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Air Force Association , P O Box 3147, Enid OK 73702,
(580) 233-3060 , 3rd Thurs, 5 pm,
Vance Officer’s Club and Oakwood Country Club.
305 W Cherokee.
Hazel Kampschroeder, 1113 Ponca, Enid OK 73703, (580) 213-3227 -women only, meet at 6:45 a.m. Wednesdays at Salvation Army, 516 N. Independence.
Enid AM AMBUCS, men only, meet at 7 a.m. Fridays at Ramada Inn, 3005 W. Garriott. for info: J.D. Sarver, (580) 747-9053.
AMBUCS ENID NOON,
Anna Blubaugh, PO Box 406, Enid OK 73702 (580) 233-5025, co-ed, meet at noon Fridays at Oakwood Country Club, 1601 N. Oakwood.
AMBUCS is a non-political, non-sectarian, and represents the highest standards of excellence in the promotion of civic betterment and benevolence. AMBUCS is dedicated to the idea that every responsible individual owes something to the community in which they live.
121 W Oak,
contact: American Legion Post #4, Robert Shaw, PO Box 1123 , Enid OK 73702,
AMVET, Veterans & Military Organization
417 North Grand Street,
Enid, OK 73701-3214.
Phone: (580) 234-5230.
Aquatic Club of Enid,
P O Box 1105 Enid OK 73702.
Steve Megli w: 242-5683
3232 W Britton Rd Ste 200,
Oklahoma City, OK 73120.
Chapter 175, Alpha Epsilon,
, 4150 Timberlane,
Jo Little or Wanna Loo Tabeling.
Cherokee Strip Model Railroad Association for anyone age 14 or older who has an interest in scale model railroading. We have a club layout at Oakwood Mall (opposite the Food Court) which is open to the public on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Our regular club meetings are on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the mall layout. For additional information, contact club member Mike Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cherokee Strip Riding Club
Linda Coleman, Rt 3, Box 251, Enid OK 73703. H: (580) 234-6249 W: 213-9207,
Meet 2nd Monday, Western Sizzlin, 7pm.
Civil Air Patrol
Enid Composite Sqdn,
P O Box 9031
, Vance AFB OK 73705,
Mondays 6:30 pm Vance AFB
. An official auxiliary of the USAF, Richard Fox, Capt
, w: 580 213-6454
, h: 234-4114.
Corvettes of Enid, Ok,
1524 W Maine,
(580) 233-6437, 7:00 pm, first Thursday of each month. Northcutt Chevrolet,
3201 W Garriott. Corvettes of Enid was founded in October of 1992 by a group of individuals who were interested in the maintenance, preservation and restoration of America’s only true two seats sports car and who just wanted to have fun with their cars. The group interested is educating Corvette owners about the heritage of their car and helping them obtain the camaraderie and maximum benefit from Corvette ownership.
Disabled American Veterans
New Name: Northwest Oklahoma DAV (Disabled American Veterans)
New address: 202 W. Walnut Ave
Hours of operation: 9:00 am – 1:00pm M-F
Facebook: Northwest Oklahoma DAV Chapter 66
Downtown Enid AMBUCS,
Join Us -We meet Wednesday at Napoli’s Italian Restaurant, 221 W. Randolph, 12:00 p.m.to 1:00 p.m.
www.downtownenidambucs.com/AMBUCSTM is a group of individuals that are ready to make a difference in their community. Downtown Enid AMBUCSTM have completed the several service projects for the Enid Community and surrounding areas.
Enid Antique Auto Club
Bud Smith, Pres, 1323 W Maine
Enid OK 73703
H: (580) 237-1756
2nd Tues 6:30 pm location varies
Enid Art Association
4125 W Garriott, art gallery Oakwood Mall,
Enid Council of Garden Clubs,
Marjorie Andrews, President,
Enid First Seniors AMBUCS,
co-ed ages 55 and older, meet at 10:30 a.m. the second and fourth Thursday of the month at the Santa Fe Depot, next to Enid Senior Center, 202 W. Walnut.
Beth Gregg PO Box 2185, Enid OK 73702, (580) 237-4319 –
Betty Sturm (580) 237-4636
Enid Gem & Mineral Society,
2614 W Oklahoma. 1st Thursday
Hoover Bldg, Garfield Country Fairgrounds,
Enid Men’s Extension Garden Club,
Robert H Bickerstaff, Pres, (580) 237-0158
Enid Noon Lions – meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday at Ramada Inn on W. Owen K. Garriott. Lions members—men and women—provide immediate and sustained relief in time of disaster and offer long-term assistance to those in need. Lions collect and recycle eyeglasses for distribution in developing countries and treat millions of people to prevent river blindness. Website: www.enidnoonlionsclub.org.
