Social Clubs

The Milnor community is also very active in a large variety of different groups and activities around the city and around the area.  A number of different groups are active in town; among them are the 4-H Club, the Milnor Community Gardening Club, the Satellite Club and the Milnor Merry Makers.

 Gardening Clubs

A group of community minded people plant gardens on vacant lots owned by the Methodist Church.  The group offers any surplus produce to the local Senior Meals and the Sargent County Food Pantry. If you are interested in planting a garden, please contact Helen Timm (701-427-9235).    

 Milnor Merry Makers Senior Citizens Club

The Milnor Merry Makers Senior Citizens Club gets together for meals four days a week, Tuesday thru Fridays and deliver meals to shut-ins. 

The Merry Makers have meetings as needed.  The group also gets together to play cards as time allows.
  • President - Clementine Severson
  • Secretary Treasurer - Ione Foley

 Satellite Club

The Satellite Club is a non-profit, community-wide organization that has dedicated their time to stimulate recreational activities, recognize outstanding achievements, have taken an active role in improving our community and extended a helping hand for a variety of projects.  

Each year the Satellite Club sponsors a dinner where the Galaxie Award is given to the most outstanding person of the year, organizes the Miss Milnor Pageant, promotes a scholarship to a deserving student and arranges several holiday parties for children.  This group also donates to the area churches, the park, the library, Post Prom and RIF.  

The Satellite Club, along with the VFW and the American Legion recently built the Freedom Park on Main Street.  The park includes a gazebo, beautiful trees and flowers and a monument recognizing the veterans from our community.  A variety of community gatherings have been held here including homecoming, school events and Wednesday night music, fun and food. Watch for advertisements in June, July and August for a variety of fun filled activities at the Freedom Park.