ON THIS PAGE:             Senior Meals,     Glover Ambulance,
Free Internet Service,         NEK COVID-19 Resource List,
and       General Info on COVID-19  &    Food Shelf Info

Glover Senior Meals

Sit down meals are cancelled until further notice.
Meals can be picked up at the town hall on Mondays and Tuesdays and are being delivered to homes. To sign up for meals contact the Area Agency on Aging at 1-800-642-5119.

Glover Senior Meals is in need of donations to continue and expand Meals On Wheels service. Checks, made out to Glover Senior Meals, can be mailed to the Glover Town Clerk, 51 Bean Hill Rd., Glover, 05839. Checks and cash donations may also be dropped off at the town office using the drop box by the door.  Volunteer drivers are also needed to deliver meals. Contact Gloria Powers at 487-5645 or 525-1000. Thank you.



Glover Ambulance Squad is prepared to safely respond to a patient suspected to have the COVID-19 virus. They have dedicated one ambulance as their COVID-19 response vehicle.

Depending on the progress of this pandemic, Glover Ambulance may need additional volunteers for various roles, not all involving patient care. If you can assist Glover Ambulance by donating time or money, please call 525-3560.

Glover Library

Glover Library is CLOSED until further notice.


Consolidated Communications

o   With so many students having to connect from home, our technology provider, Consolidated Communications, has offered two months of Free Home Internet Service to help, including free installation for those who are not currently Consolidated customers.

o   We agree that this is the responsible thing to do and we’re making this service available to our students immediately. Take advantage of this offer in two easy steps:

  • Call 1-855-399-3084 to enroll.

Mention Offer Code: “Two Months Free”

Students who call may also take advantage of Consolidated’s current promotion on Internet service, so you can stay connected affordably even after the first two months.


  • is offering free Free two months of Comcast internet for low income households.
  • Free to households with K–12 and/or College students that do not currently have Internet service.

Call Essentials Program at 1-855-846-8376 to enroll.

Installation fees will be waived for new student households.

More Info

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Information about COVID-19 and other resources available to Vermonters are available through Vermont 2-1-1. The website is found here:

They can also be reached by phone by dialing 211 or 1-866-652-4636, and there is a VT 211 Facebook page.

Information from the Vermont Department of Health can be found here:

If you have symptoms of fever, cough or difficulty breathing call your health care provider. Always call first, before traveling to a doctor’s office or the hospital.

Local Food Shelf Info

Call the numbers listed below for information on the current operations of local food shelves.

United Church of Newport – 63 Third St., Newport – 334-6033

Cornucopia – 3300 Rte 5, Derby – 487-9380

Lyndon Area Food Shelf – 51 Elm St., Lyndonville – 626-5586