Community Member. Former member of the Rockingham SelectBoard. Active in many community organizations including the Greater Falls Warming Shelter.
Membership Level: Individual
Cambridgeport, VT 05154 USA
Community Members since 1978,
Betty is active in the BF Woman’s Club, and the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of VT. She volunteers at Central Elementary School and currently is President of VT. Mothers and Moderator at the United Church of Bellows Falls. She has served on the Rockingham Free Public Library Board of Trustees and Friends of the Library, and on the board of Our Place Drop-in Center.
Hugh was the Superintendent in 1978, Director of the Bellows Falls Rotary and Principal Officer of the Bellows Falls Senior Center.
Both are Terrier Hall of Fame Inductee’s.
“Born, grew up and aged in Bellows Falls, a real place with a real downtown. BFHS class of 1970. For over 25 years worked at Basketville in Putney. Represented Rockingham in the Vermont General Assembly for 39 years, six years as Speaker of the House. Presently works for the Vermont Agency of Transportation and resides in Montpelier, VT.”
Membership Level: Individual
Montpelier, VT 05602-4218 USA
A space for local artists to display and sell their handmade wares since 1975. Run by members, staffed by members. Containing pottery, quilts, prints, wood products, wrought iron, stone and wood lamps and pencil cases, jewelry, hand knits, silk and wool scarves, children’s clothes, cards, pine needle baskets, toys, leather, glassware, stationery and much much more!
The River Artisans Cooperative, formerly known as the Jelly Bean Tree was created in 1975 by a group of local artists and crafts people in Saxtons River, Vermont. For over 38 years the shop was located in the Main Street Arts building in Saxtons River.
In 2013, the shop moved down the street and was renamed. In September of 2017, it moved to its present location in Downtown Bellows Falls on the square in between The Rock & Hammer and Village Square Booksellers. There is still parking right out front! The shops operating expenses come from display fees, commissions on sales, fundraisers and member contributed items. Next time you’re looking for a special gift, consider buying a handcrafted item from one of our artists at River Artisans Cooperative.
HOURS: Closed Tuesday and Wednesdays. OPEN Thursdays – Mondays 11-5
Check out December 9, 2020 Live FEED on River Artisans Cooperative featuring Caitlin Pollack and Leslie Lassetter
Debra A. Craigue: Acrylic painting on recycled wood barrel staves, shingles, fences. Also cards from original art work. firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Cooney-Moore: items made from reclaimed wood
Roxane Blake: Nuno-felting (Wool into Silk) Scarves and Woolie collars, and other felted items
Leslie Lassetter: drawings, stationery
Fred McKenney wrought iron products and rocks. See Fred on the FEED!