The Sherburne Grange meets on the First Saturday of each month. Our meetings begin at 2pm. We are currently meeting at the old “Baker’s Boutique” building at 25 S. Main St. Sherburne.
Today’s Grange: An Opportunity To Serve
Providing leadership for local community service projects is what the Grange does best. Examples of some projects include organizing a softball league, providing hearing testing, building a community center, sponsoring a community fair, staffing an after school child care program, conducting a candidates’ debate and organizing voter registration drives. These are just a few examples of Grange leadership and commitment.
Because the Grange believes in leadership development, it reaches out t all people in an effort to respond to real needs. It builds a better community by providing the services that people need to live better lives. By working together, the Grange is able to provide assistance when the government can’t and individuals alone aren’t strong enough. By working together the Grange builds communities and people.
Make A Difference
The Grange provides each member with a legislative voice on the local level, state level, and national level. Members are part of a grassroots constituency enabling them to effectively express their views and influence legislative policy at the highest levels of government. The Grange is nonpartisan but is vigorously encourages member participation in the political process.
A Place To Have Fun!
The fellowship, recreation and social activities in the Grange are developed with the family in mind. Children and senior citizens alike are very welcome in the Grange. Competitions in Music, art, public speaking, crafts and a whole variety of other activities are an important part of every Granges agenda.