Eagle Creek Fire Stories

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These stories were inspired by a writing workshop held on August 15, 2018. Thanks for sharing your stories! If you’d like to submit a story, please email it to columbiagrange267@gmail.com.
Apricot Irving, “The Fire at Eagle Creek” | Michelle Abramson, “It Smells Like a Campfire in Here” | Sue Fry, “We Were Watching a Parade of Horse Trailers Leaving” | Clair Klock, “Gorge Fire of 2017” | Ali High, “Together We Rise From the Ashes” | Isiah, “I Am a Tree” | Teresa Kasner, “Eagle Creek Fire 2017” | Dennis Bryson, “Comparison of the Multnomah Falls Fire (1991) and Eagle Creek Fire (2017) | Michelle Abramson, CPCHS “Corbett Residents Share Their Fire Stories” | Jennifer O’Donnell, “From This Day Forward” | Connie Lorene Cloyed, “The Eagle Creek Fire of September 2017”


Recycling Resources

Here’s a compilation of motivating information from our Recycling in Corbett event on November 14. Updated on January 2, 2019!


Please join us for these upcoming events!  

Scroll through our events, click on each for details and check our calendar for a complete list of events. To see photos from past events click here!


Enjoy this performance by Vawachi Marimba at the Columbia Grange on March 25, 2017 in celebration of the 124th birthday of Columbia Grange #267 and the 150th Anniversary of the National Grange.

About Columbia Grange 267

Columbia Grange is located just minutes away from the Columbia River Gorge near Corbett, Oregon. Our Grange Hall is located on a beautiful rural hilltop and is surrounded by picturesque farmland and open fields, along with old big leaf maples and evergreens shading the Grange property. Since 1898, this grand old hall has been a central location for farmers and neighbors to meet, share ideas for improving their rural community, and enjoy one another’s company.

To learn more about other organizations in Corbett, Oregon, visit www.corbettoregon.com.

In essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, in all things charity.
— National Grange Motto