Cawker City Community Club
The Cawker City Community Club is a volunteer organization that heads community based events including the annual Cawker City Picnic, Farmer's Market, Trunk-or-Treat, Angel Tree & Christmas Lighting, new business ribbon cuttings and more.
Meetings are typically held the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm at Eberle Studios.
Cole Eberle, President
PO Box 178
Jessica Wiles, Vice President
Shannon Duskie, Secretary
Colleen Eberle, Treasurer
Hesperian Historical Society
The Cawker City Hesperian Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Cawker City and the surrounding area including Lincoln Park and Waconda Springs.
The Society has recently finished the restoration of an 1884 Public Library which now serves as a City Museum. Currently they are working to restore the 1879 "Ledger" building.
Steve Richardson, President
PO Box 235
Edgar Wagner, Vice President
Linda Clover, Secretary
Janice Cornely, Treasurer
The North Central Kansas Genealogical Society was organized in September, 1977. It is located in the Paris room on the second level of the Cawker City Public Library.
The goal of the Genealogical Society is to continue the collection of family histories and records of the pioneers of our area. The Society provides information on many counties in Kansas with resources from Mitchell, Jewell, Osborne, and Smith counties, including books, cemetery records, newspaper articles, microfilm, and a collection of over 26,000 obituaries.
Membership is open to anyone interesting in preserving our history.
North Central Kansas Genealogical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 251
Cawker City, Kansas 67430