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Georgetown Organizations

The following is a directory of civic organizations in town. There are some blanks to be filled in, if you belong to one of these organizations and can provide the information please email us. We are also still adding organizations and once again if you have information to add please email us.

 

Boy Scout Troop 50

Purpose of organization: A fun and educational program for boys 11 to 18 years of age building outdoor and leadership skills.

Troop Leader: Kevin McGrath

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Web site: www.troop50georgetown.com

Email address: kmcgrath5463@yahoo.com

Membership requirements: Boys between 11 and 18 years of age, application and a small fee.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): Saint Mary's Church

 

Boy Scout Troop 51

Purpose of organization: A fun and educational program for boys 11 to 18 years of age building outdoor and leadership skills.

Troop Leader: Chris Fraser

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Email address: cm.fraser@verizon.net

Membership requirements: Boys between 11 and 18 years of age, application and a small fee.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): First Congregational Church

 

Boy Scout Troop 254

Purpose of organization: A fun and educational program for boys 11 to 18 years of age building outdoor and leadership skills.

Troop Leader: Mark Favazza

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Email address: Mark_Favazza@waters.com

Membership requirements: Boys between 11 and 18 years of age, application and a small fee.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

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Country Gardeners Georgetown

Purpose of organization: To encourage and cultivate an interest in gardening, to aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources, to encourage the study of horticulture and arranging and to promote civic beauty.

President: Margo Maione

Mailing address: 28 Web rd.

Phone number: Membership Chairperson Karen Cummings (978) 769-5259

Email address: countrygardenersgeorgetown@live.com

Membership requirements: Attend a meeting and then submit an application to the Membership Chairperson. A letter of recommendation from a current member is suggested to accompany the application.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): 4th Monday of every month September-June at the First Congregational Church, 7 Andover St., Georgetown.

 

Cub Scout Pack 50

Purpose of organization: A fun and educational program for boys entering first through fifth grade.
Leadership: Cub Master, Mike Bonia, Committee Chairs, Blair Cochran & Matt Senko
Mailing address: 155 Elm St Georgetown, MA, 01833
Phone number: (978) 781-9843
Web site: http://www.coolcubs.com/georgetown50
Email address: pack50georgetown@gmail.com
Membership requirements: Submit an application and pay a small fee
Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes
Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): 3rd Thursday of the month at Penn Brook

 

Erie 4

Purpose of organization: Established in 1854, the Erie Fire Association provides fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services as part of the Georgetown Fire Department. Erie 4 owns and operates it's own station, as well as the two fire engines housed at it's North Street location.

President : Donna Clough

Mailing address: P.O. Box 133, Georgetown, MA 01833

Phone number: 978-352-5766

Web site: www.erie4.org (Find us on Facebook!)

Email address: Treasurer: Treasurer@erie4.org

Membership requirements: 18 years and older, active participant, and small membership fee

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): No

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): Erie 4 Fire Station, First Monday of the month @ 7pm

 

Friends of the Georgetown Peabody Library

Purpose of organization: Support and cooperate with the library in developing library services and facilities for the community, and to stimulate public support and community involvement on behalf of the library.

Mailing address: Georgetown Peabody Library, 2 Maple Street, Georgetown, MA 01833

Web site: www.georgetownpl.org

Email address: georgetownfol@gmail.com

Membership requirements: Annual membership fee (proceeds support library programs) Individuals $10.00; family $15.00; seniors $5.00.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): No

Meetings location, day and time: Georgetown Library, first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm (except for July). Members are welcome.

 

Georgetown All Sports Boosters

Purpose of organization: To provide support to all GMHS sports programs through fundraising and activities.

Co-Presidents: Evelyne Chickering

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Web site: There is a link to the Georgetown All Sports Boosters on the GMHS home website

Email address: evchickering@verizon.net

Membership requirements: Interest in supporting GMHS athletic teams. It is not necessary to have a child/children in GMHS.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): 2nd Wed. of the month in the GMHS Heath Classroom

 

Georgetown Education Foundation (GEF)

Purpose of organization: Fundraising to support science, technology, the arts and innovative teaching in the Georgetown school system.

