Affirmation Presbyterian Church
One Primrose Street, PO Box 47, Somers
Affirmation Presbyterian Church is a local body of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Founded in 1973, we are centrally located in northern Westchester County, New York. Affirmation is a friendly church serving a broad geographical area, with members and friends dispersed from Poughkeepsie, to White Plains, to western Connecticut.
American Legion, Richard Somers Post 1505
PO Box 96, Somers
Contact: Vinny Herlihy
American war era veterans association
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)
In-town and travel soccer programs for children of all ages. Please visit our web site for more information: www.ayso95.org
At Home in Somers
Post Office Box 386, Somers, NY 10589
A group formed to create and coordinate services for seniors who
wish to remain in their homes in Somers as they age.
Boy Scouts of America
Troops 228 & 376 - PO Box 486, Shenorock, Contact: Commissioner Barlow, 248-5732
Boy Scout Troop 228
Serving the youth of Somers, New York since 1971
Scoutmaster: Paul Cirillo
Boy Scout Troop 228 is chartered by the Somers Volunteer Fire Department. Meetings are held on Monday nights during the school year from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm at the Amawalk Firehouse.
Boy Scout Troop 376
Scoutmaster: Andy Cheung
Somers Troop 376 meets Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm at the SMS cafeteria. We provide and encourage a boy led program with a variety of activities for the scouts including community service, outdoor activities (camping, trips, hikes etc..), leadership opportunities and how to balance it all around the many programs available to our youth.
Cub Scouts of America
Pack One-Cubmaster: Jim Daley
1st Cub Scout Pack in Somers, New York - established in 1945.
Continuously operating and serving our community for more than 6 decades and dedicated to excellence in scouting. Cub Scouting means "doing."
Everything in Cub Scouting is designed to have the boys doing things.
Activities are used to achieve the aims of Scouting - citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness.
Pack 11 - Cubmaster: Chris Swee
Cub scouting is open to boys entering 1st Grade to 5th Grade, and we’re looking for scouts! So if your son has an adventurous spirit, loves the outdoors (hiking, camping,and playing outside) and wants to have a ton of fun learning new things, then Pack 11 is the pack for him! And, Cubscouting is family-friendly, so the entire family can participate in our activities!
Go Pack 11!
Deans Bridge Pond Association
The Deans Bridge Pond Association currently has a limited number of membership and is accepting applications for family membership. If you enjoy getting together with other families in the community and have children that like to swim, boat, fish and build sand castles, contact Virginia Vettoretti for information and an application firstname.lastname@example.org . Deans Pond offers community warmth and fun and friendship for people of all ages.
Embroiders Guild of America, Nimble Thimbles chapter
Contact: Barbara Lerch, 245-3932
FC Somers Soccer Club
FC Somers is a year round dedicated travel soccer club for Boys and Girls aged 8-19. It offers the children of Somers a travel soccer experience that teaches the game while keeping it fun. The club is part of US Youth Soccer, the nations largest youth soccer program. Teams play competitive games both spring and fall in the Westchester Youth Soccer League (WYSL).
Friends in Service Helping (FISH)
Through local churches, Contact: 277-5800
Provides transportation for senior citizens
Friends of the Somers Library
PO Box 443, Somers
Supports the Somers Library through volunteer service and fund-raising for such extras as computers, library equipment,
and a variety of adult and children’s programs.
Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson Council - 2 Great Oak Lane, Pleasantville, 914-747-3080 or www.girlscoutshh.org
Habitat for Humanity of Westchester
Habitat of Westchester is an organization of thousands of volunteers who seek to eliminate poverty and homelessness throughout Westchester County, and to make decent, affordable shelter a matter of conscience and public action. Habitat needs volunteers for help on construction days, office work and organization, to serve on committees and to help spread the word about Habitat and its activities. Volunteers at building sites are not expected to have professional or construction skills, and ample instruction is provided for the tasks at hand. All levels and types of expertise are welcome.
Hebrew Congregation of Somers
Cypress Lane and Mervyn Drive, Shenorock, NY 10587
Hebrew Congregation of Somers is a synagogue that welcomes all -- regardless of marital status, age, race, family composition, sexual orientation, and/or disabilities. No experience is required to join. We offer weekly Shabbat services, a monthly young children's Shabbat service, and Hebrew School as well as adult education.
Italian American Club of Somers
PO Box 375, Somers
Foster and encourage knowledge of the language, art, culture and history of Italy and Italian-Americans and promote
educational development of the Italian heritage.
