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Community Service

There is no better way to feel like a part of your community than to help your should find these opportunities fulfilling, and may very well broaden your horizons, as you're on your path of self-discovery.  

Community Service

Community Service FORMS may be downloaded below.


Current Opportunities
The Lucas James Williams Memorial Youth Fund, Ltd, is hosting their annual Haunted House at the Pavilion in Bakersfield (38 Waterville Mtn Rd).  Rosalie Williams is the POC, her number is 802-933-4512.  She is looking for students to help with construction and set-up prior to the event.  For that, they are working after school from 4-7 pm, and on weekends from 2-7.  The event itself will take place on Saturday, October 29th, from 7-10pm.  Rosalie is also looking for people for that event itself - anyone that might want to participate in a skit, or otherwise volunteer in some capacity. 

Hi! My name is Alisa Martin and in addition to working at EES, I am currently the Enosburg Town Band director. Ellen Stanley mentioned that you might be able to let students know that they can receive community service hours for their participation in band. That would be great! The town band will be rehearsing in the music room at EES on Tuesdays at 7 PM beginning on November 1 up until the Christmas Concert, which is scheduled for December 11 at 2 PM.  New members are more than welcome!

Community Wide Trunk or Treat that is happening on Saturday October 29th from 2-4 p.m.  I am looking for volunteers to help run the games and help overall for this to be a successful event.  I would like volunteers from 1-5 p.m. - Brenda Stanley, Director, Enosburgh Public Library -

The Opera House is having a 130yr celebration on October 8th and we are in need of food servers for this event. It would be nice to highlight area students in this project so we are reaching out to the three of you. We need firm commitments from at least 12 students. We would need them to arrive around 5:30 and would be done approximately at 8:30 pm. We would introduce them and highlight them as local area students. Attire would be black bottoms and white shirts (no sweat pants, t-shirts, or leggings), or we would accommodate JROTC uniform, honors society-identified shirts, or DECA-related attire.

ONGOING Community Service:
St. Albans:  The Franklin County Humane Society welcomes volunteers.  Tasks range from animal care, to office help, to yardwork and shelter maintenance.  Download the application (PDF attached at the bottom of this page).
Enosburg, Bakersfield:   My name is Sam Willey and I am the Building Bright Futures liaison for Enosburg, Richford, and Bakersfield. I would love to offer community service opportunities to students who help out at our events.  Contact Sam Willey, Enosburg, Richford, & Bakersfield Liaison, Building Bright Futures, (802) 370-4797.

Fairfield: There may be volunteer options at the Fairfield Community Center.  They need students to do activities with children.  Please contact Desiree Murphy at 827-4477.

Enosburg: The Enosburgh Public Library is looking for student technology tutors who are willing to teach library patrons basic programs, apps, and Internet use.  Stop by or call 933-2328.

Montgomery: The Montgomery Public Library would welcome student volunteers  Contact the librarian at 326-3113.

Enosburg: The Enosburg Food Shelf needs volunteers to help distribute food on Thursdays from 3-5pm at the Masonic Lodge (near the park). There will be an adult present and we will fill out the proper paperwork crediting students for their time. Students would not have to report every Thursday--maybe once a month.

Community Service Coordinator:
Colonel Robert Monette - [email protected]