Steele is an active and thriving community with many service and social organizations welcoming newcomers and long-time residents alike. All numbers below begin with area code 701.
Kidder County Volunteer Ambulance Mona Thompson 475-2595
Kidder County Food Pantry 327-4488
Kidder County Historical Society & Museum Glen and Verla DeKrey 475-2618 Clarilyn Riedinger 475-2444
They are the care takers of the Kidder County Museum.
Kidder County Library & Book Club Paulette Fischer 475-2422
This group meets every other Thursday, dates and hours are posted on the library window at 115 west Broadway. In addition, the Kidder County Bookmobile travels to Pettibone, Robinson, Tappen and Tuttle biweekly. During the summer, the Bookmobile also stops in Dawson. Bookmobile driver is Gayle Christenson.
Kidder-Emmons Senior Services 475-2708
This organization provides congregate dining, home delivered meals and senior adult transportation.
Steele AmVets Brian Bartlett 475-9470
This organization welcomes all veterans and meets the 3rd Thursday of the month at the Steele Veterans Club at 7pm.
Steele Economic Development Corporation 475-2133
The Steele Economic Development Corporate meets every other month in the Steele Community Center at 7:30am. This group is dedicated to exploring new development ideas for the city of Steele. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Steele Area Betterment Mary Jo Fries
The Steele Area Betterment Group is open to individuals, businesses, and non-profit groups who are interested in networking and sharing information on how their current projects are impacting the city. The group meets for a noon luncheon on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. To be added to the agenda please contact Mary Rohrich 475-2133/269-0443
Steele Fire Department Chief, Phillip Porter 475-2548
The Steele Fire and Rescue Department provides local individuals, families, and businesses with assistance and critical services in times of need. The department is always looking for new volunteers.
Steele Park Board Dave Silbernagel, 475-0257
The Steele Park Board meets the 3rd Monday of every month at the Steele Community Center at 7pm. The board helps maintain the Steele park system and schedules summer programs and coaches for several programs including tee-ball, little league, babe ruth, legion and softball.
Moms in Touch prayer group Amy Wolff 475-2276
Steele Music Booster Kidder County School 475-2243
Steele Sports Boosters Kidder County School 475-2243
TOPS Caroline Glatt 475-2858
Weight Watchers Kathy Fallgatter 475-2565
AA Meetings every Thursday at Francis de Sales Catholic Church @ 8pm. Fr. Jerome Hunkler
World’s Largest Sandhill Crane Foundation
This group manages the World's Largest Sandhill Crane site and the small park associated with it.
Golden Age Club
This energetic group of seniors is open to anyone over 55. they meet each Tuesday at 1pm at the Steele AmVets for either a rousing game of cards or Bingo. Lunch is served.
Steele Active Seniors Bob Schoepp
This group meets the 1st Monday of the month at the Steele Senior Center at 6:00pm for a meal at a nominal fee, followed by a business meeting and usually a program. Guests and new members are welcome.
Golden Manor Auxiliary 475-2251 A very active group. Meets the first Wednesday of each month at The Golden Manor at 1pm.
Kidder-Emmons Senior Services 475-2708 This organization provides congregate dining, home delivered meals and senior adult transportation.
Senior Living Help - https://www.seniorlivinghelp.org/assisted-living/north-dakota/
Community Children's Theatre Steele Area Betterent 475-2133
A community children's theatre is held each summer in Steele and is open to ages 6-18
Junior Pirate's Child Care Stacie Hatlewick,475-4495 email@example.com
Lil Rascals Daycare Michelle Pfaff, 475-2130
Tiny Treasues Daycare Lisa Bartlett 475-2780
Community Vacation Bible School 475-2631
Each year the churches of Steele join together for a community Vacation Bible School. Open to all youth ages 4 through the 6th grade are invited to attend.
Kidder County 4-H Clubs The Kidder County 4-H program provides a fun, family friendly environment for youth to gain essential skills in leadership, public speaking, showmanship, teamwork, sportsmanship and other valuable skills that they will utilize throughout their lives. Contact Kidder County Extension at or 475-2672.