• Local Clubs & Organizations

  • American Legion & Ladies Auxiliary   

    The American Legion is an organization of military veterans and their wives. Both organizations meet at the same time every third Tuesday of the month at the American Legion Building just off AL Hwy 33, south of Moulton. For more information on the American Legion, call Phil Terry at 256-350-4973; for the Ladies Auxiliary, call C. Annette Logan at 256-974-1546.


    The Rotary Club of Lawrence County meets every Thursday at noon at Western Sirloin Steakhouse in Moulton located at 11383 AL-157, Moulton, AL 35650  For more information, call David Norwood at WALW-FM, at 256-905-4400.

    Lions Clubs   

    The Moulton Lions Club meets on the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of the month at the Lions Club Building in Moulton. The major fundraising project for the club is the Lawrence County Fair held in October annually.  For more information, call Jerome Thompson at 256-340-4762. 

    The Town Creek Lions Club meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Meetings are held at the Town Creek Community Center on Main Street. The club is engaged in a variety of fundraising and community service efforts. For information about membership, call Mayor Mike Parker at (256) 685-3344.


    The Civitan Club meets on the first and third Mondays of each month in Moulton. For more information, contact Ed Herring at 256-303-7281.


    LC Cattleman's Association   

    The Lawrence County Cattleman's Association is one of the most thriving organizations in Lawrence County.  The Cattleman's Association is a state and national organization.  For more information, call Larry Louallen at 256-898-4156.

    Garden Clubs

    There are several garden clubs in Lawrence. Some meet during the day others meet in the evening.

    National Active & Retired Federal Employees   

    The group meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month in Moulton. For more information, contact Tommie Hollingsworth at 256-974-5711.

    Lawrence County History and Preservation Society   

    The Lawrence County History and Preservation Society's mission is to promote and appreciate the history and heritage of Lawrence County, Alabama, and preserve its historic structures and landmarks for the betterment of our county.  They are committed to educating the public, supporting the Lawrence County Archives and working to preserve our local history.  For more information, email President, Ann Britnell at lchps18@gmail.com or contact the local Lawrence County Archives at 256-974-1757.


    Lawrence County Historical Commission

    The organization promotes the study of Lawrence County history and helps support the Lawrence County Archives. For more information, 256-974-1757

    Masons, Eastern Star   

    There are a number of lodges for Masons and Eastern Star located in Lawrence County communities.

    4-H Clubs   

    4-H Clubs, sponsored under the wing of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, are active in all Lawrence County high schools, providing a variety of learning experiences, community service opportunities and fun for youngsters. There is also a 4-H organization for homeschool children.

    The Moulton Civic and Social Club

    The Moulton Civic and Social Club is active in the community and hosts an annual Unity Breakfast. The club also awards an annual scholarship. For more information, contact Glenda Reynolds at 256-566-9050.  

    United Way of Lawrence County  

    The mission of the organization is to promote and enhance the social and human service needs of the citizens of Lawrence County through effective development of the diverse governmental, business, and individual financial resources through the centralized coordination of fund-raising efforts to prevent waste and duplication of effort.  For more information contact Executive Director, Kathy Thrasher, at 256-974-5955.


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