|4-H Youth Programs|
1200 North Telegraph Road, Department 416 - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-0889
Oakland County 4-H is a program of Michigan State University Extension. 4-H provides youth development programs that involve volunteers in providing positive, experiential, educational opportunities for and with youth. Our mission is to create environments, through collaboration, that build strong, healthy youth who are proactive in a complex and changing world.
|Boy Scouts of America|
PO Box 43-1173 - Pontiac MI 48328-1903 - (248) 338-0035
The Boy Scouts of America was incorporated to provide a program for community organizations that offers effective character, citizenship, and personal fitness training for youth.
Specifically, the BSA endeavors to develop American citizens who are physically, mentally, and emotionally fit; have a high degree of self-reliance as evidenced in such qualities as initiative, courage, and resourcefulness; have personal values based on religious concepts; have the desire and skills to help others; understand the principles of the American social, economic, and governmental systems; are knowledgeable about and take pride in their American heritage and understand our nation's role in the world; have a keen respect for the basic rights of all people; and are prepared to participate in and give leadership to American society.
|Boys & Girls Club of Southeastern MI Orion/Oxford|
1801 Waldon Road - Orion MI 48359 - (248) 365-5010
In every community there are hundreds of boys and girls left to find their own recreation and companionship in the streets. Additionally, an increasing number of children spend many hours at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them and that there are concerned and capable adults to whom they can turn. Boys & Girls Clubs offer that - and more.
|Camp Agaway Boy Scouts|
P.O. Box 43-1173 - Pontiac MI 48343-1173 - (248) 338-0035
4450 West Walton Boulevard, Suite C - Waterford MI 48329 - (248) 618-9050
Through informal educational opportunities in clubs, child care settings, classrooms and camps, Camp Fire Boys and Girls' purpose is to support the development of motivated, self-confident boys and girls -- and to have fun!
|Christ the Redeemer Catholic|
2700 Waldon Road - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 391-1621
We are a welcoming Christian community sharing in the mission of Jesus to proclaim the Kingdom of God. We strive to "make a difference" within our local community and the world in which we live. Through our gatherings for prayer, sacraments and sharing the Word of God, we are forming a growing community. Recognizing the importance of each individual member, we call forth the varieties of gifts, talents, and ministries of all.
|Fairwinds Girl Scout Council|
2029-C Elms Road - Swartz Creek MI 48473 - (800) 482-6734
Girl Scouting today provides a safe, supportive way for girls to participate in projects involving computers and technology, careers, the environment, personal finance, and sports.
|Friends of the Orion Township Library|
825 Joslyn Road - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-3000
The Friends of the Orion Library are an important group of people who are advocates of the library. Friends enhance and support the library's services to the community. When you join the Friends of the Orion Library, you say YES to your library.
What Do They Do?
Promote awareness of the library's programs and services.
Provide direct financial assistance to purchase new equipment and materials and fund special programs for adults and children.
Provide volunteer assistance for library programs and special events.
Raise funds through annual projects.
For more information on how you can participate, please call the library at (248) 693-3000.
|General Federation Womens Club - Lake Orion|
P.O. Box 111 - Lake Orion MI 48361 - (248) 693-4105
The General Federation of Women's Clubs is the largest and the oldest non-denominational, non-partisan, international service organization of the volunteer women in the world. 1990 marked the centennial year of the federation.
Ongoing projects include: Girlstown Foundation, Veterans Hospital, Day in the Country, Adopt a Teacher Program, Plant Sale, Bake Sale, and Christmas party.
We also assist the Orion Township Public Library, Historical Society, and the Orion/Oxford Boys and Girls Club when requested.
|Good Shepherd Lutheran|
1950 South Baldwin Road - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 391-1170
The focus of Good Shepherd is to make disciples by reaching out to families in our community (particularly younger families) with God's love for them as we have experienced it in Jesus Christ.
We are a Stephen Ministry congregation.
|HOSTS (Helping One Student to Succeed) Mentoring|
HOSTS matches trained community volunteers, business partners, and student mentors with at-risk students to accelerate learning in Reading, Language Arts, Spanish Language Arts, and Math.
|Lake Orion Church of Christ|
1080 Hemingway Road - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 693-7242
All are welcome to join us in study, worship and fellowship as we strive to serve our community. Opportunities are available through small groups, children and teen ministries, community outreach, worldwide missions, weekly worship services, and Bible centered preaching. Please visit us on Sunday at 9:00 a.m. for Bible study, and 10:30 a.m. for Worship, or Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. for Bible study and service groups.
|Lake Orion Girls' Softball League|
The LOGSL is open to all girls. Our guiding philosophy is to provide every girl who wants to play softball with an opportunity to do so.
Lake Orion residency is not a requirement. We welcome players from neighboring communities.
|Lake Orion Liquid Lightning Swim Team|
PO Box 307 - Lake Orion MI 48361 -
The Lake Orion Liquid Lightning swim team offers a year round comprehensive competitive swim program for school age athletes in a positive and supportive environment, where individual goals are established and every athlete is important. Swimmers are provided the opportunity for individual achievement, team membership and most importantly to learn life long skills that build confidence, self-esteem, and healthy bodies.
LOLL is available to swimmers 5 to 19yrs.