Enid Oklahoma Region, AACA – Antique Automobile Club of America, 1210 Indian Dr, Enid, www.carhopp.net/oklahoma_clubs.htm
Enid Scale Modelers Enid Scale Modelers is a club dedicated to all types of scale model building and welcomes those with an interest in the hobby to join us for our monthly meetings and activities. We meet on the third Saturday of each month at 1:00 p.m. for a short business meeting and extended build session. Feel free to bring a model you’re working on or a recent build to share. Meeting place is the Enid Public Library, second floor, east end of the building. Our members build model cars and trucks, planes, trains, ships, sci-fi, horror figures, military models, space vehicles, and dioramas. Additional information can be obtained through the club’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1401138373431280/.
EPIC (Enid Paranormal Investigators Club Oklahoma.)
Ghost Hunter Alert! Enid has a new Club in town. The Club is E.P.I.C. Oklahoma (Enid Paranormal Investigators Club Oklahoma.) This club is brand new to the Enid area and they are currently looking for members. For more information you can contact Edwin Breitenkamp by email or by phone at (580) 307-5910.
Enid Rotary Club
Enid Rotary is a service club of over 150 Enid Business men and women that meet every Monday at Noon at the Hiland Tower Ballroom. We have a weekly speaker from the community or the state, the meetings helps bring together dedicated individuals to exchange ideas, build relationships, and take action.
Rotary’s motto is Service above Self, our club does many service projects each year. We give support to many other clubs and organizations. The clubs largest fund raiser each year is The Festival of Flavor, where we gather restaurants from throughout Enid so supporters can taste the flavors of Enid.
We are the second largest of 37 clubs in District 5750, the District covers the northwest quadrant of Oklahoma. We invite you to explore how Rotarians make a difference both locally and globally! Check us out of Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EnidRotary , or our web site www.enidrotary.com
If you would like to find out more about the Rotary Club of Enid, Oklahoma please contact any of the Officers, Board Members or Club Members.
Enid Senior Social Center
The RSVP Senior Social Center is open weekdays from 9am – 4pm. All seniors are invited to stop by to snack, watch TV or play games. 202 W. Walnut. Learn more on EnidBuzz.com www.enidbuzz.com/rsvp-senior-social-center/ Enid OK 73701, (580) 234-2806.
Enid Shrine Club (Hospital Transportation)
103 S. 3rd – (580) 237-0010
Enid Soccer Club,
Enid Soccer Club, www.enidsoccer.com focuses on promoting youth recreational and competitive soccer including small-sided or micro games, in Enid, Oklahoma. We are affiliated with USYSA, the Oklahoma Soccer Association.
Enid Speakers of the Plains Toastmasters Club – Meets each Thursday from 7:00 to 8:30 P.M. at Choices Institute, 523 N. Grand. To improve communication and leadership skills. This Club is open to everyone. Through its member clubs, Toastmasters International, a non-profit educational organization, helps men and women learn to listen effectively, think on their feet, and speak confidently in a wide range of situations. Best of all, you’ll practice in a friendly, supportive environment with people who are there for the same reasons you are: to become better communicators and leaders. We invite you to join us as we gain confidence through better speaking. We will be honored to have you with us! Contact: Paul Meyers (580) 237-4505 email@example.com
Club Website: http://enid.freetoasthost.com
Enid Writers Club,
Epsilon Sigma Alpha – Epsilon Beta,
contact: Joan O’Neal,
802 Canary Lane Enid OK 73703
, (580) 234-3333.
Garfield County Genealogists Inc,
P O Box 1106, Enid 73702, second Saturday of the month at 1:30 – 3:00 pm in the Great Plains Room on the second floor at the Enid Public Library.
We are a group of professional and amateur genealogists dedicated to the preservation of our country, state, county, city and family histories. We are located in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma but we have members from many other states. http://www.garfieldokgen.org.
Grand National Quail Club,
P O Box 5039, (580)
233-5682, 514 W Broadway, www.gnqh.org/
The idea itself emerged from a most unlikely setting in the fall of 1966. Around a campfire on a cold fall night high in the Wind River Range of Wyoming, more than 1,000 miles from Enid, United States Senator (then Governor) Henry Bellmon sat chatting with Dr. E.E. Chambers of Enid and Chuck Palmer of Oklahoma City about the famed One-shot Antelope Hunt in which they had just participated. Governor Bellmon observed that Wyoming’s antelope were almost as plentiful as Oklahoma’s quail, and he wondered, “Why couldn’t Oklahoma have a celebrity-type quail hunt? “
Those few words, spoken half in thought, gave birth to an idea that soon would be established as an annual event and tradition in its own right. Back in Enid, Dr. Chambers and Chuck Palmer picked up the idea and worked through the winter developing ideas, objectives and a basic framework. The Grand National is truly a state/community effort consistent with the proud tradition of Oklahoma and its genuine, friendly, progressive people.
