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Vol. 25 No. 24
Monday, August 5, 2013
Police Â nab Â suspect Â in Â burglary Â spree Hear Strauss in German Â‡0LGGOHEXU\/DQJXDJH 6FKRROVWXGHQWVZLOOVLQJÂ´'LH )OHGHUPDXVÂľLQLWVRULJLQDO ODQJXDJH6HH3DJH
By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS ADDISON Â â€” Â Vermont Â State Â Po-Â lice Â have Â collared Â a Â man Â they Â believe Â might Â be Â responsible Â for Â dozens Â of Â burglaries Â that Â have Â occurred Â in Â Ad-Â dison Â County Â since Â the Â beginning Â of Â this Â year. Raymond Â Ritchie, Â 37, Â of Â Addi-Â
son Â pleaded Â not Â guilty Â in Â Addison Â County Â Superior Â Court Â on Â Aug. Â 1 Â to Â three Â counts Â each Â of Â unlawful Â tres-Â pass Â into Â an Â occupied Â residence Â and Â possession Â of Â stolen Â property. Â But Â based Â on Â what Â state Â police Â said Â were Â â€œthousandsâ€? Â of Â suspected Â stolen Â items Â recovered Â during Â a Â search Â of Â
Ritchieâ€™s Â property Â at Â 151 Â Algonquin Â Drive, Â authorities Â believe Â Ritchie Â could Â be Â linked Â to Â many Â more Â of Â the Â 103 Â burglaries Â that Â have Â been Â reported Â in Â Addison Â County Â so Â far Â this Â year. If Â convicted Â of Â the Â crimes Â for Â which Â he Â has Â been Â charged, Â Ritchie Â
could Â spend Â the Â rest Â of Â his Â life Â in Â jail, Â according Â to Â Addison Â County Â Dep-Â uty Â Stateâ€™s Â Attorney Â Chris Â Perkett. Â Thatâ€™s Â because Â Ritchie Â already Â has Â a Â lengthy Â rap Â sheet Â featuring Â 10 Â past Â felony Â convictions Â for Â such Â offenses Â as Â burglary, Â aggravated Â assault Â on Â a Â (See Â Suspects, Â Page Â 19)
Route 7 farm to combine sheep and solar arrays
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By Â XIAN Â CHIANG-ÂWAREN NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â Commuters Â on Â Route Â 7 Â through Â New Â Haven Â are Â starting Â to Â notice Â rows Â of Â solar Â ar-Â rays Â going Â up Â on Â the Â west Â side Â of Â the Â highway, Â north Â of Â the Â Lime Â Kiln Â Road Â intersection Soon, Â those Â who Â take Â a Â second Â look Â will Â also Â notice Â something Â un-Â usual Â on Â the Â solar Â farm: Â a Â herd Â of Â sheep. The Â solar Â array, Â which Â has Â been Â four Â years Â in Â the Â making, Â ultimately Â will Â host Â 178 Â solar Â panels Â on Â a Â 40-Â acre Â portion Â of Â a Â 180-Âacre Â property Â formerly Â owned Â by Â the Â Freyer Â fam-Â ily. Â Engineers Â at Â Cross Â Pollination, Â the Â Williston-Âbased Â renewable Â en-Â ergy Â company Â installing Â the Â new Â technology, Â envisioned Â a Â solar Â farm Â with Â dual Â uses: Â generating Â renew-Â (See Â Solar, Â Page Â 22)
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Happy Â camper TOBY Â BAKER-ÂROUSE Â is Â all Â smiles Â during Â Middlebury Â Area Â Land Â Trust Â Jumping Â Mouse Â Camp Â for Â preschoolers Â last Â Tuesday Â morning Â in Â Weybridge. Â For Â more Â photos Â from Â the Â camp, Â see Â Page Â 2. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â New Â Addison Â Central Â Supervisory Â Union Â Superin-Â tendent Â Peter Â Burrows Â has Â only Â been Â on Â the Â job Â for Â a Â short Â time, Â but Â that Â has Â not Â stopped Â him Â from Â thinking Â big. Burrows, Â 42, Â last Â week Â unveiled Â a Â series Â of Â goals Â for Â the Â ACSU Â that Â in-Â clude Â a Â long-Âterm Â action Â plan, Â boost-Â ing Â the Â districtâ€™s Â technology Â resourc-Â es Â and Â programming, Â and Â increasing Â public Â outreach Â to Â students Â and Â their Â (See Â Burrows, Â Page Â 21)
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Into the Woods
A GROUP OF 10 preschoolers had grand adventures in the woods last week during Jumping Mouse Camp spon- sored by the Middlebury Area Land Trust. On Tuesday the kids met with teachers Katie McEachen, Joe Schine and Emily Robinson at a Trail Around Middlebury entry point in Weybridge and hiked into the woods for a morning of fun. Pictured, clockwise from above, Avery Hohenschau builds a fairy house at the base of a tall pine tree;; Schine helps Toby Baker-Rouse shimmy down a rock to reach a small stream;; )LRQD*RQJDQG&XOOHQ0\HUVVLWDURXQGWKH¿UH)LRQDDQG Campbell Gong, Hohenschau and Berkeley Graham-Gurland URDVWKRWGRJVRYHUWKH¿UHDQG&DPSEHOO*RQJORRNVIRU sticks with which to build a fairy house. Independent photos/Trent Campbell
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â August Â 5, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 3
Thompson Bowl part of Field Days tradition By Â DEVON Â J. Â VILA ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â There Â are Â those Â in Â Addison Â County Â that Â live Â off Â of Â tradition Â and Â excellence. Â The Â Leona Â Thompson Â Bowl Â offers Â both. Â Since Â 1974 Â the Â Leona Â Thompson Â Bowl Â has Â been Â presented Â annually Â to Â the Â best Â all-Âaround Â participant Â in Â the Â Home Â and Â Garden Â Depart-Â ment Â competitions Â at Â the Â Addison Â County Â Fair Â and Â Field Â Days. Â Every Â summer Â at Â the Â fair, Â which Â this Â year Â runs Â this Â Tuesday Â through Â Saturday Â at Â the Â fairgrounds Â in Â New Â Haven, Â the Â public Â is Â invited Â to Â compete Â in Â Home Â and Â Garden Â categories Â that Â range Â through Â various Â handicrafts Â and Â foods, Â which Â include Â knitting, Â Christmas Â crafts, Â doughnuts, Â canned Â vegetables Â and Â many Â more Â . Points Â are Â awarded Â in Â each Â cat-Â egory Â and Â class Â â€” Â 10 Â points Â for Â a Â *UDQG5RVHWWHÂżYHSRLQWVIRUDEOXH ribbon, Â etc. Â In Â the Â event Â of Â a Â tie, Â of-Â ÂżFLDOV IURP WKH +RPH DQG *DUGHQ Department Â determine Â the Â winner. Â The Â pewter Â bowl Â trophy Â is Â etched Â with Â the Â names Â of Â proud Â winners Â of Â this Â coveted Â trophy Â honoring Â Leona Â Thompson, Â a Â former Â Addison Â Coun-Â ty Â Extension Â Service Â Agent. Â Except Â during Â the Â week Â of Â Field Â Days, Â the Â Leona Â Thompson Â Bowl Â is Â displayed Â at Â Middlebury Â Sew-ÂN-ÂVac Â in Â Mid-Â dlebury. Cheryl Â Morrison, Â the Â director Â of Â the Â Field Â Days Â Home Â and Â Garden Â Department, Â said Â Addison Â County Â residents Â who Â take Â part Â in Â the Â com-Â petition Â take Â it Â seriously Â â€” Â they Â have Â to Â if Â they Â want Â to Â win. â€œItâ€™s Â a Â lot Â of Â work,â€? Â she Â said. Â Âł6RPH WKLQJV \RX FDQ ÂżQLVK XS WKH night Â before, Â but Â some Â you Â have Â WR SXW WKH ÂżQLVKLQJ WRXFKHV RQ WKH morning Â of Â the Â competition. Â We Â al-Â ways Â have Â people Â rushing Â in Â at Â the Â last Â minute.â€? Morrison Â explained Â the Â type Â of Â baked Â good Â exhibits Â that Â vie Â for Â the Â Leona Â Thompson Â Bowl. â€œBecause Â of Â the Â way Â the Â fair Â is, Â people Â bring Â cookies, Â cakes, Â pies,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œStuff Â that Â has Â to Â last Â for Â a Â little Â while.â€? The Â Bowl Â has Â a Â long Â history Â of Â competitors Â that Â enter Â yearly, Â as Â well Â as Â some Â new Â ones Â each Â year. Â Contes-Â tants Â can Â range Â from Â four Â years Â old Â
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NANCY Â PECCA Â OF Â Waltham Â accepts Â the Â Leona Â Thompson Â Bowl Â at Â the Â 2010 Â Field Â Days Â Home Â and Â Garden Â Department Â awards Â ceremony.
to Â into Â their Â nineties. â€œWe Â get Â about Â 400 Â competitors Â each Â year,â€? Â Morrison Â said. Â â€œWith Â around Â 700 Â exhibits. Â Most Â people Â submit Â more Â than Â one Â entry Â in Â each Â category.â€? Everybody Â who Â helps Â set Â up Â the Â exhibits Â and Â all Â of Â the Â judges Â are Â volunteers. Â The Â entire Â exhibit Â hall Â is Â set Â up Â the Â day Â before Â with Â competi-Â tors Â bringing Â their Â goods Â that Â day. Â Around Â 700 Â exhibits Â are Â set Â up Â the Â day Â before, Â a Â major Â operation Â that Â takes Â the Â entire Â day, Â and Â the Â exhibit Â hall Â is Â ready Â for Â the Â around Â 400 Â oc-Â cupants Â that Â come Â and Â go Â the Â day Â of Â the Â competition. Leona Â Thompson Â was Â a Â member Â of Â the Â Addison Â County Â Extension Â Homemakers Â Council Â in Â the Â 1960s Â and Â early Â â€™70s, Â She Â was Â a Â woman Â who Â believed Â in Â passing Â down Â skills. Â â€œShe Â taught Â a Â lot Â of Â people Â quilt-Â ing,â€? Â Morrison Â said. Â â€œShe Â organized Â the Â Home Â Demonstration Â group. Â People Â would Â get Â together Â and Â learn Â upholstering Â or Â quilting, Â or Â some Â of Â the Â other Â craft Â activities Â that Â maybe Â they Â hadnâ€™t Â learned Â from Â their Â moth-Â ers Â or Â grandmothers.â€? Lucien Â Paquette, Â who Â founded Â Field Â Days Â in Â 1948, Â knew Â Leona Â Thompson Â and Â worked Â with Â her. â€œShe Â was Â an Â excellent Â educational Â person,â€? Â Paquette Â said. Â â€œShe Â was Â a Â diligent Â worker Â and Â very Â conscien-Â tious. Â She Â worked Â with Â women Â and Â entire Â families. Â She Â was Â well-Âquali-Â ÂżHGDQGDKDUGZRUNHUÂ´ The Â competition Â to Â have Â oneâ€™s Â
Winners of the Leona Thompson Bowl 1974 Â Diane Â Cobb 1975 Â Marilyn Â Smith 1976 Â Sandy Â Foote 1977 Â Yvonne Â Gingras 1978 Â Barbara Â Wagner 1979 Â Betty Â Cyr 1980 Â Karen Â Husk 1981 Â Peggy Â Lyons 1982 Â Gussie Â Levarn 1983 Â Barb Â Brown 1984 Â Marion Â Sullivan 1985 Â Julie Â Jordan 1986 Â Phyllis Â Bowdish
1987 Â Karen Â LeRoy 1988 Â Maria Â Provencher 1989 Â Donna Â Evans 1990 Â Margaret Â Reed 1991 Â Marguerite Â Senecal 1992 Â Gussie Â Levarn 1993 Â Judith Â Sinnock 1994 Â Jodi Â Provoncha 1995 Â Muffy Â Kashkin 1996 Â Jodi Â Provoncha 1997 Â Myrna Â Trombley 1998 Â Judith Â Sinnock 1999 Â Jodi Â Provoncha
2000 Â Julia Â Ranney 2001 Â Julie Â Hogan 2002 Â Phyllis Â Bowdish 2003 Â LaNell Â DeCosta 2004 Â Carla Â Berno 2005 Â LaNell Â DeCosta 2006 Â Kathy Â Sargent 2007 Â LaNell Â DeCosta 2008 Â Kathy Â Sargent 2009 Â Jodi Â Provoncha 2010 Â Nancy Â Pecca 2011 Â Debbie Â Whitman 2012 Â Rose Â Curran
name Â etched Â on Â the Â Bowl Â started Â at Â around Â the Â same Â time Â that Â Leona Â Thompson Â was Â retiring Â from Â the Â Ex-Â tension Â Homemakers Â Council. Â Mor-Â rison Â recalled Â her Â modest Â response Â to Â the Â suggestion Â that Â her Â name Â should Â be Â linked Â to Â the Â Home Â and Â Garden Â Department Â competition. â€œShe Â said, Â â€˜No, Â donâ€™t Â name Â it Â af-Â ter Â me,â€™â€? Â Morrison Â explained. Â â€œBut Â the Â Home Â Dem Â committee Â decided Â to Â name Â it Â after Â her. Â She Â was Â active Â for Â quite Â a Â long Â time Â teaching Â people Â a Â lot Â of Â things. Â She Â was Â still Â teach-Â ing Â people Â after Â she Â retired Â from Â the Â Homemakers Â Council.â€? The Â Leona Â Thompson Â Bowl Â 40th Â anniversary Â presentation Â ceremony Â will Â be Â held Â this Â Thursday Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â fairgrounds Â in Â the Â Home Â and Â Garden Â Department Â Building.
By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS No Â one Â is Â sure Â how Â the Â distributor Â BRISTOL Â â€” Â Bristolâ€™s Â long-Ârun-Â got Â wind Â of Â the Â outdoor Â movie Â series. ning Â â€œMovies Â on Â the Â Parkâ€? Â series Â â€œWe Â thought Â we Â were Â doing Â it Â UHFHQWO\ WRRN D ÂżQDQFLDO KLW EXW WKH right,â€? Â Bryant Â said. Â â€œWe Â had Â this Â li-Â show(s) Â will Â go Â on Â â€” Â at Â least Â for Â the Â cense Â and Â thought Â we Â were Â good Â to Â rest Â of Â this Â summer. go.â€? 7KH KLW FDPH YLD QRWLÂżFDWLRQ All Â of Â a Â sudden, Â Movies Â on Â the Â through Â a Â movie Â distributor Â that Â the Â Park Â was Â on Â the Â hook Â for Â $1,800 Â in Â Bristol Â Recreation Â Department Â need-Â fees Â that Â were Â certainly Â not Â in Â the Â ed Â to Â pay Â fees Â for Â the Â mov-Â budget. ies Â it Â has Â been Â showing Â Event orgaâ€œWe Â donâ€™t Â even Â have Â 18 Â for Â free Â on Â a Â big Â screen Â in Â extra Â dollars Â in Â the Â bud-Â the Â park. Â This Â yearâ€™s Â titles Â nizers were get,â€? Â Senecal Â quipped. have Â included Â â€œThe Â Love Â stunned Enter Â Champlain Â Val-Â Bugâ€? Â and Â â€œJumanji.â€? Â The Â when they re- ley Â Telecom, Â a Â company Â series Â includes Â a Â total Â of Â ceived a call that Â has Â agreed Â to Â pick Â up Â six Â summer Â movies Â on Â se-Â last month the Â $1,800 Â tab Â this Â year Â lect Â Thursdays Â beginning Â a Â sponsor. Â Bryant Â and Â from a movie as Â at Â dusk, Â offering Â what Â or-Â Senecal Â are Â thankful Â for Â ganizers Â tout Â as Â a Â â€œdrive-Â distributhe Â support Â and Â are Â now Â in Â experience Â without Â tor, Swank considering Â the Â future Â of Â the Â driving.â€? Â An Â average Â Motion the Â popular Â Movies Â in Â the Â of Â 50 Â to Â 100 Â spectators Â Pictures Inc., Park Â series, Â an Â event Â they Â have Â been Â attending Â the Â indicating the want Â to Â remain Â free. movies, Â with Â viewership Â â€œIâ€™ll Â continue Â to Â search Â dependent Â on Â the Â title, Â town was for Â sponsors Â for Â the Â se-Â weather Â and Â mosquitoes, Â obliged to ries,â€? Â Senecal Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â a Â according Â to Â Bristol Â Rec-Â pay fees for beloved Â event Â ... Â We Â want Â reation Â Director Â Darla Â screening the people Â to Â be Â able Â to Â par-Â Senecal. ticipate.â€? Ă€OPVLQWKH Event Â organizers Â were Â It Â is Â in Â that Â spirit Â that Â park. stunned Â when Â they Â re-Â Bristol Â Recreation Â tries Â to Â ceived Â a Â call Â last Â month Â offer Â as Â many Â free Â events Â from Â a Â movie Â distributor, Â Swank Â Mo-Â as Â it Â can. Â Among Â them: Â The Â â€œParties Â tion Â Pictures Â Inc., Â indicating Â the Â town Â in Â the Â Parkâ€? Â series Â featuring Â month-Â was Â obliged Â to Â pay Â fees Â for Â screening Â ly, Â family-Âfriendly, Â free Â luncheons Â WKHÂżOPVLQWKHSDUN%ULVWRORIÂżFLDOV held Â from Â noon Â to Â 1 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â park. Â EHOLHYHG WKH ÂżOPV FRXOG EH VKRZQ Juneâ€™s Â party Â was Â a Â â€œTeddy Â Bear Â Pic-Â without Â paying Â royalties Â as Â part Â of Â a Â nic.â€? Â A Â few Â weeks Â ago, Â there Â was Â a Â movie Â screening Â license Â held Â by Â the Â â€œHometown Â Heroesâ€? Â luncheon, Â fea-Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library. Â But Â fur-Â WXULQJÂżUHSROLFHDQGUHVFXHSHUVRQ-Â ther Â scrutiny Â of Â the Â license Â revealed Â nel. Â And Â on Â Aug. Â 21, Â there Â will Â be Â a Â the Â fee Â exemption Â only Â applied Â to Â â€œPrince Â and Â Princess Â Teaâ€? Â that Â will Â movies Â shown Â inside Â the Â library, Â ac-Â include Â storytelling. cording Â to Â Bristol Â town Â Administra-Â â€œItâ€™s Â the Â right Â thing Â to Â do,â€? Â Senecal Â tor Â Bill Â Bryant. said Â of Â the Â free Â events.
