For more information about any of the organizations listed below, click on the group’s name to be taken to their website or Facebook page (if they have one).
Boys & Girls Club of West-Central Wisconsin
105 W. Milwaukee Street, P.O. Box 765, Tomah, WI 54666; (608) 374-4386; frontdeskT@bgcwcw.org
Boys & Girls Club programs focus on at least one of the five core areas: education and career development, health and life skills, fine arts, sports, fitness and recreation, and character and leadership development. The Tomah Area School District provides free after-school transportation from the Warrens Elementary School to the Boys & Girls Club in Tomah for students in Grade 1 or above. Busing is also available from the Camp Douglas, Oakdale and Wyeville Elementary Schools. See our website or Facebook page for more information.
Clovers & Cranberries 4-H Club
(608) 343-7161 or (608) 387-9011; CloversAndCranberries@gmail.com
The newly formed Clovers & Cranberries 4-H Club meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, at 4 p.m., at the Town of Lincoln Fire Department meeting room. 4-H is America’s largest youth development organization, empowering nearly 6 million young people across the United States with the skills to lead for a lifetime. Every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. The primary focus of 4-H is making the best better through learning experiences, fun activities and giving back to the community.
Cranberry Homemakers Club
N2992 Strozewski Place, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4540
The Cranberry Homemakers Club is a nonprofit organization associated with the Jackson County UW-Extension Office. The club has members from Monroe and Jackson County. The group does fundraising activities to support community projects, including publishing their popular Cranberry Homemakers Cookbook.
Joseph Kube Memorial VFW Post No. 5387
22220 Cinder Avenue, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4842
Veterans of Foreign Wars membership is open to all eligible veterans who served our nation in foreign campaigns or wars. The Warrens VFW Post normally meets the first Thursday of the month, at 6 p.m., at the Warrens Cranberry Festival office. For more information, see their Facebook page.
Millston Park Commission
P.O. Box 404, Millston, WI 54643; (608) 343-3936
The Millston Park Commission is an arm of the Millston Town Board. The Commission hosts three large events annually: a chili/soup cook-off the third Saturday of February, the July 3 Chicken-Q and Fireworks and a Labor Day Weekend MDA fundraiser. In 2022 Millston is celebrating its sesquicentennial. Watch the Town of Millston website for more information. The main mission of the Millston Park Commission is the upkeep of the Millston Park located in the center of town.
Road Runners ATV/UTV Club of Monroe County
23472 Cortland Avenue, Warrens, WI 54666; email@example.com
The Road Runners ATV/UTV Club was formed in 2013 for individuals interested in establishing ATV routes in the Towns of Lincoln, La Grange and Grant and the Village of Warrens. To date more than 500 miles of connecting routes have been established. The Club is also interested in encouraging safe, family fun for local residents and visitors to our area. Membership is open to anyone. All members are required to be working members of the club, putting forth an effort to improve the club and/or ATVing and UTVing as a whole. Dues are $10 for individuals, $20 for families and $30 for businesses. Click here to download a membership form. See their Facebook page for upcoming meeting dates.
Tomah Area Cancer Support Inc.
1401 N. Superior, Tomah, WI 54660; (608) 372-8227; help@TAcancerSupport.org
Tomah Area Cancer Support Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded to help cancer patients residing in the Tomah Area School District and Wilton area with financial assistance for medical related expenses, transportation, groceries and other needs as requested. See our website for information on requesting support, fundraising events and more. We also invite you to become a fan of our Facebook page.
Tomah-Warrens Sportsman’s Alliance
P.O. Box 772, Tomah, WI 54660; (608) 372-5469
The Tomah-Warrens Sportsman’s Alliance offers skeet, 5-stand and archery shooting at our clubhouse at 26143 Broadway Avenue, Warrens. Skeet and 5-stand shooting is Tuesday nights from 5:30 p.m. until done. From late spring through early fall, outdoor 3-D archery shooting is offered Thursday nights. During the winter months through early spring, we have indoor archery. Youth archery is offered Thursdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Adult shooting is from 7 p.m. until done. Memberships are $10 for youth, $35 for singles and $50 for families. See our Facebook page for more information.
Warren Mills Cemetery Association
P.O. Box 81, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 387-0233
The Warren Mills Cemetery was established in 1888, when Warrens was known by its original name of Warren Mills. The Cemetery Association was organized in March 1890 to be in charge of the upkeep of the cemetery. The first officers were John Felton, William Barber, Ace Halstad, Britten Gillette, Louis Premo and L.O. Olson, who were among the early civic leaders of Warrens. For information regarding the cemetery, contact Secretary Linda Pierce at the phone number listed above.
