About

The North Bend Sallal Grange is a small community grange which is part of the Washington State Grange system. We celebrate our rural community, friendship, our love of food, and great music.

Meetings

Our grange holds member meetings twice a month, on the first and third Mondays.

  • 1st Monday at 7pm – Business Meeting
  • 2nd Monday at 7pm – Lecture/Committee Meeting with a Potluck at 6pm

Location

We are located in North Bend, Washington at the base of Mount Si, just off North Bend Way.

12912 432nd Ave SE
North Bend, WA 98045
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Officers

See the Officers Page for a listing of our current officers.

History

The Sallal Grange was originally chartered on September 4th, 1930, where it represented the towns of North Bend, Meadowbrook, and Snoqualmie. The grange was an upstanding community supported resource, but changing times and declining membership took its toll, and on December 31st, 2007 the grange relinquished its charter. Starting January 2010 the grange has been revitalized and is once again building community in the Snoqualmie Valley.