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Enterprise Grange No. 25


Address7203 Simms St., 80005
QuadGolden 1965 (1980)
SectionS32, T2S, R69W
Elevation5439
Source"More Than Gold," p. 76; Arvada, Just Between You and Me, p. 60.
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SeealsoChurches Stage Stop.
Initialdate1994-11-02 00:00:00-07
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Latestdate2012-12-17 00:00:00-07
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HistoryOrganizers of Enterprise Grange No. 25 were Mary Ann and John C. Churches, the first master, who received the charter, June 25, 1874. Several area granges consolidated or reorganized into Enterprise Grange in 1913. Bert Fields, the first master after reorganization, brought about the dedication of a new Enterprise Grange Hall in 1915, which is still used in 1994. Enterprise Grange was added to the State Register of Historic place on Aug. 11, 1999 (5JF.1713).
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