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New grange gets its charter at Deer Lagoon

The charter members of Penn Cove Grange No. 1149 gather for a photo after the grange received its charter on Jan. 23. Pictured in front are Sarah Richards, Maryon Attwood, MarkliAnn Johnston, Vincent Chaffee, Tom Focht. Middle row: Louise Reuble, Shiafaun Medwick, Jaryn Maxson, Leandra Reuble, deputy Chuck Prochaska and Trista Cook. Back row: Ralph Tomlinson, Ken Schillinger, Joshua Cook and Bob Cadwallader.  Not pictured; Yvette Cadwallader and Louise Mueller. - Photo courtesy of Chuck Prochaska
The charter members of Penn Cove Grange No. 1149 gather for a photo after the grange received its charter on Jan. 23. Pictured in front are Sarah Richards, Maryon Attwood, MarkliAnn Johnston, Vincent Chaffee, Tom Focht. Middle row: Louise Reuble, Shiafaun Medwick, Jaryn Maxson, Leandra Reuble, deputy Chuck Prochaska and Trista Cook. Back row: Ralph Tomlinson, Ken Schillinger, Joshua Cook and Bob Cadwallader. Not pictured; Yvette Cadwallader and Louise Mueller.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Chuck Prochaska

Penn Cove Grange No. 1149 received its charter at a special Penn Cove Grange meeting at the Deer Lagoon Grange Hall.

Presented by Washington State Grange Master June Hendrickson, the charter is signed by National Grange Master Ed Luttrell of Sandy, Ore. and Secretary Judy Sherrod of Knoxville, Tenn. It is also signed by Washington State Master June Hendrickson of Federal Way, and Secretary David Bryant of Spanaway

The charter members of Penn Cove Grange No. 1149 are Louise Mueller (Coupeville), Trista Cook (Oak Harbor), Joshua Cook (Oak Harbor), MarkliAnn Johnston (Oak Harbor), Vincent Chaffee (Oak Harbor), Shiafaun Medwick (Oak Harbor), Jaryn Maxson (Oak Harbor), Tom Focht (Coupeville), Leandra Reuble (Coupeville), Louise Reuble (Coupeville), Sarah Richards (Coupeville), Robert Cadwallader (Greenbank), Yvette Cadwallader (Greenbank), Ken Schillinger (Langley), Maryon Attwood (Coupeville) and Ralph Tomlinson (Oak Harbor).

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