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Letters to the Editor Municipal Â building Â plan Â presents Â â€˜win-Âwinâ€™ Â situation The Â vitality Â and Â economic Â prosperity Â of Â our Â town Â and Â that Â of Â 0LGGOHEXU\&ROOHJHDUHLQH[WULFD-Â bly Â linked, Â so Â I Â appreciate Â the Â fact Â that Â our Â town Â administrators, Â and Â many Â current Â and Â recent Â members Â of Â the Â Middlebury Â selectboard, Â KDYHZRUNHGGLOLJHQWO\RYHUWKH last Â several Â years Â to Â foster Â and Â VWUHQJWKHQWKHWRZQJRZQUHODWLRQ-Â VKLS7KHLUUHFHQWHIIRUWVLQZRUNLQJ toward Â a Â creative, Â collaborative Â DQGÂżVFDOO\UHVSRQVLEOHVROXWLRQWR WKHFKDOOHQJLQJWRZQRIÂżFHLVVXHLV particularly Â laudable, Â and Â one Â that Â I Â believe Â should Â be Â well Â received Â by Â the Â voters. 5HFRJQL]LQJWKDWWKHUHDUHPDQ\
GHWDLOVWREHZRUNHGRXW,VWURQJO\ believe Â that Â the Â plan Â as Â itâ€™s Â currently Â FRQWHPSODWHGZRXOGVLJQLÂżFDQWO\ enhance Â the Â prospect Â of Â sustained Â downtown Â economic Â prosperity Â by Â FUHDWLQJDZHOOGHVLJQHGWUDQVLWLRQ EHWZHHQWKHWRZQDQGWKHFROOHJH â€” Â one Â that Â innately Â links Â the Â two Â entities Â and Â creates Â a Â welcome Â invi-Â tation Â to Â students, Â their Â families Â and Â others Â to Â explore, Â shop, Â dine Â and Â en-Â joy Â our Â town. Â This Â is Â a Â unique Â and Â exceptional Â opportunity Â to Â invest Â in Â the Â economic Â future Â of Â our Â town Â at Â minimal Â cost Â to Â us Â as Â taxpayers, Â and Â one Â that Â we Â canâ€™t Â afford Â to Â pass Â up. In Â recent Â years, Â Middlebury Â &ROOHJHKDVFRQVLVWHQWO\GHPRQ-Â
strated Â its Â commitment Â to Â the Â best Â interests Â of Â our Â town. Â Without Â their Â substantial Â investment, Â the Â &URVV6WUHHW%ULGJHZRXOGQÂśWH[-Â LVWWKH\ÂśYHFRPPLWWHGVLJQLÂżFDQW time, Â resources Â and Â money Â toward Â the Â townâ€™s Â business Â development Â LQLWLDWLYHDQGQRZWKH\ÂśUHRIIHULQJ to Â make Â a Â considerable Â contribution Â WRWKHUHYLWDOL]DWLRQRIRXUWRZQ RIÂżFHV$QGZKLOHWKHFROOHJHZLOO XQGRXEWHGO\DOVREHQHÂżWIURPWKLV latest Â collaboration, Â that Â doesnâ€™t Â in Â DQ\ZD\GLPLQLVKWKHEHQHÂżWWRWKH WRZQ$V,VHHLWLWÂśVDFODVVLFZLQ win Â situation. Bill Â Townsend Middlebury
Many Â sunny Â days Â in Â store Â for Â Bristol Â Farmersâ€™ Â Market :KLOH,DPDIDQRI;LDQ&KLDQJ :DUHQÂśVÂżQHZULWLQJKHUDUWLFOH RQFKDQJHVDIRRWDWWKH%ULVWRO Farmersâ€™ Â Market Â (Addison Â Indepen-Â dent, Â -XO\ KDGDQRGGO\JORRP\ tone Â that Â neither Â the Â president Â nor Â ,LQWHQGHGWRFRQYH\$Q\PDUNHW UXQQLQJOLNH%ULVWROÂśVIRUDOPRVW 20 Â consecutive Â years Â is Â a Â successful Â market. It Â is Â successful Â because Â of Â patron-Â DJHE\IDLWKIXOFXVWRPHUVIURP WKHÂżYHWRZQDUHD:HDUHKXJHO\
JUDWHIXOWRWKHPDQGKDGKRSHGRXU expansion Â to Â Wednesdays Â and Â to Â an Â earlier Â â€œpre-Âseasonâ€? Â at Â Mount Â $EHLQ0D\ZRXOGVHUYHWKHPEHW-Â ter. Â The Â rainy Â weather Â early Â in Â the Â VHDVRQFRQVSLUHGDJDLQVWXV$WWHQ-Â GDQFHKDVEHHQGRZQ2XUÂżQDQFLDO situation Â does Â indeed Â necessitate Â that Â we Â function Â without Â a Â paid Â PDQDJHUEXWRWKHUPDUNHWVGRVR ZLWKRXWKXJHSUREOHPV 1RZWKHZHDWKHULVLPSURYLQJ and Â hopefully Â better Â promotion Â
will Â eliminate Â confusion Â about Â our Â schedule Â (open Â Wednesdays Â 3-Â6 Â SP$1'6DWXUGD\VDP p.m.). Â We Â expect Â to Â be Â able Â to Â continue Â to Â offer Â the Â freshest Â local Â SURGXFHEUHDGKRQH\PHDWHJJV and Â other Â products Â on Â the Â beautiful Â %ULVWROJUHHQIRU\HDUVWRFRPH We Â invite Â all Â area Â residents Â to Â let Â us Â know Â how Â we Â can Â serve Â them Â better. Eugenie Â Doyle Monkton
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(Continued Â from Â Page Â 4) alienates Â potential Â supporters Â un-Â necessarily. The Â need Â for Â library Â expansion Â is Â a Â fact Â â€” Â well-Âdocumented, Â and Â HDVLO\YHULÂżHG7KHOLEUDU\EXLOGLQJLV jammed Â with Â people Â space, Â computer Â space, Â and Â library Â materials. Â Despite Â the Â addition Â of Â virtual Â materials, Â new Â physical Â materials Â (books, Â DVDs, Â CDs, Â etc.) Â continue Â to Â be Â published. Â 3HRSOHQRWVXUSULVLQJO\ GHPDQGQHZ materials Â as Â well Â as Â older Â materials. Â 7KHUHIRUHGHVSLWHUHJXODUDQGVHYHUH SUXQLQJWKHFROOHFWLRQVZLOOFRQWLQXH to Â increase Â and Â need Â more Â space. The Â 1987 Â library Â addition Â was Â expected Â to Â provide Â for Â 30 Â yearsâ€™ Â JURZWKDQGLWFDQGRVREXWZHÂśUHDW 26 Â years Â now. Â We Â canâ€™t Â afford Â to Â build Â QRZWKRXJKZHFRXOGXVHLW EXWLW ZRXOGEHVKRUWVLJKWHGQRWWRSODQIRU the Â eventuality. Â If Â we Â do Â not Â consider Â KRZWRSXWERWKWRZQRIÂżFHVDQGD library Â addition Â in Â the Â small Â space Â EHLQJFRQVLGHUHGZHOHDYHRXUWRZQ in Â the Â future Â with Â the Â dilemma Â of Â QHHGLQJWREXLOGDZKROHQHZOLEUDU\ in Â order Â to Â expand Â it. Â Not Â only Â is Â that Â far Â more Â expensive, Â but Â where Â is Â the Â
VSDFHWRSXWLW",IDQ\WKLQJQHHGVWR be Â in Â the Â town Â center, Â it Â is Â the Â library, Â ZKLFKEULQJVVRPHWKLQJOLNH people Â a Â day Â into Â the Â downtown. Â My Â SDWURQDJHRIGRZQWRZQEXVLQHVVHV is Â certainly Â increased Â because Â I Â am Â JRLQJWRWKHOLEUDU\DQ\ZD\ ,IZHLQJRRGIDLWKLQYHVWLJDWH the Â placement Â of Â both Â a Â library Â DGGLWLRQDQGWRZQRIÂżFHVLQWKH FXUUHQWOLEUDU\ORFDWLRQDQGÂżQGWKH\ are Â not Â compatible, Â then Â it Â is Â time Â to Â consider Â a Â different Â site Â for Â the Â RIÂżFHV:HZRXOGVWLOOQHHGWKHFRO-Â OHJHEXLOGLQJIRUOLEUDU\H[SDQVLRQ 7KRXJK,XQGHUVWDQGWKHGHVLUHWR NHHSWKHWRZQRIÂżFHVLQWKHFHQWHURI town, Â it Â cannot Â be Â the Â only Â and Â non-Â QHJRWLDEOHFULWHULRQ$QG,ZRXOG VXJJHVWWKDWWKHJHRJUDSKLFDUHDWKDW LVWKHZDONLQJFHQWHURIWRZQKDVH[-Â panded Â with Â the Â advent Â of Â the Â Cross Â 6WUHHW%ULGJH Let Â us Â keep Â all Â of Â the Â townâ€™s Â ORQJWHUPQHHGVLQWKHIRUHIURQWRI our Â minds Â and Â devise Â a Â plan Â that Â will Â serve Â the Â town Â best Â both Â now Â and Â in Â the Â future. Cynthia Â Watters Middlebury
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Beatrice Gagnon-Tucker-Briggs, New Haven NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â Beatrice Â S. Â â€œBeaâ€? Â Gagnon-ÂTucker-ÂBriggs Â of Â New Â Haven Â died Â at Â her Â home Â last Â Oct. Â 4, Â 2012. A Â formal Â memorial Â service Â is Â being Â held Â for Â her, Â at Â her Â home Â on Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â at Â 2 Â p.m. Immediately Â following Â the Â service Â will Â be Â a Â celebration Â of Â her Â life. Â The Â
family Â encourages Â all Â to Â attend Â and Â enjoy Â the Â good Â foods Â and Â conversa-Â tion. Â Those Â who Â cannot Â make Â the Â service Â are Â still Â welcome Â to Â stop Â by Â for Â the Â celebration. If Â you Â have Â any Â questions Â call Â her Â son Â Pete Â at Â 903-Â879-Â5267 Â or Â her Â granddaughter Â Hilary Â at Â Â¸
Dana Â Oâ€™Brien Â of Â Ferrisburgh Â graduated Â from Â Paul Â Smithâ€™s Â College Â in Â May Â with Â a Â bachelor Â of Â professional Â studies Â degree Â in Â culi-Â nary Â arts Â and Â service Â management. Rebecca Â Gemignani Â of Â Middlebury Â graduated Â from Â UMass Â Lowell Â on Â May Â 18. Bailee Â Desforges Â of Â Bridport Â was Â named Â to Â the Â deanâ€™s Â list Â for Â the Â spring Â 2013 Â semester Â at Â Franklin Â
Pierce Â University Â in Â Rindge, Â N.H. Â Desforges Â is Â majoring Â in Â liberal Â arts. Stuart Â Sutherland Â of Â Brandon Â and Â Alyssa Â Stearns Â of Â Lincoln Â graduated Â from Â Franklin Â Pierce Â University. Sutherland Â earned Â a Â master Â of Â physician Â assistant Â studies Â degree. Â Stearns Â earned Â a Â bachelor Â of Â arts Â degree Â in Â biology.
Helping Â hand TEACHER Â KATIE Â MCEACHEN Â helps Â camper Â Cullen Â Myers Â provide Â some Â protective Â cover Â for Â a Â bright Â orange Â newt Â they Â found Â scampering Â around Â a Â small Â stump Â during Â an Â outdoor Â camp Â for Â preschoolers Â last Â week. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbel
Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â starts Â up Â August Â 14 RIPTON Â â€” Â The Â Middlebury Â College Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference, Â the Â oldest Â writersâ€™ Â conference Â in Â the Â country, Â will Â begin Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â and Â continue Â through Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 24. Â Held Â every Â summer Â since Â 1926 Â on Â the Â collegeâ€™s Â Bread Â Loaf Â campus Â in Â Ripton, Â the Â conference Â remains Â one Â of Â Americaâ€™s Â most Â respected Â literary Â institutions. Ten Â days Â of Â workshops, Â lectures, Â classes Â and Â readings Â provide Â writ-Â ers Â with Â rigorous Â practical Â and Â theoretical Â approaches Â to Â their Â craft, Â and Â offer Â a Â model Â of Â liter-Â ary Â instruction. Â A Â dynamic Â setting, Â the Â mountain Â campus Â has Â attracted Â many Â renowned Â authors Â and Â poets Â such Â as Â Robert Â Frost, Â Carson Â McCullers, Â John Â Irving, Â Terry Â Tempest Â Williams, Â Ted Â Conover Â
and Â Julia Â Alvarez. Â â€œLighthead,â€? Â won Â the Â National Â progress,â€? Â said Â Michael Â Collier, Â This Â summer Â the Â conference Â Book Â Award Â for Â Poetry Â in Â 2010. director Â of Â the Â conference. Â â€œNo Â faculty Â will Â include Â such Â liter-Â â€œThe Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â one Â who Â has Â experienced Â Bread Â DU\ ÂżJXUHV DV &KHU\O 6WUD\HG DQG Conference Â provides Â a Â stimulat-Â Loaf, Â with Â its Â beautiful Â wilder-Â Terrance Â Hayes. Â Both Â ness Â setting Â and Â intensive Â Strayed Â and Â Hayes Â have Â programming, Â has Â failed Â to Â attended Â the Â conference Â â€œNo one who has experienced be Â inspired, Â encouraged Â or Â multiple Â times Â as Â fellows Â changed Â by Â it.â€? Bread Loaf, with its beautiful in Â the Â past Â â€” Â Strayed Â for Â This Â year, Â more Â than Â 300 Â WKH ÂżUVW WLPH LQ DQG wilderness setting and intenwriters, Â students, Â faculty, Â Hayes Â in Â 2000 Â â€” Â and Â sive programming, has failed literary Â agents Â and Â editors Â both Â have Â gone Â on Â to Â have Â will Â gather Â to Â participate Â distinguished Â careers. Â to be inspired, encouraged or in Â the Â 88th Â session Â of Â the Â Strayedâ€™s Â best-Âselling Â changed by it.â€? conference. Â The Â general Â memoir, Â â€œWild,â€? Â was Â public Â is Â invited Â to Â attend Â a Â â€” Michael Collier, daily Â schedule Â of Â free Â read-Â published Â in Â 2012 Â and Â Bread Loaf Writersâ€™ Conference director ings Â and Â lectures Â that Â take Â was Â a Â number-Âone Â New Â York Â Times Â best Â seller. Â place Â in Â the Â Little Â Theatre, Â The Â paperback Â edition Â is Â currently Â ing Â community Â of Â diverse Â voices Â located Â on Â the Â Bread Â Loaf Â campus Â number Â two Â on Â the Â Timesâ€™ Â paper-Â in Â which Â writers Â test Â their Â own Â on Â Route Â 125. back Â best-Âseller Â list. Â Hayesâ€™ Â assumptions Â regarding Â litera-Â The Â 2013 Â session Â of Â public Â events Â most Â recent Â collection Â of Â poems, Â ture Â and Â seek Â advice Â about Â their Â will Â open Â on Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â
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14, Â at Â 8:15 Â p.m., Â with Â a Â welcome Â by Â Collier. Â He Â is Â the Â author Â of Â six Â books Â of Â poems, Â including Â â€œThe Â /HGJHÂ´ ZKLFK ZDV D ÂżQDOLVW IRU the Â National Â Book Â Critics Â Circle Â Award Â in Â 2000, Â and, Â most Â recently, Â â€œAn Â Individual Â History.â€? Â After Â Collierâ€™s Â opening Â remarks, Â Bread Â Loaf Â faculty Â members Â Linda Â Bierds Â and Â Randall Â Kenan Â will Â give Â read-Â ings. Â The Â public Â events Â will Â wrap Â up Â with Â readings Â by Â Collier Â and Â Ted Â Conover Â on Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 23, Â at Â 8:15 Â p.m. For Â a Â complete Â schedule Â of Â lectures Â and Â readings, Â see Â the Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â web Â page, Â www.middlebury.edu/ blwc. Â Events Â are Â subject Â to Â change. Â &DOOWRFRQÂżUPGDWHVDQGWLPHVDW 802-Â443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12;Íž Â 802-Â443-Â2700 Â after Â Aug. Â 12.
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OH, Â DARN! Editorâ€™s Â note: Â Due Â to Â a Â software Â glitch, Â the Â beginning Â of Â reporter Â Luke Â Whelanâ€™s Â Page Â 1A Â story Â in Â last Â Thursdayâ€™s Â edition Â was Â garbled Â on Â the Â front Â page. Â Here Â is Â how Â we Â intended Â for Â the Â story Â to Â begin. Â You Â can Â read Â the Â story Â in Â its Â entirety Â for Â free Â at Â addisonindependent.com.
Advocates Â seek Â animal Â cruelty Â solution Better Â response Â and Â enforcement Â is Â key Note: Â In Â this, Â the Â last Â in Â a Â three-Âpart Â se-Â ries, Â experts Â discuss Â ways Â to Â improve Â en-Â forcement Â of Â existing Â animal Â cruelty Â laws. By Â LUKE Â WHELAN ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â When Â ani-Â PDO FRQWURO RIÂżFHU %ULDQ:HEE VHL]HG DQ animal Â living Â in Â unsanitary Â conditions Â in Â Leicester Â several Â years Â ago, Â he Â did Â it Â with Â a Â twinge Â of Â uncertainty. Â After Â all, Â he Â had Â not Â received Â any Â training Â in Â animal Â cruelty Â response Â and Â did Â not Â know Â how Â he Â would Â represent Â himself Â in Â court Â if Â the Â owners Â disputed Â that Â the Â state Â of Â the Â animal Â war-Â UDQWHGLWVVHL]XUH â€œThere Â is Â really Â no Â training, Â so Â if Â there Â is Â someone Â that Â is Â brought Â in Â to Â be Â a Â civilian Â DQLPDOFRQWURORIÂżFHUDQGKHGRHVQÂśWKDYH any Â background Â in Â law Â enforcement Â itâ€™s Â
UHDOO\ GLIÂżFXOW IRU WKHP WR SHUIRUP WKHLU job,â€? Â Webb Â said. Â In Â this Â case, Â the Â owners Â did Â not Â appeal Â WKH VHL]XUH EXW :HEEÂśV H[SHULHQFH VWLOO highlights Â some Â areas Â that Â animal Â welfare Â advocates Â are Â looking Â to Â address Â in Â the Â fu-Â ture. Â â€œI Â really Â enjoy Â my Â job, Â but Â it Â would Â be Â nice Â if Â (I) Â would Â be Â able Â to Â go Â to Â these Â calls Â and Â be Â more Â professional Â and Â have Â more Â resources Â at Â hand,â€? Â Webb Â added. Â Parts Â 1 Â and Â 2 Â of Â this Â series Â looked Â at Â how Â Addison Â County Â and Â Vermont Â handle Â animal Â cruelty Â cases Â and Â the Â shortcomings Â and Â gray Â areas Â of Â enforcing Â animal Â welfare Â ODZV,QWKLVWKLUGDQGÂżQDOLQVWDOOPHQWWKH Independent Â looks Â more Â deeply Â into Â ways Â to Â improve Â animal Â cruelty Â response Â and Â to Â
support Â humane Â workers Â like Â Webb Â in Â car-Â rying Â out Â their Â jobs. TEAMWORK Â APPROACH While Â Vermont Â does Â not Â have Â the Â infra-Â structure Â and Â resources Â for Â animal Â cruelty Â response Â that Â many Â other Â Northeastern Â states Â do, Â animal Â welfare Â advocates Â con-Â tinue Â to Â work Â to Â achieve Â a Â functioning Â system Â to Â address Â animal Â abuse. Â Joanne Â %RXUEHDX+XPDQH6RFLHW\RIWKH8QLWHG States Â Northeastern Â regional Â director Â and Â Vermont Â Humane Â Federation Â (VHF) Â board Â member, Â is Â one Â of Â those Â people. Â â€œWe Â have Â had Â to Â be Â a Â little Â bit Â creative Â ZLWK KRZ ZH XWLOL]H WKH H[LVWLQJ UHVRXUF-Â es, Â and Â we Â do Â that Â through Â communication Â and Â coordination Â between Â agencies,â€? Â said Â %RXUEHDX DERXW HQIRUFLQJ DQLPDO FUXHOW\
laws Â in Â Vermont. 6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQ&KLHIRI3ROLFH7UHYRU Whipple Â represents Â the Â chiefs Â of Â police Â on Â the Â Vermont Â Cruelty Â Response Â Coali-Â tion, Â a Â diverse Â group Â of Â animal Â welfare Â DGYRFDWHV DQG H[SHUWV ZKR GLVFXVV DQG push Â for Â ways Â to Â improve Â animal Â cruelty Â response Â in Â the Â state. Â The Â group, Â of Â which Â %RXUEHDXLVDIRXQGLQJPHPEHUEHJDQLQ 2000 Â as Â the Â Vermont Â Animal Â Cruelty Â Task Â Force Â but Â has Â recently Â joined Â the Â VHF Â as Â the Â Cruelty Â Response Â Coalition. Â Whipple Â DJUHHVZLWK%RXUEHDXRQWKHQHHGIRUFR-Â operation Â among Â law Â enforcement Â and Â hu-Â PDQHRIÂżFHUV For Â the Â rest Â of Â this Â story, Â and Â to Â read Â Parts Â 1 Â and Â 2, Â go Â to Â addisonindependent.com.
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jazz Â keeping Â the Â toe-Âtapping Â music Â of Â the Â 1920s, Â â€™30s Â and Â â€™40s Â alive. Â Admission Â $15. Â Reservations Â encouraged: Â (802) Â 465-Â4071 Â or Â info@brandon-Â music.net. Â Russian Â School Â Choir Â concert Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Sunday, Â Aug. Â 11, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â McCullough Â Social Â Space. Â Students Â in Â the Â Middlebury Â College Â School Â of Â Russian Â Choir Â sing, Â dance, Â play Â folk Â instruments Â and Â reenact Â various Â Russian Â folk Â rituals Â during Â this Â exciting Â performance. Â Free. Â
Band Â concert Â in Â Vergennes. Â Monday, Â Aug. Â 5, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â City Â Park. Â The Â City Â Band Â plays Â in Â the Â park Â every Â Monday Â night Â through Â Aug. Â 19. Â
â€œWeed Â and Â feedâ€? Â gardening Â get-Â together Â in Â Monkton. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 6, Â 9:30 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Willowell Â Foundation Â (Stoney Â Meadow Â Lane Â and Â Bristol Â Road). Â Weekly Â summer Â gathering Â for Â all Â ages Â and Â levels Â of Â experience Â to Â lend Â a Â hand Â at Â the Â Willowell Â Foundationâ€™s Â teaching Â garden Â and Â farm, Â followed Â by Â a Â lunch Â of Â brick-Âoven Â pizza. Â Produce Â harvested Â goes Â to Â local Â schools Â and Â food Â shelves. Â Check Â for Â weather-Âbased Â deci-Â sions: Â www.willowell.org Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â Youth Â media Â lab Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 6, Â 3-Â4:30 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Kids Â entering Â grades Â 4 Â and Â up Â are Â invited Â to Â join Â library Â and Â MCTV Â staff Â to Â make Â movies Â and Â learn Â about Â technology Â using Â MCTVâ€™s Â state-Âof-Âthe-Âart Â media Â stations. Â Drop-Âin. Â Info: Â 388-Â4097. Â Poetry Â readings Â in Â Bristol. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 6, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â ARTSight Â Studios Â and Â Galleries. Â Readings Â by Â Ernesto Â Livorni, Â Karla Â Van Â Vliet, Â Basha Â Miles Â and Â Rachel Â Baird. Â Gallery Â and Â studios Â open Â at Â 6, Â readings Â begin Â at Â 7. Â American Â Longboards Â in Â concert Â in Â Castleton. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 6, Â 7-Â10 Â p.m., Â Castleton Â Pavilion. Â Part Â of Â the Â 2013 Â Castleton Â Summer Â Concert Â Series. Â Free. Â Rain Â or Â shine. Â Free. Â Info: Â www. castleton.edu/concerts. Â
Restoration Â meeting Â in Â Salisbury. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 7, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â noon, Â start Â at Â Salisbury Â Town Â Hall. Â Representatives Â from Â three Â grant Â organizations Â will Â meet Â with Â local Â representatives Â to Â review Â the Â restoration Â needs Â of Â the Â town Â hall Â and Â the Â Salisbury Â Congregational Â Church. Â All Â are Â invited. Â â€œMaker Â Day: Â Science Â With Â a Â Twistâ€? Â for Â kids Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 7, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Â noon, Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Investigate Â the Â forces Â of Â nature Â with Â fun Â science Â stations Â and Â the Â raw Â materials Â to Â make Â your Â own Â inventions. Â Drop-Âin. Â . Â Band Â concert Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 7, Â 7-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â town Â green. Â Free Â weekly Â band Â concert, Â weather Â permitting, Â through Â the Â end Â of Â August. Â Starry Â Starry Â Night Â in Â Hubbardton. Â Wednesday, Â $XJSP+XEEDUGWRQ%DWWOHÂżHOG6WDWH Historic Â Site. Â Experienced Â stargazers Â share Â their Â WHOHVFRSHVDQGNQRZOHGJH%ULQJEODQNHWVĂ€DVK-Â lights Â and Â your Â own Â binoculars Â or Â telescopes. Â Marshmallows Â on Â us. Â In Â case Â of Â rain, Â there Â will Â be Â an Â inside Â program. Â Free Â but Â donations Â welcome. Â Info: Â (802) Â 273-Â2282. Â
