Carson Lodge #132 A.F. & A.M.

  • Instituted Oct. 1871 with 75 members. In 1999 the membership is 160 strong.
    The Lodge meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month.
    The Sausage and Waffle Supper held the first Saturday in February each year in the new Lodge Building.
    A Annual Steak Supper is held in April each year.
    The Lodge has a new event on the 4th Sunday of the month; a Sunday Breakfast Buffet.
  • Coterie was organized in 1943, see history written by Myrtle Cox, a charter member.
  • Craft and Chatter Club
  • Elk City Christian Church Old Church burned down, the new church completed in 2016
  • Elk City Kansas PRIDE Org. – Organized in 1995
  • Elk City Web Site sponsored by PRIDE
  • Elk City Senior Citizens – North Group
  • Senior Community Building Center
  • Elk City Volunteer Fire Department

Gingham Aprons FCE (Family-Community-Education) – Chartered in 1943 celebrating 64 years. First organized as Farm Bureau Unite, then Home Demonstration Unit (HDU) then changed to Extension Homemakers Unit (EHU) and now known as the Family, Community and Education (FCE). Originally the club served the high school Athletic Banquets and they always wore Gingham Aprons and that is how they got the club name

Louisburg Township– Volunteer Rural Fire Dept.

Mount Tabor Club– Started in 1951 in the home of Winnie Hoyt. Original members were: Janie Stark, Mary Vaughn, Ella Burns, Margaret Counsil and Mrs. Mundy. Opal Frazier joined in 1954.

Order of Eastern Star Prosperity Chapter #134 -Chartered in May 11, 1893. Mattie (Carson) Davis was elected to serve as the first Worthy Matron (WM)of Chapter #134. She was the daughter of William Carson. Mattie was elected as Grand Chapter Worthy Grand Matron of the OES in 1918. The Eastern Star Prosperity Chapter #134 consolidated with EVA Chapter # 18 in Independence in 2012.

Power of the Past (POP)-Antique Tractor Club – To preserve, collect and restore historical equipment and its history

Sunflower Club – – Founded in 1913 as the Old Maids Club. When the ladies started getting married they didn’t want to give up the club so they changed it to Sunflower Club. History of Sunflower Club written by Vadis Kimrey

United Methodist Women – Turkey Supper scheduled in October