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ABOUT FRIENDS OF VERNON CENTER

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

Donate

Be a part of our future, donate to help fund the renovation of the corporate office space of the Governor Hunt House to make it a venue for our community events as wells as art exhibitions, performances, corporate events, private parties, and wedding celebrations. 

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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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Volunteer

Having a vibrant community center will take the work and support of the Vernon community. As we move forward we will need your help to bring this dream to life. 

In the months ahead look for announcements about our progress and needs and thank you for your interest!

 

VOLUNTEER: We seek board and committee members as well as people who can help
organize events or just help out!

Phone or email board chair Martin Langeveld
E-mail: newsafternewspapers@gmail.com  
Phone: 802-380-0226)

FVC Board

Beth Armington

Bryan Armington (Treasurer)

Madeline Arms

Ken Bloom

Jean Carr

Bill Gilbert

Kathy Korb (Secretary)

Martin Langeveld

Arlene Palmiter (Vice President)

Tom Rappaport (President)

Roger Rulewich

Sandra Rulewich

Margaret Shipman

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