GET INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY!

BANCROFT

There are many clubs and organizations that are actively involved within the community of Bancroft. The Bancroft Community Club hosts events throughout the year, including the Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Community Wide Garage Sales, Kid’s Only Christmas Shopping and the Harvest Festival. The Bancroft Saddle Club sponsors fun and enjoyable horse related events all around the area. Other organizations include the Volunteer Fire Department’s Women’s Auxiliary, the Library Board and the Bancroft Village Tree Board.

For more information contact the West Point Chamber of Commerce at (402) 372-2981 or email bancroftne@hotmail.com

BEEMER

Beemer’s clubs and organizations include the Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary, The Beemer American Legion and Auxiliary, GFWC Beemer Women Club, Indian Trails Women’s Group, Elkhorn Valley Arts Unlimited, Community Club, Community Foundation, and Beemer Economic Development. There are also various church groups, card clubs, a saddle club, canoe club, and the community theatre group. Beemer’s Senior Center hosts many activities and serves noon meals most days as well.

For more information contact the West Point Chamber of Commerce at (402) 372-2981 or email beemerne@gmail.com

WEST POINT

A vibrant, lively community located in the heart of northeast Nebraska, West Point is home to one of America’s top 100 critical access hospitals, quality school systems, and over 50 clubs and organizations. West Point – a great place to live, work, and play!

For more information contact the West Point Chamber of Commerce at (402) 372-2981 or email info@westpointchamber.com

WISNER

There are a variety of local clubs and organizations to become involved in, including Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H, Lions Club, Teammates, and CHICs (Citizens to Help Improve the Community). For more information contact at citywisnersteph@cableone.net.

Teammates Logo

Tom and Nancy Osborne founded the TeamMates Mentoring Program in 1991 in an effort to provide support and encouragement to school aged youth. The goal of the program is to see youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. To reach this goal, youth meet one hour per week with a caring adult who serves as a mentor. Mentors are volunteers from the community who have dedicated themselves to making a difference in the life of a young person. Mentors give youth a sense of hope, purpose and vision. The TeamMates Mentoring Program currently provides a mentor for over 5,000 youth across Nebraska and Iowa.

West Point – Beemer – Bancroft
Addisen Beck
wpbbteammates@gmail.com
(402) 372-6010

Wisner Teammates
Staci Jensen
stcjnsn@yahoo.com
(402) 529-6112