Social Interest Groups

The Community Organizations database provides information about Monroe County nonprofits and groups.



Creative Indiana

Click on the title to view upcoming meetings at the library and links to similar organizations.

Website http://www.successworkonline.com/creativeindiana/
Contact Ladi Terry
Phone (812) 219-4493
Email ladi [at] successworkonline [dot] com
Description

There are national and international movements to bring imagination, creative thinking, problem solving and innovation to bear on complex societal issues and opportunities. Creative Indiana seeks to be a leader in these efforts. Creative Indiana’s  mission is to “Unleash the Power of Creativity in Community, Education and Business through Programming, Training and Dialogue.”

Subjects

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

Click on the title to view upcoming meetings at the library and links to similar organizations.

Website http://www.bloomingtonwilpf.org/
Contact Deborah Garretson (Coordinator)
Phone 812-334-8890
Email bloomingtonwilpf [at] bloomingtonwilpf [dot] org
Address First Christian Church
205 E Kirkwood Ave
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

International peace and justice organization concerned with a range of issues, such as nuclear weapons, the selling of private water supplies, women's issues, racial intolerance, and corporate power. We study issues and then determine actions.

Year Established 1965
Subjects

Sycamore Valley Gun Club

Click on the title to view upcoming meetings at the library and links to similar organizations.

Website http://www.svgc.org
Phone 332-8677
Email zhome [at] ccrtc [dot] com
Description

The Sycamore Valley Gun Club (SVGC) is responsible for daily operation and management of the Freedom Ranges. Permanent shooting facilities for air gun, pistol, rim fire and high-power rifle are available now to registered members and guests. Access to the range is via locked gate, members are provided with the combination. These existing facilities include a 25 yard pistol range, 100 and (1) 200 yard rifle range(s) and a trap range.  Future plans include use-specific ranges dedicated to all major shooting disciplines. Membership in the SVGC is available (optionally) to Sycamore Valley Foundation members (with NRA registration) only.

Subjects
Syndicate content