May Newsletter

Mills Community House Association

Thank you so much for the outpouring of support for our brick fundraiser! The first batch of bricks have been ordered and installation will begin this summer. More information on how to order your brick can be found below and on our website.

We are expanding and growing to further our mission of stewarding the historic Mills Community House as a venue for events and services that enrich lives. You can join us for events and also as a volunteer!

Kristin Fleetwood

Executive Director

Are you interested in becoming a Mills Community House volunteer?

Building Care Crew Member

​There is a broad range of upkeep that comes with maintaining a historic building. Custodial, maintenance, and renovation projects are scheduled on an "as needed" basis. You'll receive email communication indicating the type of work and time frame.

Event Assistance

The Mills Community House is host to a broad range of public and private events. Many of these involve different configurations of our chairs and banquet tables. Event assistance would be scheduled on an "as needed" basis.

Fundraising Manager

This is an area where we would like to increase our expertise and efforts. We would like to reinvigorate our capital campaign to address elevator and infrastructure updates including ADA compliant access to the building.

Grant Manager

Doing the research necessary to identify available and applicable grants and then applying for those grants. We are happy to have you serve on a single project or on an ongoing basis.

Bookkeeping Assistant

The assistant bookkeeper will work with our current treasurer. The position has the ability to evolve based on the skills and interest you bring to the table. Specific duties can be worked out between the volunteer and the treasurer.

Butterfly and Pollinator Garden Tiles

If you have not had a chance to yet, please stop by during one of our events or during open office hours to see the beautiful tiles done by local artist, Trish Early.

Our mission is to provide stewardship and promotion of the historic Mills Community House as a venue for events and services that enrich lives.

The Mills Community House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and receives no taxpayer funding; operating costs are partially supported by the interest from a small endowment fund, very modest rental fees, and annual contributions (tax deductible) from residents (both year ‘round and seasonal).
More than a century of the Mills Community House

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