CFUW membership is open to women interested in furthering the purposes of CFUW. CFUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or class.
The Civitan Club of Perth was chartered on June 19th 1965
Our Mission: to serve individual and community needs and enhance lives of those who need assistance with emphasis placed on helping people with developmental disabilities.
As a member you will receive life direction, character building, leadership development, and the satisfaction of helping others. As a result, a Civitan experiences a heightened sense of self-esteem and accomplishment.
Nestled in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, the Township of Lanark Highlands covers 1033.37 square kilometres. Bordered to the north by Renfrew County and to the west by Frontenac County, Lanark Highlands is situated approximately 20 minutes north of Perth.
As of the 2011 Census, the population of Lanark Highlands is 5,128. The village of Lanark is the main settlement, followed by the numerous scenic hamlets such as Hopetown, Middleville, Poland, Lavant, Flower Station, Elphin, Watson’s Corners and McDonald’s corners.
The municipality is easily accessible by the county road system. County Road 511, which connects Perth to the nearby town of Calabogie, bisects the municipality, and links up with County Roads 9, 8, 16, and 12.
Lanark Highlands is home to several dozen lakes, such as Clayton, Taylor, White, Dalhousie, Patterson, Flower Round and Clyde. The Mississippi River crosses the municipality from west to east and the Clyde River meanders its way from north to south to meet up with the MississippiRiver south of Lanark Village. As its name suggests, Lanark Highlands also offers picturesque vistas of rolling hills and Canadian Shield topography, combining with the abundant water bodies to form prime cottage country.
Drummond/North Elmsley Township
The Township of Drummond/North Elmsley was created in 1998 by the merging of the Townships of Drummond and North Elmsley. It is located in central Lanark County and has a population of 7,487.
It is a mostly rural municipality and is bounded by the Historic Rideau River Waterway to the south and the Mississippi River to the north-west. It includes the Hamlets of Port Elmsley, Balderson, Innisville and Ferguson’s Falls. The southern portion of the municipality features many lakes,rivers and mixed forests while the more western and northern areas feature rolling hills and fertile farmland. The Township is considered the southern gateway to Lanark County’s “Maple Syrup Trail.” For those familiar with the equestrian world, the municipality is home to world champion Ian Millar of Millar Brooke Farm.
The Auxiliary to the GWM Hospital of Perth District has been providing dedicated services to the patients, visitors and staff of the Great War Memorial Hospital since 1922. We are very proud of our facility and act as goodwill ambassadors to all those who come through our doors, whether it is someone requiring health services, needing directions to visit a loved one in hospital, or a welcome smile, whatever the reason you are here.
The Lanark County Quilters Guild is an organization of individuals with an affinity for quilting, as well as friendly and social aspects. The group consists of beginners, experts, quilt enthusiasts, women, men, young and in our senior years.
The Guild was formed in 1990 with 18 members and has since grown to 150, drawing people from the surrounding areas. Our members have very diverse interests within the world of quilting from traditional to contemporary, including thread painting, redwork embroidery, wearable art creations, miniatures, and original art quilts to name a few. Throughout the year the Programme committee issues challenges that stretch our imagination and skill levels even more.
Our talented quilters enter many competitions and quilt shows locally, nationally and internationally. The Guild also participates in Outreach projects such as baby quilts for CHEO, victims of devastation from floods and hurricanes. The annual charity quilt will be donated to an organization within the county to be used to raise funds for their projects. The guild also participated in the “Relay for Life” marathon and the 30 Hour Quilt Marathon
The Lanark-Leeds Home Builders’ Association (LLHBA) is part of the Canadian and Ontario Home Builders’ Associations and represents the home building and renovation industry in the Lanark-Leeds region. The LLHBA was established in the fall of 1991, by a group of area builders that wanted to set National skills at a local level. The LLHBA is made up of builders, trades, suppliers and professional service members. All our members promote high quality and professionalism. Our association has over 40 strong members.
The association is simple, we want to provide local home owners a network of reputable home building professionals who can guarantee high quality services. When you hire a LLHBA member, you can feel confident that you are getting a qualified professional who will stand by the craftsmanship of their work.
The Perth Lioness Club welcomes new members to join a group of energetic ladies who work jointly to raise funds to support community needs and Lions projects.
Open Doors for Lanark Children and Youth is the accredited child and youth mental health centre delivering service throughout Lanark County. Our staff members are highly trained professionals in the fields of family therapy, child and youth counselling and early childhood education. Professionalism is assured as each staff is a member of a regulatory college including Ontario College of Social Work and Social Services, and the Ontario College of Psychotherapists. Each staff member is dedicated to improving the mental health and wellbeing of children, youth and families. When necessary, we arrange for consultation with other mental health professionals in other organizations to secure the most appropriate services to assist children and youth to be healthy. We believe that each child, youth and parent/guardian possesses the strengths and resources to be successful.
The Ottawa Senators Hockey Club provides World Class NHL Hockey Entertainment to hockey fans throughout Eastern Ontario.
senior, Day program, therapeutic, respite, support, dementia, mental health, nutrition
The Perth Tay Tennis Club (PTTC) is a community and district tennis club. The club’s tennis season runs approximately from the end of May to the beginning of October, subject to weather conditions. The club offers a variety of daytime and evening tennis leagues at various skill levels. New this year (2017) is a ‘drop-in’ tennis league on Monday evenings, from 7:00 – 9:00 PM, where membership to the club is not required and all skill levels of players are welcome. A convener will be on site to arrange games. The Perth Tay Tennis Club rents courts which are locked for the exclusive use of club members. The courts are equipped with wind screens and lighting. Additionally, the club has a ball machine that is free for members to use. Please check out our website (www.perthtaytennis.ca) for details of membership fees and other information.
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Perth!
The Rotary Club of Perth is a diverse and dynamic team of people who are committed to the improvement of the local and global community through the support of international projects, development of youth and the enhancement of the local area.
The Rotary Club of Perth meets on Mondays at 12-1pm for lunch and fellowship at the Best Western Plus Parkside Inn & Spa. Whether you’re a visiting Rotarian, a Prospective Member, or a guest, feel free to join us and learn about what we do!
Be sure to check the Calendar for any changes to meeting times and/or locations.
Welcome to the Snow Road Snowmobile Club
This site is home to the Snow Road Snowmobile Club the only club remaining of the former K&P Snow Trails Association which also included the Silver Lake, Sharbot Lake, Robertson Lake and Ompah Snowmobile Clubs. The club manages over 470 km of trail throughout Perth, Lanark, Hopetown, Middleville, Clayton, Snow Road, McDonalds Corners, Silver Lake, Maberly, Sharbot Lake, Ompah and Plevna areas.
Follow us on Facebook for the the latest news or drop by our monthly meetings, held at the Snow Road Clubhouse, 1106 Gemmill’s Road, Snow Road, to meet the members and share your ideas with us. New members and volunteers are always welcome.