History, Nature, Progress.. in Harmony.. in Rexton

Groups


 

lionsRexton Lions Club

An organization mandated to serve the community.
Contact: (506) 523-9561
Meetings: 1st & 3rd Wednesday, 7 p.m., Lions Hall

ducksDucks Unlimited Canada

Dedicated to the preservation and reclamation of wetlands for the future of all wildlife. Every year an Auction & Diner is held in Rexton.
Contact: Malcolm Little 

 

rra[1]Richibucto River Association

Dedicated to restoring and conserving the ecology of the Richibucto River.
Contact: (506) 523-8884

 

Rexton Curling ClubRexton Curling Club

This curling club gives curlers the opportunity to enjoy a nice facility and curl on four sheets of ice.
Contact: Don Teakles (506) 523-9003

Lodge St. Andrew #16 F. & A. M.

Fellowship and support of fellow Masons and the community are benchmarks of the Lodge St. Andrew #16 F. & A. M.
Contact: Doug Wood (506) 382-9857
Meeting: 2nd Monday, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple

Rexton Snowmobile Club

The snowmobile club maintains miles of trails in and around the Village. Contact: Claude Warren (506) 523-6059

Catholic Men’s Association

Contact: Raymond Murphy (506) 523-9026

Play It Again Productions

Contact: Gerry Cook

CWL – Catholic Women’s League

Contact: Debbie Richard (506) 523-9443

Rexton Volunteer Fire Department

Contact: Brent Goodwin (506) 523-4839

Rexton Recreation Council

Contact: Claude Warren (506) 523-6059

Rexton Golden Age Club

Contact: Bill LeGoff

Rexton Family Housing Inc.

Contact: Penny Robichaud

Rexton Municipal Office

Contact: Ashley Jones (506) 523-6921

Rexton Area Health Care Foundation Inc.

Contact: Information will be added shortly

Richibucto River Historical Society

Contact: William (Billy) Flanagan (506) 523-4000

Kent Center Chamber of Commerce

Contact: Information will be added shortly

Small Town Players

Contact: Jan Manger