Butternut Valley Grange

Butternut Valley Grange New York State Grange Vision: Responding to the needs and issues of local areas. Butternut Valley Grange has achieved nationwide recognition as a growing, exemplary and forward-thinking Grange.
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The changes we instituted here in Gilbertsville are now being copied in Granges around the country. We are proud of Butternut Valley Grange, and we invite anyone to attend our meetings and see what we are all about. We meet upstairs in the Grange Hall at 7:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. OFFICERS:

-Master (President), Roger Halbert
-Oversee (Vice President), Robert Evans
-Steward, Douglas Dutcher
-Assistant and Lady Assistant Steward, Norman and Anna Ritchey
-Chaplain, Nelson Park
-Treasurer, Suzanne Winter
-Recording Secretary, Roberta Halbert
-Corresponding Secretary, Helen Halbert
-Gatekeeper, Marlene Brooks
-Ceres, Linda Park
-Pomona, Barbara Hill
-Flora, Jean Smith
-Executive Committee Board, Barton Snedaker; Cathy Galley, and Clinton Hall
-Flag Bearer, Richard Ballard
-Musician, Marie Broadbent. Election of officers will be held at the June 8, 2015 meeting with preliminary balloting starting at the April 13 meeting.

Chicken BBQ on Thursday, May 13th in Sidney
04/14/2021

Chicken BBQ on Thursday, May 13th in Sidney

Chicken BBQ on Thursday, May 13th in Sidney

Mother's Day Chicken BBQ on May 9th in Unadilla.
04/14/2021

Mother's Day Chicken BBQ on May 9th in Unadilla.

Mother's Day Chicken BBQ on May 9th in Unadilla.

Roast Pork DinnerWed. April 28Take out only 5 pm to 7 pmButternut Valley Grange Hall7 Bloom Street, Gilbertsville(Downst...
04/13/2021

Roast Pork Dinner
Wed. April 28
Take out only 5 pm to 7 pm

Butternut Valley Grange Hall
7 Bloom Street, Gilbertsville
(Downstairs - Use side entrance)

Social distance and mask required for pick-up

Menu
-Roast Pork, Stuffing
-Mashed Potatoes
-Gravy
-Mixed Vegetables
-Applesauce
-Roll
-Dessert: Apple or Blueberry Pie

$14.00 per meal

Pre-orders preferred by April 26th
Call Bob Evans 336-4831
Delivery Available Village of Gilbertsville

Walk-ins welcome

Benefit Community Service Projects by Butternut Valley Grange

Roast Pork Dinner
Wed. April 28
Take out only 5 pm to 7 pm

Butternut Valley Grange Hall
7 Bloom Street, Gilbertsville
(Downstairs - Use side entrance)

Social distance and mask required for pick-up

Menu
-Roast Pork, Stuffing
-Mashed Potatoes
-Gravy
-Mixed Vegetables
-Applesauce
-Roll
-Dessert: Apple or Blueberry Pie

$14.00 per meal

Pre-orders preferred by April 26th
Call Bob Evans 336-4831
Delivery Available Village of Gilbertsville

Walk-ins welcome

Benefit Community Service Projects by Butternut Valley Grange

Butternut Valley Grange Pie Sale. Pre-order by Friday, November 20th to Roberta Halbert @783-2445 or Anna Ritchey @563-1...
11/16/2020

Butternut Valley Grange Pie Sale. Pre-order by Friday, November 20th to Roberta Halbert @783-2445 or Anna Ritchey @563-1104

Pies:
-6" Apple or Pumpkin $5.00
-6" Pecan or Mincemeat $7.00
-9" Apple or Pumpkin $14.00
-9" Pecan or Mincemeat $15.00.

Pick up Tuesday, November 24th: 10am-12pm or 5-6pm at The Grange Hall, 7 Bloom Street.

At a recent Butternut Valley Grange meeting, Nate Lull and partner Mike Packard shared their experience of the 120 mile ...
09/11/2019

At a recent Butternut Valley Grange meeting, Nate Lull and partner Mike Packard shared their experience of the 120 mile AuSable River Canoe Marathon from Grayling to Oscoda, Michigan. The race began at 9pm and continued through the night into the next day.

Nate and Mike often practiced on the Butternut Creek which is similar to the river they raced. The 120 miles took Nate, Mike, and 95 other canoes through the Huron National Forest. This was Nate's first time canoeing at night. Mike loves to do this race and it was his 12th time. Their canoe weighed 35 pounds, equipped with a light and even a GPS.

