Stanford Grange remains active with 60th Annual Community Day planned

Members of the Stanford Grange No. 808, from left, Deb Smith, Dan Russell, Helen Borger, Vincent Ferris, Patti Ryan and Glen Schwarze celebrated their exhibit’s first-place win at the Dutchess County Fair at Rhinebeck.

STANFORDVILLE — In an age when the generation gap seems to be stretched across a virtual chasm of the internet’s making, the Stanford Grange No. 808 is proof positive that education, cooperation and shared goals can build a sturdy bridge of respect between the ages.  

Ryan Orton, secretary of the Stanford Grange, proudly explained.

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