Moran Prairie Grange #161
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6030 S Palouse Hwy 
Spokane, WA 99223
Moran Prairie Grange #161 ® 6030 S Palouse Hwy, Spokane, WA 99223

What is the Grange?
The Grange, also known as Patrons of Husbandry, is the world's only farm-based fraternal organization. Established in Washington, D.C., in 1867, as the lifelong dream of pioneer Minnesota farmer, Oliver Hudson Kelley. The National Grange consists of 3,600 community Granges in 37 states with more than 300,000 members. Washington State's first Grange was organized in 1873, near Walla Walla. Washington enjoys the distinction of having more Grangers than any other state - currently around 50,000 members. 
You do not need to have a farm affiliation in order to be involved in your Grange. Over the past 13 decades, the Grange has enjoyed numerous accomplishments. Throughout it's history the organization has stood for the American farmer and his rural neighbors. You only need to have an interest in bettering your local community through community involvement. 

About the Grange
What is the Grange's Role? 
The Grange is an organization in which men, women and young people assemble for fellowship, discussion and formulation of policies on current issues. 
The Grange serves as a vehicle for promoting positive 
Grange founder Oliver H. Kelley