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1HZĂ€OPGRFXPHQWV &RUQZDOOKLUHV+DFNHWW \HDUVRI)HUULVEXUJKKLVWRU\ WRVHUYHDVQHZSULQFLSDO By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY FERRISBURGH Â â€” Â From Â the Â critical Â â€” Â the Â townâ€™s Â involvement Â in Â the Â War Â of Â 1812 Â â€” Â to Â the Â whimsical Â â€” Â in Â the Â 20th Â century Â a Â Burlington-Â bound Â train Â crunched Â a Â loaded Â ma-Â nure Â truck Â â€” Â a Â new Â professionally Â FUDIWHGÂżOPRIIHUVDFRPSUHKHQVLYH look Â at Â Ferrisburghâ€™s Â history. Produced Â on Â a Â volunteer Â basis Â
E\ YHWHUDQ ÂżOPPDNHU DQG 3DQWRQ resident Â Ed Â Dooley, Â owner Â of Â Waits-Â ÂżHOGÂśV 0DG 5LYHU 0HGLD Âł)HUULV-Â burgh: Â A Â Vermont Â Town Â With Â a Â His-Â toryâ€? Â traces Â the Â town Â from Â its Â days Â before Â European Â settlers Â arrived Â until Â its Â 250th Â birthday Â celebration Â a Â year Â ago. The Â hour-Âlong Â DVD Â will Â make Â 6HH)HUULVEXUJK3DJH39)
By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS CORNWALL Â â€” Â Susan Â M. Â Hackett, Â a Â Rutland Â County Â educa-Â tor Â and Â past Â principal Â of Â the Â Plym-Â outh Â and Â Sunderland Â elementary Â schools, Â has Â been Â named Â the Â new Â top Â administrator Â of Â Cornwallâ€™s Â Bingham Â Memorial Â School. â€œIâ€™m Â thrilled,â€? Â Hackett, Â 53, Â said Â in Â reaction Â to Â accepting Â the Â job, Â
extended Â to Â her Â by Â the Â Cornwall Â School Â Board Â Thursday Â evening Â after Â a Â thorough Â interview. â€œI Â think Â the Â school Â is Â a Â wonder-Â ful Â match Â for Â me.â€? The Â Cornwall Â Search Â Commit-Â tee Â received Â 28 Â applications Â for Â the Â job, Â soon Â to Â be Â vacated Â by Â cur-Â rent Â Principal Â Denise Â Goodnow, Â 6HH+DFNHWW3DJH24)
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Collision Â course MIDDLEBURY Â UNION Â HIGH Â School Â seniors Â Meghan Â Santry, Â left, Â and Â Lisel Â Peters-ÂdeCourval Â prepare Â to Â collide Â with Â Gabe Â Laberge Â and Â his Â overturned Â raft Â during Â the Â MUHS Â senior Â raft Â race Â on Â Lake Â Dunmore Â last Â Wednesday Â afternoon. Â See Â more Â photos Â on Â Page Â 2. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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,QYDVLYHĂ€\VSHFLHVWKUHDWHQVEHUU\FURS By Â XIAN Â CHIANG-ÂWAREN ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â Berry Â growers Â across Â New Â England Â are Â on Â high Â alert Â for Â a Â new Â invasive Â insect Â species Â this Â year. Â â€œWeâ€™ve Â been Â hearing Â all Â about Â it Â for Â the Â last Â few Â years,â€? Â said Â Jon Â Satz, Â whose Â Woodâ€™s Â Market Â Garden Â in Â Brandon Â sells Â berries, Â along Â with Â many Â other Â vegetables, Â herbs Â and Â Ă€RZHUV The Â spotted Â wing Â drosphila, Â a Â
smaller Â relative Â of Â the Â common Â IUXLWĂ€\KDVPXOWLSOLHGGUDPDWLFDOO\ DFURVV WKH FRXQWU\ LQ WKH SDVW ÂżYH years. Â First Â detected Â in Â California Â in Â 2008, Â it Â spread Â to Â the Â southeastern Â U.S. Â by Â the Â following Â year. Â It Â was Â ÂżUVWGHWHFWHGLQ1HZ(QJODQGLQODWH 2011 Â after Â Hurricane Â Irene, Â though Â it Â stayed Â in Â the Â southern Â regions. Â Blue-Â berries Â and Â raspberries Â are Â particu-Â larly Â vulnerable, Â according Â to Â UVM Â Extension Â berry Â specialist Â Vern Â
Grubinger. â€œWe Â know Â what Â the Â susceptible Â crops Â are Â based Â on Â experiences Â in Â other Â parts Â of Â the Â country,â€? Â he Â said. Â Last Â year, Â UVM Â researchers Â and Â local Â growers Â learned Â about Â the Â pest Â ÂżUVWKDQG â€œIn Â 2012, Â it Â was Â in Â most Â of Â New Â England,â€? Â he Â said. But Â the Â pestâ€™s Â reach Â into Â northern Â Vermont Â and Â the Â Champlain Â Valley Â last Â year Â was Â spotty. Â That Â was Â at Â
least Â partially Â because Â some Â of Â the Â crops Â that Â are Â most Â susceptible, Â like Â late-Âseason Â blueberries Â and Â fall Â rasp-Â berries, Â are Â not Â as Â common Â because Â of Â early Â frost. â€œI Â would Â say Â almost Â everyone Â who Â did Â fall Â raspberries Â got Â it, Â but Â raspberries Â are Â not Â a Â big Â part Â of Â your Â typical Â northern Â New Â England Â farm,â€? Â Grubinger Â said. Â Nonetheless, Â the Â Champlain Â Val-Â 6HH)UXLWĂ€\3DJH7)
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Water sports THE Â MIDDLEBURY Â UNION Â High Â School Â senior Â class Â held Â its Â annual Â raft Â race Â and Â family Â picnic Â at Â Branbury Â State Â Park Â on Â Lake Â Dunmore Â last Â Wednesday Â afternoon. Â The Â sun Â wasnâ€™t Â shining, Â but Â that Â didnâ€™t Â stop Â the Â students Â from Â having Â fun Â on Â the Â water. Â Pictured, Â clockwise Â from Â above, Â Trevor Â Emilo, Â left, Â Mitchell Â Clarke Â and Â Derek Â Bagley Â make Â a Â splash Â with Â their Â paddlewheel Â boat Â after Â colliding Â with Â another Â raft;Í¾ Â George Â Mulcahy, Â left, Â Colin Â Ryan Â and Â Christian Â Higgins Â power Â off Â the Â start Â line;Í¾ Â Marrott Â Weekes, Â left, Â and Â Micah Â Lynch Â approach Â WKH Â¿QLVK OLQH HYHQWXDO ZLQQHUV$UO\Q 6XQGHUODQG OHIW 0DWW .DQVN\7DPDUD9RONHUWDQG0RUJDQ*OHQQFRPSHWHLQDÂ¿UVW URXQGUDFH*DEH/DEHUJHOHIW+DLOH\5RXVHDQG9LFWRU)LÂ¿HOG Â¿QG WKHLU UK\WKP DQG %UH$QQD 0RUVH OHIW 7LIIDQ\ 'DQ\RZ and Â Bailey Â Mills Â head Â back Â to Â shore Â after Â capsizing. Independent Â photos/Trent Â Campbell
