Coyah Mosher Appointed to The Montpelier Foundation Board

Ed Flanagan, Chair of the Board, announced Mayor Anne Watson recently appointed Montpelier High School sophomore, Coyah Mosher to the board of The Montpelier Foundation. Coyah is an accomplished student with interest in the preforming arts and drama. She has studied with the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Coyah is a member of Montpelier High School’s Masque Program, Student Council and the Restorative Practices group.

Flanagan noted Montpelier High School sponsors Solons on Boards, an initiative to engage more young adult voices, ideas and energies with the work of Montpelier’s committees and boards. Students who want to make meaningful civic contributions and have a voice in our community are welcome to contact Matt McLane at MHS to express interest.

The Montpelier Foundation enhances the community’s ability to make valuable capital improvements to improve the quality of life for local residents and visitors. Created in 1994, donations and bequests support projects that provide long term public benefits in Montpelier.

Tax-deductible contributions to the fund are administered and overseen by the Montpelier Foundation Board of Trustees. For more information: www.montpelierfoundation.org

To donate, gifts may be made by check and should be made to the Montpelier Foundation and sent to Montpelier Foundation, PO Box 364, Montpelier, VT 05601. To discuss other methods of giving, please contact Foundation chair Ed Flanagan.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Ed Flanagan – flanagan@pointfm.com

April 5, 2021