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Gallatin Gateway Community Center

145 Mill Street

Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730

Mailing Address: 

P.O. Box 329

Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730

gallatingatewaycomcenter@gmail.com

(406) 539-4865

Who Are We?

The Gallatin Gateway Community Center is owned and operated by the Willing Workers Ladies Aid (WWLA), Inc., a community-volunteer organization. The Community Center is available for rent for weddings, parties, receptions, reunions, homeowner association meetings, and other business and social events. Community Center rentals help the WWLA maintain the building and fund their charitable activities. 

Mission Statement

 

Willing Workers Ladies Aid, Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves the Gallatin Gateway community. WWLA assists those in need and promotes unity and goodwill. The Gallatin Gateway Community Center was built with the support of our community and is maintained by the WWLA.

WWLA Officers


President: Melanie Ross
Vice-President: Diane Cashell
Secretary: Lain Kay
Treasurer: Lynn Morton

Activities include

  • Gallatin Gateway Community Center operation, rental, and maintenance

  • Charitable work in Gallatin Gateway    

  • Donations to the local food bank

  • Scholarships to Gallatin Gateway students pursuing post-secondary education

  • Support for community families in need

  • Support for Gallatin Gateway School

  • ‘Sunshine’ cards sent to community members

  • Valentine boxes for the sick and elderly

   

Fundraisers

 

  • Annual Play and Auction

  • Raffle quilt

  • Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner


Social Gatherings

  • Social Circle: Held the second Wednesday of every month, lunch served at 11:30 a.m.

  • Children’s Halloween Party BOO Bash, held on the Friday prior to Halloween

  • Community Suppers: Last Wednesday of February, May and September.

WWLA Meetings & Activities

WWLA meets at 7 PM on the second Tuesday of each month at the Gallatin Gateway Community Center. The meetings are free and open to the public.

History

Constructed by volunteers and completed in 1995, the Community Center has been the site for meetings, social and charity events, school functions, 4-H meetings, Pony Club, Gateway Youth Group, a polling place for elections and much more. WWLA was established a century ago as a volunteer community service organization.

WWLA, Inc. is incorporated by the State of Montana, has non-profit tax-exempt status with the Montana Department of Revenue, and has non-profit, tax-exempt status under section 501 (c) (3) of the IRS Internal Revenue code.