Jacob Burns Film Center
364 Manville Road, Pleasantville, NY 10570
The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) is a nonprofit educational and cultural institution dedicated to presenting the best of independent, documentary, and world cinema; promoting 21st century literacy; and making film a vibrant part of the community. Housing a state-of-the-art theater complex, a 27,000 square-foot Media Arts Lab, and a residence for international filmmakers, the JBFC campus provides opportunities for people of all ages to discover, explore, and learn through the power of film, media, and 21st-century technology.
Junior League of Northern Westchester
12 Court Road, PO Box 229, Bedford, NY 10506
The Junior League of Northern Westchester (JLNW) is a non-profit volunteer organization of women committed to effecting positive change and growth in the community. The JLNW is committed to providing the youth of our area with opportunities for social, personal, and educational success. The JLNW is comprised of women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to voluntarism. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The JLNW is a part of the Association of Junior Leagues International Inc, based in New York City and originally founded in 1901. To become a member, or learn more about the organization, please refer to the contact information above.
Knights of Columbus
Msgr. Raymond M. Collins Chapter, PO Box 44, Somers
Catholic social and civic organization
Lake Lincolndale Property Owners' Association
PO Box 1, 11 Lake Shore Drive North, Lincolndale, NY 10540
The Lake Lincolndale Property Owners' Association provides good and welfare services to it's members and residents of the Lake Lincolndale community. The LLPOA also operates a recreational lake with a bathing beach open to the public for a seasonal membership fee.
Lake Purdys Property Owners Association & Lake House Rentals
Lake Purdys is a beautiful, private, well-maintained lake located in Somers, NY. Swimming, fishing and clubhouse rentals are available. Our membership and clubhouse rentals are open to both residents and non-residents in the area. Please inquire for information.
League of Women Voters of Somers
PO Box 371, Somers
Francois Bennett, Co-President, 914-617-9011
Promotes increased voter participation through voter registration drives and voter education
Contact: Crystal Keets, President, Tel: 914-232-3081
Rotary International is a worldwide organization founded in 1905 with more than 30,000 clubs and almost two million members. The Somers Rotary Club, formed in 2002, and the Northeast Rotary Club (formerly Katonah Rotary Club), formed in 1929, merged in 2013 under the name of the Northeast Rotary Club. We offer opportunities for community, national and worldwide service, fellowship, and networking with other professionals.
A few of our past and present projects are: publishing "On My Mind", an award winning book of writings from high school students; supporting a school and micro financing program in Haiti; constructing a water filtration plant in Honduras; conducting an annual coat and sweater drive for needy local families; partnering with our sister club in Cape Town, South Africa to outfit a school in Kamiesberg; sending wheelchairs, computers, fire jackets, library books to the needy here and abroad; giving scholarships to local high school students; support for Polio Eradication, a Rotary International project; support for landmine clearance; support for "Mothers To Be AIDS" project in Africa; support for the special education needs of a
deaf child in Honduras; support to local families in financial need; support to Northern Westchester Community Center; installation of a multi media unit at Westchester Hospital; participation in Somers road clean-up; participation in the PBS series "War Stories" with a Somers Rotarian and World War II veteran; housing of Rotary International exchange professionals.
We meet at Somerfields (325 Route 100) on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month (with a few exceptions)
at 6:45pm. Please join us for good fellowship, good food, interesting speakers and the opportunity to improve the lives of others in our community and around the world.
"You make a living by getting but you make a life by giving."
Northern Star Quilters Guild
Guild for those interested in quilting. Monthly meetings. Trips to quilt shows, quilt groups, teach quilting & make quilts for charity
Parent Teacher Associations (PTA) - a non-profit organization, which promotes the education, welfare, and development of children. The PTA Council brings together partners in education, including the District PTA, State PTA, National PTA, local PTA units, school board, school district superintendent, administration, parents, teachers, business and non-parent community members and children. Visit our website:www.somersPTAcouncil.org
Susan Taylor, Somers PTA Council President
Primrose PTA Co-Presidents –Rosalind Gallino and Sara Steinberg
SIS PTA Co-Presidents – Tiffany Leitner and Kelly Sullivan
SMS PTA Co-Presidents – Karen Collura and Kim Moros
SHS PTSA Co-Presidents – Christine Spencer & Kathy Cucchiarella
SEPTA Co-Presidents – Jennifer Brooks & Laura Cabo
A not for profit organization, whose mission is to preserve the memory of Patrick who touched the lives of so many by giving back to the school, town, and the people he cared for so deeply. Money is raised through various fundraising events and have given back to this community by granting scholarships to seniors, donating money to the library, collecting and shipping used sporting equipment to those who need it and much more.
