We are a non-profit, We have dinners, we just started having dances, you can rent the hall, our Halloween gets better every year, new members are welcome
Spaghetti dinner Nov 28th, 4pm-7pm
$8.00 per plate
Spaghetti, Garlic Bread, Salad, drink ( optional ) dessert choice Dbl Chocolate fudge brownie or Blondie
This is take out only, please call by Friday 27th to pre-order
For question please call the numbers below and to pre-order
Sad to report a death of a grange member/master Melvin Brady, died peacefully in his sleep this morning 11-12-2020
Please Keep his family in your thoughts and prayers while they go through this tough time.
November 28th 4 to 7 pm. Spaghetti dinner, comes with the pasta a meat sauce, salad, garlic bread, dessert, and drink for only 8 dollars. Please pre-order if possible at 503-556-0324. Thank you
December 12-13 and 19-20 Santa's Village and Bazaar, including a bake sale. Time from 11-4pm each day.
January date TBD Chicken Fried steak dinner.
Also plan on a meal or event each month for the next at least 6 months.
The Grange is looking for unwanted Christmas Decorations in good working order indoor/outdoor for our upcoming Santa Workshop.
Also table cloths Black/ White of festive colors
Also we will take good working order of your Halloween decorations also that you no longer like.
We will be open again Friday 30th and Saturday the 31st for our last 2 nights of our Haunted House!
$6.00 per person adults
$5.00 per person for seniors/military
$5.00 per children ages 6-10
Anyone under 6 are free
Please bring cash since we are unable to use debit cards..
We are open again tonight and Saturday night 6:30pm-9:30pm $6.00
Please bring cash, since we are out of cell service and no way to take cards..
Beaver Homes Grange, Haunted House will be on Channel 6 news, not sure what time or how many times they will air us!
Will keep you all posted!!
Our Haunted House will be open again tonight at 6:30pm-9:30pm
$6 per person
We are only able to take cash only.
We made the paper!!
Next to quiet pastures and winding rural roads in the wooded land outside Rainier sits a tormented fever dream of a house.
Burn Ban has been lifted! A Burn Permit is required and you must call the number before you burn.. the permit is free..
We open tonight at 6:30pm-9:30pm and Saturday 6:30pm-9:30pm
$6.00 per person
Food is togo only ..
We are also putting on a Halloween Lunch
The Haunted House will be open Friday 9th at 6:30pm
Please remember to wear your facemask.
I hope you all can read it! But here is our Haunted House flyer
Our Haunted House is coming along nicely! We will be open Oct 9th 6:30pm $6.00 per person ..
Will post the flyer today...
The Grange is actually out of turkey, we have everything else but no more turkey. This is our first time doing the pre ordering and take out, so we didn't get enough. We still have the ones that pre ordered and we are so thankful that our community came out and supported us. Thank you to all who came out and we are really sorry for those of you we couldn't serve. Next time we will be more prepared. Thanks The Beaver Homes Grange
Due to the smoke and people who have breathing issues all events at the grange this weekend have been cancelled..
The dog training class
The farmers Market
Beaver Homes Grange #518
Opens Our Haunted Doors to
Black-Bones House of the Twisted & BizarrePart 3
Mutation abominations have now reigned for two years, as the third year draws to
a close, they rise again with demands of new souls for payment. Stop Black-Bones beings from gaining more power, brave their wicked show and leave. But be Warned any uncovered screams are the best gateway to your soul, enter with a Mask of No Fear.
Comejoin us for some Thrills & ChillsAnd Take-Out Food.
your Kids to Trick-O-Treat our friendly monsters
Due to the state ordinances Masks are Required for everyone over the age of 5 years.
Our Haunting Times & Dates
9th & 10th / 16th & 17th / 23rd & 24th / 30th &
From: 6:30 – 9:30pm
Haunted House Prices
Adults $6 Kids 6-10 $4 Seniors 60+/Military with I.D. $5
Visit our Website -beaverhomesgrange.org-31105 Beaver Homes Rd. Rainier OR 97048
Contact #: (503)556-0324 –for Event Questions
Beaver Homes Grange is the home page to Grange #518 located on Beaver Homes road in Goble Oregon
Photos from Beaver Homes Grange's post
Columbia County Emergency Management
Extremely high temperatures are in the forecast for the next 3 days. The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for our area.
Reminder that Dog training class starts July 12th @ 10am ( 1 hr class) $10.00
Looking for help to move a fellow Grange member to Clatskanie on July 11th and 12th
For those of us that need some help training our fur-kids..
Columbia County Emergency Management
The Columbia County COVID-19 Framework application to move into Phase 2 of reopening was officially approved by the State of Oregon on Thursday, June 4 and the county can begin Phase II of reopening beginning on Friday, June 5.
In Phase II, Columbia County can begin the limited reopening of the following sectors under specific guidelines and encouraged social distancing:
• Recreational sports: General requirements include prohibiting staff and players who exhibit COVID-19 like symptoms from entering the premises, closing water fountains except for those designed to refill water bottles without contact between the bottle and fountain, and ensuring facility ventilation systems operate properly.
For a complete list of requirements, visit:https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351E.pdf
• Venues like movie theaters, bowling alleys, and arcades: General requirements include closing water fountains except those to fill water bottles in a contact-free manner, posting signs to require physical distancing throughout the facility, and providing handwashing stations or hand sanitizer throughout the facility.
For a complete list of requirements, visit:https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351D.pdf
• Swimming pools: General requirements include prohibiting workers with any COVID-19 like symptoms from entering the premises, prohibiting visitors with any symptoms associated with COVID-19, and posting clear signs listing COVID-19 symptoms.
For a complete list of requirements, visit:https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351C.pdf
• Some additional in-office work: Remote work is still strongly recommended.
• Social, civic, and faith-based gatherings: General requirements still include limiting gatherings based on venue capacity.
For a complete list of requirements, visit:https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351G.pdf
• Indoor and outdoor entertainment facilities: General requirements include limiting gatherings based on venue capacity, implementing physical distancing measures, thorough cleaning practices, and ending all facility activities by 10 p.m.
For a complete list of requirements, visit:https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351A.pdf
• Bars and restaurants can stay open until midnight: Determining maximum occupancy to maintain physical distancing requirements will still be required, as well as ensuring tables are spaced at least six feet apart.
For a complete list of requirements, visit:https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351B.pdf
“I want to be clear that moving to Phase 2 comes with increased risk,” Governor Kate Brown stated in her approval letter to Columbia County. “With every restriction lifted we know transmission of the virus has the potential to increase. You should be proud of the work done thus far by your local public health department to test, track, and isolate new cases of COVID-19. That work has made it possible for your county to move to the next phase.”
The responsibility to adhere to these reopening guidelines will remain with the business owners. The County urges all local business owners to consider the safety of their customers and their part in the ongoing battle to keep transmission rates low.
Phase II is the last full phase of reopening until there is a widely available treatment or a vaccine for COVID-19. The Columbia County Public Health Department will continue to closely monitor the six public health indicators established by the Oregon Health Authority to many any increase in new cases that may arise moving forward.
“Maintaining a culturally responsive and robust contact tracing system, as well as an effective testing and isolation strategy, will be key to containing any potential spread of the virus,” Brown said.
For more information on the State's reopening plan, visit https://govstatus.egov.com/or-covid-19
Depending on what the State does in the next few weeks about opening up.
Our June meeting may or may not happen.
We still don’t know about our Harvest Dinner either..
Beaver Homes Grange
31105 Beaver Homes Rd
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