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Cornwall student serves up cookbook to help children in Africa By JOHN FLOWERS CORNWALL — When 9-year-old Sarah Holmes did some research on Africa earlier this year, she was as- tonished with some of the things she read. “I looked up a video on Africa that showed how kids there are not being treated as well as they are here,” she said. “There are sicknesses there that are preventable, but they don’t have enough money.” So Sarah, a 3rd-grade student at Cornwall’s Bingham Memorial School, brought the dilemma to her young classmates and teacher Janne Giles to see what they could do. Some brainstorming led to a logi- cal and tasty idea: Why not compile and sell a cookbook, a food-related vehicle to raise money for nour- ishment and medicine for African children who are ill and don’t have enough to eat? Sarah took the idea and ran with it. With a little help from her teacher and classmates, Sarah put together a letter this past March requesting reci- pes from Cornwall students in grades kindergarten-6. Her letter pointed out some alarm- ing statistics: An African child dies every minute from malaria;; one in four African children have never been to school;; and more than 300,000 children worldwide (mostly in Af- BINGHAM MEMORIAL SCHOOL third-grader Sarah Holmes displays the new cookbook that she put together to raise money for African children. ULFD DUHIRUFHGWR¿JKWLQZDUV The book includes recipes from her Cornwall classmates. (See Cookbook, Page 31) Independent photo/Trent Campbell
Free lunch available for area kids By XIAN CHIANG-WAREN to 12 locations and we would love to BRISTOL/VERGENNES — Lo- serve 400 kids a day. We have also cal schools will be out for the sum- extended our program one week — mer this week, but in community last year it just felt like too long a centers and summer time between the camp programs end of our pro- across the north- “Our program is set gram and the start ern half of Addison up to deliver meals. of school.” County, the Addison It’s what we do, we The lunches are Northeast Super- feed kids. If anyone available to any visory Union Food has a kid that needs child regardless of Co-op will be hard at family income. work providing free, to be fed, we try to Who pays for healthy lunches to feed them.” these hundreds of children for the third — Food Co-op Director free lunches? Not year running. Kathy Alexander Addison County “Last year we fed taxpayers (at least an average of 300 not directly). Alex- kids per day,” said ANeSU Food ander explained that the federal gov- Co-op Director Kathy Alexander. ernment will reimburse the ANeSU “This year we’ve expanded from 9 Food Co-op for all of the expenses
Retirement Card Shower for Marty Tewksbury Marty is retiring after 45 years of teaching at area schools including Salisbury Village & Ferrisburgh Central Schools. Cards may be sent to: PO Box 469 Randolph, VT 05060
because under the federal Summer Food Service Program, in districts where over 50 percent of students are signed up for free and reduced meals, the government guarantees every child in the district a lunch for every day that school is out. The trouble in some areas is that few organizations are set up to ad- minister summer food programs that have that kind of reach. In Addison County, the ANeSU Food Co-op is well situated to do so. “Our program is set up to deliver meals,” Alexander said. “It’s what we do, we feed kids. If anyone has a kid that needs to be fed, we try to feed them.” Because the summer program is zero-cost, it is not just limited to the (See Lunches, Page 29)
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Cap Â and Â gown Â and Â drums MIDDLEBURY Â UNION Â HIGH Â School Â senior Â Ryan Â Gyukeri Â drums Â with Â the Â schoolâ€™s Â marching Â band Â in Â his Â cap Â and Â gown Â during Â the Â annual Â senior Â class Â march Â up Â Court Â Street Â to Â their Â awards Â ceremony Â at Â the Â Memorial Â Sports Â Center Â last Â Friday. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
Letters to the Editor Time Â to Â lobby Â the Â Senate Â for Â a Â GMO Â labeling Â law Vermont Â has Â always Â been Â a Â leader, Â and Â now Â we Â have Â the Â op-Â portunity Â to Â do Â it Â again. Â Just Â a Â few Â months Â ago Â the Â Vermont Â house Â SDVVHGWKHÂ¿UVWHYHU*02JHQHWL-Â FDOO\PRGLÂ¿HGRUJDQLVPV ODEHOLQJ legislation Â in Â the Â country, Â and Â in Â another Â few Â short Â months, Â the Â same Â bill Â will Â work Â its Â way Â through Â the Â Vermont Â Senate, Â and Â with Â enough Â grassroots Â support, Â land Â on Â the Â governorâ€™s Â desk. I Â am Â proud Â that Â Vermont Â is Â tak-Â ing Â such Â a Â strong Â stand Â to Â protect Â consumers. Â We Â have Â a Â right Â to Â know Â
what Â is Â in Â the Â food Â our Â families Â DUHHDWLQJ(YHU\\HDUWKHVH*02 foods Â are Â becoming Â more Â prevalent Â in Â our Â grocery Â stores, Â and Â still Â there Â are Â no Â studies Â proving Â they Â are Â safe. Â There Â are Â studies, Â however, Â that Â prove Â they Â are Â not Â safe Â and Â tell Â the Â damage Â they Â cause. Â Your Â legisla-Â tors Â are Â now Â debating Â whether Â or Â not Â you Â have Â a Â right Â to Â know Â whatâ€™s Â in Â the Â food Â you Â eat Â and Â feed Â your Â families. Â You Â elected Â them, Â now Â tell Â WKHPZKDW\RXWKLQN*HW\RXUGLV-Â WULFWWDONLQJDERXW*02VDQG\RXU legislators Â will Â have Â to Â take Â notice.
