Perry County Grange  

Meeting Location:

Millerstown Community Park Building
110 West Juniata Parkway
Millerstown, PA 17062

 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Perry Valley Grange most recently prepared the food for a benefit Valentine's Gala Dinner sponsored by the Perry County Historical Society to provide funds for the continued maintenance of the historic Cochran-Anspach House in Millerstown. When this property was bequeathed to the Society some years ago, the Grange sponsored a Christmas homes' tour in the area that raised the money to restore one of the rooms in the house.

 

 

Grange Partnered with Greenwood High School FFA to Make Fleece Blankets
during Wildcat Service Day in January 2024, postponed from December due to snow

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The 2024 New Year's Pork & Sauerkraut Dinner was another big success. Close to 150 take-out meals were served and a profit of about $1,500 was realized. These funds will be used to meet the Grange's $3,000 commitment to a benefit for the Millerstown Community Park later in the year.

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Perry Valley Grange members and friends enjoyed its annual holiday potluck dinner and evening
of fellowship together in December 2023.

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PA State Grange 150th Anniversary Cookbook

Latest cookbook published by the Pennsylvania State Grange in celebration of
150 years of service. It's filled with hundreds of recipes from
Grange members across the state.

2021 cookbook

Cost $25 + $5 (shipping/handling)

 

Please make check payable to: Perry Valley Grange #1804

Mail orders to: Douglas Bonsall, PO Box 765, Dauphin, PA  17018-0765

 


 

Perry Valley Grange Officers for 2023-2024

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Present at a county-wide installation of officers in October 2022 were the leaders of Perry Valley Grange for 2023-2024. (left to right) seated: Vice President - Linda Byers, Pomona - Cathy Morrison, Lady Assistant Steward - Nancy Walker and Steward - Bill Cameron; standing: Flora - Debbie Morrison, Secretary - Peg Bolton, Treasurer - Doug Bonsall, Assistant Steward - Ken Bolton and President - Renee Hetrick. Absent were: Program Director - Krista Pontius and Chaplain - Dan Barkley.

 

 

Lots of apples passed through the hands of the Grange ievery October. Left - 150 homemade apple dumplings were made and donated to the Perry County "Farm to Fork" Dinner held at the county fairgrounds to benefit the FFA Alumni Association. Right - Grange volunteers helped to cut bushels of apples at St. John (Barner's) Lutheran Church for the annual charity benefit apple butter boil.

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