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Donate Food: Community Food Pantry

Donate Clothing and household goods: The WE Store

Donate Eyeglasses: Wausaukee Lions Club

Donate Assistance to those in need: St. Vincent DePaul Society of Wausaukee/Amberg Chapter

Donate Books/Video/Audio Tapes: Wausaukee Public Library




Wausaukee Area Volunteer  Organizations

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  • Amberg Community Association
         Contact President or Current Members: President - Denis Francis


  • Amberg Museum & Historical Complex
         Contact: Margaret Mattison
         Telephone: 715-759-5281
         The Amberg Museum and Historical Complex is located on County Highway V, 1/3 mile West of Highway 141.  The Museum offers exhibits on granite quarrying, logging, turn-of-the-century domestic life and needlework.  Many historical documents and photographs are also on display.

         Open:  Saturdays and Sundays 10AM to 4PM and holidays from Memorial Day to Labor Day.  At other times you may call 715-759-5672, 715-759-5744, or  715-759-5281 for a museum guide to open the Museum for you.  Free admission. 


  • Amberg Volunteer Fire Dept.
    Contact: Jim Parr
         Position: Fire Chief
         Address: N15450  Hwy. 141
         Amberg, WI 54102
         Telephone: 1-715-759-5943
    Email: nettiesfudge@centurytel.net
         Description: Oldest fire Dept in northern Marinette County, 1996 Pierce Pumper, 2000 Chevy Quick Response Truck, Equipment Van, 4000 Gallon Tanker. Qualified or Willing to Qualify Volunteers Welcome.


  • American Legion Post 66
    Contact: Dave Haase
         Position: Commander
         Address: W12945 Valary Ln
         Athelstane, WI 54104
         Telephone: 715-757-9311
         Description: Fund Raisers - Chile Fest and Annual Picnic, Donates Crutches & Wheel Chairs to needy, Helps Veterans in finding benefit program administrators for assistance, Disposal of American Flags on Flag Day


  • Camp Daniel
    Contact: Tony Piantine - President
         W10541 Army Lane
         Athelstane, WI 54104
         Telephone: 1-715-757-3880
         Homepage: http://www.campdaniel.org
         Camp Daniel is a non-profit Christian-based organization that provides camps and residency for people with disabilities.


  • Dun-Good Riders, Inc.
    Contact: Dale
         Address: W11568 Hwy 8
         Dunbar, WI 54119
         Telephone: 715-324-5737

         EMail: dale4ever@centurytel.net
         Dunbar ATV/Snowmobile Club


  • Evergreen Plaza -Wausaukee Meal Site / Apartment Rentals
         Address: 926 Main St. (Hwy 141), Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Telephone: (715) 856-5900
         Description: Meal assistance site serving lunch and dinner. Open Monday thru Friday, call for meal times. Rental assistance apartments and low income housing available. Plaza apartments offer kitchenettes, 1 or 2 bedroom apartments, parking, library, meal site, exercise room, laundry, outside gardens, outdoor grill and sitting areas. Exercise room open to public by appointmen


  • Girl Scouts of America
         4693 Lyndale Dr.  Appleton, WI 54913
         Telephone: (888) 6945 Ext. 4026

         Contact Person: Mollie Riemer

    Girl Scouts is for all girls ages 5-17 years of age * Troops are run by parent volunteers, Annual membership dues is $12 per year * financial assistance is available * For more information about joining call 888.747.6945 or website: www.gsnwgl.org   You don’t need to be involved with a troop to enjoy the wonderful experience of Girl Scouts. Attend a Girl Scout camp, be an independent, enjoy local events and more.

    Local 4563 - Daisy  - Jill Dunlap - 715-923-0168  or pat_jill@yahoo.com

    Local 4569 - Brownie - Harriet Ivanis - 715-759-5145 or davidivanis@yahoo.com

    Local 4434 - Mix - Phyllis Townsend - 715-923-9382 or phyllis057@centurytel.net

  • Knights of Columbus, Council #4671 - Amberg/Crivitz/Wausaukee
         P.O. Box 197, Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Telephone: (715) 856-5053

         Contact Person: Jim Brien
         Description: Catholic men's organization funding local projects benefiting persons in need for medical expenses, financial hardship, American Cancer Society 's Relay for Life, Crivitz/Amberg/Crooked Lake Food Pantries, and needs of the local parish. Volunteers donate countless hours to charitable causes throughout the communities.


