Below is a list of contact information for our community organizations and social clubs. Look for hyperlinks to organization websites within each listing.
You can also download our list of Organizations in PDF format.
Corrections? E-mail email@example.com
Boy Scouts of America – San Diego Imperial Council
1207 Upas St., SD 92103
Scout Service Center, 619-298-6121
Purpose: Character development, citizenship training, personal fitness, leadership & moral standards
Meets: Varies with unit; call contacts for information
Membership: Boys 6-18 years, adult leaders 18 years and older; Explorers, male & female, 14-20 years
Bridge and Bay Garden Club
Purpose: Encourage interest in home gardening, better horticultural practices, civic beauty, artistic design and conservation of natural resources; community projects
Meets: Monthly Jan-May/Sep-Nov, 4th Monday, 9:15am, Public Library (Winn Room)
Membership: Interest in gardening & floral design
(Fundraising Branch of the Coronado Cays Yacht Club)
30 Caribe Cay Blvd.
Marianna Polles, President (Captain), 619-429-0133
Purpose: To raise funds for the CCYC
Meets: First Wednesday, 11am, Cays Yacht Club
Membership: Member Spouses and Significant Others of the CCYC
Chances For Children
Molly Korson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: Providing support for children in need
Meets: Monthly from September through June on the 3rd Wednesday at 9:30am
Membership: Contact Marylee Goyan email@example.com
Sponsors: San Pasqual Academy - "Setting the community's foster youth on a path to success". CFC provides money for the "seed" program so the youth can maintain their own vegetable garden. CFC provides Target gift cards for the staff to use for birthdays and special occasions for the youth. Strand Elementary - CFC helps a child in need by supplying the funds for a musical instrument so he/she is able to participate in the music program. CFC provides arts and crafts items for the "Operation Pals" after school program, where a child is paired with a Navy Sailor. Father Joe's Villages - CFC collects toys for their annual toy drive.
CORONADO AQUATICS CLUB, a member of United States Water Polo
Randall Burgess, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: Water polo training and competition, along with aquatics instruction for younger athletes for pool water safety and enjoyment.
Membership: Youth (ages 10 & Under), Junior (ages 11-13), Senior (ages 14-18) and Masters (open) levels
Coronado Art Association
PO Box 180232
Gerry Lounsbury, 619-435-4546
Purpose: Advancement and production of art; exhibition of arts in Coronado
Sponsors: Art-in-the-Park, 1st & 3rd Sundays year-round; Art Scholarships - CHS Seniors; support local charitable organizations
Coronado Band and Choir Boosters
P.O. Box 182253, Coronado, CA 92178-2253
CHS Office, 619-522-8900
Purpose: Support Coronado Schools Band Programs
Meets: Dates TBA, CHS Granger Hall
Membership: All interested in school band program
Sponsors: Christmas Craft Fair - Village School Playground; Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
Coronado Community Animal Rescue & Education Society
Claudene Garmon, President,
Purpose: Promote animal welfare, to provide resources for proper animal care and to reduce the number of homeless animals by implementing programs currently not being carried out in the community.
Meets: 2nd Wed. of the month, 6 PM Winn Room, Coronado Library
Membership: Open to the Public
Sponsors: Animal spay and neuter programs, foster homeless animals
Coronado Cays Yacht Club
30 Caribe Cay Blvd.
Yacht Club Office 619-429-0133
Purpose: Encourage boating education and enjoyment and promote friendships
Membership: Equity, Social and Active Duty memberships are available. Membership Dining, Live Entertainment, Banquet & Catering Events CCYC is a member’s equity club, non-members are welcome to host their special event. Memberships are always available for interested parties.
Coronado Chamber of Commerce
1125 10th Street
Purpose: To foster a thriving business community, stimulate a vibrant local economy and produce a cooperative effort to enhance the overall quality of life in Coronado to its highest potential.
Meets: Monthly Board of Directors meetings, second Tuesday, 5 PM
Membership: Local businesses and organizations possessing an up-to-date Coronado Business License, out-of-town businesses and organizations, civic organizations and individual supporters.
Sponsors: Celebrate Coronado! Annual Community Awards; Christmas Parade with Ceremonial Tree Lighting & Business Open House; Coronado's Salute to the Military Ball; Business Networking (Sundowners); Ribbon Cuttings; Member-to-Member Discount Cards. Visit www.coronadochamber.com for more information.
