Norwich Community Nurse
Build a Bat House! Plant a Garden! And more! Kids ages 10-14
All kids, ages 10-14, across the Upper Valley are invited to build a bat house or plant a garden in honor of Earth Day and to care for our environment. Bat houses and seeds are provided for free in recognition of your activism and devotion to a cause beyond yourself!
Join a Zoom meeting on Sunday (5/3) at 5PM with other kids to learn more and select your project. If you can’t make the meeting, you can still participate!
RSVP: Contact Danielle Taylor to sign up, learn more, and get the Zoom info: email@example.com.
Thanks for making a difference, kids! Your ideas and actions matter!
The “Kids Make a Difference” project is sponsored by the Norwich Congregational Church and a grant from Mt. Ascutney Hospital and the VT Department of Health.
Youth Advisory Council, Next meeting Wednesday at 3pm. For Youth, by Youth. Grades 6 - 12
Youth Advisory Council. The Council will convene again on Wednesday, May 6th at 3:00 pm after our inspiring 1st meeting. Please fill out the online form and we will send meeting connection instructions. All are welcome to join in now. We are an inclusive group.
All teens of Norwich are invited to an informational meeting to learn more about a Norwich Youth Advisory Council. This teen-led Council will be tasked with shining a light on what Norwich can do to involve teenagers in town. Do you want more planned activities? A dedicated space? Just to be left alone? We want to hear it all! Representatives from the library, the Recreation Department, and other community organizations will be on deck to listen to your ideas and help support your decisions. These events are sponsored by Norwich Recreation in partnership with the Norwich Library with funding via a Grant through Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center and The VT Department of Health.
We have drafted a quick survey to start to the discussion and to get to know one and another a bit before our meeting.
Please fill out the following form or youth their parents should fill out the form: https://
Roger Arnold, Community Engagement Librarian will be sending zoom link and meeting information upon completion of this online form.
For questions, contact myself or Brie Swenson Recreation Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please share widely and invite friends to join in.
American Red Cross Blood Shortage
COVID-19 has temporarily disrupted normal life in many communities, but the need for blood hasn’t changed. The American Red Cross has implemented several enhanced blood donations protocols in the interest of safety, and there is an urgent and critical need for volunteers to support these protocols.
A new volunteer opportunity, Blood Donor Screener, will help pre-screen blood donors entering drives or donation centers.
IASC MHPSS RG children's storybook 'My Hero is You - How kids can fight COVID-19!'