Clubs and Organizations
Delta Junction is home to numerous clubs and civic
The Delta chapter of the Future Farmers of America
was established in 1976 with 12 students. It has grown to about
40 members who are involved in many activities, including the Building
Our American Communities program.
Individual members have personal projects, such as dairy production,
beekeeping, gardening and raising livestock. These projects are
financed by the student or sponsor and teach business skills and
responsibility in addition to the practical aspects.
The FAA has a strong alumni association, also
organized in 1976. This group has been helpful in providing financial,
political and moral support for the chapter. The FAA motto is Learning
to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve.
Pioneers of Alaska
Pioneers of Alaska the organization to
which one is admitted only after 30 years of residency in this great
state established an Igloo, or chapter, in Delta Junction
on June 15, 1987.
Men who have fulfilled the residency requirement may be members
of the Igloo: their spouses and other women with 30 years
residency can join the Pioneers of Alaska Auxiliary #19 have their
regular meetings the first Tuesday evening of each month; visiting
Pioneers are welcome.
Loyal Order of Moose
Loyal Order of the Moose, Delta Clearwater
Lodge #911, was chartered on March 23, 1986. A total of 133 charter
members were initiated at the culmination of a recruiting drive
that took less than three months.
The Moose Lodge meets the first and third Wednesdays of each month
at the Lodge building off Jack Warren Road; visiting Moose are welcome.
For additional information, call the Lodge at 895-4300.
Delta Lions Club
The Delta Lions Club, chartered in 1958 by Lions
International, meets twice each month. For meeting and membership
information call Totsie Pursey at 895-4256. Visiting Lions are welcome.
Additional information can be found on the
Lions Club International website.
The Delta Lions Club is in District 49D.
The Lions Club serves a pancake breakfast during
the annual Deltana Fair, collects old eyeglasses for redistribution
and has other fund raising events throughout the year. The club
presents one scholarship to a local graduate each year and supports
various youth activities within the community, as well as continuing
efforts in sight conservation.
Youth sport organizations include the Delta
Skating Association, Delta Little League Baseball Association and the
Delta Softball Association.
The Delta Skating Association sponsors and promotes activities of ice
hockey, figure skating and recreational skating in the Delta
community. For more information, call Mike Tvenge at 907-895-5132.
The Delta Little League Baseball Association organizes baseball for
area youth, ages 5 to 15. Tee-ball, Minor, Major and Senior League
teams play during the (May to July) season. Contact Dave Becker at
The Delta Softball Association schedules game for girls 8 to 18 years
old during the summer. Contact Denise Coakley at 907-895-5029 for more
For information about Delta Softball League (adult, co-ed softball)
contact Richard Lester @ 907-869-3116 / 895-4446 or Hanni Marchuk @
(907) 873-4043 / 895-4018.