Peter Lyon - President - email@example.com
Donna Robinson - Vice President - firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Keis - Secretary - email@example.com
Deborah Doscinski - Treasurer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Robinson - Admin/Tech Support
The Groton Community Club was originally a Parent/School club like a PTA. When the national PTA became an official
organization and started requiring membership dues and adopted specific rules, the Groton group broke off and
formed the Community Club to stay independent and flexible to their own school's needs. As of January 1st 2021, the Groton
Community Club has reorganized to become the Groton Community Club Cooperative Company, a State of Vermont registered non-profit.
This change will allow the organization to more efficiently fund raise to support educational opportunities for Blue Mountain School
high school seniors that reside in Groton as well as projects in the village of Groton. The Groton Community Club Cooperative
Compmnay currently meets on an as needed basis.
The Groton Community Club Cooperative Company sponsors the annual chicken pie supper, the town Christmas tree, swimming lessons at Boulder Beach on Lake Groton, library programs at the Groton Public Library, financial support for Groton's Blue Mountain School graduating seniors as well as other projects in the community as resources are available. Chicken Pie Supper Reservation Form...
The Groton Community Club Cooperative Company conducts one fundraiser each year, which is the Chicken Pie Supper held during the Groton Fall Foliage Festival. The Community Club, realizing the importance of continuing education and the associated cost, uses the proceeds from this event to provide financial support for Groton children graduating from Blue Mountain Union School. Each Spring, during Blue Mountain Union Schools's award ceremony, The Community Club presents a certificate to Groton students which can be redeemed to help with enrollment in college or technical school or to help pay for any continuing education program. For more information you may contact our Treasurer by email: email@example.com
The Groton Community Club Cooperative Company has provided support for a number of small, yet important community projects
over the years. When the club has resources remaining after we have met our financial obligations, we have purchased, new tables
and chairs for the Community Building, Curtains for the Community Building stage, storage area renovations and along with donations
from community members, installed flag pole light and power supply at the intersection of Scott Highway and Powder Spring Road.
The Community Club is always looking for projects that benefit the community to support. If any Groton resident has a project
to suggest, please let us know.
by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Groton is one of six towns of the Northeast Kingdom which cordially invites you to visit at Fall Foliage time. Each town has its Festival day and the first Saturday in October is Groton's Fall Foliage Festival. A highlight of Groton's Fall Foliage Festival is the Lumberjack Breakfast at the Methodist Church. This year's Breakfast will be served "buffet" style from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM. Another highlight is the world famous Chicken Pie Supper at the Groton Community Building where servings start at 4:30 pm and serve every hour on the half hour until 7:30 pm and of course, take outs are available.
Chicken pies are prepared by community volunteers in their own kitchens. Drivers are then sent out to collect the finished pies. Yet another group of volunteers are in the Community Building kitchen preparing all of the side dishes of vegetables, squash and the like. More volunteers are upstairs in the Community Building gym decorating and setting up tables and chairs. Groton's Fall Foliage Festival and Chicken Pie Supper is truely a community event. Chicken Pie Supper Reservation Form...