Coronado Community Band
Phil Imming, 619-435-1299
Purpose: To provide quality entertainment for the Coronado community and to encourage interest in music in Coronado
Meets: Every Thursday 7:00pm-9:00pm, Coronado High School Band Room (Located upstairs behind auditorium)
Membership: Open to all ages of musicians who play woodwind, brass or percussion instruments at an intermediate to advanced level. Members can anticipate participation in weekly rehearsals and 5 to 6 performances per year.
Coronado Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
1001 Sixth Street
Coronado Fire Department,
Purpose: Educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills, including: fire safety, light search and rescue and disaster medical operations
Meets: Third Thursday at 6:00pm. Contact the Fire Dept for meeting place
Membership: Anyone 18 years or older who lives or works in Coronado
Sponsors: Participate in public education activities
Coronado Council of Churches
PO Box 181022, Coronado 92178
Rev. Stephen Mather, President,
Purpose: Council promotes ecumenical activities and inter-church cooperation, sponsoring worship services that are open to community members, regardless of religious affiliation.
Meets: Quarterly, 2nd Tue, 5pm, rotating church locations
Membership: Coronado churches & chapels - subject to vote of delegates
Sponsors: Prayer Service for Christian Unity; Good Friday Walk of the Cross; High School Baccalaureate Service; Thanksgiving Eve Service
Coronado Cultural Arts Commission (CAC)
1825 Strand Way
Contract Arts Administrator:
Kelly Purvis 619-522-2633;
Steve Baker 619-737-7519
Purpose: The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission (CAC) serves the Coronado community as a leading voice for the arts through program development, creative initiatives, and dynamic alliances. The CAC serves and partners with local artists and cultural arts organizations to further develop a vibrant and cohesive arts community, strengthen arts education, enhance cultural tourism & economic development, and enrich life in Coronado for citizens and visitors.
Meets: First Thursday of the month at 4:30pm, City Council Chambers, 1825 Strand Way, PUBLIC INVITED!
Membership: Commissioners are appointed by the Coronado City Council through a public application process.
Sponsors: CoronadoARTS.com the website of Coronado Cultural Arts Commission is intended to provide a community maaster calendar with "one-stop" information on events, classes, lectures, and exhibitions representing the full spectrum of cultural activities designed for cultural enthusiasts of all ages. Additionally the website hosts Arts Directories that provide information on local arts organizations and artists of all disciplines; a section on Public Art Walking Tour Brochure and the Commission itself. Also, the Commission manages the C3 Gallery located in the Coronado Commmunity Center - a city-owned art gallery featuring the works of local artists on display and for sale.
Coronado Democratic Club
PO Box 181351
Ron Mandelbaum, President,
Purpose: Encourage the free exchange of ideas and information in order to increase participation in the political process; support Democratic Party platform and candidates
Meets: Varies - Call for information
Membership: All welcome
Sponsors: Political candidate forums and community events; participation in the Fourth of July parade
Coronado Emergency Radio Operators (CERO)
1001 Sixth Street
Coronado Fire Department,
Purpose: Support the Community Emergency Response Team with communications capability
Meets: Contact the Fire Dept for meeting schedule
Membership: All members of the community who hold or are interested in holding Amateur Radio licenses.
Sponsors: Participate in public education activities
Coronado Firefighters Association
Jason Clements, 619-708-1978
Coronado Floral Association
PO Box 180188
Don Crawford, President
Purpose: To stimulate and promote interest in enhancing the beauty of Coronado & to sponsor, with the City of Coronado, the Annual Coronado Flower Show, April 8-9 2017.
Meets: Biannual, Oct and March, time and location vary
Coronado Fourth of July Inc
PO Box 180541
David Szymanski, President
Coronado High School Clinical Counselor
Kristine Johnston, Afsaneh Safaie, 619-522-8907
Purpose: CHS counseling department provides all students with social/emotional counseling services in both individual and group settings to promote students’ academic goals and personal wellness. Additionally, CHS counselors refer students to outside community resources as needed.
