This Election issue of the Bulletin will be printed March 12 and mailed the following day.
The February-March issue of the Bulletin will be late due a computer hack. This version is before proofing corrections so you’ll find some typos, capitalization issues, run-on sentences, etc., but the content is timely.
Beginning July 1, 2014, the Bulletin will be published bi-monthly. The deadline for articles will change from the 20th of the preceding month to the 10th of the previous month.
|Issue||Publication Date||Article Deadline||Focus of Issue|
|February-March||February 1||January 10||Color issue – center section – pictures and articles that showcase a wide variety of Grange activities
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|April-May||April 1||March 10||State Session info; host district Granges|
|June-July||June 1||May 10||Convention schedule; election results even years|
|August-September||August 1||July 10||Color issue: convention highlights and adopted resolutions|
|October-November||October 1||September 10||Grange participation in fairs and holiday celebrations|
|December-January||December 1||November 10||National Grange recap
OSG Grants awarded, updates on previous year’s grant recipients
|Special State Officer Election Issue||Officer Statements for Election|
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- Special Election Edition