Posts tagged with: Community

Charlotte Grange: Our Values and Vision - Welcome to our new monthly column.  We hope you will enjoy learning more about the Charlotte Grange and how it is building on...
Do you feel that Charlotte is a welcoming community? Do you feel that we have the diversity you would like to see in our town? Do you think we have...
After months of planning, the Resilience Survey has launched, and Charlotte Community Partners wants to hear from each and every one of you. Why are we asking you to take...
As I write this update, we are close to finalizing the details of the community resilience survey. The unofficial COVID-19 team, Charlotte Community Partners, is busy making final tweaks to...
For the last print issue of The Charlotte News, a group of Charlotte citizens came together in a virtual brainstorming session to see how they could help all residents of...
Giving thanks November is the month for drawing people close, and the Food Shelf gives special thanks for all our nurturing neighbors in Charlotte who reach out with such helpful...
“There are a lot of heartwarming stories that go with the tractor parade,” is what Carrie Spear said in reflecting on this, the 18th year of the event, held in...
Here is a beautiful word I learned this past summer: deliquescence. It means having a tendency to melt or become liquid, to dissolve. I love it, the way it sounds,...
We celebrate a community-spirited reaching out to embrace those who may need a little boost. This month, a special thank you to Teresa Meyer, Margaret Berlin, Mary Volk, Lili Ruane,...
We celebrate this community-spirited generosity  - Thank you for the support this month from Michaela Ryan, farmer and founder of New Village Farm in Shelburne, who donated 50 pounds of...
I was in Panera on Shelburne Road the other day, and while I was waiting for my coffee, I looked around at the other customers, many of them sitting two...
I prepare my weekly lesson plan for the freshman writing course I teach at the University of Minnesota every Sunday. An integral part of the Ph.D. in English Literature program,...
Thank you for the support this month from Charlotte Organic COOP, Julia and Daniel Cavanagh, and Barry and Susan Cluff in honor of Greg and Lynn Cluff. And thank you...
Thank you to the following for your recent support: Charlotte Organic COOP and Anne Castle, Charlotte Congregational Church, Karol Jane Josselyn, Charles and Liz DesLauriers, Susan and Robbie Hall, Sharon...
Please join us to assemble the holiday/Christmas baskets for approximately 30 Charlotte families. We’ll meet in the Charlotte Congregational Church vestry on Friday, Dec.15, from 8 until about 10 a.m. ...
SCHIP (Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg Interfaith Project) has announced its Fall 2017 grant awards. A total of $4,500 was awarded to the following nonprofit organizations: Hinesburg Community Resource Center, Lake Champlain...
Discussion: A discussion on efficiency and heat-pump technology will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Charlotte Library on Nov. 15, hosted by Peter and Carrie Fenn. Please...
Playgroup: All children 0-5, with a caregiver, are welcome for free play, stories and fun. Please bring a snack and water. Mondays from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Charlotte...
A crowd of prospective farmers, concerned neighbors and town officials gathered at Mt. Philo Hops on East Thompson’s Point Road to try to resolve fermenting tensions over their farming operations...
Reunion Champlain Valley Union High School Class of 1972 will host a reunion from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Cedar Knoll Country Club in Hinesburg on Saturday, July 15. Light...