Coronado High School Parent Teacher Organization
Coronado High School
Debbie McBride, President
Coronado High School Sailing Club
c/o CHSST INC., PO Box 181203 Coronado, CA 92118
Sarah Yakutis, Faculty Advisor
Purpose: To provide a rich extracurricular experience and encourage development of Coronado High School students' sailing skills while offering opportunities for successful local, state, national and international competitions for both boys and girls.
Meets: At Coronado Yacht Club for after school practice on Tuesdays & Thursdays (10 month season) during school year. Most regattas occur on weekends. Sailors may earn up to one semester of Athletic PE Credit.
Membership: Coronado High School students maintaining a “C” or better GPA, with no failing grades.
Sponsors: Pacific Coast Interscholastic Sailing Association, Coronado Yacht Club, Coronado Mobile Storage.
Coronado Historical Association, Inc.
1100 Orange Ave
Janet Francis, Director
Purpose: To encourage and promote the appreciation, preservation, and understanding of Coronado's unique history, culture, and historical resources to enhance the essence of our unique village community.
Meets: Board, monthly, third Thursday; Annual, summer
Sponsors: Coronado Museum and Coronado Visitor Center
Coronado Hospital Foundation
250 Prospect Pl.
Main Office, 619-522-3703
Purpose: Encourage philanthropic investments to benefit Sharp Coronado Hospital and Healthcare Center
Meets: Full board meets bimonthly
Membership: General Membership – Begins at $100 and open to the public
Coronado Junior Woman’s Club
PO Box 181398
Sara Stillman, President,
Purpose: Unite young women in helping advancement of culture and education thru community service, participation in civic and philanthropic service
Meets: Monthly (Sept-May), third Tuesday 7pm
Membership: Open to all women
Sponsors: Summer Promenade Concert; Halloween window painting contest; Children’s Section-Flower Show; Little League; Coronado schools program support; A Taste of Coronado Fundraiser
Coronado Lawn Bowling Club
1019 Seventh St.
President, Bob Grobe
Free Lessons & Inquiries
Purpose: Conduct open play, social games, instruction, clinics, practice sessions, league competitions, visitations, tournaments and other related activities designed to promote the game of Lawn Bowling.
Meets: Board meets monthly and all members welcome
Membership: Membership in the Club is open to anyone 16 years and older.
Coronado Lions Club
PO Box 180513
Carrie Downey, 619-435-8177
Purpose: Provide programs to assist the blind and vision impaired, hearing impaired, and Coronado youth
Meets: 4th Monday, 6:30 pm, Call to Verify
Membership: 18 years or older, genuine interest in serving others
Sponsors: White Cane Days (Oct); Dinner theater fundraiser, Coronado Little League, high school speakers' contest (Feb); College Scholarship for High School Senior; assists the vision impaired in Coroando and San Diegom collects eyeglasses for reuse in San diego County and in need countries; sponsors the Coronado High School Leo Club.
Coronado Little League
PO Box 180427
Purpose: Organize teams to teach youngsters baseball and sportsmanship
Meets: Location & time varies
Membership: Coronado resident; Participate in, or have a child playing in the league
Sponsors: League games March-June: Bradley Field (2nd and B), Tidelands Park, Sunset Park
Coronado Mainstreet LTD
1013 Park Place
Rita Sarich, Executive Director
Purpose: To revitalize Coronado’s downtown through preservation and beautification for the benefit of the entire community
Meets: Board, monthly, 1st Tues, 7:45am, City Hall (Public Welcome)
Membership: Open to all residents, merchants & property owners interested in protecting, maintaining & enhancing our downtown areas
Sponsors: Median gardens; MotorCars on Mainstreet; Downtown Goes Ghostly, Halloween; workshops; Annual Garden Party; White Rooftop Lights; Coronado Currency
Coronado Masters (Swimming) Association
Municipal Pool, 1845 Strand Way
Purpose: Enhance adult health and fitness through regular participation in swimming, swimming workouts and competition. (Affiliated with US and local Masters groups)
Meets: MWF 6:15-7:15 PM at the Municipal Pool (1845 Strand Way)
Membership: 18 years of age to 100 plus
Sponsors: Regular workouts, MWF,
6:15 - 7:15pm
Coronado Men’s Golf Club
PO Box 180055
Purpose: Promoting good fellowship, sportsmanship, golf rules and etiquette; establish official handicaps through Southern California Golf Association
Meets: (May-Nov), second Tuesday, 6pm, golf course clubhouse
Membership: Regular-Male 18 or older, Junior-Male younger than 18
Sponsors: Monthly tournaments for members
Katy Skyrud, 619-435-4856
Meets: Year-round productions
Membership: Open to community members and patrons interested in acting, singing, etc. For information on auditioning, please see our website.
