Local Charitable & Civic Organizations
Local Civic and Charitable Organizations
The following are local civic and charitable organizations located in St Clair Shores.
- The Lake House
- Lakeshore YMCA
- Lakeside Palette Club
- Nautical Mile Merchants Association
- Optimist Club of St. Clair Shores
- Lac Ste. Claire Kiwanis
- Relay for Life St. Clair Shores
- Shorewood Kiwanis
- St, Clair Shores Community Chorus
- St. Clair Shores Cops4Kids
- St. Clair Shores Players Community Theater Group
- St, Clair Shores Youth Council...Supporting Diversity & Inclusion
- The Historical Society of St. Clair Shores
- Women's Civic League of St. Clair Shores
- Wheels for Wishes
- The Yardeners of St. Clair Shores
Yardeners 2018 Event Newsletter
Yardeners 2018 Culture Guide
Yardeners 2018 Native Plant Sale
Yardeners 2018 Garden Tour Application
The Lake House is a cancer support center offeringwellness programs, social activities, support groups and educational opportunities for anyone who has been touched by cancer (patients, families, caregivers, etc.) Contact information: Madeline Bialecki, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 586.777.7761, www.milakehouse.org
St. Clair Shores Lions Club:
MISSION STATEMENT: To volunteer our time and provide financial assistance to the disabled, underprivileged, elderly and youth of St. Clair Shores and internationally where appropriate, particularly related to sight and hearing in accordance with the mission of Lions Clubs International.
St. Clair Shores Lions Chartered 1944. Motto: WE SERVE
Where: Gilbert's Lodge Trophy Room
22335 Harper Avenue
When: 2nd & 4th Tues, 7pm
Contact: Lion Dennis Oster
Senior Citizen Organizations
AmericanAssociation of Retired Persons (AARP)
Evelyn Gole is the vice president. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at the Blossom Heath Inn located at 24800 Jefferson (just south of Ten Mile Road) at 1 p.m.
Senior Center of the Shores (SCOTS)
SCOTS is a non-profit organizational board that concerns itself with providing volunteer leadership for the activities and programs of the Senior Activities Center. Board membership is limited to residents by application. The SCOTS Board meets at the Senior Activities Center on the second Friday of the month at 9 a.m.
Older Persons Advisory Committee (OPAC)
Chairperson Mary Cipriano can be reached at 313-884-5997. Sue Zanoni, the co-chairperson, can be reached at 586-778-0004. OPAC is an advisory committee appointed by the Mayor and City Council to discuss and evaluate the needs of older adult residents regarding transportation, recreation, food, housing, and other concerns. The committee meets the third Thursday of the month at3 p.m. in the Senior Activities Center. Membership to fill vacancies is by application.
Optimist Club of St. Clair Shores
Founded in October, 1992, the club is a volunteer group of adult men and women from the community that are interested in promoting optimism and helping children.
St. Clair Shores Senior Cruisers
Marie Krenzer is the president of the Cruisers. The St. Clair Shores Senior Cruisers are a social club for St. Clair Shores residents age 50 or older (only one spouse need be 50). Meetings are held on Wednesdays at the Blossom Heath Inn located at 24800 Jefferson (just south of Ten Mile Road) at 10:30 a.m. Enjoy coffee and donuts, play cards, play bingo, go on trips, and much more! Dues are $12.00 per year.
Wheels for Wishes
Wheels For Wishes" is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish Michigan that offers a free and easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, RVs and boats. Donated vehicles can be recycled or auctioned off, with all proceeds benefiting Make-A-Wish, helping your vehicle turn into a wish for a local child. You can donate your vehicle by visiting http://michigan.wheelsforwishes.org/ or calling1-855-370-9474
Wigs 4 Kids provides wigs and support services to Michigan children experiencing hair loss as a result of cancer treatment, alopecia, trichotillomania and other disorders. Our program is available to children and teens between the ages of 3 through 18 at no charge to their families and there is no waiting.
The Yardeners of St. Clair Shores
The Yardeners of St. Clair Shores is a non-profit group dedicated to achieving beneficial environmental results by teaching and practicing earth friendly gardening. This includes the use of Native Plants, wildlife habitat landscaping, composting, and integrated pest management minimizing the use of harmful chemicals. The funds raised go back into the community through donations, educational programs, and planting projects.