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    Taxonomy Code: TD-1400.8000

    Organizations whose members are business and professional men and/or women, housewives, students, military dependents or other individuals who have a common interest in improving the life of the community, which raise funds through events such as barbecues, theater parties, art shows or telethons to finance any of a wide variety of community service projects that have been selected by the membership. Most service clubs are chapters of national or international organizations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Connecting Women-Women's Resource Center of DurangoOffers practical “how-to” workshops on topics as wide ranging as Car Care 101, tax preparation for women to leadership programs with horses. Schedule varies, depending upon interest, topics, and experts’ availability. La Plata County679 E 2ND AVEWomen's Resource Center
    Educational Opportunity Fund Scholarship Program-Women's Resource Center of DurangoThe Educational Opportunity Fund Scholarship Program helps women who may or may not be ready for college, but who would benefit from any kind of training that would give them the skills they need to find a better-paying job. La Plata County679 E 2ND AVEWomen's Resource Center
    Eyeglasses Program - Grand Junction Lions ClubThe Grand Junction Lions Club assists children whose parents cannot afford eyeglasses and also the working poor. Eyeglass frames donations can be dropped off at City Market on 1st and Rood in Grand Junction.Mesa CountyNo physical addressGrand Junction Lions Club
    Grants and Assistance - Tri-Town Lions ClubService Club Organization that offers the Leo Program, Lions Award Grants, and help during disasters.Weld CountyTri-Town Lions ClubTri-Town Lions Club
    Kiwanis Club (Grand Junction) - Kiwanis InternationalClub meetings traditionally are conducted once a week and offer an atmosphere of fun, learning, and fellowship. This initiative focuses on the needs of children in pediatric trauma, safety, child care, early development, infant health, nutrition, and parenting skills. Contact directly for more information on Camp Kiwanis.Mesa CountyNo Physical AddressKiwanis International
    Small Business Owners & Professionals - Women's Resource Center of DurangoThe Women's Resource Center provides information, referrals, and services that enhance a women's knowledge about different aspects of entrepreneurship and that help build skills to improve the success of their ventures.La Plata County679 E 2ND AVEWomen's Resource Center

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