Perry Valley Grange is a local community Grange located just outside Millerstown, Perry County, about 30 miles northwest of Pennsylvania's capital city Harrisburg. This Grange was organized in 1919 primarily as a secret fraternal organization for farmers but has evolved over more than 90 years of continuous service into a group of people from all walks of life dedicated to improving the lives of all rural and small town residents. As such, Perry Valley Grange has community service as its top priority. The Grange Hall, a large modern facility built in 1988, is home to many Grange and community events.
Today, all regular meetings and activities are open to the public and the majority of regular business is handled by a 10-person Board of Directors elected by the membership. Monthly meetings alternate among: fellowship dinners with educational programs, special events/outings and more traditional meetings with a dessert reception fellowship, business and program.
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A good Grange member:
• Places faith in God,
• Looks forward to the future,
• Helps those in need, and
• Is loyal to family, community and nation.
The Vision of Perry Valley Grange
Foster an atmosphere where individuals can grow spiritually,
intellectually and socially and, through that growth,
themselves, their families, communities and the nation.
The Grange Motto
In Essentials, Unity;
In Non-Essentials, Liberty;
In all Things, Charity.
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Perry Valley Grange Hall: Built in 1988
Stage Entrance - east end of building
Pavilion - equipped with picnic tables for outdoor activities
Main Hall (dining room) - seating for up to 200 at tables for a meal function
Conference Room - holds up to 50 persons for a meeting or small meal function