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Business listed are members of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce or have registered with the Chamber. For more information call 479-996-6357

Boy Scouts of America - Troop 54 
Boy Scouts of America is designed to prepare young men for the future. We help them discover their interests and develop their potential to be the best they can be. We do this through activities such as camping, hiking, merit badge programs and high adventure. 

Greenwood Art Guild
Martha Efurd 
The Greenwood Art Guild strives to encourage appreciation of the fine arts in our community and to provide artists the opportunity to learn and grow. Guild shows provide a means for artists to display work to the public. Most meetings include a demonstration by an excellent artist. The organization began in February of 1997. Meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month.  The requirements for membership is interest in visual fine arts and $25 dues per year.

Greenwood Garden Club 
Carolyn Corbin, President 479-996-4404

Rozanne Sterling, Vice President 479-996-6796
The Greenwood Garden Club meets on the fourth Tuesday each month with exception of July and August. Meetings are at a home of a club member. The club has been a member of the Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs since 1950 and is affiliated with the Greater Fort Smith Council of Garden Clubs. The club hosts informative programs by expert guests and they participate in the annual Spring Lawn and Garden Flower Show each year. They are also involved in the Rose and Chrysanthemum Show in the Summer and Fall.

The Greenwood Garden Club is also involved in community projects such as the landscaping of the historical Vineyard Cabin and the Town Square. Their annual fund-raiser and a long-standing tradition in Greenwood is the Annual Spring Garden Tour and Tea.

Greenwood Lions Club 
Larry Stnnfill 
No Meetings are being held at this time.

The Greenwood Ministerial Alliance 
Rev. Orin Frank
Phone: 479-996-2466
The Greenwood Ministerial Alliance brings together the pastors of several Christian churches in the Greenwood area. The Alliance allows for communication between the churches which these pastors represent. During the year the Alliance traditionally sponsors three services for the Greenwood community and surrounding areas: at noon on Good Friday, at sunrise on Easter Sunday, and on the Tuesday evening before Thanksgiving.

Greenwood Masonic Lodge #131 
P.O. Box 1086
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-2005

Greenwood Rotary Club 
P.O. Box 1123
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-4171
The Greenwood Rotary Club meets each Friday at noon in the Means Wilkinson Community Room at Farmers Bank. 

Greenwood Round-up Club 
P.O. Box 1482
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-2886 or 479-996-4335
Family oriented club that teaches horsemanship and riding events. Sponsors Greenwood Rodeo in June. 
Shodeos held monthly March through October. Call for dates and times. Family Memberships are $20.00 annually.

Grand Chapter #197 Order of the Eastern Star of Arkansas 
P.O. Box 19222
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-2634

Sebastian County 4-H 
Phone: 479-484-7734
4-H is a leader in youth development. This youth organization offers "hands-on" learning activities for young people (ages 5-19) so they might become productive citizens. We have events taking place year around.

Sebastian County Extension Homemakers Club 
P.O. Box 458
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-4943 
The mission of Extension Homemakers Clubs is to strengthen individuals and families through continuing education, leadership development, and community service. This mission is accomplished through regular club meetings where members are exposed to the latest information on subjects such as nutrition, financial management, family and child development, health, energy, the environment, and much more. In addition to a monthly club meeting, members organize and conduct special projects for the children, senior citizens, and others in the community. 

Sebastian County Fair Association
P.O. Box 12
Greenwood, AR 72936 
The Sebastian County Fair Association exists exclusively for the purpose of instructing and educating the residents of Sebastian County in the areas of home economics and agriculture by conducting, but not limited to, public fairs and exhibits. The Sebastian County Fair is one of the events sponsored by the Association for this purpose and is recognized by the State of Arkansas as the official county fair for Sebastian County. This accomplishment cannot be made without the involvement of volunteers and the dedication of Association members whose mission is to influence the youth of Sebastian County in the areas of home economics and agriculture, therefore creating community development. The Sebastian County Fair Association pledges its support in providing premium money, prizes, and scholarships to the youth for this purpose. These funds shall be raised through state and county contributions, public donations, and facility generated profits. It is the aim and goal of the Association to return all funds to the mission of the Sebastian County Fair Association.

Sebastian County Girls and Boys Clubs
38 North Hester Cut
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-252-0389
BLYACSince its beginning in 1984, the South Sebastian County Youth Organization (S.S.C.Y.O.) has served thousands of youth. The 30-acre sports complex is located on Highway 71 South, one mile east of Greenwood, Arkansas. It includes nine ball fields and a learning center.
The following sports programs are offered to youth members ages 5 to 18:

  • Baseball - season begins around the first of May. T-ball for 4 and 6 yr. olds up to Junior Babe Ruth league.
  • Softball - season runs concurrent with baseball. Coed 4 & 6 yr. old (coach pitch) up to over 16 year old girls. (ASA sanctioned 7 & 7 yr. olds and up.)
  • Soccer - fall sport starting around September first. This is coed for 5 years old and up.
  • Basketball - season begins about the first of December. Both boys and girls teams from kindergarten through high school.
  • Cheerleading - runs during basketball season. This is also for the same grade levels as basketball.
  • After School Program: Monday through Friday 3pm to 7pm.

Membership is available for all youth ages 4 through 18. The membership year begins in the summer with baseball and carries through the other sports. Call for membership fees. 
baseballSebastian Retired Citizens Association (SRCA)
Senior Citizen Center
125 W. Center
Greenwood Center
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-6581 Unitedway Graphic
The Sebastian Retired Citizens Association offer the following serves to the elderly community of Greenwood:

  • Socialization
  • Congregate Meal
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Transportation

South Sebastian County Historical Society 
P.O. Box 523
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-2962

Meetings are at 7 p.m. on the 3rd Monday of each Month at the Farmers Bank Community Room in Greenwood. 
Organized 1963, Incorporated 1970, Non-profit and tax exempt. The purpose of the organizations is the preservations of the history of Sebastian County, Arkansas and to publish the Key.

The United Way of Fort Smith Area, Inc. 
320 South 18th Street 
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Phone: (479) 782-1311 
Unitedway GraphicOffice Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday.

Veterans of Foreign War (VFW)
South side of the square 
Greenwood, AR 72936
Phone: 479-996-7106

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