Burnham Community Award
The Lincoln Select Board is pleased to announce the WALTER S. BURNHAM COMMUNITY AWARD in response to the Burnham Legacy set out in the 1919 will of Lincoln resident Walter Burnham “for rewards of merit for school children of said town of Lincoln.” The mission of the award is to encourage students to understand and appreciate the value of volunteering with local organizations. The award is for service and is not based on academics. Read more here: BURNHAM COMMUNITY AWARD1
To apply for the Burnham Community Award, print and submit this completed form: BurnhamAwardCover
Burnham Hall is a beautifully restored building in the center of Lincoln, located at 52 East River Road, across from the Lincoln General Store. This historical building serves as Lincoln’s polling place and meeting hall, and is a wonderful location to hold private or community events. The basement level features a large kitchen with lots of tables and chairs for feeding a crowd. The upstairs is an open room with folding chairs, which contains a stage with lighting. The stage area is able to accommodate sound systems and visual presentations. There is elevator access to the second floor.
Burnham Hall is operated by the Walter S. Burnham Foundation Committee: Brian McDonough, Lisa Goodyear-Prescott, Greg Orvis, Ann Pollender, Will Sipsey, David Wetmore, Bill Finger, Paul Forlenza, Ellie Bryant, and Oakley Smith.
BURNHAM COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Each Tuesday At Burnham Hall
To reserve Burnham Hall, contact Jodi Gale at (802)453-2785.
Mailing Address: Burnham Foundation, 62 Quaker St., Lincoln, VT 05443