KUNA — April 2017 has been declared Grange Month and the Kuna Grange is inviting the community members to learn more about its purpose, its programs and activities while helping them recognize the Kuna Police and Fire Departments, a Kuna School Teacher, and Community Citizen of the Year.

A Granger of the Year will also be recognized for their contribution to our community this past year, according to a Kuna Grange press release.

An open house and award ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. on April 21 at Kuna Grange. All members of the community are invited. Refreshments will be served.

For 150 years, the Grange has worked to advance the interest of rural Americans by providing a legislative voice for their political concerns and by showing them how to strengthen their neighborhoods through community service, the press release stated. During Grange Month, the Kuna Grange wants our community to know that the Grange is a living organization that has a lot to offer it.

In addition, the grange gives its members the opportunity to serve their neighborhoods through community service projects that make a difference in the lives of community members, the press release stated.

To find out more about the open house and award ceremony, please contact Don or Mary Johnson at 888-3070 or e-mail at dwmhjohnson@msn.com.

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