Clubs to Join in Plymouth
Address: 245 Main Street Terryville, CT 06786
Address: 366 Main Street - Rt. 6 Terryville, CT 06786
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 538 Thomaston, CT 06787
The Mission Statement of Animal Rescue Foundation, when humanely and financially feasible is:
- To rescue, house, feed, clean and medicate stray, abandoned, injured, neglected and abused dogs, cats, puppies and kittens; spay and neuter when feasible (considering age and physical condition of the animal); rehabilitate the animals and find suitable, caring, permanent homes for them.
- To be and remain a non-destroy organization where animals accepted into the shelter by ARF will remain the sole responsibility of ARF.
- To prevent cruelty to, and to promote the humane treatment of animals.
- To assist individuals with problems concerning animals.
- Raising funds to support the work of the organization.
- To guide the public in human and proper care of animals.
Phone: (860) 965-8869 Rob Reed
Meetings: Wednesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. September through May, at the Terryville Congregational Church.
Address: 238 Main Street Terryville, CT 06786
Web Site: http://www.terryvillepl.info/friends.html
President and Contact: Cathy Paskus
Meetings: Monthly, second Monday, 6:30 p.m. in the Terryville Public Library Community Room.
The Friends is a voluntary, nonprofit group of interested citizens whose purpose is to enhance the value of the library to the community. To accomplish this, the Friendsundertake projects to publicize the library and underwrite the cost of speakers, events, and useful, special library materials. They focus on projects that lie outside the scope of the library's budget.
Check out the Friends of the Library "Booktique" book sale at 244 Main Street, Terryville (next to the Terryville Public Library). It is held on the third Saturday of every month from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Girl Scouts of Connecticut Office, Hartford Service Center Headquarters
Address: 340 Washington Street Hartford, CT 06106
Girl Scouts, Connecticut Trails Council
Address: 171 Grandview Avenue, Suite 102 Waterbury, CT 06708
Web Site: www.gsofct.org
Mission: Girl Scouting helps build girls with courage, confidence, and character who then make the world a better place.
Contact: Michael Ganem, President
Address: P.O. Box 335 Terryville, CT 06786
Submit activities for display on the Baldwin Park sign here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note their Policies for posting events.
First Friday of the month at 8:00 a.m., Thomaston Savings Bank in Terryville (NO meeting in July.)
An affiliate of the Greater Bristol Chamber of Commerce, the Plymouth Chamber has focused its energies in improving the Plymouth and Terryville retail districts and the business park. The local Chamber coordinates with the Economic Development Commission in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the Town's business sector. The Chamber provides a forum for business issues and meets regularly with town staff to enhance the economic climate of Plymouth.
Address: 39 Gosinski Park Terryville, CT 06786
Contacts: Helena Schwalm 860-589-7837
Plymouth Grange has merged with Whigville Grange #48. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Whigville Grange Hall. Click for directions.
Family and Agriculture organization. Meetings are open to all and is non-denominational.
Address: 572 Main Street, PO Box 176, Plymouth, CT 06782
President: Matt Malley
Town Historian: Judith Giguere, EMail: email@example.com
Hours: by appointment
Last Saturday of the month at 1:00 p.m., 572 Main Street, Plymouth CT.
Preserves the Town of Plymouth's historic heritage, including such items as buildings, documents, art, etc. Supports Plymouth Educational Programs. For Genealogy requests contact the Town Historian.
Visit their website: www.plymouthlandtrust.org
The Plymouth Land Trust is a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization whose mission is to protect open space in Plymouth for it's scenic, scientific, historic, conservation, and agricultural values.
Address: P.O. Box 111 Pequabuck, CT 06781
Helen Nejfelt, Chapter Coordinator PPOA
Karen Pio, President GBPOA
Meetings: Usually every third Thursday, 7:00 p.m. at the Bristol City Hall, N. Main St., Bristol
Motto: "Our main goal is to equalize landlord / tenant laws through active participation in our communities and bring about a greater comprehension of the business of rental housing."
The Plymouth Property Owners Association is a subsidiary of the Greater Bristol Property Owners Association (GBPOA). Their goals as a nonprofit organization are to inform and educate communities on property, landlord, and tenant issues. They work diligently to preserve all housing to the degree that they would like all properties in our communities maintained and to encourage local rental residents to be responsible citizens. Income property owners need the community's understanding and support to gain a better chance at legally controlling their investment in order to preserve quality housing and neighborhoods. There is no better way to do that than to insist on responsibility of citizens, whether owners or renters.
