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Clubs & Organizations

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Shasta County Sheriff Citizen Volunteer logo
Round Barn at Fort Crook
Friends of the Intermountain Library logo
McArthur Burney Falls logo
Mountain Cruisers logo
Rotary International logo
Soroptomist logo
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The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls since 1881.  Our Intermountain Branch supports national efforts with activities such as: sending local 7th grade girls to a week-long Tech Trek summer camp at UC Davis, where they learn about science, technology, engineering and math; support the Intermountain Fair’s scholarship program; provide scholarship(s) each fall to local women who have completed at least 2 years of college.  Additionally, we give annual “Women of Achievement” awards to chapter and community members who pursue AAUW principles of community involvement, leadership, and lifelong learning. Besides fundraisers to support these opportunities, each month we enjoy fun activities such as hikes, book club, gourmet dinners, and much more.  If interested in joining us, please contact our Membership Board.


Contact: Anne Kerns -  AAUW

PO Box 761

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-2894

American Legion Post 44

Among other things, Post 441 sponsors outstanding high school students to American Legion Boys State and Girls State, provides scholarships to selected graduating students and supports a variety of youth activities and community events. Our main fund-raising activities are our monthly community breakfasts and our annual Pig Raffle and Christmas Ham Dinner.


Contact: Walt Caldwell

37410 Hwy 299E

PO  Box 1077

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-6023

Burney Lions Club

Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world. Our 1.35 million members – who perform community service in 207 countries and geographic areas – are different in many ways, but share a core belief: community is what we make it.

When you join Lions, you join a global service network. So, at the same time you’re doing local community service, you can also contribute to Lions volunteer efforts around the world.

Local community activities include:

Road Side Cleanup

Destruction Derby

Easter Egg Hunt

Thanksgiving Dinner

Chuck Wagon Breakfast

Christmas Tree Lighting

President - Steve Vaughn

Membership Director - Jim Crocket

Meetings Held Thursday's at 7 pm


37006 Main St

PO Box 217

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-4105

Burney Lions Auxiliary

Community Activities:

Burney Basin Days Float and Cookie Sale

Destruction Derby

Heritage Day

Christmas Party

Christmas Tree Lighting

Community Egg Hunt

Senior Girl's Dinner

President - Carrie Wade

Vice President  - Laura Pauley

Secretary - Cheri Chapman

Treasurer - Terry Scovel


Meetings held 4th Wednesday of month.

Burney Volunteer Citizens Patrol

Burney Citizens Volunteer Patrol provides a valuable effort to reduce and prevent crime in the community.  They act as the "Eyes and Ears" reporting suspicious activity and incidents to the Sheriff's Office.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact our volunteer coordinator.


Rod Armstrong, Volunteer Coordinator

PO Box 122

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 347-5933

Fort Crook Museum Historical Society

The Fort Crook Museum is open May 1 - October 31 from Noon to 4 pm every day except Monday.  The largest museum in Northern California with 13 buildings.


Contact:  Carrie Jurrens

43030 Fort Crook Museum Ave

PO Box 397

Fall River Mills, CA 96028

(530) 336-5110

Friends of the Pool

Friends of the Pool sponsors the annual pool opening and to provide items not in the pool budget. If you are interested in working with Friends of the Pool, please contact the Burney Water District at (530) 335-3582.


Raymond Berry Intermountain Pool

37461 Bailey St

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-2277

Friends of the Intermountain Library

Friends of the Intermountain Libraries, Inc. (F.O.I.L) is a non-profit organization whose membership is dedicated in supporting and promoting the Burney Library.

Contact: Jan Fensler (530) 335-2640 or Mary Barr (530) 335-3596

Burney Library: (530) 335-4713

37116 Highway 299E,  Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-4317

McArthur Burney Falls Interpretive Association

The McArthur-Burney Falls Interpretive Association (MBFIA) is an all volunteer non-profit education organization that provides assistance and funding for activities which enhance the quality of visits to McArthur Burney Falls State Park, Castle Crags and Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park.  The association was founded in 1984 to promote greater appreciation of the cultural and natural history of the region.

MBFIA raises funds to support educational and interpretive activities, including interpretive personnel, a printed Visitor Guide provided free to visitors.  MBFIA manages the Visitor Center Gift Shop.  Thanks to a donation froom Kelly's Wishes Foundation, interpretive staff lead canoe tours on Lake Britton.

Funds are raised through the sale of firewood, advertising in the Visitor Guides, the operation of the Visitor Center gift shop, and most importantly--donations from friends and visitors.


Contact:  Bob Boyce

24898 Highway 89

PO Box 777

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-6023

Mountain Community Center

The Mountain Community Center is a small non-profit business in Round Mountain!  We are a rentable facility - great for any event!  We also put on events for local enjoyment including holiday parties, community yard sales, monthly Bingo nights, and more!


Contact: Sarah Demers

29775 Highway 299E

PO Box 85

Round Mountain, CA 96084

(530) 337-6160

Mountain Cruisers Car Club

Contact: Sandy McCullar

PO Box 87

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-4219 or (530) 339-6270

Rotary Club Burney-Fall River

We have been providing the annual fireworks for the Intermountain area on the July 4th weekend, as a part of Burney Basin Days festivities. We raise funds to provide this for our community free of charge.


PO Box 225

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-3582

Soroptimist International

Soroptimist International Burney-Fall River is located in the town of Burney, CA. The club is in district 1 of the Sierra Nevada Region.  Soroptimists is an organization that helps better the lives of women and children.

President - Candace Foley

Vice President - Lois Write

Treasurer - Irene May

Secretary - Carlene Brown

Community Activities:

Sandwich Wednesday

Youth Citizenship Awards

Donation to Local Fundraisers/Charities

Emphasis on Supporting Women & Girls

Meetings held: 1st & 3rd Wednesday's at Gepetto's Pizza

PO Box 312

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-4288

VFW Post 5689

Simply put, the VFW strives to do good things for deserving people; particularly veterans, their families, and their communities. From local grassroots ideas to national influence, we work everyday to make a difference. It’s our strength as an organization. And, with each individual membership, we only grow stronger.


37410 Main St

PO Box 1448

Burney, CA 96013

(530) 335-4971


VFW Post 5689 Auxillary

Contact: Dottie Sales

PO Box 711

Burney, CA 96013

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