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Committees & Community

Get Involved

Delhi has a wide array of committees and community involvement opportunities.

American Legion Post 16

Robert L Davis

The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.

Delhi Betterment Commitee

The Delhi Betterment Committee is a volunteer group that was created in 2018 to unite the citizens of this area in programs of business promotion, social and cultural development, and the promotion of community spirit.

Keep Iowa Beautiful

Marla Quinn

Our Mission:Keep Iowa Beautiful empowers Iowans to bring cultural and economic vitality into communities through improvement and enhancement programs.

Women's League

Donna Flint


Seeking new members

Legion Hall and Venue 


Call Marian

For Rental Information


Great Venue For

  • Wedding Receptions

  • Craft and Vendor Fairs

  • Charity Events

  • Family Reunions

  • Family Holidays

  • School Dances

  • Meetings

Upstairs Rental:  $250 per event.  Max 180 capacity

Basement Rental:  $100 per event.  Max 60 capacity


Located in Delhi City Park

  • Full Kitchen

  • Dance Floor

  • Stage

  • Tables and Folding Chairs

  • ADA Accessible Entrance

  • On Site Parking

  • Basement meeting room with kitchen

  • Decorative Lighting

  • City Park Equipment Nearby

Delhi Thrift Store & Food Pantry

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​The Delhi Thrift Store and Food Pantry is a volunteer Not for Profit brought to the community by the Delhi Methodist Church members. 

The Food Pantry is available for anyone in need and includes fresh produce and non perishable items. 

All proceeds go back to the Delhi community.

Donations include kitchenware and home décor, clothing for all ages, toys and antiques, and more.


  • ​Thursdays 4 to 7

  • Fridays 12 to 4

  • Saturdays 9 to noon


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304 Franklin St

Burial Locations

The Delhi Evergreen Cemetery has provided a burial place for friends and families since 1878.  A directory is located on the north side of the cemetery listing the names of those who have purchased lots or plots.  Each name has been assigned a location number that can be found on the map and posted in the directory.  Questions can be directed to the Cemetery Board Officers: President, Dave Reth   563-379-3699  Secretary,  Carol Jebens  563-922-2505 Treasurer, Judy Schnittjer at 563-920-7896

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