Plant Sales

2020 Outdoor Meetings

Yoga at the Grange 2020

Garage Sales

Capital Improvements

Spring, 2018:  New flooring and window shades.

January, 2018:  New windows!

February, 2018:   Installation of ceiling and wall acoustic panels in Pauly Hall.

Summer, 2013:  New septic drainfield and fence.

Fence Christining 2015

Car Incident (Dec 2016)

Community Meals


Burma-Shave was an American brand of brushless shaving cream, famous for its advertising gimmick of posting humorous rhyming poems on small sequential highway roadside signs. – Wikipedia

“Burma-Shave” Inspired Roadside Signs

“Rural Roads/Very Bendy/ Accidents/ Very Spendy.” This jingle is one of nineteen posted by Skyline Grange along our local roads. Our major thoroughfare, Cornelius Pass Road, carrying 14,000 vehicles a day was completely closed for improvements for 4 months in 2019. Remembering the old Burma Shave roadside signs of the last century and their humorous reminders to drive safely, Skyline Grange devised a unique community service project.

We asked the community to submit Burma-Shave type jingles addressing traffic concerns. They had to be constructive, hopefully with humor, and not too dark. We received 55 submissions. After a bit of tweaking and condensing, we chose 19 jingles. They encouraged carpooling, use of ashtrays, and mindful driving; and they discouraged speeding, tailgating, littering, and drinking. The price of signage
made professionally was too prohibitive, so Grange members studied the art of sign making, designed a sign-making process that hopefully wouldn’t look too amateurish, and within our budget. Luckily labor was cheap and committed to this project. 12 Grangers and 3 community volunteers industriously worked for 7 days to produce 93 signs. We hoped these signs brought a little humor and a gentle reminder to drivers that our roads are county roads, not freeways and we all have to drive with caution, courtesy, and care.

Barn Quilt

Community Service

Arts Fair 2019

Sewing Circle