Clubs & Organizations


 

Kiwanis Club of Pierce

The Kiwanis Club of Pierce was chartered on August 18, 2005. Their mission is Helping the Young Children in the Community. Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the month from noon to 1:00pm at the Pierce Legion. If you would like more information, please contact Delwin Herbolsheimer.


Knights of Columbus Council 11054

The Knights of Columbus Council 11054, with St. Joseph Church provides the men of the parish the means to grow spiritually while practicing the virtues of UNITY, CHARITY, FRATERNITY and PATRIOTISM. Meetings are held at 7:00pm at the Parish Center on the 4th Thursday of each month. For further information contact Grand Knight, Ron Kramer or District Deputy, Bill Fehringer.


Pierce Chamber of Commerce

The Pierce Chamber of Commerce is an organization consisting of business and community members who by working together promote the tourism, commercial, financial, industrial and civic interests of our community. Meetings 3rd Monday at the Senior Center. 402-329-6879


Pierce Community Organization

The Pierce Community Organization (PCO) is a group dedicated to initiating involvement and developing relationships while benefiting the youth and the community of Pierce. Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm at Town & Country Insurance meeting room. For more information contact Josh Sirek. Follow us on Facebook


Pierce County 4-H Club

4-H is part of the history of Pierce and continues to provide educational opportunities for the youth of Pierce. There are several clubs in the Pierce area. Contact the Pierce County Extension Office at 402-329-4821 for more information.


Pierce County Fair

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Pierce Fire Auxilary


Pierce Historical Society

The Pierce Historical Society was founded in 1934. The museum complex was developed in 1976 for the Bicentennial and now consists of five buildings: Main Entrance Building, Blacksmith shop, Farm Equipment & Machinery, 1880 Depot & School District 7. Open Summer Sundays 1:30-4:30; monthly meetings April thru September. Contact President Lyndon DeJong 402-329-4265. Visit Website | Follow us on Facebook


Pierce Lions Club

The Pierce Lions Club was chartered on August 9, 1969. It is the oldest service organization in Pierce. Meetings are the 1st Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm at the Pierce Lions Building. The building is available to be rented out for public use. For more information contact Chuck Micek at 402-329-4991.


Pierce Recreational Soccer

Pierce Recreational Soccer introduces soccer to area children from the ages 4 to 12. The Goal of the league is to encourage team participation and good sportsmanship at an early age. The league is supported 100% by volunteer parents. Visit Website for more information.


Pierce Volunteer Fire Department

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