Sharon Grange in Oakville to host community breakfast and silent auction to fund building repairs this Saturday


After holding its annual oyster feed last April, Sharon Grange members are preparing to host a community breakfast event this Saturday, June 15, from 8 to 11 a.m. in order to help raise funds for grange building repairs.

The Sharon Grange is located at 912 S. Bank Road, north of Oakville.

“This event is free and open to all who are interested in attending,” Sharon Grange President Debbie Hill said in a news release. “However, donations would gladly be accepted to support our building repair fund.”

The free breakfast will include pancakes, ham, eggs, fruit and a beverage. Additionally, a fundraising silent auction with locally donated items will be held that morning, and those coming for breakfast are encouraged to come ready to bid on these items.

To learn more about this Saturday’s breakfast and silent auction, call Sharon Grange lecturer Julieann Bailey at 360-470-1778.

Originally the Porter Grange No. 800, the Sharon Grange was founded on Aug. 3, 1923, with 22 charter members. Grange members would meet on the Porter side of the Chehalis River until the old Sharon School building became available and the grange eventually moved.

Since its founding, the Sharon Grange has been involved in multiple local, state and national activities while serving the community, including at its annual oyster dinner.

For more information, contact the Sharon Grange on its Facebook page at