Grabill....Where you can experience the small town feeling and the diversity of Amish Culture.  Located in the middle of a large Amish settlement, Grabill invites you to sample a taste of yesterday, explore our fascinating shops, eat at the restaurants and enjoy the rural scenes in the surrounding area.

Founded in 1902 Grabill has grown from a railroad depot to modern factories, shops and restaurants.  A great place to live, work and shop!


President             Jim Gerig

VP                        Dr. Kara Laughlin

Secretary              Marjorie Coe

Treasurer              Kevin Roth

At Large                Elmer Lengacher

                              Toby Graber

                              Marsha Wulpi

Communications   Susie Witt

Chamber Board for 2017

Please plan on joining the Grabill Chamber of Commerce and becoming involved.  You can download the forms below.


July 21       Chamber Auction at the Fudergong

July 22       Community Health Fair at the Fudergong

Aug 24-26  Grabill Harvest Fest

Sept 7 - 9   Grabill Fair

Sept 30      Road Apple Cruise In

Oct 12       Meeting w/Sen Dennis Kruse

Dec 2        Breakfast with Santa

Dec 17       Santa arrives on the Firetruck

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July 21st will be the Annual Grabill Chamber of Commerce and Amish Community Benefit Auction at the Fudergong Building, 13720 First Street in Grabill.

            The day starts with a Bake Sale full of goodies made by our Amish Community. It will start at 10:00am Cookies, cake, rolls, bread, noodles, pies and  other items will be available.

            Dinner will start serving at 4:00pm and will consist of a BarBQ chicken, deep fried fish, french fries, coleslaw, baked beans, applesauce, homemade bread and dessert. It will be a FREE WILL offering

         The Auction will begin at 6:00pm. Many items donated by local businesses and individuals will be on the auction block.

        This auction will benefit two Amish families and the Grabill Chamber of Commerce.

         A great time to see the Amish and English communities in action together to help others. A great family event and delicious food.

For more information about dinner or auction call 260-206-9354or 260-705-4626.

        The Olde Church Museum will be open from 4:00pm to 8:00pm with free admission.

         Also on Saturday, July 22 Women’s Health Day will be at the Fudergong from 9:00am until 12 noon, sponsored by Christian Community Healthcare. Free health screening. Also new this year a Merchant’s Tent. For more information on the Health Fair call 260-760-8627.