Clubs and Organizations

4-H Forest Everreadies
Tammy Olsen
(641) 590-0980
Forest City Rotary
Dr. Laila Buck
Beth Clouse
(641) 590-6991
Forest City Connect
Community Professionals
(641) 585-2092
American Cancer Society
Tina Coleman
Girl Scouts
Amber Bergland
(507) 402-4891
American Legion
Veronica Maas
115 S Clark St
Forest City, IA 50436
Knights of Columbus
Robert Keufler
745 N 10th St
(641) 585-2606
Boy Scouts
Jeff Haugen
(641) 590-3190
Senior Community Center (Kum Along Club)
Kathy Faber & Ellen Olson
(641) 585-2517
BrickStreet Theatre
Elissa Hanna
Meals on Wheels
125 N 7th St
Forest City, IA 50436
(641) 585-2517
Lions Club
Christa Cosgriff
(641) 585-4542
Ministerial Association
Pastor Rod Hopp
(641) 585-3152
Ducks Unlimited
Dave Kudej
(641) 581-3103
Forest City Neighborhood Food Bank
215 S 4th St
Forest City, IA 50436
(641) 585-1360
Ryan Faught
206 W School St
Forest City, IA 50436
Quest Club Gamers Association
Zack Infanger
(515) 357-1057
Fine Arts Patrons
Josh Sparrgrove
Winnebago/Hancock County
Pheasants Forever

Josh Divan
Forest City Community Garden 
Tony Reynolds
Winnebago Historical Society
Dan Davis, President
Forest City High Sports Boosters
Chad Moore
(641) 585-2324

Senior Community Center
(also known as the Kum-Along Club)

Serves meals daily at 11:30 am (free will donation), They also meet every Monday at 9am and Friday afternoon to  play 500 and other card games. Additionally they offer membership for $25 per year and pool tables. The  and are handicapped accessible.

Forest City Connect

Area professionals will find networking opportunities, professional development, and volunteer opportunities by attending these events. For more information, connect with their Facebook group page.

Rotary Club

You will find the Rotary Club of Forest City to be an active organization. Their club motto is “Service Above Self.” The many club service projects provide ample opportunity to make a difference within the Forest City community. Involvement with Rotary International broadens your perspective and enables the club to make a difference in key projects, like the eradication of polio, throughout the world.

Meals on Wheels

Kathleen Bendickson at 641-585-2517

Mosaic of North Iowa

641-585-5450 Ext 304

Habitat for Humanity

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

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