The Town of Mont Vernon needs a WELFARE ADMINISTRATOR.
The job includes but is not limited to: Determining qualification for benefits, assisting applicants with State and Federal Aid, developing budgets, working with SHARE and other local welfare offices. Must be able to attend State Training sessions and conduct home visits. Confidentiality is a must.
This is an elected position and the stipend is $1000.00 annually.
The HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION is short two members. This group keeps the "Old World Charm" in our down town area. Any homeowner desiring to make an architectual change to their buildings must come before the Commission. Meetings are as needed. This is a great way to get involved with minimal time constraints. PLEASE VOLUNTEER TODAY!
Retirement Open House for Chief Kyle Aspinwall
Saturday, June 22 at 1 pm
Mont Vernon Village School
The Town of Mont Vernon will be hosting an open house at the Village School on Saturday, June 22 at 1 pm in honor of Police Chief Kyle Aspinwall who is retiring from law enforcement at the end of the month.
Chief Aspinwall, 46, has spent more than 20 years serving the people of New Hampshire first as an officer in Waterville Valley, then with the Amherst Police Department before joining the New Hampshire State Police. He was named Chief of the Mont Vernon Police Department in 2008 and saw the community through some of its most difficult days. Chief Aspinwall is now retiring from law enforcement and beginning a new career in the private sector.
Residents of local communities, members of law enforcement and emergency services, friends and family are all invited to help Mont Vernon celebrate Chief Aspinwall’s service to the people of NH and to wish him well as he embarks on his new journey.
Folks are invited to stop by the open house throughout the afternoon to bid Chief Aspinwall farewell and a special ceremony marking the Chief’s achievements will be held at 2 pm.
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information contact Laurie Brown at the Town of Mont Vernon at 673-6080 or Nancy Foster at 864-9443.
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INFORMATION: The town of Mont Vernon is located in the hills of south-central New Hampshire, in the New England region of the United States. The town still maintains a very rural character while offering proximity to the cultural and recreational activities of the New England area.
Mont Vernon borders the northwestern side of the Town of Amherst. The town is only a short drive to Manchester or Nashua from Mont Vernon and Boston is 59 miles away. It is considered a suburban New Hampshire town with many rural qualities. Mont Vernon has one school – the Mont Vernon Village (Elementary) School, which serves kindergarten to sixth grade. Other students who attend public school go to Amherst Middle School or Souhegan High School. A Board of Selectmen governs the town of 2,347 residents. Mont Vernon also has a police department and an "On Call" fire department. The Mont Vernon Historical Society Museum is located upstairs in the Town Hall. There are many beautiful hiking trails, and lots of open land that the residents use for fishing, hunting, cross country skiing etc... Purgatory Falls is only accessable by foot, and is beautiful any time of the year.
HISTORY: The Town of Mont Vernon incorporated itself in 1803 after it split from the Town of Amherst. Many of the town’s residents thought the distance to the Amherst Courthouse was too far to travel for town meetings, thus the community members decided to form their own town. It is said that the name Mont Vernon derives from Mount Vernon in Virginia, the home of President George Washington. The drop of the letter “u” in the name has been disputed over the years and until the 1920s there was still some disagreement. In the late 1800s, Mont Vernon was a resort town for Boston residents retreating to the mountains of New Hampshire. However, with the invention of the automobile and the financial hardships stemming from Great Depression, Mont Vernon’s many resort hotels lost appeal and are no longer in existence. Today, Mont Vernon hosts two annual celebrations: “Lamson Farm Day” which celebrates the town’s agricultural history and the “Mont Vernon Spring Gala.”
(the preceeding was taken from nh.com website)
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