Community Programs

Georgetown Community Ladies Club

Established May 1957

The Georgetown Ladies Community Club (GLCC) is a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs Illinois 18th District. They meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Senior Center at 7:00 pm. The GLCC supports the Georgetown Public Schools and Library as well as Georgetown Township. They sponsor the Holiday Parade in November, The Holiday Gathering and the The Townwide Rummages. The GLCC donates to the Library's Summer Reading Program and the Jessica Roach Memorial Scholarship Fund. For Georgetown's children, they sponsor contests during the year for different holidays. The City appreciates everything the GLCC does to make our city a wonderful place to live.



Lori Starwalt, President

Carla Weston, Vice President

Lindsay Fuentas, Secretary

Tammy Hodge, Treasurer


Golden Eagles

West Second St.

Georgetown, IL 61846

Golden Eagles is a charitable organization dedicated to helping

those in need. They accept donations of home-health medical

equipment and then lend it out to anyone in need in Georgetown.

They are also involved in the annual Christmas Baskets program.










  Lions Club

Meeting Place: Georgetown Senior Center

102 W. West St






Cliff Sawyer, President

Dennis Davidson, Treasurer

Linda Hall 


  Masons - Russell Lodge #154

113 1/2 West West St.

Georgetown, IL 61846






Earl Lomax, Secretary




Rainbow Girls

International Order of

the Rainbow for Girls


Meeting Place: Georgetown Masonic Lodge

113 W. West St.


1st and 3rd Monday of each month  6:30 pm


For girls aged 10 - 18. Rainbow gets girls ready for life!  The International

Order of the Rainbow for Girls helps teach girls leadership skills, public speaking,

value of charity to others through working service projects, make life long friends

and so much more!




Tammy Green Hodge




Southern Vermilion County Cloverbuds

Meeting Place: Georgetown Friends Church

301 S Main St.

Third Sunday of October - May at 5 pm


The 4-H Cloverbud program is for youth ages 5-7, as of September 1.

The overall purpose of the 4-H Cloverbuds program is to foster the development of life skills that are essential for the cognitive, social, emotional and physical maturation of children by providing a unique educational opportunity. Each month the group will engage in activities to foster the skills previously mentioned.







Shelby Boose









Georgetown Ridge Farm Alumni Association

The GRF Alumni Association plans a dinner each year to honor the newest graduating class, along with the 25th & 50th year classes.  

Lori Starwalt 217-799-6279

Georgetown Youth Sports Association

The GYSA organizes the summer t-ball, softball, & baseball program at the park.  They have leagues for all ages frm 4 - 18.  Sign ups are in February and March, with practices starting in May.  

Check out their faceback page under Georgetown

Youth Sports Association!

Georgetown Ridge Farm Chrisman Youth Football

Check out their webpage under GRC Youth Football!