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Community Resources, Clubs & Organizations in the Warwick NY and Vernon NJ area

Community & Social Services Organizations


Warwick Valley CommonPlace is a Social Network dedicated to the residents of the Town, Villages, and Hamlets of Warwick, NY. CommonPlace strives to promote open dialog, sharing of interests, support, and information exchange, among the residents of Warwick.

LGBTQ Orange County NY Pride
Founded February of 2013, we are here to provide a welcoming, safe space — an inclusive home that celebrates, nurtures, and empowers the LGBTQ communities and our friends and neighbors in the Warwick Valley. The LGBTQ Center of the Warwick Valley seeks to build a sense of unity among the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Allied people of Warwick and the surrounding areas. It is welcoming of all. 11 Hamilton Ave., Warwick, NY; Tel: 845.217.0738. Contact: Danielle Barbour

Community 2000,
P.O. Box 2000, Warwick, NY 10990 Call 845-987-2000

Road Recovery

“Road Recovery events have truly helped to create a culture of support and understanding for those who struggle with various issues,” said Richard Linkens, the district’s director of school operations. “The music programs shed a light on the dark road many walk when they enter the world of drug and alcohol use. It is important for them to know they are not alone on the journey back.”

The Vernon Coalition
Annmarie Shafer, Coordinator, 61 Spring Street, Newton, NJ 07860. Tel: 973-383-4787

Warwick Community Center
The Warwick Valley Community Center is centrally located in the Village of Warwick. We are the only recreation center in the Town of Warwick that serves the residents of the entire Town of Warwick including the Villages of Greenwood Lake and Florida and the Hamlets of Pine Island, Amity, Bellvale and New Milford. We also serve neighboring communities including the Towns of Chester, Monroe and West Milford. 11 Hamilton Ave., Warwick, NY 10990 • Call 845-986-6422 or Click here>

Sustainable Warwick
It was from this process of grass-roots organizing that Sustainable Warwick was formed in 2006. SW has carried forward the task of preserving and sustaining Warwick’s rural character by starting a series of community initiatives.

Take Them A Meal
For those times in life when filling their table will warm their hearts.
Simplifying meal coordination so friends, family, neighbors and co-workers can show they care.

Warwick in Bloom
Award-winning volunteer community beautification group

Warwick MOMS Club
The MOMS Club of Warwick, a local chapter of the International Mom’s Club, offers support and activities for stay-at-home moms and their children in our local Community. Each month we run playgroups, Mom’s night out, park days, field trips, craft activities and community service projects.  All of these events include our children. (Except for Mom’s night out, of course) If you live in the Warwick, Florida, or Pine Island area and would like to find out more about us, please call MOMS Club at 845-981-7027  or e-mail

Vernon Area Well Spouse Association
Call 973-764-3429

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts

Groups Supporting Education, Music, and the Arts

Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning
The mission of The Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning, a community based not for profit organization, is to promote, enhance, provide and enrich educational, teaching and learning opportunities within the Warwick Valley Central School District.
The Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning (Foundation) is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes supplemental to the annual school budget.


WAMBO is a not-for-profit 501c(3) organization. All fundraising proceeds directly benefit the arts and music programs at Warwick Valley schools. Warwick Arts and Music Boosters, (WAMBO), seeks to enrich music and arts education in the Warwick Valley School District by advocating for music and arts programming, volunteering, and fundraising.

Chambers of Commerce and Business Networking Organizations

Warwick Valley Rotary Club
PO BOX 121, Warwick, NY 10990. Telephone: email: Every Wednesday @ 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM, Landmark Inn. Topics: Human Services,Community Outreach and Support

Florida NY Chamber of Commerce
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month. The location vary. The Florida Chamber of Commerce is a business development organization dedicated to helping businesses in the Village of Florida.Visit us on Facebook!

Greenwood Lake Chamber of Commerce
The Greenwood Lake Chamber of Commerce was founded to unite Greenwood Lake area businesses and is dedicated to building local commerce through marketing, communication and public awareness. We offer support to local business owners to help create and maintain a thriving economic climate. We create collective marketing, advertising and public relations opportunities, offer business plan advice and support and promote member businesses. Post Office Box 36, Greenwood Lake, NY 10925; Tel: 845-595-1604;

Pine Island Chamber of Commerce,
Pine Island, NY Call 845-258-4444. We are your source for all things Pine Island! Our hamlet, known for its famous Black Dirt, onions and abundant farms, offers plenty to do and see – from our popular Black Dirt Feast to our annual Pumpkinfest. Come take in a round of golf, hike the Appalachian Trail, birdwatch, bike ride, visit a butterfly garden, attend an artifact dig, shop a farmers market, and get a bite to eat and drink in one of the most picturesque regions in the Hudson Valley.

The Pine Island Chamber has been serving the community for over 50 years! Since 1961, the Chamber has been promoting and advocating for the businesses and citizens in and around Pine Island. Today, with nearly 100 members, the Pine Island Chamber continues as an organization run by volunteers from local businesses as well as individual community members.

Sugar Loaf Guild
The Sugar Loaf Guild businesses have survived decades due to their excellence of execution and their close attention to providing one of a kind custom service. I could say “etc” and mention a number of people who live in and around Sugar Loaf, New York, whose work is capable of restoring the vintage cathedrals of Europe while being displayed in world renowned international museums and galleries (actually their work has restored and is displayed thus).

