Business Category: Organizations

American Legion

Since WWI the American Legion has provided an information base for veteran affairs as well as many volunteer activities within the Lincoln community. The American Legion sponsors Boys and Girls State sponsors the local baseball team and provides military services at funerals of veterans. The American Legion Hall also serves as the voting location for Sylvan …

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Beverly Community Club

The club has a Turkey Shoot fundraiser every year to help support activities for children. They have a Halloween and a Christmas party, as well as an Easter Egg Hunt for children in the community. P.O. Box 53Beverly, KS 67423 

Boy Scouts

The local troops are in the Coronado Area Council and are part of 32 counties. The council has more than 3,700 youth participants with nearly 1,500 volunteers. 785-827-4461

Crispin Antiquarian Foundation

The Crispin Antiquarian Foundation has been organized as a tax exempt, not-for-profit institution to preserve and promote the history of scouting and other youth organizations and to promote and improve public understanding of the science, technology and history of pharmacy. The Drug Store Museum and the Post Rock Scout Museum are open most afternoons and …

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Denmark Dames Club

The group meets once a month and have one fundraiser a year. With the proceeds of the bake sale, which is held on opening day of pheasant season, they donate to several Lincoln County organizations. 1266 E. Pike DrLincoln, KS 67455 785-277-3825 (Main)

Finch Theatre

The Finch Theatre began as a community project that addressed the Lincoln County residents’ desire for an entity that would not only meet entertainment needs but serve as a location where individuals of all ages could enjoy the company of others while cultivating the arts. Services they provide include weekend movie showings, the option of …

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Friends of the Lincoln Carnegie Library

The Friends goal is to help support the work of the Library’s Board of Trustees as they strive to keep the library functional and innovative. 203 S. 3rd StLincoln, KS 67455 785-524-4034

Girl Scouts

The Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland services more than 15,000 girls and adults in 80 Kansas counties. The program encourages increased skill building and responsibility among its members. The program also promotes the development of strong leadership and decision making skills. 785-827-3679 (Main)

Knights of Columbus

Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s organization that promotes religious life and provides community service for local charities such as Vacation Bibile School CCD Education and St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. They host a free throw competition and annual Shrimp Dinner to raise money for St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. They also donate money to Birth …

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Lincoln Alumni Association

P.O. Box 15Lincoln, KS 67455 785-738-5388

Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce

Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce logo

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce is a top information source for Lincoln County. If anyone is looking for a historical site or just trying to locate a place to stay for the weekend, the Chamber of Commerce is the place to go for information. The organization was formed in 1954 and the goal has …

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Lincoln Area Humane Society

The Lincoln Area Humane Society (LAHS) began with a few local citizens gathering to discuss their concerns regarding the welfare of animals in the county.  Awareness of the LAHS has grown as we continue to spread information about the services we offer.  Our mission statement is to improve the lives of animals and people through …

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Lincoln Arts Center / Lincoln Arts & Humanities Foundation

The main gallery of the Lincoln Art Center hosts exhibitions by local, state and regional artists. They offer art workshops and classes year round. Hours: Tuesday – Friday: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. 126 E Lincoln Ave.Lincoln, KS 67455 785-524-3241 (Main)

Lincoln Business Women

The group meets monthly (except July) on the 3rd Monday at the LC Hospital Conference room. It is for women who work (or have retired) in business in the county. They have one fund-raiser every year on the first Saturday in November. The proceeds are given to local organizations including the hospital, library, food bank, …

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Lincoln County 4-H Clubs

There are many different 4-H Clubs: Salt Creek Jr. Sunflower, Westfall Winners and Bullfoot/Sylvan. Contact the Extension Office for more information. 216 E. LincolnLincoln, KS 67455 785-524-4432 (Main)

Lincoln County Economic Development Foundation

We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the economic and lifestyle opportunities for all county residents and businesses. We assist individuals looking to open their own business or grown their existing one.  We collaborate with local governments, community organizations, and volunteers on important issues such as improving housing opportunities, developing travel and …

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Lincoln County Historical Society

Lincoln County Historical Society Museum Complex

The Lincoln County Historical Society was organized in 1940 to collect and preserve historical material from the area and to promote the heritage of Lincoln County and its citizens. The main museum provides exhibits, programs, and educational tours. Winter Hours are Wednesday 1 to 4 p.m., Thursday 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. by donation. Donations go towards …

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Lincoln County Hospital & Health Care Foundation

“The mission of the Lincoln County Hospital & Health Care Foundation is to strengthen community health care and insure that Lincoln County Hospital remains a viable institution into the future by encouraging philanthropy.” The Lincoln County Hospital & Health Care Foundation (LCH&HCF) was established in January of 2006. In October of the same year, the …

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Lincoln County Hospital Auxiliary

The vision of the Auxiliary is to provide modern hospital facilities to meet the health care needs of the rapidly growing and changing area to improve healthcare with their annual Soup Supper & Sale on the first Friday of October.

