|Mountain Gardeners||Betty Fassnacht, 423-886-3183|
|Garden Club of Signal Mountain||Sue Knight, 423-886-4179|
|Lion’s Club||Paul M. Hendricks, firstname.lastname@example.org, 423-413-2289|
|Masonic Lodge #758||Evan R. Milligan, email@example.com, 423-260-8931|
|Mountain Stewards||Eva Conwell and Corinne Giagnario, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Signal Mountain Community Guild||www.signalmountainguild.org|
|SM Community Guild Literature Department||Lynn Anderson, email@example.com|
|Signal Mountain Newcomers||Lara Buchhet, firstname.lastname@example.org|
ScoutingThere are three Boy Scout Troops on the mountain that offer year-round scouting programs for boys ages 11-18. The troops meet weekly, conduct monthly camping trips, and host at least one extended camping trip in the summer. A joint Signal Mountain Area Boy Scout Court of Honor is conducted four times a year to recognize scouts who have earned advancements. Contact Travis Close with Troop 116 at 423-488-1882 for more information.
The Signal Mountain Service Unit (O-TEN-TALA) of the Moccasin Bend Girl Scout Council is open to girls ages 5-17. Adults are welcome in the program as well. Registration is open year-round. Contact the Moccasin Bend Girl Scout Council at 423-877-2688 for more information.
Signal Mountain Social Services
Signal Mountain Social Services provides emergency help for families in need on Signal Mountain. They maintain a food pantry, offer life-skills counseling and educational assistance, operate the Clothes House for used clothing and household goods, support preschool scholarships, arrange transportation to medical appointments, and furnish Christmas baskets. These operations are supported by donations from Signal Mountain community groups, volunteers, and churches.
Their office is located at 633 Mississippi Ave. They are open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. For more information, contact them at 423-886-5982.