Thank you to all the volunteers who have lent a hand!

Over the last year, volunteers have helped with: mailings, grant writing, fundraising, installing basement insulation, cutting dead trees, removing old tangled wire fencing, replacing sheep fence, mowing the lawn, raking, seeding and mulching, digging out blackberry bushes, weed whacking, wiping down walls, washing woodwork, vacuuming and washing floors, removing mouse nests, organizing events, consulting, planting and helping in many other ways!

We invite you to help bring the Schoolhouse back to life by supporting it with your time, talent, ideas, and energy. If you would like to join us, please send an email to: vtrootschoolhouse@gmail.com.

Recent volunteers included: Roger Arnold, Samantha Candon, Bill Clauson, Nancy Cressman, Bridget Cushman, Paul Derksen, Courtney Dobyns, Hogwash Farm, Tom Johnson, Rye Keller, Joyce Knights, Nancy LaRowe, Jean Lawe, John Lawe, Stephen Lawe, Spencer Lawe, Mary Layton, Nancy Osgood, Morgan Peach, Sam Scheu, Tricia Spellman, David Taplin, Carla Vincent, Suzie Wallis, Heidi Webster, Lorrie Wilkes, Leah Wolk-Derksen, and Dave Yesman.

Thanks to the leaders and volunteers of the Root Schoolhouse over the years: Jean and George Astley, Wendy Beck, Peter Brink, Ken and Lisa Cadow, Brian Cook, Irma Cook, Ruth and Sidney Cook, Kristen Graham and Tom Hulleberg, Calvin and Joyce Knights, Barbara and Robert, Fred Ladd, John and Jean Lawe, Suzanne Lupien, Deb Martins, John Vincent, Suzie Wallis, and the Boy Scouts.  There have been many many more people since 1952 not mentioned here but all are deeply appreciated!  Some of those individuals are gone but not forgotten.

The Root Schoolhouse Board, May 2021

2021 Board Members: (Front row, R-L): Courtney Dobyns, President; Jean Law; Mary Layton, Vice-President. (Back Row, R-L): John Lawe; Nancy Cressman; Tricia Spellman, Treasurer; Carla Vincent, Secretary; Nancy LaRowe. (Not pictured: Suzie Wallis.)

A special thanks to the present and past members of the board who have dedicated their time and energy to the restoration project.