New Year’s 2023, looking towards Black’s Point –Karen Gowen, photographer
On January 8, the lake froze (again), and by the 14th of January was sporting 4 inches of ice on the east shore. A few more good cold nights will be great news for all winter activities in the Northeast Kingdom!
Those who live in Greensboro year-round or travel up in the winter are looking forward to the first annual Tour de Greensboro, to take place on February 4. 100 cross-country skiers will take to the trails around town, and then gather for lunch at the Highland Lodge. There may still be a few slots left to ski in this event—you can register here: https://www.SkiReg.com/tour-de-greensboro. Organizers are also looking for volunteers; please contact Stew Arnold at [email protected] to sign up to help. We are honored that the Greensboro Association will be the lucky recipient of funds raised!
The Greensboro Association Board keeps working in the colder months, with committees focusing on fundraising, investment management and the refinement of our funds distribution policies for the benefit of the many fine non-profit organizations in or near Greensboro. Since formalizing the FFG in 2015, we have invested $175,000 into our amazing community! You will be hearing from us in March when we launch our 2023 membership drive. Until then be well!