Mansfield Rotary Club 31 Hampshire St, Mansfield, MA02048 Mansfield Rotary Club is a service club. The organization provides volunteer work in a wide range of community…More activities, including the local food pantry, international service projects and supporting local schools. The club has meetings every Tuesday at the Mansfield Holiday Inn.
Town of Mansfield Emergency Management Office 6 Park Row, Mansfield, MA02048 With an office/communications center located at 50 West Street (police station) and training/meeting rooms at the Town…More Hall on 6 Park Row, the Emergency Management office prepares its team of trained volunteers and professionals to handle any disaster. The five divisions work together to create a comprehensive preparedness plan for the citizens of Mansfield.
Town of Mansfield-Animal Shelter 175 Fruit St, Mansfield, MA02048 This animal-adoption shelter is open to all abandoned or stray dogs or cats in the town of Mansfield. The shelter works…More first and foremost to promote the health and well-being of the animals in the shelter and to place them in loving homes. Volunteer supporters are working tirelessly to build and complete a new shelter without taxpayer funds. Due for completion in late 2010, the shelter still needs donations to complete this monumental task.
Mansfield High School 250 East St, Mansfield, MA02048 Home of the Mansfield Hornets, the green and white spirit of the school can be seen and felt far from the physical…More confines of the school building. From student volunteers who contribute in both local and global ventures, to the award-winning Math Team and the Division II 2010 Superbowl champions, these vibrant, active students are represented in dozens of ventures in the local community and beyond. According to Principal Joseph Maruszczak, "Mansfield High School has an outstanding balance of excellence. Our kids perform well academically, athletically and socially, as measured by the participation rates in both extra and co-curricular activities. (We have) invested parents and community and an outstanding staff that supports our students so that they may be successful."
This office oversees the Plymouth Street Recreational Facility and Memorial Park on Hope Street, including permits…More for use. Directed by Lorilee Fish, the office has only one part-time staff member, and provides Mansfield citizens the opportunity for year-round fun. Seasonal summer events increase the part-time staff and volunteers to 50 in the summer months, providing Mansfield residents with daily activities.
The office is overseen by a five-member Board of Recreation serving three-year elected terms. Citizens can stop by the office for a comprehensive free community event listing calendar.