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Civic Groups

Cardigan Welsh Club
The Cardigan Welsh Club holds an annual hog roast at the Welsh Museum in Oak Hill and also meets throughout the year. Members are mainly from Gallia and Jackson County with a few members from outside those two counties.

Oak Hill Festival of Flags Organization
The Oak Hill Festival of Flags was organized in 2000 to encourage residents of the Oak Hill area to display the flag, promote the Village of Oak Hill, and provide family entertainment for the Memorial Day Weekend. The Festival of Flags Committee meets the second Monday of every month at the Imogene Brunton Davis Memorial Building in Oak Hill.

Friends of Lake Jackson
The Friends of Lake Jackson organization was organized in 2005 to raise funds and help direct the State of Ohio in maintaining Lake Jackson. Friends of Lake Jackson meet the first Monday of every month at the Imogene Brunton Davis Memorial Building in Oak Hill. For more information contact Cheyene Thacker at (740) 682-4604.

The Portland Masonic Lodge #366.
The Portland Masonic Lodge of Oak Hill (Portland #366) was first chartered in 1866 by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio. As a fraternal organization, Freemasonry unites men of good character who, though of different religious, ethnic, or social backgrounds, share a belief in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of mankind. Its teachings and ceremonies seek to make good men better and thereby make the world a better place in which to live. Please visit
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Order of the Eastern Star Chapter No. 449
The Order of the Eastern Star is the world’s largest organization that includes both men and women. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to good works, helping people, donating to charities and is based on biblical teachings. Contact Portia Thomas at (740) 682-6616.

Kent-Metzler Post No. 261 of the American Legion
Post No. 261 was organized on November 13, 1919 was named after two of the town’s young men who lost their lives in France.

Boy Scout Troop 42 Pack 40
Organized in 1914, Troop 42 Pack 40 meets regularly at the Oak Hill Teen Center. Contact Allan or Barb Wasmer at (740) 682-3924 for more information.

Oak Hill Library Board of Trustees
The Oak Hill Public Library Board of Trustees is the governing board for the library. The board of trustees meets monthly. For more information contact (740) 682-6457 or visit the library’s website at

Oak Hill Friends Club