The citizens of Raymond participate in many community oriented organizations. Choose a menu item on the left to explore their efforts, offerings and contributions to the community.
Crescent Lake Watershed Association
The Raymond Village Library serves Raymond residents of all ages through the dedicated efforts of library staff, volunteers and supporters.
Worship opportunities in Raymond and the surrounding communities.
Domestic Violence Resource Center
Raymond Food Pantry
The Hawthorne Community Association
Panther Pond Association
A community working together to support our children.
- Lake Region Explorer - bus service from Bridgton to Portland
Raymond-Casco Historical Society
The Raymond-Casco Historical Society (RCHS) is a charitable, educational and non-profit organization which devotes its resources to the collection, preservation and interpretation of materials which document the history of Raymond and Casco.
The club meets at the Raymond Public Safety Building on Route 302 in Raymond, on the first and third Thursdays, of each month.
Raymond Rattlers Snowmobile Club
Raymond is a member of the Windham-Raymond Regional School Unit #14. Raymond residents can also choose from a list of alternative schools for their high school education. Please see the School's webpage for information regarding school schedules, school board information, and bus routes.
Raymond Recreation Association
Raymond Recreation Association is a private, non-profit organization of interested adults who wish to provide recreational opportunities to the children of Raymond.
Raymond Vitalization Committee
The Raymond Vitalization Committee is focusing on the development and growth of Raymond's economy while promoting local businesses and ensuring the future for business owners from new to exisiting.
Raymond Waterways Protective Association
Raymond offers many alternatives for recreation, exercise, and athletic competition. Raymond Recreation, a non-profit volunteer group, provides a excellent program for school age children. Babe Ruth baseball is provided by the Sebago Long Lake League. Many other clubs and facilities are available for residents of the town. Please choose from the menu on the left for further information.
Scouting in Raymond
Sebago Lake Region Fuller Center for Housing
The Sebago Lakes Region Fuller Center For Housing offers home repairs and yard work for individuals who are 65 and older and wish to remain safely in their homes. This includes those who live in the towns of Raymond, Windham and Standish.
Located on Route 302 and Route 85, this park is dedicated to Raymond's veterans.