Jericho Underhill Social Club

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As the name implies, it is a social group that started 50+ years ago by parents of school age children in the area looking to have some inexpensive fun without the children. As partners have left behind widows and widowers, the group changed its name to reflect the new reality. Even though current membership is a similar age, there are no age requirements. Over the years the group has frequently met in the Underhill Town Hall as well as the Community Center and various church basements. My husband and I learned of the group shortly after moving to Jericho in 1991. We saw this as a great way to meet people and learn about our community. It is made up of members from Underhill and Jericho with diverse backgrounds and interests.









As the name implies, it is a social group that started 50+ years ago by parents of school age children in the area looking to have some inexpensive fun without the children. As partners have left behind widows and widowers, the group changed its name to reflect the new reality. Even though current membership is a similar age, there are no age requirements. Over the years the group has frequently met in the Underhill Town Hall as well as the Community Center and various church basements. My husband and I learned of the group shortly after moving to Jericho in 1991. We saw this as a great way to meet people and learn about our community. It is made up of members from Underhill and Jericho with diverse backgrounds and interests.









  • Group Event March 20th at 6 p.m.

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    10 Mar 2020
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    EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED :The officers host the first event of the year, an organizational meeting, to put together the groups responsible for the other events of the year. This where you get to really know the other members in a small group setting to plan an event. The club has held road rallies counting cows and trying to identify unusual farm equipment along the way, rented a school bus for an historical tour in Underhill, dinner in a sugar shack, trips to the VYO, Lyric Theater, Hyde Park Opera House performances, wildflower walks, discussions from the Vermont Genealogy society, a Gary Irish photographic then and now as well as many other kinds of events. We also anonymously sponsor a BRMS family in need at Christmas.

    This year’s event is Friday March 20 at 6pm in the Jericho Town Hall. Cost is $2.50 pp for annual dues, helps defray out of pocket costs is an event costs more than budgeted, and $7.50 pp for the dinner. This year’s theme is Vermont: Hidden Treasures/ Favorite Places. Bernie Paquette and Maeve Kim will show photos and talk about paddling in Vermont. Please bring an appetizer, side dish or dessert to share using a Vermont ingredient. Please be advised the Jericho Town Hall does not have a stove. The break room has a refrigerator, microwave and a toaster oven. The committee will provide ham, baked beans, brown bread and drinks.

    RSVP is required for planning purposes!

    Send fee to Richard Hawley, 153 Beartown Rd., Underhill, Vt. 05485

    For all other questions contact Catherine McMains, (catherine.mcmains@gmail.com) current president.