General membership meetings are combined with GBPOA's and held at the Bristol City Hall, North Main Street, Bristol, usually on the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
St. Casimir Church & Immaculate Conception Church
Address: 19 Allen Street Terryville, CT 06786
Web Address: www.parish4u.info
Meetings: Second Monday Evening of the month, 7:00 p.m. Second Wednesday Morning of the month, 10:00 a.m. Held at the Lyceum, 181 Main Street, Terryville, CT
Purpose: Whether they are called "Prayer Shawls", "Comfort Shawls" or Afghans, the knitters/crocheters begin each shawl with a prayer and blessing for the recipient. When the shawl is completed a final prayer is offered before it's sent on its way. These shawls are meant to be given away unconditionally and NOT sold for profit. Many blessings are knitted/crocheted into every shawl.
Some of the uses for the shawls are the birth of a baby, Christening, bridal shower gift, a comfort after a loss, prayer or meditation, during an illness and recovery, or a special birthday. There are endless possibilities.
The shawl is a beautiful symbolic gift of a loving God.
Address: 19 Allen Street Terryville, CT 06786
Web Address: www.parish4u.info
President and Contact people:
Carol Lajewski, President
Linda Kazmierski, Vice President
Dorine Tennant, Secretary
Agnes Murawski, Financial Secretary
Gene Pyrzenski, Treasurer
Meetings: Held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7:00 p.m. at the Lyceum, 181 Main Street, Terryville. (No meetings February, June, July and August) May - Lourdes; December - Christmas Party. Recite Rosary second Sunday of the month after 9:30 a.m. Mass. See their website for a complete list of activities.
Founded July 1, 1908. The purpose of the Rosary Society is to promote devotion, prayer and love to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Work for the glory and honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Pray and do good deeds for St. Casimir Church.
Address: P.O. Box 422 Terryville, CT 06786
Web Address: www.terryvillectrotary.org/home
Contact Person: Jim Klaneski, President 2016-2017
The Rotary Club meets every Wednesday morning at 8:00 a.m. at Eagle's Nest Family Restaurant, 163 Main Street in Terryville. Through fundraiser's the club is able to provide scholarships for college bound students, senior citizen bus trips, choose a Rotary Student of the Month from 6th through 12th grade as well as make donations to other local organizations.
New members are always welcome. If you are interested in becoming a member, please call or join the club for lunch.
President and Contacts:
Karen Gillespie Saccu, President
Teri Pulaski, Vice President
Joan Cook, Secretary
Beverly Hoadley, Treasurer/Financial Secretary
Meetings: Held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, 7:00 p.m. at the Lyceum, 181 Main Street, Terryville. (No meetings January, February, May, June, July, August, and December) May - Lourdes; June - Picnic; December - Christmas Party. See website for a complete list of activities.
Founded in 1948. The purpose of the Women's Guild is to foster greater devotion to the Blessed Mother, to be active in and work for the betterment of St. Casimir Church, its members and the community. To promote closer relationship among the members and maintain loyalty to our American Constitution.
Address: 21 Grove Street, Terryville, CT 06786
Online Contact: sites.google.com/site/terryvillefishandgame/contact-us
Web Address: www.terryvillefishandgame.org
The Terryville Fish and Game club is a Member owned Club, meaning all members are equal partners. Their property is located in Terryville with fronting on Harwinton Ave. and Bemis St. It consists of two ponds - Upper Pond with 5.6 acres, Middle Pond with 13.4 acres and 14.16 acres of surrounding, mostly wooded land making a total of 33.16 acres. The clubhouse is located on Grove St. It consists of a small hall with a large fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen.
Their annual functions include:
January - Members only holiday party.
January - Casino Bus Trip, open to the public.
January/February - Game Dinner, open to the public.
February- Ice Fishing Derby, open to the public.
March - Ham Shoot, open to the public.
March/April - Trout Fishing Derby (One week before State) Members Only.
May - Children's fishing derby. Member sponsored kids only.
June/July - Casino Bus Trip, open to the public.