President: Nasrene Phaneuf

Mailing address: P O Box 58, Georgetown, MA 01833

Phone number: NA

Web site: WWW.GEF-KIDS.COM

Email address: info@gef-kids.com

Membership requirements: Submit a free application that must be approved by the board of directors.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): see the schedule on www.georgetowneducationfoundation.net

 

Georgetown Historical Society

Purpose of organization: The Historical Society presents programs of general historical interest for its members and townspeople throughout the year.

President: Chris Comiskey

Mailing address: PO Box 376, Georgetown, MA 01833

Phone number: None

Web site: www.georgetownhistoricalsociety.com

Email address: info@georgetownhistoricalsociety.com

Membership requirements: Various single or family membership options available online.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): NA

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): NA

 

Georgetown Kiwanis Club

Purpose of organization: A global organization of members of every age who are dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.

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Web site: http://www.facebook.com/georgetownkiwanis

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Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): Keon's at the Black Swan, the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month, 7:00pm

 

Georgetown Mothers Group

Purpose of organization: A social group to meet other local families and coordinate activities for and with our children, from birth to school age.

Group Coordinator: Laura Snyder

For more information: http://www.bigtent.com, select ‘join groups’, then search for Georgetown Mother’s Group.

Membership requirements: You need to live in Georgetown, with one or more children (or expecting).

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): For the safety of our children,  information on meet ups is only available to members

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): Meeting times and places vary

 

Georgetown Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

Purpose of organization: Create, and fund, learning experiences in the schools

President: Jill Shaul

Mailing address: PO Box 170, Georgetown

Phone number:

Web site: www.georgetown-pta.com

Email address: jillshaul@gmail.com

Membership requirements: Fill out the family membership form and pay $15 annual family member dues

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): See the schedule at www.georgetown-pta.com

 

Georgetown Special Education Parent's Advisory Council (SEPAC)

Purpose of organization: Provide support & information relating to Georgetown School District’s special education programs, students rights under federal and Massachusetts special education laws.

Chairperson: Shelby Walker, Esq.

Mailing address: 108 Jackman St Georgetown, MA 01833

Phone number: (978) 352 - 2072

Web site: www.georgetownspedpac.org

Email address: georgetown.spedpac@yahoo.com

Membership requirements: none

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): First Tuesday of the month (unless otherwise noted) at Penn Brook School Library from Sept thru June only.

 

Girl Scouts

Purpose of organization: a fun and educational expiernce for girls age 5 to 18

Daisy - grades k and 1

Brownie- grades 2 and 3

Junior - grades 4 and 5

Cadet - grades 6 through 8

Senior - grades 9 and 10

Ambassador - grades 11 and 12

Local girl scout representative: Elizabeth Lowell

Email address: troop21georgetown@verizon.net

 

Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce

Purpose of organization: The Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce serves the needs of the business community in the greater Newburyport region. The chamber serves more than 800 members in Newburyport, Newbury, Byfield, West Newbury, Salisbury, Amesbury, Georgetown and Rowley. .

President: Ann Ormond

Mailing address: 38 R Merrimac Street, Newburyport, MA 01950

Phone number: 978-462-6680

Web site: www.newburyportchamber.org

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Partners for Georgetown Football

Purpose of organization: Partners for Georgetown Football, Inc. is a non-profit charitable corporation formed to support, promote, and encourage the Georgetown Middle/High School athletic program in order to enrich the experience of the players. Our goal is to provide additional financial and programmatic support through fund raising and community service in order to encourage not only an increased level of participation by prospective football players at the middle and high school levels, but also to provide access to improved playing fields,facilities, and better on-field and off-field player equipment.

President: Carrie Denley

Mailing address: PO Box 897, Georgetown, MA 01833

Phone number:(978) 352-6716

Web site: http://freeteams.net/partnersforgtf/

Email address: carlinedenley@verizon.net

Membership requirements: Open Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): no scheduled meetings

 

Rotary Club of Greater Georgetown

Purpose of organization: Charitable/fraternal organization to aid local communities and communities around the world with credo "Service Above Self".

President: Lisa Collins

Mailing address: P O Box 832, Georgetown, MA 01833

Phone number: 978-352-8881

Web site: www.rcgg.org

Email address: GtownPhoto@comcast.net

Membership requirements: Must be asked to join, must be able to control one’s own calendar and schedule and have the time to serve others.

Meetings open to the public (Yes/No): Yes

Meetings location, day and time (if regular meetings): 7:30 AM, Every Tuesday, Stephanie's Village Pancake House, Rte 1 A and 133, Rowley, MA