Coronado Pop Warner Football and Cheer
Coronado Promenade Concerts Inc.
PO Box 182072
Cathy Brown, President,
Purpose: Arranges summer “Concerts in the Park” Memorial Day through Labor Day
Coronado Real Estate Association
120 C Av
Caroline Haines, President
Purpose: Inform realtors of current legislation and other information relating to real estate, further business professionalism
Meets: Call for times and places - 435-8080
Membership: Licensed broker or licensed salesman affiliated with a broker
Sponsors: Voter Registration Promotion; Meet the Candidates Forum; Concert in the Park; HS Scholarships, Annual Pet Parade and Chili Cook Off Benefit for PAWS of Coronado
Coronado Republican Women, Federated
Purpose: To inform the public through political education and activity and increase the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.
Meets: 4 times a year
Membership: Registered Republican
Sponsors: Guest speakers and candidate forums
Wayne Hoffman, President
Purpose: Presentation and discussion of current issues presented by individuals actively involved in regional, state, national and international affairs
Meets: Monthly, fourth Friday 9:45am, third Friday in Nov, no meeting in December, Winn Room Coronado Library
Membership: All residents of Coronado are welcome to be members.
Coronado SAFE (Student and Family Enrichment)
1009 C Avenue
Georgia Ferrell, MA, Executive Director, 619-522-6884
Purpose: Community-based organization dedicated to partnering with parents and the community to develop healthy, capable, responsible, and resilient youth
Sponsors: Provides Pre-K through 12th grade resiliency and life-skills programming in Coronado schools; hosts parent education workshops, seminars, classes, and conferences; and provides donation based counseling support for young people and families in need.
Coronado School of the Arts Foundation (CoSA)
Purpose: Promotes and supports Coronado School of the Arts(CoSA), a public arts conservatory for students in grades 9-12 from all San Diego County
Meets: Monthly, First Tuesday of every month, 5:30pm Coronado High School
Sponsors: CoSA Musicals, Plays, Music and Dance Concert, and Art and Digital Media Exhibits; CoSA Dinner Auction; Coronado JazzFest
Coronado Schools Foundation
201 6th Street
Patty Cowan, Chief Executive Officer Phone: 619-437-8059
Purpose: Through community involvement and support, Coronado Schools Foundation raises and manages funds to provide exceptional learning experiences for all Coronado Unified School District students.
Meets: Monthly, 2nd Tuesday (generally), 6pm, CUSD Board Room
Sponsors: Welcome Back Concert in the Park, August 28th; Benefit Auction, November 5th; Telethon, March 9th, 2017; Coronado Summer Enrichment Program in June; and Partner in Education participants/donors year round.
Coronado Senior Association
1019 Seventh Street (office trailer on Seventh)
Purpose: Provide pleasurable leisure-time activities for community seniors
Meets: Senior Activities are Monday-Friday 9:00-4:30pm in various locations (see our website calendar at www.coronadoseniorcenter.org for locations)
Membership: Residents and visitors, 50 or over
Coronado Tennis Association
PO Box 180115
CTA Office: 1501 Glorietta Blvd,
Jennie Portelli, President
Phil Monroe, Membership
Purpose: Promote tennis in Coronado, sponsor opportunities for competitive play among members, provide clinics & aid for juniors, support maintenance of city-owned tennis facilities
Meets: Monthly, 4th Thurs, 5:30pm, Golf Course Board Room
Sponsors: Events for adults and juniors; USTA men’s, women’s, & mixed teams, weekly ladies' leagues, men’s and women’s ladders on weekends; tournaments scheduled throughout the year; team tennis, Sat, 8am-12pm, Spring, Summer and Fall
Coronado Woman’s Club
PO Box 180535
Jerry Coziahr, President
Purpose: Advancement of culture, philanthropy, community interest among Coronado women
Meets: Monthly (Oct-Jun), first Wed, mid-day, Coronado Golf Course Clubhouse
Sponsors: Support Coronado Flower Show; CHS scholarships; 4th of July Parade; various local, state, and national charities; summer recreation program
Coronado Women’s Golf Club
PO Box 180388, Coronado, CA 92178
Purpose: Social and competition
Meets: General Membership: 2d Tues. May, June, Aug. & Dec.
