You can easily become a part of America’s foremost family, volunteer, and grassroots organization. Turkey Hill Grange is comprised of families and individuals of all ages who share a common interest in community involvement, our food and fiber production system, education, and working together in a wholesome family environment.

Our programs, projects, and activities reflect the interests and talents of our members with special focus on family activities. Like any organization, our Grange is only as effective as the people who belong want it to be. People are attracted to the Grange because everyone is welcome regardless of age, sex, race, religion, or political persuasion. The fraternal aspects foster a deep appreciation of the American way of life and a sense of belonging.

As more and more families (couples, single parents, grandparents, and singles) express concern for God’s earth, family togetherness, patriotism, and helping others through community service and high moral and ethical values, membership is growing.

Quilting Group

Meetings of the Quilting Group are posted on the calendar page as activities at the Grange Hall can affect the scheduled dates.

  • Meetings are generally on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:00am to 4:00pm
  • Bring a lunch, coffee and lemonade, and snacks, are provided
  • All quilters are welcome, regardless of experience or skill level
  • Contact Chris Bersett, 618-444-3657 for more information

Turkey Hill Grange Executive Board Meetings:

Turkey Hill Grange Executive Board meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the Tuesday prior to the Grange meeting at the Grange Hall.

  • See the Calendar page for the dates.
  • The Executive Board meetings are open to all Turkey Hill Grange Members and members are encouraged to attend.

American Heritage Girls

Turkey Hill Grange supports an American Heritage Girls Troop.  Contact the Troop Coordinator, Joy Underwood, for details.


Send comments to Steve Koluch at