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Public Relations Corner


State Public Relations Co-Directors:

Terri Fassio
Winchester Grange #74
8211 San Angelo Drive, L5
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Tel. 860-626-5074

E-mail Terri Fassio

Robert Charbonneau
Meriden Grange #29
102 Spring Street
Meriden CT 06451
Tel. 203-237-4617

E-mail Robert Charbonneau


Committee:

Maggie Schofield
Cawasa Grange #34
23 Thayer Avenue
Collinsville CT 06019
Tel. 860-693-6111
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Don Offinger

Canon #152
25 Cannon Road, P.O. Box 23
Wilton CT 06897
Tel. 203-762-1900
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Frank Forrest
Hillstown #87
165 Maple Street
East Hartford CT 06118
Tel. 860-895-8180
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Public Relations News ...
Public Relations: PR Contest Entries due Oct. 1

The Public Relations committee revamped our offering of contests for 2014, all with a deadline of October 1st. Itís easy to participate. Letís take a quick peek at each one.

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Grange or grange?

It may seem like a trivial thing but we should be more aware of the way we refer to the Grange in our correspondence, articles, press releases, etc. The word "Grange" when it refers to our organization should always be capitalized.

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Public Relations Notes ...
What does Public Relations have to do with my Grange?

Public relations is vital to the success of the Granges across Connecticut. Communication is essential to Grange success, both internally and externally. The more visibility the Grange has, the more positive community support it will attract, the more pride the membership will have in the organization, and ultimately the more members it will gain. It’s a simple formula.

Favorable media exposure means recognition in the community, acknowledgement of Grange activities, services and accomplishments and a higher profile of your Grange among potential members. Internally, it will help build pride in membership that will grow a more successful Grange. From building awareness and credibility to supporting fund-raising efforts, well-executed public relations efforts can make the difference between achieving the Grange’s goals or falling desperately short of them.

Public Relations Tips and Ideas ...

Learn the tips, tricks and how-to's to get your Grange and it's events, projects and activities the attention they deserve. Click through to learn how to maximize your publicity effectiveness.

Public Relations Tips

Grange Month - April 2014 ...

The month of April each year is designated as Grange Month. Each Grange should plan to celebrate Grange in some special way during the month.

To download the 2014 Connecticut State Grange - Grange Month Packet in PDF format -- CLICK HERE (Coming Soon)

For more information on the National Grange Grange Month Program, please visit the National Grange website by clicking here.

Tools available for Download ...

Visit the Downloads page to find numerous brochures, posters, forms, and more available for download for all aspects of the Grange in Connecticut.

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Public Relations Committee Mission Statement ...

The Mission of the Connecticut State Grange Public Relations Committee is: to promote the Grange as an identifiable service-oriented organization, staying true to its agricultural and historical roots while increasing relevancy in today’s communities; to serve the Connecticut State Grange as its informational conduit to Subordinate (local) Granges and to the public on general or specific items which are of informational or promotional topics; to work in connection with the Membership Committee to promote and advertise the benefits of The Grange; to assist other Connecticut State Grange committees with their specific promotions; to promote contests and events which encourage participation of Grange members; and to create new and unique ways of promoting the Grange in the communities across Connecticut.

 
     
 
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