We are sad to confirm that the Ono Grange was destroyed by the Zogg Fire on September 27, 2020.The good news is, Grange and Igo-Ono-TAP community members are rallying together to keep our local traditions alive and begin the long process of rebuilding. Would you like to donate to rebuilding? Donate Here!
The History of Ono Grange By Merla F. Clark The Grange organization was formed in the late 1860s to improve the economic and social positions of the nations farm populations. The Grange provided services to rural areas, including economic development, education and legislation to assure a strong and viable rural population. The first meeting of […]
Each year, Ono Grange honors senior members of the community by hosting the annual Old Timers’ Dinner. Only those who live, or have lived, in the community and have reached the required age of 62 years are invited to attend this reunion dinner. Grange members roast turkey and ham, mash potatoes, make homemade rolls, dressing, […]