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The land where the McLane Grange now sits was originally the site of the first McLane School in the 1870’s, donated by William McLane. The Grange obtained this site in 1910 when the school moved to the intersection of Delphi and McKenzie roads, land also donated by William McLane and now the homestead of his great grandson Raymond McLane Ramsauer.
The Grange is America’s oldest farm-based fraternal organization, encouraging families to band together to promote the economic and political well-being of the community and agriculture.
The McLane Grange is looking for new and active members who want to give back to the community and be part of our network of passionate local leaders. Please feel free to contact the grange members, or just drop in at our Monthly Meeting on the Second Thusday of each Month! See our calendar below for more events.
For your celebration, meeting, dance or gathering, our grange has seating for 75 - 150 people, depending upon table and chair arrangement. Many tables and chairs can be provided and a full kitchen is available for your use. Rental is $225 per day and includes a $75 refundable deposit if the hall is cleaned and garbage is removed, leaving the hall as you found it.
For additional rental information or to arrange an on-site visit, please contact first Dianna Fezer, Grange Master, at 360-808-3307, or second, Pat Veleke at 360-742-3591. Contact us for more information.
Dianna Fezer, Grange Master
931 Delphi Road SW, Olympia, WA, 98512