  • Marinette Association of Lakes & Streams
         Contact: Greg Cleereman (Advisor)
         Address: 1926 Hall Ave. Marinette, WI  54143    
         Telephone: 1-715-732-7783
    : gcleereman@marinettecounty.com
    Description: Description: Marinette County Association of Lakes & Streams (MCALS) is shore land property owners, local lake associations, and other citizens concerned about our county's water resources. Our purpose is to maintain, protect, and enhance the quality of our lakes and streams and their surrounding watersheds for the collective benefit of the public and the resource. Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. The meeting place changes, so please call the contact for that information.


  • Marinette County Elderly Services
         Address: Highway 141, P.O. Box 456, Crivitz, WI 54114-0456
         Phone: (715) 854-7453 or 800-990-4242

         Fax: (715) 854-7472, Wausaukee Meal Site # (715)856-5900

         Description: Services offered: Meal sites in Wausaukee, Crivitz/Pound, Marinette, Niagara, Peshtigo & Goodman; Transportation, Benefit Specialist, Non Emergency Medical Escort, Alzheimer's and Other Dementia Support, Telecare Service, Care Giver Support Groups. For Free brochure and additional info on any of the above services please call the above numbers.


  • Mid - County Branch Library   (Wausaukee)

         Contact: Karen Kortbein- Head Librarian, Vonnie & Lucy - Librarian Assistants
         703 Main Street, Suite 3
         P.O. Box 139
         Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Telephone: 1-715-856-5995

          Web Site: http://marinettecountylibraries.org/

    Description:  Branch of the Marinette Country Library System.  Library materials include books, audio books in disc and cassette formats, music cds, dvds and VHS movies.  Patrons can view items through the library’s online catalog, www.infosoup.org. Once patrons set up an account using their library card, they can interloan items, renew items, review books, learn languages, practice tests, look for employments, and more.  The Wausaukee Library has six public-use computers available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  The library is open M-W-F from 9AM to 6PM.  Please call for more information.   


  • Mullaney McTrusty Legion Post and Unit 428
        Contact: James Godsey - Post Commander
         Address: P.O. Box 61
         Amberg, WI 54102
         Telephone; 715-759-5050
         Or Pat Boshen - Auxillary President
         N16084  US Hwy 141

         Amberg, WI  54102
         Telephone: 715-759-5775
         Description: Veterans service organization and auxiliary open to all eligible veterans, their spouses, daughters, granddaughters, or sisters. Meets third Monday of month from March through October at Amberg Community Center at 7:00 PM.


  • Near North Snomobile Club, inc.
    Contact: Art
         Telephone; 715-759-5357
         Athelstane/Silvercliff Snowmobile Club


  • Newcap - Marinette County Office
    Contact: Kori, Jean, Wendy or Peggy
         Address: 801 Wells St
         Marinette, WI 54143
         Telephone; 715-732-4171
         Fax: 715-732-3970
         Web Site:
         Newcap offers services for unemployed, housing, seasonal programs, women's health services, employment training, energy assistance, emergency services and other special programs in Marinette, Oconto, Florence, Villas, Crandon and Green Bay.


  • Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
         Contact: Katy Ambrose - Wausaukee School District
         Address: N11941 Hwy 141, P.O. Box 258,Wausaukee, WI 54177  Attention:
         Telephone: (715)856-5153


  • Pastor Fred's Food Pantry - Amberg
        Contact: Marge Holmes, Director
        Address: 15088 Cleveland Street, Amberg, Wisconsin
        Telephone: 715-759-5920
    Food pantry supplies basic groceries for the needy
         Open: Food Pantry is open 10 am to 12 pm the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.


  • Ranger City Riders Snowmobile Club
         Contact: Terry Williams
         Position: President
         Address: PO Box 93, Amberg, WI 54102
         Telephone: 1-920-494-3932 (President)
    : http://www.rangercityriders.com
         Description: Our snowmobile club maintains two trails from Wausaukee to Amberg.  The club is active year-round and we encourage member participation.  Visit our web site for more information.


