The Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company was organized in May of 1928 by a group of men who realized the need for fire protection in the community. Today, the men and women of the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company are just as dedicated to the preservation of life and property as those who started this organization. This past year, the Company responded to 641 emergency calls. Anyone interested in joining our Department may stop by the firehouse any Monday evening between 7-9 p.m. or call 544-8800 and leave a message.

WYF has created a football program focusing on getting as many kids playing football as possible, developing fundamental football skills in a progressive manner, requiring evenly split teams, safety, fairness and healthy competition rather than winning at all costs.

Little League is a non-profit organization whose mission is to "promote, develop, supervise, and voluntarily assist in all lawful ways, the interest of those who will participate in baseball and softball".

Joel Barlows Indoor Track Team was on the verge of shutting down when they approached the LY. Hopefully they are on their way to be recognized as a varsity sport.

WNC is a 149 acre, privately funded preserve nestled in Wilton, CT. WNC welcomes 600+ local children each year to summer camp and nature classes.

COC is a non-profit organization for families with cancer. This local organization provides support servies on all levels for any family dealing with cancer of any kind.

The Pyramid Shriners are dedicated to providing expert medical care to children FREE OF CHARGE.

Located in Wilton, CT, this historical society is dedicated to helping our local community:

  1. Discover its past
  2. Enlighten the present
  3. Enrich the future
  4. Enjoy our heritage

Well above our goal of $2000 and it has allowed the Ridgefield Parks & Recreation folks to do even more extensive drainage and updates to this dog haven in Ridgefield.

These brave soldiers based in Afghanistan are in need of basic supplies. Please bring your items to the Lumberyard Pub for distribution thruout the holiday season. If you would like to contribute money, we are raising funds to buy these guys solar showers as they have none.

The Joel Barlow PTSA has sponsored the Post Prom Party for the past 21 years to provide a safe, chaperoned, alchohol free alternative to other activities. Money is needed to provide entertainment for over 450 students. It is a wonderful and memorable event for Joel Barlow students and the Lumberyard Pub is proud to help them raise all the funds they need.

Former Waltham resident Kevin McLellan and his wife Karin have taken a horrific tragedy and are turned it into something positive.  Their 15yr old son Tyler was killed in a “Angel Flight” plane crash inTampa in 2008.  Just days afterTyler’s death, the McLellan’s started the Tyler McLellan Foundation a 501 (c) 3 non profit organization.  The foundation is geared towards rewarding perseverance and not allowing a family’s finances to hold players back.   For more information call:  Kevin McLellan (561) 215-3717

The Mid-Fairfield AIDS Project (MFAP) was founded in 1987 by individuals from a variety of local organizations in cooperation with the Norwalk Health Dept. and Norwalk Hospital as an initial response to HIV/AIDS.

Odyssey of the Mind Trip to Iowa