Ramseur Area Civitan Awareness

If you have a desire to volunteer for community service, meet new people for fellowship and friendship, check out Ramseur Area Civitans.  Its members help where the needs arise, from collecting food for Ramseur Food Pantry, to volunteering at local community events, supporting area schools’ special needs classes, school reading incentive program, Boys and Girl Home of NC, and Special Olympics. The club welcomes new people that have a talent for fund-raising or a heart for community service. 

The Ramseur Area Civitan Club was chartered on July 27, 2010 and the club is going on its eleventh year of serving the community.  The club meets on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at Jordan Memorial Church in person or by on-line meetings utilizing Zoom.

Civitan is an organization of volunteer service clubs around the world and places a special emphasis on helping people with developmental disabilities.  Civitan is one of the major supporters of Special Olympics on the local and state levels. Civitan clubs also fund and organize special camps, such as Victory Junction Camp in Randleman, and events for people with developmental disabilities. 

Ramseur Area is part of Area 5 East of North Carolina District West, visit District West Website at:

Membership in Civitan is open to anyone who is at least 18 years old and who wants to make a difference in the lives of those around them. To learn more about Civitan, visit

If interested in learning more about the club, contact Club President Norval Kraft at (561) 373-1398 or contact Club Secretary Merita Wall at or check out the Facebook page “Ramseur Area Civitans.”

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