Membership: Able to play golf and move with the field, maximum handicap 36
Sponsors: Tuesday AM play days, tournaments for members
Coronado Yacht Club
Purpose: Promote safe boating enjoyment & friendship
Coronado Youth Soccer
Manny Neves, 619-985-3019
Meets: 8 dinner dances per year (Oct-Dec/Feb-Jun), 6:30pm
Membership: By invitation
Crown Garden Club
Sharon Lowry, President
Purpose: Stimulate knowledge and love of gardening; aid in protection, preservation, and beautification of Coronado; study and discuss types of plants and floral & garden design
Meets: Monthly, 4th Thursday, 9am, Winn Room, Coronado Library
Membership: By invitation
P.O. Box 180245, Coronado, CA 92178
Todd Little, Executive Director,
619-319-5174, e-mail Todd@DiscoverCoronado.com
Purpose: To enrich our community by promoting Coronado, and its resorts, as a premiere meeting destination.
Meets: First Thursday of month, 2pm, City Council Chambers, Public Welcome
Membership: None available. Nine-member Advisory Board features representatives from the four assessed hotels, representatives from Coronado MainStreet Ltd., Coronado Chamber of Commerce and Coronado Historical Association/Visitor Center plus two at-large members that represent local businesses.
Sponsors: Organization is solely funded from guest assessment at hotels with 90 rooms or more. No funding from City of Coronado.
FOCUS – Friends of Children United Society
PO Box 180023
Purpose: Raise funds for battered, abused children in need in San Diego County
Meets: Meetings on third Thursday of the month, Locations vary.
Sponsors: Purchases needed items for underprivileged, disabled and military children in San Diego County. Fund raisers: Spring Major Fundraiser, Fall Holiday Boutique, Chili Dinner and Boat Parade; other events during the year.
Friends of the Coronado Public Library
Purpose: Support Coronado Public Library and its activities, including programs in the Winn Room, support for the teen library, and help with children's events. We host the summer Pirate Party for young families. We have added an outreach program, the San Diego Book Project, and we support United Through Reading.
Meets: Board of Trustees-Monthly, second Monday, 6:30pm, Winn Room Coronado Library
Membership: Interest in the Library; family memberships encouraged
Sponsors: Library educational programs and acquisitions; Annual Book Fair (with Flower Show); Second Hand Prose (used book shop); Wilf Seaman Scholarship; Scholarships for High School Graduating Seniors; Second Hand Prose - Gently used Book Store has monthly specials. Hours of operation: Mon - Thurs 10:30-6 Fri 10:30-4 Sun 1:30-4:30
Girl Scouts San Diego
Purpose: Building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place
Meets: According to troop
Membership: Kindergarten-12th grade, all interested adults
Sponsors: Girl Scout Cookie Program (late Jan.-March)
Golden Rule Society
PO Box 711, Coronado, CA 92178
Len Kaine, 619-437-4422, LenKaine@grsmail.com
Purpose: Helping children, churches and charities since 1972
Membership: An all volunteer charitable corporation open to all interested parties of the world.
Sponsors: Educational, motivational, character building, patriotic, informational, with family-oriented programs and free fund raising programs for non-profit organizations
Islander Sports Foundation
Purpose: Sustaining Competitive School Sports for Coronado.
Meets: Monthly during school year
Membership: Representatives of CUSD student athletes and volunteers
Sponsors: Snack Bars, Islander Pass sales, 4th of July 5k-15k Run, Coronado Valentines 10K, Annual Golf Tournament, Superseal Triathlon, Superfrog Triathlon, Commemorative Bricks
Knights of Columbus, Coronado Council 5216
Grand Knight, Tom Finley
Purpose: Support parish & community services & Catholic charities
Meets: Members 2nd Wed, 6:00pm, Sacred Heart Parish Hall
Membership: Catholic Men
Sponsors: Boys Scouts, Little League, Sacred Heart School activities
Masonic Lodge No. 441 F&AM
529 Orange Ave.
Navy League of the United States, Coronado Council
PO Box 182252
Glenn Welch, 841-5096
Purpose: Support the US Navy (educational, nonprofit)
Meets: Bimonthly, location & time vary
Membership: Open to public
Sponsors: Honors "USS CORONADO LCS-4 Sailor of the Year" in the Fourth of July Parade.
