Sullivan County Advisory Council Meetings

Regular monthly meetings of the Extension County Advisory Councils are made up of citizens who are elected volunteers; responsibilities include advising and assisting UNH Extension in program planning.

Sullivan County Advisory Council Meetings

Generally held the 2nd Wednesday of the month (subject to change), via Zoom meetings 5-6:00 pm, from October through May.  If you would like more information or want to join a meeting, please email Penelope Whitman.

Sullivan County Advisory Council Meeting Schedule:

  • Wednesday - October 13, 2021 – 5-6pm, Kick-off the new program year, welcoming guests interested in joining the Council. More info coming, as this may be held in person, depending upon the status of the pandemic.
  • Wednesday - November 10, 2021 – 5-6 pm, Presentation TBA
  • Wednesday - December 8, 20215-6 pm, Presentation TBA
  • Wednesday - January 12, 2022 – 5-6 pm, Presentation TBA
  • Wednesday - February 9, 2022 – 5-6 pm, Presentation TBA
  • Wednesday - March 9, 2021 - 5-6 pm, Presentation TBA
  • Wednesday - April 13, 2022 – 5-6 pm, Presentation TBA  
  • Wednesday - May 11, 2022 – 5-6 pm, Presentation TBA  

Please RSVP to penelope.whitman@unh.edu prior to the scheduled meeting.  Meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice; otherwise they will be hosted at the Sullivan County Office, 24 Main St, Newport.

Prior meeting minutes available soon.

Interested in joining the Sullivan County Advisory Council?

Our UNH Cooperative Extension Sullivan County office is seeking nominations from interested citizens who live or work in Sullivan County to be members of our Sullivan County Advisory Council.  The council includes 12 citizens, and a representative of the County Commissioners and County Delegation. These advisors assist Extension program staff to evaluate current programming, identify local educational and research needs, and to consider new programming across the county.  

Nominees will ideally have a good knowledge of local community and county issues and enjoy the opportunity to offer advice on methods of program delivery and implementation. They may or may not be familiar with Extension's programs but would value an opportunity to learn about our work in Food & Agriculture, Community & Economic Development, Youth & Family, and Natural Resources. Council members serve for two-year terms and meet 6-8 times a year from October through May.

If you are interested in joining our Sullivan County Advisory Council, please don't hesitate to contact Penelope Whitman, UNH Cooperative Extension Sullivan County Office Administrator.

 

 

 

Author(s)

Penelope Whitman
Community & Economic Development Field Specialist
Asst Field Specialist
Phone: 603.8639200
Office: Cooperative Extension, Taylor Hall, Durham, NH 03824