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day6_newsletter 148th Annual Convention Issue – Day 6

  • Grange talent delights
  • National plans new cookbook
  • New Executive Committee members installed
  • 2 PA Youth chosen as 2014-15 Ambassadors
  • Washington Junior named Ambassador
  • 2015 Junior Grange program looks to future
  • Enhance youth voice with vote
  • Grangers help community after tornado
  • How to become a Youth Ambassador
  • Getting to know parliamentary procedure
  • Dogs for Deaf impress Grangers
  • Junior Ambassador had busy year
  • Consider adding ‘Innovation Leader’ qualities

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day5_newsletter 148th Annual Convention Issue – Day 5

  • Two elected to National Grange Executive Committee
  • +Junior Program takes off in Oregon
  • Director of ‘Dictionary Project’ attends Idea Fair at National Convention
  • Youth Officer Team arrives in Sandusky
  • Justi was also NJHA icon
  • Green option added for Justi tribute shirts
  • Fitch serves as National Grange Convention Legislative Intern
  • 12 memorialized at service
  • Germany-USA program a lasting legacy of Wib Justi
  • Session tours take the safari to space
  • Youth Service Project helps veterans
  • Agriculture in 2014: Agricultural Education
  • Talk about your Grange: Promote membership

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day4_newsletter 148th Annual Convention Issue – Day 4

  • Reception Honors Distinguished Granges
  • Washington Youth co-host statewide service project
  • Taking legislative advocacy home with you
  • Volunteers in the new millennium
  • T-shirt sales help support Youth
  • Trademark Protection donations announced
  • Caroline Hall visits National Grange Session
  • Talent, ideas abound at fair
  • Get to know the Youth Ambassadors
  • Exec Committee has host of duties
  • Quilt block contest a hit with members
  • Grange Advocacy yesterday and tomorrow

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day3_newsletter 148th Annual Convention Issue – Day 3

  • National Master Addresses 148th Delegate Body
  • Giving joy to children
  • Lecturer’s program that bring people through your Grange doors
  • Knowledge tested at Grange History Luncheon
  • Region diverse in agriculture products
  • The Grange Foundation: Working to build a stronger future
  • National Grange DVDs available for Lecturers program and other occasions
  • Youth welcomed to session
  • Grange Youth partners with NJHA
  • Honoring our veterans today and every day
  • The new era of ‘membership’
  • Host region kicks of safari
  • How does he do it? Master Luttrell o crafting his Master’s Address

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day2_newsletter 148th Annual Convention Issue – Day 2

  • Trademark a success in 2014
  • Delegates have a busy day in committees
  • Minnesota Granger serves as Trimble Youth
  • Legislative speaker electrifies with talk of advocacy and recap of midterm elections
  • Agriculture in 2014: Taking a closer look
  • Grangers explore Ohio before convention
  • Grange growth in Oklahoma turns heads
  • Membership database to make life easier
  • ‘Fashion Week’ comes to Kalahari
  • Meet your neighbors: Profiles of new State Delegates
  • National Grange financial appeal: How have Granges responded?
  • Next generation Grange leaders

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day1_newsletter 148th Annual Convention Issue – Day 1

  • Communication Fellows ready to tell Grange story
  • From the President’s desk
  • A warm welcome from the Midwest Region
  • Sifting through tea leaves
  • Consider your Grange Legacy
  • The Grange Herd stampedes the Kalahari
  • National Grange welcomes Program Assistant from Pennsylvania
  • J. Burton Eller Jr. named National Grange Legislative Director
  • Introducing the new National Grange Comptroller

 

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newsletter_aug2014b August 2014 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • A Midwest Safari for the whole family
  • National Grange names Legislative Affairs Director
  • NGPR Shirt Sale
  • Toy Drive update
  • Believe in yourself
  • Fellows Announcement
  • Memorial Notice – John “Jack” Silvers
  • Neopolitan Angel Food Cake

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july_newsleter July 2014 New Grange E-Newsletter 

  • California State Grange reorganized, officers installed
  • Food For thought
  • Action Alert – Waters of the United States
  • First Artifacts of ‘Justi Collection’ donated to be digitized
  • Patriots Program
  • 125 Years of Continuity and character-building cornerstones of Junior Grange
  • Grange Store Sales Items
  • New Grange Benefit
  • Is your Grange Hall busy?
  • Toy Drive
  • Grange Online Database

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jan_31_2014_newsletter_new January 31, 2014 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Legislative Update: Farm Bill reaches final agreement
  • Historic Grange hall returns to Minnesota Grange after four decades
  • Lecturer Message
  • Free program focused on healthy eating for kids well
  • Trademark Update: Counterclaim filed against firm
  • Butter sculpture at 2014 PA Farm Show draws attention to organization
  • Maryland State Grange community service project attracts attention
  • Grange Youth unveil new Facebook page – Like It!
  • Patriots Program
  • Grange Radio Update
  • Grange Herd produces first newsletter
  • Calendar
  • 2014 Quilt Block Contest

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convention_crier_day1_thumb 147th Annual Convention Issue – Day 4

