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The Wireless Society of Southern Maine has two homes! During the Fall and Winter, we meet at the Gorham Recreation Department, and during the summer months, we meet at Wassamki Springs Campground.


We monitor 147.540 MHz, from 6:45-7:00 PM for "talk-in."

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Directions to Gorham Municipal Center

(From September-May) We meet the second Thursday of each month, from 7PM-9PM in either the “Fish Bowl,” or Multipurpose Room, at the Gorham Recreation Department, located at the Municipal Center, on Ballpark Road, in Gorham, ME.
Gorham Municipal Center
Photo by Martha Harris
Fish Bowl
Photo by Tim Watson
From Saco - Take Rt. 112 to the intersection of Rt. 202, and at the end of 112, take another right onto Rt. 202 and follow to the intersection of Rt. 25. From there, take a right onto Rt. 25 (Main Street), and travel about 1/2 mile into village center. Take a right onto Rt. 114 (South Street). Gorham House of Pizza will be on the right. Amato's will be across the street. Travel about 7/8 mile and take a right onto Morril Ave - (there will be a bright yellow sign that says Municipal Center). From Morril Ave, take a right onto Ball Park Rd. The municipal Center will be on the right, before the turn. Look for the Gorham Recreation entrance.

From Scarborough (Oak Hill) - Follow Gorham Road (Rt. 114) west. It will cross Payne Road at a major intersection. (Sam's Club will be across the street on the right). Continue straight on Gorham Rd., past the flashing light and one more intersection, until the end.Take a left at the light and continue on Rt. 114, past O'Donnel's Nursery on the left, to the next light. Take a right at the light, continuing on Rt. 114. This will take you to a rotary. Continue straight through the rotary, toward Gorham Village. The speed limit will decrease to 35 when you get closer to town. Look for Morril Ave.,on the left. (It will be marked by a bright yellow sign). Take a left onto Morril, and a right onto Ball Park Rd. The Municipal Center will be on the right, before the turn. Look for the Gorham Recreation entrance.


From Westbrook - Take Rt. 25 (Main Street) toward Gorham, until you come to the intersection of Rts. 25 and 114 (South Steet). Amato's will be
on the left. Take a left at the intersection, and travel about 7/8 mile to Morril Ave. Take a right onto Morril Ave - (there will be a bright yellow sign that says Municipal Center). From Morril Ave, take a right onto Ball Park Rd. The Municipal Center will be on the right, before the turn.Look for the Gorham Recreation entrance.


Directions to Wassamki Springs Campground

(From June-August) We meet each Thursday from 7PM-9PM at the Banquet Hall at Wassamki Springs Campground, located at 56 Saco Street in Scarborough, ME.

Wassamki Springs Campground
Photo by Tim Watson
From Maine Turnpike (I-95), take Exit 46 and go 4 miles on Rt. 22 to intersection of Saco Street. Turn right and go 2/10 mile.

From Scarborough (Oak Hill) - Follow Gorham Road (Rt. 114) west. It will cross Payne Road at a major intersection. (Sam's Club will be across the street on the right). Continue straight on Gorham Road, past the flashing light, until you reach an intersection with a stop light. Turn right onto Saco Street. You will pass a fire station on the left, and come to another intersection. Go straight through the intersection, (staying on Saco Street) and the campground will be about 7/8 further of a mile on your left.



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Wireless Society of Southern Maine  P.O. Box 174, Scarborough, ME 04074
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