No matter the interest, Muenster has plenty of opportunities for residents to gather, work, and play together. Many of Muenster’s clubs and organizations contribute to the betterment of the community by providing funding and supports for people on a local, provincial and national scale. Others work to maintain outlets for sports, arts, and culture for people of all ages. Muenster truly has something to offer everyone. Have a look at our community service groups and then take a look under our Sport, Rec and Culture tab for other exciting opportunities.

The Muenster Elks Lodge #550 is one of the most active and vibrant Lodges in all of Canada. With a membership of over 60 individuals, Muenster Elks strives for the betterment of the community by raising money and allocating funds to various projects, groups or individuals requiring assistance. Meetings are held once a month from October to April. While the contributions of the Elks have been extensive over the years, recent notable contributions include to the Arena, to the ball park for numerous improvements, to local facilities, for greenspace developments, etc.   This important work is accomplished through fundraising events such as the annual Muenster Steak Supper and through on going services such as bartending.

To learn more about the Muenster Elks and to find out about joining, please contact Glenn Korte (306) 682-5362 or Gary Loehr.

Muenster New Horizons Seniors’ Club has something happening every day. Come down for a card tournament every Wednesday afternoon. You will find a pool table and shuffleboard for relaxation.

cards-clip-art-4The New Horizons Club also rents out their facility. If you’re having a birthday, a family get-together, a wedding shower, or any other event, you can rent the club facilities for $50.00. For more information, please contact Elain Zimmer (President) at (306) 682-5682 or Marie Pratchler (Treasurer) at (306) 682-3179.


Wolverine Heights is Muenster’s premium 12 unit Independent Senior Low Income Housing Complex. Monthly rent amount is based on annual income. Each unit has its own living area, kitchen (equipped with fridge and stove) four piece bathroom, separate entry and outdoor patio space. In additional to the shared laundry (free of charge), residents enjoy the large common room with shuffle board, card tables and kitchen. Each unit has its own electrified parking space and garden plot. Lawn maintenance and snow removal are provided.  Heat, water, and sewer are included in the rent. For more information or to view a suite, please call Juanine Korte at 306-231-5155.

St. Peter’s Branch of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation

The St. Peter’s Branch of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is a non-profit, non-government, charitable organization with over 250 members enhancing fish and wildlife habitat.  Anyone from Muenster, St. Gregor, and Annaheim and surrounding areas can join the St. Peter’s Branch. Some of the projects our group is involved with is maintaining a trout pond, sponsoring youths to attend wilderness camp, and a  youth scholarship. Sask Wildlife Federation has been working with aquatic and wildlife habitat since 1929.  If interested in joining please call Wendy at 306-231-4389. Ready to take the next step toward a better Saskatchewan?

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