The Bridgton Community Center

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A study of data from the Americans Changing Lives survey found that those who volunteered reported higher levels of happiness, life-satisfaction, self-esteem, a sense of control over life, and physical health, as well as lower levels of depression. Help us contribute to the community!

Volunteer testimonials

"I enjoy the people I volunteer with and also the people we serve. It gives me a lot of satisfaction to continue to serve, going on 5 years." Roy St. Clair, Senior Lunch Volunteer

"The Community Center should be helped by the community it serves.  I try to do my share a little at a time.  It gets me out of the house and I see a lot of people that I know.  BCC can't be replaced." Allen Curtis, Senior Lunch, Community Kettle Dinner and Special Event Volunteer

"Believing in helping others has been a way of life for me.  I have been in many organizations believe in helping the community and its people." Edwin Wright, Senior Lunch, Community Kettle Dinner, Kids Summer Lunch Program, Cribbage and Mah Jongg player

I founded Helping Hands as a branch of missions for my church.  I enjoy helping people and the people I work with are great." Peter Halloway, Senior Lunch Dishwasher


15 Depot St,
Bridgton, ME 04009

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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the word: indeed it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead.

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About US

The Center is staffed Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and available at other by appointment. The BCC is a 501c(3) not for profit organization.

The Bridgton Community Center matters because it serves as a hub in the downtown, a free and open place for young and old to gather, to do things, to solve problems, to share and be valued. All of this matters because we need a reason and place to be together.

darcey pomerleau

Executive Director

phil tarr

Board of directors

Marcia sullivan

Board of directors

KeLLey Skillin-smith

Board of directors

roger Lowell

Board of directors

We are currently looking for new board members!

if interested, please contact us

Elizabeth Mccrary