It was a grey foggy day as members of the Pascommuck Trust, dignitaries and the public gathered at Mutter’s Field to officially mark the opening of Mutter’s Field Accessible Trail. John Bator, president of the Trust, spoke first followed by Marty Klein, major organizer of the trail construction. Char Gentes, president and CEO of Riverside […]
The Stavros center for Independent Living has announced that PCT has won the 2016 Paul Winske access award for, “going the extra mile in offering access to persons with disabilities. Marty Klein, the major force behind the Mutter’s Field accessible trail project, has been been invited to an awards ceremony to take place this Thursday, […]
The Fall plant sale raised a total of $1,071 from the sales of plants and raffle tickets. Thank You to everyone that participated!
On Sunday November 29th a small red granite bench was installed at the Angel Memorial located at John Bator park. A dedication ceremony was held afterward. Hundreds of local parents have mourned the losses of their children at the memorial in John Bator Park located on Williston Avenue. The monument is a replica of The […]
October 25, 2016 “A Place in Nature for Everyone” In 2012, PCT acquired a 6 acre parcel of land, located between E. Green and East Streets, consisting of a large meadow, surrounding woodlands and two small brooks, adjacent to its most visited property, the Brickyard Brook Conservation Area (11 acres). After considerable deliberation, the Board […]