Coming Events

Friday 9th February 2018 - CAN-AM Hosted by Quebec

Saturday 10th February 2018 - CAN-AM Hosted by Quebec

Sunday 11th February 2018 - CAN-AM Hosted by Quebec

Saturday 24th February 2018 - Mid Winter Meeting


2017-2018 God and Country posted on 06-11-2017 10:38:00
Check out our term information at and the new Grand Officers at The Grand Chapter website calendar has been updated with the next year events Please note that information for the events will not be available until the information is received.

It is time to start thinking about General Grand Chapter In October 2018! posted on 05-04-2017 17:26:00
Vermont’s O.E.S. Trip to General Grand ChapterOrlando, FLOct. 25th to Nov. 2nd, 2018Our Worthy Grand Matron & Patron Elect Diane Tracy and Jody Small invite you to join them in this wonderful and exciting trip with lots of things to do. Note this is really far in advance so much work is being done while not much information is available to put $$$ $$$ onto plans or even make reservations or buy some of the tickets for transportation, entertainment tours or banquet food.That having been said, our Trip Coordinator, Barbara S. Coleman, P.G.M. is alerting us that rooms must be reserved very soon to be held for you and those reservations must all be done through the housing chair and not the Hotel.It is urgent that we book our rooms now even if it is only a possibility that you go at the time of the trip.Please contact Sister Barbara for more information.

Grand Chapter Special Project posted on 06-29-2016 09:31:00
The 2016-2017 Stars of Service special project is the Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI) Peer Assisted Learning & Support (PALS) group program for adults. This program allows our adult clients to cope with their vision loss surrounded by others who are facing similar challenges. Many are new to having a visual impairment, had to give up driving or hobbies due to their change in vision, and thus feel isolated and even depressed. PALS meetings enable our older clients to get together to discuss the social, emotional, and practical effects of vision loss. They discuss coping strategies, try out adaptive technology to assist with various tasks, and support one another in a social setting.PALS meetings are held twice per week in 11 different locations across the state. These meetings give our adult clients a chance to discuss the practical, social, and emotional effects of their vision loss. PALS group also gives these clients a chance to share coping strategies and socialize so they feel comfortable in their homes and communities again. They listen to guest speakers, many of whom are blind or visually impaired themselves. PALS group members also take part in activities in and around their community. These outings are important for the personal growth of our clients because they increase confidence and promote involvement in the community. Adults who participate in PALS groups become more comfortable traveling around their community and as a result a more likely to maintain their independence and sense of belonging.Worthy Grand Matron Sherrill Gould and Worthy Grand Patron James Chancey have a goal to raise $20,000 for this special project. We are off to a great start! As of June 25th we have raised $1,333.26 of which $106 is from apron sales.

Grand Chapter Trip to Washington, D.C. Cancelled posted on 06-06-2016 09:11:00
The Grand Chapter trip to Washington DC has been cancelled due to lack of lack of numbers.

5/14/2016 Temple Chapter Food Sale! posted on 05-13-2016 08:23:00
THIS SATURDAY!! 5/14/2016 Temple Chapter is having a food sale from 9 to 3 at Walmart in Williston. Proceeds to go to Relay for Life.