Construction crews are out on School Rd. east of STH 76  until June to fix driveway issues and restore terraces. Please use an alternative route if possible.

Clubs & Community Groups

Myron Palmbach Post 30 AMVETS of Greenville
     AMVETS Post 30 meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7PM at the Greenville Village Hall. Myron Palmbach was an WWII Army Veteran from Greenville who became a prisoner of war and is buried officially in the Philippines though you will find a memorial for him in the Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery. The Palmbach Family is one of our Greenville Gold Star Families and we are proud to help Veterans in need in his name. 
     AMVETS Post 30 is part of AMVETS District 4 and a member of the Fox Valley Veteran’s Council.  We place flags on our veteran’s graves at the three Greenville Cemeteries, Immanuel, St. Mary’s, and Pioneer prior to Memorial Day weekend and we remove them after Veteran’s day.  We raise money for Old Glory Honor Flight, Fox Valley Veterans Emergency Fund, and support the needs of Veterans when funding is not sufficient or available through government.  We work with other Veteran organizations and veteran support groups such as Vets and Friends and Blue Star Mothers Chapter 1. 
     In the Greenville community we support the Summer Send-off Bike Raffle and we hold a Veterans Memorial Service at noon at the 911 Memorial Garden right before the Summer Send-off Parade which we also take part in.  We retire on average 350  US Flags by fire each year.  We support our currently serving in many ways be it troop packages or morale…..during Covid we secured and delivered safe serve meals to our National Guard serving in and around our area.
     You will see us at the Cat Fish Concerts (thanks to our Greenville Lions Club)  seeking donations to support veteran needs and we co-host the Mash Blood Drive with the Community Blood Center that has been at Houdini Plaza or at the Fox Valley Exhibition Center these past 32 years. We do our best to help keep the Blood supplies in our area Hospitals where they need to support  our communities. 
     Our mission summed up is:  To enhance and safeguard the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and to improve the quality of life for them, their families, and the communities where they live through leadership, advocacy and services.
     Any veteran who has honorably served in the US Armed forces is welcome to consider becoming a member. 
     Thank you and we are grateful for all our Greenville Community does for Veterans.
Email:  Mailing address: P.O. Box 63 Greenville, WI 54942

Greenville Garden Club
    Come and be a part of the Greenville Garden Club. This is a loosely-knit group; no regular meetings, no officers or dues. We usually get together on a weekday evening, whatever fits most of the persons involved. Everyone is welcome. If you want to be included this season, just contact Wendy Bekx at 757-6905 or email at: