Directors Anna Edson and Tamara Stenn will be in the Co-op, ready and willing to take your feedback and questions.
Directors Jerelyn Wilson and Jim Barker will be available to take questions and comments in the store on Monday, November 11th, 4:30-6:30pm.
From the Board’s November 4 meeting:
The Board of Directors meeting scheduled for Monday, December 3, 2019, has been cancelled due to snowstorm. Stay tuned for the new date in the coming days.
Anna Edson and Skye Morse will be in the store on Wednesday, October 23rd from 8-10am to take your questions and comments. Stop by and say hi, whether your a shareholder at the Brattleboro Co-op or not!
Brattleboro Food Co-op Shareholders are welcome to attend these monthly meetings. Please contact SarahB@brattleborofoodcoop.coop in advance if you would like to come!
Come visit your Co-op and have a chat with Board Members Judy Fink and Mary Bené. Ask questions, offer comments, let them know your co-op perspectives.
Stop by our Co-op on Thursday the 18th to chat with two of our wonderful board members. It’s a great time to ask questions – board elections are coming up soon! And don’t forget our Annual Meeting on November 9th.
I’m just completing the final year of my first 3-year term on the BFC Board of Directors, this time around. It’s very interesting to think back to my prior service on the Board back in the early 2000’s. At that time the Co-op was being lured out to Putney Rd. to fill an empty box store space. Kudos to the Cassidy brothers of BAST Corporation whose offer to sell the shopping plaza property to the Co-op turned us from renters into owners. That’s what made the numbers work in support of remaining in the downtown space. Now the Co-op is well-rooted as a downtown anchor. I for one wouldn’t want to imagine downtown Brattleboro without the Co-op walking distance from the residential and commercial core of our town. Over time it’s easy to take significant things for granted and forget the challenges we worked through to get to where we are today.
Family Friendly Event. Join us for some FREE local ice cream by Walpole Creamery, music, clowning, and a chance to learn about local family-based organizations. Donations will be accepted to support KidsPLAYce and the Boys & Girls Club, at the Whetstone Pathway, right in front of the Co-op. Free for everyone! Saturday, July 28th, 12pm-3pm, rain date Saturday 29th
Family Friendly Event. Join us for some FREE local ice cream from Walpole Creamery, music, clowning, and a chance to learn about local family-based organizations. Donations will be accepted to support KidsPLAYce and the Boys & Girls Club, at the Whetstone Pathway, right in front of the Co-op. Free for everyone! Saturday, July 28th, 12pm-3pm – rain date Sunday, July 29th
The Brattleboro Food Co-op Staff and Board of Directors are pleased to announce the 2nd annual Ice Cream Social, to be held on Saturday, July 28th on the Whetstone Pathway, across from the Co-op, from 12 – 3 p.m. This community-building event was a great success last year, generating awareness and support of local kid-centered organizations.