Clubs & Organizations around the Tuscarawas Valley Ohio Region
The Baltic Community Club Inc. is a non-profit organization, comprised of local residents who donate their time and service to make improvements to/in the community of Baltic. In 2000, the club became a corporation and applied for tax-exempt status. In March 2000, we became a non-profit (tax-exempt) organization.
Was chartered in 1999. The society includes the Village of Baltic, and surrounding townships
of Bucks, Clark, and Crawford. Membership is open to anyone regardless of your residence.
We meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at Baltic Village Hall. Meeting starts at 7:30pm.
Club 3000 was formed in response to the announced intention, in 1987, to locate a solid waste landfill in Southern Stark County, Ohio. The landfill was to be built north of the Tuscarawas County line and astride the Big Indian water aquilter, the primary source of drinking water for hundreds of thousands of people in Tuscarawas and Stark County. Club 3000 opposed the construction of such a facility at this location. Starting in 1990 and continuing to present, Club 3000 has monitored the CountyWide Landfill in keeping with signed agreements with the Landfill authorities and the EPA to ensure compliance with standing regulations and guard against land and water pollution. Other activities undertaken include educating and informing the general public about the possible effects of landfills on the water, land, air and general health and welfare of the community through meetings and the provision of speakers. Club 3000 also conducts research on water pollution and the long-term effects of landfills.
Tuscarawas CIC Mission Statement The CIC advances, encourages and promotes the industrial, economic, commercial, and civic development of all Tuscarawas County. The CIC has been in operation for more than 45 years and is composed of volunteer trustees who are a representation of business and professional leaders in the county along with mayors and county commissioners. The CIC is organized and operated in accordance with Chapter 1724 of the Ohio Revised Code and is a tax-exempt entity
Tuscarawas County 4-H is a family affair. Everyone becomes involved in the learning, the business, and the fun.
4-H is a non-formal, educational, youth development program that is offered to kids age 5 and in Kindergarten to 19, regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, gender, or handicap.Nearly 300,000 Ohio youth are enrolled in 4-H youth development programs and activities in 2001. The 4-H program utilizes four primary delivery methods to educate youth. These methods include community clubs and school enrichment, special emphasis, and camping programs.
United Way of Tuscarawas County, Inc. is an independently-governed 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization located in New Philadelphia, Ohio. Although we are connected to a network of more than 1,400 local United Ways through United Way Worldwide, we have our own board of directors and financially support only health & human service programs serving the Tuscarawas County area
Tusco Rifle Club is a family oriented club situated on 360 acres in Tuscarawas County, Ohio. Our purpose is to educate and promote safe shooting sports. We have many shooting events throughout the year at Tusco for rifle, pistol, and shotgun shooters. Some of these events are serious competition but most are fun shoots where the emphasis is on having a good time and not on winning or special fancy equipment. Tusco offers firearms training for children and adults by N.R.A. Certified Coaches and Instructors.
Situated in the rolling Dover hills, Union Country Club offers a multitude of experiences for anyone who passes through our doors. These amenities include fine dining, picturesque golf, a gorgeous pool facility, and socializing and special event opportunities.
Please take your time to view our website to see all that Union Country Club has to offer. If you have any questions, please contact us for additional details.
National Military Services Program(NMS) The VFW National Military Services Program includes: Operation Uplink (phone calls thru internet cafes and/or phone cards), UnMet Needs (Emergency Financial Assistance), MAP (Post reimbursement for military activities), Adopt-A-Unit (Troop Support), Guard and Reserve Information, Family Assistance Centers, DOD Death Gratuity Increases. For more information: