Presentation on theme: "Grange Program Utilization. Contests (items) Currently – 4 photo categories – Allowing for 4 entries per person – 4 baking categories 3/4 divisions within."— Presentation transcript:
Contests (items) Currently – 4 photo categories – Allowing for 4 entries per person – 4 baking categories 3/4 divisions within those categories 4 age groups – Allowing for a max of 13 entries per person – 13 craft categories – Allowing for 13 entries per person – 4 art categories – Allowing for 4 categories per person
Granger Awards Granger of the Year Family of the Year Grange Farm of the Year Grange of the Year Youth Granger of the Year Junior Granger of the Year Junior Grange of the Year Grange Month Recruiter of the Year Secretary of the Year Community Service Legislative Director of the Year Family Living Director of the Year Program Director of the Year $3175
Community Awards Church of the Year Educator of the Year Fire Department of the Year Rescue Squad of the Year Firefighter of the Year Rescue Personnel of the Year Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Military Personnel of the Year $1750
The most popular category: Community Service, and only 10 entries were had…. Only 25% of North Carolina’s Granges.
$14,240 in prize money available $11,305 awarded in 2013 – $2,935 not awarded because of no entries
Distinguished Granges Started in 2009 3 NC Granges recognized in 2013 – Cape Fear, Grantham, Troutman 2 NC Granges recognized in 2012 – Cape Fear, Grantham
To Enter: Fill out entry form by August 15, 2014 For work done July 1, 2013- June 30, 2014 Distinguished Grange form is nearly identical to the NC Grange of the Year form – Was done to encourage entry in both awards easily! – Copies of both available