ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA)
Meetings at Pershing County Community Center on Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. For more information please call (775) 442-0061 or (775) 273-2256.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA)
Meetings at Pershing County Community Center on Wednesday at noon and Fridays at 7:00 p.m. For more information please call (775) 442-0061 or (775) 273-2256.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS (AARP)
Meetings held at the Senior Center at 630 Western Ave. 273-2291 Meetings held the 3rd Sunday of the month at 1:30 p.m.
AMERICAN YOUTH SOCCER ORGANIZATION
McDougal Sports Complex Contact: 273-1808 An “everyone plays” organization. Ages 4-1/2 and up are encouraged to participate.
BETA SIGMA PHI-NU CHAPTER
1386-1/2 Elmhurst Assistance with continuing education, scholarships donations and non-profit assistance to community. Membership by invitation only.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TROOP 99
Meetings held at LDS Church. Activities include recreation and social activities for youths and community. Ages 11-18.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TROOP 890
Meetings at the middle school multi-purpose room, Tuesday evenings, 6:00 p.m. Ages 11-18. Sponsored by Lovelock Lions Club.
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
535 Western Ave., P.O. Box 1166 273-2041 Provides AIDS counseling, education, testing. Cancer screening. Handicapped children’s services and special children clinics. Dental health. Family planning and other community health services. Hours: Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. All persons are eligible. Minimal fee for services.
COOPERATIVE EXTENSION, UNR
810 6th St. Provides variety of education and research programs in agriculture, youth development and community needs. Cooperative effort between the Extension office, the USDA, UNR and Pershing County. For more information or for questions please contact Steve Foster at 273-2923. 4-H Clubs -Contact Marianne Papa, 273-2923.
A promotional organization for high school seniors in agriculture and various donations to non-profit organizations.
CUB SCOUTS OF AMERICA, PACK 99
Meetings held at LDS Church Recreational and social activities for youth, community service projects. Meetings held weekly with monthly camp outs. Ages 8-10.
CUB SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TROOP 890
Meetings held at Lovelock Elementary School multipurpose room on Thursdays at 6:00 PM. Ages 1st grade to 5th grade. Sponsored by Lovelock Lions Club.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, AERIE 1557
Eagles Hall, 590 Comell Ave., P.O. Box 396 273-1932 or 273-2195 A community outreach lodge for scholarships, youth and school programs. Meetings 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month. Males 18 and older.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, AERIE 1557 LADIES AUXILIARY
Eagles Hall, 590 Comell Ave., P.O. Box 396 273-1932 or 273-2195 A women’s organization that supports charities nationwide. We offer support to the men’s lodge and assist in their fundraisers. Meetings 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month. Females 18 and older.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
P.O. Box 781, 1125 Central Ave. 775-273-2216 Friends supports projects and programs of the library. Fund raisers are the Friends’ Book Nook located in the Library and Friends’ Community Christmas Fair held the 1st Saturday in December.
Meetings held every Monday at noon – Sturgeon’s Amber Room.
LOVELOCK COMMUNITY CHOIR
273-0431 Practices at Pershing County High School Band Room Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m.
LOVELOCK COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
Each Monday and Thursday at 4p.m. The Lovelock Community Food Bank now serving at the Bargain Center the HFI Building on Cornell Avenue. All people will need a voucher issued by the Pershing County Clerk’s office in order to recieve food.
LOVELOCK FLYING SAUCER TRAP CLUB
Located 3 miles east of Lovelock on Airport Road. A full facility trap club. Contact: 273-7237 for more information.
LOVELOCK FRONTIER DAYS COMMITTEE
P.O. Box 821
Sponsors a three-day community event to promote community and raise funds for educational scholarship programs.
LOVELOCK HIGH SCHOOL RODEO CLUB
Meetings held at high school. Hosts high school rodeo competition. High school enrollment required. It is not necessary to compete to be a member.
LOVELOCK JUNIOR RODEO
Held the 2nd weekend of August.
LOVELOCK LITTLE LEAGUE
Contact: Jason Coyle at 273-0450 Little League baseball for boys and girls through age 16. Registration fee.
LOVELOCK STREET FEVER CAR CLUB
Hosts annual Show ‘N Shine in May.
PERSHING COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY & CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
350 Main St., P.O. Box 821 273-7213 or 273-3200 Tourist information and relocation information available.
NILE VALLEY FFA (Future Farmers of America)
Youth organization for students enrolled in high school agriculture classes. Open to Pershing Co. High School students. Contact Pershing County High School – 273-2625.