Optimist Club of Coronado, Inc.
PO Box 180251
Jim Zoll, President
Purpose: Our motto is "Friend Of Youth." We provide both financial & manpower support to numerous Coronado youth academic & athletic programs. Our sole purpose is "Helping Kids Succeed."
Meets: Weekly, Thursday, 7am Coronado Community Center
Membership: Open to all who wish to help kids be successful. We are the largest Optimist Club in California.
Sponsors: Annual Sports Fiesta featuring the longest running triathlon in the USA (Labor Day Weekend); Coronado SAFE. Applebee Pond Program; Cub Scout Pack 122; Girl Scouts; Little League; CHS sports boys and girls for Lacrosse; Soccer; Water Polo; Baseball; Softball; CHS Football, CMS PE and scholarships to 6th grade camp as well as CHS Robotics Club, Optimist International Oratorical & Essay contests; Youth Appreciation Week; Everyone a Reader; College Scholarships for CHS Seniors; Speed Spinners; Silver Strand Adopt A Highway Program & many more.
Paws of Coronado
Purpose: To provide services to animals in the care of the Coronado Animal Care Facility. To provide educational services to the community regarding animal welfare, care, and adoption and to encourage and facilitate the spay and neuter of all family pets.
Meets: 2nd Monday of the month at 8 am at the Coronado Golf Course
Membership: Open to the public
Police Officers Association of Coronado
Mark Porter, President,
Rotary Club of Coronado
PO Box 180487
Kevin Rugee, President
Club Office, 619-435-8334
Purpose: Service Club
Meets: Weekly, Wednesday, 12:10pm, Hotel del Coronado
Membership: By invitation
Sponsors: Coronado High School Scholarship awards, Interact Club, Rotaract Club, Christmas Eve Santa home visits; Missionvale Care Center; Annual Pancake Breakfast (Flower Show Sunday); Youth Sports Programs; International Youth Exchange; Flags on the Avenue; Beach clean-up; Thousand Smiles; Polio Plus; Rotary Park; Low Tide Ride & Stride; Golf Tournament; Limbs for Freedom; Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station; Fisher House; Armed Forces YMCA; other community; international, and military causes.
Sharp Coronado Hospital
250 Prospect Place
Chief Executive Officer
Purpose: Health care: 24-hour general acute care; Emergency Department/Physicians on duty 24 hours; Long-term care facility
Sharp Coronado Hospital Auxiliary
250 Prospect Pl.
Director of Volunteer Services
Purpose: Support Hospital Services
Meets: (Board) Monthly, Second Monday, Soledad Room
Membership: Program for Adults
Soroptimist International of Coronado
Purpose: Service and advocacy for women, girls and children
Meets: Weekly, Thursday, 7:30 a.m.
Membership: By invitation only
Sponsors: Provide monetary support through scholarships and donations to local, national, and international organizations and charities that advocate for women, girls and children
U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association
San Diego / Coronado Chapter
Craig Smith, President
Veterans of Foreign Wars – Gen Henry D Styer Post 2422
557 Orange Ave.
Chuck Lucas, Commander
Purpose: Help veterans and their families Membership Eligibility: Veteran serving in a war zone
Meets: 6:30 p.m. the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 557 Orange Ave.
Sponsors: Buddy Poppy Sales; VFW National Home for Veteran's Widows and Orphans; VA Hospital; POW/MIA; Legislation & Americanism; Cancer Aid Research; Voice of Democracy/Youth; CHS Citizenship Awards
Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary
557 Orange Ave.
Purpose: Help veterans and their families, support Veterans Hospital and National Home
Meets: Monthly, 3rd Thursday, 7pm, VFW Post 2422
Membership: Wives and daughters of veterans having served in war zone
Sponsors: Programs: Monthly Dinner fish fry. For all programs and events see Post Calendar at www.vfwpost2422.org or our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/375928760893/.