2022 Greensboro Association Grants Application Now Posted/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The Greensboro Association is pleased to announce that due to generous donations from our members to our endowed Fund For Greensboro, the GA will be funding one-year project initiative grants as well as expanding to grants that support annual operation expenses. We will also consider on an exception basis, grants requests greater than $1000. The […]
Greensboro’s Funky Fourth Festival – Saturday, July 2nd: “Let’s Celebrate Democracy”/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
World-Famous Greensboro Parade Starts 10 AM This year’s parade will feature either the UCLA Marching Band, the Vermont Symphony Mobile Orchestra or the Bread and Puppet wondering entourage. Both President Biden and former President Trump have agreed to either attend or send caricatures and will be walking lock-step with the music. Jasper Hill will be […]
Sailing Races on Caspian Lake: August 2022/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Sailing Races will be held on Wednesdays and Saturdays this August beginning Wednesday, August 3rd and ending Saturday, August 20th. Sailors should plan to meet in the center of the lake between Blacks Point and Aspenhurst Point for a 2PM STARTING TIME before each race. All classes of boats welcome. All ages and abilities welcome! […]
Request for Art Submissions for the Greensboro Association 2022-23 Member Directory/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The Greensboro Association is soliciting digital images of artwork that contain themes or subjects from Greensboro, the Northeast Kingdom, and/or Vermont. One image will be chosen to be featured as the cover of the 2022-23 Greensboro Association member directory published in May 2022. The Greensboro Association publishes a directory of members every two years. This […]
Early Identification of Aquatic Invasive Species: A Virtual Event on April 6/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Registration and Agenda Aquatic Invasive Species both plant and animal are an ever-growing threat to all lakes, ponds, and waterways in Vermont. This virtual meeting is designed to help organizations and individuals learn how to get a program off the ground.
The Greensboro Planning Commission Seeking to Fill two Vacancies. Nonresidents Welcome to Apply./in News /by Betsy Hunt
The Greensboro Planning Commission is seeking to fill two vacancies. Nonresidents are welcome to apply. The Commission meets monthly. All meetings are open to the public. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest by Friday, February 25. All prospective candidates will be invited to the Planning Commission’s Tuesday, March 1, 5 p.m. meeting. All meetings are […]
The Hazen Bell Community Project/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
A group of local townspeople are involved in The Hazen Bell Community Project, an effort to recondition and install a bell at the local Hazen Union School in memory of a student, Finn Rooney. This effort has been launched to realize the dream of many in the community who fondly remember the bell at Hardwick […]
GREENSBORO SELECTBOARD HOSTS A PUBLIC HEARING ON AMENDMENTS TO GREENSBORO ZONING BYLAWS/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The Greensboro Selectboard will host a hearing on Monday, December 6, at 6:30 pm to hear public comments on proposed amendments to the Greensboro zoning bylaw. This meeting will be held at Fellowship Hall, United Church of Christ, and via ZOOM at the link below. The proposed amendments are to address: Short-Term Rentals, […]
What is Going On in Our Watershed?/in Blog, GA Events, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Join a special meeting on October 14 to learn about the State of Vermont Lamoille Tactical Basin Plan. The basin plan drives a lot of the work and funding available for organizations in the watershed to address water quality issues, including work on Caspian Lake.
2021 Greensboro Association Annual Meeting/in Blog, Greensboro News /by Betsy Hunt
Greensboro AssociationNotice of Annual Meeting The 2021 Annual Meeting of the Greensboro Association will be held on Thursday, August 5th at 4:00 pm in Fellowship Hall at the United Church of Christ in Greensboro, VT. All members of the Association are invited and encouraged to attend. The Agenda for the meeting can be viewed here. For those who can not attend in […]
Town of Greensboro Website Survey – please give your input!/in News /by The Greensboro Association
The Town of Greensboro Website Task Force is conducting a survey of the Town website, and has asked the Greensboro Association to get the word out! From the Town of Greensboro Website Task Force. In May, the Selectboard approved the formation of a Task Force to examine how the Town’s website currently serves the community […]
Join us on July 25 for the Caspian Challenge!/in News /by The Greensboro Association
Our Annual Caspian Challenge race day will be held this year on July 25. All are welcome – runners, walkers, any age! We have great prizes and look forward to seeing a great turnout of the community to celebrate Greensboro! All race income will be used to support the Greensboro Walk/Bike Task Force. For specific […]
Notice of 2021 Annual Meeting of the Greensboro Association/in News /by The Greensboro Association
The 2021 Annual Meeting of the Greensboro Association will be held on Thursday, August 5th at 4:00pm in Fellowship Hall at the United Church of Christ in Greensboro, VT. All members of the Association are invited and encouraged to attend. The Agenda for the meeting will be distributed prior to the meeting. At the meeting, our […]
Security Alarm Registration/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
Attention Property Owners with Security Alarms Beginning July 1, 2021, if you want to have the Vermont State Police respond to your security alarm during the time periods when the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department is not on duty or on call, please see the following link for more information. https://vsp.vermont.gov/alarm The Vermont State Police requires […]
Caspian Lake shorefront owners invited to participate in Vermont Lake Wise Program this summer/in Blog, Greensboro News, News /by Betsy Hunt
The Greater Greensboro Watershed Committee and the Orleans County Natural Resources Conservation District would like to invite interested Caspian Lake shoreland owners to participate in the Vermont Lake Wise Program this summer! The Lake Wise Program is a Vermont Agency of Natural Resources initiative that awards lake-friendly shoreland properties, both public and private. The program […]
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