Warrens Area Business Association
28702 County Highway EW, Warrens, WI 54666; firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership to the Warrens Area Business Association is open to all local business owners, organizations and interested individuals. The organization currently has more than 75 members. WABA is the host of the Visit Warrens website and Visit Warrens Facebook page. For more information about WABA, click here.
Warrens Girl Scout Troop 4428
27815 Concord Avenue, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 344-0074 or (608) 343-9606
Organized in 2013, membership in the Warrens Area Girl Scout Troop is open to any girl in grades K through 12. The troop meets every other Monday at Living Stones Fellowship Church. For more information, contact Melissa Kogutkiewicz or Selena Meacham at (608) 343-9606.
Warrens Area Youth Association
P.O. Box 94, Warrens, WI 54666; email@example.com
The Warrens Area Youth Association sponsors Hope for the Holidays, a giving program for area children and their families, and the Warrens Area Community Christmas. Other activities that WAYA sponsors or co-sponsors include summer kickball league, Halloween Bash and the Warrens Community Easter Breakfast. Watch their Facebook page for upcoming events or ask to be put on their e-newsletter list.
Warrens Cranberry Festival, Inc.
402 Pine Street, P.O. Box 146, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4200; firstname.lastname@example.org
Organizers of the world’s largest cranberry festival, the Warrens Cranberry Festival organization is always seeking additional volunteers interested in helping with the festival. The funds raised by the festival are used exclusively for the civic betterment and social improvements in the Warrens community. The organization’s regular meeting night is the 2nd Monday of the month.
Warrens Community Meals
Contact Person: Sara Moseley, 5047 CTH O, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 343-6673
The Warrens Community Meals are held monthly at the Warrens Lions Log Building. Various community organizations, area churches, local businesses and individuals help to sponsor the meals, which are open to all. Originally organized by Living Stones Fellowship Church, the Community Meals are now coordinated by the Cranberry Country Lioness and Warrens Lions Club. Any groups interested in preparing a meal, assisting with setup or cleanup, or donating food can contact Sara Moseley. For details on upcoming Community Meals, join the Warrens Community Meals Facebook group. Information is also posted on the Visit Warrens website.
Warrens Elementary Parent Teacher Organization
P.O. Box 8, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-7800
Membership in the Warrens PTO is open to any teacher or parent of Warrens Elementary School students. The PTO helps to raise funds for field trips, enrichment programs, and anything else that benefits students attending the Warrens Elementary School.
Warrens Lions Club
P.O. Box 1, Warrens, WI 54666; email@example.com
Since the organization’s founding in 1985, the Warrens Lions Club has striven to make the Warrens community a better place to live. The Warrens Lion Club also strongly supports state and international levels of Lionism. The club meets on the first and third Mondays of the month, at 7 p.m., at the Warrens Lions Log Building, 601 Pine Street. For more information, see their website and Facebook page.
Warrens Little Free Library
28702 CTH EW, Warrens, WI 54666; firstname.lastname@example.org
The first Warrens Little Free Library was installed next to the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center in downtown Warrens in July 2012. Since then, three more mini libraries have been opened: the Warrens Elementary School Little Free Library, the Warrens Park Little Free Library, and a seasonal library at Moseley’s Roadside Market.
Warrens Softball Association
Josh Shisler, Manager, (608) 387-9367
The Warrens Softball Association’s season runs from mid May through mid August. Games are played Tuesday nights with the first game starting at 6:30 p.m. The softball field is located next to the Warrens Lions Log Building, 601 Pine Street, Warrens. For information on the schedule or team standings, visit the Warrens Softball Association Facebook page.
Warrens Trail Twisters
P.O. Box 81, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 387-0233
The Warrens Trail Twisters promote winter family fun by maintaining snowmobile trails in Monroe and Jackson County, and allowing snowmobile enthusiasts access to local businesses. Additional projects and events include a wine garden at the Warrens Cranberry Festival, community sledding party, club trips and participation at the Wisconsin Snowmobile Conference. Our non-profit organization gives back to the community by making donations to local groups and events, helping at the Warrens Community Meals and sponsoring a high school scholarship. See our Facebook page for more information.
Warrens Yak Club
5047 County Highway O, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-3764; email@example.com
An informal organization of individuals who enjoy the outdoors, the Warrens Yak Club’s primary activity is kayaking and canoeing on the numerous cranberry reservoirs in the Warrens area. But the group also goes snowshoeing ~ and sometimes even does a little kayak sledding ~ in winter. For more information on the group’s activities, become a fan of their Facebook page.