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  • Altrusa of Carroll County
    Altrusa is an international organization who serves local communities through local clubs. Literacy and women's issues are a top priority.

    Contact Information:
    Cathy Baybutt
    PO Box 202
    Tamworth, NH 03886
  • Arts Council of Tamworth
    Enriches the lives of the people of Tamworth and surrounding communities by exposure to the diverse arts.
  • Bearcamp Valley Garden Club
    Promotes interest in gardening and horticulture, good conservation practices and an attractive community.
  • Bearcamp Valley Sportsmen's Club
    Promotes hunting, fishing and outdoor activities; provides a safe shooting range.
  • Boy Scout Troop 151, Daniel Webster Council
    To install values in boys ages 10 1/2 to 18, to prepare them to make ethical choices over their lifetimes, and to inspire them to achieve their full potential.
    Contact: Rob Troon, Scoutmaster
    Phone: (603) 539-3885
  • CASA of NH
    CASA of NH works year round to provide quality services to the children victims of abuse and / or neglect. Procedures for becoming a volunteer include recruitment, screening, training, and some become Guardian ad Litem which assist the children, representing their best interest in the court system.

    Contact: Jen Buteau

    CASA of NH
    North Country Recruiting & Training Coordinator
    173 Pleasant Street
    Berlin, NH 03570
  • Chocorua Community Association
    A network of Chocorua/Tamworth residents dedicated to improving the appearance of Chocorua Village while also making the area safe for pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
  • Chocorua Ladies Aid Society
    Chocorua Ladies Aid
    Monthly lunch meetings for women of all ages. Raises funds for annual distribution to Tamworth organizations.

    Meetings on the fourth Tuesday of the month, September-June at Runnells Hall in Chocorua Village at 12:00 noon.

    Membership - $10 annually payable in June plus participation in at least one fundraising event. New members are always welcome.

    Contact: Diane Robinson -
  • Lynne Flaccus
    Chocorua Lake Conservancy

    The Chocorua Lake Conservancy (CLC) is a volunteer-led land trust founded in 1968 to protect the scenic and natural resources of the Chocorua Lake Basin and surrounding area through conservation practices, land protection, easements, and maintenance of lands for public access.   The CLC manages  access to Lake Chocorua at The Grove, The Island and the Tamworth Beach areas.  Information about Preserves with public access and hiking trails  can be found on the website.

    PO Box 105
    11 Runnells Lane
    Chocorua NH 03817
  • Chocorua Mountain Club
    Helps the Forest Service maintain the Brook, Beeline, Hammond and Weetamo Trails on Mt. Chocorua and the Beeline, Old Paugus and Whitin Brook Trails on Mt. Paugus.
  • Community Food Center
    A food pantry serving residents of Tamworth and Sandwich.

    Hours: Tues & Friday 10 am - Noon
    St. Andrews-in-the-Valley Church -Tamworth

    678 Whittier Road
    PO Box 141
    Tamworth, NH 03886
  • Cub Scout Pack 151
    Scouting for boys ages 6-10.

    The Cub Scout Pack is no longer active. People interested in restarting the Pack can contact the Scouting Unit Commissioner, Joe Scherr, at 539-7131.
  • Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains
    Inspires girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and service so that they may become happy and resourceful citizens.

    Contact: Debbie King 603-536-1304
  • Mill Brook Trail Association
    Creates and maintains trails in the Mill Brook area.
    Contact: Jim Alt, Tamworth
  • Onaway Club
    Women's social club.
  • Ossipee Valley Snowmobile Club
    Constructs and maintains area snowmobile trails.
  • Ossipee Valley Snowmobile Club
    A family orientated organization devoted to promoting safe and responsible snowmobiling. Responsible for maintenance of seventy-five miles of multiuse trails for hiking, skiing, snowmobiling or sled dog racing.