August - Terryville Fair Booth & Raffle.
September - Roast Beef Dinner, open to the public.
November - Turkey Shoot, open to the public.
December - Casino Bus Trip, open to the public.
The Board of Managers meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Anyone who wishes to join must attend this meeting. Joining fees are currently $100.00, which includes first year dues. At this time, yearly dues are $60.00. Members monthly meeting is held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
For more information, please visit their website.
Address: PO Box 72, Terryville, CT 06786
Terryville Lions Club Web Address: www.terryvillelions.org
Terryville Fair Web Address: www.terryvillefair.org
Terryville Fairgrounds Web Address (All non-fair events): www.terryvillefairgrounds.com
President: Susan Boilard
Membership Chair: Cathy Paskus
Service organization with projects supporting activities on a local and international level. Locally each year the Terryville Lions Club awards two four-year scholarships to high school graduates; Provides sponsorship to Boys and Girls State; Sponsors various youth league teams, including soccer, Little League, Softball, Babe Ruth and American Legion; Contributes to eye research, hearing, and diabetes causes; provides eye examinations and glasses to the needy; Supports organizations such as the Ambulance Corps, Public Library, Lock Museum, Recreation facilities, and school activities/projects.
Regular dinner (general membership) meetings are the 2nd and the 4th Tuesdays of the month. They are usually held at the Terryville Fairgrounds. As the weather gets colder, the meetings are held elsewhere. If you are interested in attending, please call to confirm meeting place.
Address: PO Box 191 Terryville, CT 06786
Web Address: www.eteamz.com/tpll
League Contact Information:
Dan Gilbert – President
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Main – Vice President
Amber Phillips – Vice President Softball
Terryville Plymouth Little League (TPLL), a member of the national Little League Baseball organization, offers baseball and softball programs for boys and girls ages 5-12. Divisions include Majors for ages 9-12, AAA for ages 8-11, AA, A and T-ball. In addition, TPLL offers a softball program including Major and Minor league divisions. TPLL provides programs for Plymouth’s youth in both the spring and fall seasons.
Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Little League complex, South Eagle Street, Terryville. Meetings are held at 7:00PM each month and at 8:00PM during the May and June playing season. Guests and parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information, visit the TPLL website or contact a league member at the above emails.
Officers and Contact people:
Chris Beauchemin, President
Jason Fernet, Vice President
Becky Zappone, Treasurer
Kim Hotchkiss, Secretary
The Terryville Youth Soccer Club (TYSC) is a 100% volunteer non-profit 501 c (3) organization which organizes developmental (in-town) and travel team (Division 1, Division 2 and State League) soccer programs for Plymouth's youth during the spring and fall seasons.
TYSC offers soccer programs for boys and girls ages 4 - 19. There are between 200 to 300 players with travel teams beginning at the U9, or under age 9 level. TYSC is a member club of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA) and United States Youth Soccer. Other events the club sponsors are the annual pizza party at the Terryville High School, a "Score on the Goalie" booth at the Terryville Fair, 3 v 3 Columbus Day games, and participates in the town Memorial Day Parade.
TYSC board meetings are held at Plymouth Town Hall in the Senior Lounge on the second Wednesday of each month from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Mary Talge, President
Jeanne Waselesky, Secretary
Meetings: On the 2nd Tuesday of each month, September through May, in the Thomaston Savings Bank Community Room, 7:30 p.m. Guests are welcome.
A civic/community organization meeting monthly for friendship, informative programs and to help the community through scholarships to graduating senior girls. Sponsors the "Good News" newspaper to two elementary classes in the Plymouth/Terryville school system. Funds necessary for sponsorships and academic awards are raised through our annual Craft Fair in Baldwin Park in early June and through several minor fund raisers throughout the year.
c/o Central Connecticut Regional Planning Agency (CCRPA)
Address: 225 North Main Street, Suite 304 Bristol, CT 06010
Web Address: www.ccrpa.org
Contact person: Ken Shooshan-Stoller, Senior Planner
Meetings: Held the third Tuesday of every month at 9:00 a.m. at CCRPA, 225 North Main Street, Suite 304, Bristol, CT.
WIN is a coalition of 15 local and regional organizations working for the protection, preservation and promotion of the Pequabuck River and its watershed.