Dec 09

Sallal Grange Holiday Party – THIS WEEKEND

The Sallal Grange is hosting a Holiday Party for members and friends. For details and to RSVP email info@sallalgrange.org
·      Santa will be at the Grange for a short time… Don’t miss out! Bring your Cell phones and take a “Selfie with Santa.”
Potluck Dinner:
·      Visualize long tables filled with homemade food, intoxicating holiday aromas: Turkey, Ham, Prime Rib, Potatoes, etc.…. Bring your holiday side or dessert favorite! Got a new recipe you want to try before springing it on the in-laws? Got an old standby that everyone loves? We’d love to experience it. Nothing you want to make? Come anyway, there’s always plenty.
·      BYOB… Bring your favorite beverage to enjoy and share with others.  Coffee and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
White Elephant Gift Exchange– Laughter is required!
·      Wrap up your special gift and play the wonky fun gift exchange. Laughter is required!
·      “Ho-Ho-Ho,” contest.  Give us your best Santa imitation and possibly win a prize.
·      Holiday songs and more! Prizes will be awarded throughout the evening
Wrap up.
·      Cookie Exchange. If you bring a dozen… take a dozen; if you bring three, take three.  Connect with Leah at fld@sallalgrange.org,  if you have any questions.
·      50/50 raffle – Half the money raised goes to the winner, half to a local charity.
Clean up…
·      Stay and help Clean Up… Prizes given away during clean up!
This is a family friendly event! Children are encouraged to attend and are welcome.

If you are willing to help or would like to participate…. please contact info@sallalgrange.org

Mar 05

Register for the Dairy Drive

The Grange is collecting Dairy (but not milk or eggs) for the local food bank. The food bank appreciates it, and the people we ask to donate appreciate the opportunity to give to the food bank. If you (or someone you know) can spare an hour or two to hang out at QFC, please email leah (at) aichele (dot) org. We need people every month. This is a great chance to let people know that our Grange is active in the community, as well as being a pillar of the arts in the Valley.