Clubs and Organizations


Description  Contact
4-H Club  Offers activities for children and youth, 3rd grade through high school.  USU Extension Services
American Legion Auxiliary  The Auxiliary supports the American Legion, teaches the democratic process to youth, and helps the Veteran's Hospital and families of Veterans.  Joy Brough
American Legion
Post 74
Meetings regularly held on the second Monday of each month (excepting summer months) at the Cedar City Library, Cedar City Park, at 6 p.m.  Col Alva L. Matheson
American Red Cross Provides health and safety information. Joel, Sylvia Clement
Association of Retired Federal Employees Meetings are held on the first Monday at noon at the Sizzler Restaurant.  
Boy Scouts of America  Boy Scouts was established to build character, promote personal fitness and good citizenship. Young men, ages 7-20 and girls 14-20 years are welcome. 444 South Main #3a Regional Office
Cedar City Arts Council The Cedar City Arts Council (CCAC) is dedicated to helping develop Cedar City into being the principal center of the arts in Southern Utah. CCAC supports local artists in the folk, literary, visual, and performing arts in Cedar City and the surrounding area. To learn more, visit the CCAC website at Deborah Snider
Cedar City
Track Attack
A youth track and field club active June and July, Cedar City Track Attack is founded and operated by the SUU Track and Field coaching staff and team members - for ages 9–14.
Held every Tuesday and Thursday through the summer at Eccles Coliseum on the SUU campus
For information and to register, visit
Hayden Hawkes
Cedar Children's Theater The Cedar City Children's Theater focuses on producing excellent theater for children and youth to watch from Anchorage Press Plays Inc. They also offer an education program for youth with end of class performance on the Heritage Theater main stage in Cedar City, Utah.  Laurie Perry
Cedar Chest Quilters' Guild  We welcome anyone interested in the art of quilting.  Members in our Guild range from the very experienced to the especially welcomed beginning quilters.
We meet every Thursday at 10:00 AM at the Senior Citizen's Center here in Cedar City.  Our General meeting and potluck luncheon is the 2nd Thursday of the month, during this meeting we have a Show and Tell, where members can share what they are working on and have completed.   We also discuss the classes that will take place in the future, with techniques.  We also have a Humanitarian Thursday where we work on projects that will benefit out community.
 LaRee Rees
Cedar Mountain Nordic Ski Club  A 501(C)3 nonprofit organization promoting cross country skiing in southwestern Utah, with events each week during the ski season. For more information, visit  Jim Riehle
VP & Events Coordinator
Civil Air Patrol Performs emergency services (air / ground search and rescue, disaster relief, humanitarian services, counterdrug) in affiliation with Iron and surrounding counties, the State of Utah and the US Air Force. Operates a Cadet program for youth ages 12-18, and provides Aerospace Education to the surrounding communities. Senior members (18 and older) meet and train at the Cedar City Airport (2296 Aviation Way) the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 7 p.m.. Cadets meet every Thursday at 6 pm at the same location. Commander
Lt.Col. Loren Barney