SEPTA - Special Education Parent-Teacher Association - Contact: Laura Cabo, President, email@example.com
A district-wide organization interested in children with learning differences and special educational needs
Promotes businesses and community interests
Somers Chase Home Owners Association - Contact: Michael Bucaria, Manager, Sequoia Property Management, 914-666-6860
Somers Children's Relief Fund - 218 Northview Ln., Mahopac, NY 10541, Contact: Julie Gorecki
Somers Conservative Committee - 74 Moseman Avenue, Katonah, Contact: Joseph Iaropoli, PE, 962-5439, firstname.lastname@example.org, Promotes conservative candidates
Somers Democratic Club - PO Box 520, Somers, www.somersdemocrats.com, Contact: Christine Pozmanter Robbins, 245-5120, a social club that promotes democratic candidates, offers scholarships, dinners, increases public awareness.
Somers Democratic Committee - PO Box 520, Somers, www.somersdemocrats.com, Contact: Christine Pozmanter Robbins, 245-5120, runs democratic campaigns and is made up of elected district leaders.
Somers Democratic Town Chair - Contact: Christine Pozmanter Robbins, 245-5120
Somers Education Foundation, Inc. - PO Box 401, Somers, NY 10589, www.sefny.org
Promotes community awareness and financial support for Somers school programs which enrich the educational experience in the public school and are not funded by the school budget or other school groups. Annual fundraiser events include Chili Cook-Off, Golf Outing, Wine Tasting, Student Variety Show, Carnival Night, Blackjack Bash, and the Harlem Wizards Basketball Game. Awarded more than $1.3 million in grants and scholarships since its inception in 1994, including more than $100,000 in grants designated to install "Power Libraries" at all four schools, which are helping all district children learn in new ways, using technology.Other grants have supported diversity programs such as "No Place for Hate," educational trips, motivational speakers, classroom materials and equipment,
Authors' Days, a nature lab and an art/tech lounge where children can display their work. Our "Millionth Dollar Grant" was awarded in June 2014 for a router and other equipment for use in technology classes by Somers Middle School and Somers High School students.
Somers Faculty Association - 250 Rt. 202, Somers, 277-4328
Somers Historical Society - The Elephant Hotel, 3rd Fl, 335 Rt 202, Somers
Founded in 1956. Promotes historical Somers. Hours: Thursdays, 2pm-4pm, open for certain community events or by appointment.
Somers Holocaust Memorial Commission - Box 302, Lincolndale, N.Y. 10540-0302, Contact: Steven Waldinger, President, email@example.com
Created a wall of books, audio tapes, and computer software, awards scholarships, commemorate Holocaust Day
The Somers Lions Club, a chapter of Lion Clubs International, is a community service group comprised of men and women; meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday every month.
The Lions have been involved in the following activities:
4th of July Festivities, Town Carnival, Holiday Tree Lighting, Photos with Santa, Lions Somers High School Invitational Track Meet, Red Ribbon Week, Easter Egg Hunt and bandstand to name a few.
The Lions coordinate many fund raising activities that benefit local charities and individuals:
Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Friends of Karen, Somers Senior Citizens, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts, Putnam Hospital Center, Somers School District, YMCA, Camp Sunshine for 9-11 families and scholarships for 4 high school students. If you are interested in knowing more about us or would like to donate your time in some way, please contact us at the above links.
The Somers Litter Task Force was founded on January 1, 2012. The Somers Litter Task Force is a group of Somers residents, who are dedicated to keeping the roads in Somers litter-free. In December of 2014, the Somers Litter Task Force became the non-profit organization, Citizens for the Beautification of Somers, Inc. The Somers Litter Task Force is accepting tax-deductible, financial donations, as well as dedicated volunteers to help keep the roads in Somers, litter-free.
The Somers Library Foundation is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that raises funds to support projects that beautify, modernize and enrich the capabilities of the Somers Library, our community’s intellectual and cultural center.
The Somers Men’s Softball League (SMSL) is managed by a volunteer board under the direction of Somers Department of Parks & Recreation. For residents, 18 years of age or older, who are interested in joining or registering a team for the Men’s Softball League, please call and leave a message on the Parks & Recreation phone, 232-8441—x-5—Men’s Softball League.
The Somers Newcomers & Neighbors Club (SNNC) is a Club made up of residents from (you guessed it) the Town of Somers! Any resident, young, old, male or female, can join and participate in the organization of the club events, no matter how long they have resided here. The club started in 1969, as a social and informational group, which continues to this day!
Our main informational meetings are our Somers New Year Orientation Party and our monthly meetings. Additional social events include the Re-gifting Party, Potluck Events, Bar Nights and Couples Dinners. Membership dues are $35 per year and include entry to all the meetings. We are your Neighbors, looking to help Newcomers to Somers connect and learn about the many common interests in our town.
