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Annual Meeting Agenda -April 9th

Agenda for Annual Meeting April 9th

  • Welcome address by Board President John Lichtman -10 minutes
  • Approval Of February Minutes
  • General Managers Report by Jamie Wood -15 minutes
  • Finance Committee Report by Board Treasurer Tom May -10 minutes
  • Food Safety Committee Report by Board Chair Audrey McGlashan -10 minutes
  • Education/ Outreach Committee Report -10 minutes
  • Vote for Board of Directors Open Seats
  • Determine First Meeting Of Newly Elected Board Of Directors

Monthly Board of Directors Meeting

Join us here at the co-op Wednesday, March 30th for the monthly Board of Directors meeting at 7:15pm.


2016 Annual Meeting & the Board of Directors Nominee’s

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2016 Annual Meeting will be held at the Rockland Congregational Church on Saturday April 9th 9am-11am.

You can RSVP to the meeting on our Facebook Event

To learn more about the Nominees visit the Board of Directors Page

We need FOUR seats filled. You can find the individuals short bio’s on the ballots or on the BOD Page. You can find paper ballots at the registers.

The Rockland Congregational Church    180 Limerock Street, Rockland

Talk on Inflammation Reducing Diets With Abi Morrison On March 9th 7-8:30pm

A talk on inflammation reducing diets will be given at Good Tern Natural Foods Cooperative Market on Wednesday, March 9, 7-8:30 pm, by licensed acupuncturist Abi Morrison. The talk will include a tour of the store. The event is free, but please pre-register at 594-8822. The Co-op is located at 750 Main St., in Rockland.

Ms. Morrison was licensed by the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in the U.K. in 2001 and then received her Masters at Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City in 2005, with an emphasis on Japanese style. She incorporates bodywork techniques, chi kung, and dietary counseling into her practice, which is located at the Center for Health & Healing, 17 Masonic St., in Rockland.


About the talk, Morrison says, “Joint pain and any number of circulatory or immune problems can be the body’s response to highly inflammatory foods. I will introduce simple ways to use and cook foods that lower the inflammatory response, including gluten-free whole grains and dairy and low carbohydrate alternatives. “


She says the talk brings together thinking from Asian healing diets and other traditional and contemporary approaches to help find the ideal foods for one’s individual metabolism – and in a budget-conscious way.Abi Morrison

Monthly Board of Directors Meeting

Join us at the co-op on Thursday, February 25th at 7:15pm for the monthly Board of Directors meeting. To view agenda check out the Board of Directors page. Hope to see you there!

New Chapter SALE!

New Chapter Sale                                           All New Chapter product on sale now!

Chocolate Making Class This Sunday Feb, 7th 3 – 4.30p

Join Melanie Elach to learn how to make chocolate this Sunday, Feb 7th from 3-4.30pm. Come make some tasty treats with time to spare for the big game. Spots are filling up quick, so stop by the store to sign up today. Childcare will be provided.

Join Us This Sunday For Chocolate Making Class In The Co-op Cafe!

Join Us This Sunday For Chocolate Making Class In The Co-op Cafe!

Detox and Cleanse!

Check our great line of detoxifying products including herbal and organic remedies.

SUPER SALE on Garden of Life Detox products!

Now Hiring

Part-time Cashier- accepting applications through January 25th
Between 16-28 hours. Must be available nights and weekends. must must have customer service & register experience. Retail experience is a plus!

Employment Application


Store Cleaning

cleaning day