New Hampton Service Organizations
Alpha Delta Kappa
Contact person - Joy Hall - 407 Ashland, PO Box 414, New Hampton 641-394-5305
Alpha Zeta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa
This is an international Honorary Sorority for women educators. The purpose of our organization is to give recognition to outstanding women in education; to provide fraternal fellowship among women in the teaching profession, which will add to their effectiveness in promoting excellence in education; to promote high standards of education and thereby strengthen the status and advancement of the teaching profession; to promote educational and charitable projects and activities, sponsor scholarships, to further and maintain worthy standards in the field of education and to cooperate with worthy community projects relating to education and charities; and to contribute to world understanding, goodwill, and peace through an international fellowship of women education's united in the ideals of education. We meet the first Thursday of each month throughout the school year.
American Cancer Society
Contact person - Kathy Huegel - 946 E. Main Street, New Hampton
Contact person - Don Dixon - 2170 Jasper Ave, New Hampton - 394-3423
American Legion Auxiliary
Contact person - Jane Finnegan - 522 W. Hamilton, New Hampton - 394-2388
Beta Sigma Phi Council
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Boy Scouts of America
Contact person - Ron Preistley
Carnegie Cultural Center
Contact person - Juanita Anderson - 7 N. Water Avenue, New Hampton
Contact Person - Marilyn Wegner - 510 North Linn Ave, New Hampton
The Catholic Daughters is a National organization founded in 1903; the Court in New Hampton was started over 80 years ago. The Catholic Daughters strives to embrace the principle of faith working through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all. Membership in this organization raises an awareness, and a consciousness about many issues. They especially strive to aid the needy in the community. They are involved in spiritual enhancement, the quality of life, youth, education, legislative issues, and many local and other worthwhile charitable projects. For instance, in April, they sponsor the Alzheimer's Drive in the community, helping fund the "safe return" kits that are available through the Alzheimer's Association. You need only be 18 years old and a practicing Catholic to become a member of this great charitable organization. They currently have over 98 members; and welcome all interested ladies of the community to join. They meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Hines Hall in the St. Joseph Center.
Chickasaw County Cattlemen
Contact Person - Dan Speicher - 2631 190th Street, New Hampton
Chickasaw Athletic Booster Club
Contact person - Connie Boyd - 324 Alta Ave, New Hampton
The Chickasaw Booster Club is here to support and assist our student athletes in grades K-12. We have our meetings the fourth Monday of every month (if there are no conflicts with sports schedules) at 7:00 in the High School cafeteria. If you would like more information please call Connie Boyd. GO CHICKASAWS!!!
Chickasaw County Genealogical Society
Contact person - Jannette Hendricks - 605 Rural Street, New Hampton
Chickasaw County Dairy Producers
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Chickasaw County Extension Council
Contact person - Larry Tupper - 2430 Fayette Avenue, Ionia
Chickasaw County 4-H
Contact person - Cala Westergard
The mission of 4-H is to help youth become self-directing, contributing members of society. The 4-H Youth Program continues to offer opportunities for youth to practice life skills, the learned abilities they need to develop successful attitudes and behaviors for life. The 4-H youth development program is based on experiential learning, the idea that people learn best by practicing new information in real life situations, and reflecting on (thinking about) that experience. Involvement in 4-H over a period of time provides youth with many opportunities to learn and to practice important information and skills. Visit the 4-H Hotline web page at www.extension.iastate.edu:80/Pages/chickasaw/ or the State 4-H web page www.exnet.iastate.edu/
Chickasaw County Crop Improvement Association
Contact person - Shannon Maloy - 1122 Fayette Avenue, Ionia
Chickasaw County Ducks Unlimited
Contact person - Brian Moore - 107 Pine Street, New Hampton
Chickasaw County Ducks Unlimited is part of a large National organization that raises money for land acquisition, habitat development, equipment purchases, etc. All acquisitions and developments emphasize wetland habitat improvement for waterfowl. In Chickasaw County, we hold an annual banquet in March to do our part in the fund raising effort. Contact Brian Moore at 641-394-4714 or email@example.com
Chickasaw County Historical Society
Contact person - Lynn Edson - 3009 Gilmore Avenue, Ionia
The Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum, located in the old town of Bradford, is a unique mixture of displays. Some of the items and buildings date back to the 1850's. A lot of the items were used daily from the 1850's - 1940's. We give guided tours Monday - Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and on Sunday from 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. May - October. Come and enjoy reminiscing and learning with us!
Chickasaw County Ladies Ducks Unlimited
Contact person - Jan Pacovsky - 956 E. Main Street, New Hampton
Chickasaw County Pork Producers
Contact person - Jim Schwickerath - 1945 Kenwood Avenue, New Hampton
Contact person - Paul Nelson - 22 W. Logan Street, New Hampton
Chickasaw Social Concerns
Contact person - Mrs. George Jerdee - 1571 Pembroke Avenue, New Hampton
Chickasaw Wrestling Club
Contact person - Chris Denner - 2590 205th St, New Hampton - 394-5720
Chickasaw Wrestling Club provides basic wrestling instructions to youth in grades K-6 with certified coaches.
Child Care Resource and Referral of Northeast Iowa
Contact person - Sara Smoot - 1-800-475-0804
Assists with helping families locate child care, as well as technical assistance and training for child care providers.
