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JUNIOR GRANGE PROGRAMS

Current programs and contests include the following (complete rules are published annually each November in the Washington State Grange Program Handbook):
Creative Art
Creative Writing,
Scrap Book Page
Foot Craft Project
Public Speaking
Sign-a-Song
Manually Sign the Alphabet
Share a talent or skill are
Regional Contests which lead
to participation at National
Convention in Oklahoma in
November 2011.
New program after October is
Puzzle Piece.
Codi Titus

NOTE FROM THE JUNIOR GRANGE DIRECTOR, CODI TITUS

 

 

We have available to FIRST TIME CAMPERS the Richard Kimball Memorial campship. It's for juniors that might not be able to experience camp without help.

 

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Many Subordinate Granges sponsor a Junior Grange. Children ages 5 through 14 are eligible to belong to the Junior Grange whether or not they come from a Grange family.

Junior members conduct their own meetings, have their own ritualistic work and through this experience they learn leadership, initiative and good citizenship skills.

The Washington State Grange annually sponsors several summer camping sessions for junior Grangers and other interested children and youth.

Junior Grange programs are under the direction of State Junior Program Director Codi Titus.