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Fairfield Grace United Methodist Church
1089 Fairfield Woods Rd, Fairfield, CT 06825
Fairfield Grace United Methodist Church holds Sunday worship services as well as youth and adult Bible study programs.More The church is also home to a nursery school that is celebrating its 50th year. The church also holds AA and Alanon meetings, as well as yoga, spaghetti dinners and other social events.
Fairfield Fit Body Boot Camp
186 Linwood Ave, Fairfield, CT 06824
Locted in Fairfield County Gymnastics on Lynwood Road, Fairfield Fit Body Boot Camp is an exercise program founded byMore trainer, Erik Rokeach. The intensive, diet-free program meets 5 days a week and Rokeache guarantees significant weight loss for clients. For more information about the program's rates and scheduling, visit the Fairfield Fit Body Boot Camp Web site.
Welcome Club of Fairfield/Easton
PO Box 1404 Fairfield, Fairfield, CT 06825

The Welcome Club of Fairfield/Easton, a not-for-profit organization established in 1950, serves as a resourceMore for  information on facilities, events and activities in Fairfield and Easton for new residents and also offers activities that include book groups, bunco groups, children's events, playgroups, women's and men's golf and tennis leagues, knitting groups, community outreach opportunities, ladies night out, men's night out, men's poker, neighborhood socials, an annual clambake, casual gourmet and cocktail parties.

Board meetings are in members' homes and activities are held at various locations in Fairfield and Easton.

The mailing address for the club is P.O. Box 1404, Fairfield CT 06825.

The location given for this group is Fairfield Public Library, which has information on community groups in Fairfield.

The Fairfield Beach Residents Association
1080 Old Post Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

The Fairfield Beach Residents Association, founded in 1955, is a neighborhood group interested in improving theMore quality of life for homeowners living in the area bordered by Fairfield Beach Road, Old Post Road, Beach Road and Reef Road.

The neighborhood group was originally known as the Fairfield Beach Road Association, but changed its name and expanded its geographic coverage in 1998.

The Fairfield Beach Residents Association addresses issues that include beach and creek erosion, litter, traffic and speeding, activities of town government, disruptive behavior and neighborhood safety.

The group's objectives in 2010 include supporting the court-ordered injunction against the Lantern Point Condominium Association, which was previously the location for heavily-attended and loud parties held by university students; pursuing noise abatement and greater speeding enforcement; supporting increased police patrols at Fairfield Beach and the Police Department's "zero tolerance policy" for disruptive behavior at Fairfield Beach; continuing beach and street cleanups; contributing to plantings and other beautification projects; continuing to represent the Fairfield Beach neighborhood at town meetings; and pursuing initiatives to address severe beach erosion along Fairfield's shoreline.

Membership dues are $50 for a basic (bluefish) membership; $75 for a starfish membership, $100 for a sandpiper membership and $25 for those who have special circumstances.

Membership dues help to pay for annual litter cleanups, plantings, insurance, the mailing of newsletters, acquisition of crime statistics, legal fees and other expenses related to the neighborhood association's work on behalf of the neighborhood.

The Fairfield Beach Residents Association's mailing address is P.O. Box 513, Fairfield CT 06824.

The location given here for the Fairfield Beach Residents Association is Fairfield Public Library, where the group holds its annual meeting in September.

The Fair Acres Association Inc.
1080 Old Post Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824

The Fair Acres Association Inc., established in 1921, is a neighborhood group dedicated to conservation ofMore Fairfield's shoreline, beach cleanups, educational and social activities, and maintenance of pentways with deeded rights to Long Island Sound.

The neighborhood group, open to homeowners living between Rowland Road and Penfield Road, holds its annual meeting in June at a picnic.

The location given for this group is Fairfield Public Library, which has information on community groups in Fairfield.

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