Rochester Grange #257

205 Hartley Road 

Rochester, MA  02770

         

ROCHESTER GRANGE HISTORY

In the fall of 1905 Mr. Allen made rounds of the homes in Rochester with the hope of interesting people in founding a local Grange.  He was successful.  On February 12th, 1906, the 1st meeting of Rochester Grange was held in the North Rochester Social Union Hall on Snipatuit Road in North Rochester.  The hall was small, lit by oil lamps, with a kitchen and dining hall on the second floor and no running water.  To read the full story of the Rochester Grange, visit our Grange History page.

 

Do you have questions about the Grange or this page?  Contact Sue LaFleur, Secretary. Page last updated 6/29/2010.

 

Agricultural Fair Page

 

 

OFFICERS & EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

For a list of officers, members of the Executive Committee, and contact phone numbers, visit our Members Page.

COMMITTEES

Grange Committee work is at the heart of the organization.  For more information on the Community and Family Services Committee, the Junior Grange, or the Agriculture and Environment Committee, visit our Committees Page.

LINKS

For more information on the Grange and the Town of Rochester, check out these sites: