Melrose Emblem No. 89 PO Box 760904, Melrose, MA02176 Melrose Emblem No. 89 is a local organization affiliated with the Massachusetts State Association of Emblem Clubs…More and the national Supreme Emblem Club. It is dedicated to serving the community in a variety of ways and strengthening patriotism, literacy, education and drug awareness.
Active since 1992, MMTV is the community access station of the City of Melrose. A non-profit community organization…More dedicated to public broadcasting and subsidized through contributions from Comcast and Verizon, MMTV provides a public access forum for residents of Melrose and supports the city government and educational channels.
The organization owns a wide array of professional equipment, including two full-size production studios. Melrosians interested in producing their own television programming, creating a short film, posting a message on the channel or getting involved in a show already in production can contact the station or sign up as a member.
Melrose Youth Ballet 3 Cass St, Melrose, MA02176 Founded in 1995, MYB is a non-profit ballet company committed to giving youth the opportunity to realize their…More potential by being part of full-length ballet productions. The organization offers the chance to perform in major productions for dancers from seven to eighteen. The group also reaches out to Melrose's surrounding communities with a special school and senior citizen performance each year as well as four other performances open to the public.
The Boston Baptist Social Union 179 Green St, Melrose, MA02176 Located on the second floor of the Green Street Baptist Church in Melrose, The Boston Baptist Social Union is a…More male-only organization established in 1864 to spread peace, love and Christianity to the people of the community. Created by Daniel Sharp Ford, the group assists in promoting and distributing funds to Baptist ministries across Massachusetts. Visit the organization's Web site to find out more about its charitable efforts.
Melrose High School, built in 1975, has undergone technology upgrades in the past few years and eliminated the "open…More space" classrooms, thanks to the new middle school built next door. The school is led by Principal Daniel Richards, who took the helm starting in 2011.
In addition to college preparatory classes, Melrose High School offers 54 honors-level courses and Advanced Placement courses ranging from English and various foreign languages to U.S. History and Calculus. Students are required to perform 12 hours of community service each year in high school in order to graduate.
Outside the classroom, over 40 clubs and organizations are available to Melrose High School students, and 16 sports are offered at the varsity and sub-varsity level.
The Melrose Humane Society is a non-profit, all-volunteer, animal rescue organization comprised of a small group of…More individuals who take in sick, abandoned, injured and unwanted animals. It currently cares for cats that members take into their own homes and get them medically treated, including vaccines, spaying/neutering, testing for Felv/Fiv, or emergency medical care - and holds them until they are ready to be adopted. The Society does not have foster homes for dogs, but does assist animal control officers in local cities and towns with medical care, boarding, and placement.
The Society does not have an office, but maintains a Post Office box. Check out the Web site if you would like to get involved or make a donation.
The Freemason ogranization is the world's largest and oldest male fraternity. Located at 326 Main Street in Melrose…More is the Fidelity Lodge, where local members meet. The Freemasons give charity and a helping hand to their communities, donating over 2 million dollars a day to various foundations, which is the most of any organization in Massachusetts. For information on how to become a Freemason, visit their website.
Faith Evangelical Church 200 Franklin St, Melrose, MA02176 Faith Evangelical Church, an Advent Christian Church, was organized in 1906 and moved to its present location in 1912.…More Its name was changed to Faith Evangelical Church in 1969. Today, the church offers a variety of faith-based activities, such as youth groups, bible studies and missions. Faith Evangelical also runs Servant's Heart Food Pantry.