Lincoln news for Sept. 9
LINCOLN — Lincoln Mentoring is a program that develops relationships between caring adults and children. It enhances community by bringing together townspeople of different ages, backgrounds and interests — all who value connection and acceptance.
Does this sound intriguing? Mentors can be anyone over 18 years old who can commit to spending four hours a month with a young mentee. Mentees can be any child between five and 13 years old.
If you are interested in mentoring or would like a mentor for your child, please contact Anna Howell at [email protected]
Many thanks to the current Lincoln Mentors and for those interested — come join us! Our first gathering of mentors for training and fun is on the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Have you thought about getting involved with the Town government but not sure how to do it? The Town of Lincoln is seeking volunteers for the following important positions: Delegate for the Communications Union District (for broadband in Addison County), Energy Coordinator, Health Officer (has a small stipend), Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment and Town Report Committee.
Please send a Letter of Interest and a resume to: Town of Lincoln, 62 Quaker St., Lincoln VT 05443, Attn: Ann Moreau-Kensek, Selectboard Assistant, or email [email protected] and include the position in which you’re interested in the subject line. For more information, job descriptions, and questions, please contact Ann at the email address above or call her at 453-2980.
Until next time … Positivity Always Wins. Try To Be A Rainbow In Someone’s Cloud. The Past Is A Place Of Reference, Not A Place Of Residence.
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