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Cambridge Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce


The Cambridge C of C is a nonprofit organization that supports local businesses and the overall health of Cambridge’s economy. We are always looking for active members and people who want to be part of something bigger than themselves and who want to see our Community thrive! Learn more about the Cambridge C of C here.

Butler Memorial Library

Butler Memorial Library’s mission is to provide resources, materials and events that enhance the quality of life, fulfill educational needs and provide entertainment for patrons in our community. We are always looking for helpers, parents and teens to assist with our kid’s events and during story hour. Learn more about the Butler Memorial Library here

Cambridge Planning Commission

The Cambridge Planning Commission serves as an extension of the Municipality of Cambridge. The goal of the Planning Commission is to maintain and improve the aesthetics of the town as well as to approve building permits and regulate zoning laws as it pertains to residential, agricultural and commercial buildings. If you would be interested in serving as a member of this board, please contact Cambridge City Office for more information or to volunteer. Learn more about Cambridge Planning Commission here.  

Cambridge Economic Development Committee


The Cambridge Economic Development Committee (EDC) serves as an enabler for the community to focus on business recruitment, quality of life and economic impactors for Cambridge.Our main purpose is to retain business as well as to recruit new businesses. We are always looking for people who want to champion the cause of increasing economic development in Cambridge and have a desire to make Cambridge a better place to live. There are no special qualifications to be part of this Committee. We invite those with an understanding of community, an open mind, and a willingness to make Cambridge better financially and through human capital and energy to join our cause. Interested persons can serve as an active board member or participate by joining the housing development, supporting existing businesses or youth engagement committees. Learn more about Cambridge Economic Development Committee here

Cambridge Park Board

The Cambridge Park Board takes pride in helping make Cambridge a beautiful place to visit and to live all year round. We are recognized as a Tree City USA member and participate in a yearly Arbor Day ceremonial tree planting celebration. Our board meets at 5:00 pm the second Thursday of each month at the City office. To get involved and support our efforts, you can attend a meeting or contact the City office for more info. Everyone is welcome to participate! Learn more about the Cambridge Park Board here

Cambridge Senior Center  

The Cambridge Senior Center strives to provide affordable, nutritious meals for seniors in Cambridge and the surrounding areas. If you would be interested in being on a ‘call list’ when food donations are needed, please contact the Senior Center directly at 308-697-4889.

Meals on Wheels  

At the core of the Meals on Wheels service is a nutritious meal, companionship and a watchful eye on the health and safety of our seniors and shut-ins. For many, the trusted Meals on Wheels volunteer who shows up every day with a meal and a smile is the only person they see or speak with all day. This special delivery is the reason to get up in the morning, something to look forward to, and a reminder to take good care of themselves. If you would like to volunteer to deliver a meal and a smile to our local residents or perhaps serve on the Meals on Wheels board, please contact Georgia Dutt at 308-697-3669 or or you can sign up through one of the churches in Cambridge. 

Tri Valley Auxiliary Thrift Shop and Gift Shop



The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Auxiliary's faithful service has produced hundreds of thousands of dollars for needed medical equipment and other support to the Tri Valley Health System from the Thrift Shop, a store in downtown Cambridge operated by the Auxiliary.

The Thrift Shop is open Monday through Saturday, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Follow us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on specials and sales. If you are interested in joining the Auxiliary and volunteering at the Thrift Shop, contact Celia Nelson, Director of Volunteer Services at Tri Valley Health System, at 308-697-3329 or Learn more here

Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department

Fire dept
Like many small towns, Cambridge relies on an all-volunteer fire department to respond quickly to local emergencies. These volunteers perform regular firefighting duties including fire suppression and prevention, rescuing victims from cars or buildings and mutual aid support for neighboring towns and rural areas. We are always looking for new, fresh, energetic and committed team members to fill the void. Do you have what it takes to become part of the Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department? Do you possess a desire, a passion and commitment to serve? Then we want you to join our team. 

Volunteering to be on the CVFD squad can provide you with a sense of commitment to your community and create strong connections with local citizens. For more information, you can contact the Fire Department Chief Delaine Soucie at 308-340-3848.  You can also look us up on our Facebook Page: Cambridge Volunteer Fire Department or attend a monthly meeting which is held every 3rd Monday at 7 pm at the fire barn. Learn more here.

Cambridge EMS


Another all-volunteer squad who supports Cambridge are our emergency medical responders.  Much like the volunteer fire department, the EMS team is always recruiting new members who want to be a part of a committed team with a passion and desire to help their fellow citizens. To be a responder requires certification through classes and then continuing education to maintain the status. Serious volunteers are encouraged to apply to be on the EMS squad and can find out more about requirements by contacting John Kutnink at 308-880-0631 or

Cambridge Summer Sports Program  

Volunteers to help throughout the summer sports programs are always welcomed and needed. To find out how you can help out with the youth programs in the summer, please contact the City office at 308-697-3711. Any time you can provide is appreciated!

Cambridge Rotary Club


The heart of Rotary is our members, dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Rotary members share ideas, make plans, hear from the community, and catch up with friends during club programs that fuel the impact we make. We meet weekly on Wednesdays at noon at the Cambridge Senior Center and welcome anyone who has a desire to become a part of our club. Learn more on our Facebook page or

Cambridge Lions Club  

When caring people join together, roll up their sleeves and take action to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing — and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. That’s Lions. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness. One of their biggest projects is the annual Christmas toy drive. Through this project, they help families who otherwise would not be able to afford to give their children the joy of opening a gift on Christmas morning. To learn more about becoming a member of the Cambridge Lion’s Club, contact Randy Heitmann at 308-697-4888. 



TeamMates is dedicated to providing mentoring for students in order to improve their hope and engagement, thus positively impacting their overall wellbeing and academic success. 
To learn more or signup, please see the information below for local contacts and the Cambridge Chapter website:

Chapter Coordinator
Cindy Borland

Chapter Board President
Jarod Albers


Chapter mailing address
TeamMates Mentoring Program of Cambridge
PO Box 100
Cambridge, NE 69022