Please see the Events page for map and details of the bike rides through Halifax.
THANK YOU to all our wonderful Halifax Green-Up Day volunteers. We had a huge group of people volunteer this year! We still have a lot of side roads that need some attention, especially that part of Halifax on the southerly side of Vermont Route 112. We will be continuing Green-Up collections through this next week if anyone has some extra time on their hands and would like to volunteer. Once again, thank you, thank you, to all who participated. YOU ARE THE BEST!
Join us for four mornings of nature adventures led by naturalist Marshal Case, volunteer and naturalist for the Trust for Wildlife, assisted by Stephanie Spring, teacher at Twin Valley Elementary School.
Nature Adventures will focus on exploring woods, fields, and waterways, examining native plants and animals. Come learn and appreciate the food chains and habitats of the forest.
All children in Halifax, Whitingham, Readsboro and Wilmington are being invited to participate, though the program is geared toward students entering grades 1 – 8. Participants should show up in clothes suitable for exploring the outdoors in hilly terrain.
Nature Adventures is sponsored by Trust for Wildlife and offered at no charge!
Dates: Monday, July 31 – Thursday, August 3
Time: 9 – 12
Place: Johnson Nature Preserve, Woodard Road, Halifax Center
To enroll your child, or to get directions to the camp, e
mail Stephanie, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the following information:
Name and age of child
Parent email and phone number
Click the link below for Act 46 Informational Meeting and
Special School District Meeting Warning
The Windham Southwest Supervisory Union
Act 46 Study Committee’s Final Report and
Articles of Agreement can be viewed at
Windham Southwest Supervisory Union–Act 46 Final Report
The following appointed positions remain open in Halifax:
Council on Aging Representative
Green-Up, Vermont Coordinator
Energy Conservation Officer
These are all one-year appointments. If you would be interested in
serving the Town of Halifax in any of these capacities,
please call, write, or speak to a Selectboard member,
the secretary, or the Town Clerk.
Lewis Sumner, 368-2824, email@example.com
Mitchell Green, 368-0029, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bradley Rafus, 368-7378, email@example.com
Robbin Gabriel, 368-2590, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patty Dow, 368-7390, email@example.com
The school newsletter is posted at Events under “School Happenings”.
See the two links below for Vermont unclaimed property
information and a Halifax list of names.
Beginning April 5th 2017, the Halifax Listers will be in the office on
Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., rather than on Mondays.
It is advised you call in advance, as at times the Listers are
out on inspections.
Mary Brewster / Kattie Russ / Tina Blais