The pickleball nets at the Elm Road park will come down for the winter in November, with the exact date being weather-dependent.
We hope you enjoyed the first full year of play.
Good Shepherd, across the street from Harris Township’s park at Elm Road, is full of good, welcoming people. From the time the park was envisioned, they offered words of support. But their support goes far beyond words. They hosted a community forum about the park in 2015, and they have always invited the community to enjoy their playground. If you go, please be careful of the traffic on Elm Road.
One definition of community is “a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals“. Good Shepherd UMC contributes positively to the sense of community in Granger. We, for one, appreciate their efforts.
Granger Good Shepherd’s website can be found at http://grangergoodshepherd.org/
Sunday worship is at 10:30 am.
PRAYER GARDEN/PLAYGROUND A place of reflection, prayer, and some worship services. It can be found next to the playground and both are open to the public.
If you’re able to offer support (or need help), their paper pantry distributes household cleaning and paper products that are not available to recipients of the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). Items available the last Monday of each month include paper towels, toilet paper, laundry detergent, and soap.
EXPLORER DOME – now available at Harris Township Park at Elm Road, between the library and the fire station on Elm Road, north of State Road 23. Brought to you by your Harris Township elected officials: Board members Jeff Broadwick, Chuck Sulok and Karen Vargo, and Township Trustee Kenneth E. (Ken) Lindsay