Clay County Chamber of Commerce - North Carolina

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Clay County CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS & Meeting Times
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Brasstown Community Civic Center (Brochure) (828) 837-3797
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Clay County Communities Revitalization Association (CCCRA) (828) 389-9316
To take care of your past and shape a great future - together
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Clay County Food Pantry (map)(Brochure) -- (Donation mailer) (828) 389-1657 or (334) 703-0440
2278 Hinton Center Road, Hayesville
We need your commitment of money and food to help us in this time of crisis.
We are the only source of food for the needy in our area.
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Open Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Historical Jail open Memorial Day thru Labor Day
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Clay County Lions Club 6:30 pm (1st & 3rd Thursday of month)at the Boy Scout Hut,
828.389.2023 or 828.389.3890 or(703) 725-9819 Neil Kaplan
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Clay County Rotary Club meets 12-1 pm (every week) at the Hinton Center call (828) 389-8460 for info. Look for their very popular "CAR-B-Q" event.
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Clay County Senior Center(map) (828)389-9271 Kathy Tant
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Clay County Soil & Water Conservation District (828) 389-9764 contact: Clay Logan, Silas Brown, Callie Moore
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Clay County Tractor Club (828) 361-3640 meets at 7pm on the 3rd Thursday of the month at the Soil & Water Conservation Building, 55 Riverside Circle, Hayesville
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Clay County Veterans Services (828) 389-3355 Wednesdays & Fridays 9 to 12 pm, 54 Church St.(map)
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COUNTY MOUNTIES A multi jurisdictional search & rescue organization.
Bonny Herman (706) 379-0944. CM in New Orleans.
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To champion the connection of needed community resources with schools and other sites to help
young people successfully learn, stay in school and prepare for Life.
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This is a volunteer organization that provides environmental education to students and adults
in Clay & Cherokee counties in N.C. and also Fannin, Towns and Union counties in Georgia.
Local part of an international organization, serving the community with emphasis on
helping those with developmental disabilities.
Hayesville Civitan Club meeting 6:30 pm (1st & 3rd Tuesday of month) United Community Bank .. (map)
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A Christian Retreat and Conference CenterStatement of Need -- Donations Welcome
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Historic Hayesville Merchants Association Discover Hayesville...The Best Kept Secret in North Carolina
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Local Non-Governmental conservation non-profit organization
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Organized to educate, share, promote and keep alive the craft and traditions of quilt making.
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Moss Memorial Library (828) 389.8401
Friends of the Library
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Mountain Regional Arts & Crafts Guild Artworks Artesian Center (706) 896-0932
Meets monthly on the second Tuesday of every month at Daniel’s Steakhouse in Hiawassee, Georgia. The Board will meet at 4 pm, and the Guild meeting begins at 6 pm. Anyone interested in the Guild are invited to come to any monthly Guild meeting and are encouraged to bring a sample of their work.
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36 Davis Loop, Hayesville (map) Empowering people and providing solutions.
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Paws-4a-Warriors: supporting our silent wounded and providing companion dogs for veterans and those suffering from PTSD and TBI. Obedience and therapy dog training for the public. Go to website for class workshop information.
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We help to support and promote services for cancer patients as well as nationwide research
to help everyone in all communities.
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Raises funds to distribute to non-profit social service agencies.
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VFW meeting7 pm (2nd Thursday of month)
John Corn Building (map) call 828-389-6092 or 389-0310
for Ladies' Auxiliary call 828.389.3160 or 389.9483
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Old Hwy 64 West
NC. 28909
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Founded in 1994 as a youth service agency servicing students in the 5 Western counties of NC.
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Last Updated on Sunday, 22 March 2015 11:37
 
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