2017 Grange Day at the Legislature

On Tuesday April 18 join Grangers and friends from around the state for Grange Day at the Legislature.  From 10 am-2 pm you’ll have an opportunity to represent the Grange, meet your state legislators, learn about the law-making process, see the capitol building, connect with other Grange members, introduce non-Grange friends to our legislative work, and more more!  To order a box lunch, contact State Legislative Director, Mark Noah by email or call 541-953-4155 no later than April 14.

Legislative Fly-In


The National Grange Building at 1616 H St NW will be headquarters for meetings, briefing, networking and social time.

Sunday, April 23

  • Arrival
  • Issue briefings at the National Grange (late afternoon-early evening)
Monday, April 24
  • Briefings at the Grange
  • Agency visits
  • Congressional Capital Hill appointments (afternoon)
Tuesday, April 25
  • Congressional Capitol Hill appointments
  • Late day/evening departures
Wednesday, April 26
  • Return home

See the National Grange website and Facebook page for more information.


Grange members are educated on the importance of civic engagement and advocacy and empowered to serve their state and communities in a variety of ways.

  • Community Granges are a place where members can discuss ballot measures and local state, and national issues.
  • Current issues of interest include rural high-speed internet, water rights, public safety, school funding and more.
  • Any member can propose a resolution that addresses local, state, or federal concerns.
  • Grange Day at the Capitol brings members to Salem to experience our legislature in action.


  • Host a candidates’ forum: The Grange is non-partisan, which means that Subordinate/Community, Pomona, State, and National Granges do not support or oppose a candidate or party. However, your Grange can invite all candidates for an office to speak at an event. Invite your members, friends, relatives, and neighbors to attend and learn.
  • Organize an issue forum
  • Research and distribute information
  • Involve all Grangers
  • Publicize your Grange’s position on an issue
  • Recruit new members

Grange Policy

Legislative Committee

Mark Noah
1407 Modoc St
Springfield, OR 97477
District 1
District 2
Christine Chute
PO Box 911
Dallas, OR 97339
District 3
Orrin Schnetzky
11860 SW 91st Ave
Tigard, OR 97223
District 4
Don Kingsborough
PO Box 148
West Linn, OR 97068
District 5
Dean High
PO Box 62
Midland, OR 97634
District 6

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