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P.O. Box 1552, Groton, CT 06340.
APLS is a Chapter of the American Lighthouse Foundation (ALF) in Well's ME, and most of the Steering Committee also belong to the New England Lighthouse Lovers (NELL) as well.
The Steering Committee of the Avery Point Lighthouse Society (APLS) meets as necessary to resolve any Issues in the restoration of the Avery Point Lighthouse.APLS is a Chapter of the American Lighthouse Foundation (ALF) in Well's ME
The mission of the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern CT is to create and maintain a positive business climate that meets the needs of our members by supporting economic development and growth in the region. The Chamber of Commerce maintains divisions to specifically address the varying needs of their service area. Our Ledyard Division is a group of Chamber member businessmen and women who live or ...more details
The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut is a collaborative of business and community leaders dedicated to securing and enhancing the economic vitality of eastern Connecticut. The chamber works to create value for its members and the region by providing forums for business networking, leadership and discussions of issues that affect the region; providing opportunities for members to
Pack 55, Sponsored by Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Gales Ferry is looking for 1st grade (tiger cubs) through 5th grade (webelos) for fun and adventure throughout our region. We have a very active Pack within a great region for discovery and other Scout functions. A new Tiger Cub Den has just started. Come to our Pack meetings the 3rd Thurs. of the month at Our Lady of Lourdes at 6:30 in the evening and join in the fun.
Eastern CT Sozo is part of an international network of ministry teams. The primary aim of a Sozo session is to heal emotional wounds and set people free from the guilt and shame of sin. Our perception of who God really is can be skewed by so many things. A Sozo session will help clean out the junk that keeps us from an intimate connection with God and from fulfilling our life purpose.
The GFCC seeks active volunteers for the board of the center. Any Ledyard resident is invited to apply. "The center is a nonprofit agency and an intricate part of the community, servicing the elderly, youth, people with special needs and the community at large, by providing education, socialization and companionship, reinforcing family relationships and personal growth. The GFCC takes pride in having it's hand on the pulse of the community and rising to it's needs." contact Betty at 464-7765.
18 Hurlbutt Rd Gales Ferry, Ct.
GALES FERRY KARATE
If you are tired of spening half you paycheck on Karate Classes. Come and join us. We teach traditional Martial Arts at a reasonable price.
Shihan Palko is holds a 6th Degree Black Belt in AIMA Shotokai-Karate-Jitsu, He holds Safety Training Certification at the Sensei and Shihan Level. He also has had Baccheloriate Level training in Workforce and Adult ...more details
Chief Richard Weiss
1772 Route 12 Gales Ferry.
The Gales Ferry Volunteer Fire Company has been helping our neighbors in need since 1942. We have immediate openings for volunteers as firefighters, emergency medical technicians, fire police and apparatus driver/operators. Please check out the member section of our website for membership information or stop by the station any Thursday evening to meet our dedicated volunteer force.
c/o 909 Colonel Ledyard highway.
Girl Scouts in open to all girls ages 5-18 or Kindergarten through 12th grade. Yearly registration is $10 and financial aid is available. Monthly Leader meetings are the first Thursday of every month at 7 pm. at Saint David's Church in Gales Ferry. Leadership positions are available, and anyone interested is welcome at the monthly meetings. Please call Carol Christiansen at 464-9814 for information on a troop in your area.
GRACEFest is an outdoor Christian music festival held in Ledyard, CT every summer. The fifth annual GRACEFest is planned for 19 July 2008 at Ledyard Fairgrounds. Musicians, crafters, ministries, speakers and others are combining their resources and talents to put on this amazing celebration. There is something for people of all ages so bring the whole family.
Make new friends for you and your young children. No fees - just trade babysitting time with other stay at home moms. Get together for playgroups and outings, too! Please call Andrea Montgomery at 381-5208 to attend an informational meeting and playgroup
Ledyard Citizens for Education (LCE) is a non-partisan political action committee that provides accurate and timely information about education issues to town residents so that they may make informed choices. Volunteers attend Board of Education, Town Council and Finance Committee meetings to gather information. Meeting minutes are then e-mailed to LCE members. LCE invites all members of the ...more details
The mission of LEAF is to marshal the community's resources in support of educational programs that promote excellence and enhance student achievement in Ledyard Public Schools. LEAF solicits donations from individuals and organizations and disburses these funds to teachers and schools to support programs that will enhance teaching and learning. The grants are also intended to mitigate the impact ...more details
Ledyard Fair is a non-profit organization that hosts several events during the year. These events include the Annual Egg Hunt, Parade of Lights and Carol Sing, and the Ledyard Fair. Additionally the fairgrounds are utilized by various groups in town.
If you are interested in volunteering or even just have a suggestion or question, feel free to attend our monthly meetings at the Morgan Barn. Meetings are held on the thrid Tuesday of the month at 8 pm.
737 Colonel Ledyard Highway; Po Box 47 (Mailing Address).
We are always looking for members to be Firefighters, EMTs and Fire Police, visit our website or stop in to visit for more information. We hold monthly meetings on the first Thursday of the month and trainings every other Thursday
HI THERE, I'VE BEEN A MEMBER OF THE COMPANY SINCE MAR.1979. RETIRED IN 1995. I'VE SERVED AS A LIEUTENANT,ASST. ENGINEER AND CHEIF ENGINEER. I'M STILL A DUES PAYING/SOCIAL MEMBER. MEETING/DRILL NIGHT IS ON THURSDAYS.
The Ledyard Garden Club meets the first Monday of each month (excluding July & August) at 7:00 PM at the Ledyard Senior Center. Membership is open to the public and prospective members may attend any of the meetings at the Senior Center.
Meets 4 times a year in October, December, March, and May at the Congregational Church. Also hosts special events at the 1793 Nathan Lester House which is open to the public Memorial Day to Labor Day on Tues, Thurs, Sat, and Sunday afternoons.
4 Baron Court.
Gales Ferry, CT 06335 860-464-2653
The Republican Town Committee meetings are held on the second Monday of every month at the Town Hall Annex. The Republican Town Committee is a state chartered committee that represents Republicans in Ledyard. It is active in promoting a vision for our town and excellence in choosing candidates for appointed and elected office.
Your interest may lead you to become a member of the committee or to volunteer to serve on the numerous Town Boards and Commissions.
PO Box 164 Gales Ferry CT.
Ledyard Women's Club The LWC wants all Ledyard and Gales Ferry women to come join the fun! Our mission is: Making Meaningful and Visible Contributions to the Ledyard Community and our motto is: Friendship though Service. Members attend a meeting once a month and can participate in as many or as few activities as they choose! We offer bowling nights, BUNKO games, and many social ...more details
This is a playgroup that meets once a week and is absolutely free. We also have a once a month MOms Night Out and a book club. If you are interested in joining, visit our website and apply for memebership, or contact Laurie at email@example.com. . Thank you.
7 Chapman Lane Gales Ferry.
Moms Club of Mystic services Ledyard, Mystic and Groton. We are a non profit organization that provides support for stay at home Moms. We offer play groups, Moms Night Out, field trips, informational speakers and much more. Come to one of our business meetings on the first Thursday of every month. We meet at 9:30 in the Groton public library. Children are always welcomed.
We are in need of Ledyard Service Unit volunteers. The Service Unit consists of a committee of volunteers that are familiar with the area services in Ledyard. The Ledyard Service Unit maintains a year-round program of service designed to assist in meeting emergency and supplementary needs of individuals and families. This is done in conjunction with a volunteer from the Ledyard Social Services ...more details