Contact person - Theresa Klobassa - 622 N. Linn Avenue, New Hampton
Comprehensive Systems, Inc. is an accredited, community-based, private, non-profit Iowa Corporation providing residential and employment services to individuals with special needs. Since 1970, Comp Systems has supported adults and children in various programs located in Northeast Iowa. Comp Systems currently serves 200 individual sin residential programs and 175 in vocational services. Quality staff members assist individuals to develop skills necessary to live and work as independently as possible. Comp Systems currently employs approximately 475 individuals. Please visit their web site for more information: www.compsystems.org
Contact person - Jeff Macon, 511 E. Main St., New Hampton - (319) 239-6663 (cell) Visit their web site at: www.pack48nh.webs.com
Contact person - Rick Holthaus - 1119 Dunham, Alta Vista
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
Contact person - Jim Russ - 710 W. Main Street, New Hampton
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by development their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. Visit their web site at www.aea1.k12.ia.us/nhmpt/HIGH/cluborg/FFA/ffamis.html
Friends of St. Joseph's School
Contact person - Lori Gorman - 322 Croell Drive, New Hampton
Parents who have students attending St. Joseph Community School and other interested individuals form the group called The Friends of St. Joseph School. Members are invited to attend meetings the third Monday of each school month to help plan activities or find out ways we can help the school and teachers with their functions. Donations and various fund raisers help the group assist the school with technology, bus transportation funding for field trips, library needs, P.E. equipment, teacher meals during conference time, the school birthday party, and other fun and educational events.
Contact person - Esther Anderson - 2426 IA Hwy. 24, New Hampton
Contact person - Pastor Rod Ankrom - 394-4380
FW Friends (K-6th grade) - meets Sept.-April, Wed. at 4 p.m.
Zero Gravity (7th-12th grade) - Wed. at 7 p.m.
Tools of Hope - helps people with home repair projects
Contact person - Denise Webster - P.O. Box 429, New Hampton
Join the Club! The Heritage Club! Fun and fellowship for folks age 55 & Better. Membership entitles you to a host of benefits designed just for you. Contact Denise Webster at First Citizens National Bank - 641-394-3185 for more details.
Holy Family Parish, St. Joseph Center, St. Mary Center, & Rosary Society
Contact - Holy Family Parish, 394-2105
Contact person - Mark Schwickerath - 2069 170th Street, New Hampton
Knights of Columbus
Contact person - Robert Brincks - 2082 170th Street, New Hampton
President - Jim Carr - 317 Western Ave, New Hampton - 394-3279
Club meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30 P.M. at the Pinicon Restaurant in New Hampton.
Major fund-raising projects:
Annual Pancake Breakfast - 2nd Sunday in March
Annual Junior Wrestling Tournament 2nd Saturday in December
Contributions of over $250,000 + labor for local projects including numerous picnic shelters and other facilities at local parks, 4-$500 scholarships to New Hampton High School graduates each year, Iowa Lions Sight Saving contribution each year, organized and sponsored new Lions Club in Cresco in 1999.
Contact Person - Heinz Engel - 412 Ashland Avenue, New Hampton
Mercy Medical Center Auxiliary
Contact person - Jennifer Montieth - 308 North Maple, New Hampton - 394-4121
New Hampton Education Association
Contact Person - Barb Havlik - 10605 Crane Creek Rd, Elma IA - 641-393-2553
The New Hampton Education Association (NHEA) is the professional educators' organization representing all of the teachers in the New Hampton Community School District. An affiliate of the Iowa State Education Association, NHEA's primary purpose is to promote quality public education.
New Hampton Ministerial Association
Contact Person - Father Mark Osterhaus, Holy Family Parish - 394-2105
New Hampton Music Boosters
Contact Person - Joanne Tupper - 2430 Fayette Ave, Ionia, IA - 394-2386
The New Hampton Music Parents group provides financial support for activities for middle school and high school students who participate in band and vocal music. Parents also offer assistance, upon request, to the instructors of these music programs.
New Hampton Rotary Club
President - Kris Markham - 251 S. Locust Ave, New Hampton - 394-2746
Club meets each Thursday at 12:00 Noon at the Pinicon Restaurant in New Hampton.
NHHS Student Senate
Contact person - Michelle Kipp - 710 W. Main Street, New Hampton - 394-2144
New Hampton Women of Today
Contact person - Barb Kuhn - 511 Wilson, New Hampton
Contact person - Brad Schwickerath - 641-394-4410
Contact person - Francie Crawford - 308 N. Maple Avenue, New Hampton
Redeemer Ladies Aid
Contact person - Carol Volker - 515 North Pleasant Hill, New Hampton
Contact person - Shelly Speltz - 2069 Panora Ave., New Hampton
Contact person - Jan Pacovsky - 956 E. Main Street, New Hampton, 394-4534
Contact person - June Sweitzer - c/o Trinity 223 S. Water Avenue, New Hampton, 394-2552
Trinity Youth Group
Contact person - Pastor Kevin Frey - c/o Trinity 223 S. Water Avenue, New Hampton - 394-2552
UCC Women's Fellowship
Contact person - Donna Willadsen - 203 N. Linn Avenue, New Hampton, 394-4608
United Fund, New Hampton Area United Fund
Contact person - Lawrence Jensen - 424 West Spring Street - New Hampton,
Contact person - Derwin Robinson - 407 North Walnut, New Hampton - 394-3718