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1. Richmond Rescue Subscriptions Save Ambulance Costs
The dramatic double rescue a few weeks ago at the Huntington Gorge was an important reminder of the critical service Richmond Rescue provides to our local communities. We wanted to remind our readers of the ways in which you can support their work. Richmond Rescue offers ambulance subscriptions to area residents. A Richmond Rescue subscription costs $55 and will cover all costs associated with a Richmond Rescue ambulance transport even if you don’t have insurance. The subscription year runs from July 1 to June 30. Read More……
2. RABA Holiday Market Vendor Information
The Richmond Area Business Association (RABA) will be hosting the ninth annual Richmond Holiday Market on Saturday, December 3, 2011 from 9:00 am 3:30 pm. This annual event has grown over the years and again will be held in the Town Center in three buildings, including the Richmond Free Library; the Richmond Congregational Church, and the Richmond Town Hall. Last year we had booth space for 44 vendors to display and sell crafts and gifts. On the web site is a link to download the vendor application, along with a flier to promote the event. Please return your form as soon as you can or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and questions.
3. Our Community Cares Camp Serves Record Number of Meals in July
Our Community Cares Camp, Inc. (OCCC) concluded another successful summer food service program on July 29th, serving 1091 breakfasts and 2337 lunches for a total of 3428 meals to over 200 children from Richmond, Bolton and Huntington. This year was OCCC¹s third year of providing summer meals to local children who attend academic and camp programs in the Chittenden East Supervisory Union, as well as the Huntington Library Friday morning program and the Camels Hump summer bookmobile. Read More……
4. State Representative Anne O’Brien Schedules Public Forums
Rep. Anne O’Brien (Richmond) is hosting a series of two public forums in the Fall.
What? Health Care Reform and Energy Smart Grid; Free Public Forums
Who? Open to all – Hosted by Representative Anne O’Brien
When? Forum #1 – What is Vermont’s plan for Healthcare Reform? Thursday October 20, 2011 at 7:00 PM
Forum #2 – What is the Smart Grid and Why – Energy Efficiency? Thursday November 10, 2011 at 7:00 PM
Where? Richmond Library Community Room- 2nd floor
Please save these two dates and watch for details on the Front Porch Forum
and in Future RABA Newsletters!
5. Holiday Market Planning Meeting Notice
The next RABA Holiday Market Committee Meeting is set for Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at 7:00 pm. If you would like to help or find out more information about the Richmond Holiday Market, please write email@example.com. Save the date now for the Holiday Market – Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011.
6. Gallery 160 – Vermont through the Seasons
An East Gallery exhibit celebrating Vermont through the unique
photographic eye of Scott Funk.
Running through August 31st, also 20% off artwork & cards through Labor Day
160 East Main Street, Richmond, Vermont
Usual hours by chance or appointment
Scott & Kelly Funk (802) 434-6434
7. Richmond Farmers Market
The Market is open every Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Volunteers Green in Richmond. For further information, contact Carol Mader at 434-5273 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Richmond Farmers’ Market participates in the Farm to Family Program and accepts EBT and Debit cards. Check out our website at www.RichmondFarmersMarketVT.org.
8 – Birds of Vermont Museum – Spotlight and Fall Events
You may have heard of the Birds of Vermont Museum – that converted barn on Sherman Hollow Road, where almost 500 woodcarvings of Vermont birds (and a few others) reside. You may already know that the museum hosts school field trips and elder tours. But have you seen us? Really seen us? We have something for everyone: pre-schoolers, home schoolers, hikers, naturalists, birders, carvers, artist, photographers, book lovers, early risers, night owls, readers, and poets.to name a few. What suits you?
On September 2nd, the Vermont Youth Conservation corps will host a family movie night to raise funds to support 3 local organizations: VYCC, Fun for Change and Chittenden County Parks and Recreation. Please consider bringing your family to the Monitor Barns for fun and classic movie viewing! For more information: 233-2338 or www.thehauntedforest.org or view the flyer on the web site
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