Monthly Â wildlife Â walk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â 7-Â9 Â a.m., Â Otter Â View Â Park Â and Â Hurd Â Grassland. Â A Â monthly Â OCAS-ÂMALT Â event, Â inviting Â community Â members Â to Â help Â survey Â birds Â and Â other Â wildlife. Â Meet Â leader Â Craig Â Zondag Â at Â Otter Â View Â Park Â parking Â area, Â corner Â of Â Weybridge Â Street Â and Â Pulp Â Mill Â Bridge Â Road. Â Shorter Â & Â longer Â routes Â possible. Â Come Â for Â all Â or Â part Â of Â walk. Â Beginning Â birders Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â1007 Â or Â 388-Â6019. Â YMCA Â Diabetes Â Prevention Â Program Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â 4:30-Â5:30 Â p.m., Â Porter Â Hospital, Â Collins Â Building Â Conference Â 5RRP $ 7KH ÂżUVW PHHWLQJ LQ D IUHH <0&$ program Â through Â Vermont Â Blueprint Â for Â Health. Â Reduce Â your Â risk Â of Â Type Â 2 Â diabetes Â and Â gain Â tools Â for Â healthy Â living. Â Continues Â weekly Â through Â Nov. Â 20. Â To Â see Â if Â you Â qualify, Â call Â 382-Â3468, Â ext. Â 2, Â or Â email Â email@example.com. Â NER Â Vermont Â Reading Â Series Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â 7-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Carolâ€™s Â Hungry Â Mind Â Cafe. Â The Â New Â England Â Review Â welcomes Â writers Â Partridge Â Boswell, Â Michael Â Collier, Â Cleopatra Â Mathis Â and Â Angela Â Palm, Â who Â will Â
Band Â concert Â in Â Vergennes. Â Monday, Â Aug. Â 12, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â City Â Park. Â The Â Vergennes Â City Â Band Â plays Â in Â the Â park Â every Â Monday Â night Â through Â Aug. Â 19. Â
Fay Â on Â Friday THE Â MICHELE Â FAY Â Band Â plays Â at Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern Â in Â Middlebury Â on Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â from Â 5-Â7 Â p.m. Â Stop Â in Â while Â strolling Â downtown Â during Â the Â monthly Â Middlebury Â Arts Â Walk. read Â from Â their Â work. Â Free. Â â€œDie Â Fledermausâ€? Â operetta Â on Â stage Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â 7:30-Â10:30 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Middlebury Â College Â Summer Â Language Â Schoolâ€™s Â German Â for Â Singers Â program Â presents Â Johann Â Straussâ€™ Â most Â famous Â operetta Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â Pre-Âshow Â talk, Â in Â English, Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Balcony Â seats Â available Â to Â the Â public, Â $15, Â at Â the Â 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU ZZZWRZQKDOOWKH-Â ater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â Also Â on Â Aug. Â 9. Â Band Â concert Â in Â Orwell. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â 7:30-Â 8:30 Â p.m., Â Orwell Â village Â green. Â Weekly Â summer Â concerts. Â Rehearsal Â in Â the Â Orwell Â Village Â School Â band Â room Â preceding Â each Â concert Â at Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Info: Â www.facebook.com/OrwellTownBand. Â Movies Â on Â the Â Park Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â town Â green. Â â€œJumanji.â€? Â Free Â movie Â on Â a Â theater-Âsized Â screen, Â starting Â at Â dusk. Â Suitable Â for Â all Â ages. Â Desserts Â and Â refresh-Â ments Â will Â be Â available. Â Bring Â a Â blanket Â and Â bug Â spray. Â Rain Â location: Â Holley Â Hall. Â Info: Â www.bris-Â tolrec.org Â or Â 453-Â5885. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Maryâ€™s Â at Â Baldwin Â Creek. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â a Â monthly Â luncheon Â featuring Â Chef Â Doug Â Mackâ€™s Â talents. Â Chicken Â piccata Â with Â pasta Â and Â mush-Â rooms, Â fresh Â vegetables, Â tomato Â and Â bread Â salad Â (panzanella) Â grilled Â peaches Â with Â balsamic Â glaze, Â and Â ice Â cream. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Arts Â Walk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â downtown Â Middlebury Â and Â the Â Marble Â Works. Â Monthly Â outdoor Â stroll Â through Â town Â featuring Â art, Â PXVLFIRRGDQGIXQ6HHPRQWKO\Ă€LHUDWZZZ middleburyartswalk.com. Â Carillon Â concert Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 5-Â6 Â p.m., Â Mead Â Chapel Â and Â surround-Â ing Â grounds. Â Gordon Â Slater, Â Canadian Â Dominion Â Carillonneur Â Emeritus, Â performs. Â Free. Â Info: Â 443-Â3168 Â or Â www.middlebury.edu/arts. Â Meeting Â about Â gas Â pipeline Â proposal Â in Â Mid-Â dlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 6:30-Â9 Â p.m., Â Town Â Gym. Â Some Â residents Â of Â other Â towns Â affected Â by Â the Â Phase Â I Â proceedings Â have Â been Â invited Â to Â speak Â and Â share Â their Â stories. Â In Â an Â effort Â to Â keep Â focused Â on Â residentsâ€™ Â concerns, Â organiza-Â tions, Â companies Â and Â state Â agencies Â have Â not Â been Â invited Â to Â be Â panelists. Â Everyone Â is Â wel-Â come. Â Info: Â Jason Â Kaye Â at Â 275-Â2979. â€œDie Â Fledermausâ€? Â operetta Â on Â stage Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 7:30-Â10:30 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â The Â Middlebury Â College Â Summer Â Language Â Schoolâ€™s Â German Â for Â Singers Â program Â presents Â Johann Â Straussâ€™ Â most Â famous Â operetta Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â Pre-Âshow Â talk, Â in Â English, Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Balcony Â seats Â available Â to Â the Â public, Â DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU ZZZ
townhalltheater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â Point Â CounterPoint Â faculty Â concert Â in Â Salisbury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 7:30-Â9 Â p.m., Â Salisbury Â Congregational Â Church. Â A Â chamber Â music Â concert Â by Â the Â 2013 Â PCP Â faculty, Â in Â celebration Â of Â the Â campâ€™s Â 50th Â season Â on Â Lake Â Dunmore. Â
&KXUFK Ă€HD PDUNHW LQ +DQFRFN Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m., Â Hancock Â Town Â Hall, Â Route Â 100. Â Annual Â Ă€HD PDUNHW SOXV EDNH VDOH DQG IRRG ERRWK Donations Â currently Â being Â taken; Â tables Â available Â for Â rent. Â Info: Â 767-Â9157. Â Church Â supper Â in Â Vergennes. Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 5-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â Spiral-Âcut Â ham, Â baked Â beans, Â broccoli Â salad, Â roll, Â blueberry Â crisp Â with Â ice Â cream Â and Â beverage. Â Served Â buffet-Âstyle. Â Cost Â $8 Â adults, Â $4 Â children. Â Takeout Â available. Â Info: Â 877-Â3150. Â Summer Â Reading Â Series Â in Â Rochester. Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â BigTown Â Gallery. Â John Â Elder Â and Â Woon-ÂPing Â Chin Â read Â from Â their Â own Â work. Â Free. Â Refreshments Â follow. Â Info: Â 767-Â9670. Â King Â Pede Â party Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Ferrisburgh Â Community Â Center Â & Â Town Â Hall. Â Sandwich Â supper Â followed Â by Â an Â evening Â of Â fun Â and Â card Â games. Â Come Â planning Â to Â play Â King Â Pede Â or Â bring Â your Â own Â favorite Â card Â game. Â Requested Â donation: Â $2.50. Â â€œFill Â the Â Voidâ€? Â screening Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â The Â Middlebury Â College Â Language Â Schools Â International Â Film Â Festival Â continues Â with Â â€œLemale Â et Â haâ€™halal,â€? Â (â€œFill Â the Â Voidâ€?). Â A Â devout Â 18-Âyear-Âold Â Israeli Â is Â pressured Â to Â marry Â the Â husband Â of Â her Â late Â sister. Â Declaring Â her Â inde-Â pendence Â in Â her Â ultra-ÂOrthodox Â community Â is Â not Â an Â option. Â Free. Â In Â Hebrew Â with Â English Â subtitles. Â Discussion Â follows Â the Â screening. Â
Special Â Effects Â Spectacular Â for Â kids Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 13, Â 9 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Four-Âday Â class, Â Aug. Â 13-Â16, Â for Â kids Â in Â grades Â 4 Â and Â up Â who Â have Â attended Â a Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action! Â FDPSRUDWOHDVWÂżYHVHVVLRQVRIWKH<RXWK0HGLD Lab. Â Learn Â how Â to Â add Â special Â effects Â to Â your Â movies. Â Advance Â registration Â required; Â space Â is Â limited. Â Register Â online Â starting Â June Â 1 Â at Â www. ilsleypubliclibrary.org. Â â€œWeed Â and Â feedâ€? Â gardening Â get-Âtogether Â in Â Monkton. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 13, Â 9:30 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Willowell Â Foundation Â (Stoney Â Meadow Â Lane Â and Â Bristol Â Road). Â Weekly Â summer Â gathering Â for Â all Â ages Â and Â levels Â of Â experience Â to Â lend Â a Â hand Â at Â the Â Willowell Â Foundationâ€™s Â teaching Â garden Â and Â farm, Â followed Â by Â a Â lunch Â of Â brick-Âoven Â pizza. Â Produce Â harvested Â goes Â to Â local Â schools Â and Â food Â shelves. Â Check Â for Â weather-Âbased Â deci-Â sions: Â www.willowell.org Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â
Mark Â Twain Â living Â history Â presen-Â tation Â in Â Brandon. Â Sunday, Â Aug. Â 11, Â 3-Â4:30 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Town Â Hall. Â Mark Â Twain Â lookalike Â Eric Â Rotsinger Â brings Â this Â historic Â author Â and Â his Â personality Â to Â life. Â Tickets Â $5, Â available Â at Â Carrâ€™s Â Florist Â and Â Gifts Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â Free Â yoga/meditation Â in Â Middlebury. Â Sunday, Â $XJ SP 2WWHU &UHHN <RJD LQ WKH Marble Â Works. Â Monthly Â community Â gathering Â with Â gentle Â yoga, Â meditation Â and Â reading Â the Â Five Â Mindfulness Â Trainings Â of Â Thich Â Nhat Â Hanh. Â Beginners Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â1961. Â No Â charge Â but Â donations Â are Â accepted. Â This Â class Â is Â a Â EHQHÂżWIRU+23( Jeremy Â Mohney Â Quartet Â in Â Brandon. Â Sunday, Â Aug. Â 11, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Music. Â Hot Â
Music Â in Â the Â air ADIRONDACK Â CHAIRS Â DOT Â the Â Middlebury Â College Â lawn Â around Â Mead Â Chapel. Â They Â offer Â a Â comfortable Â spot Â from Â which Â to Â hear Â the Â chapelâ€™s Â bells, Â which Â will Â be Â played Â by Â Canadian Â caril-Â lonneur Â Gordon Â Slater Â on Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â as Â part Â of Â the Â collegeâ€™s Â free Â Summer Â Carillon Â Series.
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Satin Â and Â Steel Â in Â concert Â in Â Castleton. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 13, Â 7-Â10 Â p.m., Â Castleton Â Pavilion. Â Part Â of Â the Â 2013 Â Castleton Â Summer Â Concert Â Series. Â Free. Â Rain Â or Â shine. Â Free. Â Info: Â www.castleton. edu/concerts. Â â€œTelling Â Amyâ€™s Â Storyâ€? Â screening Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Tuesday, Â Aug. Â 13, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Twilight Â Hall, Â 50 Â Franklin Â St. Â Presented Â by Â the Â Addison Â County Â Council Â Against Â Domestic Â and Â Sexual Â Violence. Â Free. Â
GED Â testing Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 8:45 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Vermont Â Adult Â Learning, Â 282 Â Boardman Â St. Â Pre-Âregistration Â required. Â Call Â 388-Â4392 Â for Â info Â and Â to Â register. Â Fourth Â annual Â Family Â Tie-ÂDye Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Bring Â in Â your Â own Â pre-Âwashed Â shirts, Â pillowcases, Â socks, Â etc., Â for Â this Â fun Â end-Âof-Â summer Â tradition. Â Drop-Âin. Â Info: Â 388-Â4097. Â UVM Â Morgan Â Horse Â Farm Â open Â house Â in Â Weybridge. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Â 2:30 Â p.m., Â UVM Â Morgan Â Horse Â Farm. Â Free Â and Â open Â to Â the Â public. Â St. Â Ambrose Â Lawn Â Party Â and Â Chicken Â Barbecue Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 5-Â8 Â p.m., Â %ULVWRO WRZQ JUHHQ %%4 FKLFNHQ DQG Âż[LQJV pie Â contest Â and Â sale, Â fried Â bread Â dough, Â baked Â goodies, Â white Â elephant Â table. Â In Â the Â event Â of Â rain, Â the Â church Â hall Â will Â be Â open Â for Â dining. Â Info: Â 453-Â2488. Â Lego Â Night Â in Â Shoreham. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 5:30-Â7 Â p.m., Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library. Â See Â what Â you Â can Â make Â with Â the Â libraryâ€™s Â amazing Â Lego Â collection, Â and Â enjoy Â a Â little Â friendly Â competi-Â tion Â in Â the Â process. Â For Â anyone Â 5 Â or Â older. Â Info: Â 897-Â2647. Â Jubilee Â Jazz Â Band Â concert Â in Â Brandon. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Central Â Park. Â Six-Âpiece Â band Â plays Â Dixieland Â jazz. Â Info: Â 247-Â6401 Â or Â www.brandon.org. Â Part Â of Â Brandonâ€™s Â free Â summer Â concert Â series. Â Band Â concert Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 7-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â town Â green. Â Free Â weekly Â band Â concert, Â weather Â permitting, Â through Â the Â end Â of Â August. Â Book Â discussion Â group Â in Â Lincoln. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â This Â monthâ€™s Â book: Â â€œTell Â the Â Wolves Â Iâ€™m Â Homeâ€? Â by Â Carol Â Rifka Â Brunt. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â Historical Â society Â meeting Â in Â Salisbury. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Salisbury Â Congregational Â Church. Â The Â Salisbury Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â Bill Â Powers, Â who Â will Â speak Â about Â and Â share Â photos Â of Â the Â Sucker Â Brook Â sawmill Â community, Â including Â the Â Newton Â & Â Thompson Â sawmill, Â Aunt Â Jenny Â and Â her Â teahouse, Â artist Â Charles Â Wesley Â Sanderson, Â farmer Â Loyal Â Kelsey Â and Â others. Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â welcome Â and Â reading Â in Â Ripton. Â Wednesday, Â Aug. Â 14, Â 8:15-Â 9:15 Â p.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â
Early Â birds OTTER Â CREEK Â AUDUBON Â and Â Middlebury Â Area Â Land Â Trust Â offer Â their Â next Â monthly Â wild-Â life Â walk Â on Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â at Â 7 Â a.m. Â at Â Otter Â View Â Park, Â on Â the Â corner Â of Â Weybridge Â Street Â and Â Pulp Â Mill Â Bridge Â Road. Â The Â guided Â walk Â is Â a Â great Â opportunity Â for Â beginning Â birders. Welcome Â by Â Michael Â Collier Â and Â readings Â by Â Linda Â Bierds Â and Â Randall Â Kenan. Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â RU DIWHU $XJ WR FRQÂżUP )XOO schedule Â at Â www.middlebury.edu/blwc. Â
Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â lecture Â in Â Ripton. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 15, Â 9-Â10 Â a.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â Alan Â Shapiro Â presents Â â€œMark Â Twain Â and Â the Â Creative Â Ambiguities Â of Â Expertise.â€? Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12 Â or Â 443-Â2700 Â after Â Aug. Â 12 Â to Â FRQÂżUP )XOO VFKHGXOH DW ZZZPLGGOHEXU\HGX blwc. Â â€œMunch Â 150â€? Â exhibition Â broadcast Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 15, Â 11 Â a.m.-Â12:45 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Audiences Â will Â get Â a Â closeup Â view Â of Â the Â full Â â€œMunch Â 150â€? Â exhibi-Â tion Â of Â the Â lifetime Â works Â of Â Edvard Â Munch, Â broadcast Â from Â Norwayâ€™s Â Munch Â Museum Â and Â National Â Museum, Â shown Â on Â the Â THT Â big Â screen. Â Broadcast Â includes Â a Â virtual Â tour Â of Â Norway. Â Tickets Â $10/$6, Â available Â at Â the Â THT Â ER[ RIÂżFH RU WRZQKDOOWKHDWHURUJ RU at Â the Â door. Â Also Â showing Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â reading Â in Â Ripton. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 15, Â 4:30-Â5:30 Â p.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â Reading Â by Â Frank Â Bidart. Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12 Â or Â 443-Â2700 Â DIWHU$XJWRFRQÂżUP)XOOVFKHGXOHDWZZZ middlebury.edu/blwc. Â 3UHPLHUH RI 7URSLFDO 6WRUP ,UHQH ÂżOP LQ Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 15, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Vermont Â Folklife Â Center. Â Filmmaker Â Joe Â DeFelice Â will Â screen Â his Â new Â documentary, Â â€œAfter Â the Â Floods: Â Vermontâ€™s Â Rivers Â and Â the Â Legacy Â of Â Irene.â€? Â In Â conjunction Â with Â the Â VFCâ€™s Â FXUUHQWH[KLELWÂł7KH3RZHURI:DWHU5HĂ€HFWLRQV on Â Rivers Â and Â Lessons Â from Â Irene,â€? Â on Â display Â
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through Â Sept. Â 7. Â Info: Â 388-Â4964. Â â€œMunch Â 150â€? Â exhibition Â broadcast Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 15, Â 7-Â8:45 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Audiences Â will Â get Â a Â closeup Â view Â of Â the Â full Â â€œMunch Â 150â€? Â exhibition Â of Â the Â lifetime Â works Â of Â Edvard Â Munch, Â broadcast Â from Â Norwayâ€™s Â Munch Â Museum Â and Â National Â Museum, Â shown Â on Â the Â THT Â big Â screen. Â Broadcast Â includes Â a Â virtual Â tour Â of Â Norway. Â 7LFNHWVDYDLODEOHDWWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFH 382-Â9222 Â or Â townhalltheater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â readings Â in Â Ripton. Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 15, Â 8:15-Â9:15 Â p.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â Readings Â by Â Jamie Â Quatro, Â Robert Â Boswell Â and Â Jennifer Â Grotz. Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12 Â or Â 443-Â2700 Â after Â $XJ WR FRQÂżUP )XOO VFKHGXOH DW ZZZ middlebury.edu/blwc. Â Â
Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â lecture Â in Â Ripton. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 9-Â10 Â a.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â Charles Â Baxter Â presents Â â€œThe Â Request Â Moment, Â or Â â€™Thereâ€™s Â Something Â I Â Want Â You Â to Â Do.â€™â€? Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12 Â or Â 443-Â2700 Â DIWHU$XJWRFRQÂżUP)XOOVFKHGXOHDWZZZ middlebury.edu/blwc. Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â luncheon Â of Â turkey Â and Â roast Â vegetable Â quiche, Â heirloom Â tomato Â gazpacho, Â wheat Â rolls, Â fruit Â salad Â and Â Vermont Â blueberry Â tart. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800 Â 642-Â5119. End-Âof-Âsummer Â reading Â party Â for Â kids Â in Â Lincoln. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 2-Â4 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â Ice Â cream, Â a Â dinosaur Â bone Â hunt, Â games Â and Â prizes. Â Drawing Â for Â the Â â€œPizza Â with Â Debiâ€? Â prize. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â
Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â readings Â in Â Ripton. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 4:15-Â5:15 Â p.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â Readings Â by Â Emilia Â Phillips, Â Terrance Â Hayes Â and Â Lia Â Purpura. Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12 Â or Â 443-Â2700 Â after Â Aug. Â 12 Â to Â FRQÂżUP )XOO VFKHGXOH DW ZZZPLGGOHEXU\HGX blwc. Â Carillon Â concert Â at Â Middlebury Â College.8/16 Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 5-Â6 Â p.m., Â Mead Â Chapel Â and Â surrounding Â grounds. Â George Â Matthew Â Jr., Â caril-Â lonneur Â at Â Middlebury Â College Â and Â Norwich Â University, Â performs Â the Â last Â concert Â in Â a Â summer-Âlong Â series Â of Â carillon Â concerts Â featur-Â ing Â guest Â carillonneurs Â from Â around Â the Â world. Â Info: Â 443-Â3168 Â or Â www.middlebury.edu/arts. Â Teddy Â Bear/Stuffed Â Friend Â Sleepover Â in Â Shoreham. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 6-Â7 Â p.m., Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library. Â Kids Â ages Â 3 Â and Â older Â are Â invited Â to Â come Â in Â their Â PJâ€™s Â for Â a Â bedtime Â snack Â and Â story Â time Â before Â dropping Â their Â favorite Â stuffed Â animal Â off Â for Â a Â sleepover. Â Kids Â can Â pick Â up Â their Â animals Â the Â next Â morning Â from Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m. Â Info: Â 897-Â2647. Â â€œNordic Â Visionsâ€? Â classical Â concert Â in Â Rochester. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Rochester Â Federated Â Church. Â The Â Rochester Â Chamber Â Music Â Society Â presents Â â€œNordic Â Visions: Â Music Â from Â Norway, Â Sweden Â and Â Finland,â€? Â with Â soprano Â Mary Â Bonhag, Â Evan Â Premo Â on Â double Â bass, Â and Â Cynthia Â Huard Â on Â piano. Â Free, Â but Â donations Â welcome. Â Info: Â 767-Â9234 Â or Â rcmsvt. org. Â Teen Â movie Â night Â in Â Lincoln. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â This Â monthâ€™s Â title: Â â€œPitch Â Perfectâ€? Â (PG-Â13). Â Free Â to Â all Â teens Â grades Â 7 Â and Â up. Â Refreshments Â served. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â Bread Â Loaf Â Writersâ€™ Â Conference Â readings Â in Â Ripton. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 8:15-Â9:15 Â p.m., Â Little Â Theatre, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Campus. Â Readings Â by Â Vievee Â Francis-ÂOlzmann, Â Anthony Â Marra Â and Â Helena Â MarĂa Â Viramontes. Â Free. Â Events Â subject Â to Â change; Â call Â 443-Â5286 Â through Â Aug. Â 12 Â or Â DIWHU$XJWRFRQÂżUP)XOOVFKHGXOH at Â www.middlebury.edu/blwc. Â
LIVEMUSIC Michele Â Fay Â Band Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â The Â Will Â Patton Â Ensemble Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â The Â Bumping Â Jones Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 9, Â 10 Â p.m.-Â2 Â a.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â Cooper Â & Â LaVoie Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Hot Â Neon Â Magic Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Aug. Â 10, Â 10 Â p.m.-Âmidnight, Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â 3 Â Sheets Â 2 Â the Â Wind Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Aug. Â 16, Â 10 Â p.m.-Â2 Â a.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. See Â a Â full Â listing Â of Â
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Dining and Entertainment tĹ?ĹŻĹŻWÄ‚ĆŠĹ˝ĹśĹśĆ?ÄžĹľÄ?ĹŻÄž Friday, Â August Â 9, Â 5 Â â€“ Â 7pm Led Â by Â renowned Â jazz Â mandolinist Â tĹ?ĹŻĹŻWÄ‚ĆŠĹ˝ĹśÍ•ĆšĹšĹ?Ć?ĹśĆ?ÄžĹľÄ?ĹŻÄžÍ›Ć? ĆŒÄžĆ‰ÄžĆŒĆšĹ˝Ĺ?ĆŒÄžÄ¨ÄžÄ‚ĆšĆľĆŒÄžĆ?ÄŽÄžĆŒÇ‡ĆŒÄ‚ÇŒĹ?ĹŻĹ?Ä‚Ĺś Ć?Ä‚ĹľÄ?Ä‚Ć?Ä‚ĹśÄšÄ¨Ĺ˝ĹŻĹŹÇ Ä‚ĹŻĆšÇŒÄžĆ?Í•Ĺ?ÄžĹśĆšĹŻÄž Ä?ĹšĹ˝ĆŒĹ˝Ć?Ä‚ĹśÄšĹšĹ˝Ćš'Ç‡Ć‰Ć?Ç‡ĹŠÄ‚ÇŒÇŒÍ˜
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Andric Â Severance Â Quartet Thursday, Â August Â 15, Â 7 Â â€“ Â 10pm dĹšÄžĹśÄšĆŒĹ?Ä?^ÄžÇ€ÄžĆŒÄ‚ĹśÄ?ÄžYĆľÄ‚ĆŒĆšÄžĆš Ć‰ÄžĆŒÄ¨Ĺ˝ĆŒĹľĆ?Ä‚ÄŽÄžĆŒÇ‡Ć?ĆšÄžÇ Ĺ˝Ä¨>Ä‚Ć&#x;ĹśÍ• Ä¨ĆŒĹ˝Í˛ĆľÄ?Ä‚ĹśÄ‚ĹśÄšĆŒÄ‚ÇŒĹ?ĹŻĹ?Ä‚ĹśĹŠÄ‚ÇŒÇŒÍ˜
ĹŻĆľÄžĆ?:Ä‚Ĺľ Wednesday, Â August Â 21, Â 8 Â â€“ Â 10pm :Ĺ˝Ĺ?ĹśĆľĆ?ÄžÇ€ÄžĆŒÇ‡ĎŻrd Â Wednesday Â Ä¨Ĺ˝ĆŒĹŻĆľÄžĆ?:Ä‚ĹľÍ˜ÄžĹśĹśĹ?Ć?tĹ?ĹŻĹŻĹľĹ˝ĆŠ Ä¨ĆŒĹ˝Ĺľ>ÄžĹŒÇ‡Äž:ĆľĹľĆ‰Ç Ĺ?ĹŻĹŻĆ‰ĆŒĹ˝Ç€Ĺ?ÄšÄž ĹŻÄžÄ‚ÄšĹ?ĆľĹ?ĆšÄ‚ĆŒÍ•Ä?Ä‚Ć?Ć?Í•Ä‚ĹśÄšÄšĆŒĆľĹľĆ?Ä‚ĹśÄš ĆšĹšÄžĆ?ÄžĹ?ĆľÇ‡Ć?Ç Ĺ?ĹŻĹŻÄ?Ä‚Ä?ĹŹÇ‡Ĺ˝ĆľĆľĆ‰Ĺ˝ĆŒ ĆšÄ‚ĹŹÄžÄ‚Ä?ĆŒÄžÄ‚ĹŹÄ‚ĹśÄšĹŻÄžĆšÇ‡Ĺ˝ĆľĆ‰ĹŻÄ‚Ç‡Í˜ ĹŻĹŻĹľĆľĆ?Ĺ?Ä?Ĺ?Ä‚ĹśĆ?Ä‚ĹśÄšÄ?ĹŻĆľÄžĆ?Ä¨Ä‚ĹśĆ?Ä‚ĆŒÄž Ç ÄžĹŻÄ?Ĺ˝ĹľÄžÍŠÇ€ÄžĆŒÇ‡Ĺ˝ĹśÄžĹ?ÄžĆšĆ?ĆšĹ˝Ć‰ĹŻÄ‚Ç‡Í˜
EÍ›Ĺ?Ĺ˝ĹśĹ?ZĹ˝Ä?ĹŹ Friday, Â August Â 23 Â | Â 8-Ââ€?11pm &ÄžÄ‚ĆšĆľĆŒĹ?ĹśĹ?ĹľÄžĹľÄ?ÄžĆŒĆ?Ĺ˝Ä¨Ä‚ĆŒĹ?ĹŹÄ‚Í• ZĆľÄ?Ä?ĹŻÄžÄ?ĆľÄ?ĹŹÄžĆšÍ•Ä‚ĹśÄšĹ˝ĹśĹŹĹ?ĹŻĹ˝ÍŠÄ¨ĆŒĹ˝ &ĆľĹśĹŹKĆŒÄ?ĹšÄžĆ?ĆšĆŒÄ‚Í•EÍ›Ĺ?Ĺ˝ĹśĹ?ZĹ˝Ä?ĹŹĹ˝ÄŤÄžĆŒĆ? Ä‚ĆľĹśĹ?Ć‹ĆľÄžÄ¨ĆľĆ?Ĺ?Ĺ˝ĹśĹ˝Ä¨tÄžĆ?ĆšÄ¨ĆŒĹ?Ä?Ä‚ĹśÍ• ĹŠÄ‚ÇŒÇŒÍ•Ä‚ĹśÄšÄ¨ĆľĹśĹŹĆŒĹšÇ‡ĆšĹšĹľĆ?Í˜
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German students sing Strauss auf Deutsch Middlebury Â College Â is Â famous Â for Â its Â â€œtotal Â immersionâ€? Â summer Â lan-Â guage Â program, Â in Â which Â students Â are Â required Â to Â speak, Â read Â and Â even Â think Â in Â the Â language Â theyâ€™re Â study-Â ing Â for Â the Â length Â of Â their Â stay. The Â German Â for Â Singers Â program Â takes Â this Â a Â step Â further, Â combining Â music Â and Â vocal Â instruction Â with Â the Â traditional Â language Â curriculum. Â This Â year Â the Â school Â will Â feature Â its Â talented Â young Â singers Â in Â Johann Â Straussâ€™ Â fa-Â mous Â operetta, Â â€œDie Â Fledermaus,â€? Â which Â will Â play Â two Â performances Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â on Â Thursday Â and Â Friday, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. â€œDie Â Fledermausâ€? Â (â€œThe Â Batâ€?) Â is Â a Â mischievous Â delight, Â a Â tale Â of Â re-Â venge Â and Â mistaken Â identity Â with Â in-Â spired Â silliness Â and Â a Â luscious Â score Â by Â Strauss. Â This Â very Â Viennese Â plot Â is Â bathed Â in Â some Â of Â Straussâ€™ Â most Â famous Â music, Â a Â whole Â bouquet Â of Â musical Â idioms Â that Â perfectly Â cap-Â ture Â the Â Austro-ÂHungarian Â Empire Â in Â late Â 19th Â century. The Â production Â is Â directed Â by Â Bet-Â tina Â Matthias Â with Â Stephan Â Boving. Â The Â musical Â director Â is Â Stefan Â Rut-Â ter. Â The Â production Â is Â in Â German Â with Â no Â supertitles, Â but Â there Â will Â be Â a Â pre-Âperformance Â talk Â in Â English Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. The Â main Â section Â of Â the Â theater Â is Â reserved Â for Â language Â school Â stu-Â dents, Â but Â seats Â in Â the Â balcony Â will Â be Â made Â available Â to Â anyone Â in Â the Â community Â for Â $15. Â Tickets Â may Â be Â purchased Â at Â townhalltheater.org, Â DW WKH 7+7 %R[ 2IÂżFH (daily Â except Â Sunday, Â noon-Â5 Â p.m.) Â and Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. HOT Â JAZZ Â IN Â BRANDON The Â swinging Â beats Â of Â the Â Jeremy Â Mohney Â Quartet Â bring Â their Â hot Â jazz Â sound Â to Â Brandon Â Music Â on Â Sunday Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Hot Â jazz Â started Â in Â New Â Orleans Â in Â the Â early Â 20th Â century Â with Â a Â blend Â of Â ragtime, Â blues, Â and Â brass Â band Â marches Â and Â was Â the Â precursor Â to Â
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swing Â music. Â Louis Â Armstrong Â once Â said, Â â€œThereâ€™s Â two Â kinds Â of Â music, Â the Â good Â and Â the Â bad. Â I Â play Â the Â good Â kind.â€? Â Mohney Â and Â his Â quartet Â do, Â too, Â following Â in Â the Â footsteps Â of Â such Â artists Â as Â Armstrong, Â Count Â Basie, Â Benny Â Goodman, Â Django Â Re-Â inhardt Â and Â Glenn Â Miller. Â However, Â Mohney Â adds Â his Â original Â composi-Â
tions Â and Â vocals Â into Â the Â mix Â as Â well. The Â quartet, Â typically Â featuring Â two Â guitars Â and Â a Â string Â bass Â in Â the Â rhythm Â section Â with Â Mohney Â on Â sax-Â ophone Â and Â vocals, Â is Â keeping Â the Â toe-Âtapping Â music Â of Â the Â 1920s, Â â€™30s Â and Â â€™40s Â alive. Â Their Â music Â is Â tight, Â while Â leaving Â ample Â room Â for Â im-Â provisation, Â and Â their Â sound Â proves Â that Â the Â emotion Â and Â joy Â of Â this Â mu-Â
ĆľWĹ˝ĹśĆšĆŒĹ˝ĆšĹšÄžĆŒĆ? Saturday, Â August Â 31 Â | Â 8-Ââ€?11pm dĹšÄžĆľWĹ˝ĹśĆšĆŒĹ˝ĆšĹšÄžĆŒĆ?Ĺ˝ÄŤÄžĆŒĹŻĆľĆ?Ĺš ÄŽĹśĹ?ÄžĆŒÍ˛Ć?ĆšÇ‡ĹŻÄžĹ?ĆľĹ?ĆšÄ‚ĆŒÇ Ĺ˝ĆŒĹŹĆšĹšÄ‚ĆšĹ?Ć? Ä?Ĺ˝ĹľĆ‰ĹŻĹ?ĹľÄžĹśĆšÄžÄšÄ?Ç‡Ä‚Ç€Ĺ˝Ä?Ä‚ĹŻÄ?ĹŻÄžĹśÄš ĆšĹšÄ‚ĆšÄ?Ĺ˝ĆľĹŻÄšĹ˝ĹśĹŻÇ‡Ä?ÄžĹľÄ‚ĆšÄ?ĹšÄžÄš Ä?Ç‡Ä?ĹŻĹ˝Ĺ˝ÄšĆŒÄžĹŻÄ‚Ć&#x;Ĺ˝ĹśÍ˜dĹšÄžĹ?ĆŒĆ?Ĺ˝ĆľĹśÄš Ĺ?Ć?sÄžĆŒĹľĹ˝ĹśĆšÍ˛ĹľÄ‚ÄšÄžÄ¨Ĺ˝ĹŻĹŹÍ˛ĆŒĹ˝Ä?ĹŹÍ˛ ĹľÄžĆŒĹ?Ä?Ä‚ĹśÄ‚Ç Ĺ?ĆšĹšĆ?ĆšĆŒĹ˝ĹśĹ?Ç Ĺ˝ĆŒĹŻÄš Ĺ?ĹśĹ‡ĆľÄžĹśÄ?ÄžĆ?Í˜ Cleverly located at 51 Â Main Â Street Â Â Middlebury, Â V T
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sic Â has Â not Â and Â will Â not Â fade Â away. General Â admis-Â sion Â is Â $15 Â with Â a Â pre-Âconcert Â dinner Â available Â for Â just Â $15. Â Reservations Â are Â encour-Â aged. Â Venue Â is Â BYOB. Â Call Â 465-Â4071 Â or Â e-Âmail Â info@ brandon-Âmusic.net Â for Â reserva-Â tions Â or Â information. Â Brandon Â Music Â is Â located Â at Â 62 Â Country Â Club Â Road Â in Â Brandon. Â For Â additional Â informa-Â tion, Â visit Â brandon-Âmusic.net. TWO Â BROTHERS Â TAVERN There Â will Â be Â three Â live Â musical Â performances Â this Â week Â at Â the Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern Â located Â at Â 86 Â Main Â St. Â in Â Middlebury. Â On Â Friday, Â The Â Michele Â Fay Â Band Â will Â perform Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â The Â Michele Â Fay Â Band Â is Â a Â Vermont-Âbased Â acous-Â tic Â quartet Â that Â features Â original Â and Â roots Â music. Â Fayâ€™s Â heart-Âfelt Â lyrics Â are Â central Â to Â the Â ensemble, Â which Â brings Â forth Â a Â comfortable Â groove Â of Â IRONVZLQJDQGEOXHJUDVVLQĂ€XHQFHG (See Â Arts Â Beat, Â Page Â 11)
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Cosmic Forecast For the week of August 5
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Arts Â Beat Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 10) songs Â that Â are Â seamlessly Â woven Â to-Â gether. Â Theyâ€™ll Â be Â playing Â upstairs Â in Â the Â tavern Â for Â a Â special Â Arts Â Walk Â live Â music Â happy Â hour Â show. Â Itâ€™s Â free. Then, Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â Two Â Brothers Â presents Â The Â Bumping Â Jones. Â Playing Â a Â wide Â variety Â of Â mu-Â sic Â seeped Â in Â rock, Â soul, Â funk, Â jazz Â and Â surf Â styles, Â The Â Bumping Â Jones Â concoct Â their Â own Â blend Â of Â interest-Â ing Â music. Â With Â the Â addition Â of Â a Â KRUQVVHFWLRQWKHEDQGKDVVROLGLÂżHG their Â lineup Â and Â have Â been Â relent-Â lessly Â writing Â and Â gigging Â around Â Vermont Â to Â packed Â venues. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Finally Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â Hot Â Neon Â Magic Â takes Â to Â the Â Tav-Â ernâ€™s Â stage. Â Simply Â put, Â Hot Â Neon Â Magic Â is Â the Â best Â â€™80s Â cover Â band Â in Â Vermont. Â Donâ€™t Â miss Â their Â trium-Â phant Â return Â to Â the Â Lounge. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Â For Â more Â information, Â call Â 388-Â0002. LIVE Â MUSIC Â AT Â 51 Â MAIN There Â will Â be Â two Â musical Â events Â this Â week Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â 51 Â Main. Â At Â 5 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â in Â conjunction Â with Â the Â Middlebury Â Arts Â Walk, Â there Â will Â be Â an Â exhibit Â of Â a Â series Â of Â photographs Â by Â Sandy Â Pratt, Â â€œIn-Â spired Â by Â Nature,â€? Â along Â with Â live Â music Â by Â the Â Will Â Patton Â Ensemble. Â Led Â by Â renowned Â jazz Â mandolinist Â Will Â Patton, Â this Â ensembleâ€™s Â reper-Â WRLUHIHDWXUHVÂżHU\%UD]LOLDQVDPEDV and Â folk Â waltzes, Â gentle Â choros Â and Â hot Â Gypsy Â jazz. Then, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â local Â favorites Â Cooper Â & Â LaVoie Â take Â to Â the Â stage Â for Â an Â encore Â performance. Â Cooper Â & Â LaVoie Â play Â a Â great Â mix Â of Â acoustic Â blues Â and Â folk Â classics, Â fea-Â turing Â Bob Â Recupero Â on Â guitar Â and Â Mark Â LaVoie Â on Â harmonica. All Â ages, Â no Â cover. Â For Â additional Â information Â visit Â www.go51main. com Â or Â phone Â 388-Â8209. POINT Â COUNTERPOINT On Â Friday, Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â the Â Salis-Â bury Â Church Â will Â host Â a Â chamber Â concert Â by Â the Â Point Â CounterPoint Â faculty Â ensemble Â under Â music Â di-Â rector Â Randy Â Hiller. Â Their Â program Â will Â emphasize Â their Â educational Â mission, Â their Â performance Â exper-Â tise, Â and Â their Â international Â range, Â and Â will Â begin Â with Â a Â lecture/per-Â formance Â of Â Beethovenâ€™s Â Grosse Â Fugue. Â Also Â included Â will Â be Â a Â series Â of Â Turkish Â songs Â featuring Â faculty Â members Â Beste Â Tiknaz Â and Â Lacin Â
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ADDISON Â COUNTY
EMILY Â JACKE
STU Â FRAM
Vermont Â Community Â Foundation Â hires Â two Â for Â 2-Âyear Â fellowships MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Vermont Â Community Â Foundation, Â the Â High Â Meadows Â Fund Â and Â Middlebury Â College Â announce Â that Â two Â recent Â Middlebury Â College Â graduates Â have Â been Â hired Â for Â two-Âyear Â fellowships Â with Â the Â Vermont Â Community Â Foundation Â and Â the Â High Â Meadows Â Fund. Â The Â fellowship Â program Â was Â estab-Â lished Â in Â 2007 Â with Â the Â support Â of Â Community Â Foundation Â fund-Â holders Â Carl Â and Â Judy Â Ferenbach. Â For Â the Â current Â fellowships, Â the Â J. Â Warren Â and Â Lois Â McClure Â Foundation Â is Â also Â providing Â support. Community Â Foundation Â President Â Stuart Â Comstock-ÂGay Â says, Â â€œOur Â hope Â is Â that Â these Â fellowships Â will Â instill Â a Â belief Â in Â the Â value Â of Â philanthropy Â to Â build Â community Â â€” Â a Â belief Â the Â fellows Â can Â take Â with Â them Â wherever Â they Â go Â in Â life. Â Each Â fellow Â brings Â their Â own Â interests, Â skills, Â and Â fresh Â perspective Â to Â the Â role, Â some-Â thing Â that Â has Â proven Â invaluable Â over Â the Â past Â six Â years Â in Â helping Â us Â achieve Â our Â mission Â of Â build-Â ing Â healthy Â and Â vital Â Vermont Â communities.â€? â€œWe Â are Â delighted Â that Â the Â Vermont Â Community Â Foundation Â values Â the Â talents Â and Â commit-Â ment Â of Â our Â graduates. Â In Â return, Â our Â alumni Â have Â a Â wonderful Â opportunity Â to Â learn Â a Â number Â of Â skills Â and Â bring Â that Â experi-Â ence Â to Â whatever Â challenge Â they Â pursue Â next,â€? Â said Â Tracy Â Himmel Â Isham, Â assistant Â director Â of Â career Â services Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Emily Â Jacke Â (â€™12.5) Â is Â
the Â 2013-Â2015 Â Community Â Philanthropy Â Fellow Â and Â will Â work Â with Â the Â communications, Â grant-Âmaking Â and Â philanthropy Â teams Â to Â build Â the Â public Â profile Â of Â philanthropy Â in Â Vermont. Â She Â will Â be Â introduced Â to Â the Â fields Â of Â community Â development, Â communications, Â public Â rela-Â tions, Â community Â research, Â and Â marketing. As Â a Â theater Â major Â with Â a Â passion Â for Â anthropology Â and Â environ-Â mental Â studies, Â Jacke Â brings Â to Â her Â new Â role Â a Â background Â in Â storytelling Â and Â collaboration, Â and Â a Â strong Â belief Â in Â the Â power Â of Â philanthropy Â to Â create Â change Â and Â inspire Â others. Stu Â Fram Â (â€™13) Â is Â the Â 2013-Â 2015 Â Environmental Â Philanthropy Â Fellow Â at Â the Â High Â Meadows Â Fund, Â a Â supporting Â organization Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Community Â Foundation. Â This Â fellowship Â is Â connected Â to Â the Â Princeton-Âbased Â High Â Meadows Â Fellowship Â program, Â and Â Stu Â will Â work Â with Â the Â staff Â and Â board Â of Â the Â High Â Meadows Â Fund Â on Â grant-Â making, Â convening, Â research Â and Â engagement Â in Â support Â of Â the Â fundâ€™s Â mission Â to Â promote Â vibrant Â communities Â and Â a Â healthy Â natu-Â ral Â environment Â while Â encourag-Â ing Â long-Âterm Â economic Â vitality Â in Â Vermont. As Â a Â human Â ecology Â major Â with Â a Â particular Â interest Â in Â community Â food Â systems, Â Fram Â has Â a Â lot Â to Â offer Â and Â a Â lot Â to Â learn Â from Â the Â fundâ€™s Â focus Â on Â sustainable Â agri-Â culture, Â the Â working Â landscape, Â and Â efficient Â and Â renewable Â energy.
/HLFHVWHUMRLQVLQYDVLYHVSHFLHVÂżJKW LEICESTER Â â€” Â The Â town Â of Â Leicester Â has Â been Â awarded Â a Â $28,000 Â grant Â from Â the Â Vermont Â Department Â of Â Environmental Â Conservation Â (DEC) Â to Â help Â control Â invasive Â species Â on Â Lake Â Dunmore Â and Â Fern Â Lake, Â located Â in Â the Â towns Â of Â Leicester Â and Â Salisbury. Â The Â control Â program Â is Â coordinated Â and Â operated Â by Â the Â Lake Â Dunmore/Fern Â Lake Â Association. The Â award Â from Â DECâ€™s Â Watershed Â Management Â Division Â will Â help Â the Â association Â fund Â Eurasian Â milfoil Â control Â in Â both Â lakes Â during Â the Â spring, Â summer Â and Â fall Â of Â 2013. Â The Â asso-Â FLDWLRQDF QRQSURÂżWFRUSRUDWLRQ has Â a Â total Â annual Â budget Â of Â $140,000, Â funded Â by Â the Â Vermont Â Department Â of Â Environmental Â Conservation Â grant-Â in-Âaid, Â the Â Lake Â Champlain Â Basin Â
Program, Â lake Â residents, Â friends Â of Â the Â lakes Â and Â the Â towns Â of Â Leicester Â and Â Salisbury. â€œOur Â lakes Â are Â tremendous Â economic Â resources Â for Â the Â region Â and Â the Â gener-Â ous Â grant Â from Â the Â Agency Â of Â Natural Â Resources Â means Â we Â will Â be Â able Â to Â be Â even Â more Â aggressive Â in Â our Â efforts Â to Â ÂżJKWQRQQDWLYHVSHFLHVWKDWHDFK\HDU threaten Â our Â lakes,â€? Â said Â Allen Â Wilson, Â volunteer Â coordinator Â for Â the Â associa-Â tion. Â â€œThe Â funds, Â in Â conjunction Â with Â our Â incredible Â volunteer Â resources, Â means Â we Â can Â enhance Â our Â efforts Â to Â control Â the Â spread Â of Â Eurasian Â water Â milfoil. Â To Â date Â EWM Â is Â the Â only Â invasive Â species Â known Â to Â exist Â in Â our Â lakes.â€? The Â grant Â supports Â a Â control Â proj-Â ect Â that Â incorporates Â volunteer Â lake Â
monitoring, Â the Â use Â of Â diver-Âoperated Â suction Â harvesting, Â the Â hand Â pulling Â of Â milfoil Â and Â a Â public Â boat Â access Â greeter Â program. Â A Â volunteer Â program Â was Â established Â in Â 1994 Â hand Â pull-Â ing Â Eurasian Â water Â milfoil Â in Â an Â effort Â to Â control Â the Â spread Â of Â the Â inva-Â sive Â species. Â Currently Â the Â program Â employs Â a Â staff Â of Â 10 Â who, Â with Â the Â help Â of Â volunteers, Â harvested Â approximately Â 5,000 Â bushels Â of Â EWM Â and Â inspected Â in Â excess Â of Â 780 Â boats Â prior Â to Â entering Â our Â lakes Â for Â invasive Â species For Â more Â information Â about Â the Â DEC Â grant, Â contact Â Julie Â Delphia, Â Leicester Â town Â clerk, Â at Â (802) Â 247-Â5961, Â ext. Â 3. For Â more Â information Â about Â LDFLA Â and Â the Â invasive Â species Â control Â program, Â contact Â Allen Â Wilson Â at Â (802) Â 483-Â2269 Â or Â email@example.com.
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Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â August Â 5, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 15
Buffalo butchered. (Continued Â from Â Page Â 14) â€œYou Â canâ€™t Â have Â two Â bulls,â€? Â Jeanne Â eight-Âfoot Â high Â fence. Â â€œIf Â they Â can Â get Â their Â head Â through Â said. Â â€œTheyâ€™d Â try Â to Â kill Â each Â other.â€? Now Â Sparky Â has Â his Â harem Â of Â something, Â theyâ€™ll Â go Â through Â it,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. Â â€œIf Â they Â got Â out, Â I Â donâ€™t Â cows Â and Â itâ€™s Â just Â a Â matter Â of Â wait-Â think Â we Â could Â get Â them Â back Â in. Â ing Â to Â see Â if Â any Â or Â all Â of Â them Â get Â 7KH\ÂśOOUXQ:HKDYHWKHULĂ€HVUHDG\ pregnant. Â It Â may Â not Â be Â evident Â for Â I Â think Â thatâ€™s Â what Â it Â would Â come Â to, Â some Â time. Â Turns Â out, Â buffalo Â like Â their Â privacy. unfortunately.â€? â€œTheyâ€™re Â actually Â quite Â modest,â€? Â Standing Â next Â to Â the Â fence, Â which Â has Â been Â temporarily Â turned Â off, Â Jeanne Â said. Â â€œThey Â might Â do Â it Â at Â with Â Bob Â scratching Â Sparkyâ€™s Â thick Â night Â when Â no Â oneâ€™s Â looking. They Â are Â also Â very Â close Â knit Â in Â head Â of Â hair Â and Â feeding Â him Â sweet Â the Â herds, Â even Â after Â the Â cracked Â oats, Â itâ€™s Â easy Â to Â calves Â are Â born. forget Â for Â a Â moment Â that Â â€œIf they â€œThey Â all Â stay Â togeth-Â the Â bull Â is Â a Â 1,500-Âpound Â er, Â 24/7,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. Â weapon. Â Jeanne Â and Â Bob Â can get â€œThey Â are Â very Â social. Â try Â to Â keep Â that Â fact Â in Â the Â their head When Â a Â calf Â is Â born, Â the Â forefront Â of Â their Â minds Â at Â through whole Â herd Â comes Â to Â see Â all Â times. something, it. Â The Â bulls Â will Â not Â hurt Â â€œYou Â canâ€™t Â tame Â them, Â the Â calves.â€? and Â you Â canâ€™t Â trust Â them,â€? Â theyâ€™ll go Another Â little Â known Â Jeanne Â said. through it.â€? fact: Â Buffalo Â are Â very Â THE Â RULES â€” Jeanne Wood susceptible Â to Â sheep Â dis-Â Sparky Â came Â from Â a Â eases. ranch Â in Â Freona, Â Texas, Â â€œThey Â canâ€™t Â mix Â with Â sheep, Â and Â and Â was Â thusly Â named Â when Â his Â mother Â was Â killed Â by Â a Â bolt Â of Â light-Â you Â canâ€™t Â pasture Â them Â too Â close Â to Â a Â ning. Â He Â was Â three Â months Â old Â at Â the Â sheep Â farm,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. Â â€œYou Â want Â time. Â Last Â August, Â Bob Â and Â Jeanne Â to Â be Â far Â away Â from Â sheep.â€? But Â ironically, Â when Â a Â buffalo Â calf Â hooked Â a Â trailer Â to Â their Â pick-Âup Â truck Â and Â drove Â 2,000 Â miles Â to Â a Â needs Â to Â be Â nursed Â away Â from Â its Â Texas Â ranch Â owned Â by Â Bill Â Bollinger Â mother, Â it Â canâ€™t Â have Â cowâ€™s Â milk. â€œYou Â have Â to Â give Â them Â lambâ€™s Â to Â pick Â up Â Sparky, Â another Â yearling Â bull Â calf, Â a Â female Â yearling Â calf, Â and Â milk Â replacement,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. Buffalo Â also Â do Â not Â require Â any Â a Â horse. Â At Â the Â time, Â Bollinger Â had Â hoof Â maintenance, Â which Â is Â fortu-Â about Â 100 Â head Â of Â buffalo. They Â made Â the Â long, Â memorable Â nate Â because Â they Â canâ€™t Â be Â handled Â journey Â home Â to Â Vermont. Â Buffalo Â that Â way. â€œThe Â excess Â hoof Â just Â falls Â off,â€? Â always Â have Â to Â be Â in Â a Â controlled Â environment, Â be Â it Â a Â fenced Â pasture, Â Jeanne Â said. a Â chute Â or Â a Â trailer. Â They Â arenâ€™t Â ani-Â FABULOUS Â FIBER, mals Â you Â can Â take Â out Â on Â a Â lead Â for Â a Â SWEET Â MEAT 7KHUH LV DQRWKHU EHQHÂżW WR EXIID-Â stretch Â of Â the Â legs, Â which Â made Â for Â a Â ORKLJKO\SUL]HGÂżEHUIURPWKHQHFN long Â trip Â home Â with Â no Â sightseeing. â€œIt Â was Â an Â adventure Â and Â itâ€™s Â still Â ruff Â they Â shed Â each Â spring. -HDQQHFROOHFWHGEDJVRIWKHÂżEHU an Â adventure,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. When Â they Â got Â back Â to Â Whiting, Â in Â the Â spring Â just Â by Â scratching Â the Â Sparky Â lived Â and Â the Â other Â bull Â was Â necks Â of Â Sparky Â and Â Lucky. Â Itâ€™s Â very Â
TWO-ÂYEAR-ÂOLD Â SPARKY, Â shown Â in Â his Â Whiting Â pasture, Â weighs Â 1,500 Â pounds Â now, Â and Â is Â expected Â to Â top Â out Â at Â the Â 2,500-Âpound Â mark. Photo Â by Â Lee Â J. Â Kahrs
soft, Â and Â very Â durable. much Â fat Â as Â cattle. Â And Â hereâ€™s Â a Â shout Â out Â to Â all Â you Â A Â three-Âounce Â serving Â of Â buffalo Â ÂżEHUDUWLVWVZHDYHUVDQGNQLWWHUVRXW meat Â has Â 93 Â calories Â and Â 1.8 Â grams Â there. of Â fat Â compared Â to Â 183 Â â€œIâ€™m Â looking Â for Â buy-Â calories Â and Â 8.7 Â grams Â of Â â€œYou canâ€™t ers,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. fat Â in Â the Â same Â serving Â as Â Bison Â meat Â is Â consid-Â tame them, beef. ered Â â€œexoticâ€? Â according Â and you The Â Woods Â canâ€™t Â sell Â to Â the Â USDA. Â Itâ€™s Â also Â canâ€™t trust their Â buffalo Â meat Â un-Â gaining Â in Â popularity Â in Â less Â they Â pay Â to Â have Â it Â restaurants Â around Â the Â them.â€? butchered Â at Â a Â USDA-Âap-Â country. Â It Â is Â a Â sweet Â and Â â€” Jeanne Wood proved Â slaughterhouse. Â tender Â meat Â with Â a Â unique Â But Â right Â now, Â Jeanne Â taste Â and Â fetches Â up Â to Â $8 Â a Â pound. Â said Â they Â are Â concentrating Â on Â breed-Â Bison Â is Â very Â lean, Â low Â in Â choles-Â ing Â and Â selling Â calves. terol Â and Â high Â in Â protein. Â In Â 1997, Â â€œWe Â donâ€™t Â plan Â to Â get Â anymore Â the Â American Â Heart Â Association Â rec-Â buffalo,â€? Â Jeanne Â said. Â â€œHaving Â just Â ommended Â buffalo Â or Â bison Â as Â more Â the Â four Â is Â plenty.â€? heart-Âhealthy Â than Â chicken Â or Â beef. Â NOT Â FOR Â EVERYONE The Â meat Â is Â high Â in Â nutrients Â such Â as Â Having Â buffalo Â on Â her Â farm Â is Â a Â protein, Â zinc Â and Â vitamin Â B12, Â and Â is Â considered Â a Â healthier Â alternative Â to Â beef Â because Â buffalo Â do Â not Â store Â as Â
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dream Â come Â true Â for Â Jeanne Â Wood. Â On Â the Â one Â hand, Â getting Â started Â was Â as Â easy Â as Â typing Â in Â â€œbisonâ€? Â in Â a Â computer Â search. Â But Â itâ€™s Â been Â a Â learning Â experience Â for Â Jeanne Â and Â Bob, Â and Â theyâ€™re Â still Â learning. As Â the Â summer Â sun Â shone Â down Â and Â a Â cool Â breeze Â blew Â through Â the Â farm, Â visiting Â time Â was Â over. Â Sparky Â left Â the Â fence Â line Â and Â headed Â out Â into Â his Â pasture. Â The Â electric Â fence Â was Â turned Â back Â on Â as Â the Â bull Â qui-Â etly Â grazed Â with Â his Â cows. â€œIâ€™d Â wanted Â to Â do Â buffalo Â for Â 30 Â years,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œI Â guess Â itâ€™s Â the Â beauty Â of Â them. Â Watch Â out Â what Â you Â wish Â for. Â Thereâ€™s Â just Â something Â PDJQLÂżFHQWDERXWWKHPEXW,NQRZ in Â my Â heart Â and Â my Â head Â that Â theyâ€™ll Â kill Â you.â€?
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Street style MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH School boys’ hockey coach Derek Bartlett led his third annual Middlebury Recreation Department street hockey camp last week at the Memorial Sports Center. Pictured from a game played last Thursday morning are, clockwise from above, Nicholas Carrara between the pipes;; Alexis Bartlett and Lucas Nelson battling for the ball;; Kolby Farnsworth trying to score past Carson %DUQHVDQG%RGH5XEULJKWVHQGLQJDSDVVDFURVVWKHVSRUWFHQWHU¶VFRQFUHWHÀRRU Independent photos/Trent Campbell
State asks for assistance in counting young turkeys VERMONT — How many broods of wild turkeys are you seeing in Ver- mont, and how many young turkeys, or poults, are roaming with their mothers? The Vermont Fish & Wildlife De- partment is asking people who see turkeys during August to report their sightings in the state’s seventh annual on- line turkey brood survey. The turkey brood survey can be found on
WKH GHSDUWPHQW¶V ZHEVLWH ZZZYW¿V- handwildlife.com). The survey allows entry of the numbers of adult males, adult females and poults as well as the date, time and location of the obser- vations. The data you report will help estab- lish long-term trends in turkey repro- duction and recruitment. This information will be extremely useful in the management of the wild turkey population. It will help answer
questions concerning the impacts of spring and winter weather on the survival of poults and adult turkeys. It will help with the set- ting of turkey seasons and harvest limits that are designed to manage the Vermont’s turkey population. Vermont has excellent turkey hunting across PRVW RI WKH VWDWH WKDW EHQH¿WV WKH SHRSOH RI Vermont by providing hunting opportunity, economic activity and carefully regulated con- trol of turkey numbers. Overabundant turkey
populations can result in nuisance situations when crops or properties are damaged by tur- keys. Management of wild turkeys seeks to maxi- PL]HWKHEHQH¿WVRIKDYLQJWXUNH\VZKLOHPLQ- imizing the liabilities. More than 6,200 wild turkeys were harvested in Vermont this past spring — the highest harvest to date by Ver- mont hunters in both the May spring season and the youth turkey hunting weekend during (See Turkey, Page 17)
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â August Â 5, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 17
Bristol-Âarea softball team impresses BRISTOL, Â Conn. Â â€” Â The Â Mount Â Abraham Â 11-Âand-Â12-Âyear-Âold Â Little Â League Â softball Â all-Âstar Â team Â that Â won Â the Â Vermont Â champions Â in Â early Â July Â posted Â a Â 1-Â3 Â record Â at Â the Â East-Â ern Â Regional Â Tournament, Â which Â was Â played Â in Â Bristol, Â July Â 20-Â24. Â ,WZDVWKHÂżUVWWLPHLQPHPRU\WKDW a Â Vermont Â Little Â League Â team Â had Â scored Â a Â victory Â in Â a Â regional Â tourna-Â ment. â€œThe Â girls Â had Â an Â experience Â of Â a Â lifetime,â€? Â said Â Lisa Â Hoff, Â mother Â of Â a Â team Â member. Â â€œIt Â was Â amazing Â to Â be Â one Â of Â 11 Â teams Â representing Â over Â 600 Â Little Â Leagues Â in Â 11 Â states Â in Â the Â Eastern Â Region.â€? Hoff Â said Â the Â competition Â was Â stiff Â but Â the Â girls Â â€” Â from Â Bristol, Â Vt., Â and Â surrounding Â towns Â â€” Â hung Â in Â there Â and Â played Â with Â heart. Â Offense Â dominated Â in Â Mount Â $EHÂśVÂżUVWJDPHRQ-XO\YVWKH team Â from Â Scarborough, Â Maine. Â The Â Mainers Â won, Â 10-Â8. Â The Â next Â day, Â the Â Cumberland Â (R.I.) Â National Â team Â dominated, Â scoring Â a Â 10-Â1 Â victory. After Â a Â rest Â day, Â Mount Â Abe Â came Â back Â strong Â and Â fought Â a Â back-Âand-Â forth Â battle Â with Â Charlton Â (Mass.). Â The Â Massachusetts Â club Â claimed Â the Â victory, Â 5-Â2. ,QWKHÂżQDOJDPHRQ-XO\WKH Mount Â Abe Â offense Â was Â too Â much Â for Â the Â Derry Â (N.H.) Â American Â Little Â League. Â The Â mercy Â rule Â was Â insti-Â
The Â Middlebury Â Parks Â and Â Rec-Â Smith Â and Â Zachary Â Stagg, Â and Â reation Â Departmentâ€™s Â Middlebury Â a Â few Â other Â players Â â€” Â Mitchell Â Mayhem Â Basketball Â camp Â was Â a Â Clarke Â and Â Bobby Â Ritter Â â€” Â also Â huge Â success. Â We Â had Â 38 Â stopped Â by. kids, Â 13 Â in Â the Â younger Â The Â kids Â learned Â funda-Â group Â and Â 25 Â older Â kids. Â I Â mentals Â in Â dribbling, Â pass-Â wanted Â to Â thank Â everyone Â ing Â and Â shooting, Â and Â they Â who Â helped Â out. of appreciation scrimmaged. Â The Â last Â day Â Coach Â Matt Â Fave, Â as-Â the Â kids Â played Â three-Âon-Â sistant Â coach Â from Â Castle-Â three, Â and Â had Â slam-Âdunk, Â ton Â State Â College;Íž Â Martin Â Beatty, Â foul Â shooting, Â and Â three-Âpoint Â Middlebury Â college Â track Â coach;Íž Â shooting Â contests. Â I Â would Â also Â like Â Gene Â Delorenzo;Íž Â and Â Middlebury Â to Â thank Â Terry Â Arnold Â and Â Dustin Â College Â basketball Â coach Â Jeff Â Hunt Â of Â the Â Rec Â Department. Â A Â Brown Â were Â are Â special Â guest Â special Â thank Â you Â to Â Val Â Costello Â speakers. Â We Â had Â help Â from Â high Â IRUPDNLQJWKHFHUWLÂżFDWHV school Â basketball Â players Â and Â Randy Â Stockwell former Â players, Â including Â Tyler Â Middlebury Â Mayhem Â Basket-Â Provencher, Â Oakely Â Gordon, Â Aaron Â ball Â camp Â coach
HEAD Â COACH Â JEFF Â Muratorri Â and Â the Â rest Â of Â his Â coaching Â staff Â share Â KLJKÂżYHVZLWKWKH0RXQW$EUDKDP/LWWOH/HDJXHVRIWEDOOWHDPEHIRUH D JDPH D WKH (DVWHUQ 5HJLRQDO 7RXUQDPHQW LQ &RQQHFWLFXW ODWH ODVW PRQWK
tuted Â in Â the Â fourth Â inning, Â at Â which Â themselves Â and Â will Â look Â back Â on Â the Â point Â Mount Â Abe Â led, Â 10-Â0. week Â as Â something Â very Â special,â€? Â â€œThey Â should Â be Â so Â proud Â of Â Hoff Â said.
MCTV Â SCHEDULE Â Channels Â 15 Â & Â 16 MCTV Â Channel Â 15 Tuesday, Aug. 6 Â 5:30 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Home Â Energy Â Challenge Â 8 Â a.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard Â Noon Â Home Â Energy Â Challenge/Public Â Affairs Â 3 Â p.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 4 Â p.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â Vershire Â Bible Â Church Â Service Â 6 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 7 Â p.m. Â Selectboard/Public Â Affairs Wednesday, Aug. 7 Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard/Public Â Affairs Â 1:30 Â p.m. Â Home Â Energy Â Challenge Â 2 Â p.m. Â Vershire Â Bible Â Church Â Service Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Â 4 Â p.m. Â Salaam Â Shalom Â 5 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 6 Â p.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 7 Â p.m. Â Selectboard/Home Â Energy Â Challenge Â 8:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 11 Â p.m. Â Lifelines Thursday, Aug. 8 Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Salaam Â Shalom Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â End Â of Â Life Â Series Â 10 Â a.m. Â Vershire Â Bible Â Church Â Service Â 11:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â Noon Â Selectboard/Home Â Energy Â Challenge Â 3 Â p.m. Â Vermont Â Today Â 8:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 9 Â p.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â Friday, Aug. 9 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 8:15 Â a.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 9 Â a.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios
Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard/Public Â Affairs Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â Lifelines Â 4 Â p.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 8:30 Â p.m. Â Vermont Â Today Â 10 Â p.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 11 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Saturday, Aug. 10 Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Vermont Â Today Â 8 Â a.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 9 Â a.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard/Public Â Affairs Â 4 Â p.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 5:45 Â p.m. Â Home Â Energy Â Challenge/Public Â Affairs Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â Salaam Â Shalom Â 11:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Meeting/Public Â Affairs Sunday, Aug. 11 Â 7 Â a.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 8 Â a.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 9 Â a.m. Â Catholic Â Mass Â 11 Â a.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 1 Â p.m. Â Vershire Â Bible Â Church Â Service Â 4 Â p.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 5:45 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 7 Â p.m. Â Catholic Â Mass Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 10 Â p.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Monday, Aug. 12 Â 5 Â a.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Veterans Â for Â Peace Â 6 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 9 Â a.m. Â Lifelines Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard Â 11 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 4 Â p.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios
(Continued Â from Â Page Â 16) the Â last Â weekend Â in Â April. Despite Â the Â high Â harvest Â numbers, Â the Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department Â is Â concerned Â with Â turkey Â nesting Â suc-Â cess Â this Â year Â due Â to Â record Â amounts Â of Â precipitation. Â â€œTurkey Â poults Â are Â very Â suscep-Â WLEOH WR PRUWDOLW\ GXULQJ WKHLU ÂżUVW two Â weeks Â of Â life Â from Â extended Â periods Â of Â rain,â€? Â says Â turkey Â biolo-Â gist Â Forrest Â Hammond. Â â€œAlthough Â hen Â turkeys Â will Â often Â re-Ânest Â if Â WKH\ ORVH WKHLU ÂżUVW FOXWFK RI HJJV nest Â success Â is Â usually Â lower Â for Â the Â second Â attempt, Â especially Â if Â wet Â conditions Â persist Â as Â they Â did Â this Â year.â€?
Hammond Â reports Â that Â nesting Â conditions Â were Â good Â the Â last Â two Â years, Â which Â helped Â boost Â overall Â turkey Â numbers Â but Â he Â says Â that Â he Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â surprised Â if Â numbers Â are Â lower Â in Â 2014. Â â€œResults Â of Â the Â August Â online Â turkey Â brood Â survey Â helps Â track Â WKH SRSXODWLRQ Ă€XFWXDWLRQVÂ´ DGGHG +DPPRQGÂł3OHDVHKHOSXVVFLHQWLÂż-Â cally Â manage Â the Â turkey Â population Â by Â reporting Â your Â turkey Â sightings Â during Â the Â month Â of Â August. Â Your Â help Â is Â appreciated.â€? Results Â of Â past Â citizen Â reports Â on Â turkey Â broods Â can Â be Â seen Â by Â going Â WR ZZZYWÂżVKDQGZLOGOLIHFRPWXU-Â key_survey.cfm.
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Â 6 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs METV Channel 16 Tuesday, Aug. 6 Â 5 Â a.m. Â Authors Â at Â the Â Aldrich Â 6 Â a.m. Â The Â Forgotten Â Ferries Â of Â Lake Â Champlain Â 7:15 Â a.m. Â Otter Â Creek: Â Archaeology Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â Â 11:30 Â a.m. Â Festival Â on-Âthe-ÂGreen Â 2013: Â Â Bob Â Amos Â and Â Catamount Â Crossing Â 12:40 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Vignola Â & Â Raniolo Â 2 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Ellis Â 3:15 Â p.m. Â Otter Â Creek: Â Archaeology Â 4 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Club: Â Â Through Â Hiker Â Panel Â 5:58 Â p.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 8:15 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Clayfoot Â Strutters Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Wednesday, Aug. 7 Â 5:29 Â a.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â The Â Holmes Â Brothers Â 7 Â a.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Vignola Â and Â Raniolo Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Ellis Â 10 Â a.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â Noon Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â (June Â 25) Â 3:21 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Lake Â Street Â Dive Â 5 Â p.m. Â The Â Forgotten Â Ferries Â of Â Lake Â Champlain Â 7 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 7:15 Â p.m. Â Otter Â Creek: Â Archaeology SP +RZDUG&RIÂżQ9HUPRQWDW*HWW\VEXUJ Â 9 Â p.m. Â A Â Tribute Â to Â Pina Â Bausch Â 10 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â College Â Solar Â Decathlon Thursday, Aug. 8 Â 6 Â a.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 7 Â a.m. Â Authors Â at Â the Â Aldrich Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â Â 11:30 Â a.m. Â A Â Tribute Â to Â George Â Stoney Â 2 Â p.m. Â Authors Â at Â the Â Aldrich Â 4 Â p.m. Â At Â the Â Ilsley Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â College Â Environmental Â Â Colloquium Â (MCEC)
Â 7 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â After Â the Â Rodeo Â 8 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Lake Â Street Â Dive Â 10 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Ellis Â 11:10 Â p.m. Â Otter Â Creek: Â Archaeology Friday/Saturday, Aug. 9/10 Â 4:15 Â a.m. Â CRV: Â The Â Future Â of Â Education Â 6 Â a.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6:35 Â a.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Kobo Â Town Â 8 Â a.m. Â Otter Â Creek: Â Archaeology Â 8:45 Â a.m. Â Otter Â Creek Â Audubon Â Society Â 10 Â a.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â Noon Â Festival Â 2013: Â Kobo Â Town Â 1:30 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013 Â 4 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Club: Â Â Through Â Hiker Â Panel Â 6 Â p.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Local Â Performance Sunday, Aug. 11 Â 7 Â a.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Club: Â Â Through Â Hiker Â Panel Â 9 Â a.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Raz-Âde-ÂMarĂŠe Â Noon Â Otter Â Creek: Â Archaeology Â 1 Â p.m. Â A Â Tribute Â to Â George Â Stoney Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â After Â the Â Rodeo Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Kobo Â Town Â 6 Â p.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Brooks Â Williams Â 9 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Club: Â Â Through Â Hiker Â Panel Â 11 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Lake Â Street Â Dive Â Monday, Aug. 12 Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Festival Â 2013 Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â 1 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Bob Â Amos Â Â and Â Catamount Â Crossing Â 2:15 Â p.m. Â Festival Â 2013: Â Raz-Âde-ÂMarĂŠe Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â The Â Forgotten Â Ferries Â of Â Lake Â Champlain Â 5 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Club: Â Â Through Â Hiker Â Panel Â 8:30 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 9 Â p.m. Â Local Â Performance
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0LGGOHEXU\KLUHVQHZSROLFHRIÂżFHUVFKLHIWDNHVOHDYH By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Middlebury Â Police Â Department Â in Â the Â coming Â months Â will Â phase Â in Â two Â newly Â hired Â police Â offi-Â cers Â to Â replace Â two Â members Â who Â have Â left Â the Â force. Â It Â is Â a Â transi-Â tion Â that Â will, Â in Â the Â meantime, Â require Â some Â creative Â scheduling Â to Â ensure Â shift Â coverage Â during Â the Â coming Â months Â while Â the Â new Â recruits Â are Â in Â training. Meanwhile, Â longtime Â Middlebury Â police Â Chief Â Tom Â Hanley Â on Â July Â 31 Â began Â what Â he Â suspected Â would Â be Â an Â eight-Âweek Â medical Â sabbatical Â to Â undergo Â a Â heart Â bypass Â procedure. Â Veteran Â Sgt. Â Michael Â Christopher Â will Â direct Â the Â department Â during Â the Â
chiefâ€™s Â absence. basis. Â Mogerly Â had Â previously Â â€œItâ€™ll Â be Â rough Â for Â the Â next Â five Â worked Â for Â the Â Vergennes Â force Â months, Â but Â weâ€™ll Â get Â through Â it,â€? Â before Â joining Â the Â Middlebury Â Hanley Â said. PD Â full-Âtime Â around Â a Â year Â ago, Â The Â depart-Â according Â to Â mentâ€™s Â two Â police Â Hanley. officer Â vacancies Â M i d d l e b u r y Â surfaced Â this Â past Â police Â posted Â the Â April. Â Officer Â vacancies Â on Â its Â Michelle Â Magee Â website. Â More Â announced Â she Â than Â 20 Â people Â was Â leaving Â the Â applied. force Â after Â more Â â€œWe Â had Â a Â really Â than Â four Â years Â in Â â€” Middlebury police strong Â applicant Â order Â to Â return Â to Â a Â Hanley Â &KLHI7RP+DQOH\ pool,â€? Â job Â in Â the Â health-Â said, Â a Â pleasant Â care Â field. Â And Â departure Â from Â Officer Â Neil Â Mogerly Â followed Â what Â he Â noted Â had Â been Â a Â dearth Â suit, Â in Â order Â to Â join Â the Â Vergennes Â in Â applicants Â for Â other Â vacancies Â Police Â Department Â on Â a Â full-Âtime Â that Â had Â popped Â up Â during Â the Â past Â
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five Â years. â€œSuddenly, Â this Â past Â winter, Â we Â started Â seeing Â this Â boom Â in Â people Â wanting Â to Â become Â police Â offi-Â cers,â€? Â he Â added. Â â€œThe Â quality Â of Â applicants Â are Â folks Â who Â are Â able Â to Â get Â through Â all Â the Â screenings. Â Thatâ€™s Â encouraging.â€? Two Â names Â floated Â to Â the Â top Â of Â the Â applicant Â pool: Â Bruce Â Meacham, Â a Â former Â Middlebury Â Water Â Department Â worker, Â and Â Connor Â Sousa Â of Â Rutland. Â Both Â will Â be Â attending Â Vermont Â Police Â Academy Â training Â during Â the Â coming Â months Â to Â become Â fully Â certified Â and Â road-Âready Â by Â the Â end Â of Â this Â year Â or Â early Â 2014, Â according Â to Â Hanley. Â The Â depart-Â ment Â will Â make Â sure Â first-Âresponse Â
patrol Â shifts Â are Â filled Â by Â using Â part-Âtime Â officers Â and Â redeploying Â personnel Â from Â other Â functions. Â For Â example, Â School Â Resource Â Officer Â Chris Â Mason Â has Â been Â rotated Â into Â patrol Â duties Â since Â school Â is Â not Â in Â session Â right Â now. Hanley Â said Â the Â department Â has Â also Â been Â recruiting Â some Â part-Â time Â officers Â and Â dispatchers Â to Â fill Â current Â vacancies. When Â fully Â staffed, Â the Â Middlebury Â Police Â Department Â consists Â of Â 14 Â uniformed Â person-Â nel Â and Â four Â part-Âtime Â officers. Hanley Â plans Â to Â begin Â working Â from Â home Â a Â few Â weeks Â after Â his Â medical Â procedure. Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â email@example.com.
