CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
101 Marshall Avenue
South Milwaukee, WI 53172
Our 14 acre site has 95 slips, clubhouse w/ bar, fuel dock, fish cleaning station, outdoor pavilion, and 24/7 bathroom/shower facilities which are sustained, funded and maintained by Club members by our co-op style membership program.
More than 65 years of boating heritage is reflected in our commitment to family, friends & fellowship which makes SMYC a great place to visit, relax and catch up with old friends.
Lions club members use their time and talents to provide hands-on assistance to enhance our communities. Through these experiences, members acquire new skills, cultivate lasting friendships, meet challenges head-on and learn a lot about themselves in the process. Looking for Fulfillment? When was the last time you did something for yourself? Something that made you feel wonderful? Something that made the world around you a better place? Volunteering your time not only helps those in need, but also gives you a sense of pride and accomplishment that comes from deep within. There is nothing like that feeling in the world.
We are always looking for civic-minded citizens who are willing to donate some time and effort toward making our communities better places in which to live. If you are interested in visiting South Milwaukee Lions Club , please E Mail to receive an invitation to our Club. You can join us and learn more about what Lions really do to help their fellow man. Membership in a Lions Club is by invitation only. Through membership, Lions not only help people in need, but they have opportunities to develop personal friendships and gain valuable leadership skills which can be used in their work or in their personal lives.
Every year, the SM Lions Club host an annual festival, filled with three days of music, food, rides, games and more, during South Milwaukee’s Heritage Day’s week long celebration. Lionsfest takes place on the last weekend in July. Find out more about Lionsfest here.
717 Milwaukee Avenue
South Milwaukee, WI 53172
Our city’s motto is “Proud Past…Promising Future”. Our mission is to preserve that Proud Past. To do that we need your support. Check out the Coming Events page for activities you might be interested in. You don’t have to be a member to participate. Or download the self-guided walking tour of South Milwaukee under Society Events. Want to learn more about what you see on the tour? Join the Society! A membership form can be found on the Members page.
The Historical Society has been serving the community for over 40 years. With your support we can continue to preserve our history for the future generations.
The Friends of the Millpond & Oak Creek Watercourse is an organization of over 50 members whose objective is the restoration and beautification of the land and water environment that surround the South Milwaukee Mill Pond and Oak Creek Watercourse.
The Friends of the Mill Pond & Oak Creek Watercourse, Inc. hold monthly meetings at locations described on our webpage at FOMP Meeting Schedule. At these meetings fund raising activities and events are discussed along with other business at hand. The public is welcome to attend these meetings.
Friends of Grant Park
The mission of Friends of Grant Park is to preserve natural areas of the park, enhance unique features of the park, encourage use of the park, and to provide a mechanism for private contributions to supplement public funding of Grant Park.
FOGP have monthly meeting which are open to the public.We encourage you to attend and get involved. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM at the Grant Park Golf Course Clubhouse. Park Watch issues are always first on the agenda.
South Milwaukee Human Concerns
South Milwaukee Human Concerns is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization receiving no taxpayer funds that delivers critical help and hope to needs-based residents through emergency food, clothing and other essential services.
601 Menomonee Avenue
South Milwaukee WI, 53172
We offer instruction on the Christian beliefs. We help families grow stronger. We help people overcome addiction. We help people find a firm foundation for daily living. Most of all we offer hope to all people in this sometimes harsh world.
131 S 69th street
Milwaukee, WI 53214
We’re 2.7 million strong—1.9 million girls and 800,000 adult volunteers who believe girls can change the world. It began over 100 years ago with one woman, Girl Scouts’ founder Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low, who believed in the power of every girl. She organized the first Girl Scout troop on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia, and every year since, we’ve made her vision a reality, helping girls discover their strengths, passions, and talents.
City of South Milwaukee
South Milwaukee Community & Business Association
2424 15th Avenue
South Milwaukee, WI 53172
The South Milwaukee Community and Business Association’s mission is to improve commerce in the area while giving back to the community. Some of our goals include strengthening our member network, encourage community involvement, maintaining proactive partnerships with our government and community organizations and become a unique destination community. It is our vision to drive economic growth by creating a welcoming atmosphere for South Milwaukee’s residents, workers and guests. Our involvement in the community and support for our local businesses stand above all standards, to help develop and strengthen South Milwaukee’s rich heritage, while upholding the beauty of what we call home.