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Community Organizations

Lovell Historical Society--

The Lovell Historical Society, founded in 1974, collects and preserves historical and genealogical records, property and artifacts, and encourages and supports interest in, and study of, the history of the town of Lovell, Maine. The Society is located in the historic 1839 Kimball-Stanford House on Route 5 in Lovell across from the Lake Kezar Country Club. This building is the repository for our museum and research center.

Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library--

The Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library, located in Lovell Village,is a private library with a public mission. In addition to a large printed and audio book collection, the library serves as a educational and cultural center for all ages, sponsors numerous public programs and is the primary gateway for many to the global information network. Library cards are free to residents and taxpayers of the local towns.

Lovell Recreation Department--

Lovell Rec prides itself on having quality programs run by quality people. In winter we ski, wrestle, play basketball and hold special events like the winter carnival. Spring is prime time for baseball. Summer sportsinclude swimming, tennis, and golf as well as pick up games for soccer and baseball. Fall has all the kids kicking with soccer and the adults kicking with low impact aerobics.

Lovell Neighborhood Watch--

A group of Lovell citizens formed the Neighborhood Crime Watch Program to increase awareness of any neighborhood crime and to provide information about residential security so that their homes can me made more secure. Meetings, with guest speakers, are held on a monthly basis.

Kezar Lake Watershed Association--

Nestled into the foothills of the White Mountains, stretching nine miles from north to south and covering a total of 2,510 acres, Kezar Lake is one of the region's natural treasures. Kezar Lake Watershed Association is deciated to protecting the Kezar Lake watershed for the enjoyment of future generations. Please join us in the crucial work of preserving this precious natural resource.

Greater Lovell Land Trust--

The Greater Lovell Land Trust (GLLT) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit land conservation organization established in 1985 to: "Protect the ecosystems of the Kezar Lake and adjacent watersheds by promoting an appreciation of natural resources and responsible preservation, conservation, stewardship, development and public policy." Our mission seeks to permantly protect for all the lands and waters that define our communities and enrich our quality of life.

Lewis Dana Memorial Library--

The Lewis Dana Memorial Library, located at 2079 Main Street in North Lovell,serves the surrounding community, including Stoneham. With a current collection greater than 8,400 volumes, this library circulates more than 1,000 items each year. 207-928-2301

The Lovell Brick Church for the Performing Arts--

The goal of the Brick Church for the Performing Arts is to preserve and protect the structure of the historic building and to develop appropriate programs, events and activities that will benefit the Lovell community.