Ashland Area Chamber

PO Box 37

Ashland, Kansas 67831

First Presbyterian Church

220 W 6th Avenue

(620) 635-2653

Clerk of Session: Terrie Luckie

Youth Group-Wednesday’s-7:00 p.m.

Presbyterian Women-First Wednesday of each month

Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.

Sunday Morning Worship Service 11:00 a.m.

For Information - Presbyterian Church USA

United Methodist Church

311 N Main Street

PO Box 686

(620) 635-2919

Pastor - Rick Branson

Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.

Worship: 10:45 a.m.

Joyful Sounds Children’s Choir-

Sunday evenings-5:00 p.m.

Youth fellowship at 5:00 p.m. Sunday evenings.

Ladies Bible Study-Tuesday’s 9:30 a.m.

Moms in Touch-Thursday’s 1:30 p.m.

Men’s Prayer Breakfast-Friday’s 6:45

Ashland Churches

Ashland Churches

First Christian Church

507 Highland Street

Ashland, KS 67831

(620) 635-2885

Parsonage (620) 635-2173

Rev: Joshua Fitzwater

Youth Group: Wednesdays 6:30

Sunday School: 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.

Worship Service: 10:45 a.m.

St. Joseph's Catholic Church



512 Cedar Street

Parish Hall (620) 635-2240

Father - Charles Mazouch

Rectory (620) 635-2338

Sunday Mass - 9:00 a.m.

CCD Wednesdays 7:00 p.m.-  Preschool through High School

Knight’s of Columbus-7:00 p.m.- First Sunday of Every Month

Bingo Every 2nd Saturday

Dodge City Diocese Online

First Church of God

408 Maple Street

Ashland, KS 67831

(620) 635-2590



(620) 635-2591


Rev: Nick Johnson

Morning Men’s Prayer Meeting:

Wednesday Mornings-7:00 a.m.

Small Group Bible Study:

Wednesday’s & Sunday’s - 6:30 p.m.

Sunday School: 9:30-10:30

Worship Service: 10:45


Interdenominational-Youth Group

Ages Kindergarten through 6th grade

PO Box 888

Ashland, KS 67831



Join us Wednesday Evenings from

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

At the First Church of God, 408 Maple Street

AWANA organization encourages young people in Bible study and Bible memorization, music, teamwork, physical activity and social interaction.


To learn more about Global AWANA

Ashland Cemetery

Ashland Clubs

Ashland Clubs

Ashland Clubs

Ashland Civic Club

PO Box 686

Ashland, KS 67831

Meet every Thursday at Noon

Ashland All Schools Association, Inc.

PO Box 622

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Ashland All School Reunion Online

Ashland Quilters

All welcome to join the fun the third Tuesday of every month at the First Church of God

408 Maple Street

Ashland, Kansas 67831

21st Century Club

General Federation of Women’s Club

For More Information contact:

Bev York-President

2467 Hwy 183

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Business and Professional Women

Women Helping Women

Ashland BPW helps sponsor educational scholarships with nut sales and other various fundraisers each year.

BPW Kansas Online

PEO Sisterhood

Chapter BA

498 CR 25

Bucklin, Kansas 67834

PEO International Online

Salvation Army

Tony Maphet

PO Box 417

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Salvation Army Online

Knights of Columbus

Council 12016

512 Cedar St.

P.O. 431

Ashland KS 67831


Ashland Community Foundation

The Ashland Community Foundation gives citizens the opportunity to make a lasting gift to the community which has been good to them. The foundation receives and manages capital of all amounts from individuals, families, businesses, and foundations. The income from this capital is applied to uses that serve the best interests of the community.

Designated as a 501(C)3 under the Internal Revenue Code, the Ashland Community Foundation provides valuable tax advantages.

Board Members are:

Bill Shaw, Jan Endicott, Larry Konrade, , Marie Smyth, Amanda Luckie, Joe Fast, Lonnie Sarver, Jenny Betchart, Millard Fox, and Susan Walker

Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Building

Post 7770

8th Avenue & Highland Street

PO Box 303

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Phone (620) 635-2253

Rental Available with Reservation

Please contact (620) 635-2205 for more information.

VFW Online

Youth Organizations

Girl Scouts

Town Chairs:

Lyndsay Lynn - (620) 635-0448

Stacey Knowles

Girl Scouts Online


Clark County Extension Agent

(620) 635-2811

To learn more about 4-H

Boy Scouts

Pack 173

Cub Master:

Troop 173

Scout Master:



Annual camping and SCUBA diving

Boy Scouts Online

Community Facilities

Ashland City Library

PO Box 397

604 Main Street

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Ashland City Library Online

Library Hours:

Monday: 10:00 - 5:30

Tuesday: 10:00 – 5:30

Wednesday: 10:00 – 7:30

Thursday: 10:00 – 5:30

Friday: 10:00 – 5:30

Saturday: 9:00-1:00

Sunday - Closed

Ashland Community Center

812 Main Street and 8th Avenue

PO Box

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Phone (620) 635-2999

A destination with the Senior in mind. Located in a beautiful newly built establishment centered in downtown Ashland, offering a full array of activities which support independence and encourage involvement in and with the community. Providing reliable transportation to many community activities, shopping and appointments keeping you self sufficient and involved. Rental options available for your gatherings with a reservation.

Ashland Fitness Center

117 E. 7th Street • PO Box 505

Ashland, Kansas 67831



Monthly & Yearly Memberships Available

Single Membership (Pd Monthly/Annually): $26/$286

Family Membership (Pd Monthly/Annually): $52/5

Senior Single (Over 65) (Pd Monthly/Annually): $21/$231

Senior Couple (Both over 65) (Pd Monthly/Annually): $42/$462


Tabitha House Thrift Shop

219 W 10th Avenue

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Phone (620) 635-4454

Hours Open:

Wednesday:    10:00 a.m to 2 p.m.,

Saturday:         10:00 a.m. to 2p.m.


Pioneer Krier Museum

430 W 4th Avenue and Hwy 160

PO Box 862

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Phone (620) 635-2227

Pioneer Krier Museum Online

Clark County Fairgrounds

Our Fair Grounds serve as the host for many events throughout the year including the KPRA Rodeo and the Clark County Fair.

Ashland Health Center, Independent Apartments-Cedar Crest

530 W 8TH Street

Ashland, Kansas 67831

Phone (620) 635-2311

Cedar Crest Online


The Independent Living Apartments offered by Ashland Health Center provides a living community for older adults who want to live an independent lifestyle but need some assistance with life's daily tasks.


Living arrangements are not like a nursing home. All apartments are private. You may decorate them, as you like, hanging pictures and having your own furnishings. You may wish to tend to a garden plot.


Each apartment is furnished a stove with a cook top and oven, a microwave, and a refrigerator. Tenants all receive one meal a day, as part of his or her basic package, from the facility kitchen and can contract for additional meals if he or she does not want to cook own meals.