For registration and contact information please visit www.liquidlightning.org
|Lake Orion Neighborhood Girl Scouts|
Fairwinds GS Council, 2029-C S. Elms Road - Swartz Creek MI 48473 -
Lake Orion Girl Scouts currently have 59 troops servicing 588 girl scouts of all age levels encompassing 7 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and the Lake Orion High School as well as 2 private schools.
|Lake Orion Soccer Club|
PO Box 558 - Lake Orion MI 48361-0558 - (248) 892-5525
The Lake Orion Soccer Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the State of Michigan. Its purpose is to establish, administer, and promote a competitive community-based soccer program for the development of area youth by providing the highest quality coaching available and fostering teamwork, sportsmanship, work ethic and training at the highest level. Our Travel Soccer Program is a community-based program with a mission to place a highly competitive and skilled soccer team on the field every day. Our Youth Academy is designed to provide access to quality training for the starting or young soccer players of all abilities. It serves as both a local soccer program for Lake Orion children to enjoy and also as a development program into our travel teams for those who might be interested.
|LOBOS Soccer Club|
75 Chippewa - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-4474
The LOBOS Soccer Club has the ultimate goal to develop soccer players with the skills, attitude, and sportsmanship to compete at the highest level of competition, including the Michigan State Premier Soccer Program and our local high school teams. The club accomplishes this goal by selecting the top quality players available. LOBOS is available for boys and girls from U9 to U19
|Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)|
5395 Dixie Highway Building A - Waterford MI 48329 - (248) 623-6233
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is more than just a bunch of angry moms. We're real people, moms, dads, young people, and other individuals just trying to make a difference. We are determined to stop drunk driving and to support victims of this violent crime.
|Mutlicultural Council of America|
571 Joslyn Road - Lake Orion MI 48312 - (248) 636-4111
Vision: To help achieve better understanding among all people.
Mission: To create & maintain a harmonious multicultural society and to stimulate, encourage and support the preservation of distinct ethno-cultural heritages. To provide a center for information, educational & cultural activities and to devise programs for and to encourage interaction among all ethno-cultural groups.
|New Hope Church|
29 North Washington - Oxford MI 48371 -
|Orion Area Youth Assistance|
455 East Scripps - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 693-6878
Orion Area Youth Assistance is an organization of volunteers in the Lake Orion area, working with the Oakland County Probate Court, schools, police, parents, youth and other community resources to help families and young people find solutions to their individual and collective problems.
The primary goal is the prevention of delinquency and neglect through citizen involvement and the coordination of community resources on behalf of youth.
O.A.Y.A has no legal or judicial function. Participation is voluntary.
|Orion Art Center|
115 South Anderson, PO Box 674 - Lake Orion MI 48361 - (248) 693-4986
The concept for a cultural art center to promote the Arts in Lake Orion came about 1976. Interested persons obtained a building for one dollar to be moved two blocks to a sited owned by the Village of Lake Orion at the end of Anderson Street. On June 11, 1979 the United Methodist parsonage, the donated building, was moved to its new site and became the Orion Art Center. The Orion Art Center has expanded greatly since then, offering day and evening classes, art exhibitions, community involvement, the Joan Brace Scholarship fund, etc. The purpose of the Art Center is to promote, encourage, and support the development of the arts in the community; to lend enrichment to the life of its citizens; and to provide a forum for the dissemination of knowledge and the staring of ideas pertinent to our common purpose.
|Orion Dragons Wrestling Club|
776 Laird - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-8295
|Orion Township Parks and Recreation|
2525 Joslyn Road - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 391-0304
The mission of the Orion Township Parks & Recreation Department is to maintain a strong community by creating and preserving attractive, safe environments that provide opportunities of lifelong activities that promote the wellbeing of all individuals and families.
|Orion Township Public Library Children's Services|
825 Joslyn Road - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-3000
Children's literature is better than ever and keeps improving. The needs of children and their parents, educators and caregivers is met with a great variety of sources in our collection. Choices range from baby board books to preteen novels to magazines, even access to computers. Come for a visit and a whole new world will open for you.
|Orion/Oxford Optimist Club|
455 East Elizabeth Street - Lake Orion MI 48360 - (248) 693-5485
Dedicated to enhancing community life with special emphasis on youth
25 North Broadway - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-8032
818 Sherry Road - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-6356
We are a non-profit weight support group that encourages daily awareness of food and drink in accordance with an individual weight chart. We meet weekly. TOPS, "take off pounds sensibly" is non-profit and is an International organization. The fees are $14.00 a month, thus making it possible for most people to afford the meetings. There is a $20.00 annual membership fee. TOPS is a very successful program and really cares to help you lose weight and reach your goals.
|United Methodist Church of Lake Orion|
140 East Flint Street - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-6201
We are a community of believers living and sharing God's grace and love. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are challenged:
TO PROCLAIM our faith creatively through worship, fellowship, music and education.
TO LOVE, welcome, celebrate and support persons from all age groups, family structure and ethnic backgrounds as we grow
together in faith; and
TO BUILD on our rich heritage of caring through ministry and mission in our community and around the world.
|Venture Crew 2186|
715 North Lapeer Road - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 693-0440
Venture Scouts is a coed youth group for young men and women ages 14 to 21. It is run through the Boy Scouts of America.
M - Th : 9:30am - 9:00pm
F - Sa : 9:30am - 5:00pm
Su : Closed