Community Organizations

BLACK CREEK COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

Advancement Association.
Civic organization started in the 1930s. Goal is to improve the community and help local businesses. Membership open to all Black Creek area residents. Meets third Thursday of every other month. Tom Brauer, 984-3575.

Black Creek Sportsman’s Club
Group interested in keeping nature alive. Get together about once a week, starting Memorial Day weekend. Tom Brauer, 984-3575.

Black Creek Youth Sports
Provides youth baseball, basketball and other sports. Tod Javoroski, 731-0785.

 

Community Family Resource Centers

 

Provides family support through Parent And Child Enrichment (PACE) groups, Me and My Family nights and parent education. 920-833-5155 ext. 703 www.seymour.k12.wi.us/cfrc.cfm.

 

Community 2000
Provides support for those less fortunate including food, clothing, school supplies and other aid in Seymour, Black Creek and Shiocton school districts. Supported by local contributions, United Way-Fox Valley and Valley Packaging Industries. 833-0277

Duhm-Masch American Legion Post 332
Variety of civic service to community and the veterans home in King. Holds color guard at cemetery on Memorial Day weekend. Pat Nachtwey, 984-3562.

Family Resource Centers.
Provides family support through PACE groups, Me and My Dad (Mom) nights, family events and parent education. 984-3396 ext. 182.

Girl Scouts
Girls do community projects such as taking Christmas cards to nursing home residents, along with bake, magazine and, of course, the famous cookie sales. Val Abel, 984-3279.

Lions Club
Providing community service, plus humanitarian service world wide, such as collecting used eyeglasses and transporting eye tissue for cornea transplants. Meets third Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Lions Den in the basement of the library. Kathy Kline, 915-7773, or Dave Sievert, 749-0469.

 FREEDOM COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

FFA Alumni Mark Kortz 920-766-7633

Freedom Alumni Pat Bacon  920-419-6845 

Freedom Area Boy Scouts  Mike Kopiske 920-687-9883

Freedom Area Girl Scouts  Theresa Kortz 920-766-2342

Freedom Athletic Association Mike Heindl 920-788-9828   http://www.freedomathletics.com/

Freedom Business Association  Bill Kohrt    920-733-1642

Freedom Area 4H
Smile Awhile 4H    Lois Hanson    920-788-3964
On the Go 4H    Debbie VanderHeiden  920-766-7266

Freedom Food Pantry   Larry Westenberg   920-788-4977 (Freedom Foods)
Sherry Randerson    920-788-4674

Freedom Historical Society  Pat Konkle 920-423-3036

Freedom Trail Blazers   http://www.freedomtrailblazers.org/

Freedom Wrestling  Debbie Reimer  920-788-1348   http://www.freedomirishwrestling.com/

Knights of Columbus   Wayne Klarner   920-739-9236

Senior Center   Dee Spiegel    920-788-6200

VFW  Tom Hooyman     920-731-8122

NICHOLS COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

Nichols Advancement Association   President:  John Koenings 525-2727
Secretary:  Paula Scheller  525-3103
 
Nichols Historical Society   President:  Lorraine Bisterfeldt  525-3814
Secretary:  Rose Kahler

Neighborhood Watch   eets quarterly at Community Center.
Paula Scheller 525-3103

PULASKI COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

American Vets Post #160  Commander, Robert Mursau, Jr., or locally, Adjutant, Dennis Saeger, 822-5933.
Meetings first Wednesday of the month 7:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall

Boy Scouts of America
Troop 1031, Scoutmaster Al Jarosinski 920-822-5977.

Cub Scouts of America
Pack 4031, Michael Voelker.  Unit Commissioners Religious Emblem Councilor for Pack 4031, Jean Skovera 920-822-5193.

Food Pantry
The Pantry is open the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information contact Deb Schneider 920-822-6050. Location: Glenbrook School across from the Post Office on S. St. Augustine Street.
 920-391-4610.

