Clubs and Organizations

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    • 0-amlegion532-300x200The American Legion Post 532

      P.O. Box 22, Hayesville, NC 28904

      Monthly meetings are on the last Tuesday of every month at Clay County Community Building (25 Riverside Circle, Hayesville) at 1800 hrs. with Ladies Auxiliary. Post meeting to follow at 1900 hrs. The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, war-time veteran’s organization, and devoted to mutual helpfulness.

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    • American Red Cross

      Alli Trask
      100 Edgewood Rd., Asheville, NC 28804
      Disaster relief at home and abroad, CPR certification and first aid courses, blood donation and emergency preparedness.The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world.

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    • 0-bccc-300x200Brasstown Community Civic Center Inc

      Susan Staugler
      255 Settawig Rd, Brasstown, NC 28902
      PO Box 111, Brasstown, NC 28902
      Live Entertainment & Hall for rent
      Non Profit community center promoting the welfare,
      civic spirit and pride of Brasstown and the immediate vicinity.

      Check the concert schedule on our website for details.

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    • 0-cccra-300x200Clay Co Communities Revitalization Assoc

      PO Box 1533, Hayesville, NC 28904

      To stimulate economic growth, promote the assets,
      and preserve the heritage of Clay County. Since our chartering in December 1998, CCCRA received and disbursed over $750,000 in grants and contributions, and was honored with the 2002 Governor’s Award. We sponsor annual community-centered fundraising events, 50 “fun raisers” in all through 2015. Established the Summer Concert Series in 2010. 2016 Concert schedule right here.

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    • 0-foodpantry-300x200Clay County Food Pantry

      2278 Hinton Center Rd.,Hayesville, NC 28904

      Mailing Address: P.O. Box 853, Hayesville, NC 28904

      The Clay County Food Pantry needs your commitment of money and food to help us in this time of crisis. It is the only resource for food for the needy of our area! Requests for food are up about 30% in the past 6 months and resources are down! Help to Feed the Hungry of Clay County. The Solution is Us!!!

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    • Clay County Historical & Arts Council

      Sarah Smith
      Old Jail Museum, 21 Davis Loop, Hayesville, NC 28904

      We are open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor
      Day Weekend. We will be open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. During September and October, we will be open on Friday’s and Saturday’s only.

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    • Clay County Lions Club
      (703) 725-9819

      Neil Kaplan, 1st VP
      PO Box 58,Hayesville,NC28904

      We support programs to assist blind and sight-impaired individuals at the local, regional and national levels. We also support local charities assisting Clay County children and the elderly. We raise donations through service and fundraising campaigns. Meets 1st & 3rd Thursday at the Boy Scout Bldg. on Davis Loop at 6:30pm

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      Clay County Tractor Club
      Cell: 828-361-7188
      3514 Old Hwy 64, Warne, NC 28904

      Non-profit Tractor Club set up initially as a scholarship fund in memory of Dwight Smith.
      Don’t miss our parade on the Hayesville square in September.

      2016 Tractor Parade will be at Noon on September 24 “Ag Day” call Silas Brown from the NC Co-op at 828.389.6305 for additional info.



    • Clay County Travel & Tourism
      (828) 389-3704

      Lee Holland
      Fax: (828) 389-1033

      Hayesville, North Carolina,28904
      THE GOAL of the Clay County Travel and Tourism Board
      is to promote travel and tourism for Clay County.
      The Clay County Travel and Tourism Board is funded by the three percent Clay County Occupancy Tax
      collected from accomodation businesses. The Clay County Travel and Tourism Board meets six times a year. Grants awarded support the purpose and objective of the mission statement. The Clay County Board of Commissioners has elected to appoint six Clay County citizens/members and one member of the Clay County Board of Commissioners to the Clay County Travel and Tourism Board.



    • Hayesville Civitan Club
      (828) 389-6231

      David Setzer
      1546 Old Hwy. 64 W., Hayesville, NC 28904

      Chartered April 1990 as a Co-ed Club and part of
      Civitan International supported by membership dues and serves the local community. Civitans have been helping people since the organization’s founding in 1917, by a group of businessmen determined to make a difference in their community. In the 1950’s, Civitan adopted a special emphasis on helping people with developmental disabilities. Civitan was one of the major supporters of Special Olympics International, and thousands of Civitans still support these local events. Civitan clubs also fund and organize special camps and events for people with developmental disabilities.

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    • Historic Hayesville, Inc.

      Deborah Nichols
      P.O. Box 525
      40 Church Street
      Hayesville, NC 28904

      Sandy: 828-361-7058 Deborah: 828-389-8039

      Historic Hayesville, Inc (HHI) is a 501 C3 corporation an is an all volunteer organization that manages Hayesville small town main street program. HHI is committed to working with other volunteer organizations in Clay County.


    • Hiwassee River Watershed Coalition Inc.

