Welcome to our PPCC Website
The Pikes Peak Community Club (PPCC) is a non-profit community support organization located in Divide, Colorado.
PPCC was formed in 1928 by ranchers and farmers in Teller County, Colorado for social activities and mutual support. Today we are a registered 501(c)3 non-profit group of citizens supporting the local area.
The PPCC has a Board of Directors, three trustees, and regular members. Currently, business meetings are held on the second Thursday of each quarter (Jan, Apr, July, and Oct). Meetings are held at the PPCC Hall beginning at 6:30 PM with a pot-luck meal and followed by the business meeting. New members are always welcome. Membership is $10 per family, per year. Contact us concerning membership or just come to a meeting. View the PPCC Membership Form here.
We own one resource, the PPCC building (the Hall) which is available for events. Hall rental is our primary source of income. We strive to keep the cost for use of the Hall to a minimum. But we need to cover operating costs (utilities, maintenance of this historic structure, insurance, etc.).
Location and Information
The Hall is located on the south-east corner of US Hwy 24 and Colorado State Hwy 67 in Divide - the main cross roads of Teller County.
Lat / Lon coordinates for the GPS or mapping savvy: 38.941491,-105.156338
For a satellite view of our location on Google Maps.
Access is only available from east-bound Hwy 24 / 67. Left-turns are not possible from west-bound US Hwy 24. If coming from the east (Woodland Park or Colorado Springs), proceed to the traffic light at the junction of US Hwy 24 and State Hwy 67 and make a U-turn.
Physical Address: 11122 US Highway 24 Divide, CO
Postal Address: P O Box 215 Divide, CO 80814
For information or to request use of the PPCC Hall, call Mike at (719) 331-2338.