Troy on the Move 2016-17

Civic/Social Organizations and More!

Troy Lions Club - Chartered in 1988, a service organization with the motto “We Serve”

National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution - Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than 18 years of age and can prove lineal, bloodline/descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. - Membership is through invitation by a Chapter or by a member-at-large. - Contact Shirley Case - Pets-A-Lone Sanctuary (PALS) - Organized March 1989 as a non-profit animal rescue PALS does not receive any funding from city, county, State or Federal programs. Essentially a no-kill shelter. All animals entering the shelter are taken to the vet and treated for any illness/injury and receive all required vaccinations. If you are looking for a new pet, becoming a volunteer or would like to make a donation, call 636-338-1818 or visit - General meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm at Cuivre River Electric Cooperative. Professional Business Women of Lincoln County - Committed to promoting volunteer- ism, developing potential in women and improving Lincoln County communities through the effective action and leadership of its volunteers. - Raintree Arts Council - Bringing the arts to Lincoln/Pike counties. - For more information on classes, exhibits and more visit agency, PALS is a 501c3 charity license by the State of Missouri.

- Mission: “To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people from humanitarian needs by providing voluntary service through community and international cooperation.” - Meets the first/third Tuesday of each month. Call for location - For more information, contact Altha Marsh at 636-399-5118. Troy Masonic Lodge #34 - Chartered October 13, 1841, meetings are held the 1st/3rd Monday of each month at 7pm at the Troy MasonLodge, 611 S. Main Street, Troy, Missouri. - The mission of Freemasonry is to: Be a quality organization that provides its members opportunities to develop their spiritual, character and leadership potential; Be serviceable to our members and their families by providing support and assistance in a variety of forms; Provide members and their families with opportunities for fellowship and friendship with other like-minded individuals; Be serviceable to the community at large by Lodge participation in civic/charitable activities; and through the honest, fair and courteous actions of individual members. - Contact Herschel Higgins for information at 636-383-2481. Missouri Veterans History Project (MVHP) - Honors American war veterans by preserving the stories of their service to our country. - Oral history interviews, memoirs, wartime diaries, offical military documents, photographs, maps and more are collected for the Library of Congress, Missouri State Historical Society and Troy Powell Library. The veteran participating also receives a copy. - To participate in providing first-person accounts of military service during the time frame of WWII to conflicts in Iran and Afghanistan, contact coordinator Roger Kiesey at 314-369-7747.

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