• The Lions Club has been active in Myrtle Point since 1928. The group serves the community through a number service projects through the year including providing eyeglasses, hearing support, support for cataract surgery and vision and health screenings. They also hold Bingo nights each Tuesday to raise money for their projects. Contact information: http://lions.sworegon.org.
• The local Veterans organization is the VFW Lee Ray Post #2928. Contact information: PO Box 611, Myrtle Point, OR 97458.
• The Myrtle Point Rotary Club is a community and international service organization helping the sovepiller uden recept community. They meet each Thursday at noon at the Kozy Kitchen Restaurant in Myrtle Point. Contact information: PO Box 548, Myrtle Point, OR 97458.
• The Myrtle Point Food Bank serves the community with emergency food needs. Donations of food and money are always, as a volunteers. The food bank and thrift store are located at 1320 Maryland Avenue. Food bank hours are 4 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday; thrift store hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday.
• The Myrtle Point Senior Center provides a social gathering spot, weekly hot meals, health screenings and bingo for area senior citizens. Hot meals are served for a reasonable cost at the center on Monday, Wednesday and Friday beginning at 11:30 a.m.; home deliveries are also available. The center is located at 1441 Doborout Street. Contact information: 572-3151.
• The Myrtle Point Masons Lodge endeavors to support men committed to self-improvement, family values and community involvement. The group meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Masonic Hall at 529 Maple Street. Contact information: Master George Seely — 572-0316, Secretary Dan Ross — 297-3626.
To have your organizations information listed here contact the Myrtle Point Herald at 572-2717.