      Callie Moore, Executive Director
      Fax: 828-837-5414
      3711 E. US Hwy 64 Alt., Ste 4,Murphy,NC 28906

      HRWC is a local, non-governmental, conservation
      nonprofit organization whose mission is to facilitate water quality improvements in lakes and streams throughout the upper Hiwassee River watershed within Cherokee and Clay counties in North Carolina and Towns and Union counties in north Georgia. Contact us to find out how you can volunteer to help protect and improve our lakes and streams.

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    • 0-isrch-300x200ISRCH-Independent Search & Rescue Canine Handlers, Inc.
      (585) 329-0585

      Mary C. Davenport
      (585) 329-0550
      90 Addington Way, Hayesville, NC 28904

      We are an independent, all-volunteer, search and
      rescue resource. Our Canine Response Teams (CRT) are
      available to Fire, Rescue, Emergency Management and Law Enforcement Agencies to assist in searching for lost or missing persons including children, hikers, Alzheimer/DAT patients, boaters, downed aircraft or others in need. There is never a charge for our services. ISRCH is a a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives using highly skilled dog teams and handlers trained in search tactics and search dog handling.

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    • Mountain Harbour POA Inc.

      Kurt Hoffmann


      The Property Owners Association takes care of all business for the Ridges @ Mountain Harbour. The Ridges is a beautiful golf course community in Hayesville, North Carolina with gently rolling hills in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, close to Lake Chatuge. The community is rural but close to large cities, being only about two hours drive from either Atlanta, Chattanooga or Asheville. Lots are spacious and either surround the golf course or are higher up for more panoramic views of lake and mountains.The golf club has the additional amenities of a licensed grill, swimming pool and workout room.



    • Mountain Regional Arts & Crafts Guild – Artworks Artisan Centre

      Paula Canup, President

      232 B Chatuge Way, Hiawassee, GA 30546
      Fine Art & Handmade Crafts – Jewelry, Stained Glass,
      Pottery, Gourds, Painted Wood & Glass, Oils, Photography, Pastels, Acrilics, Baskets, Carvings, Fiber Art, Furniture ~ MADE BY LOCAL ARTISANS. Children and adult classes, day and evening, taught by well known instructors.The Guild operated ArtWorks store provides a year-round venue for the public to view and purchase the highest quality art and craft work created by local guild members.

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    • NC Co-Op Extension Service

      Silas Brown
      Fax: 828-389-8872

      55 Riverside Circle Suite 108, Hayesville, NC 28904
      NC Cooperative Extension partners with communities to deliver education and technology that enrich the lives, land and economy of North Carolinians.

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    • North Carolina Community Foundation
      Clay County

      Katie Crumpler

      NCCF was created to ensure all of our citizens have access to philanthropic resources, with a focus on rural areas.The NCCF is the single statewide community foundation serving North Carolina and has made $101 million in grants since its inception in 1988. The NCCF partners with 60 affiliate foundations to provide local resource allocation and community assistance in 67 counties across the state. An important component of the NCCF’s mission is to ensure that rural philanthropy has a voice at local, regional and national levels.

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    • 0-paws4a-300x200Paws 4A Warrior
      (678) 910-5036
      Bill Buck
      262 Ed Moore Rd.,Hayesville, NC 28904
      We train companion support dogs for veterans diagnosed with PTSD. We also provide basic 
      obedience training for the public as well as therapy focused training for those interested in animal therapy work. 
      In addition we offer animal safety presentations to local schools, libraries & other organizations such as Scout troops. supporting our silent wounded and providing 
      companion dogs for veterans and those suffering from PTSD and TBI. Obedience and therapy dog training for the public. Go to website for class workshop information.

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    • Reach of Clay County

      P.O. Box 1485
      Hayesville, NC 28904

      Local non-profit emergency shelter for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault.


    • Rotary Club of Clay County

      Bill Sweeney

      PO Box 916,Hayesville,NC 28904

      Dedicated to “service above self”. The Rotary Club of Clay County meets from noon to 1 pm on Tuesdays at the Hinton Rural Life Center. The club was chartered in 2011 and is committed to community-based projects and Rotary International’s “Service Above Self” motto. The Rotary Club of Clay County’s events and fundraisers help local education by providing  scholarships, donating equipment/supplies and supporting various student groups and associations.

      We host the annual “Car-B-Q” in June with over one hundred of participating collectors and show cars.

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    • United Way of Cherokee & Clay Counties

      Karen L Borchers, ED
      70 Central Street,Murphy,NC28906

      Fax: 828-835-3434
      The United Way raises funds to distribute to non-profit social service agencies.

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    • VFW Post 6812

      Post Commander: Bob Bond
      District Commander: John Glenn
      P.O. Box 825, Hayesville, NC 28904
      History of this Post: Founded 1953
      Meeting Dates: Second Thursday each month. Post is located behind “Black and Gold” youth  Building at 357 Anderson Street, Hayesville, NC 28904. Meeting starts at 1900 Hours.
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