Historic Great Falls Grange Public-Private Partnership Signing

Historic Great Falls Grange Public-Private Partnership Signing

Supervisor John Foust and Park Authority Executive Director Jai Cole plus leaders of the non-profit Great Falls Grange Foundation (GFGF) will hold a signing ceremony at the Great Falls Grange on Monday, April 4 at 6:30 p.m.

The Great Falls Grange Foundation Board members include Jorge Adeler (Adeler Jewelers), Gary Pan (Rotary Club of Great Falls), Bill Canis (Great Falls Citizens Association), and Linda Thompson (Optimists Club of Great Falls) who will sign an agreement with the Fairfax County Park Authority to operate the Grange and adjacent historic Schoolhouse for private and community events, investing the proceeds into internal building improvements and new landscaping. 

The public-private partnership between FCPA and GFGF is seen as a prototype for countywide application that will eventually be a self-supporting community center for Great Falls. The public is encouraged to attend, and refreshments will follow.  Registration is not required; this will be an in person only event. For updates and other details about the meeting, go to https://gfgrange.org and https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/park-news/2022/z-ir025