Bartlesville Indian Women's Club
Organized in 1935 and incorporated in 1972, this club welcomes all tribes to join with the requirements of possessing a CDIB with their tribe and by receiving approval of club officers. Members raise funds for scholarships, and participate in various community-sponsored activities like Indian Summer Fest, Bartlesville Sun Fest, OK Mozart, as well as tribal-attire style shows.
Daughters of the American Revolution
Local chapter founded in 1915. This club welcomes any female over 18 years old to join who descends from someone who served as a sailor, solider, civil officer, or rendered aid in the American Revolution and can prove lineage. Projects include: providing scholarships, supporting veterans in Claremore, supporting Bacone College and National DAR schools, Women's issues and parades in Claremore and Bartlesville.
Musical Research Society
Organized in 1908, this club welcomes all who enjoy music. Their objective is to elevate the standard of music in schools and in the local community. Provides financial contributions in vocal and instrumental music programs, and provides scholarships to local students. Also offers area performances.
Formed in 1904, this club welcomes anyone interested in helping promote higher education and improving social and moral conditions for the betterment of the community. Past projects include: financial contribution to the local history museum and donation to Bartlesville High School for the purchase of a concert Grand piano.