Community Center in Jericho
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About the Community Center 
The Center was founded in the 1990's when the Jericho Center Preservation Association purchased the building for $1 when the adjacent Center School closed its doors.  At that time the building was used as the gymnasium and a classroom.

Built in the 1850's as a church, it has also housed a toy factory, and today serves the community as a gathering place.

Many hours of volunteer labor and fundraising have gone into stabilizing and improving the building for public use, and the Center hosts many fun, educational, and entertaining events.

Members of the Board

Emilie Alexander
Elizabeth Bernstein
Julia Blake
Orelyn Emerson
Erin Gravelle
Anna Smiles-Becker
June Taylor
Delight Wing

About the Jericho Preservation Association
The JCPA, a non-profit Vermont Corporation, is a charitable and educational 501C(3) organization, dedicated to the quality of life in Jericho Center.

In addition to being the owner of the Community Center building, the JCPA also holds an easement on a wooded trail and owns a one acre playing field nearby.  The JCPA has purchased picnic tables for the Green and arranged for a memorial rock garden.  Sidewalks and pedestrian crossings in Jericho Center are some of the other contributions of the Association to the community.

Members of the Board

Julia Blake
Jim Carroll
Mary Jane Dickerson 
Terry Hook 
Dennis Pearson
Gail Schermer
Bob Schermer