Coalinga Grange
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Ktquilt
N 36° 08.148 W 120° 21.567
10S E 737603 N 4002240
Quick Description: A small hall built using volunteer labor. Used by the A.A. meetings almost every day of the week.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 7/11/2008 3:33:29 PM
Waymark Code: WM45QC
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Team RAGAR
Views: 17

Long Description:
Recently reorganized, Coalinga Grange was formed in the 1950's and for many years served the needs of local farming and ranching families. They meet at the Zenith Hall, before they purchased this lot with a house on it. They then met in the house until enough funds were raised to begin construction of this hall. Much of the fund raising was Enchilada sales.

Used by the A.A., as a starter location for small churches, American Legion Post 2 - Mother Post for California, and Troop 1 Boy Scouts of America.

Geocache located at coordinates.
County: Fresno

Chapter Name (number): Coalinga Grange 779

Is The Chapter Active?: Yes

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