Lyme Organizations & Services Directory

Community Organizations



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American Legion Post #80
Sean O'Keefe, Commander
A volunteer veteran organization committed to mentoring youth and sponsoring programs in our community for recovery of wounded warriors and their families.
(603) 795-0603
legion.org
Boy Scout Troop #0273/Sunapee District
Vanessa & Hugh O'Donnell, Jr
Scouting provides opportunities for building character, citizenship, leadership and personal fitness.

Boy Scout Activities for boys 11-17 years of age. Cub Scouts activities for boys 7-10 years of age.

(802) 333-4797
scouting.org
CommunityCare of Lyme
Patty Jenks, Director
Promotes and supports community programs (among the churches and volunteer groups) to encourage resident's healthy, safe, socially engaged lives they choose, regardless of age or ability to pay.
(603) 795-0603
cclyme.org
FAST Squad
Lisa Rayes, Captain
Provides pre-hospital emergency care to anyone in Lyme who has called 911 for a medical emergency - accident or illness.

Trained volunteers are on-call 24/7 with mutual aid from Hanover and other communities.

(907) 770-1990
lymenh.gov
Girl Scouts/Brownie Troop #30175
Yolanda Bujarski
Provides girls opportunities for building character, citizenship, leadership, and personal fitness.

Meetings are at the Lyme Congregational Church from 3:30-5:30 PM on Wednesdays.

(603) 795-4622
The center is open five days a week with a full schedule including exercise classes, health clinics, activities, lectures, movies, lunches and trips.

Exercise classes include: strength, balance, stretching, cardio vascular, Zumba Gold and chair exercises

Activities include: ceramics, book group, bridge, knitting

For the monthly calendar and newsletter, visit the center's website.

(603) 643-5531
(603) 640-5304
Kids for Hire
Lyme School
8th grade Lyme School students earn money for their Washington trip by stacking wood, other yard work, and home projects needing extra hands.
(603) 795-2125
Lyme Congregational Church
The Lyme Congregational Church is an Open and Affirming community of the United Church of Christ (UCC), in the heart of lovely Lyme, New Hampshire.

Inspired by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, we honor our more than two hundred year history, as we embrace and encourage new ways of worship, fellowship and service.

(603) 795-2850
Lyme Gardeners
An informal group of residents of Lyme and surrounding communities who are interested in gardening and plants in general. There primary activity is visiting each other's gardens.

Now in its 14th year, Lyme Gardeners is open to all who enjoy visiting and talking about gardens. Pardon My Garden visits are usually weekly, on Tuesdays from 6-7:30, from early spring into the fall. Hosts may be just beginning or experienced, all sharing a love and enthusiasm for gardening.

Lyme Historians
An organization of volunteers assists in the documentation, exhibit and education on the history of Lyme.
(603) 795-2508
Lyme School Parent Teacher Organization
Yolanda Bujarski
PTO goal is to enrich the school community. Volunteers help with annual events, programs and fundraisers.
(603) 795-2125
Lyme Volunteer Fire Dept.
Mike Mundy, Chief
Provides emergency response for fires and medical incidents to anyone in Lyme who has called 911.

Trained volunteers are on-call 24/7 with mutual aid from Hanover and other communities.

(603) 795-2253
lymenh.gov
Orford Senior Center
Jessica Aiken-Hall, Coordinator
The center serves the residents of Orford and Lyme with Tuesday activities preceding
a lunch.

Typically exercise programs followed by live music, starting at 10:30 a.m.

The senior center will also arrange for meals to be delivered to your home Monday
through Friday. (The center is part of the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council.)

(603) 353-9107
(603) 353-9403
Pearl Dimick Fund
Jennifer Schiffman and Kathy Sherrieb
The Pearl Dimick Fund provides emergency financial assistance for Lyme residents. The Dorcas Chaffee Fund provides emergency financial assistance for former Lyme residents who have maintained significant contacts with the community.

A committee representing the town's churches, school, and other support services reviews requests to provide short-term emergency funds for individuals and families. All requests are confidential.

(603) 795-4839
(603) 795-2831
SouperCare and VegiCare
Dayle Mason
Provides and delivers soup to neighbors in need of love and support; and vegetables to Lyme residents in need and folks at Pathways facility.
(603) 795-4346
(603) 795-2074
Those Guys
Kevin Rhoads
Assist local residents with transportation to medical appointments, minor household repairs, yard work, etc.

Meet 1st Wed of the month at 6:30am at the Lyme Congregational Church for breakfast.

See separate listing for Those Guys Party Tent Rentals.

Those Guys Request dispatch:

The (603) 727-8105 number is good for calls or texts.

Contact by e-mail: Pleas put "Those Guys Request" in the subject line, it makes it much easier to spot requests that are often time-sensitive.

(603) 795-4417
(603) 727-8105
Those Guys Party Tent Rentals
Garry Thrasher
Provides tents (2--20' x 40') which includes set up and take down for rental fee. Fees support community activities.
(603) 795-4590
Welcoming New Neighbors, CommunityCare of Lyme
Sarah Shipton, Program Director
Provides introductions to Lyme to new residents.
(603) 795-0603
cclyme.org
Women’s Fellowship of Lyme Congregational Church
Lyme Congregational Church
Support various activities in the church.
(603) 795-2850

We are pleased to make this valuable resource* available. Feedback, corrections, and additions are welcome. All listings have been recommended Lyme residents or are Lyme residents. CCL updates the list as a community service, but we do not endorse any particular contractors. A printable version will be updated periodically. For additions or corrections, contact us.

*The Lyme Contractor and Service Providers listing that is the basis of this directory was initiated by former Lyme neighbor, Jess Lahey. For years, she updated and shared the listing, based on listserv posts about individuals and local businesses serving Lyme residents. Thank you, Jess!