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SAN JUAN ISLAND GRANGE OPPOSES TRANS PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP

At our May membership meeting, San Juan Island Grange #966 formally adopted a resolution against the Trans Pacific Partnership. Our Grange calls for the rejection of TPP and other “Fast Track” agreements as undemocratic and therefore against the values of … Continue reading

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SAN JUAN ISLAND GRANGE OPPOSES MARIJUANA MORATORIUM

At its January 7th, 2015 business meeting San Juan Island Grange #966 resolved to oppose the Proposed Moratorium on Marijuana Production. Even though the San Juan County Council has withdrawn the proposal, San Juan Island Grange #966 would like to … Continue reading

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BRANDING FRIDAY HARBOR

How do we want to be seen by the rest of the world? Who do we want to attract to our town and our island? How can we present ourselves in ways that encourage us to be the best we … Continue reading

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NINA LE BARON WINS BIG AT STATE GRANGE CONVENTION

Nina LeBaron wins two Best in Class ribbons for her felt work at the Washington State Grange Convention. Congratulations, Nina! In other news, our resolution for the State Grange to support a moratorium on coal and oil terminals went down … Continue reading

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WASHINGTON STATE GRANGE CONVENTION JUNE 25 2014

State Grange Master Duane Hamp opened this day of the convention with his external speech, meant for sharing with the public. So here it is brief: Solve transportation issues in ways that favor rural market roads over urban projects and … Continue reading

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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

While attending the Washington State Grange Convention last week, I was repeatedly struck with the feeling that this is what our founders had in mind. We as Grangers came together as a form of “People’s Congress” to create policy for … Continue reading

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