10/7/10 - BOB MARLEY fundraiser for Laurie's Field

Thursday, October 7th, 2010 at 7 pm, at the LRHS Auditorium

October 7th, Maine comedian Bob Marley will be at the Lake Region High School auditorium performing as a fundraiser for the Laurie A. Carter Bergen Memorial Field. This is going to be a really fun evening, and at only $20, it's a bargain! For tickets, call Lyn at 627-7380, or make a PayPal donation to BRAG at the above link and then email your name to and we'll set aside your tickets on the night of the event.


The Bridgton Recreation Advancement Group officially broke ground on the Rec Complex this summer!

4/30/10 - BY POPULAR DEMAND! 6 more weeks of DODGEBALL!

4/10/10 - All-you-can-eat dinner. A fundraiser for Laurie's field

2/10/10 - BRAG meets HAM Foundation Challenge Grant

The Bridgton Recreation Advancement Group is very proud to announce it has met the challenge put forth by The Kendall C. and Anna Ham Charitable Foundation, to raise $50,000.00 in cash and pledges towards the Bridgton Community Recreation Complex. The Ham Foundation matched the funds raised. The Kendall C. and Anna Ham Charitable Foundation, a significant contributor to many important projects in our area, has also invested in a new bridge into Pondicherry Park for Stevens Brook Elementary Students. 

Bridgton is blessed in many ways, and with the support of The Ham Foundation, the future of this historic town is very bright.


3/13/10 - VIDEO - The Bridgton Community Recreation Complex


3/5/10 - BRAG Spring Dodgeball League

We want to challenge you to step up to the line every Friday night at the Bridgton Town Hall, from 6:30 to 9. An inexpensive, athletic and fun way to start the weekend, this league will run for 6 weeks, from March 5th to April 9th. Only $5 a night, all proceeds benefit the Bridgton Community Recreation Complex.

Anyone age 14 or older who wants to get out and have some fun, come out and play! Bring a team or show up as a "walk-on" and we'll find a team for you!

1/27/10 - Masons Donate to BRAG

The Oriental Lodge no.13 of Bridgton presented a check for $1528.00 to Bridgton Recreation Advancement Group President Bill Macdonald at a recent ceremony.

In November, the Lodge hosted a Hunters' Breakfast to benefit the Bridgton Community Recreation Complex. The Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation generously chose to match the proceeds. Lodge Master Chris Decapua stated “We are a charitable organization and contributing to this community project will be a benefit to children and their families. We are proud to help any way we can.” The ceremony followed a fantastic boiled dinner served up by the hosts. Lodge members offered words of encouragement and they look forward to the progress to be made in 2010. BRAG is grateful to have their support.