C.I.D.E.R. Transportation Manager Deb Piché and Robert Ostermeyer, Director of Franklin-Grand Isle Community Action Agency and Northwest Vermont Family Foods with the bags of groceries going out on our “Food Shelf on Wheels”.
THE Hole! Robin points to the first test pit where we found the potential for a septic system that will serve a planned affordable senior housing project in South Hero. It took 15 years to match a site (behind the new Champlain Islands Health Center) with the required septic capacity. The 30 unit independent living, mixed income housing known as Bayview Crossing is now completed as of Fall '22 and is now the home office of C.I.D.E.R.!
We are proud to be a funded partner with the United Way of Northwest Vermont. United Way funds provide critical support for our Transportation and Neighbor Meals Programs.
A set of adaptive stairs and our 115th Home Accessibility and Safety project.
The REAL boss at C.I.D.E.R. our mascot and spokes-chicken Thelma, calling the shots from the great beyond
Lee English and Mary Jane Wirsing entertaining the meal site guests with a little ukulele music.
We’ve Moved! Irene Falby re-painted the C.I.D.E.R. sign that stood above the porch at our old office. Ed Smith built the sign for us not long after we moved in the building on RT 2 in 2005 and has repaired and repainted it twice since then. The sign will now hang on the wall in our brand new office at 12 Carter Lane