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Some Â health Â care Â barriers Â remain
Vermont Â has Â taken Â the Â lead Â by Â ing Â the Â original Â medicine. Â EHFRPLQJ WKH ÂżUVW VWDWH WR UHOHDVH Fortunately Â for Â patients Â in Â Ver-Â proposed Â health Â plan Â rates Â through Â mont, Â some Â relief Â is Â on Â the Â way Â its Â insurance Â exchange, Â Vermont Â against Â these Â egregious Â practices. Â Health Â Connect. Â Providing Â ac-Â Your Â doctor Â is Â the Â person Â who Â cess Â to Â quality Â health Â care Â is Â criti-Â knows Â you Â the Â best. Â He Â or Â she Â cal Â for Â all Â Vermonters Â who Â need Â knows Â what Â your Â condition Â is, Â what Â medicines Â essential Â to Â combat Â life-Â your Â medical Â history Â is Â and, Â there-Â altering Â conditions. Â But Â while Â the Â fore, Â what Â the Â right Â medication Â is Â state Â health Â exchange Â for Â you. Â No Â one Â else Â seeks Â to Â provide Â uni-Â should Â have Â the Â au-Â versal Â coverage Â for Â all Â thority Â to Â tell Â you Â what Â residents, Â there Â remain Â treatments Â you Â should Â barriers Â to Â access Â for Â follow, Â especially Â thousands Â of Â patients Â someone Â who Â has Â nev-Â This Â weekâ€™s Â writer Â whose Â ailments Â are Â is Â Kelly Â Stoddard, Â er Â met Â you. Â often Â the Â most Â severe. Â director Â of Â govern-Â For Â people Â with Â can-Â The Â goal Â of Â â€œinsur-Â ment Â relations Â and Â cer Â or Â other Â chronic Â ance Â for Â everyoneâ€? Â is Â a Â advocacy Â in Â Vermont Â illnesses, Â the Â medi-Â good Â one, Â but Â the Â real-Â for Â the Â American Â cine Â their Â physician Â ity Â is Â for Â many Â patients Â Cancer Â Society Â Can-Â prescribes Â can Â be Â a Â it Â will Â come Â at Â a Â cost Â cer Â Action Â Network. lifeline. Â But Â currently, Â that Â will Â squeeze Â them Â insurers Â can Â make Â pa-Â even Â further Â in Â an Â al-Â tients Â fail Â on Â multiple Â ready Â tight Â economy. medications Â through Â step Â therapy. Â Barriers Â to Â access Â come Â in Â many Â That Â means Â more Â trips Â to Â the Â doctor, Â different Â forms. Â Cost Â shifting Â in Â a Â if Â those Â drugs Â fail Â to Â help Â you, Â more Â way Â that Â could Â negatively Â affect Â co-Âpays Â for Â all Â the Â prescriptions, Â patients Â is Â what Â weâ€™re Â seeing Â in Â the Â and Â more Â suffering Â for Â the Â patient. Â exchange, Â but Â there Â are Â many Â more Â For Â someone Â with Â cancer, Â time Â is Â roadblocks Â a Â patient Â could Â face. Â not Â on Â your Â side. Â Known Â as Â â€œstep Â therapy,â€? Â insur-Â Another Â trend Â by Â insurers Â is Â the Â ance Â companies Â â€” Â as Â a Â regular Â prac-Â requirement Â for Â a Â patient Â to Â take Â WLFHÂ˛UHTXLUHSDWLHQWVWRIDLOÂżUVWRQ a Â medication Â not Â approved Â by Â the Â a Â medication Â other Â than Â what Â their Â FDA Â for Â their Â condition, Â before Â the Â physician Â prescribed Â before Â cover-Â patient Â can Â receive Â a Â medication Â
originally Â prescribed Â by Â their Â phy-Â sician. Â Thatâ€™s Â not Â health Â care, Â and Â itâ€™s Â not Â safe. Â The Â use Â of Â step Â therapy Â is Â on Â the Â rise. Â According Â to Â the Â Phar-Â PDF\ %HQHÂżW 0DQDJHPHQW ,QVWL-Â tute, Â in Â 2012, Â about Â 65 Â percent Â of Â HPSOR\HUSODQVXVHGWKHVHIDLOÂżUVW requirements Â to Â control Â costs Â of Â pharmaceuticals, Â compared Â with Â 50 Â percent Â just Â two Â years Â earlier. Â But Â Vermont Â joined Â several Â other Â states Â this Â year Â in Â passing Â legislation Â to Â limit Â the Â step Â therapy Â a Â patient Â is Â required Â to Â go Â through. Â The Â legisla-Â WLRQVSRQVRUHGE\6HQ.HYLQ0XO-Â lin, Â will Â ensure Â patients Â have Â access Â to Â the Â medication Â their Â health Â care Â providers Â prescribe Â by Â limiting Â to Â one Â the Â number Â of Â times Â a Â patient Â has Â to Â fail Â on Â a Â different Â medicine Â than Â what Â was Â initially Â prescribed. Â The Â bill Â also Â ensures Â patients Â are Â not Â required Â to Â take Â a Â medication Â not Â approved Â by Â the Â FDA Â for Â their Â condition. Â :RUNLQJ DORQJVLGH 6HQ 0XO-Â lin, Â we Â owe Â our Â gratitude Â to Â Reps. Â 0LNH )LVKHU DQG *HRUJH 7LOO DQG Sens. Â Virginia Â Lyons Â and Â Tim Â Ashe Â for Â their Â help Â in Â shepherding Â these Â important Â protections Â for Â patients Â through Â the Â Legislature. Â This Â was Â the Â right Â thing Â to Â do Â for Â patients Â to Â HQVXUH WKHLU KHDOWK FRPHV ÂżUVW DQG to Â keep Â costs Â down. Â
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Letters to the Editor Children Â should Â get Â vaccines Â before Â entering Â school Though Â many Â children Â get Â their Â proper Â vaccines Â before Â they Â enter Â kindergarten, Â there Â are Â a Â few Â families Â that Â refuse Â due Â to Â fear Â or Â religious Â beliefs. Â This Â is Â not Â acceptable;Íž Â for Â if Â those Â families Â move Â elsewhere, Â an Â outbreak Â of Â the Â disease Â they Â werenâ€™t Â vacci-Â nated Â for Â could Â cause Â an Â epidemic. ,QWKHSHUFHQWRIIXOO\ vaccinated Â children Â in Â Vermont Â HQWHULQJNLQGHUJDUWHQZDV SHUFHQW7KHSHUFHQWOHIWPD\ not Â seem Â like Â a Â lot, Â but Â those Â children Â could Â be Â those Â that Â risk Â contamination Â in Â communities. Â The Â â€œherd Â effect,â€? Â or Â â€œherd Â immu-Â nity,â€? Â states Â that Â if Â 85-Â95 Â percent Â of Â the Â community Â is Â immunized, Â then Â it Â will Â protect Â the Â other Â 10-Â15 Â percent Â from Â illness. Â However, Â as Â seen Â in Â the Â 2012 Â statistic, Â Vermont Â VFKRROVDUHDWSHUFHQWZKLFK is Â at Â the Â bottom Â end Â of Â this Â range. Â This Â means Â we Â are Â nearing Â closer Â
to Â not Â being Â able Â to Â protect Â the Â community Â as Â a Â whole, Â so Â getting Â vaccinated Â is Â vital Â for Â the Â health Â of Â our Â community. Last Â year, Â a Â bill Â was Â debated Â on Â that Â proposed Â that Â all Â children Â en-Â tering Â kindergarten Â be Â vaccinated Â regardless Â of Â beliefs Â if Â the Â school Â they Â are Â entering Â has Â an Â immuni-Â ]DWLRQUDWHRIXQGHUSHUFHQW,W ZDVWXUQHGGRZQEXW,EHOLHYHWKDW this Â bill Â should Â have Â been Â put Â into Â effect. Â By Â not Â vaccinating Â your Â children, Â it Â is Â a Â danger Â to Â others Â around Â you. Â Kids Â with Â special Â needs Â that Â canâ€™t Â get Â vaccinations Â for Â medical Â reasons Â are Â endangered Â by Â unvaccinated Â children. Â This Â could Â cause Â death Â for Â not Â just Â your Â child Â who Â isnâ€™t Â vaccinated, Â but Â oth-Â ers Â around Â them. Yes, Â there Â is Â fear Â that Â children Â that Â get Â vaccinated Â are Â at Â risk Â of Â autism, Â fevers, Â pain, Â and Â multiple Â injections Â done Â in Â a Â short Â time Â