Pulaski Youth Soccer Association
Call Tom Schreder at 920-822-8253 or Mike Jenquin at 920-265-4990 or visit www.pulaskiyouthsoccer.com

Knights of Columbus – Bishop Bona Council #4439
Meetings third Tuesday of the month 7:30 p.m. in the K.C. Meeting room in ABVM Church Basement. Contact Patrick Hughes, 822-3040, for more information.

Pedal Pushers Senior Bike Club, 60+. Meet at Richard McDermid’s Residence at 6:30, Tuesday mornings.  Please call Bonnie at 822-3224 for info to go.

Pioneer Tractor Cruisers.  Have a tractor of 30+ years?   This could be the club for you.  Contact President, Tom Busch at (920) 822-1812 or his cell at (920) 619-1766 for more information.

Polish Legion of American Veterans Post #178
Contact John Adasiewicz, P O Box 804, Pulaski WI 54162 at 920-822-4071.

Pulaski Polka Days Committee
Contact Harold Otto at 822-3869 or www.pulaskipolkadays.com.

Pulaski Area Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors meetings are held the second Monday of each month, 11:55 a.m. in the PACE Conference Room at Glenbrook Elem. School.  For more information Contact Gloria at 920-822-4400.

Pulaski Area Community Education (PACE)
Located at: 132 Front Street  Mailing address:  P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
Mark Heck, Director Phone (920)822-6051
Email: mrheck@pulaski.k12.wi.us

Pulaski Area Historical Society
Meeting fourth Monday of the month 7:30 p.m. at the Pulaski Area Museum, 129 West Pulaski St. There are no scheduled hours.  Please call any one of the following people for and appointment.
Museum Curator – Marion Schroeder 920-822-5856; President – Chris Jaworski, 920-822-3961.
www.pulskiwihistory.com

Pulaski Community School Education Foundation, Inc.
President, Deb Schneider  Phone:  (920) 822-6050
Email:  dkschneider@pulaski.k12.wi.us

Pulaski Area Swim Club (PASC), Non-Profit club.  Head Coach, Kathleen Olson @ swimpasc@hotmail.com

Pulaski Lions Club 

Meetings are held the first and third Monday evenings of each month, 7 p.m., at the Legion Hall from September through May. For more information, email Tiffany Rondou at trondou@netnet.net or call 920-822-2119 www.PulaskiLions.org

Pulaski FFA Alumni Affiliate  Contact Ron & Linda Hieronimczak 920-822-8542

Pulaski Youth Organization (PYO)  www.pulaskiyouth.org

SEYMOUR COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

Krause-Kraft American Legion Post #106
Provides activities and observances for veterans of U.S. armed services. Active in community events. Bill VandenLangenberg 869-2600

American Legion Auxiliary
Organization for spouses of Legion members. Active in various community events. Becky Mueller 833-6048

AODA Prevention Board
Provides drug and alcohol counseling throughout the community, especially geared toward prevention in schools. Seymour Middle School 833-7199

Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of America
Provide activities for boys through various educational and growth-oriented programs. Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts Bay Lakes Council 635 (920) 734-5705. www.baylakesbsa.org Cub Scouts: Kelly Meles; 920- 833-9880, Kelly.Meles@yahoo.com

Chamber of Commerce
Works to support and promote the city through its businesses. Activities include City-Wide Rummage Sale as well as support of other activities. 833-6053 www.seymourwi.com

Community Family Resource Centers

Provides family support through Parent And Child Enrichment (PACE) groups, Me and My Family nights and parent education. 920-833-5155 ext. 703 www.seymour.k12.wi.us/cfrc.cfm.

