Meets approximately three (3) times per year at a local home. Members must have an immediate family member (parent, grandparent, sibling, spouse) who has or is currently serving in the Armed Forces.
Bone Builders is an exercise group for seniors that meets Mondays and Fridays in the Municipal Center from 10:30 to 11:30am. Contact Ina Abildgaard at 368-2749 for more information.
Ambulance – Deerfield Valley Rescue, Inc. dial 911. Non-emergency (802) 464-5557
Brattleboro Area Hospice (802) 257-0775
Council on Aging/Senior Solutions (800) 642-5119
Deerfield Valley Community Cares (802) 464-5872 Susan Spengler or (802) 368-7134 Ann Herrmann
Deerfield Valley Community Partnership (802) 779-4718
Deerfield Valley Food Pantry (802) 464-0148
Health Care & Rehabilitation Services (HCRS) (802) 886-4500
Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA) (802) 722-4575
Pool Learning Center (802) 464-2500
Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire (888) 300-8853
Women’s Freedom Center (802) 254-6954
The club provides an opportunity for firearms enthusiasts and their families to enjoy a wide variety of shooting and outdoor activities. We promote education, skill development, fellowship and responsible sportsmen for ourselves and future generations.
EZ Riders Snowmobile Club is a group of volunteers that encourage snowmobiling, safe riding, and work to maintain the snowmobile trail system. If you are interested in joining please send an email to email@example.com. More information is available on their website https://www.ezriders.org
The Homemaker Demonstrations group meets on the third Wednesday of each month in the Municipal Center at noon to gather for lunch (bring a sandwich-dessert is provided). They run various programs, make Valentine boxes for shut-ins, make bibs for nursing homes, collect donations to food pantries and more. For more information contact Betty Witt at (802) 368-7765.
The Housing Rehabilitation Committee is a consortium of the towns of Halifax, Marlboro and Whitingham. It's mission is to distribute funds in low-interest loans to income-eligible residents for a variety of rehabilitation projects, ranging from septic and well installations, heating and roofing to plumbing and electrical repairs and/or upgrades.
The Committee invites the residents of their three towns who may have a necessary rehabilitation project to apply to see if they meet eligibility guidelines. Applications are available from the Town Clerk in each town. Whitingham residents needing more information should contact Linda Donaghue at (802) 368-2313 or Don McKinley at (802) 368-2376.
The Kitchen Committtee meets as needed in the Municipal Center kitchen to inspect, supervise and maintain the Municipal Center kitchen before and after community functions. Volunteers are always welcome. For more information contact Sherry Adams at (802) 368-7239 or Nancy Janovsky at (802) 368-7860.
The Ladies Aid Society meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 10am at the Jacksonville Community Church Sunday School Building (behind the church) to support the church through activities and fund raisers. For more information contact Cynthia Hicks at (802) 423-5306.
The Ladies Benevolent Society meets on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7pm at the Whitingham Community Church to raise money to help local towns people with fuel, electric and grocery assistance as needed. They prepare meals for fellowships after funerals and collect items needed for the White Cross. For more information contact Sherry Adams at (802) 368-7239 or JoAnn Brown at (802) 368-2663.
The Red Hats meet on the second Wednesday of each month for lunch to promote social and fun interaction for mature women who live alone by wearing red hats and eating out together. You must be 60 or over to join, there is no fee to join. For more information contact Jean Sarnie 368-7425.
Senior Solutions meets on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays to prepare nutritious meals for seniors of the Deerfield Valley area in the Municipal Center kitchen from 8am to approximately 3pm. For more information contact Nancy Zschirnt (802) 368-2488.
Transportation to the meals is provided, free of charge, by the Moover. To request a ride please call (802) 464-8487.
T.O.P.S. meets in the Municipal Center every Tuesday for weigh in from 6 to 6:30 pm and meeting from 6:30 to 7:30pm. T.O.P.S. is a support group to help people lose weight.
The Town Hill Committee meets as needed to address concerns/upkeep at Town Hill Park. For information contact Keith Bronson at (802) 368-7068.
The Ladies Auxillary meets at the Whitingham Fire Department when the fire horn blasts to provide food and other needed items during major fires. They also assist in search and rescue operations, host a children's Christmas Party each year and raise funds for the Fire Department. For more information contact Denise Carrier at (802) 368-2938 or Nancy Janovsky at (802) 368-7860.
The Whitingham Firemen's Association aims to save lives through monthly trainings for first responders. They meet at the Jacksonville Fire Department on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7pm. For more information contact the Fire Department at (802) 368-2900.
The Whitingham Historical Society meets in the Municipal Center three times per year in April, July and October to run historical programs for the public. The Museum, located in the center of Whitingham Village at Green Mountain Hall, is open Sundays from 2 to 4pm from July through September (or by appointment). For more information contact Stella Stevens at (802) 368-2448.
The Knit Wits meet in the Library on Tuesdays from 1 to 3pm. They are a group of knitters who gather together to enjoy each others company. Other crafters are welcome as well. For more information contact Claudia Greene at (802) 368-7755 or Willie Siedlarz at (802) 368-7811.
The Whitingham Library Book Group meets in the Library on the 2nd Monday of each month at 5pm to gather together and enjoy books. The group is open to all. Books are provided free by the library. The book list is available at www.Readwithus.com. For more information contact Johanna Robohm at (802) 368-2353 or Sara Axtel at (8020 368-7156.
The Lions Club empowers volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding. The Lions are the global leader in community and humanitarian service with 1.75 million members in over 200 countries worldwide. The local Lions Club serves Deerfield Valley Vermont.
Wings Community Programs actively engages students in experiences to help them be successful in school and in life as they grow into productive adults. For more information contact Andy Hauty at (802) 368-0000 or www.wingscommunityprograms.com.