Clinton County Historical Society

http://www.cchsm-indiana.com

The Clinton County Historical Society was established in 1921, and incorporated in 1976. At first, artifacts were stored in one room of the courthouse attic, and then in the basement. In June of 1980, the Historical Museum was established and given a permanent home in three rooms of “Old Stoney.” The Clinton County Historical Society […]

  • (765) 659-2030
  • (765) 659-2030
  • 301 E Clinton St, Frankfort, IN, 46041, United States
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

http://www.girlscoutsindiana.org

Girl Scouts of the USA is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls-all girls-where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, like leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth.

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

Contact District Office for dates and times the troops meet in the Rossville area.

  • Robyn Beechler
  • 1 (877) 474-2248
  • 1800 N Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN, 46202
Rossville Hornet

LARS (Life Around Rossville School)

Anyone with connections to the Rossville School (i.e.: attended Rossville School, parent of children attending Rossville School, grandchildren attending Rossville School, teachers, etc.) are eligible to attend the luncheon meetings. Various topics discussed.

Lars meets the third Tuesday of May at 6:00 p.m. and the first Tuesday of October at 12 noon at the MCL Cafeteria in West Lafayette.

  • Carolyn Mosson
  • (765) 379-2166
  • 13 Memory Lane, Rossville, IN, 46065
Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels

Hot meals can be delivered to your home Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It is available for senior citizens and others who qualify. Small donations are accepted. Volunteers are welcome.

  • Margaret Mohler / Evelyn Cripe
  • (765) 379-2500 Margaret Mohler
  • (765) 379-3475 Evelyn Cripe
  • , Rossville, IN, 46065
Present Day Club

Present Day Club

We are a social, educational, entertainment club for members. We meet in the homes of members. The Present Day Club was organized in 1940. We presently have 20 members. The club meets the 4th Thursday of each month September thru June except in November and December when we meet the 3rd Thursday.

  • Eleanor Hodgen, President
  • (765) 379-3701
  • P.O. Box 204, Rossville, IN, 46065
Lions International

Rossville Area Lions Club

http://www.rossvillelionsclub.org

Our LIONS club motto is “We Serve”. This is the best way to express the true mission of our Lions Club and Lionism. We serve the people in the Rossville School District community by providing eye care to those that cannot afford it, providing scholarships for graduating seniors, providing vision screenings for pre-school children, sponsoring blood drives, doing highway cleanup, and provide financial support for people and organizations in need.

  • Doug Ticen
  • (765) 379-3650
  • 7518 W CR 700 N, Mulberry, IN, 46058, United States
Rossville Area Transit Van

Rossville Area Transit Van

http://www.areaivagency.org

The purpose of the Rossville Volunteer Transportation Program is to provide needed transportation services to persons of all ages and disabilities, living in the towns of Rossville, Pyrmont, Sedalia, Geetingsville, Owasco, Moran, Edna Mills or anywhere in the Rossville School District. This transportation program is based in the community of Rossville, Clinton County. Our objective […]

  • Gerald McIlrath
  • (765) 586-1616
  • Area IV Agency on Aging & Community Action Programs, Inc., 660 N 36th ST, Lafayette, IN, 47905
Rossville Area Youth Soccer

Rossville Area Youth Soccer

https://rossvillesoccer.leagueapps.com/

RAYS mission is to create and maintain opportunities for the youth of the Rossville area to participate in organized soccer which offers play and competition that satisfies and challenges the desire and ability of as many participants as possible. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Rossville Library.

  • Ryan Wilson
  • (765) 427-0479
  • P.O. Box 121, Rossville, IN, 46065, United States
Rossville Summer Rec League

Rossville Baseball & Softball Summer Recreational

http://www.rossvillebssrl.com

Our purpose is to create and promote recreational baseball and softball programs for the youth in the Rossville and the surrounding area and to promote sportsmanship, teamwork, and competition. Any questions call: Board of Directors Chris Gorbett, President, (765) 426-1595 Justin Pascal, Vice President Sabrina Layton, Secretary, (765) 491-9256 Gwin Hanna, Treasurer

  • Chris Gorbett, President
  • (765) 426-1595
  • P.O. Box 334, Rossville, IN, 46065, United States

Rossville Boy Scout Troop 337

Meetings are 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Mondays at the Rossville Presbyterian Church. The Rossville Boy Scouts focus on teaching young men about leadership, citizenship, and living in the outdoors.

  • Les Eller
  • (765) 418-5149
  • 5481 S 862 W, Delphi, IN, 46923, United States
Rossville Business Association of Rossville, Indiana. Where you feel at home!

Rossville Business Association

http://www.rossville.net

The Rossville Business Association, Inc. is made up of several area businesses and professional people in the Rossville community. The Association supports various projects to enhance the community and make Rossville a better place in which to live and work.

  • Pat McIlrath
  • (765) 379-2645
  • P.O. Box 224, 17 W. Main St., Rossville, IN, 46065
Rossville Community Outreach

Rossville Community Outreach

The purpose of the Rossville Community Outreach Program is to bring the community together to provide assistance for short-term crisis needs. This assistance is available to local residents of the Rossville school district only. Assistance will cover electricity, heating fuel, water and wastewater bills, and prescriptions at Rossville CVS only. It will not cover deposits, […]

  • 109 N. Plank St., Rossville, IN, 46065
Cub Scouts

Rossville Cub Scouts Pack 337

http://pack337.org/

For many years Troop 337 has been part of the Rossville community. We provide a welcoming and safe environment for youth from Kindergarten – 5th grade to learn leadership, citizenship, and service in an outdoor environment. For meeting details, visit our website at http://pack337.org/.

  • Heather St. Myer
  • (765) 714-3529

Rossville Masonic Lodge #318

https://www.rossvillelodge318.com/

Freemasonry remains a charitable and educational society dedicated to morality, mutual aid, charity, leadership, religious toleration, and political freedom. Our meetings are the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

  • Joe McKee, Secretary
  • (765) 427-3052
  • PO Box 291, 413 W Main St, Rossville, IN, 46065, United States
Rossville Hornet

Rossville School Foundation

This nonprofit foundation’s mission is to unlock the future for our children by encouraging and assisting public education in the pursuit of excellence. Our meetings are on the 1st Thursday of each month except in July.

  • Emily Heater
  • (765) 379-2119
  • P.O. Box 11, Rossville, IN, 46065
TOPS - Take off pounds sensibly

TOPS – Taking Off Pounds Sensibly

An international weight loss support group that provides sensible weight loss help along with fun, games, prizes, and support. Let us help you be the best loser. Wednesday 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

  • Shelly Tansey
  • (765) 379-2114
  • 1806 W CR 800 N, Rossville, IN, 46065
Wheels for Wishes

Wheels For Wishes

https://www.wheelsforwishes.org/ohkyin/

Wheels For Wishes is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish® Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUV’s, RV’s, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child. When a donor calls or fills out our donation form, […]

  • (855) 891-9474