Pawlett Historical Society: Our monthly board meetings are held every second Thursday at 7:00 PM and are open to the public. From May through August we meet at the Chriss Monroe Chapel on Cemetery Hill Road in the Pawlet village center; from September through April our monthly meetings are at the Pawlet Public Library on School Street in the Pawlet village center. Also visit us online at http://pawletthistoricalsociety.org or see our Facebook page. 

Haystack Hustler Seniors: At all meetings we collect food for the Pawlet Food Pantry and hold our 50/50 raffle. For further information, contact Phyllis Mason at 802-325-3196.

The Crescent Valley Homemakers: Long-time members still refer to the Crescent Valley Homemakers as “Home Dem,” which was its name back  in the 1940’s when it was an educational project of the Vermont Agricultural Extension Agency, to teach young farmers’ wives through home demonstrations of making jelly or canning vegetables. It probably met a social need, too. Nowadays, we still socialize and learn, and we also like to give back to the community. We usually meet for lunch on the first Wednesday of every month except March, July and August, and we would love to extend a hearty welcome to anyone who’d like to join.  We have very informative guest speakers, and enjoy the friendship of everyone who comes. For more information, call Pat at: 802-325-3579, or email patwinsteadfry@gmail.com.

Pawlet Scholarships Committee: The Pawlet Scholarship Committee is proud to announce the scholarship recipients for 2020. We had a record number of applicants this year and are thrilled to help them pursue their educational dreams. Congratulations to Nicholas Andrus, Sean Bottomms, Adam Browe, Seth Browe, Emma Bryant, Hanna Bryant, Olivia Burnham, Ben Chilkott, Nadia Cox, Isabelle Desroches, Tom Dunbar, Pauline Evans, Gretchen Hammell, Chaeli Knapp-Wilson, Carley Lund, Julia Martin, Ethan Moore, Zoe Paige, Matthew Parker, Catherine Thrasher, Jack Thrasher, Thea Vunk, Amber Waugaman, and Morgan Williams. If you would like to make a donation to the Pawlet Scholarship Fund to help our Pawlet and West Pawlet friends and neighbors continue their education and follow their dreams, checks can be mailed to PO Box 206, Pawlet, VT 05761.

The Pawlet Scholarship Committee was founded in 1995 by West Pawlet resident Jane Rinck as her way of giving back to her community. Her generosity and vision launched what has become a vital local resource for area students of all ages. Since its inception, Pawlet Scholarships has awarded nearly $600,000 to deserving Pawlet and West Pawlet residents pursuing educational goals. And we are focused on continuing this mission in a way that can benefit even more people in the future. To learn more about how to apply for scholarships, visit https://pawletscholarships.org/.

Mettowee Makers: A growing collective of artists, artisans, food producers and businesses in Vermont’s beautiful Mettowee Valley offering handmade, food, craft, and art. Facebook Mettowee Makers or visit https://www.mettoweemakers.org/. 

Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice www.ravnah.org/
Blood Pressure & Foot Care Clinics
The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice offers monthly Blood Pressure and Foot Care Clinics. Suggested donations are $2 for blood pressure and $5 for foot care. For more information please call 775-0568 or visit http://www.ravnah.org/blood-pressure-foot-care.html. The clinic schedule is available here RAVNAHFootClinicScheduleJune2013.

Information on Assisted Living in Vermont by Caring.com 
Caring.com is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. Many seniors are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help maintain their independence and quality of life. Caring.com has created a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support, organizations, and available care options that are in every city in Vermont that can help senior citizens stay connected with their community. You can learn more here: Assisted Living in Vermont.