Community 2000
Provides support for those less fortunate including food, clothing, school supplies and other aid in Seymour, Black Creek and Shiocton school districts. Supported by local contributions, United Way-Fox Valley and Valley Packaging Industries. 833-0277

FFA Alumni
Alumni support a variety of community organizations, especially the FFA group at Seymour Community High School. Kevin Buttles 819-3120

Food Pantry
The pantry operates in City Hall, 328 N. Main St. Stocking is held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays. Open hours are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. Donations of cereal, paper products, non-perishable food and money welcome. Jack Koebe 833-7347

Friends of the Library
Organizes programs and fund raisers for the Muehl Public Library. Meetins the third Thursday of the month. Elizabeth Timmins 833-2725 www.muehlpubliclibrary.org

Girl Scouts
Provide enrichment, growth-oriented programs for school-age girls. www.fvgsc.org

Good Shepherd Volunteers
Supports residents and their families at Good Shepherd Nursing Home. 833-6856 www.goodshepherdservices.org

Home of the Hamburger, Inc.
Presents the annual Burger Fest in Downtown Seymour in August. Hamburger memorabilia at Seymour Community Museum. Jim Campbell 833-6688 www.homeofthehamburger.org

Lions Club
Community service group performing variety of activities, including sponsorship of scholarships and annual benefit softball tournament. Open to all.
www.seymourwilions.com

Model Railroad Club
Maintains working model and facility at old depot. Open house held first and third Sundays from 1-3 p.m. Jim Baxter 833-2241

Salvation Army
Operates Bread of Life Center at 227 E. State St. in Black Creek 984-9305

Senior Citizens of Seymour
Provides card parties, nutrition site at Good Shepherd Home, bingo and various other services. Call Judy Miller for the Nutrition Program at 833-6434. Meals are served, M–F at 11:30 a.m. Reservations must be made one day in advance. Guest speakers, activities and games are held monthly. 
The Senior Center telephone number 833-6434, president, Nancy Brinkman. Monthly meetings are held the third Wednesday of the month.
Both are located at Good Shepherd,  607 E. Bronson Road, Seymour

Seymour Community Museum and Historical Society
Volunteer group maintains museum. Bill Collar 833-6064 www.seymourhistory.org

Seymour Thunder Booster Club
Parents and community members who promote Thunder athletics.  Deb Marsh 833-6800

Woman’s Club
An organization for women dedicated to service and companionship. Leslie Hanseter, 833-9613

 

SHIOCTON COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

American Legion Post 512
 Provides activities and observances for veterans of U.S. armed services.Meets first Wednesday of every month at the library. Doug Tyler, 986-3543

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 512
For spouses of American Legion. Meet first Monday of each month (except September – meet second Monday) at 7:30 p.m. in meeting room of Shiocton Community Library. Karen Massey, secretary, 986-3787; Carole Hungerford, president 982-6468

American Legion baseball
Shiocton Post 512 Legion team, summer baseball for 15-19 year olds. Contact: Chris VanderHeyden, 986-3351.

Business League
Promote business community, sponsor children’s events, support a scholarship program, and more. Tim Conradt, 986-3529

Challenge the Outdoors
Provides hunting and fishing experiences for physically challenged people. harland Chapman 833-6274, www.ctoforme.com

Community 2000
Provides support for those less fortunate including food, clothing, school supplies and other aid in Seymour, Black Creek and Shiocton school districts. Supported by local contributions, United Way-Fox Valley and Valley Packaging Industries. 833-0277

Community Club
Promote community spirit, youth activities, and scholarship program. Tim Conradt, 986-3529

Cub Scout Pack 3048
Contains members in grades 1-4.

Lions Club
Eyeglass collection; work for the blind; fundraiser for families in need. Meets fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Ken’s Riverside. Charles Pluger, 986-3224

Shadows on the Wolf
Sportsmen’s group that works for community improvement. Dennis Conradt, 986-3713

Shiocton Flyers Club
Meets at the Flyers Club hangar at Shiocton Airport at 7:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month, except during winter. Al Van Straten, 986-3421

SPICE – Shiocton Partners In Children’s Education – is the district’s version of the PTO. Contact Shiocton Schools, 986-3351.

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