Church of St. William 1351 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 St. William Catholic Church, under the leadership of Fr. John Hanley, OMI, is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2010.…More The largest church in Tewksbury, St. William has approximately 3,900 local families on its rolls. The picturesque campus includes the sancturay, rectory, activity hall and the former St. William School. Founded by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, St. William has active men's women's and youth ministries. The church also plays host to the Troop 49 Boy Scouts and Pack 49 Cub Scouts.
William A Rambler 1445 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 William A Rambler is an attorney whose office is located in the Tewksbury area. He specializes in a variety of legal…More services. For more information, please contact him directly.
William J. Deveau, CPA 1501 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 William J. Deveau serves the town of Lexingon and surrounding communities. He provides professional tax preparation…More services to clients by appointment. To schedule an appointment and for more information about the services provided at this office, call the number listed.
Boy Scout Troop 49 1351 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Boy Scout Troop 49 makes its home in the Parish Hall of St. William Church. Troop leaders teach the scouts life skills,…More helping build the type of self-confidence and maturity needed for them to thrive as young men. Through education, character and actions, the scouts can attain badges and other achievements, up to and including their Eagle Scout badge.
Town of Tewksbury- Veterans Services 1009 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Under the direction of Jim Williams, the Veterans Services Office is located in the basement of the Town Hall. The…More primary purpose of the office is to assist local veterans and their families with advice and direction on benefits and programs available to them, including housing, health care and education.
Cub Scout Pack 49 1351 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Cub Scout Pack 49 makes its home in the St. William Church Parish Hall. The goal of the Cub Scout program is to develop…More well-rounded, well-disciplined young men who have a respect for themselves and their community. Scouts, aged 6-10, work their way through the ranks from Tiger Scouts all the way to Weblos as they prepare to cross over to Boy Scouts. Along the way, they earn recognition for good citizenship, education and learned skills.
Tewksbury Community Pantry 999 Whipple Rd, Tewksbury, MA01876 For the past 15 years, the Community Pantry has been addressing the food needs of low income Tewksbury residents.…More Originally housed at St. William Church, the pantry outgrew the facility and is now located in a building constructed specifically for its purposes adjacent to the Department of Public Works on Whipple Road. The pantry is open three days a month, on a Sunday, a Monday and a Saturday; more information on exact dates is available on their website and a sign posted on site. The volunteer operation is funded through donations and receives assistance and cooperation from the town. In times of economic crisis, more and more people find themselves using the pantry as a resource.