NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES
Vermont Health Department
Vermonters are being asked to stay home as much as possible to keep everyone safe during this pandemic. Please leave for essentials only, such as food, and keep a safe distance of six feet between yourself and others. This will help slow the spread of the virus and protect people who are more vulnerable. Though we can all feel isolated at this time, we can, and should, connect with each other through technology, reading books, playing games and finding hobbies we enjoy. We’re all in this together.
Hyde Park Helpers
Hyde Park Helpers is a community-based service that connects people in need with people who can help. At this time, we can help with the delivery of grocery items, prescriptions, and mail. In the future, we may be able to offer other services as we continue to coordinate with community members.
After completing the survey that fits best ("I'd like support" or "I can help"), volunteer point people from the Hyde Park area will help connect those who need help with those in the area who can support them.
Always refer to your health care provider for health care; this page is NOT a health care site.
CURBSIDE PICK UP CEREMONY
JUNE 13, 2020
Lamoille Union High School Parking Lot
A-H arrives at 10:30 AM
I-Z arrives at 10:45 AM
One car per family, please! Masks are required
The graduate may leave their vechile to walk across the stage and to grab their diploma.
Family memebers must stay in the vechile at all times!
STUCK IN VERMONT
NEWS AND CITIZEN
"Green Mountain Access Television cameras have long been a mainstay of municipal meetings in Johnson, Morristown and Hyde Park, but, according to station manager Amy Murphy, GMATV is running on a skeleton crew, cut from about a half-dozen people down to three..."
Scott Campitelli Memorial Scholarship Award
Maia was unanimously selected by the scholarship committee, made up of board members and staff from Media Factory partners RETN and VCAM, as well as Scott’s family.
“We are very proud to award the first-ever Scott Campitelli Memorial Scholarship to Maia,” said VCAM Executive Director Seth Mobley. “It has been a pleasure not only to see Maia hone her skills at the Media Factory over the years, but also make a big positive impact on our community along the way.”
Recent Community Events
Recent Municipal Meetings
Community Media Updates
BILL H.744 PUBLIC HEARING
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