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Benton County Above the Influence
4722443 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Visit us Online
To reduce underage drinking and drug use in Benton County.
Description: We are a county-wide group of parents, law enforcement, educators, civic group representatives, non profit representatives, youth and interested community members who are engaged in efforts to reduce underage drinking and drug use. We do this through social marketing campaigns, policy change, and education for youth and adults. We meet monthly on the third Thursday from 12-1 p.m., location varies.
Old Creamery Nature Trail
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Promotion and Maintenance of the Old Creamery Nature Trail
Description: We are always looking for volunteers to help with trail upkeep and promoting the great resource that we have here in Benton County. In 2010, we have some exciting plans. Our first goal is to increase awareness of the trail which we hope increases the use of it. We are in the planning stages of a possible bike ride later in the summer as well as t-shirt sells to help raise funds for the upkeep. As of now, 100% of the maintenance of this trail is through donations and volunteers.
Early Arts Study Club
Description: The club was formed in September of 1936 to study various art forms. The group meets the 3rd Monday of each month at 2:00 p.m. The area of study various according to the members in the club who present a program according to the topics of interests. Activities include a Fall Trip, as well as a Guest Day in May.
Boy Scouts of America
3609575 • BoyScouts@VintonBBS.com
To prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Description: Since 1933, Troop 47 of Vinton has helped teenage boys learn values and leadership skills by providing a variety of fun and challenging opportunities. The Troop currently has weekly meetings and monthly campouts, plus a week-long summer camp and a week-long "high adventure" trip each summer. Recent high adventure trips have been to locations such as the Colorado Rocky Mts and the Boundary Waters Canoe Access Wilderness.
Parkinson's Support Group
4722060 • firstname.lastname@example.org
To offer support, caring, and education on Parkinson's Disease.
Description: The Parkinson's Support Group is excited to announce enhanced programs, scheduled meetings, and more support for people with Parkinson's and their loved ones! The group is meeting at Windsor Manor Assisted Living Community the 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:30pm. The meeting takes place in the dining room and new members are welcome. Refreshments provided. Contact Bethany Clemenson at 319-472-2060 for more information.
4752318 • info@GoVS.us • Visit us Online
To expand access to higher education by involving and assisting the community in supporting VS graduates with scholarships.
Description: GoVS(Generating Opportunities for Viking Scholars) is a local non-profit organization affiliated with the Vinton-Shellsburg Community School District Foundation which is a 501(c)3 corporation. The purpose of this organization is to support graduates of Vinton-Shellsburg Community School District by providing scholarships through conducting fund raising activities during the year and receiving contributions/donations/endowments to help provide such scholarships.
HACAP North Benton Head Start
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Helping people develop skills to become successful and build strong communities.
Description: Located at 202 East 4th Street in Vinton, Head Start provides quality preschool and childcare for 3-5 year old children and support services for their families. The program focuses on children from low-income households as well as children with disabilities. Head Start is licensed by the Iowa Department of Human Services, accredidated by the National Association of the Education of Young Children, and follows the Head Start Performance Standards. Full and part day slots are available. We are always taking applications.
Benton County Empowerment
4724543 • Visit us Online
Description: The Benton County Early Childhood Area offers services and referrals to families throughout the county with children ages 0-5. The focus of the organization is to ensure that children enter school happy, healthy and ready to learn. As we will be continually updating our site content and links to other pages, we encourage your feedback so we can include the types of information and links that would be most useful to you. For more information on the Benton County Early Childhood Area or the other service resources available in the county.
VFW POST 8884
5731859 • firstname.lastname@example.org
To preserve and strengthen comradeship amoung its members,to assist worthy comrades; to perpetuate the memory and history of our dead and to assist their widows and orphans.
