Nancy Hill of Greensboro elected to Vermont Historical Society Board

in Greensboro/News/Vermont

GREENSBORO — The Vermont Historical Society elected Nancy Hill of Greensboro for a three-year term on its Board of Trustees at the organization’s annual meeting on September 27.

Nancy is a native of Greensboro and a graduate of the University of Vermont. She is active with the Greensboro Historical Society and facilitated their acquisition of a collection documenting the Hill family of Greensboro that had been assembled by her late husband, Lewis Hill.

She also is engaged with environmental issues in her community, working as a commissioner for the District 7 Environmental Commission and serving as a founder of the Greensboro Land Trust.

Nancy is currently married to Clive Gray, who is also involved in many community activities in Greensboro 7.

The Vermont Historical Society preserves the past, informs the present and promotes Vermont’s shared legacy for future generations. Their mission is to reach a broad audience through their outstanding collections, statewide outreach, and dynamic programming.

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