Greater Enid Arts & Humanities Council
, P O Box 3834, Gallery of Fine Arts, 126 N Independence,
Celebrating 30 years of community service. Improving the quality of life for Enid by focusing on arts and education.
Greater Enid Young Professionals.
We are a focused organization of young professionals in the Enid area that are looking to better ourselves as individuals and promote the growth and stability of our community through monthly/quarterly programming. We meet the 4th Tuesday of each month. Check the Chamber Community Calendar for location and meeting topics. For more info, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospice Circle of Love’s grief team will offer Coffee Talk, an informal get-together for grief support, beginning at the end of February. The meetings will be 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturdays Feb. 27 through March 27 at Hospice Circle of Love office, 314 S. 3rd. Coffee Talk is open to anyone in the area who is dealing with the loss of a loved one. Unlike the grief support groups Hospice Circle of Love hosts each quarter, Coffee Talk participants will be able to attend as few or as many sessions as they would like. Each week, facilitators will offer suggestions on coping with loss. In addition, those attending will have an opportunity to share their grief experience with others who are going through the same kinds of things. It is not necessary to sign up ahead of time to attend Coffee Talk. For information, call Sharon at (580) 234-2273.
Kiwanis Club of Enid,
12 noon, 2nd & 4th Wednesdays @ Convention Hall, Enid.
We operate and maintain the rides at Meadowlake Park. We founded and have sponsored Little Olympics for over 67 years. All of the money not used to keep up the rides is returned to the community in some fashion such as scholarships, trip support, or donated to other organizations like YMCA, YWCA or Leonardo’s. Enid Kiwanis was chartered in Enid on March 30, 1920. Kiwanis is men and women who serve through an organization with a proven foundation of values and responsibilities that create the framework of building successful community.
“Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.” This is the defining statement of Kiwanis which ties in closely with the motto, “Serving the Children of the World.”
Knights of Columbus,
Catholic Fraternal Organization,
1610 West Willow Road, Enid, OK 73703-2414 . Phone: (580) 234-3141.
Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs (Representatives)
Representatives of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs travel on an itinerant basis offering assistance in all counties throughout the state. Call (918) 397-2568 for an appointment at any of the following sites: Friday: Enid — 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Workforce Center. The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs is to ensure all Oklahoma veterans and their families receive all benefits to which they may be entitled and provide excellent health services and long-term skilled care in a residential environment to all qualified wartime veterans residing in the state.
OSU Alumni Association
Cherokee Strip Chapter
The Cherokee Strip Chapter of the OSU Alumni Association includes Garfield, Grant, Major and Alfalfa counties in northwestern Oklahoma. The chapter has several alumni events each year to raise money for local students going to OSU. The chapter also supports OSU Athletics with watch parties and tailgates.
OU Club of Enid,
The OU Alumni Association is fast on its way to becoming a pacesetter in alumni success and we need your help. Join your local OU Alumni Club and help future students from your area realize what joy a Sooner experience can be. Travel the world as a Sightseeing Sooner with our OU alumni travel program. Send us your announcements, and let fellow alumni know how successful OU graduates are.
Sooner State Kennel Club,
P O Box 5373, Enid, OK 73702, The SSKC’s first annual all-breed dog show was held May 16, 1944 in the Convention Hall. Two judges were present. Fewer than 300 dogs were judged. Dog shows have been held annually in Enid since with entries steadily increasing. In 1973, the Dog Show was moved to Garfield County Fairgrounds when Enid experienced a Flood. Currently the SSKC holds back-to-back dog shows and obedience trials in October, with entries averaging 950 dogs daily. 1997 marked the first year the show was held in the new Chisholm Trail Pavilion.
Sweet Temptationz, Independent,
2809 W Forest,
www.sierraautoproducts.com/carclubs/mini_truck.htm. Mini Trucks – we are Only one of several chapters of “Sweet Temptationz” scattered throughout Oklahoma and surrounding states.
Twisters Car Club,
Independent, P O Box 45, Enid,
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 940
email@example.com. P.O. Box 3483, 1634 S. Madison, (580) 242-3932. Contact Person: Larry Stephens Secretary/Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org . We’re a fairly new chapter but growing fast, like to hear from other local chapters or units of all armed forces during the Vietnam war.
VFW Veterans of Foreign Wars,
621 N Independence,
The Veterans of Foreign Wars has been a voice for our nation’s veterans for more than a century and is the nation’s oldest major veteran’s organization. To America and the world, the letters VFW symbolize volunteerism and community service. We can continue our benevolence only through your contributions.