Directory: Associations

Ouachita Volunteer Association, Inc.

volunteer Association

Montgomery County Council for the Performing Arts, MCCPA

In October 1984, a small troupe of would-be Thespians came together at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds near Mount Ida, Arkansas. That meeting set in motion a plan for bringing to their community the opportunity to enjoy live theater. In their constitution the purpose was formally stated as being “operated exclusively for cultural, literary or educational […]

Montgomery County Master Gardeners

A division of the University of Arkansas Agricultural Department, this organization provides education and information to the community about gardening, and volunteering.  Community projects include the Montgomery County Courthouse grounds, Montgomery County Nursing Home, Tasty Acres, and the Caddo Gap “Indian Monument”. The Master Gardeners meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 10:00am […]

Mount Ida Lions Athletic Booster Club

Mount Ida Lion Athletic Booster Club supports athletic activities with funds and time for our student-athletes and coaches.

Caddo River Baptist Association

Caddo River Baptist Association is an organization composed of messengers from cooperating Southern Baptist churches who subscribe to like principles. We exist to encourage growth and unity among our churches in order to win all people to Christ.

ARCO – Montgomery County

ARCO (Arkansas Regional Coalition of the Ouachitas) – Montgomery County Our purpose is to lead in promoting and advancing sustainable prosperity and well being for the people of Montgomery County, Arkansas through broad-based development including economic, community, educational and leadership initiatives.

Goodner-Summit American Legion

Veterans helping Veterans and their communities. A patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. Goodner- Summit American Legion Montgomery County Annex, Room 314 117 Ray Dr. Mount Ida, AR 71957

Harbor East POA (HEPOA)

​In 1981, Harbor East POA (HEPOA) was created on the sixty-two wooded acres on Lake Ouachita 49,000-acre wilderness mountain lake. Located just twenty-six miles from Hot Springs, the community is comprised of 188 condominiums or 49 buildings with 3 tennis courts, one multi- purpose court and 2 swimming pools.  HEPOA is governed by a volunteer […]