“I want Greenport to be like what it used to be,” said Penelope Rudder, co-founder of the Greenport Community Association. “Instead of being so isolated and not knowing who to call, we want to open the door … and be there for one another.”
After almost a year of planning and preparation, the Greenport Community Association has formed. READ
The idea of creating a new Greenport Community Association is gaining traction among residents.
More than 40 people attended the first official gathering of interested people last Saturday at the Greenport library, according to one of the group’s organizer, Penelope Rudder. READ
The Village of Greenport gained its first Little Free Pantry yesterday as it was “planted” near the gazebo close to Adams Street, thanks to a community effort led by Penelope Rudder. READ
Greenport’s first Little Free Pantry will be “planted” at the end of the month, thanks to resident Penelope Rudder.
Little Free Pantries are similar to the Little Free Libraries seen throughout Southold Town. Residents will be able to take nonperishable food items, toiletries, feminine products and other household goods from it and donate to it as well. READ