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Community Newsletter May 2024

Community Newsletter May 2024

Posted by Grange Co-op on 2nd May 2024



Grange Co-op was excited to attend and represent at Crater FFA's biggest annual fundraiser. Grange Co-op was proud to reserve a table and donate a wheelbarrow and potting soil to the live auction.

Organizers of the event were happy with the outcome and excited to raise approximately $31,000 that evening. Great job Crater FFA!





Grange Co-op participated in the annual Pear Blossom parade on Saturday, April 13th. Employees distributed candy to parade goers and customers lit up when they saw the flowers and feed that decorated the float. Many remembered they needed to get in to Grange Co-op to get ready for spring planting!







FoxFarm Soil and Fertilizer delegates were represented at our White City Grange Co-op location April 7th! They were available to answer questions, help with product expertise and more. They were a wealth of knowledge and look forward to their next visit to help customers with their soil and fertilizer questions and to learn more about what customers need.




At all seven retail locations Grange Co-op employees handed out about a thousand seedlings in honor of Arbor Day. This is a tradition that our community looks forward to and customers are very appreciative.






Grange Co-op's annual Planting Day was held at all seven retail locations on April 13th. Customers had the chance to purchase flowers and pots, if they decided, or they could bring their own pots in and have them planted by our G&B reps, FFA students, and Grange Co-op employees. FFA students were a tremendous help and lots of fun! Both White City and Yuba City stores hosted live radio remotes to promote Planting Day at their stores. Customers were excited to see local radio celebrities in their store and community to make Planting Day a success!


We are proud to be recognized in Klamath County for the Herald and News' Best of awards. Grange Co-op was recognized as a winner in Best Pet Supply Store, winner in Best Farm/Feed store, and runner up in Best Garden Center. We are committed to providing our customers with excellent products and services and are honored to be recognized by our community. Thank you for your support!





A few of our Grange Co-op team members recently paid a visit to Grants Pass' Southern District OHSET, Oregon High School Equestrian Team, to check in on their activities. The organization's mission is dedicated to promoting and organizing equestrian competition in high school athletics. It's main goal is to provide recognition to equestrian athletes in a fair, positive, and educational format. It encourages team play, peer acceptance, good horsemanship, and leadership for all students in grades nine through twelve. It helps students develop lifetime skills, teamwork, and self-discipline.

OHSET is a winter/spring sport with three main competitions, two of which the athlete must compete in to qualify for the state championship competition. Those qualified in their district are eligible to compete in a state championship meet against all district winners.

It was great to check in with these equestrian athletes and understand what they are learning and doing in the agriculture community.