To promote community life in the Village of Otter Creek, Maine through education and activities, to preserve and protect the historic Otter Creek Hall, and to perpetuate the history and cultural heritage of the village.
Seeing a need in the community and joining together in action to fill the need. That is how the Aid Society of Otter Creek got its start over 100 years ago. Since then generations of residents, friends, and visitors have continued this tradition keeping alive the heritage of The Village of Otter Creek.
The role of The Aid Society has increased through the years to include guardianship of the properties of The Hall, The former hall property, and Fish House Lot. The village is uniquely positioned. Need to maintain the integrity of village activity and ensure accessibility to all ages, interests, and opportunities. Many villages around us are looking for a way to balance the needs of year round residents, summer residents, and National Park visitors. These centrally located properties provide The Aid Society a unique opportunity to influence and shape the village.
When we see a need in the community we join together in action to fill the need.
As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization we rely on the contributions of the community to sustain our services. We are grateful to the many generous community contributors who over generations have dedicated their time, talents and financial support to make what we do possible.