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On the radio with Heather Hobart and Roland Lajoie: September 2021

LRC relies on its volunteers to achieve its mission. Each year many local residents contribute countless hours to support fundraising events and restorative activities. Volunteering at LRC is a unique and rewarding way to serve your community and your neighbors.

All interested volunteers should fill out this appliction form and then fax the completed form to (802) 888-5400 or contact Kate Ryan 888-5871 or  Once Kate has received your application she’ll be in touch to set up a time for you to visit LRC to talk about what volunteer opportunities are available and the process of becoming a volunteer.

Introduction to Restorative Justice

Monday November 1st – 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Lamoille County Location or via Zoom

Please join Rob Cary and Emilie Manchester from the Lamoille Restorative Center (LRC) for a discussion about the key principles and foundational tools of Restorative Justice (RJ). Participants will learn the basics of a circle process, how RJ can be applied to supporting people in our community who have caused and/or experienced harm. This training can be utilized by all providers who work with people first hand or if you have any interest in becoming an LRC volunteer!

A free copy of Howard Zehr’s “The Little Book of Restorative Justice” will be available for free to the first 25 registrants.

The Little Book of Restorative Justice: Revised and Updated (Justice and  Peacebuilding): Zehr, Howard: 9781561488230: Books