About Us

Transparent Logo w tagValley Grange is a fraternal organization with a rich agricultural heritage and a focus on community service.  All are welcome–we have members from Monson to Milo! Our Grange Hall is located at the corner of Guilford Center Road and Butter Street in Guilford Maine. Our regular meeting is generally held on the third Friday of every month.

You can subscribe to this site… you’ll receive an email every time new information is posted! You won’t have to remember to check the site to see what’s going on! The easiest way to do this is to click this link right here and then enter your email address, following a few short instructions. We’re using Google’s Feedburner technology… and your email address will not be shared with anyone else. You can also “unsubscribe” at any time.

  Click button to subscribe to this site in a reader. (If you don’t know what this means and want to subscribe use the link above!)

You can also subscribe to Pomona Patter, an enewsletter covering news and events about granges in the area of Piscataquis and Penobscot Counties. Just click this link and fill out the form!

One more thing… you can share any of these posts on social media sites (like FaceBook). You’ll need to click the title of the post… that will open it in it’s own window and you’ll find buttons on the bottom allowing you to do that!

Here are some documents you may be interested in downloading and printing!

Butter-making instructions and facts–after we do this with second graders as part of the GrowME project, lots of kids tell us they’d like to try it at home. Here are some simple instructions and some fun facts about cows!

Membership Brochure and Application Download for information even if you’re not quite ready to join!

Give us a hand card We need help! You don’t have to be a member! Use this card to offer a few minutes of your time on an occasional basis… no big obligations and a lot of fun! You get to pick the sort of things you would enjoy.

Hall Rental Agreement–we do make our hall available to individuals and community groups!

Fair Judging Guidelines will be of interest to Granges who want to create a display at the Piscataquis Valley Fair. You don’t have to be from Piscataquis Valley to participate! Contact Pomona Master Bill Bemis for more information!


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  1. farminmaine

     /  May 23, 2012

    I have seen this before, but when I saw the “give us a hand card” this time, I first thought that you needed a set of hand cards to teach about wool processing. You can tell I have spun my own wool.


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