American Legion Post 263
Contact: David Benesh – Commander Ph. 641-942-6508
Meetings: Second Tuesday of the month – 7:30 p.m., Milo Legion Hall
Membership made up of military veterans who have served their country during times of conflic
Contact: Co-Chairs: LuAnn Ohnemus – Phone: 641-745-9995, Tammy Williams – Phone: 515-494-5751
Meetings: 3rd Monday of each month 5:30-6:30 at City Hall. All are welcome!
Mission: The Hometown Pride Program is committed to furthering the vitality of Milo. This is a partnership with the Keep Iowa Beautiful and Warren County Hometown Pride. With the guidance of a Community Coach, local community members, businesses, and government leaders work together to develop plans, initiate programs and help communities fulfill their potential.
Community Projects Inc.
Contact: Terry Davis Ph.641-942-6320
Meetings: Third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Milo Community Center
Mission: Created to set up a tax exempt (501C3) organization through which the community can benefit. Currently, we are building the Dr. A.L.McCormick-Ohnemus Community Center and setting up an organization to operate it. Mission Statement: Community Projects Inc. will independently and collectively work to maintain and improve the quality of life in Milo and surrounding community. The corporation will research endeavors of potential benefit, assessing and prioritizing areas they may wish to participate in. The corporation may organize and direct the labors of local organizations, groups, or individuals as well as acquire and direct additional skill and labor as needed. The corporation will raise and disperse funds in pursuit of its goal.
Fourth of July Committee
Contact: Bill Baughman – President – 515-210-1294
Jennifer Caskey – Treasurer – 515-669-6740
Meetings: First and third Wednesday of the month (No meetings in December) – at 6:30 p.m. Houston’s
Mission: Organize and oversee the annual Milo Fourth of July celebration.
You can also find us on our facebook page: https://my.facebook.com/MiloJuly4th
Milo Congregate Meals
Contact: Vicki White – 515-961-1003- 301 N. Buxton Suite 202 Indianola – firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Mission: We provide meals to any one over the age of 60 Meals consist of 3oz. of meat or other protein, 2 ½ cups of vegetables, ½ cup fruit, dessert & milk. The suggested contribution is $3.00 per person for anyone over 60. The meals are prepared in Lacona and delivered to your home by volunteers from the Milo area.
Milo Development Corp. ( MDC )
Contact: President – Jackson Baumgarten 515-720-7883 Email: email@example.com
Vice-President – Laura Benesh 515-205-4441
Secretary/Social Media – Kathy Benesh
Treasurer – Taylor Nehring
Meetings: Third Tuesday of each month, Milo Library , 6:30 p.m. Special meetings held in October and November.
Mission: To establish, maintain, and enlarge employment opportunities, to assist in the growth and development of the Milo area, and to educate the public to the advantages of the establishment and development of industrial and business enterprises in the Milo area.
Check out our Facebook page for more updates. Milo’s Small Town Country Christmas
Milo Fire and EMS
Contact: Tony Beck, PO Box 125, 641-942-6241
Meetings: Business second Monday at 7:00 p.m. each month; training fourth Monday each month.
Mission: The fire department provides fire prevention and supervision as well as rescue and paramedic level, pre-hospital care to citizens of Milo and surrounding townships including all of Belmont and Otter and portions of Liberty and Union . The department is always looking for new members. For information, contact Tony Beck at the address above.
Milo Lions Club
Contact: Alan Gardner
Meetings: Second and fourth Thursdays of the month at the Milo Community Center , 7:00 p.m.
Mission: The Milo Lions Club follows the lead of the greater Lions Clubs International. We leave all other affiliations at the door in order to pursue the common goal of community service. We take particular interest in the areas of eyesight and hearing loss, diabetes, and anything that improves the quality of life in the Southeast Warren Community. Lions and Lionesses are welcome.
Milo Christian Union Church
Contact: Pastor Mike Nodland, 112 3rd Street (641) 942-7712
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Supper Hour (during the school year) 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Youth and AWANA’s Program(during school year) 6:30 p.m.
Also find us on facebook and at our website: www.milochurch.com
Partners in Education
Contact: Tiffany Chumbley 641-942-6497
Meetings: 3rd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
A group of parents, teachers, and administrators who work together to supplement and enhance the education of the elementary students of the Southeast Warren Community School District .
Belmont Badgers 4-H Club
Contact: Kim Delay – 641-942-7713 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Second Sunday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
Our club is a group of youth from grades 4th – 11th. We promote a community project every year. 4-H encourages youth to gain knowledge and learn practical life skills and to apply both in their project areas. Youth learn to work together as a team. They learn decision making skills and communication skills.
Youth Football League – Southeast Warren Little Warhawks
Contact: Chris Darr – 515-971-0339
Meetings: Practice starts in August. Games are September through October.
This is an organized, full contact football team for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade boys. The mission is to teach the boys the basics of the sport of football sportsmanship and the concept of working together as a team.
Cub Scouts – Pack 236
Contact: Tom Morhardt – 515-729-3269
Meetins: Cub Scouts meet every other Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. Age 7-10 Milo School Gym
Provides a program for boys to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop physical and mental fitness. Cub Scouting is designed to make a difference in the lives of boys aged 7 through 10. Scouting makes a difference by preparing youth for success as they grow.
Boy Scouts – Troop 236
Contact: Michael Fridley – Home: 641-942-6374, Cell: 515-981-3074 Email: email@example.com
Meetings: Boy Scouts meet every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Age 11 through 20 at Milo Legion Hall
Provides a program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop physical and mental fitness. Boy Scouting is designed to make a difference in the lives of boys aged 11 through 20. Scouting makes a difference by preparing youth for success as they grow.
Little League – Southeast Warren Little League Warhawks
Contact: Scott Dorsey
Meetings: Sign-up begins late Janruary
Ages pre K to 6th Grade to teach the boys the basics of the sport of baseball, sportsmanship, and the concept of working together as a team