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Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH) invites members of the community to attend the annual Memorial Service at the Remembrance Bench in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery on Monday, October 21 at 1 p.m. This service is for anyone who has experienced the death of a baby or child, or supported someone who has.

A free family community dinner held recently was made possible by the combined efforts of Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH), Northeast Kingdom Community Action Parent Child Center (NEKCA PCC), Rural Community Transportation (RCT), Building Bright Futures, the NVRH Community Improvement Fund and a Vermont Community Foundation’s Spark! Connecting Community grant,


ST. JOHNSBURY — Representatives from the Caledonia Trail Collaborative (CTC), Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH), the Town of St. Johnsbury, the owners of Real Life Adventures, LLC and several community members attended a ribbon cutting and walking tour of a new, human-powered recreational trail at NVRH on Tuesday.

ST. JOHNSBURY — Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital is now accepting applications for the NVRH Community Health Fund grant. Up to $17,500 in funds is available for programs and services that promote well-nourished, well-housed, mentally and physically healthy and financially secure communities.