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Civic Club Logo
Position Name Phone/Email
President Kelly Faas 937-232-0905;
Vice President Sherry Bingamon 513-374-7389;
Treasurer Jackie Mathes 937-271-1812;
  • Promotion of interest and pride in Lake Waynoka
  • Increasing the member’s knowledge of their rights, privileges, and responsibilities
  • Encourage beautification of our property and the Lake Waynoka community
  • Promote and observe all the rules and regulations of the Lake Waynoka Property Owners Association and to recommend any changes where and when necessary
  • Coordinate activities of the Civic Club with the efforts of the Lake Waynoka Property Owners Association’s Board of Trustees

In April 1970, Lake Waynoka was started by American Realty (Lake Waynoka, Inc.). A campground and a large sales force were established over five states to encourage campers and future residents to come to Lake Waynoka. The civic club was formed to encourage communication between the developer and the property owners. In 1975, the lake development was 95% complete and the developer filed for bankruptcy.

A board of trustees was formed in 1976, the Waynoka Development Corporation (NACO) purchased and proposed to finish sales and install water lines. The trustees represented the property owner’s option to purchase the water plant. In 1979 the new code of regulation was revised. In 1985, Tim O’Farrell was hired as manager. In 1986, the lodge was remodeled the first time since it was built in 1977. The lounge was separated from the lodge. The need for a Civic Club arose when the property owners needed a forum to express concerns, hopes, fears, and ideas during the time American Realty Company was developing Lake Waynoka in 1974.

In 1977 the club presented the first flag to the WPOA, and sponsored the first Waynoka Day. The club has had a proud history of volunteer tasks to improve, maintain and beautify the community. In 1985, the club compiled a 183-name telephone directory. Today, the phone book has over 450 entries and is being produced by the WPOA.

The club participated in the Needy Family Program in the late 1980’s, and sponsored a sunshine committee to support all members of the lake. The club made purchases to benefit Lake Waynoka such as chairs for the lodge, shared cost of marina lighting, repair and paint cannons at the front entrance, window blinds for the lodge and Christmas lighting at the front entrance.


The club continues to do volunteer community tasks such as, back gate landscaping, painting the cannons at the front and back gate, painting the concrete benches at the recreation center and the lodge. We continue to sell Lake Waynoka apparel (sweat shirts, t-shirts, hates, etc.) to promote community pride. We provide donations to other lake club activities, as well as other local community activities. We sponsor the community wide garage sale on the 3rd Saturday in May and the annual fireworks on Labor Day weekend.


7 pm in the lodge, on the fourth Tuesday of the month(January-November). We welcome everyone.


$3, annually.


You can help support the club by purchasing quality sports wear. All items are embroidered with your choice of lake related logos & are available in a variety of colors. The logos include duck & reed, campfire, bass, sailboat, or anchor & captains wheel. These items make perfect gifts, or just treat yourself! Additional items are available upon request. Sample items can be seen in the display case at the lodge.

$1 Can Koozie
$5 Can Koozie (6 pack)
(Sizes: S, M, L, XL-5XL;Add $2 for 2X, $3 for 3X, etc.)
$12 T-Shirt
$18 Golf Shirt
$15 Tie-Dye T-Shirt
$20 Sweatshirt
$25 Pullover Hoodie
(Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL)
$12 T-Shirt
$15 Tie-Dye T-Shirt
$20 Sweatshirt
$25 Pullover Hoodie
$30 Zip Hoodie

*To see items in stock or to place an order, contact the club treasurer, Jackie Mathes (937-271-1812;