Welcome to Moore Community Association & King Mountain Car Show

Working today to change tomorrow!

About Us




The Moore Community Association is organized by a group of individuals in the city of Moore, with the purpose of serving Butte and Custer County! Over the past few years we have had several projects. We started with a beautification effort in which we collected old cars from people and recycled them. Then we established the Annual King Mountain Car Show, that we hold each year in June.    We hold several community events each year.  We installed some Welcome to Moore signs. Our major project has been building the Valley Community Center that was finished in the Spring of 2015.

                     We welcome new members!

Groundbreaking for the VALLEY COMMUNITY CENTER was March 30, 2014




Our Mission

Moore Community Association

The purpose of the Association is to seek to improve the quality of life in the community in matters such as promoting economic growth, combating community deterioration, lessening neighborhood tensions and other matters of community concern with a focus on the disadvantaged and vulnerable residents and families.

The objectives of the Association are:

-Combat community deterioration through community beautification and clean-up efforts.
-Erect and maintain a community center that can be utilized by all residents of the Lost River Valley without increasing the burden of government.
-Hold community events to create a sense of belonging and as a no cost or low cost option for the disadvantaged and vulnerable residents and youth to participate in unity building activities.

The above are for charitable purposes as specified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code




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CITY OF MOORE           



3353 West 3155 North,  Moore, Idaho 83255

Maximum Occupancy 299

  • The renter of the facility shall be at least 21 years old.
  • No smoking or other tobacco products are permitted in the facility.
  • No alcoholic beverage are allowed on the premises or the parking lot and patio.
  • No red punch shall be served in the facility.
  • No pets or other animals allowed in the building
  • Renter shall be present during the period of the reservation from set-up through clean-up and shall be responsible to ensure the facility is clean and locked upon leaving.
  • It is the responsibility of the renter to inspect the premises to ensure they are adequate for use.  
  • Use of the kitchen shall be for food serving only, use of the stove, oven, refrigerator, and/or freezer shall be permitted to maintain temperature of foods and beverages.
  • A limited amount of serving bowls, trays and utensils are available for use.
  • The renter shall be responsible to provide their own dishes, cups, glasses, eating and serving utensils.
  • The facility has 36, 60 inch round tables, 216 chairs, 7 rectangle tables and white table cloths   for use and they can also be rented separately.

Rental Fee:      Half Day – 8 :00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   -----------------------$30.00                          

3:00 p.m. to  9:00 p.m.

Full Day - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ------- - - - - -   $60.00

Please be aware of your time limit and be courteous of others who use the building that day.

Contact Us

To reserve the Valley Community Center send an email or give us a call. moorecommunityassoc@gmail.com

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To reserve the Valley Community Center please send us an e-mail or call the numbers below.

Arlene  208-554-3412

Amy 208-527-3958

Merlin 208-554-3371

Moore Community Association

3353 W 3155 N , Moore, Idaho 83255, United States

contact persons: Merlin Waddoups, President Arlene Pearson, Secretary Maddie Hansen, Treasurer

About Us


10th Annual King Mountain Car Show  was a great success.  Look for the pictures.

Train ride for the kids


Check out the winners


Moore Idaho Video

Check out this great video

About Us


How We're Helping

We are a nonprofit organization focused on helping make our community around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless volunteers, we organize fundraisers, community-building events,  and events that bring us together as a Lost River Community from Mackay to Howe.


We had the two roadside signs designed and created that stand on the highway at either end of the City Of Moore

With help from the Butte County Schools, art and welding departments and many hours from our volunteers, these attractive signs were created and put up in 2013.


Thank You

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

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Moore Community Association

3353 W 3155 N, Moore, Idaho 83255, United States


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