Men's and Ladies' Golf Leagues
Men's League: (Every Tuesday 6:00 PM)
April 11th-September 5th
Women's League: (Every Thursday 6:00 PM)
April 16th- September 10th
For more information or to sign up a team, please contact:
Arrowhead Meadows Clubhouse
Medicine Valley Archery Club
The Medicine Creek Archery Club is an organization dedicated to ethical bow hunting, outdoor family entertainment and promoting fellowship among the fraternity of archers and bow hunters. Our field range is located 2 miles north of Maywood, Nebraska in a picturesque wooded canyon in the Medicine Creek Valley. We upgrade our range and collection of 3D targets continually, but currently have twenty 3D targets.
Weekly Night to be determined.
$5/person weekly. Half the entry fees will be awarded to the winners every week and the other half will be put away for the end of the season tournament. Partners are drawn weekly. 100% payback!
For more information, contact:
Girl Scouts Troop 10199
Girl Scouts is an organization created to help evolve the girls of our community into leaders. Our main focus is living the Girl Scout Law to the best of our ability. We work throughout the year earning badges, fundraising, going to exciting new places, learning about different cultures.
Meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Curtis Community Center.
Daisy and Brownie (grades K-3) meet from 4:00 PM-5:30 PM.
Junior and Cadette (grades 4 and up) meet from 6:00 PM-7:30 PM.
For more information, or to join, contact:
Co-Ed Volleyball League
First Sunday of December- Last Sunday of February at the Curtis Community Center.
For more information, contact:
Youth Baseball League
Between the end of May and the End of June/beginning of July, the Mill Park baseball diamond houses youth baseball. Kindergarten thru 7th grade are welcome to participate for the season.
For more information, or to sign up, please contact:
Trap and Sporting Clay League
Mondays 6 p.m.
"Service above self."
A non-profit organization involved in lcoal, district, and international projects. They provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
Meetings are held at Noon, every Thursday, at the Twisted Mare.
For more information, or to become a member, contact:
Jolyn Richardson: 308-650-1677
Diane Herman: 308-539-4904
4-H Youth Development
4-H is a community of young people, ages 5-19, across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a
Traditional clubs, camps, after school groups, school enrichment, and other programs/events are all ways youth can be involved with the 4-H Program. Over 150 projects are available to 4-H youth.
4-H prepares young people for higher education and potential careers. 4-H does this by emphasizing life skills, such as critical thinking; problem solving; respecting self, others, and the environment; communication; serving others; choosing healthy lifestyles; and managing change and challenges.
4-H youth and their family members are encouraged to attend meetings together. Work on projects can take place at home– in the yard or around the kitchen table– with guidance from Mom or Dad, an older brother or sister, a neighbor, friend, or other adult. 4-H members need support and encouragement of their families. Growing together through 4-H enhances family strengths.
Enroll by April 15th at ne.4honline.com
For additional information, please contact:
Nebraska Extension Office- Frontier County
Meetings are TBA.
For more information or to find out when a meeting is please contact:
Eli Nutt (308)367-7190
American Legion Curtis Post #95
Current Post Officers:
Laision for Sons of Legion:
Named after Corporal Carl Heath (killed in action during WWI), the post in an integral part of the legion family which includes The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, the Sons of the American Legion, and the Legion Riders.
Our post is actively involved in the community.
The Legion offers scholarships for high school students, boys state, providing Color Guard for football, basketball, and baseball. They also provide Color Guard and Firing Squad for funerals, Memorial Day Services at Curtis, Moorefield, and Stockville cemeteries, Veteran's Day Program at MVHS, and Fall Festival Parade, among other things.
Meetings are held the third Monday of every month at the Curtis Community Center.
We take pride in our veterans and would welcome any new members.
The American Legion Auxiliary is a group consisting of female relatives of military service men that are member of the American Legion. They help to support the programs of the legion.
Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at the Curtis Community Center.
Sons of the Legion
An organization for sons & grandsons of the Legion members.
Meetings are held the third Monday of every month.
For more information, please contact:
For information regarding the PEO, please contact:
"We Serve" is the Lions Club mission! We have been serving the Maywood community and surrounding areas for over 60 years!
To become a member, or for additional information, please contact:
NCTA community service required of students
Curtis Community Center Board
City Park Board and committee
Fall Festival Committee
Easter Pageant - 100% Volunteers
Curtis Gun Club board of directors and operations
McCook Community Hospital-FROGS
Hometown Christmas Celebration Committee
MV Booster Club
Curtis Trail Committee
American Legion Post
Legion Auxiliary post
Frontier County Food Pantry
Curtis Volunteer Ambulance Squad
Curtis Volunteer Fire Department
Medicine Creek Chamber of Commerce
Curtis United Methodist Church
Berean Bible Church
St. James Catholic Church
St. John Luther Church