Deputy Commander of Cadets
Capt. John Taylor
Color Country Winds
Community Band
A community band open to adults and interested students. Practices are held during the summer starting in June and performances are scheduled in August and September. Debbie Nollan
Daughters of the American Revolution A service organization to perpetuate the memory of the people who achieved American independence. Members must prove lineal descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. Meetings held the second Saturday of each month at 11 a.m. Laura Cotts
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Established to honor those that traveled by wagons to Southern Utah between 1847 & 1869. Members must be a direct descendant of a pioneer. Darlene Brinkerhoff
Disabled American Veterans Meets with the Dixie Chapter at the Dixie Elks Lodge at noon on the third Saturday of each month. Commander
Don Engstrom
Down Winders / Radiation Compensation Government program to compensate individuals who have had certain types of cancer and who lived down wind of the Nevada Test site during the 1950s and 1960s. 800-414-4328
Eastern Star A women's organization associated with the Masons. They provide charitable service to the community. 435-586-1109
Elks Lodge Offers charity, justice, brotherly love, and fidelity. Community projects, fund raisers and donations. Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 8 pm at the Elk's Lodge. Frank Lopez
Lodge: 586-8332
Free and Accepted Masons The Masonic Lodge is a charitable organization which meets each month on the first Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge. Terry Lee
Friends of the Gallery An organization established to support the art gallery at Southern Utah University. Reece Summers
Friends of Fiddler's Canyon Group of citizens working together to promote, and help with, the development of parks and trails in Fiddler's Canyon area. Meet regularly call or consult our website.  Kenton Call
Girl Scouts An organization for girls ages 5-17. Develop self-potential and values, and contributes to society. Melissa Hall
Ham Radio Club The Rainbow Canyon Amateur Radio Club. Stephen Judd
Healthy Iron County The Mission of Healthy Iron County Committee is to research and recognize community health and safety concerns; and to promote or implement programs for the betterment of all Iron County Residents. Healthy Iron County Committee meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month in the Valley View Medical Center Board Room. Cambree Johnson
Iron County Board of Realtors Educates members in professionalism and the code of ethics. Ron Adams
Iron County Historical Society Works to record and preserve the history of the area. Lectures presented on the second Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Cedar Middle School. Colonel
Leon Matheson
Iron County Home Builders Association We seek to provide a quality product for the consumer through enhancement of education and political involvement within our membership and our communities.
Jeanne Jackson
Iron County Rangers For boys and girls ages up to 16 years old. Teaches sheep riding, calf riding, and rodeos. Matt Wood
Kiwanis Club Performs community services and focuses on the youth. Kiwanis meets at noon each Wednesday at Garden House. Marlo Jensen
Ladies of the Elks Works with the Elks in all of their fund-raising projects. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. Nancy Riddle
League of Women Voters    Barbara Prestwich
Lions Club Supports projects to aid the blind and sponsor the annual July 4th celebration. Meetings are each Monday at noon: 1st and 5th Mondays at the Cedar City Public Library; 3rd Monday at the Happy Factory; 2nd & 4th Monday at the Crystal Inn. Rich Gillette
Little Buckaroo Rodeo Boys and girls ages up to 16 years old. Teaches sheep riding, barrel racing, etc. Matt Wood
Marine Corps League Meetings regularly held on the first Saturday of each month at the Marriott SpringHill Suites at 1477 S. Old Highway 91 at 9:30 am. Chet Simpson
 Marine Corpse League Auxiary The auxiliary supports Marine Corps programs, Veterans, and Veterans' families, and Community Projects Betty Simpson
National Rifle Association Promotes firearm and hunter safety. Colonel
Leon Matheson
Orchestra of Southern Utah Please call for a complete list of concert dates and times. 435-586-2286
Radio Control Club It is the goal of the Cedar City RC Club to promote and enhance the sport of flying radio control airplanes. Please see our website. Email
Rotary Club Dedicated to the fellowship between men in varied professions and businesses. Meetings are each Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Crystal Inn. Terry Keyes
SUU Thunderbird Club A group of dedicated volunteers committed to promoting positive awareness of Southern Utah University Athletics and providing scholarships for student-athletes at Southern Utah University. Suzie Rowley

Square Dance Club Hay Cedars! meets each Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center. Pat Matthews
Toastmasters Club Meets every Thursday at 7 am the Pastry Pub, 86 W Center St. Provides a supportive and positive learning environment to practice communication and leadership skills. Scott Bird
Trap Club Meets Wednesdays at 5 pm during the summer and on Saturday at 11 am during the winter. Jack Matheson
Utah Retirement System Manages all retirement programs for the state, city, county and school district employees. Virginia Affleck
435-673-6300 or
VFW Exists to keep the veterans and their spouses aware and active in community affairs. Meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Enoch City Offices. Steven Fields
The Foundation of Valley View Medical Center The Foundation inspires philanthropic support for the charitable purpose of VVMC. Douglas Whyte
WIBCO WIBCO sponsors the Pumpkin Festival and offers scholarships to women in the community. Luncheons are held on the 3rd Wednesday every other month. Deniece Allred
Chamber of Commerce

Help Groups
Description Contact
 Al-Anon Offers support to the friends and family members of alcoholics. Meetings are held every Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the Community Presbyterian Church 2279 N. Wedgewood.  435-267-2787
Alcohol & Drug Prevention This is one of the programs of Southwest Center. It coordinates with schools, community, and the college to promote seminars and workshops dealing with youth. 245 E. 680 S.  Allen Sain
Alcoholics Anonymous AA offers support to those who drink and to anyone interested in learning about recovery from alcoholism. Meetings are offered at various times and locations.  435-635-5467 or
Red Rock Center for Independence Provides services for people with disabilities.  435-673-7501
Southwest Center Offers a variety of comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services. 245 E. 680 S.  435-867-7654

.If you wish to have your club or organization listed here please contact Barbara Barrick by email or phone at 435-586-2953.