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Elder Housing with Dignity

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RACDC Provides Affordable Housing for 200 Vermonters

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Boston Federal Reserve Bank comes to Randolph House

Photo courtesy of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Randolph House was happy to welcome President Susan Collins and other visiting staff with the Boston Federal Reserve bank this past Wednesday to meet with the White River Valley Collaborative, a group of organizations responding to regional housing issues under the Fed’s Working Community Challenge program and a grant from the State of Vermont. A resident of Randolph House, described his own experiences living in this community and the importance of affordable housing to his life. In his own words he described how Randolph House helped him. When, he had to close his businesses due to health issues. “My life changed drastically. I’ve been able to become part of the community here,” he said. “I continually deal with my health issues, but I feel hope and support in knowing I’m not alone.” To read more about this gathering click here. 


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Ann Howard RACDC SASH Coordinator interview

We interviewed our very own SASH coordinator, click to link to read her interview

Lindsay Haupt Motio Recreation Interview

We interviewed Lindsay Haupt, click the link to read more

Chelsie Brown Wee Bird Bagel Cafe Interview

We interviewed Chelsie Brown of Weebird Bagel Cafe, click the link to read more.


Upcoming Events

Wednesday, September 27, 2023 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Please join us for a family-friendly mushroom meander to the pavilion Allis State Park with Melany Kahn, author of the first-of-its-kind children's foraging book, Mason Goes Mushrooming. Cost: FREE! What to Bring: A basket, a knife, bug spray, water bottle, what ever you take on a short hike. This...

Wednesday, September 27, 2023 - 5:15pm

AJ Follensbee Windsor/Orange County Forester will lead the walk. No registration is required to join the walk. We will cover around 1.5 miles on relatively gentle terrain and conclude at dusk. The walk will start at the parking area at the Sayward Town Forest. Bring some sturdy boots and your...

Friday, September 29, 2023 - 7:30pm to 10:00pm

Blues & Beyond originated in the Burlington Vermont area as a collection of players who all attended the “Blues Jams” hosted by the (now) Vermont Blues Society. Guitarist and bandleader Timothy James initiated the concept of taking the music beyond Blues to infuse Jazz, Soul, and Lounge music.

Friday, October 6, 2023 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Enjoy live music, craft and food vendors, and a kids craft table all outdoors on Merchants Row! Jazz music by The Esoteriks. Other downtown activities include: Art Walk at participating galleries...

Friday, October 13, 2023 - 7:00pm

Bab L’ Bluz are reclaiming the blues for North Africa. Fronted by an African-Moroccan woman in a traditionally male role, the band are devoted to a revolution in attitude which dovetails with Morocco’s ‘nayda’ youth movement.

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