Sgt. Â Poynter Â returns Â to Â Addison Â Co. Â Sheriffâ€™s Â Dept. MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Sheriff Â Don Â Keeler Â has Â announced Â the Â return Â of Â Paul Â H. Â Poynter Â to Â the Â Addison Â County Â Sheriffâ€™s Â Department Â after Â an Â 18 Â year Â absence. Poynter Â began Â his Â law Â enforce-Â ment Â career Â at Â the Â Addison Â County Â Sheriffâ€™s Â Department Â in Â 1988. Â Deciding Â that Â he Â wished Â to Â pursue Â a Â full-Âtime Â career Â in Â law Â enforcement, Â he Â attended Â and Â graduated Â from Â the Â Vermont Â Police Â Academy Â in Â 1995. Poynter Â has Â experience Â working Â for Â Vergennes, Â Bristol Â and Â Shelburne Â police Â departments, Â and Â the Â U.S. Â Marshal Â Service. Â Most Â recently Â he Â worked Â for Â the Â Lexington, Â S.C., Â Sheriffâ€™s Â Department, Â where Â he Â VHUYHG IRU WKH SDVW ÂżYH \HDUV DV D Road Â Patrol Â Shift Â Supervisor Â of Â six Â WRRIÂżFHUVDWDQ\RQHWLPH â€œWe Â welcome Â Paul Â back Â to Â the Â Addison Â County Â Sheriffâ€™s Â Department Â where Â he Â will Â assume Â the Â duties Â of Â patrol Â supervisor Â hold-Â ing Â the Â rank Â of Â sergeant,â€? Â Keeler Â said.
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Gary Miller has been a regular winner in our garden game for the longest string bean. This year he had special help from some little garden gnomes named Bridget and Charlotte Graham, Autumn and Maggie Miller and Daisy Madden. They must have had the magic touch because this bean is a whopping 31 inches long!
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Burrows (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) the Â community, Â and Â be Â active Â in Â families. the Â community,â€? Â Burrows Â said. Â â€œI Â Burrows, Â former Â principal Â of Â see Â our Â work Â at Â ACSU Â as Â prepar-Â Willamette Â High Â School Â in Â Eugene, Â ing Â students Â to Â be Â active Â leaders Â in Â Ore., Â began Â his Â job Â as Â the Â ACSUâ€™s Â Middlebury Â and Â beyond.â€? top Â administrator Â on Â July Â 1. Â Heâ€™s Â With Â that Â in Â mind, Â Burrows Â currently Â scrutinizing Â the Â various Â wants Â students Â to Â embrace Â the Â policies Â and Â systems Â in Â place Â with Â traditional Â Vermont Â traits Â of Â civic Â the Â districtâ€™s Â seven Â elementary Â engagement, Â community Â involve-Â schools Â and Â two Â secondary Â schools Â ment, Â caring Â about Â oneâ€™s Â town Â to Â make Â sure Â they Â are Â in Â synch. and Â school, Â and Â caring Â about Â other Â â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â true Â of Â any Â incom-Â people. ing Â leader, Â itâ€™s Â essen-Â In Â addition Â to Â at-Â tial Â that Â before Â you Â tending Â a Â variety Â of Â â€œPart of (it) is start Â making Â changes Â school Â board Â meet-Â and Â start Â moving Â in Â engaging that ings Â and Â other Â pub-Â a Â direction Â you Â think Â digital landscape lic Â events, Â Burrows Â makes Â sense, Â you Â look Â and â€Ś bringing plans Â to Â engage Â the Â at Â things Â that Â are Â cur-Â in media and community Â through Â rently Â in Â place,â€? Â Bur-Â technology in a a Â blog, Â possibly Â Twit-Â rows Â said. ter Â and Â commentary Â Though Â heâ€™s Â been Â way that isnâ€™t in Â the Â Addison Â Inde-Â on Â board Â for Â only Â a Â just writing pendent. Â He Â will Â seek Â month, Â Burrows Â likes Â a report on a Â lot Â of Â input Â as Â he Â what Â he Â sees Â in Â terms Â a computer, puts Â together Â a Â long-Â of Â the Â schools Â and Â but actually term Â action Â plan Â for Â personnel Â that Â make Â the Â ACSU Â that Â will Â changing the up Â the Â ACSU. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â among Â other Â things Â supervisory Â union Â way students scrutinize Â the Â current Â that Â includes Â the Â el-Â learn to curriculum Â and Â set Â ementary Â schools Â in Â incorporate â€” forth Â the Â mandated Â Middlebury, Â Ripton, Â what for them transition Â to Â Com-Â Bridport, Â Salisbury, Â â€” is second mon Â Core Â and Â the Â Shoreham, Â Cornwall Â Smarter Â Balanced Â As-Â and Â Weybridge, Â along Â nature.â€? sessment, Â which Â will Â â€” Superintendent soon Â replace Â the Â New Â with Â Middlebury Â Peter Burrows England Â Union Â middle Â and Â Common Â high Â schools. Assessment Â Program Â â€œMy Â initial Â impressions Â have Â â€” Â the Â standardized Â testing Â system Â been Â well-Âfounded,â€? Â Burrows Â said. Â currently Â used Â to Â measure Â student Â â€œThis Â community Â is Â very Â commit-Â performance. ted Â and Â behind Â education, Â and Â the Â The Â ACSUâ€™s Â action Â plan Â must Â potential Â for Â innovation Â and Â sup-Â prepare Â students Â to Â be Â successful Â port Â for Â all Â students Â is Â immense. Â It Â into Â their Â 20s Â and Â not Â just Â through Â feels Â like Â everyone Â is Â behind Â stu-Â the Â 12th Â grade, Â according Â to Â Bur-Â dents Â and Â ready Â and Â willing Â to Â do Â rows. anything Â to Â make Â sure Â students Â are Â â€œOur Â job Â really Â runs Â beyond Â successful. Â I Â feel Â so Â fortunate Â to Â be Â graduation, Â to Â make Â sure Â students Â in Â this Â position Â to Â help Â to Â lead Â this Â are Â successful Â once Â they Â leave Â the Â supervisory Â union.â€? high Â school,â€? Â Burrows Â said. Â â€œWe Â He Â vowed Â to Â be Â a Â visible Â and Â want Â to Â make Â education Â engaging Â accessible Â leader Â during Â what Â he Â and Â relevant Â for Â all Â students.â€? hopes Â will Â be Â a Â lengthy Â tenure. And Â technology Â must Â play Â a Â key Â â€œOne Â of Â the Â big Â things Â I Â want Â role Â in Â making Â education Â more Â en-Â to Â do Â is Â I Â want Â to Â be Â a Â presence Â in Â gaging Â and Â relevant Â for Â students, Â
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NEW Â ADDISON Â CENTRAL Â Supervisory Â Union Â Superintendent Â Peter Â Burrows Â has Â only Â been Â on Â the Â job Â for Â a Â month Â and Â already Â has Â big Â plans Â to Â improve Â education Â in Â the Â district. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
he Â said. â€œPart Â of Â establishing Â the Â action Â plan Â is Â engaging Â that Â digital Â land-Â scape Â and Â really Â thinking Â about Â ways Â to Â take Â the Â traditional Â struc-Â ture Â of Â the Â classroom Â and Â bring Â in Â media Â and Â technology Â in Â a Â way Â that Â isnâ€™t Â just Â writing Â a Â report Â on Â a Â computer, Â but Â actually Â changing Â the Â way Â students Â learn Â to Â incorpo-Â rate Â â€” Â what Â for Â them Â â€” Â is Â second Â nature,â€? Â Burrows Â said. The Â ACSU Â has Â been Â working Â to Â shore Â up Â its Â computer Â network. Â Burrows Â hopes Â the Â district Â will Â soon Â have Â the Â ability Â to Â ensure Â each Â student Â has Â access Â to Â a Â computer. â€œEstablishing Â technology Â as Â the Â medium Â through Â which Â learning Â happens Â is Â essential,â€? Â Burrows Â said. The Â new Â superintendent Â would Â also Â like Â to Â see Â more Â partnering Â be-Â tween Â the Â ACSU Â and Â Middlebury Â College Â and Â the Â Community Â Col-Â lege Â of Â Vermont.
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â€œMiddlebury Â College Â is Â a Â huge Â resource,â€? Â Burrows Â said. Â â€œI Â can Â see Â great Â potential Â for Â partnership.â€? Burrows Â realizes Â that Â he Â has Â also Â inherited Â some Â weighty Â issues Â that Â should Â garner Â a Â lot Â of Â discussion Â during Â the Â coming Â months. Â They Â include Â the Â prospect Â of Â governance Â consolidation Â within Â the Â ACSU, Â which Â currently Â has Â nine Â boards Â to Â which Â the Â superintendent Â must Â an-Â swer;Íž Â and Â the Â concept Â of Â introduc-Â ing Â foreign Â language Â instruction Â throughout Â the Â districtsâ€™ Â schools Â so Â younger Â students Â are Â better Â pre-Â pared Â for Â such Â offerings Â at Â the Â mid-Â
dle-Â Â and Â high Â school Â levels. The Â ACSU Â Study Â Committee Â is Â working Â with Â a Â consultant Â on Â a Â re-Â port Â that Â could Â eventually Â lead Â to Â a Â district-Âwide Â vote Â to Â change Â the Â governance Â structure. Â A Â panel Â is Â also Â looking Â at Â the Â feasibility Â and Â costs Â of Â a Â district-Âwide Â world Â lan-Â guages Â program. â€œI Â think Â there Â are Â a Â lot Â of Â posi-Â tives Â ahead,â€? Â Burrows Â said Â of Â his Â early Â appraisal Â of Â the Â ACSU. Â â€œI Â feel Â good Â about Â where Â we Â are Â and Â where Â we Â are Â headed.â€? Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â email@example.com. Â
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Association reaches out to all MHS/MUHS alumni This Â year Â marks Â the Â 33rd Â year Â of Â trust Â fund Â from Â generous Â donations Â the Â Middlebury Â High Â School/Mid-Â of Â alumni. Â This Â interest Â from Â this Â dlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â Alumni Â trust Â fund Â provides Â the Â revenue Â for Â $VVRFLDWLRQ7KHÂżUVW+RPHFRPLQJ the Â yearly Â scholarships. Â The Â asso-Â DIWHUWKHDVVRFLDWLRQZDVIRUPHGZDV ciation Â has Â been Â supported Â by Â many Â on Â Sept. Â 14, Â 1985, Â at Â the Â MHS/MUHS Â alumni Â but, Â Middlebury Â Recreation Â OLNH PDQ\ RUJDQL]DWLRQV Since the Park. Â Activities Â included Â is Â feeling Â its Â age. Â volleyball, Â horseshoes Â and Â inception )RUWKHÂżUVWWLPHLQKLV-Â DEDUEHFXH7KHÂżUVWSUHVL-Â of the WRU\ WKH ZRUNSODFH QRZ dent Â of Â the Â association Â association, enjoys Â four Â distinct Â age Â ZDV %XVWHU %UXVK FODVV scholarships groups. Â The Â Greatest Â Gen-Â RIDQGWKHÂżUVWYLFH have been HUDWLRQ ZDV ERUQ SULRU WR SUHVLGHQW ZDV &DWKHULQH %RRPHUVZHUHERUQ )LW]SDWULFNFODVVRI given to EHWZHHQ DQG 'XHV WKDW ÂżUVW \HDU ZHUH sons and This Â group Â is Â the Â begin-Â ZLWK DSSUR[LPDWHO\ daughters ning Â of Â the Â Millennial Â 650 Â alumni Â joining Â the Â of alumni Cycle Â in Â the Â generational Â association. Â Prior Â to Â the Â totaling groups. Â They Â are Â also Â re-Â IRUPDORUJDQL]DWLRQRIWKH IHUUHG WR DV WKH ÂłĂ€RZHU just under alumni Â association, Â gath-Â childrenâ€? Â or Â the Â Hippies Â erings Â took Â place Â after Â the Â $40,000. and Â Yuppies Â of Â the Â cycle. Â football Â game Â at Â the Â old Â I Â am Â an Â MUHS Â graduate Â American Â Legion Â and Â one Â year Â at Â the Â DVZHOODVD%RRPHU airport. Â The Â associationâ€™s Â mission Â is Â Generation Â X, Â or Â 13th Â Generation, Â to Â raise Â funds Â for Â scholarship Â and Â to Â ZDV ERUQ EHWZHHQ DQG provide Â an Â opportunity Â for Â alumni Â to Â 7KH\ DUH NQRZQ DV WKH ÂłUHDFWLYHÂ´ gather Â and Â celebrate Â their Â common Â JHQHUDWLRQ0\ZLIHZKRLVDOVRDQ heritage Â at Â MHS/MUHS. Â MUHS Â graduate, Â is Â a Â Gen Â Xâ€™er. Â The Â Since Â the Â inception Â of Â the Â associa-Â Millennial Â Generation, Â or Â Genera-Â tion, Â scholarships Â have Â been Â given Â to Â WLRQ<ZDVERUQEHWZHHQDQG sons Â and Â daughters Â of Â alumni Â total-Â 7KLVJURXSKDVH[SORGHGLQWR LQJMXVWXQGHU7KHÂżUVW\HDU the Â technological Â age Â in Â the Â 21st Â RIWKH+DOORI)DPHVDZDOXPQL century Â and Â is Â taking Â over Â the Â â€œAge Â inducted. Â Each Â year Â alumni Â are Â con-Â of Â Information Â Sharingâ€? Â globally. Â sidered Â for Â induction Â to Â the Â Hall Â of Â 7KH\ DUH LQ WRXFK ZLWK RWKHUV ORQJ )DPHEDVHGXSRQDFKLHYHPHQWVDQG GLVWDQFH ZLWK FHOOXODU SKRQHV WH[W service Â to Â community. Â There Â have Â messaging Â and Â other Â social Â media Â DOVREHHQÂżYHKRQRUDU\PHPEHUVLQ-Â outlets. Â Electric Â icons Â are Â part Â of Â GXFWHGLQWRWKH+DOORI)DPH0HP-Â their Â everyday Â life. bers Â of Â the Â MHS/MUHS Â Alumni Â While Â the Â mission Â of Â the Â alumni Â $VVRFLDWLRQ DOVR UHFHLYH D QHZVOHW-Â association Â can Â be Â a Â shared Â goal Â ter Â several Â times Â per Â year Â keeping Â across Â all Â generations Â of Â MHS/ WKHPXSWRGDWHRQQHZVDERXWWKHLU MUHS Â graduates, Â our Â methods Â of Â classmates Â and Â other Â alumni. Â The Â sending Â that Â message Â have Â changed. Â alumni Â association Â has Â built Â a Â solid Â The Â alumni Â association Â is Â adapting Â to Â
Open Â house, Â adopt-Âa-Âton Â to Â be Â held at Â Homeward Â Bound Â Center, Â Aug. Â 17 0,''/(%85< Â˛ +RPHZDUG Bound Â Animal Â Welfare Â Center Â in Â 0LGGOHEXU\ZLOOKROGDQRSHQKRXVH and Â adopt-Âa-Âthon Â on Â Saturday, Â Aug Â 17, Â from Â 10 Â a.m. Â to Â 3 Â p.m. Â The Â shelter Â LVFHOHEUDWLQJLWVÂżUVW\HDULQLWVQHZ EXLOGLQJ ZLWK HQWHUWDLQPHQW IUHH food, Â adoption Â discounts, Â and Â more. Â 7KHUHZLOOEHJXLGHGWRXUVRIWKHID-Â cility, Â a Â live Â broadcast Â from Â WVTKâ€™s Â Bruce Â and Â Hobbes, Â free Â food, Â a Â DIY Â GRJ ZDVK ORZFRVW PLFURFKLSSLQJ and Â discounted Â adoption Â fees Â for Â all Â RI WKH DQLPDOV 7KH HYHQW LV D ZD\ RIWKDQNLQJDOOWKRVHZKRVXSSRUWHG the Â center Â before, Â during, Â and Â since Â WKH+RPHZDUG%RXQG&DSLWDO&DP-Â paign. Since Â 1975, Â the Â Addison Â County Â +XPDQH 6RFLHW\ GED +RPHZDUG Bound Â Animal Â Welfare Â Center Â has Â
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MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Il-Â sley Â Libraryâ€™s Â Teen Â Top Â Chef Â competition, Â originally Â planned Â for Â Thursday, Â Aug. Â 8, Â has Â been Â rescheduled Â for Â Thursday, Â Sept. Â 19, Â from Â 5-Â7 Â p.m. Â so Â as Â not Â to Â FRQĂ€LFWZLWK)LHOG'D\V 7ULFLD$OOHQWKH,OVOH\ÂśVQHZ youth Â services Â librarian, Â tells Â DVSLULQJ FXOLQDU\ ZL]DUGV LQ grades Â 7-Â12 Â to Â come Â hungry Â and Â ready Â to Â create Â a Â delectable Â deli-Â cacy. Sign Â up Â at Â in Â the Â Childrenâ€™s Â Room Â or Â call Â the Â library Â at Â 388-Â 4095.
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4-ÂH Â will Â run Â â€˜Cards Â for Â Soldiersâ€™ Â booth Â at Â Field Â Days Editorâ€™s Â note: Â This Â story Â was Â supplied Â by Â MaKayla Â Foster, Â president Â of Â the Â Cornwall Â Musketeers Â 4-ÂH. NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â Addison Â County Â Fair Â and Â Field Â Days Â in Â New Â Haven Â is Â quickly Â
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THERE Â WILL Â BE Â a Â free Â viewing Â of Â Telling Â Amyâ€™s Â Story Â on Â August Â 13, Â 7:30p.m. Â in Â Twilight Â Hall, Â 50 Â Franklin Â St., Â Middlebury Â College. Â Tell-Â ing Â Amyâ€™s Â Story Â is Â a Â docu-Â mentary Â hosted Â by Â actress, Â Mariska Â Hargitay, Â and Â told Â by Â Detective Â Deirdri Â Fishel. Â â€œTelling Â Amyâ€™s Â Storyâ€? Â follows Â the Â time-Âline Â of Â a Â domestic Â violence Â homicide. Â This Â story Â brings Â to Â light Â the Â difficult Â and Â emotional Â issues Â of Â domes-Â tic Â violence Â and Â community Â response. Â Following Â the Â film Â will Â be Â a Â board Â of Â service Â providers Â who Â will Â lead Â a Â discussion Â on Â community Â re-Â sponse Â to Â domestic Â violence Â facilitated Â by Â A.C. Â Council Â Against Â Domestic Â and Â Sexual Â Violence Â coordinator. Â Re-Â freshments Â will Â be Â available.
Services The Volunteer Center, a collaboration of RSVP and the United Way of Addison County, posts dozens of volunteer opportunities on the Web. Go to www. unitedwayaddisoncounty .org/VolunteerDonate and click on VOLUNTEER NOW!
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ALATEEN: Â FOR Â YOUNG Â PEOPLE Â whoâ€™ve Â been Â af-Â fected Â by Â someoneâ€™s Â drink-Â ing. Â Members Â share Â experi-Â ence, Â strength, Â hope Â to Â solve Â common Â problems. Â Meets Â Wednesdays Â 7:15-Â8:15pm Â downstairs Â in Â Turning Â Point Â PARTY Â RENTALS; Â China, Â Center Â of Â Addison Â County Â flatware, Â glassware, Â lin-Â in Â Middlebury Â Marbleworks. Â ens. Â Delivery Â available. Â (Al-ÂAnon Â meets Â at Â same Â 802-Â388-Â4831. time Â nearby Â at Â St. Â Stephens Â Church.
Public Â Meetings AL-ÂANON: Â FOR Â FAMILIES Â and Â friends Â affected Â by Â someoneâ€™s Â drinking. Â Mem-Â bers Â share Â experience, Â strength Â and Â hope Â to Â solve Â common Â problems. Â Newcom-Â ers Â welcome. Â Confidential. Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church Â (use Â front Â side Â door Â and Â go Â to Â second Â floor) Â in Â Middlebury, Â Sunday Â nights Â 7:15-Â8:15pm.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â M E E T I N G S Â S A T U R -Â DAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â Mid-Â dlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 10:00-Â11:00 Â AM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Be-Â ginners Â Meeting Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â PM. Â These Â three Â meetings Â are Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â FRIDAY: Â Dis-Â cussion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green).
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â P M . Â B i g Â B o o k Â M e e t i n g Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â MOUS Â BRANDON Â MEET-Â INGS: Â Monday, Â Discussion Â Me e ti n g Â 7 :3 0 -Â 8 :3 0 Â PM . Â Wednesday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meet-Â ing Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â RT Â 7 Â South.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â MOUS Â NORTH Â FERRIS-Â BURGH Â MEETINGS: Â Sun-Â day, Â Daily Â Reflections Â Meet-Â ing Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM, Â at Â the Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â Old Â Hollow Â Rd.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â SUNDAY: Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â Discus-Â sion Â Meeting Â 1:00-Â2:00 Â PM Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â Discus-Â sion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marble-Â A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â works, Â Middlebury. MOUS Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEET-Â A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â INGS: Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â MEETINGS Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Congregational Â Church, Â New Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â Haven Â Village Â Green. PM. Â ALTEEN Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â Point, Â 228 Â A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â Step Â Meet-Â MOUS Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â 12 Â Step Â Monday, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd. Middlebury.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â V E R G E N N E S Â MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 8:00-Â9:00 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Church, Â Park Â St. Â Tuesday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM, Â at Â the Â Congre-Â gational Â Church, Â Water Â St.
Walk to End Child Abuse On the morning of Saturday, September 14th, people will gather on the Green in Middlebury to walk together in support of eliminating child abuse. Every step taken will raise money for and awareness about this issue and help to promote healthy relationships between children and the people who care for them. Walk organizers are seeking both participants and volunteers to help out with logistical details such as registration, photography, course maintenance and face painting. Children on bikes or in strollers are welcome to join in the fun! To register for the walk, please call: 802-461-7538. To sign up as a volunteer, please call 388-7044. Thank you!
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NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â BURY: Â Mondays, Â 6pm, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â the Â Marbleworks. NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â BURY: Â Fridays, Â 7:30pm, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works. OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â SATURDAYS Â at Â L a w r e n c e Â M e m o r i a l Â L i-Â brary, Â 1:00pm. Â 40 Â North Â Street, Â Bristol. Â For Â info Â c a l l : Â 8 0 2 -Â 4 5 3 -Â 2 3 6 8 Â o r Â 802-Â388-Â7081. OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â TUESDAYS Â at Â Turn-Â ing Â Point Â Center Â (upstairs Â meeting Â room), Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â Marble Â Works, Â Middlebury. Â For Â info Â call: Â 802-Â352-Â4525 Â or Â 802-Â388-Â7081.
Ginny Â Ashenfelter, Â of Â Bristol, Â has Â been Â an Â invaluable Â volunteer Â at Â Living Â Well Â Residen-Â tial Â Care Â Home Â since Â the Â Fall Â of Â 2011. Â Â She Â helps Â out Â with Â various Â activities Â including Â teaching Â Bone Â Builders Â Classes, Â providing Â transportation Â to Â Bristol Â Fitness Â Center Â and Â developing Â con-Â nections Â within Â the Â community Â by Â reaching Â out Â to Â local Â community Â members Â and Â organizations, Â such Â as Â Bristol Â Elementary Â School Â (BASK Â pro-Â gram) Â and Â the Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library. Â Â Her Â commitment Â is Â apparent Â through Â her Â service Â and Â how Â much Â our Â elders Â appreciate Â her! Â Â She Â said Â about Â her Â experience: Â Â â€œEvery Â time Â I Â get Â a Â smile Â or Â thank Â you, Â it Â makes Â my Â day. Â Theyâ€™re Â precious Â people Â and Â they Â deserve Â the Â best.â€? Â Â Thanks Â so Â much Â Ginny! Â
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A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â MOUS Â BRISTOL Â MEET-Â INGS: Â Sunday, Â Discussion Â Me e ti n g Â 4 :0 0 -Â 5 :0 0 Â PM . Â Wednesday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meet-Â ing Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting, Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â Federated Â Church, Â Church Â St.
