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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

  Marine Corps League Detachment

 

Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 1276 Northeast Regional Highway Safety Program

 

P.E.T.S., Inc.     (Partners in Education, Training and Sharing) Pennsylvania Environmental Council

 

Pennsylvania Heartland Artists

 

RESCUE Wyoming

 

S.A.L.T. and L.I.G.H.T. 

 

Skyhaven Pilots Association  T-Town Twirlers

 

Tunkhannock Area Band Boosters Association
Tunkhannock Business
and Professional Association
Tunkhannock Business and Professional Women's Organization Tunkhannock Junior Women's Club

 

Tunkhannock Lions Club Tunkhannock Public Library 

 

Tunkhannock Rotary Club

 

Tunkhannock Women's Club Women's Marine Association Wyoming County
Chamber of Commerce
Wyoming County Chorale

 

Wyoming County Citizens for Choice  Wyoming County Community Band

 

Wyoming County Democratic Women's Society Wyoming County Fair Entertainment  Wyoming County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs

 

Wyoming County Fire Police Association  Wyoming County Heart Society Wyoming County Historical Society

 

Marine Corps League Detachment Nicholson 942-4219
Meets the third Wednesday of each month.

 

 

Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 1276
Community and Charitable Fraternal Organization
Tunkhannock
Just behind Wal-Mart
836-0153
 
The Loyal Order of Moose conducts numerous sports and recreational programs, in local Lodges and Family Centers, in the majority of 44 State and Provincial Associations, and on a fraternity-wide basis.
 
 
The Loyal Order of Moose is a fraternal and service organization founded in 1888, with nearly 1 million men in roughly 2,000 Lodges
 

 

Northeast Regional Highway Safety Program Wilkes-Barre 829-3489
Provides free literature about safety.  Free safety program available, Crash Dummy costumes and videos on loan.  Call Monday-Friday 9 a.m. -5p.m. Serves Wyoming, Susquehanna, Wayne and Luzerne Counties

 

P.E.T.S., Inc.     (Partners in Education, Training and Sharing)
Program objectives: therapy animal visitation (therapy pets), senior assistance, dog obedience classes, handling classes, rabies clinics, educational programs, behavioral consultations, low income assistance (referral only). 
Meetings held the first Monday of every month at Dept. of Agriculture Bldg. Rt. 92.

 

Pennsylvania Environmental Council Wilkes-Barre l-800-323-9214
Devoted to preserving and improving Pennsylvania's environment.

 

Pennsylvania Heartland Artists Marcy Station
Decorative painters group.  Associated with the National Society of Tole and Decorative Painters.  Meets the third Tuesday of each month at the Russell Hill United Methodist Church.

 

RESCUE Wyoming 836-ll87
A not-for-profit citizen-based environmental group which concerns itself with local issues.

 

S.A.L.T. and L.I.G.H.T.  74 Susquehanna Ave. 836-33l9
A Christian, non-profit non-sectarian volunteer ministry dedicated to providing encouragement, information and resources to those involved in home education.  The group meets monthly Sept.-May

 

Skyhaven Pilots Association Skyhaven Airport 836-4800
Promotes aviation throughout the Endless Mountains area.  Open to all with love of aviation and related activities, not just pilots or plane owners.  Sponsors two breakfasts each year: the first Sunday in June and the third Sunday in September. Meets the first Saturday of every month at 7 p.m. at Skyhaven Airport.

 

T-Town Twirlers 836-687l
Local baton-twirling group for boys and girls in all age groups.

 

Tunkhannock Area Band Boosters Association l20 W. Tioga St. 836-8260
Marching, concert, jazz and small ensembles

 

Tunkhannock Business
and Professional Association
Promotes business, culture, tourism and civic responsibilities in the Tunkhannock area

 

Tunkhannock Business and Professional Women's Organization 836-4237
Elevates the standards of working women professionally, politically and personally.   Promotes the interests of and brings about a spirit of cooperation among business and professional women.  Also contributes to organizations in the community.   Open to all working women.,  Meets the second Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Prince Hotel.

 

Tunkhannock Junior Women's Club 833-2320
Unites women in the community in friendship for the purpose of donating timed and efforts to bettering the community through various projects. 
Meets the fourth Tuesday from Sept.-May.              
                                                                               New members welcome.

Please visit our website  

 

Tunkhannock Lions Club 836-2224
Community service organization providing eye care, auditory aids, gifts and financial support to Christmas Bureau, high school scholarships, etc.  Meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Carriage Inn, Rt. 92.

 

Tunkhannock Public Library  9 Marion St. 836-l677
Hours: Mon.-Fri. l0 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat. l0 a.m.-2 p.m.
Provides an outreach program for Wyoming County, including Books by Mail.

 

Tunkhannock Rotary Club
To encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.   Meets every Thursday at l2:l5 p.m. at the Prince Hotel.

 

Tunkhannock Women's Club
Meets the fourth Monday of every month for a dinner meeting at the Prince Hotel.

 

Women's Marine Association Mountain Laurel Chapter   
Lake Winola
378-l2312
Open to any woman who is serving or has ever served in the U.S. Marine Corps.   Participates in local patriotic and military ceremonies and perpetuates the traditions and esprit de corps of the Marine Corps.  Volunteer at the new Scranton Veterans Facility.  Meets semi-annually at the Marine Corps Museum, Scranton.   Dates to be announced.

 

Wyoming County
Chamber of Commerce
Rt. 6  Tunkhannock 836-7755
Serves our members by improving the conditions affecting business and the community of Wyoming County through a program of resource enhancement, resource development and member benefits.

 

Wyoming County Chorale 836-56l2
A professional mixed chorus open to all area singers without audition..  The group performs two concerts each year. 
Meets Thursdays at 7 p.m. at Tunkhannock Manor.

 

Wyoming County Citizens for Choice
To inform, educate, promote and support freedom of choice for individuals in matters of reproductive health.  Steering committee meets the second Tuesday of selected months.   Membership is open to anyone who desires the support of the organization.

 

Wyoming County Community Band 836-595l
A non-profit organization to serve the community by bringing music to the public and providing musicians of all skill levels the opportunity to perform.  The organization is open to any musician without audition.  Call for rehearsal schedule.

 

Wyoming County Democratic Women's Society 836-3324
Meets the third Monday of each month, except Jan. and Feb. at the Carriage Inn, Rt. 92. at 7 p.m.

 

Wyoming County Fair Entertainment 836-7287
Coordinates entertainment for Wyoming County Fair. 
Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 8 p.m.

 

Wyoming County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs
Promotes wildlife conservation, environmental improvement, safeguarding the natural resources of our country, its soil, air, minerals, forests, water and wildlife.   Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Dept. of Agriculture Bldg. Rt. 92.  Concerned individuals and clubs are invited.

 

Wyoming County Fire Police Association Nicholson 675-4893
Serves and protects the people of Wyoming County at public functions throughout the year.  Also assists with traffic control at accidents, fires and other emergencies.   Meets the third Saturday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Triton Hose Co.

 

Wyoming County Heart Society 836-l256
Offers free pamphlets and videos for public or club viewing, free cholesterol screenings in conjunction with the Wyoming County Cancer society, free blood pressure screenings.  Funded by the Wyoming County United Fund.

 

Wyoming County Historical Society Bridge & Harrison Sts. 836-5303
Maintains facility for genealogical research and a museum for county-related artifacts.  Library is open Wednesdays all year, plus Tuesdays and Saturdays from Oct. l5 to April l5.  Hours: l0 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Directors meet the second Tuesday of odd-numbered  months.