Clubs/Activities

Flagler's clubs and organizations are very active throughout our community. Some are community-based while others are based out of the school. More information about specific club activities can be obtained by contacting the people below.

American Legion
719.765.4630

Boy Scouts of America
719.765.4817

Community Ambulance Service
719.765.4508

Flagler Alumni Association
719.765.4684
 http://www.af20.net

Flagler Golf Club
719.765.4659

Flagler Lions Club
719.765.4000

Flagler Recreation Dept.
719.765.4571

Gingham Girls Quilting
719.765.4573

Girl Scouts of America

Red Hat Ladies

School Organizations
719.765.4684
http://flaglerschools.co.afs.schoolinsites.com

Volunteer Fighters
719.765.4557

Willing Workers 4-H Club
5955 CO RD V
Flagler, CO 80815
719.765.4300

Post 81 is open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 6:00 p.m. to close.

Troop 36 has been meeting in Flagler for years. Offering education in outdoorsman ship, life skills, and community service.

Volunteers provide emergency ambulance services to the Flagler Area. These trained individuals donate their time year round and provide excellent patient care.

For more information about the Alumni Association visit the Arriba-Flagler CSD website. Go PANTHERS!!!

Mossland Memorial Golf Course lies south of I-70 and is open year round. This nine-hole course was built by volunteers who love the game. Visit Soon!!

The Flagler Lions meet monthly to support the community and its residents. We always accept applications for membership so call if you are interested.

For more information about summer clubs and organizations, please contact Town Hall.

Gingham Girls are well known for their interest in sewing and the skills involved.

Currently Inactive

The Red Hat Ladies currently meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.

For more information on school-based organizations please visit the schools website.

Each year countless hours are spent in training by our  volunteer firefighters, who put themselves in harms way to protect our local citizens.  

The Flagler area has many families who participate in 4-H and volunteer to teach other kids about using their heart, hands, head, and health to improve their community.