About Us

Neighbors helping Neighbors

 

The Plains Community League is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization - any donations are fully tax deductible.

The League strives to continue in the spirit of the founders by providing various events and services that will enrich the lives of the residents of our community. Some of the current projects include a free after school tutoring program on Tuesdays and Thursday afternoons for 3rd grade through 12th grade students, a Thanksgiving Basket program which distributes food baskets for our needy neighbors, and scholarships to help residents further their education. The league also sponsors various celebrations, including community Christmas and Easter parties, complete with pictures with Santa and the Easter bunny. The league also maintains a Little Free Library in the center of town. Family activities are offered at the John Page Turner Community House.

 

The John Page Turner Community House is also available for rent for private parties and meetings, with funds used to help support programs.

We believe all children can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

 

Our Mission

The Plains Community League

provides service, support, and fellowship

to our neighbors in The Plains.

Our Vision

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

      The Plains Community League is a 501(c)3           non-profit organization - any donations are fully tax deductible.

     The League strives to continue in the spirit of the founders by providing various events and services that will enrich the lives of the residents of our community. Some of the current projects include a free after school tutoring program on Tuesdays and Thursday afternoons for 3rd grade through 12th grade students, a Thanksgiving Basket program which distributes food baskets for our needy neighbors, and scholarships to help residents further their education. The league also sponsors various celebrations, including community Christmas and Easter parties, complete with pictures with Santa and the Easter bunny. The league also maintains a Little Free Library in the center of town. In collaboration with the Windy Hill Foundation, weekly family activities are offered at the John Page Turner Community House.

     The John Page Turner Community House is also available for rent for private parties and meetings, with funds used to help support programs.

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