  • River Road Riders Snowmobile Club
         Contact: Slug Radtke
         Position: President
         Address: P.O. Box 169, Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Telephone: 715-856-5092
         Fifth largest club in the state, contact slug for info


  • St. Vincent DePaul Society of Wausaukee/Amberg Chapter
         Contact: Mary Lou Jacomet
         Telephone: 715-854-7280 or 715-856-6020
         Description: Helps with needs of people suffering economic tragedies. Clothing, shelter, food


  • Wausaukee Area Rescue Squad
         Contact: Wausaukee Rescue Squad 715-856-5035 or call Squad Members
         Address: Village of Wausaukee, 426 Harrison, Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Description: Volunteer Wausaukee Rescue Squad Personnel (Approximately 40 Volunteer Rescue Squad Members, with 2 ambulances.  Search & Rescue, Heavy Extrication (jaws of life, defibrillator) Servicing 7 townships and one village, and approx. 400 square miles.)  Always in need of qualified volunteers for multiple positions. Call any member of the squad for details.   


  • Wausaukee Area Watch Group
    Contact: Kim Orlowski 
         Position: Secretary  - Email: secretqry@wawg715.org
         Tip Hotline: 715-927-8561
         We are a local watch group banding together to take back our community with: education, awareness and a community watch.  With this non confrontational work we help the police through things like our tip hotline, to achieve the goal of helping our community and the surrounding areas get the drugs and drug dealers out.


  • Wausaukee Boy Scouts of America - Troop 1053
         Contact: Michael Metivier - Senior District Executive

         Telephone Contact: (715) 735-7956
         Description: Meetings held every other Monday at 7:00 PM in the Wausaukee American Legion building, call for information.


  • Wausaukee Cub Scout Pack 4053
         Charter Organization: Wausaukee Lions Club
         Cub Scout master:  Scott Durian   Phone: 856-6242
         Description: Cub Scout Pack for boys in 1st through 5th grades


  • Wausaukee Enterprises Thrift Store (WE Store)
         Contact: Bob Beltrame
         Position: Executive Director
         Address: 512 Main St.,  Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Telephone:   Voice: 715-856-5400
         Operation Hours: 8-4:30 Monday - Saturday
         Description:  Thrift Store Accepting Donations of Functional, Saleable Merchandise at their 512 main street address. Night or day Drop off box.


  • Wausaukee Fire District
         Contact: Contact: Eric Edlebeck - Fire Chief or any member of Fire Dept.
         Village of Wausaukee Fire Station,
         Address: 428 Harrison Ave,
          Wausaukee, WI 54177
         Telephone: Village Number (715) 856-5341
         E- Mail:
    vilofwauskee@centurytel.net Merchandise at their 512 main street  Description: All volunteer Fire Department accepting all interested persons who can qualify. Participant in fundraiser for 4th of July and participating in local parades and other local projects using specialized equipment


  • Wausaukee Lions Club  - President Gary Johnston 715-938-3207
          Jim Jorgensen - 1st Vice Pres 715-856-5039

          Jane Fritz      - Secretary 715-927-6405
         Description: Local chapter of Lions clubs doing fund raising and contributions to projects affecting young and old. Projects include eye wear donations, park improvements, baseball diamond, tennis courts, playgrounds, scholarships. Eye glass donation box in front of Carriveau Insurance building.


  • Wausaukee Pals - AODA School/Community
         Contact: Misty Betts 
         Position: Volunteer
         Address: PO Box 258
         Wausaukee, WI  54177
         Telephone: (715) 856-5151
         Description: Volunteer mentoring program similar to Big Brothers/Big Sisters that matches an adult to a child who needs and wants our services.  This is a once a week commitment that would enhance and enrich the self-esteem, social interactions, and life skills of the child.  Potential mentors will be screened, interviewed, and then matched with a child aged 6-12.  Potential mentors are accepted at all times of the school year.


  • Wausaukee Ranger LEO's
         Contact: Albert (Doc) Hanke - Youth Advisor 715-856-6781
         Description: Local chapter of Junior Lions  ages 12 to 18. Assist Lions Club in fund raising, community service projects such as road cleanup, elderly assistance, lawn raking and other service oriented projects in an effort to teach leadership skills. 


  • Wisconsin Job Center - Worker Training/Job Search/Education
         Contact: The job center at 920-246-9019
         Description: Job search assistance, Individual Assistance, Education. Offices are located in Marinette, Florence, Niagara, Oconto and staff available to meet in any city a qualified candidate will live in. Eligibility requirement are based on Federal WIA Law and established by the State of Wisconsin and Bay Area Workforce Development Board.



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