The Butternut Valley Grange was a sponsor, and our name was displayed on the side of the canoe along with other sponsors.

06/04/2019

Grange will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, June 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grange Hall. 7 Bloom Street. Election of officers for the next two years will be the leading agenda item for the business meeting.

On Wednesday, February 26, the Butternut Valley Grange presented dictionaries to students as part of a community service...
03/08/2019

On Wednesday, February 26, the Butternut Valley Grange presented dictionaries to students as part of a community service project. A total of 27 dictionaries were presented to students of Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. McMullen during the morning awards assembly for grades 3 to 6. Grangers in picture Jean Smith, Roberta Halbert and Roger Halbert.

2017 Otsego County Fair
08/10/2017

2017 Otsego County Fair

10/12/2016

The Butternut Valley Grange Holiday Raffle Fundraiser! - Get your tickets from a grange member. Tickets are $1 each of $5 for six tickets.

GRAND PRIZE - 2 tickets for the Hershey Holiday Bus Tour on December 8th (see the event details on the Butternut Valley Grange page).

2nd PLACE - $50 gift certificate to the The Empire House.

The Drawing will be held December 1st.

Proceeds to benefit Butternut Valley Grange Community Service Projects.

04/05/2016

Community Service Committee will be sponsoring two defensive driving courses with AARP instructor. Classes will be held on May 3 & 4 and again on May 17 & 18. All classes are held from 6 to 9 p.m. and participants must attend both nights in either session to receive reduction in one’s insurance or to reduce points on one’s driving license. The cost is $20 for AARP members and all others $25. Reserve a seat for either session by calling Roger Halbert 783-2691.

12/29/2015

The hat and mitten tree, dressed with new mittens and hats for anyone that wishes to treat themselves, is located in Value Way grocery store (previously in the Post Office). Select mittens/gloves or hat with warm thoughts from the local Grange.

11/28/2015

The Grange is again sponsoring the Light Up the Town decorating contest to include homes and places of business in the Town of Butternuts. For locations that might not be readily known, please call 783-2691 to register for consideration. Places will be judged based on curbside appeal only and will not include interior decorations. Two categories will be considered: the front entrance of a building or the entire front façade/lawn space of a property. Judging will take place the week of December 14 during evening hours.

07/08/2015

At the monthly meeting in June, the officers of the Butternut Valley Grange, Gilbertsville, were elected for 2015-2017 term: Master (President), Roger Halbert; Overseer (Vice President), Douglas Dutcher; Lecturer, Barton Snedaker; Steward, Nate Lull; Assistant Steward, Norman Ritchey; Lady Assistant Steward, Anna Ritchey; Chaplain, Rose Foster; Treasurer, Robert Evans; Recording Secretary, Roberta Halbert; Corresponding Secretary, Helen Halbert; Gatekeeper, Marlene Brooks; Ceres, Linda Park; Pomona, Barbara Hill; Flora, Jean Smith, Executive Committee, three year term, Keith Klingman (serving with Cathy Galley and Clinton Hall); Flag Bearer, Richard Ballard; and Musician, Marie Broadbent. The newly elected officers will be installed at the next meeting to be held on Monday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m.

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7 Bloom St
Gilbertsville, NY
13776

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Thank you to everyone who came to the Grange last evening for our roast pork dinner. Your response was overwhelming!! We appreciate your support, especially during these trying times. We look forward to seeing you at the Grange again!
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Thank you Butternut Valley Grange for breakfast with 🎅Santa, love Addison
Wishing You Warmth.Project *****Nov. 17th 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Butternut Valley Grange in Gilbertsville. Available will be FREE gently used coats, scarves, mittens and gloves. These items are available to anyone. Please come and look around. In addition, any persons who have these items in good, clean condition to donate, please drop them off at the Grange Hall anytime on Thursday or Friday Nov. 15 and 16 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Drop off items can be left in the Grange Hall dining room, basement, by using left side entrance. I would be happy to make arrangements with anyone for pickup and I will take them to the Grange Hall. PM me for arrangements or see me in person. Thanks in advance. Children items especially needed. Dawn Gage
Butternut Valley Grange sponsoring Breakfast with Santa on Sat. Dec. 9, 2017 from 9 to 11 am at Grange Hall 7 Bloom Street, Gilbertsville. Reservations required for children to receive gift from Santa ages 10 and under. Call 783-2104 or 783-2493 by December 5. Complimentary breakfast for all residing in Township or school district.
We had a great time at the Butternut Valley picnic last night - good food and Grange hospitality. Thanks for welcoming us!