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Calendar of Meetings and Events

The Vigo County Pachyderm has two regular meetings per month: 

The "bring your own" lunch and dinner meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday*

of each month in the Pachyderm Room in the lower level of Meadows Shopping Center,

2800 Poplar St. Suite 45D (below Ace Hardware)

Lunch meeting starts at 11:45a.m. and dinner meeting at 5:45.

* No evening meeting in Nov. and Dec. 

Special Events 

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There are a variety of ways to get involved with the Vigo County Pachyderm. One way is to attend events and show support of our mission. Another way is to volunteer at the event, which could involve tasks such as helping to set up, manning a booth or activity, or assisting with clean-up. Individuals can also contribute to the event by making a donation or becoming a sponsor. Additionally, people can participate by promoting the event to their friends and family, by sharing information about it on social media, or by helping to spread the word through other channels.

Vigo County Pachyderm participates in the following events each year. Feel free to join us!

  • The St. Patrick's Day parade - Saturday, March 11, 2023

  • Pachyderm Picnic at Fairbanks Park - summer Saturday TBD

  • Reagan Dinner - fall date TBD

  • The Labor Day Parade - TBD

  • Indiana State University Homecoming Parade - Saturday, October 21, 2023

2024 Annual Ronald Reagan Dinner: date TBD

Every year the Vigo County Pachyderm also hosts the Ronald Reagan dinner. The 2023 event was held on Thursday, August 24th at 6:00 p.m. at the Meadows Banquet & Conference Center, 2800 Poplar St. in Terre Haute, with dinner by MCL Cafeteria Three of the state's Governor Candidates - Suzanne Crouch, Eric Doden, and Mike Braun -, and the Pachyderm President will make a check presentation to a local charity. There will also be a silent auction with great items to bid on. Please join us at this exciting event! 

Get Tickets for the Annual Picnic: 2024 TBD

Every year Vigo County Pachyderm hosts a summer picnic at Fairbanks Park in Terre Haute. This is a unique opportunity for members to come together and enjoy the day in a relaxed, outdoor setting. Attendees are encouraged to bring their family to this annual event. Money raised will help local non-profits in our community, such as the ones listed below.​

Get Involved:

Already a member? It's easy to renew your membership fee online for each calendar year. See the next page under "Membership".


Interested in becoming a member? Email for an application.​

How we give back to our community:

Donations are a vital part of how we are able to contribute to our community. Money raised goes to a variety of non-profits in our community that the membership chooses to support. Donations allow for the direct support of individuals and organizations in our community. This can have a significant impact on improving the quality of life for those in need and can also help to strengthen the community as a whole. 

Organizations we have supported:

Apostolic Church Outreach Program

Boy Scout Troop 200

Bundle of Love

Friends of Seelyville and Lost Creek

Griffin Bike Park

Manna of Seven

Mental Health Association

National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI)

Ohio Blvd Beautification Project

Terre Haute Humane Society

Vanguard: Outreach for Homeless Veterans

Terre Haute Children's Museum

Breakfast Optimist Club

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