Youth &

Young Adults



What is the Grange?

Camp for kids – Friendships – Networking – Retreats for Young Adults
Legislative – Community Service – Contests/crafts
Events State-wide & Nation-wide – All ages, ethnicities, backgrounds
FUN for the WHOLE FAMILY!

Community GrangeS

GET IN TOUCH

9:30 AM | 2020 Saturdays
June 6- CANCELLED

September 12- Pioneer Grange

December 12- Kutztown Grange


An organization for everyone.

COUNTY MEETINGS

Everyone Is Welcome

Berks County Pomona Grange

Juniors

Cancelled County Grange Events
*All Community Grange Open Houses- some are postponed, see below

*May 15-17 Berks County Junior Camp- Postponed TBD

*May 18 Pre-Quarterly Meeting
*May 31- Pomona Go-To-Church Sunday

*June 6 County Pomona Meeting

*June Knoebels Day with the Juniors

*June 26-28 State Youth Camp

*June 28-July 4 State Junior Camp

​*July 16-19 State Grange Family Festival


Upcoming County Grange Events

*June 1 Pioneer Grange Ham & Cheese/Turkey & Cheese Sandwich Sale, $3.50. Order deadline is May 24. Pickup at the Grange Hall from 3-5 p.m. Call Tammy to order, 610-463-7213
*July 10 ECHO deadline
*July 11 County Swim Party (TBD)
*July 27 Collate ECHO, Ontelaunee Grange, 3:15 p.m. (Pioneer Grange assists)
*August 3 Pioneer Grange Italian Hoagie Sale, $5. Order deadline is July 26. Pickup at the Grange hall from 3-5 p.m. Call Tammy to order, 610-463-7213

*Sep. 16 Virginville Grange Open House/Community Night, 7:30 pm (date is tentative) 

*Sep. 30 Hamburg Grange Open House, 7 p.m., Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Shoemakersville, PA


If you have anything to share on the website, email Jen Beamon at jennifermarie707@gmail.com.



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