The Kinton Grange

welcomes you to
Dances, Performance Opportunities, & Community Involvement

The Kinton Grange Turkey Dinner,
held annually for 61 years
-- thanks to 60 years of leadership by the Nylander and Flint Families --
will unfortuately not be held in 2015.

This building is the home
of the Kinton Grange and where we, the members, meet monthly.
It is also used by the 4-H and Scout groups we sponsor.
Wheelchair accessible -- Southwest of Beaverton Oregon -- See maps below.

Please join us for potluck dinner, business meeting and informational program
Second Tuesdays   6 - 9 PM

Everyone's Welcome
Find out about the benefits of membership!
Members' use of the building & Grass Roots opportunities to shape the future of our community and our planet
We rent the building to various
groups and clubs who come here regularly to
dance, hold meetings, have fun, and put on bazaars.
And also to
Individuals and Families who wish to use the hall for special occasions.

Kinton Grange, as a non-profit organization, is expected to “give back” to the commmunity.
We do not have any religious affiliation.

We are happy to support children through college scholarships,
Monthly on-going support of several youth groups, and
An annual Easter Egg Hunt & Farm Animal Petting Zoo
for the ARC (developmentally delayed children).

We also provide Christmas Caroling for shut-ins,
Christmas Food Baskets for less fortunate folks in our community,
and Emergency assistance for fire or flood victims in our community.

We sponsor educational programs and invite people to come together to discuss community issues.

Some Useful links....
Special Events
Youth Activities
What IS a Grange?
History & Photo Collections
Carl & Dorothy Allen Memorial Lift Project
Rent our Hall
Use of the Kinton Grange Hall
External Links:   
Oregon State Grange
National Grange

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Updated October 11, 2015    Webmistress: Susan Peter
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