period. Â However, Â just Â last Â April, Â the Â Journal Â of Â Pediatrics Â per-Â formed Â a Â study, Â looking Â for Â evi-Â dence Â of Â a Â link Â between Â vaccines Â VSHFLÂżFDOO\005 DQGDXWLVP They Â found Â no Â evidence, Â and Â lead Â researcher Â Dr. Â Frank Â DeStafano Â assures Â parents Â and Â children Â that Â the Â vaccines Â are Â safe. Â There Â is Â also Â fear Â of Â getting Â a Â fever Â after Â the Â immunization. Â A Â fever Â after Â get-Â ting Â a Â vaccine Â is Â actually Â a Â good Â sign Â because Â it Â shows Â that Â your Â immune Â system Â is Â cooperating. Â These Â excuses Â are Â unrealistic Â and Â only Â spread Â fear Â of Â an Â actual Â good Â thing Â that Â us Â lucky Â Americans Â have Â available. So Â â€” Â those Â that Â are Â enrolling Â children Â in Â kindergarten Â this Â com-Â ing Â fall, Â do Â the Â right Â thing Â and Â get Â your Â children Â vaccinated Â and Â help Â protect Â our Â community. Hannah Â Jackman Bristol
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Paul LaDuke, 69, Burlington BURLINGTON Â â€” Â A Â graveside Â committal Â service Â and Â burial Â for Â Paul Â Kenneth Â LaDuke, Â 69, Â of Â Burlington, Â who Â died Â on Â Thursday, Â June Â 6, Â 2013, Â will Â be Â held Â Tuesday, Â June Â 11, Â 2013, Â at Â 2 Â p.m. Â in Â the Â family Â lot Â at Â Mountain Â View Â Cemetery Â in Â Orwell. Â The Â Rev. Â
Harry Forrest, 78, formerly of Brandon BRANDON/SUMTERVILLE, Â Fla. Â â€” Â Harry Â Leonard Â Forrest, Â 78, Â formerly Â of Â Brandon, Â died Â April Â 19, Â 2013, Â at Â Lane Â Purcell Â Hospice Â House Â in Â Sumterville, Â Fla. He Â was Â born Â in Â Weybridge Â on Â April Â 24, Â 1934. Â He Â was Â the Â son Â of Â Arthur Â and Â Verna Â (Phillips) Â Forrest. Â Following Â his Â high Â school Â gradua-Â tion Â he Â enlisted Â in Â the Â United Â States Â Air Â Force Â and Â served Â for Â 22 Â years. Â Following Â his Â honorable Â discharge Â he Â moved Â to Â Maine Â and Â joined Â the Â Limestone Â Police Â Department. Â He Â served Â many Â years Â in Â various Â capacities Â including, Â undercover Â agent Â work. Â He Â afterwards Â moved Â to Â Brandon Â where Â he Â worked Â at Â the Â Brandon Â Training Â School. After Â retiring Â he Â and Â his Â wife Â spent Â winters Â in Â Florida Â and Â summers Â in Â Vermont. Â He Â was Â a Â member Â of Â Brandon Â American Â Legion Â Post Â 55;Íž Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Masonic Â Lodge, Â where Â he Â served Â as Â Master Â of Â the Â Lodge;Íž Â and Â Cairo Â Shrine Â Temple Â serving Â as Â captain Â of Â the Â Cycle Â Corps. Â His Â he Â rode Â his Â Harley Â in Â parades Â with Â
the Â Shrine Â Cycle Â Corps. Â His Â rela-Â tives Â say Â he Â was Â an Â avid Â hunter Â and Â ÂżVKHUPDQ+HORYHGVSHQGLQJWLPH with Â family Â and Â friends Â at Â cook-Â outs Â and, Â they Â say, Â played Â a Â mean Â harmonica. Surviving Â are Â his Â wife, Â Barbara Â (Dubois) Â Forrest, Â whom Â he Â married Â June Â 24, Â 1984, Â in Â Las Â Vegas, Â BURLINGTON Â â€” Â Sudden Â summer Â Nev.;Íž Â three Â sons, Â David Â Forrest Â of Â rain Â storms Â can Â quickly Â change Â Brandon, Â Scott Â Forrest Â of Â Lincoln Â rivers, Â tributaries Â and Â popular Â swim-Â and Â Mike Â Forrest Â of Â California;Íž Â three Â ming Â holes Â in Â Vermont Â from Â safe, Â to Â stepdaughters, Â Sheryl Â Kimball Â of Â hazardous, Â to Â potentially Â fatal. Â Â With Â Bristol, Â Donna Â Forrest Â of Â Brandon Â hot Â summer Â weather Â and Â the Â record Â and Â Cathy Â Bird Â of Â Forest Â Dale;Íž Â two Â rainfall Â in Â May Â that Â has Â swollen Â water-Â brothers, Â Harold Â Forrest Â and Â Roger Â ZD\V DURXQG WKH VWDWH RIÂżFLDOV DUH Forrest, Â both Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â a Â sister, Â urging Â caution. Â Nearly Â 100 Â drown-Â Shirley Â Lamoureux Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â ing Â deaths Â have Â occurred Â in Â Vermont Â his Â former Â wife Â and Â the Â mother Â of Â between Â 1985 Â and Â 2012 Â in Â natural Â his Â children, Â Virginia Â Cornell Â of Â water Â settings Â such Â as Â lakes Â and Â rivers, Â Mechanicsville, Â N.Y.;Íž Â seven Â grand-Â including Â at Â six Â popular Â swimming Â HARRY Â FORREST children;Íž Â and Â nine Â great-Âgrandchil-Â holes: Â Â Â Huntington Â Gorge, Â Huntington Â dren. Â Several Â nieces, Â nephews Â and Â (more Â than Â 15 Â deaths);Íž Â Cobb Â Brook, Â cousins Â also Â survive Â him. Respecting Â his Â wishes Â there Â will Â Jamaica Â (12 Â deaths);Íž Â Bolton Â Potholes Â He Â was Â predeceased Â by Â a Â son, Â Jeff Â be Â no Â funeral Â service Â at Â this Â time. ÂżYH GHDWKV 'RJÂśV +HDG )DOOV Forrest;Íž Â a Â sister, Â Joyce Â Forrest;Íž Â and Â Memorial Â gifts Â may Â be Â made Â to Â Johnson;Íž Â Twin Â Falls, Â Saxons Â River;Íž Â two Â brothers, Â Walter Â and Â Robert Â Shriners Â Hospital, Â 516 Â Carew Â St., Â Hamilton Â Falls, Â Westminster;Íž Â and Â New Â Forrest. 6SULQJÂżHOG0$ Haven Â River, Â Bristol. â€œThereâ€™s Â always Â a Â risk Â of Â drowning Â while Â swimming, Â but Â if Â the Â water Â is Â high Â and Â fast Â these Â swimming Â holes Â are Â far Â from Â safe, Â and Â everyone Â should Â stay Â away Â under Â these Â conditions,â€? Â said Â Health Â Commissioner Â Harry Â Chen Â MD. Â â€œAs Â an Â emergency Â room Â May Â 29, Â 2013, Â at Â the Â Gosnell Â House Â in Â Those Â wishing Â to Â pay Â their Â respects Â SK\VLFLDQ,NQRZÂżUVWKDQGWKHWUDJHG\ Scarborough, Â Maine, Â will Â be Â held Â on Â to Â the Â family Â may Â do Â so, Â on Â Wednesday, Â of Â drowning, Â and Â in Â most Â cases Â these Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 2013, Â at Â Forest Â June Â 12, Â from Â 2-Â4 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â home Â of Â deaths Â are Â preventable. Â Swim Â holes Â are Â Dale Â Cemetery. Pike Â & Â Colleen Â Mitchell Â in Â Forest Â Dale. one Â of Â our Â cherished Â natural Â resources, Â
