service club

noun
1.
any of several organizations dedicated to the growth and general welfare of its members and the community.
2.
a recreational center for members of the armed forces.

Origin:
1925–30

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service club

an organization, usually composed of business and professional men or women, that promotes fellowship among its members and is devoted to the principle of volunteer community service. The idea of the service club originated in the United States and has had its greatest popularity there, though service clubs now exist in many other countries and are often linked in international associations

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Example sentences
Other amenities include an indoor pool and full-service club house.
One way you can serve your community in almost any town is by joining a service
  club.
Religious and service club organizations may now apply for a non-commercial
  permit.
Having a speaker for my service club or organization.
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