WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Monday, June 30, the National Grange released its newest e-book, “For the Common Good: Some Achievements of Subordinate Granges in the National Grange Community Service Contest,” as a Kindle download available through Amazon’s Kindle Store.
“The Grange was built around improving and bettering one’s community, “ National Grange President Ed Luttrell said upon the release of For the Common Good. “The community service projects that many of our past Granges accomplished should give our current members a great sense of pride and motivate them to do more for the places they call home.”
The National Grange has signed a 90-day exclusivity deal for ““For the Common Good: Some Achievements of Subordinate Granges in the National Grange Community Service Contest” with Amazon and the Amazon Kindle Store. The e-book will be added to the Barnes and Noble Nook Store after the exclusivity deal expires.
This is the fourteenth e-book the National Grange has released. Previous releases include “Mentor in the Grange,” “Semi-Centennial History of the Patrons of Husbandry,” “Origin and Progress of the Order of the Patrons of Husbandry in the United States,” “Agriculture and Progress: The Farmers Great Awakening,” “The Granger Movement in New England,” “Friend of the Farmer,” “Legal and Economic Influence of the Grange,” “Notes and Quotes,” “Proud Heritage,” “First Century of Service,” “People, Pride and Progress,” “The Early Granges of New York State: The First 10 Years” and the “2014 National Grange Digest of Laws.”
“These books tell a very interesting history of the American people, spirit and culture,” Luttrell said.
“For the Common Good: Some Achievements of Subordinate Granges in the National Grange Community Service Contest” is available as an e-book for $0.99. BUY IT NOW.
Established in 1867, The National Grange, a nonpartisan, nonprofit fraternal organization, is the oldest agricultural and rural community service organization. With more than 2,100 local chapters, the Grange has evolved into the nation’s leading rural advocacy organization and a major benefactor to local communities. There are more than 160,000 members across the United States.