Grange gets its first flagpole


November 24, 2022

Jan Manning

Carolyn Nesbitt shares the Red Skelton tribute to the Pledge of Allegiance during the flagpole dedication at Whitepine Grange.

After more than 60 years, Whitepine Grange has its own flagpole.

The 32-foot flagpole was dedicated November 11 with a ceremony featuring VFW representatives, members of the Grange and surrounding Whitepine community, and a children's choir from Trout Creek School. Despite freezing temperatur...

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