PTA (Parent Teacher Association)
Lovelock Elementary School, 1100 Harvard Way, P.O. Box 621 273-7819 Shea Murphy, Principal $10.00 family membership.
PERSHING COUNTY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
The purpose of the Pershing County Alumni Association shall be Coming Home day whereas all graduates of the Pershing County High School Alumni will meet at an annual banquet, and for the purpose of promoting all PCHS Alumni Association Activities. For contacts and more information, visit the Alumni Association online at http://www.pershing.k12.nv.us/.
PERSHING COUNTY COMMUNITY CENTER
820 6th St., P.O. Box 986 Contact Glenda Seibert at 273-7144. A 3600 sq. ft. Meeting facility with kitchen. Fees based on type of activity.
PERSHING COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Crows Nest Plaza, P.O. Box 188 273-2351
PERSHING COUNTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INTERVENTION
535 Western Ave. 273-7373. A resource for victims of domestic violence with meetings on 3rd Thursday. Supported by marriage license fees/grant. New members are welcomed.
PERSHING COUNTY RECREATION BOARD
Contact: Lacey Donaldson
PERSHING COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY
South Meridian Road. Contact the Sheriff’s Office at 273-2641 for complaints or information.
PERSHING COUNTY LIBRARY
1125 Central Ave., P.O. Box 781 Phone: 775-273-2216 Fax: 775-273-0421 Jeanne M. Munk, Library Director. Free public Internet Access. Access to all libraries in the State of Nevada via an online catalog. Photo coping available at 15 cent per page. The library’s collection include books on tape, videos, books, magazines and newspapers. A variety of online databases. Income tax forms. Summer youth programs and Story Hours. Hours: Mon., Tues. and Fri. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Wed. 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Thurs. 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Closed Sat., Sun. and Holidays.
PERSHING COUNTY MARZEN HOUSE MUSEUM
Marzen Road, P.O. Box 212 273-2115. Preservation of historical buildings and goods pertaining to history of Pershing County. Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 1PM to 4PM.
PERSHING COUNTY FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
855 6th St., P.O. Box 246 273-2918 General medical services. Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Fridays 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
PERSHING COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY
P.O. Box 59 273-2631 Meetings held at Community Center Chairman: Todd Plimpton email: [email protected]
PERSHING COUNTY SENIOR CENTER MEET AND EAT
Senior Center, 630 Western Ave., P.O. Box 838. Contact Barbara Tobin at (775) 273-2291.
$1.50 donation per meal over 60. Volunteers welcome.
PERSHING COUNTY TOURISM AUTHORITY
Contact: Laura Richardson 273-2356
PERSHING COUNTY WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)
1055 Comell Ave. 273-7338 Supplemental foods and nutritional information.
PERSHING EVEN START
P.O. Box F 273-3241 Family literacy program for parents and children ages birth to 8 years. Federally funded.
PERSHING GENERAL HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME
855 6th St., P.O. Box 661 273-2621 Hospital and emergency room services available 24 hours.
RELIEF SOCIETY LDS CHURCH
220 Maple St. Homemaking, crafts, health and nutrition, child care.
RETIRED SENIORS VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Meetings held at Senior Center at 630 Western Ave. 273-2291. A community outreach for the provision of volunteers to other community organizations. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to apply.
SAINT JOHN’S MEN’S CLUB
For more information please call 273-2377 or 273-7853.
Contact: Chairman, Gordon Richardson 273-2377
P.O. Box 1241 Call Collect (775)322-4900 Help take a bite out of crime.
McDougal Sports Complex Contact: Ernie Carmichael Games and events each summer. Ages 16 and older, $25.00 annual dues.
WESTERN NEVADA COLLEGE
1140 Comel1 Ave., P.O. Box 952 273-4994 Occupational and developmental educational courses and transfer courses to a 4-year college. Coordinator: Richard Tree. Must be a high school graduate or GED recipient.
ADDITIONAL CULTURAL AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Voice Lessons, Instrumental Lessons, Ballet Lessons, Aerobics Classes, Adult Aqua-Size Classes, Arts and Crafts Classes, Skiing Programs, Swim Teams, Weight Lifting, Co-educational Basketball and Volleyball, Black Powder Shoots, Steel Pistol Shoots.
LOVELOCK MEADOWS WATER DISTRICT
To provide potable water to Pershing County residents who reside within the service boundaries of the district. The district is a self-sustaining public organization. To manage the district in a fiscally responsible private business enterprise method which allows district customers to be served with affordable domestic water.
Every Monday Weight Watchers meet at the Community Center. Weigh in starts at 5 p.m. and the meeting follows at 5:30 p.m.