Entries by John Stone

Agriculture Secretary to Key Land Trust Meeting July 31

Vermont Agriculture Secretary Anson Tebbetts will speak at the Greensboro Land Trust’s annual public meeting on Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Greensboro UCC Fellowship Hall. Tebbetts will discuss the current agricultural scene as it affects our region. The Greensboro Land Trust is celebrating its 25th anniversary. GLT co-founder Nancy Hill will introduce Tebbetts. His […]

Our Communication Approach

The Association’s communications approach strives to keep our members informed and facilitate a constructive dialog on important issues. While I am confident that all our residents want what is best for Greensboro, as with every community, there are diverse views on what “best” looks like. Recent developments for the Circus Camp and now plans for the theater […]

Introducing The Greensboro Association Endowment

July 2014 Dear fellow members: I want to share with you important recent developments at the Greensboro Association (GA). Based upon the membership vote at the 2013 Annual Meeting, we filed a request to the Internal Revenue Service to designate your organization as a 501(c)3 public charity. The IRS has recently approved this change in […]

Caspian Lake Sailing Days & Sailing Clinic

Throughout the 60s, 70s and early 80s, we enjoyed a vibrant Yacht Club on Caspian Lake with a fleet of about 10 Flying Dutchman, 30+ Sunfish and about a dozen handicap sailboats. Races were every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon and spectators could enjoy colorful sails circling buoys at different parts of the lake. To help relive […]

2013 Winter Update

Our members will be receiving the Winter Letter shortly by both email and mail. We look forward to getting your updates, suggestions and new member referrals. We have been very busy over the fall addressing a number of issues important to our members. Read the highlights in the Winter 2013 President’s Letter. Other links you may […]