  • 5 take new positions in national officer corps
  • President’s Message
  • 1 elected, 2 re-elected to Assembly
  • National Youth Ambassador shares knowledge, love of public speaking
  • Korean Vets next to be honored
  • Juniors arrive in time to celebrate 125 years of organization
  • Youth Directors positive about new branding
  • Now what? Putting policy into action
  • Washington, North Carolina youth do it again
  • Grangers entertain with various acts at Evening of Excellence
  • Volunteering part of Grange process
  • ‘Food for Thought’ program free for use by all Granges
  • Mass. State Grange commits $108K to ag ed
  • PSU Grange hosts talk about philanthropy

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convention_crier_day1_thumb 147th Annual Convention Issue – Day 3

  • 125 years of Junior Grange Celebrated
  • President’s Message
  • 18 officers up for election
  • New Grange Youth brand unveiled
  • Former Ag Commissioner speaks at breakfast
  • John Trimble Legislative Youth Participant excited to serve
  • 7 honored as Heroes of the Grange
  • Broaden outlook to find ways to grow the Grange
  • Newest member of the Herd welcomed
  • New Grange Youth items available for limited sale

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convention_crier_day1_thumb 147th Annual Convention Issue – Day 2

  • National Master reaffirms Grange’s Ag policies in speech
  • President’s Message
  • New Grange Store goods create excitement
  • Grange Youth begin busy week today
  • Junior Alumni discuss value program
  • Living the lessons of the Degrees
  • Cookbook with focus on children’s recipes used as fundraiser
  • How the first Grange was chartered in Georgia since 1885
  • The elements that make us
  • 51 Distinguished Granges named
  • National Pomona adds gold to collection
  • Delegates enjoy breakfast, tour of brewery
  • Do you KNOW the Herd?

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convention_crier_day1_thumb 147th Annual Convention Issue – Day 1

  • Host Region welcomes national delegates back after 100 years
  • President’s Message
  • Veteran’s Day event allows Grangers to show thanks
  • New Delaware, Illinois State Masters welcomed
  • 10 members trained to serve as Communication Fellows at session
  • Affordable Care Act focus of workshop
  • New online Grange radio unveiled
  • Delegates to discuss more than 160 resolutions
  • History, heritage of Junior Grange celebrated
  • How the first Grange was chartered in Georgia since 1885
  • Have you Herd?  “Critters” take over 147th session
  • Warm weather displayed, to be donated

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july12_2013_newsletter July 10, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Farm Bill May Come Up Again
  • Founder Helps Raise Funds for Youth to Participate in 1873 Degrees
  • Convention Registration Now Open!
  • Interns Take in American Experience
  • Presidents’ Message: Time to be Proud
  • Regionals Off to a Great Start
  • Membership Minute: Welcoming New Members
  • Recipe of the Month: Ribbon Salad

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e-newsletter_06132013 June 13, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Another successful Fly-In at the Grange
  • As State Sessions start, great time to remind members of Grange policy process
  • National Grange releases comment on passage of Senate Farm Bill
  • Kelley Farm tickets on sale now
  • One month left to submit Deaf Awareness Grange applications
  • Convention registration will open July 1
  • FREE CD’s available for Granges from Programs Department
  • Membership Guest Column” ‘We cannot quit seeking new members’
  • June 13 is another opportunity to showcase Grange
  • Grantham Grange, NC, first to submit ‘recipe’
  • New Grange in progress: Springdale, Ark.
  • Did you hear?
  • Recipe of the Month: Cream Cheese Brownies

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Newsletter_April25_2013 April 25, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Legislative Fly-In Scholarship Winners
  • New Items Available for Grange Store
  • Junior Grange Website
  • The Grange Advantage
  • Mica Flats Grange Outreach
  • Grange in the News
  • Grange not only for farms
  • Winners of the April 13Second Campaign
  • Recipe: Texas Orange Cake

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Newsletter_March21_2013 March 21, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Legislative Fly-In
  • Kelley Farm
  • National Grange Visa Rewards Credit Card Program
  • Ekonk Community Grange Donates Dry Erase Map
  • New Web Badges
  • Word Search

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Newsletter_March7_2013 March 7, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • New Lecturer’s Program launched, ties with Women’s History Month in first series
  • Legislative Director gives testimony on bill about Biosimilars
  • Cape Fear Grange spread the love at local Elementary School on Valentine’s Day
  • Keystone Grange #2, PA, takes part in MLK Day of Service
  • Creamy Chicken Pot Pie

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February 20, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Welcome New Grangers
  • 13 Second Campaign
  • Grange Growth in New Hampshire
  • Exciting New Member Benefit
  • Grange Banner Sale
  • Bethlehem Grange – Life Skills Class
  • Grange Book
  • Orange Tree
  • Broccoli-Cheese Soup

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January 18, 2013 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • California Granger named new Junior Director
  • Grange releases never before published book examining Grange in New England as e-book
  • National Grange frustrated with Farm Bill extension
  • Luttrell presents charter to new Riverside Grange in California
  • New recognition program announced by Youth Department
    The Question is Simple: “Has Anyone Asked You to Join the Grange Lately?”
  • Trees displayed at 146th Annual Convention find homes with vets, retirees
  • New car rental discount benefit offered for all members
  • Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

