Boy Scouts
The Milbank Boy Scout Troop is chartered by American Lutheran Church and has a long history at ALC.  The Troop is open to any boy who is willing to abide by the Scout Oath and the Scout Law.

Like all Boy Scout troops, the Milbank Boy Scouts are led by the boys, supervised by the Scoutmaster and assistant Scoutmasters, and given oversight by a Troop Committee.

PEC – TOT School
Parenting Exceptional Children of Grant County, a non-profit organization, that strives to provide networking, support, and resources to parents with children six years of age and under, without income or needs qualifications.

The four components that PEC focuses include:
*Early Childhood Education – learning of ABC’s, numbers, shapes, and colors
*Parent Resource Connections – newsletter, seminars, and resource library
*Networking – discussion groups with emphasis on the stages and phases of young children
*Creative Play – events, play groups, tips and ideas.

TOT School is held on Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9-10:30am in a classroom in the Education Wing.
TOT School offers educational and creative learning, crafts, and playtime for children birth to Kindergarten during the school year at no cost.  All materials and supplies are provided.

For more information, please contact Jeny Koplin (Facilitator) at (701) 403-9089 or via e-mail:

Alzheimer’s Support Group
The Alzheimer’s Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2:00pm in the Church Library.  A representative from Milbank Rehabilitation Center (formerly Golden Living) facilitates the discussion.  Members of the community or family members are invited to attend the discussion.