Civic and Service Organizations

Watonga Lions Club Homepage

 We Serve - High school Scholarships, Eyeglasses for the Needy, Pancake Breakfast for Wrestling Tournament, Cheese Festival Hamburger Fry L I O N S Mr. Dale Green, President 580-623-7218


 H O S P I T A L   A U X I L I A R Y
Carol Wight, President  - Flo Rickey, Vice-President -  Alma Reylen, Sec/Treas
The Hospital Auxiliary raises funds for the hospital with their ' Burger Day (every 4 weeks).


 S E N I O R   C I T I Z E N ' S   C E N T E R 
Membership: $15 a year       
Daily Meals: $4 for meal, drink & dessert
Activities include: Clinton Bus Ride, $4 to Country Jamboree, 1st, 3rd, 5th Saturday, Other Trips planned during the year, Play Cards, Pitch, Canasta and Dominoes
Fundraisers held to make repairs on Center, Friday of the Cheese Festival, serve Turkey and Dressing and Pie
Honors for the Senior Citizens Center!!!

 Cheyenne Quilting Club meets at the Senior Citizens Center every other Thursday, 8 am til close.

W A T O N G A   M A S O N I C   L O D G E # 5 5 2    
Darrell Parker, Secretary       (580) 623-8666


Mr. Damon Jones, President 580-623-7860
Serving the Children of the World
Summer Youth Programs, Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Support Boy Scouts, Miracle Children's Network, Cheese Festival Booth, Rent Out American Flags and Deliver them on Holidays, Pancake Supper, Baseball Tournaments, Scholarships to HS Seniors

  Kiwanis is a world wide service club of men and women of high moral character, who want to improve their communities. We know that as a group we can accomplish many things that individuals cannot accomplish alone. We attend regular meetings for fellowship and inspiration, and we decide on community services and perform them through our committees. Kiwanis club #1 of Detroit received its charter January 21, 1915. This is regarded as the birthday of Kiwanis. In 1920, Kiwanis adopted its permanent motto, "WE BUILD". Kiwanis International consists of more than 8,000 clubs. Clubs are organized into divisions. We are members of Division 17. The Watonga Club is a very active club with five Past Lt. Governors. Divisions are organized into Districts. We are a member of the Texas-Oklahoma District which is the second largest of all of Kiwanis International. There are 484 clubs and 15,800 members in the District Kiwanis has more than 330,000 members in 84 countries around the world. The Watonga Club was organized on January 20, 1928, so we have no charter members still living. Watonga is typical of many Kiwanis Clubs; we are responsible members of the community who meet weekly to consider the needs of the community. We have four principal fund raising projects each year. We have a booth at the annual Cheese Festival in the Fall, rent out American Flags and display them each holiday, a Pancake Supper, and a Baseball Tournament.


 A M E R I C A N   L E G I O N  
Mr. Jerry Earl Benson, Post Commander      (580) 623-2577
For God and Country to preserve the memories of our Great Wars, to promote peace and Americanism, to safeguard principles of justice, freedom and democracy and to sanctify our comradeship.


 H O M E   &   C O M M U N I T Y   E D U C A T I O N
Joy Rhodes      (580) 623-5195
Santa's Village and Christmas Bazaar --- Blood Drive --- Tooth Fairy Pillows --- County Fair

W A T O N G A   F I R E   A N G E L S
Kelly Cronister      (580) 623-2481
Oklahoma Children's Cancer Association Camp Watonga - Ladies Luncheon and Style Show - First home football game tailgate party - Donations to families in crisis - sponsor a team for Relay for Life We have an open membership and welcome anyone who is interested!

F R I E N D S o f   t h e   F E R G U S O N
Ferguson Mansion website Ms. Sanders      (580) 623-5069
Co-host Christmas Open-House --- Host Special Events at the Home --- Upkeep of Site --- Seek Legislative Support for Site

Mr. Poulson, 623-7300 or Ms. Rhodd, 623-7589 Donate Funds to Community Projects --- Annual Easter Egg Hunt --- Mile Trash Pickup

B E T A   S I G M A   P H I      
For The Best Friends of Your Life
Ms. Williams, President      (580) 623-8757
Cheese Festival Concession Booth --- High School Scholarships --- Positive Reward Program

F R I E N D S   o f    t h e   L I B R A R Y
Terri Crawford      (580) 623-7748
Annual Book Sale --- Assist the Library with Programs Civil Defense Mr. Huff --- 623-7378

Wheatheart Nutrition Center

All Sports Association
Mr. Nelson --- 623-7860

Ms. Tomlinson --- 623-7283

Quest Study Club
Ms. Lesnett --- 623-5974

Ministerial Alliance
Mr. Giles --- 623-7579

Ms. Lucas --- 623-5218

The Official Site of Watonga Main Street
Mr. Shoemaker --- 623-2200

Watonga Hospital Foundation
Alvin Woodruff --- 623-4681

Watonga Academic Excellence
Ms. Beiland --- 623-2501

Ms. Trumbley --- 623-5345

Watonga Youth Coalition
Mr. King --- 623-7821

Watonga Band Boosters
Carol Cowan --- 623-2169