Pat Jones is a G.A.L.A. rock star. Pat started volunteering with G.A.L.A. in 2007 by helping setup G.A.L.A.’s documentary screenings at the Wolfeboro Public Library. Meanwhile, Pat was one of twelve participants in G.A.L.A.’s first study circle titled “Choices for Sustainable Living,” hosted at the Kingswood Youth Center that same year.
But Pat wanted to do more than participate; she wanted to organize, and that’s exactly what she began, and continues to do, to this day. The last few study circles have been entirely organized and facilitated by Pat Jones. In addition, Pat initiated and continues to manage G.A.L.A.’s annual Compost Bin & Rainwater Barrel Sale. G.A.L.A. is immensely grateful for Pat’s contribution and proud to announce her as the March Volunteer of the Month.