Clubs & Organizations

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American Legion Post #13

(620) 228-7193

123 W Butler St

Yates Center

Local chapter of the American Legion, which hosts family breakfasts in the summer and participates in other local events.

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Woodson County Farm Bureau Association

(620) 625-2345

109 N State St

Yates Center

Kansas Farm Bureau exists to strengthen agriculture and the lives of Kansans through advocacy, education, and service.

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Friends of Cross Timbers

(620) 583-9074

PO Box 163

Toronto

Local nonprofit organization that helps raise money to do improvements for Cross Timbers State Park. We plan social events, provide adult and kids activities, and bring families together to enjoy the great outdoors.

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Gilead Lodge #144

116 E Butler St

Yates Center

The term "lodge" itself comes from the structures which the stonemasons built against the sides of the cathedrals during construction. In winter, when building had to stop, they lived in these lodges and worked at carving stone. But a Masonic lodge is more than a building; it is a living, breathing organization made up of and sustained by the members themselves. It is a tight-knit group of men who make solemn vows to one another and become comrades in Masonry and life. Above all, a Masonic lodge represents open arms, a helping hand, and brotherly love to every Mason, anywhere, at any time.

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Golden Rod Chapter 163 Order of the Eastern Star

116 E Butler St

Yates Center

The Order of the Eastern Star is a worldwide fraternal, non-profit, charitable service organization that is an associated body of the family of Masonry similar to Shriners, Scottish Rite, York Rite and others. Join a Chapter near you to gain lifelong friendships and treasured experiences.

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Hay Capital Gun Club

(620) 496-7479

Trap shooting on a weekly basis weather permitting every monday night at 7:00 PM

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Hay Capital Outdoors

Woodson County

HCO’s purpose is to encourage local youth to get educated and find enjoyment in outdoor activities. Our goal is to deter them from making bad life choices as well as keep them involved in our local communities.

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New York Valley Church

(620) 625-3060

1432 Hwy 54

Yates Center

Local church.

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RevitalizeYC

Yates Center

RevitalizeY.C. is a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation focused on the revitalization efforts of Yates Center, KS. Our primary goal is to promote community growth and development while still maintaining the distinctive small-town character of Yates Center.

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Tapdolls Dance & Music Company

(816) 803-6801

1010 N Green St

Yates Center

A Kansas non-profit corporation dedicated to the preservation of tent,
rep & folk theatre.

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Toronto Booster Club

(620) 490-0101

102 E Main St

Toronto

Local volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the community if Toronto, Kansas.

The text reads "Cowboy Church and the Arena of Life. In God We Trust."
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Toronto Cowboy Church & The Arena of Life

(620) 637-2298

781 Hwy 105

Toronto

Worship services Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday evening at 7:00. Pastor Jon Petty.

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Toronto Volunteer Fire Department

Toronto

Local volunteer fire department.

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Turkey Creek United Methodist Church

(620) 496-5032

165th & Hawk Rd

Yates Center

Local, historical, and rural church and church community, offering events such as a Spring Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Ice Cream Social, and Fall Oktoberfest with kids' games, activities, hay rack rides, and fireside chit-chat. Shelter house available for rent.

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Yates Center United Methodist Church

(620) 625-2266

301 S Grove St

Yates Center

Local United Methodist Church. Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.

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Woodson County Cattlewomen

(620) 484-0336

Yates Center

We are a local non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the beef industry in Woodson County.

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Woodson County Democratic Party

(620) 212-8084

Yates Center

Local Democratic Party in Woodson County.