Grange on South Whidbey installs new officers | NOTABLE

The newly elected officers for Deer Lagoon Grange were installed at its business meeting March 7.

The officers who will serve this year are Master (President), Kenneth Schillinger; Overseer (V.P.), Charles Prochaska; Lecturer, Gary Kay; Steward, Scot Fredrickson; Assistant Steward, Ralph Gorg; Lady Assistant Steward, Tarey Kay; Chaplain, Phyllis Rainey; Treasurer, Yvette Cadwallader; Secretary, Judith Prochaska; Gatekeeper, Dorothy McCann; Ceres, Roxanne Chamuler; Pomona, Christine Williams; Flora, Reece Rose; Family Activity Chairman, Tarey Kay; and Executive Committee, Chris Williams (three-year term).

Deer Lagoon Grange is one of the older organizations on Whidbey Island having been in continuous operation since 1926, when it was re-chartered by Washington State Grange Master, Albert S. Goss, who later became Master of the National Grange.

Deer Lagoon has its regular business meetings on the first Tuesday of each month at its hall at 5142 Bayview Road in Langley. For information about joining the Grange, call Chuck Prochaska at

222-3110. Visit the website at



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