    Mailing Address: PO Box 261
    West Ossipee, NH 03890

    Contact: Mitch Gordon at 387-6304 or Mark Debitetto at 978-697-4931.
  • Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
    Education on the life of a rural country doctor; preservation and interpretation of the Remick property for the benefit of the public. The admission fee to enter this facility is $5 per person, and free on Friday's for Tamworth residents.
  • Right Foot Co-op
    Pre-order food buying club; mostly organic.
    Contact: Amy Berrier, Tamworth
  • Runnells Hall
    Located at 25 Deer Hill Road in the village of Chocorua, Runnells Hall provides a public space available for educational, entertainment and fund-raising events such as small weddings, showers, meetings, receptions, and musical programs. Newly renovated and includes kitchen facilities and air conditioning. For more information or to schedule an event, call (603)323-8748.
  • Tamworth Caregivers

    Tamworth Caregivers is a group of volunteers that provide transportation for medical and non-medical appointments, shopping and miscellaneous errands.  We may also provide friendly visits and reassurance phone calls.  Our services are available to any resident of Tamworth.  There are no age, religion, disability or financial qualifiers for our services.  There are no fees for our services, but donations are gratefully accepted.  A quick enrollment over the telephone is all that is required to access our services.  We require a minimum of 48 hours notice for your appointment.  Transportation will be provided if there is a volunteer available to fill your request.


    Services provided:  Errand Running/Shopping Assistance, Friendly Visiting, Telephone Reassurance


    Volunteers are always needed.  Please contact us for more information.

    (603) 323-7697
  • Tamworth Civic Association
    To educate Tamworth citizens about, and encourage their participation in, local government and community; to facilitate productive and positive communications among all citizens and government entities in Tamworth. Publishes the Tamworth Civic News every other month.
  • Tamworth Community Christmas Project
    Assists Tamworth families in need with Christmas gifts and food baskets.
  • Tamworth Community Guild
    Provides financial assistance to local organizations.
  • Tamworth Community Nurse Association
    Provides free healthcare services to all residents of Tamworth.

    84 Main Street
    Tamworth, NH 03886
    Contact: Jo Anne Rainville
    Phone: (603) 323-8511
  • Tamworth Firemen's Club
    Raises money and supports morale of the Fire Department.
  • Tamworth Foundation

    Preserves and improves the well-being of the Town of Tamworth through the acquisition, management and distribution of properties.


  • Tamworth Historical Society

    Tamworth Historical Society's purpose is to promote awareness of the richness and uniqueness of our town's history. 
    Contact: Tamworth History Center
    Phone: (603) 323-2911
    Contact: Kate Thompson
    Phone: (603) 323-7762

  • Tamworth Outing Club
    Promotes outdoor recreation, teamwork and community service for Tamworth residents and visitors of all ages. Sponsors ski program for children, contra dances, sled dog races and more.
  • Tamworth Rescue Squad Club
    Supports the Tamworth Rescue Squad.
  • Tamworth Scholarship Committee

    Financial aid for Tamworth students pursuing post-secondary education.
    PO Box 76
    Tamworth, NH 03886
    Contact: Deb Davis
    Phone: (603) 323-8166



    2018 Scholarship Application

  • Tamworth Veterans Memorial Committee
    Updating of the Tamworth Veterans Memorial and creation of a Walk of Honor.
    Contact: Dave Haskell, South Tamworth
  • Tamworth Village Association
    Maintains and enhances Tamworth Village while keeping its rural character.
  • The Barnstormers

    A non-profit, professional theatre founded by Francis and Alice Cleveland in 1931, offering summer stock and educational opportunities each summer.  Available spring and fall for rent by community groups.

    104 Main Street, P.O. Box 434
    Tamworth, NH 03886

    Primary Contact: Dale Bragdon, Business Manager

    Phone: (603) 8662
    Secondary Contact: Anne Balchelder, Board Member
    Phone: (603) 323-2933

  • Tin Mountain Conservation Center
    Summer camp; other nature-oriented activities.
  • Union Hall Association
    Maintains Union Hall public space; develops and strengthens fellowship and understanding among the citizens of Tamworth.
  • Union Hall Association

    Public space for fund raising, meetings, and receptions, rental includes kitchen, stage and dance floor. For more information, contact Will Robinson at 960-2576.

    Mailing Address: PO Box 2
    South Tamworth, NH 03883

  • Wonalancet Out Door Club
    Maintains trails in the Wonalancet area; promotes conservation of the White Mountain National Forest and other forest lands.

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