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A Community that Cares

American Legion Post 167
Assists veterans of all wars, their widows and their children. They give scholarships to community youth and provide other types of community service. 608-643-3625

August Derleth Society
Encourages the study of August Derleth’s work and preserves the memory of this Wisconsin writer, publisher, editor, columnist, naturist, environmentalist and teacher. www.derleth.org

Badger History Group, Inc.
Collects, preserves and shares the history of the Badger Army Ammunition Plant area. www.badgerordnancehistory.org

Community Education Advisory Council
Suggests programs and activities, assists the school district and community in offering services to residents for all ages, helps maintain positive school/community relations, is the ears and eyes of our community, provides feedback from the public and encourages partnerships with schools, communities and businesses. 608-643-8386

Ferry Bluff Eagle Council
Conducts activities involving education, monitoring and management related to the Sauk Prairie area’s wintering eagle population. Aims to ensure the area will meet the needs of eagles far into the future. www.ferrybluffeaglecouncil.org

Friends of the Prairie du Sac Library
Individuals of all ages who feel the library is a valuable community asset coming together to enhance and support the Prairie du Sac Library. 608-643-8318

Friends of the Sauk City Library
We are book lovers, readers, listeners and information seekers of all ages who see the library as an essential community resource. The Friends support the freedom of individuals to read what they wish and work to maintain the public library through community support and by volunteering to help with fundraising and library programs. 608-643-8346

Friends of Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital & Clinics
The goal of this organization is to improve Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital & Clinics through service, education and special projects. 608-643-7257, www.spmh.org

Glacier’s Edge Boy Scout Council
Wisconsin River District serves Sauk Richland, Iowa and western parts of Dane and Columbia counties and eastern parts of Grant with a total of 63 units and 1,400 youth members. Since 1910, Scouting has helped mold the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. 608-273-1005, www.glaciersedge.org

Habitat for Humanity Sauk-Columbia Area Affiliate
Works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. www.hfhsca.org

Kiwanis
Kiwanis, through guidance and example, works to develop future generations of leaders. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. 608-643-6625

Prairie du Sac Library Teen Advisory Board
Supports the Prairie du Sac Library by sharing ideas, providing feedback and helping with library events. 608-643-8318

Prairie Sampler Quilt Club
Promotes the art of quilting. 608-795-4336

River Arts, Inc.
Inspires, enriches and educates the community through the arts. Yearly performances at Sauk Prairie’s River Arts Center, a 500-seat theatre and gallery exhibit space. 608-643-5634, www.riverartsinc.org

Rotary Club of Sauk Prairie
Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. www.saukprairierotary.org

Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society
Dedicated to preserve, advance and disseminate knowledge of the history of the Sauk Prairie area. 608-644-8444, www.saukprairiehistory.org Sauk Prairie Community Club

Promotes and encourages civic welfare in the Sauk Prairie area, especially investing in the youth of our area. 608-643-4236

Sauk Prairie FFA Alumni
Supporting students of the agriculture education program reach their premier leadership, personal growth and career success. 608-643-5960

Sauk Prairie Foundation for Academic Excellence
Provides financial aid in the form of scholarships to be awarded exclusively to Sauk Prairie High School students who have achieved academic excellence and plan to pursue a post-secondary education. www.spffae.org

Sauk Prairie Kids Companion
Provides adult companions for children who may need extra support in their lives. 608-643-8680, www.saukprairiekidscompanion.com

Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital Foundation
Fosters charitable giving that supports the vision of Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital & Clinics, provides sound stewardship of contributions and advances the health of our communities. 608-643-7226

Sauk Prairie Optimist Club
The betterment of youth. “Optimists—Bringing Out the Best in Kids.” 608-643-6958

Sauk Prairie River Project Assoc., Ltd.
Engages the common practice of good stewardship on the Wisconsin River Watershed throughout the Sauk Prairie area for the benefit of the community and its natural resource. www.spriverpal.org

Sauk Prairie Theatre Guild
Provides dramatic opportunities for all, including educational forums, play readings, children’s theatre and dinner theatre. www.sptheatreguild.org

Sauk Prairie United Way
Improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities. www.saukprairieunitedway.org

St. Vincent de Paul
Offers tangible assistance to those in need on a person-to-person basis. 608-643-8905

Wisconsin State Cow Chip Committee
Plans and facilitates the annual Wisconsin State Cow Chip Throw Festival held Friday evening and Saturday of Labor Day weekend. www.wiscowchip.com

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7694
Serving veterans and the community. 608-356-3615

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