Finding Diversity

Each year in our Chapter’s Annual Report for the VMN program we are asked to describe our efforts in complying with the program’s guidelines to strive for diversity in our membership. The request looks like this: Civil Rights Compliance Information To comply with state and federal guidelines, we are required to document the following information…

Annual Meeting January 2017

The Headwaters Chapter held its Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 21, 2017, bringing together a great cross section of our membership for food and fellowship, learning opportunities, sharing chapter happenings and filling board positions. Chapter President Sandy Greene expresses her gratitude for everyone who helped make it a success: “Great job Judy, on the facility…

Rocky Mount Fire to be Featured at the HMN Annual Member Meeting January 21, 2017

The Headwaters Chapter is planning its annual membership meeting to be held on Saturday, January 21, 2017, 11PM-3PM at Arey Hall, Bridgewater Municipal Building, 201 Green St., Bridgewater. Snow date is Saturday, January 28th. Thanks to our Programs Committee Chair Judy Tammi for organizing this meeting! Come for a potluck, a short business meeting including…

HMN Annual Meeting

Approximately 40 Headwaters Master Naturalists convened for our 2015 Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 30, 2016. The event was postponed from the previous weekend due to a snowstorm. We met at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Thank you to outgoing Vice President and Program Committee Chair Ann Murray for organizing a productive, enjoyable and…

Ready? … Set, … Go …!

Keeping in mind the whole goal is to accurately represent our Chapter activity as a measure of our support of the VMN Program . . . here are the figures with May added. So what could these figures mean? •  In 2014, May stayed pretty much the same as April 2014.  It will be interesting…

Quixote’s Column: Back to the Future

Bylaws History for Headwaters Chapter: Back to the Future Disclaimer: the following article is written from my personal perspective.  The story it tells is from my experience and of my opinion.  Call it an editorial piece.  – RoxAnna Theiss, May 2015 So there we were October 27, 2011, finished with our assessments and getting ready…