Entries by The Greensboro Association

Greensboro Community Relief Fund update and Matching Gift Opportunity

May 2, 2020 Greensboro Greetings! Thank you for your very generous support of the Greensboro Association’s Community Relief Fund. Your GA Grants Committee has been working nonstop with community leaders to assess local needs and overall resource availability to determine where our assistance can be most impactful. To date, five frontline local organizations have been […]

Community Relief Fund Update – April 13, 2020

April 12, 2020   On Sunday April 5, after a week of meetings, the Greensboro Association (GA) formed the Community Relief Fund and launched its campaign to raise funds to financially support local organizations on the front line of the Corona Virus battle.  The GA chose to focus grants on organizations that address extraordinary medical, […]

UPDATED INFORMATION: The Greensboro Emergency COVID Response – Please read!

April 3 Update GREENSBORO/STANNARD EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM April 3, 2020 Dear Neighbors, We hope this note finds you safe and well. Our Greensboro/Stannard Emergency Response Team has been meeting daily since Governor Scott’s Covid-19 Emergency Declaration on Friday, March 13, 2020.  Together we are actively planning and implementing strategies that serve to protect and support […]

Free Lakeshore management webinar offered by the National Association of Lake Management

In celebration of Earth Day 2020, and to promote shoreland practices that protect our lakes, the New England Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NEC NALMS) is hosting a webinar on Best Management Practices (BMPs) for lake-friendly development. This webinar will cover Shoreland Best Management Practices; Ecological Designs for Lake Wise Living; and […]

The Greensboro Historical Society invites you to view their online interviews and presentations

During this time of Social Isolation, after you have taken your solo outdoor walk, your closets and drawers are neat and clean, and you’ve finished every jigsaw puzzle in your home, you might enjoy this web site: www.greensborohistoricalsociety.org.  If you missed the program by Linda Radtke on March 1st at Fellowship Hall, “From the Parlor to the Polling […]

IMPORTANT – PLEASE SHARE WIDELY – Fill out the Greensboro Emergency Response Team Survey

The Greensboro Emergency Response Team has been meeting daily since Governor Scott’s Covid-19 Emergency Declaration on Friday, March 13, 2020.  As part of their effort, they are asking CURRENT RESIDENTS OF GREENSBORO (both seasonal and full-time) to complete this Emergency Response Team survey to support efforts to organize our community in response to the novel […]

Greensboro Bend Revitalization Initiative Update

From: Dan Predpall, Chair of the Bend Revitalization Initiative Steering Committee This letter provides an update on the Bend Revitalization Initiative (BRI) activities. The Bend Revitalization Initiative (BRI) was created in April, 2018 in response to concerns voiced by Bend residents at the March Town Meeting. A visioning process was conducted with about 25 Bend […]

Vermont Clean Water Week 2018, July 29 – August 4: A Celebration of Clean Water and Community Action

Vermont’s Department of Environmental Conservation invites all to join in a weeklong celebration of our lakes, rivers, and wetlands, and the tremendous efforts of businesses, farms, communities, and organizations to protect and restore clean water. As stated by the DEC, clean water is essential to our health, our quality of life, and a strong economy. It supports diverse recreational opportunities, serves […]

State decides Lakeview School will not be consolidated under Act 46

The Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) published its proposed statewide plan for school district consolidation in early June. The proposal recommends to the State Board of Education that they not consolidate the schools in our supervisory union (Orleans Southwest) at this time. While this is the AOE’s recommendation, the full plan still requires approval by […]