BRAIN Â INJURY Â SUPPORT Â GROUP: Â Survivors, Â family Â members Â and Â care Â givers Â are Â invited Â to Â share Â their Â experience Â in Â a Â safe, Â se-Â cure Â and Â confidential Â envi-Â ronment. Â Meets Â monthly Â on Â the Â second Â Tuesday Â from Â 6:00pm Â to Â 8:00pm Â at Â the Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center, Â Room Â A214 Â (second Â floor, Â an Â elevator Â is Â available) Â in Â Middlebury. Â For Â more Â infor-Â mation, Â contact Â Beth Â Dia-Â mond Â 802-Â388-Â9505.
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THE Â HELENBACH Â CANCER Â Support Â Group Â is Â an Â indepen-Â dent Â group Â of Â people Â who Â are Â dealing Â with, Â have Â dealt Â with, Â and Â who Â know Â people Â with Â cancer. Â We Â meet Â on Â an Â irregularly Â regular Â basis Â (if Â there Â is Â a Â need, Â we Â meet!) Â at Â the Â Mary Â Johnson Â Child Â Care Â Center Â on Â Water Â St. Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Â Good Â home-Âmade Â treats Â are Â always Â available Â and Â all Â meetings Â are Â free. Â Our Â theme Â song Â has Â been Â Bill Â Witherâ€™s Â â€œLean Â on Â Me, Â when Â youâ€™re Â not Â strong, Â Iâ€™ll Â be Â your Â friend, Â Iâ€™ll Â help Â you Â carry Â on..for Â it Â wonâ€™t Â be Â long, Â â€˜til Â Iâ€™m Â gonna Â need, Â somebody Â to Â lean Â on.â€? Â Come Â be Â a Â leaner, Â be Â a Â supporter, Â be Â part Â of Â something Â that Â gives Â strength Â by Â sharing Â love. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â6107 Â with Â questions.
ASK Â BRONWYN Â INTERIORS Â LLC. Â No Â longer Â with Â Coun-Â tryside Â Carpet. Â My Â interior Â design Â services Â and Â work-Â rooms Â are Â now Â available Â full Â time. Â Your Â ideas. Â Your Â home. Â My Â solutions! Â askbronwyn@ gmail.com. Â 802-Â349-Â8448.
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BOAT Â DOCK Â REPAIR Â and Â construction. Â Experienced Â and Â reliable. Â Fully Â insured. Â Call Â 802-Â349-Â6579, Â Geneâ€™s Â Prop-Â erty Â Management, Â Leicester, Â Vermont. C&I Â DRYWALL. Â Hanging, Â taping Â and Â skim Â coat Â plas-Â tering. Â Also Â tile. Â Call Â Joe Â 802-Â234-Â5545. CHAIN Â SAW Â CHAINS Â sharp-Â ened. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095. CONSTRUCTION: Â ADDI-Â TIONS, Â RENOVATIONS, Â new Â construction, Â drywall, Â carpen-Â try, Â painting, Â flooring, Â roofing. Â All Â aspects Â of Â construction, Â also Â property Â maintenance. Â Steven Â Fifield Â 802-Â989-Â0009.
OWNER Â / Â OPS. Â A.Duie Â Pyle Â offers Â excellent Â income Â with Â no Â touch Â freight. Â Home Â weekends. Â Call Â Dan Â or Â Jon Â at Â 1-Â800-Â477-Â0020 Â ext. Â 7 Â or Â ap-Â ply Â at Â www.driveforpyle.com Â .
FREE Â HOUSE Â CATS! Â Many Â to Â choose Â from. Â Spayed Â and Â Neutered. Â Good Â homes Â only. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â1410. Â 1683 Â Dog Â Team Â Rd., Â New Â Haven.
FREE Â MANURE Â AVAIL-Â ABLE Â from Â locally Â raised Â DEVELOPMENTAL Â HOME Â rabbits. Â Please Â call Â Mo Â at Â PROVIDER Â for Â live-Âin Â client Â or Â 802-Â349-Â8040. respite Â care. Â 36 Â years Â experi-Â ence. Â State Â background Â check Â completed. Â State Â Agency Â and Â Lost/Found past Â client Â family Â references Â provided. Â Call Â Doreen Â at Â L O S T Â P R E S C R I P T I O N Â 802-Â247-Â4409. S U N G L A S S E S Â o n Â A b -Â bey Â Pond Â Trail Â two Â weeks Â ago. Â Tortoise Â shell Â frames Â in Â hard Â green Â case. Â Please Â LAWN Â MOWING, Â BRUSH Â call Â 802-Â458-Â0654 Â and Â leave Â trimming, Â hedge Â trimming, Â message Â if Â by Â chance Â you Â saw Â power Â washing, Â light Â truck-Â them. Â Thanks. ing, Â small Â carpentry Â jobs Â and Â repairs. Â Concrete Â pads, Â side-Â walks; Â new Â and Â repairs. Â 10% Â Opportunities off Â all Â work Â for Â senior Â citizens. Â Geneâ€™s Â Property Â Manage-Â D R I V E R S -Â O W N E R Â O P -Â ment, Â Leicester, Â Vt. Â Fully Â in-Â ERATORS. Â Local Â / Â r egional Â sured. Â 802-Â349-Â6579. Â Call Â for Â freight, Â average Â $150,000 Â / Â a Â free Â estimate. year. Â No Â touch Â freight, Â no Â forced Â dispatch, Â minimum Â 2 Â MOUNTAIN Â VIEW Â MAIN-Â yr Â T/T Â experience. Â Call Â BTT Â TENANCE: Â All Â phases Â of Â 877-Â378-Â4288. home Â improvement. Â All Â jobs, Â small Â to Â large. Â 35+ Â years Â ex-Â EXP. Â REEFER Â DRIVERS. Â perience. Â Great Â references. Â Great Â pay, Â freight Â lanes Â from Â Free Â estimates. Â Call Â Rick Â at Â Presque Â Isle, Â ME, Â Boston-ÂLe-Â 802-Â453-Â5210. high, Â PA. Â 800-Â277-Â0212 Â or Â primeinc.com Â .
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EXPERIENCED, Â RELIABLE Â CAREGIVER Â of Â 20-Âplus Â years Â is Â looking Â for Â work. Â Referenc-Â es Â available Â upon Â request. Â For Â more Â information, Â please Â call Â 802-Â377-Â1770, Â ask Â for Â Sue.
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Help Â Wanted BANKRUPTCY: Â CALL Â to Â find Â out Â if Â bankruptcy Â can Â help Â you. Â Kathleen Â Walls, Â Esq. Â 802-Â388-Â1156. COSTELLOâ€™S Â MARKET Â IS Â looking Â for Â an Â experienced Â person Â to Â wrap Â subs, Â to Â do Â prep-Âwork, Â deep Â frying, Â dish Â washing Â and Â other Â duties. Â Please Â apply Â in Â person Â to Â Costelloâ€™s Â Market, Â Marble-Â works, Â Middlebury. DUMP Â TRUCK Â DRIVER Â want-Â ed. Â Class Â B Â CDL Â required. Â Minimum Â 5 Â years Â driving Â dump Â truck Â experience Â required. Â Contact Â Gene Â 802-Â373-Â8053.
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Call 802-651-4829 MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY COACH Middlebury Union High School is seeking a Junior Varsity Field Hockey Coach. The applicant must have a strong knowledge of Â˝IPHLSGOI]GSEGLMRKTVMRGMTPIW[MXLTVIZMSYW coaching experience preferred. Must possess strong organizational skills and the ability to communicate and relate to student athletes. Apply by sending a letter of interest and resume to: Sean Farrell, Activities Director Middlebury Union High School 73 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 Position Open Until Filled. E.O.E.
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JOURNALIST The Â Addison Â Independent Â in Â Middlebury, Â Vt., Â is Â seeking Â an Â energetic Â reporter/editor/web Â producer Â to Â join Â the Â award-Âwinning Â twice-Â a-Âweek Â newspaperâ€™s Â staff. Â The Â ideal Â candidate Â will Â have Â demonstrated Â excellence Â in Â reporting Â and Â producing Â stories Â in Â text, Â audio Â and Â video Â formats. Â This Â position Â will Â feature Â a Â mix Â of Â classic Â print Â media Â and Â cutting-Â edge Â online Â news. Â As Â such, Â those Â applying Â should Â have Â demonstrated Â experience Â in Â journalism Â and Â understanding Â of Â news Â writing Â and Â feature Â writing, Â as Â well Â as Â be Â interested Â and Â engaged Â in Â social Â media Â with Â an Â eye Â toward Â understanding Â the Â community Â and Â building Â reader Â loyalty. Â Some Â knowledge Â and Â experience Â with Â posting Â stories Â and Â content Â management Â systems Â a Â big Â plus. Â The Â job Â will Â include Â a Â lot Â of Â hands-Âon Â work Â improving Â the Â website, Â so Â candidates Â should Â bring Â ideas Â for Â doing Â that. Â Addisonindependent.com Â has Â been Â named Â the Â best Â news Â site Â in Â Vermont Â for Â three Â years Â running Â â€” Â our Â new Â hire Â will Â be Â responsible Â for Â making Â sure Â we Â make Â it Â four Â years. Â The Â person Â we Â hire Â will Â be Â intelligent, Â curious, Â indefatigable Â and Â work Â well Â as Â part Â of Â a Â team. Â Also, Â the Â candidate Â must Â have Â a Â car, Â as Â in-Â person Â interviews Â are Â a Â must. 6HQGDOHWWHURXWOLQLQJ\RXUTXDOLÂżFDWLRQVUHVXPHDQGH[DPSOHVRI your Â work Â to: Â email@example.com. ADDISON COUNTY
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EXPERIENCED Â COOK, Â part Â time, Â weekends Â required, Â noon Â to Â 8pm. Â Apply Â in Â person, Â Halfway Â House Â Restaurant, Â Route Â 22A, Â Shoreham.
KITCHEN Â STAFF Â Middle-Â bury Â Natural Â Foods Â Co-Âop Â has Â 2 Â full-Âtime Â positions Â in Â our Â kitchen. Â Both Â require Â profes-Â sional Â kitchen Â experience. Â Ideal Â candidate Â has Â experi-Â ence Â with Â salad Â bar Â prep Â and Â deli Â counter Â service Â work. Â More Â details Â on Â our Â web-Âsite. Â Complete Â application Â online Â at Â www.middleburycoop.com Â .
SHARED Â LIVING Â PROVID-Â ER: Â Woman Â with Â develop-Â mental Â disability Â in Â her Â late Â 30s Â seeks Â supportive Â home Â in Â Middlebury Â area Â to Â continue Â her Â growth Â and Â increase Â inde-Â pendence. Â She Â is Â employed Â part Â time Â and Â very Â active Â in Â Special Â Olympics Â and Â com-Â munity Â activities. Â Ideal Â match Â would Â be Â a Â couple Â without Â children Â living Â at Â home. Â Easy Â access Â to Â public Â transporta-Â tion Â is Â a Â plus Â or Â willingness Â to Â transport Â to Â work. Â Excellent Â team Â support Â provided. Â Annual Â tax-Âfree Â stipend Â of Â $28,500, Â room Â and Â board Â payment Â of Â $8300 Â and Â respite Â budget. Â Call Â Sharon Â Tierra Â at Â Community Â Associates Â 802-Â388-Â4021.
RED Â OAK Â ROUGH Â sawn Â select Â lumber. Â Also Â white Â ash. Â Approximately Â 1000 Â board Â feet Â of Â each. Â $.50 Â per Â board Â foot. Â Call Â evenings Â 802-Â877-Â8365.
EXPERIENCED Â WAITSTAFF, Â HOSTS Â and Â bussers Â wanted Â at Â Fire Â and Â Ice Â Restaurant. Â Apply Â in Â person Â at Â 26 Â Seymour Â St. Â Do Â not Â call Â restaurant. HELP Â NEEDED Â TAKING Â Care Â of Â gentleman Â in Â wheel Â chair. Â Please Â call Â for Â more Â informa-Â tion. Â 802-Â771-Â7153. FOODSERVICE Â COMPANY Â IN Â Vergennes Â seeking Â multiple Â positions Â including Â line Â cooks, Â dishwasher Â and Â production Â pack. Â If Â you Â are Â a Â go-Âgetter Â with Â a Â positive Â attitude, Â come Â work Â with Â us Â in Â a Â fun Â and Â busy Â environment. Â We Â need Â part-Âtime Â and Â full-Âtime Â posi-Â tions, Â Wednesday Â through Â Sunday. Â Competitive Â pay. Â Interviewing Â for Â immediate Â start. Â Please Â email Â resume Â and Â 3 Â references Â to Â info@ grazedelivered.com Â . GARDEN Â MAINTENANCE Â Experienced Â landscape Â gar-Â dener Â needed Â for Â seasonal Â care Â of Â gardens Â in Â Addison Â and Â Rutland Â counties. Â Basic Â knowledge Â of Â trees, Â shrubs Â and Â perennials Â is Â required. Â Must Â have Â valid Â drivers Â li-Â cense. Â Able Â to Â work Â inde-Â pendently. Â The Â Inner Â Garden Â Inc., Â Middlebury. Â Send Â inquiry Â to Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â or Â fax Â 888-Â823-Â3389. OFFICE Â MANAGER Â NEEDED Â immediately Â for Â Brandon Â Se-Â nior Â Center. Â Must Â be Â computer Â literate, Â billing, Â and Â be Â able Â to Â serve Â Meals Â on Â Wheels. Â MTW Â 9am-Â2pm. Â Call Â for Â interview, Â 247-Â3121.
LEAD Â BAKER, Â Middlebury Â Natural Â Foods Â Co-Âop, Â full Â time Â (32 Â hours). Â Ideal Â candidate Â has Â professional Â baking Â expe-Â rience, Â familiarity Â with Â natural Â products Â and Â ServSafe Â train-Â ing. Â Ability Â to Â oversee Â in-Âhouse Â bakery Â program, Â order Â and Â receive, Â plan Â seasonal Â menus, Â and Â implement Â new Â products. Â Proven Â success Â with Â daily Â production, Â multi-Âtasking Â and Â working Â as Â part Â of Â a Â team. Â Computer Â skills Â to Â price Â and Â label Â products, Â maintain Â rec-Â ipe Â database Â and Â implement Â sales. Â To Â apply Â either Â com-Â plete Â an Â application Â online Â at Â www.middleburycoop.com Â or Â ask Â a Â staff Â member Â for Â an Â application Â in Â our Â store Â at Â 9 Â Washington Â Street.
SMALL Â COMPANY Â IN Â Ad-Â dison Â County Â seeks Â part-Âtime Â bookkeeper. Â Duties Â include Â handling Â receivables Â and Â payables, Â filing, Â running Â end Â of Â month Â reports, Â and Â more. Â Must Â be Â proficient Â in Â Quick-Â Books. Â Days Â and Â hours Â are Â flexible. Â Approximately Â 10-Â12 Â hours Â per Â week. Â Please Â send Â resume Â and Â 3 Â references Â to Â bookkeeper7293@gmail. com Â .
NEED Â EXPERIENCED Â CARE Â GIVER Â for Â elderly Â stroke Â pa-Â VERMONT Â SOAP Â IS Â LOOK-Â tient Â in Â Brandon. Â References Â ING Â for Â the Â right Â people Â to Â required. Â 802-Â989-Â3097. add Â to Â our Â team Â of Â full Â time, Â honest, Â hard-Âworking, Â friendly, Â PART-ÂTIME Â CONSTRUC-Â long-Âterm Â employees. Â Must Â TION Â WORKER Â 20-Â30 Â hours Â be Â good Â with Â numbers, Â have Â / Â week. Â Roofing, Â painting, Â car-Â good Â computer Â skills, Â and Â be Â pentry. Â Some Â experience Â pre-Â able Â to Â lift Â 50lb. Â boxes. Â Will Â ferred. Â 453-Â7324. train. Â Please Â email Â resume Â PERSONAL Â CARE Â ATTEN-Â to Â Hilde@vermontsoap.com Â . DANT, Â full Â time, Â 11pm-Â7am Â shift, Â every Â other Â weekend. Â Must Â be Â reliable, Â compas-Â For Â Sale sionate Â and Â possess Â posi-Â tive Â attitude. Â Call Â Shard Â Villa Â MAXIM Â OUTDOOR Â WOOD Â PELLET Â Furnace Â by Â Central Â 802-Â352-Â4369. Boiler. Â Heat Â your Â home Â and Â Water. Â Buy Â NOW Â and Â save Â up Â to Â $400! Â Boivin Â Farm Â Supply. Â 802-Â236-Â2389.
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Jackmanâ€™s Inc. of Bristol Heating Â Tech Â Wanted Looking Â for Â an Â experienced Â service Â tech. Â with Â oil Â and Â SURSDQHFHUWLÂżFDWLRQV3OXPELQJ7\SH6/LFHQVHDQG$& &HUWZRXOGEHJUHDW\HWZLOOLQJWRWUDLQWKHULJKWSHUVRQ /RRNLQJIRUWKHULJKWWHDPSOD\HUZLWKDJUHDWZRUNHWKLF DWWLWXGHDQGVHQVHRIKXPRU0XVWEHDEOHWRVKLIWJHDUV DQGGRPXOWLSOHWKLQJVLQDIDVWSDFHGHQYLURQPHQWZKLOH EHLQJKRQHVWDWHDPSOD\HUDQGUHOLDEOH3RVLWLRQZLOOEH ÂżOOHGZKHQWKHULJKWSHUVRQDSSOLHV)XOOWLPHSRVLWLRQZLWK IXOOEHQHÂżWVLQFOXGLQJUHWLUHPHQWDQGKHDOWKLQVXUDQFH 3D\EDVHGXSRQH[SHULHQFH/RRNLQJIRUWKDWULJKW SHUVRQWRMRLQRXUWHDPDVZHPRYHIRUZDUG 3OHDVHVHQGFRYHU/HWWHUWR Jackmanâ€™s Â Inc. Â Â P.O. Â Box Â 410, Â Bristol, Â VT Â 05433
PHARMACY TECHNICIANS PART TIME RITE AID, one of the nationâ€™s leading retail drugstore chains, is looking for responsible individuals to fill the PART TIME positions of PHARMACY TECHNICIAN in the local area. Applicant must be able to work days, nights & weekends. Experience preferred but will train appropriate candidate. Please apply in person to the store manager at: 5,7($,'Â‡3ULQFH/DQH%ULVWRO97 ,QWHUHVWHGFDQGLGDWHVSOHDVHDSSO\RQOLQHWRWKH SRVLWLRQLQWKHFDUHHUVVHFWLRQRIRXUFRPSDQ\ ZHEVLWHZZZULWHDLGFRPFDUHHUV is an Equal Opportunity Employer
MOâ€™S Â COUNTRY Â RABBITS: Â Fresh Â Rabbit Â Meat Â for Â sale. Â Average Â weight: Â 4-Â5 Â lbs. Â Charging Â $14 Â per Â rabbit. Â Also Â selling Â live Â adult Â rabbits, Â as Â well Â as Â baby Â rabbits Â for Â ne-Â gotiable Â price. Â Many Â different Â breeds Â including Â â€œGiantsâ€?. Â May Â be Â seen Â by Â appointment. Â Call Â Mo Â Oâ€™Keefe Â at Â 802-Â349-Â8040. Â Great Â Meat. Â Great Â Pets. Â Great Â Prices.
SAWMILLS Â FROM Â ONLY Â $4897. Â Make Â and Â save Â money Â with Â your Â own Â bandmill. Â Cut Â lumber Â any Â dimension. Â In Â stock Â ready Â to Â ship. Â Free Â info Â / Â D VD: Â www.NorwoodSaw-Â mills.com Â 1-Â800-Â578-Â1363 Â ext. Â 300N. VINTAGE Â VERMONT Â LIFE Â MAGAZINES. Â Winter Â 1947-Â48 Â to Â summer Â 1975. Â Only Â 6 Â miss-Â ing. Â Plus Â a Â few Â 1980â€™s. Â Best Â offer, Â all Â only. Â 802-Â352-Â4528.
Vacation Â Rentals ADDISON: Â LAKE Â CHAM-Â PLAIN Â waterfront Â camp. Â Beautiful Â view, Â gorgeous Â sun-Â sets, Â private Â beach, Â dock, Â rowboat Â and Â canoe Â included. Â $600. Â weekly, Â or Â call Â for Â week-Â ends. Â 802-Â349-Â4212.
For Â Rent ADDISON; Â 2 Â BEDROOM+ Â house, Â located Â on Â beautiful Â Lake Â Champlain. Â Central Â air, Â washer Â / Â dryer, Â inviting Â decks, Â garage, Â great Â yard Â with Â awe-Â some Â view. Â Pet Â negotiable. Â References Â and Â security Â deposit Â required. Â $1500 Â / Â mo. Â 388-Â7218. BRANDON Â 2 Â BR Â $650 Â + Â utilities. Â 802-Â773-Â9107 Â www. thefuccicompany.com Â . BRISTOL Â 3 Â BEDROOM Â house: Â 2 Â bath, Â 2 Â living Â rooms, Â 2 Â fireplaces, Â 2 Â porches, Â ga-Â rage Â and Â undercover Â parking. Â 2250sq.ft. Â Private Â with Â views. Â New Â stainless Â steel Â flat Â top Â stove. Â Washer* Â / Â dryer. Â Free Â Wifi. Â Extra Â storage. Â Garden Â space. Â Lawn Â maintenance Â and Â snow Â removal*. Â No Â pets Â / Â smoking. Â Security, Â references, Â lease. Â Available Â September Â 1. Â $1225 Â / Â month. Â 802-Â453-Â4838, Â leave Â message. BRISTOL, Â ONE Â BEDROOM. Â $550 Â per Â month, Â includes Â hot Â water, Â trash Â and Â lawn Â care. Â Tenant Â pays Â heat Â and Â elec-Â tric. Â No Â Pets. Â Deposit Â and Â references Â required. Â Call Â 802-Â349-Â5268.
BRISTOL; Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â apartment. Â Heat, Â hot Â water, Â excellent Â condition. Â Lease, Â ORGANIC Â HIGH Â BUSH Â black-Â references, Â credit Â check, Â no Â berries. Â pick Â your Â own, Â $5.00 Â pets. Â $610 Â / Â mo. Â 802-Â453-Â3712. / Â qt. Â Hand Â picked Â $6.00 Â / Â qt. Â Please Â call Â for Â picking Â condi-Â tions. Â 388-Â7141.
RAINY Â SUMMER Â BARREL Â SALE Â â€” Â THE Â BARREL Â MAN: Â 55 Â gallon Â Plastic Â and Â Metal Â barrels. Â Several Â types: Â 55 Â gal-Â lon Â rain Â barrels Â with Â faucets, Â Food Â grade Â with Â removable Â locking Â covers, Â plastic Â food Â grade Â with Â spin-Âon Â covers Â (pickle Â barrels). Â Also, Â 275 Â gal-Â lon Â food Â grade Â totes Â $125 Â each. Â Delivery Â available. Â 802-Â453-Â4235.
CORNWALL; Â 4 Â BEDROOM, Â 2 Â bath Â apartment Â located Â on Â 12 Â acre Â property. Â Easy Â access Â to Â Rutland Â and Â Burlington. Â Heat, Â hot Â water. Â References, Â credit Â check. Â Available Â im-Â mediately. Â Call Â for Â appoint-Â ment. Â 347-Â390-Â1843 Â days, Â 802-Â238-Â1993 Â after Â 6pm. FERRISBURGH; Â 3 Â BED-Â ROOM Â house Â with Â attached Â 2 Â bay Â garage Â and Â nice Â deck. Â Located Â 1/2 Â mile Â south Â of Â Button Â Bay Â State Â Park. Â $1300. Â plus Â utilities. Â Must Â have Â refer-Â ences. Â 802-Â475-Â2176.
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FURNISHED ROOM for rent 2 miles south of Middlebury College. $600 / mo. utilities included. 802-343-4635.
M I D D L E B U RY, N E W LY RENOVATED two bedroom apartment. All inclusive. $1300 / month. Close to the college. Available August 1. Call 802-388-4831.