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Addison Â County Â Right Â to Â Life Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury. Â Monday, Â June Â 10, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Grace Â Baptist Â Church, Â Merchants Â Row. Â Visitors Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â2898 Â or Â L2Paquette@aol.com. Â Band Â concert Â rehearsal Â in Â Vergennes. Â Monday, Â June Â 10, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â VUHS Â band Â room. Â Instrumentalists Â of Â all Â ages Â are Â welcome Â to Â join Â the Â Vergennes Â City Â Band, Â which Â performs Â every Â Monday Â night, Â June Â 24-ÂAug. Â 19, Â in Â the Â Vergennes Â City Â Park. Â Last Â rehearsal Â on Â June Â 17. Â Info: Â 877-Â2938, Â ext. Â 218. Â Book Â club Â meeting Â in Â Bridport. Â Monday, Â June Â 10, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Carl Â Norton Â Highway Â Department Â conference Â room. Â Discussing Â â€œWinterâ€™s Â Boneâ€? Â by Â Daniel Â Woodrell Â and Â discussing Â recommen-Â dations Â for Â summer Â reading. Â Last Â meeting Â until Â fall. Â Info: Â 758-Â2858. Â
GED Â testing Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, 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 Foot Â care Â and Â blood Â pressure Â clinic Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Bristol Â American Â Legion. Â One Â of Â a Â series Â of Â free Â clinics Â for Â seniors Â offered Â by Â Addison Â County Â Home Â Health Â and Â Hospice. Â Bring Â your Â own Â basin Â and Â towel. Â Info: Â 388-Â7259. Â Addison Â County Â Retired Â Teachers Â meeting Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Rokeby Â Museum. Â Take Â a Â tour Â of Â the Â Robinson Â house Â and Â see Â the Â exhibit Â in Â the Â new Â building. Â Cost Â $9. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â American Â Legion. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â senior Â meal Â of Â beef Â steak Â with Â cheddar, Â homefries, Â broccoli Â salad, Â dinner Â roll Â and Â chocolate Â chip Â birthday Â cake. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4 Â Bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â 642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 610. Â Transportation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Gallery Â talk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â noon-Â1 Â p.m., Â Henry Â Sheldon Â Museum. Â Bill Â Brooks, Â executive Â director Â of Â the Â Sheldon, Â will Â lead Â a Â gallery Â talk Â in Â conjunction Â with Â the Â muse-Â umâ€™s Â current Â exhibit, Â â€œFrom Â Dairy Â to Â Doorstep: Â Milk Â Delivery Â in Â New Â England.â€? Â Museum Â admis-Â sion Â for Â nonmembers, Â free Â to Â members. Â Info: Â 388-Â2117 Â or Â www.henrysheldonmuseum.org. Â Senior Â night Â meal Â and Â silent Â auction Â in Â Bridport. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 4:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â
Bridport Â Grange. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â an Â evening Â meal Â of Â roast Â chicken, Â potato Â salad, Â peas Â and Â maple Â bread Â pudding. Â Silent Â auction Â and Â teacup Â auction Â as Â well. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 615. Â Historical Â society Â meeting Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â New Â Haven Â Congregational Â Church. Â The Â New Â Haven Â Historical Â Society Â will Â meet. Â Guest Â speaker Â Charles Â Palmer Â will Â talk Â about Â his Â birdhouses. Â Refreshments Â follow. Â Info: Â 989-Â4066. Â Poetry Â reading Â in Â Salisbury. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 12, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Salisbury Â Free Â Public Â Library. Â Come Â share Â your Â favorite Â published Â poems Â with Â other Â poetry Â lovers. Â
Monthly Â wildlife Â walk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, 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 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 and Â longer Â routes Â possible. Â Come Â for Â all Â or Â part Â of Â the Â walk. Â Beginning Â birders Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â1007 Â or Â 388-Â6829. Â Foot Â care Â and Â blood Â pressure Â clinic Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â The Â Commons. Â One Â of Â a Â series Â of Â free Â clinics Â for Â seniors Â offered Â by Â Addison Â County Â Home Â Health Â and Â Hospice. Â Bring Â your Â own Â basin Â and Â towel. Â Info: Â 388-Â7259. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â Masonic Â Hall. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â favorite Â meal. Â Homemade Â soup, Â broccoli Â salad, Â chefâ€™s Â salad Â garnished Â with Â shrimp, Â homemade Â bread Â and Â strawberry Â shortcake. Â Suggested Â dona-Â tion Â $3. Â Reservations Â required: Â 453-Â3451. Â Transportation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â National Â Theatreâ€™s Â â€œThe Â Audienceâ€? Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, Â 2-Â4 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Helen Â Mirren Â stars Â as Â Queen Â Elizabeth Â in Â this Â live Â broadcast Â from Â Londonâ€™s Â Gielgud Â Theatre. Â Tickets Â $17, Â $10 Â students, Â DYDLODEOH DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU www.townhalltheater.org. Â Young Â Professionals Â gathering Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, Â 5:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â Part Â of Â the Â Better Â Middlebury Â Partnershipâ€™s Â new Â series Â of Â social Â gather-Â ings Â for Â individuals Â in Â their Â 20s Â and Â 30s Â in Â the Â greater Â Middlebury Â area Â to Â share Â ideas Â and Â connect Â with Â each Â other. Â Appetizers Â provided; Â cash Â bar. Classic Â Movie Â Night Â in Â Shoreham. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library. Â Enjoy Â a Â classic Â movie, Â popcorn Â and Â the Â cool Â air Â condi-Â tioning Â of Â the Â library. Â Info: Â 897-Â2647. Â National Â Theatreâ€™s Â â€œThe Â Audienceâ€? Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 13, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Helen Â Mirren Â stars Â as Â Queen Â Elizabeth Â in Â this Â broadcast Â from Â Londonâ€™s Â Gielgud Â Theatre. Â Tickets Â $17, Â $10 Â students, Â DYDLODEOH DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU www.townhalltheater.org. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â and Â bingo Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Russ Â Sholes Â Senior Â Center. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â bingo, Â starting Â at Â 11 Â a.m., Â followed Â by Â a Â lunch Â of Â roast Â pork Â cutlet Â with Â white Â cider Â sauce, Â mashed Â potatoes, Â garden Â peas Â and Â mushrooms, Â dinner Â roll Â and Â Fatherâ€™s Â Day Â cake. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â
