CLEARWATER – The Clearwater Grange will host its annual chili feed on Saturday, Oct.5. Chili, corn bread, beverage and desserts are on the menu and cost is a donation. Proceeds from the chili feed help to maintain the historic hall in Clearwater.

The historic Clearwater Grange was first established in 1937. Throughout the years, it has continued to be a steadfast organization in the community. Many community activities and private events are held in the hall. There are only a few members in the grange, but they continue to maintain the historic building and hold annual events. This group relies on community support and membership. Anyone can join the grange; member dues are $30 a year. The current leader of the grange is Carol BonAnno. She can be contacted for membership, grange activities, or scheduling to use the hall, at 208-926-7465.

In the past few years, the grange has become a partner with the Friends of the Elk City Wagon Road committee. These groups have joined to promote many events yearly.

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