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 Supporting the Cambridge Community

Supporting the Cambridge Community

Since 1893 Cambridge State bank has been supporting and working with the Cambridge Community.  Through hard work and strong values Cambridge State Bank has grown and to Thank the Cambridge Community each year Thousands of dollars are donated back into the Cambridge Community. 

 In 2012 Cambridge State Bank donated over $43,000 to the Cambridge Community!

To start off 2013 Cambridge State Bank has donated $8,000 so far and were just getting started! 

Please help us in supporting these great Cambridge Community Organizations:

  Cambridge Area
 Lions Club
  “We Serve”

Whenever a Lions club gets
together, problems get smaller,
and communities get better.
That's because we help
where help is needed, in
our own communities and
around the world, with
unmatched integrity and energy. 
Lions are groups
of service minded men and
 women who are interested
in doing volunteer work to
improve their communities.
We are young people, families
and Baby Boomer's alike.
To become a Lion is to
become an active volunteer,
 a member of a respected
international organization,
a leader in your community
and a friend to people in need.
Learn more about what we
do by picking up one of our
brochures  at various local
business or Call

  Cambridge Community Activities Program
( CAP)
The Cambridge Community
Activities Program

encourages and promotes
 life-long wellness by providing
 a variety of high-quality recreational activities,
learning opportunities,
aquatics programs, and
services to the Cambridge area community. 
Whether you are
looking to acquire new skills,
enjoy time with friends or
 family, learn something new,      get fit or volunteer
your time – we have something
 for you! CAP continues to
partner with individuals and
groups around our community
 to provide quality programming
right  in your own backyard.
For more information Call



Community Library

“So much more than books”
The Cambridge
Community Library
has been serving the community
since 1978.

For more information please
608 423-3900 or

Monday, Wednesday
1–6 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday
9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Friday: 1–5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.–1 p. m.

Story times 
Wednesday & Friday
at 9:30am

Family Events Monthly
every 3rd Thursday
@ 6:30pm


Historic School
 The Cambridge Historic
School Foundation is a
nonprofit organization
dedicated to preserving and
protecting the rich history
and culture of Cambridge
and the surrounding 
community.   The
Historic School 
is filled with
beautiful and nostalgic
all arranged
in pleasing and
coordinating layouts. Each
exhibit tells a different story
from a time gone by. 
For more
information call 
(920) 563-9095 

 Visiting Hours

(mid) May - (mid) October
Wednesday & Saturday
 (except holidays)
(Other times by appointment)

 Cambridge Optimist Club
Recognized throughout the
 world as friends of
Optimists are dedicated to 
bringing out the best in kids.
 We do this by providing them
local opportunities for
personal growth, group 
experiences and educational enrichment.
Some of the annual programs
 we sponsor include: Essay Contest with college scholarships awards;
Tri-Star Basketball and Golf Tournaments; Easter Egg Hunt;
Big Wheels Race and Raffle
and Adopt-a-child gift-giving.
 To volunteer or for more information Please call



Food Pantry & Resource Center
The Cambridge Food Pantry
& Resource Center is open
for pantry shopping every Monday
night from 5:30 - 7:00 pm. 
Office hours for the Resource
 Center are Monday
9am to 1pm & 4 to 5pm, 
Wednesday 9am to noon and
Thursday 8am to 3pm. 
The Cambridge Resource Center
is located at 211 S. Street in Cambridge.  There is also a food
pantry garden planted each
summer, at the Severson Learning Farm.  The Cambridge Community
 Cafe, a FREE monthly community
 meal for those who live and work
 in the Cambridge School District,
 is held the first Thursday of every
month from 5:30-6:30pm, at the Amundson Center, 200 Spring St.
in Cambridge.  For more information on volunteering
for any of these great
programs or for sponsoring
a meal or playing live music, please contact the pantry at
423-8142 or email


The Cambridge Foundation
The Cambridge Foundation is proud to support many of the community projects you see going on around the area, as well as provide scholarships to local students, grants to local organizations and funds to maintain our beautiful park on picturesque Lake Ripley.
The Cambridge Foundation was established in 1947 and is responsible for donating over $3 million to various Cambridge community projects.
We encourage you to learn more about the Cambridge Foundation, read about the long and great history of the foundation, consider becoming a member, or donating to help us achieve our goal of making our community a better place to live.

For more information please contact Michael Rumpf at
608-423-3226 or email

Cambridge K-12 Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
The mission of the Cambridge
K-12 PTO is simple: To
 enhance the educational and extracurricular experience of all children in the school district.  One way in which we do this is through advocacy.  The PTO provides a collaborative "Voice"
for parents, teachers, and students of our district to
ensure quality school
experiences in the face of tightening school budgets.
  We work together with the school board, administrators
and teachers to advance education for elementary, middle, and high school students.  For more information please
 call 608-423-3412