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Clubs and Foundations in Springfield

Clubs, Organizations & Foundations
Springfield Area Historical Society

SAHS was established to discover, preserve, and disseminate historical knowledge about Springfield. The museum is located on Central Street and is collecting artifacts and information. Family and corporate memberships, at $10 and $25 respectively, provide annual support.

The museum is closed from January to May- or upon appointment.  Call 507-723-5396 to schedule a time for you or your group to visit our museum.

The Springfield Museum summer hours are Wednesday and Friday Afternoon from 2:00-4:00 p.m., and the second and fourth Saturday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to Noon.

Annual Meeting is held in April.
Contact - Springfield Area Historical Society, PO Box 113, Springfield, MN 56087 507-723-5396 or 507-723-6121
Springfield Rotary
Service Above Self - Primary function is to promote education and do fund raising for local, national and international projects.
Meet every Tuesday at 12:10 p.m. at Tommy's Central Street Steakhouse located at 11 S. Marshall
Contact Deb Beyer at 507-723-6612


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Springfield Girl Scouts
Focus - To give girls ages kindergarten through 12th grade opportunities to develop self-esteem, self-reliance, and leadership and teamwork skills in a fun and safe environment. Springfield has troops for each age level.
Sara Kelly 507-276-0167 or Angel Weber 507-648-3618
Springfield Boy Scouts
Focus - Developing character and maturity by learning to work together, camp together and play.
Meet - 2nd & 4th Monday each month at 7 pm above the Police Station.
Contact - 507-723-5972


Springfield Cub Scouts
For boys grades 1 to 5. Teaching character development, getting along with others and doing ones best. Each grade has a den and den leader.
Pack meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each month.
Contact - Karen at 507-723-6165 or Dan at 507-723-4769.
Springfield Community Theater
Focus - To enhance the arts in our community and surrounding area.
Meet - First Saturday of each month
Contact - Springfield Community Theater - PO Box 61, Springfield, MN 56087 or call 507-723-5183


American Legion John Watson Post 257
Focus - Donations to local projects and student scholarships. Third Saturday of every month is a steak fry 5:30pm to 9pm.
Meet - Third Wednesday of each month at 8pm
Contact - Manager after 4 p.m. 507-723-9944
Sons of the American Legion John Watson Post 257
Focus - Fundraisers for student scholarships and various projects. Fish fry - on first Friday in Lent and on Good Friday. Food stand on Riverside Days.
Meet - 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm
Contact - Legion Manager after 4 p.m. 507-723-9944
American Legion Auxiliary John Watson Post 257
Focus - Do bake sales, cook for various parties with proceeds going to community projects.
Meet - third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
Contact - Legion Manager after 4p.m. 507-723-9933
Brookville Livewires 4-H Club
4-H is a youth program that is an informal, practical, learning-by-doing educational program that encourages families to learn together and interact with their community. It promotes youth of tomorrow working together.
Meet - 3rd Sunday of each month at 6:30 at the Springfield Community Center
Contact - Mike Richert 507-723-4751
Burnstown Bustlers 4-H Club
Our purpose of our club is to help youth and their families learn new skills, have fun, make friends and make a difference in the community. Our goal is to have each 4-H project be a family activity and to have parent involvement in the club.
Meet - 2nd Sunday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Springfield Community Center
Contact - Mike or Cheri Tomschin 507-723-5275
Springfield Area Health Care Foundation
SAHCF provides an easy vehicle for supporting our health care facilities and providers through education, making alternative options available for donors, providing monetary support for the local health care system, and providing an avenue for input by area residents.
Memorials, bequests from wills, annual fundraising campaigns and a charity golf event are means used to raise funds. Individual donors can give their contributions to the endowment fund (only interest is spent), or give for equipment replacement, program development, etc.
Contact - Scott Thoreson, Administrator, Springfield Medical Center - Mayo Health System, 625 North Jackson Avenue, Springfield, MN. 56087
Phone 507-723-6201
St. John Lutheran Home Foundation
The purpose is to receive and administer the endowment fund, to solicit, and preserve income not generated by service provision, to allow continued discretionary use of this income to assure continuing care of those we serve, and to provide educational opportunities for people in the service area.
Meeting - third Monday each month except February and July
Contact - 507-723-3200 - St. John Lutheran Home 201 S. County Road 5 Springfield, MN 56087 Fax: 507-723-6429