Who should join?
Any family consisting of a one or more adults and their children, grandchildren, or great-grandchildren between the ages of 14 and 23 who live in the same household or are absent due to illness, education or military service.
Foster, adopted, stepchildren, and other legal dependents are considered part of a legal guardians’ family.
The Grange was one of the first major national organizations, other than churches, to seek membership and involvement of everyone in the family. Grange members have an equal voice and an equal vote at meetings regardless of their age, gender, or position within the organization.
Children ages five through fourteen are eligible to belong to a Junior Grange.
The National Grange offers a long list of membership benefits.
How to Join?
- Print the membership brochure.
- Fill out the application and add a page with the names and birth dates of family members under the age of 23.
- If you don’t know the closest Grange to you, click Find a Grange, click the county you live in, and check the addresses of the Granges.
- Give the application, initiation fee ($10), and dues through the end of the current calendar year to a Grange member or mail it to the Grange’s mailing address.
Most Granges do not receive mail at their hall. On the Find a Grange page, note the Grange’s Mailing address.
If you aren’t sure which Grange is closest to you, you can mail the application and check to the Oregon State Grange and your application will be sent for you.
Oregon State Grange
643 Union St, NE
Salem, OR 97301
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