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This is an exciting time for Vernon. We are thinking about the future of our little town and developing a future with community as our priority.

The Governor Hunt House is now owned by the a non-profit organization, the Friends of Vernon Center, which is  laying the groundwork for its use as a community center and venue for private events. 

The Governor Hunt House, Vernon Vermont. Historic photo.

Support our Community Center

Be a part of our future, donate to help fund the Governor Hunt Community Center to provide a gathering space as wells as a venue for classes and workshops, art exhibitions, performances, corporate events, private parties, wedding celebrations and more.

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Or mail tax-deductible donations to:
Friends of Vernon Center, Inc.,
P.O. Box 241, Vernon VT 05354.

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Having a vibrant community center takes the work and support of the Vernon community. 


VOLUNTEER: We seek people who would like to help out with activities, beautification, maintenance, Festival of Trees or serve as board members.  There is a way for everyone to be involved and we would love to have you be part of the Community Center.



FVC Board

Beth Armington

Bryan Armington (Treasurer)

Madeline Arms

Ken Bloom

Jean Carr

Kathy Korb (Secretary)

Martin Langeveld

Arlene Palmiter (Vice President)

Tom Rappaport (President)

Roger Rulewich

Sandra Rulewich

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