Payette Lakes Progressive Club
Established 1930 - Incorporated 1989
Motto - No task too great for those who are willing.
Goals of the Payette Lakes Progressive Club
Civic improvement and promotion of public welfare - Support for education - McCall beautification - Support for activities of Girl Scouting and area youth
Since its inception in 1930, the Payette Lakes Progressive Club has been helping to build the McCall community. The Club assisted the sponsorship of the McCall Public Library, McCall Memorial Hospital and the formation of Art Roberts Park. Club members promoted the landscaping of City parks and financed the City park sprinkler system in the 1960's. Band uniforms were purchased for the high school in 1969, as well as the first winter street decorations. The tradition of planted flower barrels downtown began with the club.
Join this worthy civic organization and combine your efforts with ours to make a difference in our community. Membership is open to women of all ages!
The Club meets the second Tuesday at noon during the months of February, April, June, August, October and December.
Here are some other local community efforts supported by Payette lakes Progressive Club!
Annual academic scholarships to local high school girls - Financial assistance to Heartland Hunger Resource Center (McCall Food Bank) - Support of the Payette Lakes community Association's After School Program - McCall Centennial Park - Positive Outdoor Teen Service (POTS Program) - St. Andrew's episcopal Church Summer Reading Camp - St. Luke's McCall Digital Mammogram Machine - St. Luke's Hospital Hope and Healing Program - McCall College - Donnelly Elementary School purchase of musical instruments - McCall Beautification