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Plan of Conservation & Development

Town Hall Hours

Mon - Wed / 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thu / 9:00am - 7:00pm
Fri / 9:00am - Noon

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Location: Located on the Westbrook Town Green
Hours: Open Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. ‐ 12:00 p.m. or
by special arrangement
Phone: 860-399-7473

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  • Catherine Neidlinger Doane, President, 860-399-6100
  • Libby Waldron, Vice President, (Phone number currently unavailable)
  • Darlene Jones, Treasurer, (Phone number currently unavailable)
  • Marcy Fuller, Secretary, (Phone number currently unavailable)
  • Bucky Bock, Archivist 860-399-7473

Mission Statement

  1. To perpetuate the memory of the original settlers of Westbrook.
  2. To promote the study of history of Westbrook and encourage interest in it.
  3. To acquire, preserve and display documents, relics, and records relating to the history of Westbrook.
  4. To mark, by suitable monuments and inscriptions, places of historical interest.
  5. To stimulate and promote community activity in preserving historical articles, sites and buildings


Our Mission:

"Promote interest, understanding and education of gardening, horticulture and floral design; beautify our community, and conserve our natural resources."

The club is eager to work with the community to help fulfill its objectives. We are looking for garden enthusiasts to join our club now. Please come grow with us! For information on becoming a member please email us at

The club has an exciting set of free educational programs scheduled for 2015. Programs are held in the community room of the Westbrook Public Library and begin at 7:00 PM.

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Girl Scout “pathways” allow a girl the opportunity to shape her own Girl Scout experience.

· Camp: Girls participate in day or resident camps with a focus on the outdoors and/or environmental education.
· Events: Girls participate in events (e.g., career day) locally and state-wide.
· Series: Girls participate in a sequence of programs relating to a specific theme or purpose (e.g., high-adventure teen group or completion of the "It's Your World—Change It!" journey over a six-week period).
· Travel: Girls plan, earn money, prepare, and participate in regional, national, and international trips.
· Troop/Group: Girls participate in regular meetings and activities are based upon group interests and abilities.

For more information: Girl Scouts of Connecticut