LAKE DUNMORE; WINTER- IZED 2 bedroom cottages available September — June, shorter period. Smaller, heated, seasonal cottages open until late October. Fully equipped kitchens, bathrooms with showers, comfortable furnishing, WIFI, satellite TV, plowing, trash collection, re- cycling. 10 minutes to Middle- bury or Brandon. Email info@ northcovecottages.com or call 352-4236. MIDDLEBURY COMMER- CIALLY ZONED House with maximum exposure and ac- cess to Rt. 7 and Foote Street. Currently a physician’s office. Spacious parking. Handicap accessible. Available Au- gust 1. Please call Darcy at 802-388-9599. M I D D L E B U RY H O U S E SHARE. Walking distance to downtown. Quiet area near TAM trail. View. Utilities in- cluded. No smoker or pets. References. First, last and security deposit. Credit check. $550 / mo. 6 month to 1 year lease. 802-989-3097.
NEW HAVEN; EXCELLENT 1 bedroom apartment with appliances, heat, trash re- moval included. $800 / m o. plus security. Pets negotiable. 802-453-2184.
FIREWOOD: CUT, SPLIT, delivered. Call 802-388-7300. FIREWOOD; CUT, SPLIT and delivered. Green or sea- soned. Call Tom Shepard, 802-453-4285.
Real Estate 4 ACRE CORNWALL Hill- top building site with expan- sive view- Camel’s Hump to Killington. Approved septic design. All permits on file. 220 acres also available. www.landwoodwater.com 619-208-2939. oppa6@ya- hoo.com . BEST VALUE IN MIDDLE- BURY; 4 bedroom, 4-1/2 bath, energy efficient home. Ex- cellent condition. Built 2008. Want to Rent Located within walking dis- PROFESSIONAL WOMAN tance to schools, shopping, WITH excellent credit and TAM trail, central A/C, 2-car references seeks house or garage. Asking $359,000. apartment to rent in Middle- 802-388-3937. bury area. Call 860-501-3724 or email email@example.com .
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HAY FOR SALE: First cut $3 / square bale. Mike Quinn, 1981 T-TOP CORVETTE end of South Munger Street, original title, 70,893 miles, Middlebury. 802-388-7828. needs small cosmetic work. HAY FOR SALE: Small $5500, call Bill at 475-2535. square bales. First cut 1997 HONDA ACCORD LX. and mulch. Delivery avail- Automatic, sunroof. 130,000 a b l e . C a l l f o r p r i c i n g . miles. runs well. $1784. 802-453-4481, 802-349-9281, 802-349-5900. or 802-989-1004. 2001 HONDA CIVIC. 4 mount- NEW HOLLAND T1530- ed winter tires. Good condi- 250TL Loader, 200 hours. tion. No A/C. $3250 OBO. Winco PTO Generator. Call 802-388-2483. 802-247-6735.
Wanted BUYING ANYTHING OLD Postcards, coins, jewelry, books, pottery, old photos, toys, antiques. Good prices. Rick Wyman, 236-3240. WANTED TO BUY 1 item or houseful. Also old books. Call Blue Willow Antiques. 802-247-5333. WANTED: TWO- TWO drawer single file cabinets. Good, clean condition. Call Pam at 802-388-4944.
Public Notices Public notices for the following can be found in this ADDISON INDEPENDENT on Pages 29 &30.
Addison County Regional Planning Commission – Bristol (1) Addison County Superior Court (1) Ferrisburgh (1) Orwell (1) Vergennes (1)
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GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP- PIES, 9 weeks old. First shots and wormed. Asking $500. 3 females, 2 males. Ready to go. Call Tim 802-349-8932 or Ellie 914-489-7873.
2006 JEEP GRAND Cherokee Laredo; 60,500 miles; silver, automatic, 3.7L V6. Summer and studded winter tires. Moon roof, excellent condi- tion. $11,500. 802-388-0320, firstname.lastname@example.org .
FORD RANGER XLT 1998, Boats super cab, white. 4x4, 4 liter V-6. Automatic transmission, PELICAN BASS RADAR 102,500 miles. Inspected. BOAT. Good condition. With $3500. Call 802-758-2377 extras. $400. OBO. 349-5139. for information.
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2002 FORD FOCUS WAGON, five speed manual, 109k, good tires plus four good snows. Economical, drives great. $3500. 802-388-2594.
RIPTON TWO BEDROOM apartment. $550 / month plus utilities. No pets. No smoking. Call 802-382-8567.
SHOREHAM VILLAGE- 2 Bedroom, second floor apart- ment. 20 minutes from Mid- dlebury. Walking distance to school. Huge living room, big eat-in kitchen. Non smoking. No pets. $720 / month plus utilities. Available after August 4. 802-388-5411.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE Cut and split, 2 cord minimum. Mixed green hardwood, ready to go. No delivery charge. Dry will be ready end of August. Limited amount, place orders now. Log loads still available. 802-453-3606, Lathrop Forest Products.
SAWDUST; STORED AND undercover. Large tandem silage truck $627, delivered. Large single axle dump $259, delivered. Single axle dump $1 92, delivered. Pick up and loading also available. Phone M I D D L E B U RY; I N D U S - order and credit cards accept- TRIAL PARK. Available 2 ed. 802-453-2226. Bagged acres, lease or build to suit. shavings in stock. $5.50 per 802-558-6092. bag. NEW DISPLAY MODELS, WANTED: TO PURCHASE Custom Modular Homes, Dou- from owner, open land, 20+ ble Wides & Single Wides. No acres. 802-558-6092. pressure sales staff. FactoryD- irectHomesofvt.com 600 Rt 7 WHITNEY’S CUSTOM FARM Pittsford, VT 1-877-999-2555 WORK. Pond agitating, liquid email@example.com . manure hauling, mouldboard plowing. 462-2755, John Whitney
MOUNTAIN ROAD FIRE- WOOD. Green and dry avail- able. Oak, ash, maple, beech. ZEBRA FINCHES Cages not Cars Order now and save for next included. 802-377-0207. PLOW TRUCK. 1982 GMC season. Cut, split and deliv- (6) 240 VOLVOS : Rust free. 3/4 ton, 350 4 speed with plow. ered. Call 802-759-2095. $1500 and up. 802-316-7119. $1000. OBO. 802-453-3118.
RIPTON STREAMSIDE COT- TAGE, close to Ripton Village. Studio with loft, deck, plus large room downstairs. Snow / lawn included. $825 / mo. plus utilities. Yearly lease plus 1 mo. security deposit required. Call 802-388-0863.
SELF STORAGE And Pal- let Storage Available. Call 802-453-5563.
CUT, SEASONED, DRY LEICESTER, 6.8 ACRES, wood. Split to order. $255 / $59,000. Very nice building cord delivered. 802-453-4387. site surveyed, septic design in- FIREWOOD CORDS $250 cluded. Ready to build on, with to $325. Delivery depending all permits. Owner financing. on mileage. 802-462-3313; Call Wayne 802-257-7076.
SOUTH STARKSBORO: LOOKING for quiet tenants for a two bedroom, 1 bath, mo- bile home on owner occupied property. No pets. No smok- ing. $875 / mo. plus utilities. Deposit and credit references M I D D L E B U RY, N E W LY required. Call 802-453-4856, RENOVATED two bedroom leave message. apartment. All inclusive. $1300 / month. Close to the college. THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath Available September 1. Call home in Shoreham, furnished, 802-388-4831. on Lake Champlain until June 2014. $1000 / mo. Pet allowed. NEW HAVEN; 2 bedroom Pam 802-380-6058. apartment. All appliance, heat, rubbish removal. No pets, no smoking. $775 / mo. $800. deposit. 802-453-2275.
MIDDLEBURY ONE BED- ROOM apartment. First floor apartment with shared deck, $800 month plus utilities. Beautiful wood floors. Secu- rity deposit, credit application required. No pets, no smoking. 1457 Route 7 South. See Craigslist ad for photos. Call 802-349-7432.
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The Orwell Development Review Board will meet Wednesday, August 21, at 7:30 pm at the Town Clerk’s Office to conduct the following business: 1. Dave Kent, application for Conditional Use to sell hot-dogs from a cart on Route 22A by the ballfield, Permit # 7-27-13. Information pertaining to these matters may be viewed M, T, Th, 9:30-12:00 and 1:00-3:30 and Fr 9:30-12:00 and 1:00-6:00 at the Town Clerk’s Office. David King, Chair 8/5 Orwell DRB
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Local Â snake Â populations Â threatened Â by Â Snake Â Fungal Â Disease By Â MICHAEL Â J. Â CADUTO In Â the Â case Â of Â snake Â fungal Â disease, Â if Â the Â Jedi Â Knight Â from Â â€œStar Â Wars,â€? Â Obi-ÂWan Â Kenobi, Â summoned Â the Â power Â of Â nature Â by Â utter-Â ing, Â â€œThe Â spores Â be Â with Â you,â€? Â he Â would Â be Â spot Â on. Â This Â infectious Â organ-Â ism Â features Â minute Â spores Â that Â produce Â a Â fungus Â capable Â of Â defeating Â powerful Â venomous Â snakes. Â Virtually Â unheard Â of Â in Â the Â wild Â prior Â to Â 2006, Â Ophidiomyces Â ophiodiicola Â has Â been Â found Â on Â wild Â snakes Â in Â nearly Â a Â dozen Â states, Â including Â New Â Hampshire Â and Â Vermont. Â It Â is Â suspected Â of Â wiping Â out Â half Â the Â population Â of Â timber Â rattle-Â snakes Â in Â New Â Hampshire Â between Â 2006 Â and Â 2007. Â Snake Â fungal Â disease, Â or Â SFD, Â causes Â snakes Â to Â develop Â opaque Â eyes, Â scabby Â scales Â and Â misshapen Â nodules Â on Â their Â heads Â and Â bodies. Â Their Â skin Â swells Â and Â thickens, Â devel-Â ops Â ulcers, Â and Â sheds Â prematurely. Â Because Â SFD Â occurs Â on Â animals Â in Â captivity, Â where Â it Â thrives Â in Â warm, Â moist Â conditions, Â some Â scientists Â suspect Â that Â the Â fungus Â may Â have Â migrated Â into Â the Â wild Â as Â tempera-Â tures Â and Â humidity Â have Â increased. Â Climate Â change Â may Â also Â make Â it Â easier Â for Â diseases Â to Â spread Â during Â the Â winter, Â when Â many Â snakes Â hiber-Â nate Â en Â masse Â underground. Dr. Â Jeffrey Â Lorch Â of Â the Â University Â of Â Wisconsin Â Madison Â has Â conducted Â most Â of Â the Â recent Â fungus Â cultures Â on Â snakeskins Â for Â the Â U.S. Â Geological Â Surveyâ€™s Â National Â Wildlife Â Health Â &HQWHU +H VD\V WKDW DQHFGRWDO ÂżHOG reports Â suggest Â that Â SFD Â has Â been Â in Â North Â America Â â€œfor Â quite Â some Â time,â€? Â and Â may Â even Â be Â a Â native Â species. Â (Lorchâ€™s Â previous Â research Â was Â instru-Â mental Â in Â identifying Â the Â fungus Â that Â
causes Â white-Ânose Â syndrome, Â which Â has Â killed Â millions Â of Â bats Â throughout Â the Â Northeast.) SFD Â infects Â all Â kinds Â of Â snakes Â â€” Â from Â rat Â snakes Â to Â rattlers. Â â€œIt Â is Â likely Â that Â most Â snake Â species Â in Â east-Â ern Â North Â America Â can Â contract Â SFD,â€? Â says Â Lorch, Â â€œbut Â we Â really Â do Â not Â know Â the Â population-Â level Â impacts Â at Â this Â time Â or Â how Â the Â infec-Â tion Â varies Â b e t w e e n Â s p e c i e s . â€? Â The Â great-Â est Â concern Â has Â arisen Â with Â snake Â species Â that Â occur Â in Â small, Â isolated Â populations, Â for Â which Â losses Â of Â even Â a Â few Â animals Â could Â severely Â limit Â the Â ability Â of Â those Â populations Â to Â persist Â or Â recover. Â These Â vulnerable Â species Â include Â timber Â rattlesnakes. Â Endangered Â in Â Vermont Â and Â New Â Hampshire, Â rattle-Â snakes Â survive Â as Â relict Â populations Â that Â harbor Â little Â genetic Â diversity, Â so Â itâ€™s Â less Â likely Â that Â an Â individual Â will Â emerge Â that Â is Â resistant Â to Â SFD. Â Vermontâ€™s Â Rutland Â County Â is Â home Â to Â two Â populations Â that Â contain Â the Â last Â few Â hundred Â individuals. Â In Â New Â Hampshire, Â rattlesnakes Â have Â been Â reduced Â to Â a Â single Â population. Â The Â best Â way Â to Â minimize Â SFD Â is Â to Â report Â sightings Â of Â infected Â snakes Â to Â the Â appropriate Â state Â or Â federal Â agency. Â Take Â photographs, Â if Â you Â can Â do Â it Â safely. Â â€œCitizen Â reporting,â€? Â
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says Â Lorch, Â â€œcan Â help Â determine Â how Â widespread Â SFD Â is, Â which Â species Â are Â affected, Â and Â whether Â the Â disease Â SRVHV D VLJQLÂżFDQW ULVN WR VQDNHV across Â the Â Eastern Â U.S.â€? Lorch Â urges Â precautions Â to Â avoid Â spreading Â the Â disease, Â such Â as Â disin-Â fecting Â equipment, Â clothing Â and Â
hands Â after Â handling Â captive Â and Â wild Â snakes. Â â€œIt Â is Â a Â good Â idea Â to Â prevent Â wild Â and Â captive Â (particularly Â exotic) Â snakes Â from Â having Â any Â sort Â of Â contact Â with Â one Â another Â if Â one Â of Â the Â animals Â may Â be Â released Â back Â into Â the Â wild.â€? But Â why Â care Â if Â snakes Â disappear? Â
As Â predators Â that Â slither Â along Â the Â middle Â links Â of Â the Â food-Âchain, Â snakes Â keep Â populations Â of Â prey Â in Â check, Â including Â grasshoppers, Â mice, Â voles, Â rats Â and Â other Â critters Â that Â frequently Â damage Â and Â destroy Â crops Â and Â gardens. Â Snakes Â provide Â food Â for Â larger Â animals, Â such Â as Â hawks, Â owls, Â coyotes, Â raccoons Â and Â foxes. Â As Â part Â of Â the Â natural Â diversity Â of Â life, Â they Â help Â ecosys-Â tems Â to Â be Â more Â resilient. S n a k e s Â also Â have Â medical Â u s e s . Â Several Â d r u g s , Â includ-Â i n g Â HSWLÂżED-Â tide Â and Â tirofiban Â â€” Â used Â to Â prevent Â blood Â clots Â in Â patients Â with Â symptoms Â of Â chest Â pains Â and Â minor Â heart Â attacks Â â€” Â are Â based Â on Â snake Â venom Â proteins. Â When Â administered Â in Â time, Â these Â drugs Â help Â prevent Â a Â full-Âblown Â infarction. And Â where Â would Â humans Â be Â with-Â out Â these Â iconic Â animals Â to Â challenge Â us Â and Â serve Â as Â a Â force Â against Â which Â we Â take Â our Â measure? Â Although Â many Â
MORTGAGEEâ€™S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Â Â Â As Â ordered Â by Â the Â Court Â set Â forth Â below Â and Â in Â connection Â with Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Richard Â Burnett Â and Â Cindy Â Burnett Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â acting Â solely Â as Â nominee Â for Â Clearlight Â Mortgage Â Corporation, Â its Â successors Â and Â assigns Â dated Â November Â 17, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 64 Â Page Â 137-Â141 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Vergennes, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â CitiMortgage, Â Inc. Â is Â now Â the Â present Â holder, Â and Â in Â accordance Â with Â the Â Judgment Â Order Â and Â Decree Â of Â Foreclosure Â entered Â September Â 6, Â 2012 Â in Â the Â action Â entitled Â CitiMortgage, Â Inc. Â v Â Richard Â Burnett, Â Cindy Â Burnett Â and Â The Â Secretary Â of Â Housing Â and Â Urban Â Development, Â by Â the Â Addison Â Unit, Â Civil Â Division, Â Vermont Â Superior Â Court, Â Docket Â No. Â 297-Â11-Â09 Â Ancv Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purpose Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 47 Â Booth Â Woods Â Road, Â Vergennes, Â Vermont Â on Â August Â 16, Â 2013 Â at Â 9:00 Â am Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage, Â Â Â Â To Â wit: Â 1-Â00372393 Â Â A Â certain Â interest Â in Â land Â in Â Vergennes Â in Â the Â county Â of Â Addison, Â and Â State Â of Â Vermont Â described Â as Â follows, Â vis: Being Â Unit Â #6 Â of Â Booth Â Woods Â Condominiums Â as Â shown Â on Â a Â plan Â entitled Â â€œboundary Â Plat Â and Â Site Â Plan, Â Booth Â Woods Â Condominiums, Â Vergennes, Â Addison Â County, Â Vermontâ€? Â prepared Â by Â Donald Â L. Â Hamlin, Â Consulting Â Engineers, Â Inc., Â Essex Â Junction, Â VT., Â dated Â 'HFHPEHU DV UHYLVHG RQ 0D\ DQG -DQXDU\ DQG ÂżOHG RQ January Â 28, Â 1988 Â at Â Book Â 37 Â Page Â 1-Â12 Â in Â the Â Vergennes Â Land Â Records, Â together Â with Â an Â undivided Â 16.66 Â percent Â interest Â in Â the Â Common Â Areas Â and Â Facilities Â and Â a Â 16.66 Â percent Â share Â of Â common Â costs Â and Â expenses Â in Â accordance Â with Â the Â Declaration Â and Â Bylaws Â of Â WKH&RQGRPLQLXP5HIHUHQFHVKRXOGDOVREHKDGWRD3ODQHQWLWOHGÂł7\SLFDOÂżUVWĂ€RRUSODQ Booth Â Woods Â Condominium Â Vergennes, Â Addison Â County, Â Vermontâ€? Â prepared Â by Â Donald Â L. Â +DPOLQFRQVXOWLQJ(QJLQHHUV,QF(VVH[-XQFWLRQ97GDWHG'HFHPEHUÂżOHGDW Map Â Book Â 1, Â page Â 50 Â of Â the Â Vergennes Â Land Â Records. 7KHZLWKLQFRQYH\HGODQGVDQGSUHPLVHVDUHVXEMHFWHGWRDQGEHQHÂżWHGE\WKH'HFODUDWLRQ and Â Bylaws Â of Â the Â Booth Â Woods Â Condominium Â dated Â January Â 22, Â 1988, Â and Â recorded Â January Â 28, Â 1988 Â at Â Book Â 37 Â Page Â 1 Â of Â the Â Vergennes Â City Â Land Â Records, Â and Â Amendment Â No. Â 1 Â to Â Declaration Â of Â Condominium Â dated Â May Â 26, Â 1988 Â and Â to Â be Â recorded Â in Â the Â Vergennes Â Land Â Records. Â Â Parcel Â ID# Â 300374-Â06 Â Reference Â is Â hereby Â made Â to Â the Â above Â instruments Â and Â to Â the Â records Â and Â references Â contained Â therein Â in Â further Â aid Â of Â this Â description. Â Â Terms Â of Â sale: Â Said Â premises Â will Â be Â sold Â and Â conveyed Â subject Â to Â all Â liens, Â encumbrances, Â unpaid Â taxes, Â tax Â titles, Â municipal Â liens Â and Â assessments, Â if Â any, Â which Â take Â precedence Â over Â the Â said Â mortgage Â above Â described. 7(17+286$1' 'ROODUVRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHPXVWEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHG check, Â bank Â treasurerâ€™s Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â at Â the Â time Â and Â place Â of Â the Â sale Â by Â the Â purchaser. Â 7KHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHVKDOOEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHGFKHFNEDQNWUHDVXUHUÂśVRU cashierâ€™s Â check Â within Â thirty Â (30) Â days Â after Â the Â date Â of Â sale. Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Â Â Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale. Â Â DATED: Â July Â 16, Â 2013 Â Â Amber Â L. Â Doucette, Â Esq., Â Bendett Â and Â McHugh, Â PC 270 Â Farmington Â Ave., Â Ste. Â 151 Â Â Farmington, Â CT Â 06032 7/22, Â 7/29, Â 8/5 Â Tel Â 860-Â677-Â2868, Â x Â 1090 Â Â Fax Â 860-Â409-Â0626
people Â revile Â them, Â snakes Â and Â other Â reptiles Â inspire Â a Â sense Â of Â excitement, Â awe Â and Â mystery. Â As Â the Â Goliaths Â to Â our Â David, Â they Â keep Â us Â strong Â and Â make Â us Â feel Â alive. Michael Â J. Â Caduto Â is Â an Â author, Â ecologist, Â and Â storyteller Â who Â lives Â in Â Reading. Â The Â illustration Â for Â this Â column Â was Â drawn Â by Â Adelaide Â Tyrol. Â The Â Outside Â Story Â is Â assigned Â and Â edited Â by Â Northern Â Woodlands Â magazine Â and Â sponsored Â by Â the Â Wellborn Â Ecology Â Fund Â of Â New Â Hampshire Â Charitable Â Foundation: Â Â firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ADDISON COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION â€“ REVIEW OF BRISTOL TOWN PLAN
The Â Addison Â County Â Regional Â Planning Â Commission Â (ACRPC) Â will Â hold Â a Â joint Â public Â hearing Â on Â with Â the Â Bristol Â Plan-Â ning Â Commission Â on Â August Â 20, Â 2013 Â at Â SP DW WKH %ULVWRO 7RZQ 2IÂżFH WR review Â the Â Bristol Â Town Â Plan Â and Â consult Â with Â Bristol Â regarding Â its Â planning Â pro-Â cess. Â The Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â has Â requested Â that Â ACRPC Â grant Â regional Â approval Â of Â their Â Town Â Plan Â pursuant Â to Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â Â§ Â 4350(b). Â The Â purpose Â of Â the Â review Â is Â to Â determine Â whether Â the Â Plan: (1) Â is Â consistent Â with Â the Â goals Â estab-Â lished Â in Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â Â§ Â 4302; (2) Â is Â compatible Â with Â its Â regional Â plan; (3) Â is Â compatible Â with Â approved Â plans Â of Â other Â municipalities Â in Â the Â region; Â and (4) Â contains Â all Â the Â elements Â included Â in Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â Â§4382(a)(1)-Â(10). The Â plan Â encompasses Â the Â entire Â Town Â of Â Bristol. Â Copies Â of Â the Â Bristol Â Town Â Plan Â FDQEHYLHZHGDWWKH%ULVWRO7RZQ2IÂżFH DQG DW WKH$&53& 2IÂżFH 6HPLQDU\ Street, Â Middlebury. Adam Â Lougee, Â Executive Â Director Â Addison Â County Â Regional Â Planning Â &RPPLVVLRQÂ‡
The Town of Ferrisburgh will be holding Grievance Hearings on Thursday, August 8th, and Friday, August 9th, 2013 at the Ferrisburgh Town Clerks Office between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. according to V.S.A. Title 32, Â§4111(G). A public information meeting for all property owners will be held on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Ferrisburgh Town Clerkâ€™s Office. The meeting will be used as an opportunity for general questions and answers, as well as an explanation of some of the sales data used in the appraisal approach. Listers will be available at the Ferrisburgh Town Office to answer any questions and to provide information on Friday, August 2, 2013 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Additional appointments are available upon request. Please call the Ferrisburgh Town Clerkâ€™s Office at (802)877-Â3429 to schedule an appointment. â€œA person who feels aggrieved by the action of the listerâ€™s and desires to be heard by them, shall, on or before the day of the grievance meeting, file with them his objections in writing and may appear at such grievance meetings in person or by his agents or attorneys. Upon hearing of such grievances the parties thereto may submit such documentary or sworn evidence as shall be pertinent thereto.â€? Town of Ferrisburgh, Board of Listers, Carl Cole, Joseph Blasius, John Bull 7/29, 8/1, 5,8
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