Description: We are a COUNTY veterans service organization. The meetings are the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at the US BANK COMMUNITY BUILDING, 414 A Ave. in Vinton. We have no post home at this time. We are an active post with VETS IN THE CLASSROOM, VOICE of DEMOCRACY, and various community based events. Membership dues are $27.00/yr.We encourage veterans to come to a meeting. Eligibility to belong to the VFW is having served overseas in a war zone or conflict where you received combat pay.We are also looking for ladies to join our auxililary.
Survivors of Benton County
Purpose/Mission is: to bring area women together in the battle against breast cancer and to provide relief to those who suffer from its effects now. Survivors of Benton County is here to empower
women and to encourage a survivor to “Be a Thriver”!
Description: Survivors of Benton County is a group of women who have gone, or are going through, the same traumatic life experience…..Breast Cancer. We are here to advance the awareness of breast cancer and to educate the public about the support available in Benton County, to also support other personnel, individuals and organizations that share in the goal of helping breast cancer patients. We are SURVIVORS. We’re a group of women that get together monthly to eat, laugh, share stories about our experiences, but most importantly, talk about life. Our members want to encourage others to be proactive through awareness of breast cancer, to promote being checked regularly and therefore to save lives with early detection. We are here to provide nurturing support services, education, direct assistance, and financial aid. We meet the first Tuesday of each month. Check Vinton Today for time and place. For more information feel free to contact: Angie Tharp. 472-2994 Lisa Staab 472-5255 Janet Woodhouse 472-4862 Lu Karr 472-3130
VFW LADIES AUXILIARY 8884
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The mission of this organization shall be fraternal,patriotic,historical,&educational;to assist the POSTS and members thereof of The VFW of The USA, and its own members whenever possible; to maintain true allegiance to The Government of The USA and fideli
Description: Our VFW Ladies Auxiliary meets The 2nd Sunday of every month at US BANK COMMUNITY BUILDING, 414 A Ave. in Vinton. Please join us if interested. We LIVE BY OUR MOTTO: "HONOR THE DEAD BY HELPING THE LIVING" PLEASE CONTACT JEANETTE HENRY VFW LADIES AUXILIARY-PRESIDENT 8884
Dean or Valerie Close
2024126 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Visit us Online
Our mission is simply to gather all the news relevant to Vinton Iowa, and to distribute it in a timely manner.
Description: Vinton Today is operated by Dean and Valerie Close, based out of 305 1st. Ave. Vinton, Iowa 52349. Vinton Today is staffed by: Dean Close, Editor Dean is an award winning writer and has been in the journalism field for over 20 years. Most recently he was part of a team the created an award winning website recognized by the Iowa Newspaper Association. Valerie Close, Editor Valerie has worked behind the scenes for the past 20 plus years in the journalism field. Her experience includes everything from writing to the front desk. Either may be contacted in the following manner: Cell: 202-4126 Email: VintonToday@hotmail.com Mail: P.O. Box 7, Vinton, Iowa 52349 To drop off information for the website, feel free to stop in at Monkeytown,305 1st. Ave. Vinton, Iowa 52349 OR give us a call to meet!
Sheriff's Department Crimestopper 866-530-5955
Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church
Pastor Mark C. Urlaub
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Description: The mission of Bethlehem Lutheran Church, a fellowship of Christian believers is: To worship together and to proclaim the word of God\'s love and saving grace. To receive the forgiveness of sins through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. To share in the joys and in the sufferings of our fellow members exercising patience and forgiveness. To reach out and intentionally welcome others. To provide an education program to encourage our spiritual growth. To serve the Lord by sharing our gifts of time, talent, and treasure. To do all things in the name of Jesus Christ description: Sunday Worship is at 9:00 AM, with Holy Communion on the first and third Sundays of the month.
Benton County Board of Supervisors
Benton County Auditor
4722365 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The Board meets on Tuesday mornings (9:00 a.m. to noon) If you want to speak with the board,you are more than welcome. Please contact the Auditor's office to schedule a time. Board agendas are posted by 9:00 a.m. on the Monday immediately prior to the meeting, you must be on their schedule before then.