A social club that promotes Republican candidates, organizes informational meetings, Holiday Dinner and provides other public services, chartered 1960.
Somers Republican Committee - PO Box 24, Somers NY 10589
Contact: James F Chisholm, Chairman Phone: (914) - 276-3700 ex 101
The Committee is made up of elected District Leaders. We support Republican candidates in their election campaigns. We hold an Annual Golf Outing and various fund raisers throughout the year in support of GOP candidates. Get involved make a difference!
Somers Republican Town Chairman – Contact: James F Chisholm, Chairman
Promotes Republican candidates, ideals and principals. Increases public awareness of Republican issues.
SSAA members assist, guide and provide networking opportunities for past and present Somers students, and foster mutually beneficial relationships between Somers Alumni and the community. We are a not-for-profit corporation committed to assisting the Somers Central School District through student mentoring and funding.
Somers Senior Citizens Club (through Somers Parks & Rec) - Contact: Don Belmont, Director 232-8441
Patricia Kelleher, President, Residents 60 years of age and older attend weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 12:30 at the Amawalk Firehouse. Club activities include clothing & gift shopping, arts & crafts, grocery shopping, exercise, dancing, billiards, bingo and trips. Transportation is available to all programs and a senior newsletter of all activities is printed monthly.
Somers Seniors Nutrition - PO Box 236, Lincolndale, Contact: Barbara or Peggy, 232-0807
Volunteers deliver meals to homebound seniors. Volunteers are needed
All-volunteer department answers nearly 1900 calls each year, 1300 EMS and 600 Fire and Rescue.
Volunteers are needed.
Somers Volunteer Fire Department, Ladies Auxiliary - PO Box 148, Somers, Contact: 248-5604
Somers Women’s Club, Inc. - PO Box 108, Somers, 914-277-5013
Contact: Peggy Martin, President,
The Somers Women’s Club is a fellowship of women dedicated to community service for the purpose of enhancing the lives of others as well as our own through volunteerism. The SWC was organized to provide support and assistance to individuals, families, community groups and other not-for-profit organizations through ongoing service projects. Please visit us at www.somerswomensclub.com for more information.
Somers Youth Sports Organization - 108 Village Square, Suite 302, Somers,
SYSO is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, organizing and administering youth sports programs for the children of Somers. If you are interested, please contact the Commissioner for the particular sport via the link on the SYSO web site.
Sultana Ridge Pool - For information and membership contact 914-962-5463 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Family-Friendly, Private Community Pool Club with 8' deep main pool and separate 'kiddie' pool. Pool parties and swimming lessons available. Pool located on Van Cortlandt Circle in Yorktown Heights.
Tamar Hadassah - Contact: Dianne Ofner, President, 276-0248
Team Tuskers Mentoring - 250 Route 202, Somers, Contact: Midge Miller
TEAM Tuskers Mentoring is a one-to-one mentoring program in the Somers Intermediate and Middle Schools. Students are paired with a caring adult from the community who has been screened, trained, and has passed a background check. Mentors meet with their mentees for an hour a week during the school year. Mentors serve as role models for the students and provide a safe and nurturing relationship where the student can learn from the wisdom of their mentor, enabling the mentee to be better prepared to face the challenges of today’s world.
Temple Beth Am - 203 Church Place, Yorktown Heights, 914-6-BETH-AM,
A Jewish Reform community where everyone belongs:
a sacred, diverse place for celebration, learning and family!
We offer Hebrew School, family services, bar/bat mitzvah, and more!
Interfaith families welcome!
Town of Somers Police Benevolent Association - PO Box 501, Somers, 232-9622
Contact: Commander- Tim McArdle, (914) 248-8368
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) is the nation's largest organization of combat veterans. Please contact us if you are interested in joining. We are not asking for you to be an active member of our post. If you can be active that would be great, but at a minimum, we are asking that you join so that as a Veteran's group we have as much pull in Washington as possible.
Who We Are: We are the Veterans of Foreign Wars—or VFW for short. Originally founded in 1899 as the American Veterans of Foreign Service, the VFW continues to be a voice for returning and currently deployed service members and their families. The 2.4 million members of the VFW and its Auxiliaries are located in 8,500 VFW posts around the world. We welcome everyone who meets VFW eligibility requirements, regardless of age, race, religion, or gender.
We meet in the 2nd Floor Community Room at the Astoria Savings Bank in the Somerstown Shopping Center on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm.
We provide the following services and activities in the Town:
Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony
Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony
POW/MIA Remembrance Ceremony
The flags that line the streets of the hamlet from May thru November
The worn US flag deposit box at the Library
Community Branch YMCA Central and Northern Westchester
106 Titicus Road, North Salem NY, 10560