Rural granges struggle to keep members, stay relevant

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Rural granges struggle to keep members, stay relevant

“Nothing’s too good for Breen, and that’s what I plan to do,” joked John Lee, right, after being elected mayor of Breen on Saturday evening at the Breen Community Building. Joining Lee on stage are Bob Cooper, left, Penny Crawford, center, Lexie Crawford, 12, back left, and Cabree Mullins, 12, back right. Lexie is the daughter of Mike and Dianna Crawford, and Cabree Mullins is the daughter of Sabrina Huntington.
Residents of Breen auctioned off desserts to raise money for the upkeep of the Breen Community Building on Saturday evening. Shawntell Stiner helps out with the effort. In back is auctioneer Bob Cooper.

Rural granges struggle to keep members, stay relevant

“Nothing’s too good for Breen, and that’s what I plan to do,” joked John Lee, right, after being elected mayor of Breen on Saturday evening at the Breen Community Building. Joining Lee on stage are Bob Cooper, left, Penny Crawford, center, Lexie Crawford, 12, back left, and Cabree Mullins, 12, back right. Lexie is the daughter of Mike and Dianna Crawford, and Cabree Mullins is the daughter of Sabrina Huntington.
Residents of Breen auctioned off desserts to raise money for the upkeep of the Breen Community Building on Saturday evening. Shawntell Stiner helps out with the effort. In back is auctioneer Bob Cooper.
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