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Fundraiser at Mt. Vernon Grange

Mt. Vernon Grange No. 453 will host the second phase of its two-fold fundraising event for the year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 15 for its Grange and Service Organization Awareness Day.

The general public is invited and encouraged to attend this family oriented fun event, when two lucky local charities or service organizations will be the recipients of $500 each, chosen at random from those groups attending the Awareness Day fundraiser. Fourteen charities and service organizations from Nevada, Placer and Sacramento counties will have booths displaying their services.

Each group will be showcasing its activities and services and what the Grange is all about. Organizations include the American Red Cross, Scooter’s Pals, Knights of Columbus, Auburn Senior Center, Salvation Army, Seniors First, Sutter Auburn Faith Visiting Nurse Association, Hospice & Lifeline, Auburn Area Christmas Basket Program, Placer Independent Resource Services Inc., Disabled American Veterans, Gatekeepers, Horses for Healing, What Would Jesus Do, and St. Vincent de Paul.



Charity Awareness Day event. Giving back to our local community is one of the missions of the Grange.

Free hot dogs and hamburgers, music and dancing, Karaoke, will be provided. No admittance fee. Free parking on site.




The Mt. Vernon Grange No. 453 is located at 3185 Bell Road in Auburn.

For information regarding this event, call Barry Connick at 530-268-3176 or contact him via email at barry.connick@att.net or go on line to http://MtVernonGrange.org.


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