7LPHWUDYHO YOUNG Â MUSEUMGOERS Â DRESS Â up Â in Â period Â cos-Â tume Â at Â a Â past Â Family Â Fun Â Day Â at Â the Â Sheldon Â Museum Â in Â Middlebury. Â This Â yearâ€™s Â event Â â€” Â with Â kidsâ€™ Â history Â activities Â and Â games, Â live Â music, Â a Â bake Â sale Â and Â more Â â€” Â is Â on Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â from Â 10 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m. Photo Â by Â Anne Â Campbel
%UDVVEHQHÂżW 7+(6281',1*%5$66HQVHPEOHZLOOSHUIRUPDEHQHÂżWFRQFHUWDWSPRQ)ULGD\ June Â 14, Â in Â the Â 1851 Â Union Â Church Â in Â New Â Haven Â Mills. Â Proceeds Â from Â the Â concert Â sup-Â port Â restoration Â of Â the Â historic Â church. required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 634. Â Free Â trans-Â portation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, 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 featur-Â ing Â Chef Â Doug Â Mackâ€™s Â talents. Â Marinated Â vegetable Â salad, Â chicken Â and Â broccoli Â quiche Â with Â coleslaw, Â roll, Â and Â strawberry Â shortcake. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Â â€œMust Â Be Â the Â Milkâ€? Â truck Â visit Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 4-Â7 Â p.m., Â Sheldon Â Museum. Â In Â celebration Â of Â Dairy Â Weekend Â at Â the Â Sheldon Â Museum, Â the Â New Â England Â Dairy Â Promotion Â Boardâ€™s Â educational Â truck Â will Â be Â at Â the Â museum Â to Â offer Â dairy Â samples Â and Â interactive Â activities. Â Info: Â 388-Â2117. Â Arts Â Walk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, 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 music, Â food Â and Â fun. Â See Â monthly Â Ă€LHUDWZZZPLGGOHEXU\DUWVZDONFRP Exhibit Â opening Â reception Â in Â Brandon. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Compass Â Music Â and Â Arts Â &HQWHU -RQHV 'ULYH 7KH ÂżUVW H[KLELW opening Â of Â the Â new Â Compass Â Music Â and Â Arts Â Center. Â â€œBreaking Â the Â Iceâ€? Â features Â the Â work Â of Â abstract Â expressionist Â Roger Â Book. Â The Â center Â will Â host Â exhibits, Â performances, Â programs, Â workshops Â and Â more. Â Info: Â www.cmacvt.org Â or Â 802-Â247-Â4295. Â Exhibit Â opening Â reception Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Edgewater Â Gallery. Â Celebrating Â the Â opening Â of Â â€œAnne Â Cady: Â Twenty Â Years,â€? Â a Â solo Â exhibit Â of Â 20 Â of Â Cadyâ€™s Â new, Â vibrantly Â colored Â oil Â paintings. Â On Â exhibit Â through Â June. Â Info: Â 802-Â458-Â0098 Â or Â www. edgewatergallery-Âvt.com. Â Artist Â demonstration Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 5:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Deborah Â Sharpe-Â Lunstead Â Papermaking Â Studio, Â 37 Â Washington Â 6W VHFRQG Ă€RRU 9LVLW D ZRUNLQJ DUWLVW VWXGLR Come Â make Â a Â sheet Â of Â paper Â and Â see Â how Â Deborah Â Sharpe-ÂLunstead Â turns Â pigmented Â paper Â pulp Â into Â a Â landscape Â painting. Â Free Â community Â concert Â in Â Monkton. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Monkton Â Rec Â Field, Â Hollow Â Road. Â Helen Â Weston Â and Â the Â Bessette Â Quartet Â and Â special Â guest Â Pete Â Sutherland Â play Â good Â time Â swing, Â blues Â and Â rock. Â Pack Â a Â picnic Â or Â get Â a Â burger Â or Â hot Â dog Â and Â beverage Â from Â the Â concession Â stand. Â History Â of Â dairy Â lecture Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Sheldon Â Museum. Â Former Â Vermont Â Secretary Â of Â Agriculture Â will Â speak. Â Offered Â in Â conjunction Â with Â the Â Sheldonâ€™s Â current Â exhibit, Â â€œFrom Â Dairy Â to Â Doorstep: Â Milk Â Delivery Â in Â New Â England.â€? Â Info: Â 388-Â2117. Â Brass Â band Â concert Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â New Â Haven Â Mills Â Church. Â Ken Â Westonâ€™s Â Sounding Â Brass Â will Â perform. Â $GPLVVLRQ WR EHQHÂżW UHVWRUDWLRQ RI WKH church. Â Additional Â donations Â welcome. Â Info: Â (802) Â 767-Â3231. Â 9HUPRQW&RPHG\'LYDVEHQHÂżWLQ0LGGOHEXU\ Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â The Â Divas, Â the Â countryâ€™s Â only Â all-Âfemale Â touring Â
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Annual Â church Â porch/basement Â sale Â in Â Bristol. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 8 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â Federated Â Church. Â Âł(YHU\WKLQJ XQGHU WKH VXQÂ´7R EHQHÂżW FKXUFK missions. Â Info: Â 453-Â2420. Â $QQXDO Ă€HD PDUNHW LQ 6RXWK 6WDUNVERUR Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 8 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m., Â Jerusalem Â Schoolhouse, Â Route Â 17, Â behind Â Jerusalem Â Corners Â Store. Â Clothing, Â housewares, Â tools, Â sporting Â equipment, Â books, Â kidsâ€™ Â toys Â and Â more. Â Proceeds Â will Â be Â used Â for Â maintenance Â and Â renovations Â to Â the Â schoolhouse. Â Info: Â 453-Â4573. Â Can Â and Â bottle Â drive Â in Â Leicester. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 8 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Leicester Â Town Â Shed. Â To Â support Â Leicester Â Central Â Schoolâ€™s Â Summer Â Alive! Â summer Â camp. Â â€œLetâ€™s Â Go Â Birdingâ€? Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 9-Â11 Â a.m., Â Wright Â Park, Â Seymour Â St. Â Ext. Â A Â guided Â walk Â for Â beginning Â birders Â of Â all Â ages Â along Â the Â Quest Â Trail, Â a Â spur Â off Â the Â Trail Â Around Â Middlebury. Â Bring Â binoculars Â or Â borrow Â ours. Â Family-Âfriendly, Â but Â not Â for Â stroll-Â ers. Â A Â MALT/OCAS Â event. Â Weather Â questions? Â 989-Â7115. Â Book Â and Â plant Â sale Â in Â Shoreham. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library. Â Hundreds Â of Â titles, Â paperbacks, Â hardcovers, Â SRSXODUÂżFWLRQNLGVÂśERRNVDQGPRUH$QQXDOV DQG SHUHQQLDOV IRU VDOH WR EHQHÂżW WKH OLEUDU\ Info: Â 897-Â2647. Â Museum Â family Â fun Â day Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m., Â Sheldon Â Museum. Â Children Â are Â invited Â to Â play Â old-Â fashioned Â games, Â learn Â to Â sew Â a Â patchwork Â quilt Â block, Â enter Â the Â jump Â rope Â contest Â and Â enjoy Â a Â puppet Â show, Â plus Â dress Â in Â 18th-Â Â and Â 19th-Âcentury Â clothes, Â write Â on Â slates, Â and Â try Â the Â trundle Â bed. Â Live Â music. Â Bake Â sale. Â Free Â with Â museum Â admission. Â Info: Â 388-Â2117. Â Historical Â crafts Â and Â skills Â demonstrations Â in Â Addison. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 1:30-Â3:30 Â p.m., Â Chimney Â Point Â State Â Historic Â Site. Â Site Â inter-Â preter Â Karl Â Crannell Â presents Â â€œBlast Â From Â the Â Past: Â How Â They Â Made Â It Â in Â New Â France,â€? Â a Â hands-Âon Â demonstration Â of Â the Â crafts Â and Â skills Â practiced Â by Â those Â living Â her Â on Â the Â frontier Â of Â New Â France. Â Wood Â crafts, Â tailoring Â and Â more. Â Call Â for Â details: Â 759-Â2412. Â Church Â dinner Â in Â Forest Â Dale. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 5-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â St. Â Thomas Â & Â Grace Â Episcopal Â Church, Â VT Â Route Â 73. Â Annual Â ham Â dinner Â with Â strawberry Â shortcake. Â Good Â will Â offering Â at Â the Â door. Â All Â proceeds Â go Â to Â outreach. Â Free Â community Â supper Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 5-Â6 Â p.m., Â Crossroads Â
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communitycalendar Chapel, Â Route Â 7. Â Summer Â barbecue. Â All Â are Â welcome. Â â€œSip Â Into Â Summerâ€? Â fundraiser Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Peak Â Vineyard. Â Lincoln Â Peak Â wines Â paired Â with Â top Â local Â chefs. Â Live Â food Â demo, Â silent Â art Â auction, Â OLYHPXVLFRQWKHGHFN7REHQHÂżW2WWHU&UHHN Child Â Center. Â Tickets Â $30 Â each, Â $50 Â couples, Â $25 Â seniors. Â Info: Â 388-Â9688. Â Ferrisburgh Â documentary Â screening Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Ferrisburgh Â Town Â Hall/Community Â Center, Â Route Â 7. Â The Â Ferrisburgh Â Historical Â Society Â and Â Mad Â River Â Media Â have Â completed Â a Â one-Âhour Â documentary Â about Â the Â history Â of Â Ferrisburgh. Â Refreshments Â served. Â DVDs Â available Â for Â purchase. Â Silent Â movie Â screening Â in Â Brandon. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Town Â Hall Â and Â Community Â Center, Â Route Â 7. Â â€œThe Â Best Â of Â Charlie Â Chaplin,â€? Â a Â collection Â of Â comedy Â short Â ÂżOPV WKDW WUDFH &KDSOLQÂśV ULVH IURP XQNQRZQ comedian Â to Â the Â most Â popular Â star Â of Â early Â cinema. Â Accompanied Â by Â live Â music Â by Â Jeff Â Rapsis. Â Free, Â but Â donations Â to Â the Â town Â hall Â restoration Â fund Â appreciated. Â Info: Â www.bran-Â dontownhall.org. Â Guitarist Â Don Â Ross Â in Â concert Â in Â Vergennes. Â 6DWXUGD\-XQHSP9HUJHQQHV2SHUD House. Â Two-Âtime Â winner Â of Â the Â U.S. Â National Â Fingerstyle Â Guitar Â Competition Â performs. Â 2SHQLQJ IRU KLP DUH 7UHYRU *RUGRQ +DOO DQG 9HUJHQQHVÂśRZQ0DWWHR3DOPHU7LFNHWVLQ advance, Â $25 Â at Â the Â door. Â Info: Â www.vergenne-Â soperahouse.org Â or Â 877-Â6737. Â Viola Â concert Â with Â piano Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â London-Âborn Â international Â award-Â winning Â viola Â and Â violin Â player Â Helena Â Baillie Â performs Â with Â pianist Â Tanya Â Gabrielian. Â Tickets Â $15, Â available Â at Â 382-Â9222, Â www.townhallthe-Â DWHURUJRUWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFH
Chicken Â barbecue Â in Â Lincoln. Â Sunday, Â June Â 16, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â2:30 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Fire Â Station, Â 34 Â Gove Â Hill Â 5RDG )DWKHUÂśV 'D\ IXQGUDLVHU IRU WKH /LQFROQ Volunteer Â Fire Â Company. Â Adults Â $10, Â children Â $5. Â BBQ Â goes Â until Â the Â food Â is Â gone. Â Antiques Â evaluations Â in Â Bridport. Â Sunday, Â June Â 16, Â noon-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Bridport Â town Â green. Â The Â Bridport Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â Joan Â Korda Â and Â Howard Â Graff Â to Â evaluate Â antiques Â GXULQJ WKH ÂżUHPHQÂśV %%4 0DJJLH 1RFFD ZLOO have Â autographed Â copies Â of Â her Â new Â book, Â Âł7KH5HG%ULFN3DQWU\Â´IRU3URÂżWVEHQHÂżW the Â historical Â society. Â Garden Â tour Â and Â talk Â in Â Lincoln. Â Sunday, Â June Â 16, Â 2-Â4 Â p.m., Â at Â the Â home Â of Â Suzanne Â Allen. Â Ed Â Burke Â of Â Rocky Â Dale Â Gardens Â will Â give Â a Â talk Â titled Â â€œColor: Â The Â International Â Language Â RI )ORZHUVÂ´ 7RXUV RI $OOHQÂśV PHDGRZ DQG woodland Â gardens. Â Tea Â and Â light Â refreshments. Â )XQGUDLVHU IRU WKH 2QH :RUOG /LEUDU\ 3URMHFW Tickets Â $25, Â available Â at Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library Â in Â Bristol Â or Â by Â calling Â 453-Â4147. Â Rain Â GDWH -XQH JR WR RQHZRUOGOLEUDU\SURMHFW org Â after Â 9 Â a.m. Â on Â the Â 16th Â if Â the Â weather Â is Â questionable. Â Tricky Â Britches Â in Â concert Â in Â Brandon. Â Sunday, Â -XQH SP %UDQGRQ 0XVLF 2OGWLPH country Â music Â with Â a Â bluegrass Â kick Â and Â the Â VSLULW RI D VWUHHWFRUQHU MXJ EDQG $GPLVVLRQ $15. Â Info: Â (802) Â 465-Â4071 Â or Â info@brandon-Â music.net. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. Â Monday, Â June Â 17, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Â12:30 Â p.m., Â Cubbers Â Restaurant. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â monthly Â event Â for Â down-Âhome Â cooking Â and Â friendly Â service. Â Menu Â TBA. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Â Summer Â Reading Â Program Â kickoff Â in Â Middlebury. Â Monday, Â June Â 17, Â 5-Â5:45 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library Â front Â lawn. Â Kids Â can Â sign Â up Â for Â summer Â reading. Â Teen Â musician Â Hollis Â Long Â will Â entertain. Â Rain Â site: Â Young Â Adult Â Room. Â Info: Â
