Pulaski Area Community Education provides you with short descriptions of area organizations and their web site link, if available. Check below for these groups: Chamber of Commerce, Community Pantry, NWTC, Oneida Community Education Center, Pulaski Historical Society, Pulaski News, Pulaski Public Library, PYO,
Tri-County Optimists, and WI DNR.
Pulaski Area Chamber of Commerce
Visit the local Chamber at www.pulaskichamber.org or call Gloria Morgan at 822-4400. The Board meets monthly and sponsors several recognition events throughout the year. To view the calendar of community events, click here.
THE COMMUNITY PANTRY OF PULASKI
132 Front Street, PO Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162 at Glenbrook’s annex (920) 822-6050
OPEN FROM 1:00 – 4:00pm on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
We are a two-year technical college, serving northeast Wisconsin by providing education, training, and life-long learning opportunities for individuals and businesses leading to the development of a skilled workforce. www.nwtc.edu
Oneida Community Education
The Oneida Nation Community Education Center warmly invites Oneida community citizens and all tribal employees to explore the educational support services and career advancement opportunities available at our innovative center.
Pulaski Area Historical Society
An all volunteer staff archives local records and information and opens the Pulaski Area Museum upon request.
Call Marion Schroeder at 822-5856 for an appointment.
The Pulaski News is a newspaper that is published every other week year-round. Its circulation is about 3,000. It is the only community newspaper in the United States produced entirely by high school english students.
Pulaski Branch Library
Serving the community since 1989. For a great choice of books, free Internet access, comprehensive information and so much more...why not rediscover your library?
Pulaski Girl's Softball Organization
PGSA has a new website! Click on: http://pulaskigirlssoftball.com/default.aspx
You will be able to print the registration from the website.
Please submit completed Registration Form and fees payable to:
PSO - PO Box 615 - Pulaski WI 54162
*There will be a $15.00 late fee for registration forms postmarked after February 1st.
PYO (Pulaski Youth Organization)
PYO - Pulaski Youth Organization For information and tryout dates, a list of current officers, meeting information and much more, visit the PYO website at: www.pulaskiyouth.org Write to them at: PYO, P.O. Box 465, Pulaski, WI 54162
PYO runs winter basketball, summer baseball and softball leagues and tournaments.
Pulaski United Foundation
Formerly known as the Tri-County Community Corporation, we lend our resources to a litany of activities throughout the Pulaski Area. All of the programs that PUF subsidize are critical to maintaining and enhancing the quality of life for the local residents. Pulaski United Foundation, Inc. is our local non-profit charitable organization.
Tri-County Optimists is a group of volunteers from the Tri-County area that meet monthly and sponsor activities for the good of the community. Some things they do are: Youth T-Ball and Little League Baseball, Elementary Youth Power Groups, Educational Scholarships, Craft Show, Car Show, Easter Egg Hunt and Halloween Party, Biannual Circus, Special Olympics Fundraising Ball Game and more. Call 562-6194
View our Parent Code of Ethics
Pulaski Welcome Program
Are you new to the area? Help us welcome you. To receive a newcomer’s information package along with some welcome gifts please call Tiffany Rondou at 822-2119.
FINANCIAL STRESS ???
Free financial counseling is offered by the Catholic Charities Budget Counseling Program. To register call 920-437-7531 ext.1.
The Department of Natural Resources is dedicated to the preservation, protection, effective management, and maintenance of Wisconsin's natural resources. It is responsible for implementing the laws of the state and, where applicable, the laws of the federal government that protect and enhance the natural resources of our state.
Call 1-888-936-7463 to receive the lifetime ID number you must have to enroll in DNR classes.
Mark Heck, Director Debra Schneider, Assistant Sue Wheeler, Summer School
(920)-822-6051 (920)-822-6050 (920)-822-6053
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Fax: (920) 822-6052