Lincoln County – Sylvan Grove Fair Association

The association oversees the annual county fair in Lincoln County. 2016 Officers: President – Thomas Carney Vice-President – Ronald Nelson Secretary – Steve Simmons Treasurer – Jodi K. Nelson 301 S MainSylvan Grove, KS 67481 

Lincoln Golf Club

The Lincoln Golf Course is a 9-hole sand green course featuring an undulating layout with both uphill and downhill fairways and elevated tee-boxes. The course has recently undergone significant upgrades with members and volunteers improving tee-boxes, fairways, and greens. The golf course’s club house is available for rent for private parties or family gatherings and …

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Lincoln Lions Club

The Lincoln Lions Club primary goal is to assist youth with financial aid for vision therapy. They meet the 2nd & 4th Monday from September to May at 6:30 p.m. for a dinner meeting at the Lincoln Golf Country Club. P.O. Box 282Lincoln, KS 67455 

Lincoln PRIDE Program

The Lincoln PRIDE Program is a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to improving our community by fostering a sense of pride among residents.  Projects thus far have been to create a Volunteer of the Month program, planting flowers in the city park, and recognizing residents who take care of their yards. The Lincoln PRIDE Program is always …

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Lincoln Recreation Department

The Lincoln Recreation Department offers an abundance of programs for the Youth, Adults and Seniors alike. Our aim is for varied, enjoyable year-round programs and interesting, fun-filled activities. The Lincoln Recreation Department also organizes the Annual Post Rock Classic Run 5K Run, 2-mile walk and children’s runs: 100 yard dash, “Down the Block” and “Around …

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Live Healthy Lincoln County

Live Healthy Lincoln County (LHLC) is a new coalition of organizations and businesses that are joining together to improve the health and well-being of our residents. Much of the coalition’s efforts are aimed at implementing projects to prevent obesity, diabetes, heart disease and strokes along with encouraging physical activity and healthy eating. The LHLC coalition …

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Pheasants Forever Post Rock Ringnecks #635

The local chapter is dedicated to the Conservation of Pheasants, quail, and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public awareness, education and land management policies and programs. Youth mentor programs providing education awareness offered are: summer fishing clinic held in June and Pheasant Hunt held on Kansas Youth Hunt weekend. Hunter education class offered in October each year. Annual …

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Post Rock Community Foundation

The PRCF was founded on February 1, 2010, evolving from the Sylvan Area Foundation (which started in 2002) to serve as a vehicle for charitable giving benefiting the entire Lincoln County community and those served by USD #298 and USD #299. P.O. Box 62Sylvan Grove, KS 67455 785-526-7188

Sylvan Historical Society

Sylvan Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history and heritage of the Sylvan Grove area. The organization sponsors demonstrations which have featured antique machinery and women’s vintage baseball.

Sylvan Lions Club

The Sylvan Lions Club has been serving the Sylvan community for 53 years. This organization is for men and women. They sponsor various events in the local school and the community such as donating money to the Sylvan Baseball team being a sponsor for the Sylvan Cookies baseball team taking tickets at all home sporting …

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The Radish Patch (Lincoln’s Community Garden)

Our Mission:  Grow good food. Cultivate relationships. Produce healthy and wholesome happenings. Founded in 2012, annually 20+ volunteers produce 2000+ pounds of organic produce, most is donated to local organizations.    Everyone can participate: 1) Have your own garden for a small fee – we can teach you how 2) Help in the community veggie plots …

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Vesper Community Center

First Saturday of each month Bingo and Special Entertainment.  Doors open at 5:30 pm; Burgers served at 6:00 pm; Bingo called at 7:00 pm The former Vesper school building/gym is rent-able  for community events. Seating for small groups to large groups. For rental of building, please contact Sharon Dohe at 785-526-7783 or 785-577-0650. 1247 North 120th …

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VFW Auxiliary Post #7928

VFW Auxiliary meet  2nd Tuesday of each month 7:00 p.m. VFW Hall The Auxiliary is in charge of the Stop and Shop store. They are open Tuesday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. All proceeds are donated to the area schools, the Department of KLAVFW, the food bank, …

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VFW Post #7928

The Veterans of Foreign Wars has a rich tradition in enhancing the lives of millions through its community service programs and special projects. They provide scholarships to both schools in the county. They meet the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 8 p.m. The VFW Hall is also used for community events. 144 S. 4thLincoln, KS 67455 785-524-4535