Support Royalton Community Radio!
WFVR is a non-commercial community radio station in South Royalton, Vermont. We are an all-volunteer station and accept no advertising. Support for this station comes from donations, memberships, and underwriters.
Underwriters Supporting WFVR Community Radio
Crossroads Bar & Grill in South Royalton, VT, is a supporter of Royalton Community Radio. A chef-owned restaurant serving locally sourced food. You can check out their rotating menu and their schedule of live music by visiting their website at: www.xroadsvt.com or by calling 802-763-2002. Thank you, Crossroads, for your generosity.
We would like to thank Rebecca Beguin for her support of Royalton Community Radio.
Dandelion Acres Garden Center in Bethel, VT. Dandelion Acres is the local source for all of your gardening needs. You can stop by Dandelion Acres on Route 107 in Bethel or give them a call at 802-234-6622. Thank you Dandelion Acres for your generous support.
We would like to thank John Echeverria for his support of WFVR/RCR.
Thanks to First Branch Coffee Co. for their support of Royalton Community Radio.
Greenvest offers socially responsible investing in Vermont, with competitive returns. You can visit greenvest.eco to align your investments with you values and help make a difference.
Lynne Hadley and Lifeworks Coaching in Tunbridge, VT. For over two decades, Lynne Hadley has served her clients as an ally, coach and therapist. If you are ready to explore new possibilities in your life, you can find out more by going to lynnehadley.com or by calling 802-822-0879.
Helping Hands Database Design designs and builds custom databases for customers in Vermont and New Hampshire using FileMaker Pro software. You can visit their website at helpinghanddatabases.webs.com to learn more.
The Herald of Randolph in Randolph, VT, is our weekly paper of record in the White River Valley. The Herald is published weekly on Thursdays and can also be viewed online at ourherald.com Thank you Herald of Randolph for your support.
Howvale Farm in Tunbridge, VT supports sustainable agriculture on the First Branch of the White River. Howvale Farm is an organic dairy that has been selling raw milk and frozen beef, lamb and pork since 1995. You can learn more by going to their website at howvale.com Howvale Farm reminds you to buy local, eat fresh and drink it raw.
Hurricane Flats Organic Produce. Since 1995, Hurricane Flats has been growing and selling over 50 different varieties of veggies, fruits, herbs, berries and popcorn, all certified organic. Go to hurricaneflats.com for more information. Thank you Hurricane Flats Organic Produce for your support.
The Kumon Reading and Math Center of the Upper Valley helps students master basic math and reading skills and apply them to higher levels through individualized learning for a wide range of abilities and ages. Find out about classes, schedules and fees at kumon.com/norwich
LaValley Building Supply. See how LaValley can help with all of your construction needs by calling them, toll free, at 888-393-2553.
Law Office of C. Robert Manby, Jr. in White River Jct., VT. Thank you for your support.
Dave Mascoveta and Pepper Hill Builders in Chelsea,VT, specializes in home construction, renovations, timber framing and design. Pepper Hill Builders also teaches fine woodworking skills to Central Vermont youth, helping to create the craftsmen and women of tomorrow. You can contact Dave Mascoveta and Pepper Hill Builders by calling 802-685-3855.
Law Offices of Mayer & Mayer in South Royalton, VT. Thank you for supporting WFVR/RCR.
We would like to thank Thomas McHenry for his support of WFVR/RCR.
The Playhouse Theater in Randolph, VT. Thank you for being a supporter of Royalton Community Radio.
RB's Deli in downtown South Royalton, VT, offers a wide variety of groceries, salads, prepared lunches and dinners, and you can order subs for pickup by calling (802) 763-2411
Rivendell Restoration Painting Co. is a supporter of Royalton Community Radio. 40 years of working experience prepping/painting distinctive buildings and homes from the 17th through the 21st Centuries. You can contact Todd at 802-431-3433 or post him at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your support.
Seven Stars Art Center in Sharon, VT, is a non-profit dedicated to nurturing a love and understanding of the arts and to serving the local community by providing diverse educational opportunities and performances. You can go to sevenstarsarts.org to learn more. Thank you Seven Stars Art Center for you support.
The Sharon Trading Post offers a wide variety of groceries, sandwiches, salads and ready-made meals as well as an assortment of Vermont made products. Thank you Sharon Trading Post for your support of Royalton Community Radio.
The South Royalton Market offers organic and conventional foods, locally grown produce, bulk foods, ready-made meals and more. You can go their website at soromarket.com for more details and to find out how you can become a member. Thank you South Royalton Market.
The Tunbridge World's Fair is a supporter of WFVR/RCR. Since 1867, The Tunbridge World's Fair has been a proud tradition in Vermont, featuring agricultural exhibits, local arts & crafts, Vermont history exhibits and more. You can go to tunbridgeworldsfair.com to find schedules, ticket prices, etc. Thank you Tunbridge World's Fair for your support.
Vermont Coffee Company has been roasting certified organic coffee beans since 1979 in Middlebury, VT. "Coffee Roasted for Friends". You can contact them at 802-398-2776 or go to vermontcoffeecompany.com
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