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LEEDS ARTS COUNCIL

We strive to build and maintain, through a non-profit plan, a program for the advancement of the arts. We wish to cultivate an interest in the arts and to provide an opportunity and place for participation in the arts for the community. Our hope is to foster and encourage public appreciation for the arts and…

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LEEDS OUTREACH

We are able to assist citizens living in the city limits of Leeds whose income is not greater than 150% of the poverty level. We provide limited assistance for utility bills, prescriptions, and food needs. 205-699-7291 1000 Park Ave. Leeds, AL 35094

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FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY

Libraries need friends, too! Join the Friends of the Leeds Jane Culbreth Library and support your library’s program The Friends meet monthly, publish a newsletter, hold book sales, and help the library in many ways. Membership forms are available in the library. The Friends is a fully tax-exempt organization. 205-699-5962 8104 Parkway Dr. Leeds, AL…

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LEEDS SCENIC BYWAY

Alabama’s Stagecoach Route Through Leeds began as an Indian trail traversing a vast watershed. As a trail, it served as a staging ground for three emerging Alabama cultures. Early Christian Cherokees along with European circuit riders used it to plant Methodist churches. The Christian Indian culture arrived from North Carolina before 1812. Andrew Jackson’s scouts…

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LEEDS HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The purpose of the Leeds Historical Society is to foster, promote and increase the knowledge of history to its members and the public in Leeds, Alabama

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LEEDS LIONS CLUB

We have been serving the city of Leeds for nearly 70 years, and our main mission is to provide eyeglasses and eye exams to local residents who may not be able to afford them otherwise. We have several fundraisers per year, in order to fund our mission. We are very active in the community, and…

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LEEDS EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Welcome to the Leeds Education Foundation Facebook Page. We will keep you updated with new and exciting things going on in Leeds City Schools! The LEF’s main focus is raising money and seeking donations that we can put directly back in the the classrooms. Every year, thousands of dollars are raised and given away as…

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LEEDS MASONIC LODGE #446

The Leeds Masonic Lodge meets every Tuesday evening and hosts one breakfast and one potluck dinner each month. This active club delivers bread to families in need, offers an annual scholarship, and donates the The United States Constitution and Declaration of Independence each year to every 5th grade student at Leeds Middle School.

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LADYBUGS

Leeds/Moody LadyBUGS is a community service organization for professional women who live or work in greater Leeds and Moody area to provide scholarships. 205-699-2181 8433 1st Ave. Leeds, AL 35094 LadyBUGS on Facebook

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TRI-COUNTY CIVITAN CLUB

Civitan International is an organization of volunteer service clubs around the world, dedicated to helping people in their own communities. Civitans help wherever the need arises – from collecting food for a homeless shelter, to volunteering at their local retirement home, to building a playground for children with disabilities. Civitans have been helping people since…

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WOMEN’S LITERARY CLUB

The Woman’s Literary Club was organized in 1923 and federated in 1924. The purpose of the club is stated, “to constitute a club that shall be literary, cultural, educational, and civic.” The club is in its 86th year, making it Leeds’s oldest women’s service club. 205-979-2281 1545 Sims St. Leeds, AL 35094 Women’s Literary Club…

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MOTON COMMUNITY CENTER

The building was constructed in 1948 as Jefferson County School System’s Moton High School, serving African-American students from Leeds, Trussville, Irondale, Rose Hill and Overton. The school was named for Robert Moton, the second president of Tuskegee Institute. It was converted into Leeds Middle School, which was purchased by the Leeds School System in 2003.…

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LEEDS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary service organization which is supported and funded by its membership, designed to meet business and community needs. It is an information bureau, a business resource tool and a liaison between city government and the business community. The variety of chamber activities is virtually unlimited and is ever…

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ANN'S NEW LIFE CENTER

Ann's New Life Center is a resource center dedicated to supporting and empowering women facing unplanned pregnancies.  Educate. Support. Empower.  Ann's New Life Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization and offers a wonderful place to volunteer for those wanting to make a difference in the lives of women and their families.

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