Clubs & Organizations

4-H Forest Everreadies
Tammy Olsen
phone: (641)590-0980
Forest City Garden Club
Susanne Flack-Yi
email:  falckyis@waldorf.edu
American Legion Auxiliary
Eleanor Lovik
815 Forest Drive
Forest City, IA 50436
Girl Scouts
Laurie Suby
phone: (641)588-3499
www.girlscoutsiowa.org
American Legion
216 S Clark St.
phone: (641)585-3598
Knights of Columbus
Robert Keufler
745 N 10th Street
phone: (641)-585-2606
AFS
Eunice Clouse
105 Dellwood Drive
Forest City, IA 50436
phone: (641) 585-4155
Kum-Along Club
Rolf Anderson
125 North 7th Street
Forest City, IA 50436
phone:  (641)585-2517
Boy Scouts
Jim Brockhohn
phone: (641)585-3032
Ministerial Association
Pastor Eric Weaver
phone: (641)585-4171
Breakfast Lions
Christa Cosgriff
phone (641)585-4539
Police Reserves
Tom Montogomery
phone: (641) 585-2113
Cub Scouts
Cindy Brockhohn
phone: (641)585-3032
Rotary
Karla Weiss
(641)585-3412
www.rotary.org
Ducks Unlimited
Dave Kudej
phone: (641)581-3103
Waldorf Sports Boosters

phone: (641)585-8265
Evening Lions
Brian
phone: (641)585-9021
Forest City High School Sports Boosters
Brad Jones
206 West School Street
phone: (641)585-2324
FFA
Derek Straube
206 W. School Street
Forest City, IA 50436
FAVA Family Alliance for Veterans of America
Rhonda Jordahl
100 N. Clark Street
phone: (641)585-5995
Fine Arts Patrons
Melanie Slater
phone: (641)585-5655
Winnebago/Hancock Pheasants Forever
Todd Farland
phone: (641) 581-3692
Forest City Education Foundation
Jessica Bruckhoff
145 S. Clark Street
phone: (641)585-2323
Winnebago Historical Society
Dan Davis, President
phone: (641) 5901473
Dawn Arispe (Heritage Park of North IA)
phone: (641) 596-0527

Forest City Young Professionals

A welcoming group of engaged community enthusiasts ages 21 to retired. Click here for more information.

Meals on Wheels

Kathleen Bendickson at 641-585-2517

Habitat for Humanity – Forest City

The Habitat for Humanity office in Mason City can be reached at (641) 424-8978 or www.habitatnci.org.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

RSVP provides opportunities for people 55 and over to make a difference in their communities. By applying their experience and knowledge a few hours per week, RSVP volunteers help to meet community needs.  Call 641-422-4256.

  • Mentoring at-risk youth
  • Providing reading assistance to elementary- and middle-school students
  • Serving as volunteer probation officers
  • Engaging as conversation partners for international students
  • Helping with blood drives
  • Tutoring college students