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About Us

Posted on March 1, 2009

Schley Grange Hall is located in the Schley (pronounced “sly”) Community, about 6 miles north of Hillsborough, NC. We are a chapter of the NC State Grange and National Grange organization, serving the local farm community. Our building is on Schley Road about 200 yards north of the intersection of Schley Road and NC Highway 57 North.

NEW! Schley Grange is now the largest affilliate in the State of North Carolina! Click here for a county-by-county break down of chapter sizes.

May 18, 2009

Important News

Posted on March 1, 2009

Mailing Address:

Mrs. Katherine Cheek, President

Schley Grange

4701 Brock Drive

Hurdle Mills, NC 27541

Physical Address:

3416 Schley Road, Hillsborough, NC

Please DO NOT SEND MAIL to this address. All mail must be sent to the Mailing Address shown above.

Here you can find the National Grange's Declaration of Purpose.

The Grange Mission Statement reads:

FELLOWSHIP
  • We give our members the opportunity to meet with and get to know their neighbors in a safe, family-friendly atmosphere
  • We provide a place where children, youth, and adults can grow, develop their talents and social skills, and learn leadership techniques
SERVICE
  • We provide our members with the opportunity to discover and solve community needs
  • We give assistance to individuals in crisis
  • We provide a great place for community networking
LEGISLATION
  • We have a grassroots approach to local, state and federal legislative change
  • We give our members a voice in state and federal government forums

 

Driving Directions to Schley Grange Hall

Enter your address (street, city and state) in the box below, then press the yellow Map It button. This will give you a map and driving directions from your address to Schley Grange Hall. (Use your browser's "back" button to return to this site.)

 

The Dictonary Project

The Dictionary Project is an outreach to the children of local communities, not just in Orange County, but throughout the US. Schley Grange participates on the local level, handing out hundreds of dictionaries each year to third grade students. Each child receives their very own dictionary, and for some, this may be the first and only book they own. Please browse the links shown here for more information about The Dictionary Project. NOTE: These links will take you away from the Schley Grange web site; use your browser's "back" button to return.

 

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