Western Yolo Grange

Western Yolo Grange #423 Welcomes You

We were established in the early 1900's in Guinda, Ca, Yolo County. We have an active membership dedicated to the betterment of Capay Valley. The Grange is a family organization with both individual and family memberships.

  Seek to educate the public on the role of agriculture
  Promote the proper use and stewardship of the environment.
  Provide a safe and comfortable meeting space for the local community in Capay Valley.
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Consider becoming a member of the Grange

Becoming a member is easy. We support our local community and want to help where we can. We are nonpartisan and do not endorse candidates for public office, nor contribute to their campaigns.

Check out these Programs & Services

Almond Festival Queen Dinner

We provide the meeting space for the Almond Festival Queen Dinner honoring 3-6 candidates and their families. A delicious dinner is prepared by Grange members.

Capay Valley Almond Festival

This event is always on the last Sunday of February and celebrates the blooming almond trees in the valley. The Grange provides a wide variety of happenings including a petting zoo (FFA), vendors, food & sweets for purchase, and much more.

Childrens' Christmas Event

Local kids have an opportunity to present a Christmas Play and celebrate Christmas with a visit from Santa and more.

The California State Grange

Mission Statement

Since 1873 the mission of the California State Grange has been to serve, steward and teach the virtues of the land to our children and community. We maintain our commitment to grassroots advocacy, supporting farmland preservation, farm development, community service, sustainable and regenerative agriculture, and the consumer’s role in the food production system.

Our Officers

President

Frank Nichols

Frank joined Western Yolo Grange when he was 14 years old. Past Deputy of the California State Grange. Lifelong resident of Capay Valley. Retired owner of an auto and tractor repair shop. Korean War Vet. Past Asst. Chief of the Brooks Volunteer Fire Department. Still active in many community organizations.

Secretary

Marian Nichols

Marian has been a Grange member for over 60 years. She us a Past State Grange Executive Committee member, and Past CA State Grange Treasurer. Marian was also a Grange Insurance Agent for 33 years. Now retired.

Treasurer

Rebecca Kersten

Rebecca manages the financials for Western Yolo Grange. She has experience working with non-profit organizations.

Our Hall Location

Western Yolo Grange #423 16787 Forrest Avenue PO Box 312 Guinda, CA 95637 westernyologrange@gmail.com