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The Pembroke Watershed Association is a grassroots, nonprofit organization run by dedicated volunteers. The PWA began in the Fall of 2004 and covers Furnace, Hobomock, Little Sandy Bottom, Oldham and Stetson ponds in the Town of Pembroke, Massachusetts.

To accomplish our mission, we:

  • Monitor water quality and compile comprehensive reports
  • Hold an annual pond clean up day
  • Hold annual fundraising events with raffle drawings
  • Partner with schools, businesses and other community groups and watersheds
  • Work closely with local governmental departments and commissions
  • Have on-going educational outreach with general public and youth

President - Bob Kenney

Bob has been a resident of Pembroke since 2017. Along with his wife Sherri, and their trusted pooch Hallie, they enjoy Oldham Pond by cruising around on their pontoon for as long as the weather allows. Bob is usually the first one on the Pond in spring, and the last one off in the fall!


Vice-President Darren Mahoney


Treasurer - Judy Ferrante

Judy’s roots started in South Boston but she ended up in Pembroke in 2009. Judy spent over 40 years in various Boston-based banks in the Investment Operations field as an Operations Manager and Vice President. Judy is an avid fisherwoman who can often be found on Oldham or Stetson looking for those large-mouth bass!


Secretary - Michelle Cincunegui

Michelle- enjoys the beauty and fun on Oldham Pond.


Director - Membership - Sarah Trant

Sarah has lived on Oldham Pond since 2009. Sarah would love to see everyone come together to see how we can make a difference for our ponds, environment, and wildlife.


Director - Water Quality - Adam McKeagney


Director of Public Relations- Tracy Marino

Tracy has lived in Pembroke with her husband Phil and their 5 children for 25 years and on Stetson Pond for 13 of those years.

 She joined the watershed to assist in advocating for the care and preservation of our valuable ponds.

If you cannot locate her she is in a kayak in the middle of Stetson. 

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