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The Muskogee Exchange Club is a non-profit organization of men and women who volunteer their time to organize two major fund raising events per year. Since chartered in 1984, Exchange Club members have sponsored the annual Chili & Bar-B-Q Cook-off in the spring and various other events in the fall.

All proceeds from the events are donated to other local non-profit organizations. Charities Page

The group meets every Tuesday at noon at Cowboys, 401 N York St in Muskogee. The meetings last an hour or less. Annual dues cover the cost of lunch. Programs of interest are presented on a regular basis., except the first Monday of the month which is the board meeting (remove text). The meetings are interesting, entertaining and informative, but regular attendance is not required.

The annual dues for membership are $400 per year and are billed quarterly.. Many memberships are paid for though the memberís company as it is an excellent networking opportunity. A percentage of the membership dues go to the National Exchange Club Organization. The remainder of the fees are used to pay for weekly lunches and activities.

Exchange club members are people who have fun working together to help others. If you are interested joining our club, please contact one of the members below.


Bill Evans
Mike Hewitt
Marlene Odom
Ponie McCrary
Frank Morgan
Brad Smythe
John Vecchio

Keystone Properties
Kathy Hewitt CPA, Inc.
Hometown Hospice
Armstrong Bank
Frontier Resource Development
Unique Dry Cleaners
Select Financial


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Muskogee Exchange Club is one of hundreds of charters of the National Exchange Club. There are approximately 65 local members, making us the largest Exchange Club in Oklahoma. The chapter meets every Tuesday at noon for lunch at Cowboys. Visitors and prospective new members are welcome. The Exchange Club of Muskogee works to respond to numerous local charities, community problems, school needs and other requests for donations. We want to be there, when we can, for our community with our charitable funds. Over $600,000 has been donated to various charities and organizations within our community. While National Exchange Club focuses its attention on child abuse prevention, chapters are encouraged to support local charities. Since the mid 80's, the local chapter has raised and donated hundreds of thousands of dollars with an emphasis toward children's issues and the terminally ill. Nationally, the Exchange Clubs primary project is child abuse prevention. Locally, the Muskogee chapter has chosen to support Muskogee agencies dealing with child abuse issues and terminally ill children. (remove this text).   (insert text) The C.A.S.A., Court Appointed Special Advocate program is a non-profit organization whose mission is to recruit, screen, train and supervise community volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children. The single purpose of a C.A.S.A. is to protect and guide the child through the court system to help them find a safe, nurturing and permanent home. Susan Hendrickson, Volunteer Advocate Coordinator, thanked the Exchange Club for the generous donation stating, "the money will be used to support and train our 50 C.A.S.A. volunteers." Kids Space, the Muskogee County Child Advocacy Center, is a child-friendly facility providing a wide variety of services to abused & neglected children and their non-offending parent. According to Scott Stewart, Kids Space board member, "the center's main goal is to decrease the trauma experienced by these children by providing a non-threatening, comfortable environment for interviews and necessary procedures by law enforcement personnel, social service representatives and medical professionals. This donation is greatly appreciated and will make a difference in the lives of the children we serve."