Coalition Meeting on June 10

Coalition Meeting – Friday, June 10, at Parks Place 12-1:30 PM
What are Strengths-based approaches to working with people and communities? What does that mean for our every day lives?  Join us for a discussion with Emilie Kornheiser, Bellows Falls Promise Communities Coach, as we learn and share ideas about our Coalition as a Strengths-Based organization. Parks Place, lunch provided.

ACE Award Nominations 2016

This is your chance to nominate a diligent and deserving individual whom you feel is an unsung hero and an asset to the community, quietly affecting change and contributing to the quality of life in our community! 
Submission deadline is Friday, June 24, 2016.  Award will be presented at our July BBQ.  Click on this link to nominate someone: ACE Award Nominations 2016ACE Playing card

Exploring Natural Highs – Nature Walk


Come enjoy a relaxing walk in the woods lead by Naturalist Kimberly Galandak-O’Connor. Join our conversation about building a healthier community! This is a great opportunity to get connected and meet inspiring and inspired people. Following the walk we will have a delicious picnic dinner.

Dress comfortably for the weather with a water bottle. Delicious food is provided but feel free to bring a blanket or chairs. No pets please, We don’t want to scare any wildlife!

Roots on the River: Smoke-Free Event

In this edition, Roots On The River producer Ray Massucco talks about why his Smoke-Free Event is great for families and kids.
If you would like your very own Smoke-Free Zone sign, contact Greater Falls Connections at or or call us at 802-463-9927.

Thanks to all the following businesses, schools, and public places that participated:
Vermont Festivals, LLC
Greater Falls Pharmacy
Rockingham Medical Group
Lisai’s Market
Shona Grill
Windham Northeast Supervisory Union (WNESU)
Rockingham Parks and Recreation
Rockingham Free Public Library
Thanks to FACT TV and Alex Stradling for filming this video. Thanks to Eileen Katchen for the great photography work. Video edited by Scott Sharland and Dominic Farinoli.

Parent Up Vermont

PARUP_SUPPORTER_BUTTONVermont parents know it’s important to have conversations with their kids about alcohol and drug use. It’s important for parents to remember that it’s not just the questions you ask, but it also depends on how you ask the questions. – See more at: