Community News

Hello Waverly Community! We hope you are all well and enjoying Fall. The Waverly Community Board agreed that since a physical space is not readily available, and since there are many unknowns about upcoming flu season combined with Covid conditions, and many of our community members are in at-risk categories, the Board will postpone the Annual Meeting until November 2021. The current Board of Directors will therefore be retained with officers* remaining in the same positions, pending any...
Joe Brummer, Assoc. Prof of CSU Soil & Crop Sciences will present info on dryland pasture management in free webinar on Aug. 12, 7-8:30 pm. Registration is required. https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsf-6qpjkjHtISRwF-56XcNxFKFz8DP_62  Click View tab for flyer.
Hello Waverly Folks, We thought a short update on community things would be a good idea since normal communication is so strange and different this year. The Waverly Community Board has met twice this year, once in January, and again in June. Very little is up for discussion right now, other than 1.The updating of the Wellington Comp Plan; 2. The changing of ownership of the Waverly School; and 3. Where and what community meetings/events will be held this year. Minutes from...
The Waverly Community Board decided at the June 22, 2020 meeting that we could not confidently host the Pancake Breakfast this year due to uncertainties about Covid and going about making sure we could put on a safe event. So, like many other events in the area, we look forward to next year!! We will miss everyone and wish you well in the meantime.
Waverly resident and Soldias Farms owner, George Wallace has written a delightful book of poetry and other writings now published by Wolverine Farm Publishing. Illustrated by local artist, Nina Judson Crespo, it offers a wonderful variety of  reflections about rural life and life in general. Great summer reading! Order online at https://www.wolverinefarm.org/publishing/our-publications/#specialty or stop by their Letter Press and Publick House at 316 Willow in Old Town. The author and...