These are people whose work is of such excellence they have not only weathered the storms but flourished through some of the worst times America has seen.

Warwick Valley Chamber
he Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce is a full service business development and marketing organization dedicated to helping businesses in the Town of Warwick, NY reach their full potential. We do this through a number of leading edge initiatives that make consumers in the local municipalities, as well as, those in the surrounding areas aware of the value that comes with purchasing goods and services in the Town of Warwick. South Street Caboose, PO Box 202, Warwick, NY 10990, (845) 986-2720,

Warwick Lions Club
Call President Craig Thompson at 845-986-9595

Florida Lions Club
Meets 6PM on the third Thursday of month at Copper Bottom, 162 N. Main St., Florida. Tel: 845-651-7272

Veterans Associations

Wallkill Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars,
313 State Highway No. 94, Vernon, NJ Call 973-764-9380. The objects of this
association are fraternal; patriotic, historical and educational; to preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members; to assist
worthy comrades; to perpetuate the memory and history of our dead; and to assist their widows and orphans; to maintain true allegiance to the government
of the United States of America, and fidelity to its constitution and laws; to foster true patriotism; to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom; and to preserve and defend the United States from all her enemies, whomsoever.

American Legion Greenwood Lake

40 Mountain Lakes Ln, Greenwood Lake, NY 10925; Tel: 845-477-2193
The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.

plavPolish Legion of American Veterans
Polish Legion of American Veterans is an organization of veterans whose membership shall not be discriminatory on the basis of race, color, religion or national origin.

We are committed to the ideals of patriotism, charity and volunteerism through allegiance to our Country, honor of our Country’s standards and aid in the rehabilitation of disabled veterans.

Our goal is to dedicate time and effort to insure that no benefits are denied to those who served their country and to support legislation intended for those who earned the right to the benefits being considered.

Religious Clubs and Organizations

Warwick Assembly Girls Club & Boys Club
Registration Night – Royal Rangers & Girls Ministry, Christian programs for boys and girls of all ages. Registration is open to all in the community. Just want to find out more about the programs? No problem, come on by and check it out. Club Descriptions:
GIRLS MINISTRY is an intentional outreach and Christian discipleship for girls. We seek to empower girls to realize their importance and potential in the kingdom of God. Through mentoring, girls and leaders form lasting, life-changing friendships. The girls have a lot of fun through weekly meetings, annual retreat, projects, and many more activities. Theres a club for every age group.

ROYAL RANGERS is designed to win boys to Christ, disciple them, and help them to become godly men who continue to serve Christ and the church. We provide Christ-like character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a highly relational and fun environment, The boys learn and have a great deal of fun through their weekly meetings, camping trips, Pinewood Derby events, and much more.

Venue: Royal Rangers & Girls Ministry Programs
Address: 60 South Street, Corner 2nd & South Streets, Wrwick NY; Call: 845-986-2083

Warwick Valley Knights of Columbus
75 North Main St, Florida, NY

God’s TYM
God’s TYM means “Total Youth Ministry.” God’s TYM is our high school youth group. Meetings are generally held on the first and third Sunday of each month in the Atrium of the church from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The program is planned by our Youth Minister, and our CORE Group of teen leaders.
Our group is affiliated with Capuchin Youth and Family Ministries in Garrison. Our teens attend and lead many programs at CYFM, including DDA Weekends, Leadership Weekends, Service Projects and other special programs.

Special Interest Arts, Crafts, Tea, Writing, and Technology Clubs

MENSA in Warwick
Monthly meetings. Call 845-596-9459

Warwick Art League,
PO Box 923, Warwick, NY 10990. 1st Sun. from 2:00 – 4:00 PM, Senior Citizens Room, Warwick Town Hall, 132 Kings Highway. Topics: Arts and Artists,Crafts

Warwick Ladies Tea Club; 845-477-9595

Warwick Valley Quilters Group
Meetings held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month, lower meeting room at Warwick Town Hall, Kings Highway. Open to visitors. Call 845-291-7217 or 845-728-9043.

Warwick Valley PC Users Group
(for both MAC and PC users)

Warwick Valley Gardeners
PO BOX 562, Warwick, NY 10990. email: 3rd Tues. monthly, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 95 Kings Hwy, Warwick. Topics: Gardening, Gardens,Gardeners, Garden Clubs

The Warwick Valley Writer’s Association
meets every Wednesday at the Warwick Reformed Church from 7:00 P.M.-10:00 P.M. Contact Info: L. Guy Burton, 12 Burton Lane-Suite 511, Warwick, NY Call: 845-986-3906 E-Mail:

Polish Organizations

Hudson Valley Polonaise Society
Call 845-258-4485 for more information.

Teen, Young Adult, and Senior Groups

Warwick Golden Seniors
Address: 132 Kings Highway, Warwick, NY 10990. Telephone: (845) 986-6785. Thursdays 1:00 PM, Town Hall Senior Room. Topics: Seniors, Senior Citizens,Elderly,Recreation,Activities

Warwick Valley High School Interact Club
Internationally recognized community service club, led by advisor Mrs. Jeanine Fogler. Club meets on Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. in room 129.

Warwick Valley High School Clubs & Organizations

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Clubs & Co-Curricular Activities 2015-16