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December 19, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Connecticut State Grange Foundation establishes Sandy Hook Angels Fund
  • Membership Growth Vital in 2013, Grangers asked to take Pledge
  • State Granges to update Rosters, Grange information
  • Writing, Photo Essay Contest open to all Members for 2013; selected winner to appear in 150th Anniversary book

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December 14, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • New Grange to be paperless all of 2013
  • Today is Kick-off to new Membership Campaign
  • New President of Delaware State Grange Elected
  • Membership Highlights
  • The First Law of Grange Communications: You’re doing it even if you’re not
  • National Grange seeks interns for legislative, communications, programs and historical preservation
  • Apathy Not Allowed: New Youth Legislative Program Unveiled for 2013
  • Grange Delights: Pumpkin Cake

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146th Annual Convention Issue – Day 5

  • Grangers go on tour, give back in Boise
  • Memorial Service honors Grangers who have passed
  • Great Plains Region donates quilt for partner organization
  • Granger gets good intel to troops
  • Sharing in fraternal bond an essential part of membership
  • Policy is set, now let’s do something with it
  • Nebraska President promotes Grange through radio
  • Degree work gives Grange depth, shows high class of organization
  • Farming hard industry to break into farmer says
  • Pride in organization grows with involvement
  • G.R.O.W. Club to celebrate new, old members

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146th Annual Convention Issue – Day 4

  • Juniors perform Degree at Wednesday session
  • Deputies discuss growth, successes with summer work
  • Plant breeder featured speaker at Salute to Ag Breakfast
  • AT&T simulator imitating crash while texting on display Thursday, Friday for all convention attendees
  • Take time to listen to, inspire youth this week
  • Awards, Juniors renew spirit for Trimble youth
  • It’s Christmas at National Grange convention
  • Feeling of home never far surrounded by Grange family
  • By helping we uphold lessons, show other Grange values

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146th Annual Convention Issue – Day 3

  • Luttrell touches on many issues in address
  • Youth Ambassadors are welcomed to convention today
  • Deputies see hope, progress during summer work
  • Best of Show, Idea Fair to open soon
  • WV President proud to be a Granger
  • Membership department debuts new social media campaign
  • Community-driven growth seen, led by inquiries
  • Opening speech inspiring for Trimble Legislative Youth
  • Junior Degree, program full of meaning for children today

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146th Annual Convention Issue – Day 2

  • Host region welcomes all
  • Medicare Part D and Grange’s positive impact focus on Legislative Luncheon
  • Grange has several values worth sharing
  • Juniors welcomed, other members asked to interact with kids
  • First committee experience excellent
  • Grange trust built on common sense advocacy
  • Youth Mentors will arrive today, tomorrow
  • Lessons of Second Degree important for improving Grange

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146th Annual Convention Issue – Day 1

  • Boise welcomes, honors Grange
  • Attendees toast year’s successes
  • Medicare Part D to be focus of today’s Legislative Luncheon
  • 5 named PhRMA Communication Fellows for 146th Annual Session
  • Since 1908, the Grange has been important here
  • National Pomona ‘weights’ for title
  • Trimble Youth Clark excited to learn, debate
  • Share the vision of Grange with others
  • Lessons of Second Degree important for improving Grange

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September 27, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Effects of House’s inaction on Farm Bill will be wide-spread
  • Impressions from first Session positive, powerful
  • Pennsylvania State Grange grows to 246 active chapters
  • Grange Store excited to unveil new product at convention
  • 28-year-old becomes youngest Kansas State President
  • Neb. delegates elect retired professor as new State President
  • Studies show rural residents are twice as likely to get Alzheimer’s, more often obese than city counterparts
  • Politicians could learn much from Grange charges

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September 20, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Grangers take part in Farm Bill Now rally
  • New intern has rich Grange heritage
  • ‘Armed to Farm’ gives vets tools to succeed
  • Grange YouTube Commercial Contest announced
  • Frederick has new, only Junior Grange in Maryland
  • Grange reorganized on remote Washington island
  • What’s in a name?

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September 11, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Casino developers lose gamble with name
  • Deaf awareness grant winners named
  • New Grange organized in Minn. named for founder
  • Social media can test values, boundaries
  • Members ready for rally on Hill
  • 30 Granges deemed ‘Distinguished’ in 2012
  • Grange Social

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September 4, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Grange to fight huge infringement case
  • ‘Thank you’ to farmers, workers on Labor Day
  • TeamSpeak on focus on meeting ‘truths’
  • Legislative Policy Book a great resource for sessions
  • Grange Foundation OK’s 2 new funds
  • Grange Social

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August 29, 2012 New Grange E-Newsletter

  • Wildfire rips through Grange community
  • Grange to rally with new Farm Bill coalition
  • Grange Store features 3 new items
  • National Grange releases 2 e-books
  • Recipe of the Week
  • Grange Social

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