Society maintains ag grounds and promotes agricultural events within the community.
Blindman Valley Gun Club
Ken Mus 403-783-0238
The club organizes and participates in ‘fun shoots’ for the members and the public periodically. They are affiliated with the Alberta Federation of Shooting Sports and hold at least on sanctioned shoot per year. Ours is a registered gun range, therefore, you must be a member or invited guest to attend.
County of Ponoka Literacy Society
403-783-5211 or 403-341-9428
Promote literacy within the county. We provide trained volunteers to work individually with adults who wish to improve their reading, writing and numerical skills. We also provide early literacy programs for families with include: Mother Good, Story Sacks and Books for Babies.
Gull Lake North Citizens on Patrol Association
Delores Green, President, 403-843-7773
Members of the Gull Lake North Citizens on Patrol Association are volunteer citizens taking an active role to deter and detect crime by patrolling and liaising with their local police agency to ensure safe homes and safe communities- safe from crime, and hazards.
Rimbey & District Horticultural Group
Gail Hood 403-843-2539
The group hosts the Horticultural Show and promotes horticulture during monthly meetings and annual workshops.
Phil Swanson, President, 403-843-3103
The Kinsmen Club is a service organization for men between the ages of 21-45. The group provides fellowship for its members and services to the community through various activities and projects such as the Drag Races, Demolition Derby, Community Calendar and the Rimbey Skate Park.
Ladies Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion #36
Joyce Eggleston 403-843-6650
The Auxiliary assists the Legion Branch #36 with Remembrance Day functions, bingos & related Legion activities.
Ponoka & Rimbey Adult Learning
Ponoka Rimbey Adult Learning Society is supported by Alberta Advanced Education. Our goal is to provide learning opportunities to adults in our communities. We work with other agencies to make a wide variety of courses available. Look for Ponoka Adult Learning or Rimbey Adult Learning on Facebook.
Rimbey & District Chamber of Commerce
5025 50 Ave Rimbey, AB T0C2J0
A-Non profit organization designed to meet community needs. It is a voluntary organization of progressive individuals and businesses who work together to advance the commercial, financial, industrial and civic interests of a community.
Rimbey & District Crime Watch Association
Steve Schrader, President, 403-843-3166
The Rimbey & District Crime Watch members all display signs on their property and enjoy the motto: “People Helping People”. They are the eyes and ears of the community.
Rimbey & District Oldtimers Reunion
Gladys Johnson 403-843-6893
Murray Ormberg 403-843-6497
Meet at the Rimbey Drop in Centre March-July
Box 641 Rimbey, AB
Open to residents & former residents of Rimbey & Area who have an interest in their local heritage. A reunion for all ages, and present and former residents is held in the Peter Lougheed Community Centre the 3rd Saturday in June. It includes a light lunch, short program and LOTS of reminiscing. We also acknowledge the Rimbey High School class of 50 years ago and a pioneer family.
Rimbey Exhibition Association
Hazel Street 403-843-6629
This organization takes the initiative of coordinating the Rimbey Rodeo as well as maintaining and upgrading the rodeo grounds.
Rimbey Fish & Game Association
Jim Koenig, President, 403-843-4252
Our Project: Open Creek Dam Recreation Area. Camping and fishing open May to end of September. Reservations available by calling 403-843-6931.
Our Mandate: Conservation of wildlife and to protect and enhance habitat.
Rimbey Historical Society
Smithson International Truck Museum
Pas-Ka-Poo Park 403-843-2004
The non-profit society upgrades and maintains the beautiful Pas-Ka-Poo Park and museums, offering to residents and visitors alike, the opportunity to get a glimpse of our areas heritage. The Centennial Pavilion, complete with a concession, is rented to various functions. We are Rimbey's Visitor Tourist Information Centre open year round. Please call the numbers above for more information.
Rimbey Lion’s Club
Stephen Van Oostrom 403-843-0028
The Lion’s Club is the world’s largest service club organization whose main purpose is to serve the needs that challenge their communities. The Rimbey Lions actively volunteer at activities in the community.
Royal Canadian Legion Rimbey Branch #36
Shane Kriel 403-843-4903
Barbara Patey 403-843-2844
The Legion is dedicated to assist Veterans and spouses when circumstances of health or finances exceed their ability to cope. We host the November 11th Remembrance Day Service, participate in the annual parade & Canada Day Celebrations.
Ryan Heilemann 403-843-4835
Stephanie Carlson 403-350-0915
The group schedules a major tournament during the season, as well as promoting minor ball tournaments. The group owns and operates the slo-pitch park.