Civic-minded citizens in North Louisiana organized the Calhoun Civic Club in 1976 as a community service organization dedicated to improving the quality of community life in the fast-growing western part of Ouachita Parish.
"Improving the quality of community life" means we're committed to organizing and supporting physical improvements in our infrastructure: the roads, public buildings, schools, etc.
It also means that we're committed to improving the educational system in our parish, and to supporting the religious, moral and patriotic values of this area.
We accomplish these goals by spearheading several civic projects each year.
See our Projects page for more info...
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The Civic Club meets each 2nd and 4th Monday nights of the month at 6:00 PM in the Calhoun Civic Club Community Center at 189 Calhoun Loop Road (behind Calhoun Elementary School.)
During our meetings we have an informal meal together, and then discuss the business at hand; members often bring up ideas to help improve the quality of life in our area.
Often the club meeting will feature a speaker- usually an elected official, a pastor, an educator, politician or other community leader.
Our club funds the meals and projects in two ways: by monthly dues from the members ($25.00) and by fundraising efforts during the year.
Join us in helping to promote a better quality of life for western Ouachita Parish!
CURRENT MEETING SCHEDULE:
The Calhoun Civic Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month.
Watch this page for updates on special speakers and events.