Welcome to the Hill Spouses’ Club. We are a non-profit private organization at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Whether you're new to Hill or new to the club--we invite you to join us!
We are here to empower every spouse. No matter where you are in your journey, whether new to the military or a retiree or spouse of a DOD civilian, we welcome everyone. We love to plan numerous events to provide a social atmosphere that enables spouses to get to know one another and help with transitions to Hill AFB. Another major focus of the club is supporting the base and our community through charitable work and donations.
As our main goal is to provide support, we are not requiring fees to become a member at this time. Every month, we are hosting several mini-clubs for spouses. We will also be hosting larger events throughout the year which are open to all.
Take a look at our Facebook group or website calendar to see if you are interested in joining us. If you have any questions and would like to reach out, send a note and someone will be in touch with you. We’d love for you to give us a try!
Reasons to Become a Member
As a club, we hold monthly mini-clubs to help the community as well as provide support socially and emotionally to spouses of Team Hill. Our activities are great opportunities to make new friends, enjoy new activities, and most importantly to feel connected to something bigger than ourselves. The spouses club is unique in that we are able to connect with other people who understand how unique this life can be. Our mini-clubs provide a smaller group setting to get to know others over a common interest, such as playing bunco, discussing a book, or hiking the beauty of Utah.
AFI 34-223 requires that all HSC members be notified of personal financial liability for the obligations of the HSC. Hill Spouses’ Club Constitution Article IX – Dissolution: in case of dissolution of the organization, whatever funds are contained in the treasury at the time will be used to satisfy any outstanding debts, liabilities, or obligations. The balance of the funds and assets will be disposed of as determined by the membership. Members are jointly and severally liable for the obligations of the HSC.