materials. Â Hands-Âon Â workshop Â for Â kids Â capable Â of Â using Â hand Â tools. Â Space Â is Â limited; Â advance Â registration Â required Â starting Â June Â 1 Â at Â www. ilsleypubliclibrary.org/kids Â or Â in Â person. Â Info: Â 388-Â4097. Â Percy Â Jackson Â & Â the Â Library Â Olympians Â for Â teens Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 20, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Teens Â in Â grades Â 7-Â12 Â are Â LQYLWHGWRHQMR\DQDIWHUQRRQRIOLYHUROHSOD\LQJ inspired Â by Â the Â books Â by Â Rick Â Riordan. Â Hosted Â E\,OVOH\ÂśV9ROXQ7HHQV,QIR Concert Â band Â open Â rehearsal Â in Â Orwell. Â 7KXUVGD\-XQHSP2UZHOO9LOODJH School Â band Â room. Â Musicians Â of Â all Â ages, Â DELOLWLHV DQG LQVWUXPHQWV DUH LQYLWHG WR MRLQ LQ :HHNO\ FRQFHUWV ZLOO WDNH SODFH -XO\ $XJ RQWKH2UZHOOYLOODJHJUHHQ,QIRZZZIDFH-Â ERRNFRP2UZHOO7RZQ%DQG Growing Â a Â storytelling Â movement Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 20, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Join Â storytelling Â expert Â Barbara Â Ganley Â for Â a Â conversation Â about Â ways Â to Â engage Â the Â community Â by Â bringing Â storytelling Â to Â existing Â community Â groups Â and Â events, Â embedding Â story Â within Â the Â physical Â environment Â and Â exploring Â new Â forms Â of Â storytelling, Â including Â digital Â storytelling. Â Hosted Â by Â Storymatters: Â email@example.com Â or Â 388-Â8410. Â Historical Â society Â meeting Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â -XQH SP +RZGHQ +DOO :HVW 6W The Â Bristol Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â Georg Â Papp Â Sr., Â a Â genuine Â outhouse Â builder, Â to Â give Â a Â presentation Â on Â the Â craft Â of Â building Â â€œthe Â best Â outhouses, Â backhouses Â and Â privies Â this Â side Â of Â the Â 19th Â century.â€? Â Refreshments Â follow. Â
Fiddle Â me Â this OLD-ÂTIME Â COUNTRY Â BAND Â Tricky Â Britches Â â€” Â which Â the Â Portland Â Phoenix Â praises Â IRULWVÂłWKUHHSDUWKDUPRQLHVÂżUHEUHDWKLQJÂżGGOHDQGPDQGROLQOLFNVDQGWKHWKXPS thump Â to Â the Â gut Â of Â a Â stand-Âup Â bassâ€? Â â€” Â brings Â jug-Âband Â spirit Â to Â Brandon Â Music Â on Â Sunday, Â June Â 15, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. 388-Â4097. Â Band Â concert Â rehearsal Â in Â Vergennes. Â Monday, Â June Â 17, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â VUHS Â band Â room. Â Instrumentalists Â of Â all Â ages Â are Â welcome Â to Â MRLQWKH9HUJHQQHV&LW\%DQGZKLFKSHUIRUPV every Â Monday Â night, Â June Â 24-ÂAug. Â 19, Â in Â the Â Vergennes Â City Â Park. Â Info: Â 877-Â2938, Â ext. Â 218. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â and Â entertain-Â ment Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â June Â 18, Â 10:30 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Russ Â Sholes Â 6HQLRU &HQWHU /LYH PXVLF E\ WKH 6QRZĂ€DNH Brass Â Band, Â starting Â at Â 11 Â a.m., Â followed Â by Â a Â lunch Â of Â chicken Â cordon Â bleu, Â mesclun Â salad, Â oven-Âbrowned Â potatoes, Â whole Â wheat Â dinner Â roll, Â and Â seasonal Â mixed Â berry Â crisp. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â required Â by Â June Â 14: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 634. Â Free Â transportation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Youth Â media Â lab Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â June Â 18, Â 3-Â4:30 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Kids Â enter-Â LQJJUDGHVDQGXSDUHLQYLWHGWRMRLQOLEUDU\ and Â MCTV Â staff Â to Â make Â movies Â and Â learn Â DERXW WHFKQRORJ\ XVLQJ 0&79ÂśV VWDWHRIWKH art Â media Â stations. Â Tuesdays Â through Â Aug. Â 6. Â Drop-Âin. Â Info: Â 388-Â4097. Â Tai Â Chi Â for Â Seniors Â class Â in Â East Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â June Â 18, Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Valley Â Bible Â &KXUFK 7KH ÂżUVW LQ DQ ZHHN VHULHV RI IUHH beginning Â tai Â chi Â classes Â meeting Â Tuesdays Â DQG 7KXUVGD\V WKURXJK $XJ 2XWGRRUV weather Â permitting. Â Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â for Â people Â age Â 50 Â or Â older Â FDQ KHOS LPSURYH EDODQFH Ă€H[LELOLW\ DQG muscle Â strength. Â Register Â at Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 1017. Â Milk Â & Â Honey Â Quiltersâ€™ Â Guild Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â June Â 18, Â 6-Â9 Â p.m., Â American Â Legion. Â Potluck Â dinner Â at Â 6, Â meeting Â a Â 7. Â The Â 2013-Â2014 Â Program Â Committee Â will Â present Â the Â program Â for Â the Â next Â year. Â Chinese Â auction. Â Show Â and Â tell Â as Â always. Â RSVP Â with Â
your Â potluck Â selection Â to Â Mary Â Alice Â Rath Â at Â 388-Â7347 Â by Â Friday, Â June Â 14. Â
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Foot Â care Â and Â blood Â pres-Â sure Â clinic Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 21, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Russ Â Sholes Â 6HQLRU &HQWHU 2QH RI D VHULHV RI IUHH FOLQLFV for Â seniors Â offered Â by Â Addison Â County Â Home Â Health Â and Â Hospice. Â Bring Â your Â own Â basin Â and Â towel. Â Info: Â 388-Â7259. Â Genealogy Â database Â lesson Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 21, Â 1:30-Â3 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â LIbrary Â reference Â room. Â Learn Â how Â to Â use Â the Â Ancestry Â Library Â Edition Â database Â to Â explore Â your Â family Â history. Â Bring Â names Â of Â a Â few Â people Â you Â would Â like Â to Â know Â more Â about Â (including Â one Â or Â two Â who Â might Â be Â in Â the Â 1940 Â U.S. Â Census). Â Space Â is Â limited. Â Register Â at Â the Â circulation Â desk Â or Â call Â 388-Â4095. Â %HQHÂżW GLQQHU LQ 2UZHOO Â Friday, Â June Â 21, Â 5-Â9 Â SP2UZHOOÂżUHKRXVH0DLQ6W7KH2UZHOO )LUH'HSDUWPHQWLVKROGLQJDGLQQHUWREHQHÂżW ORQJWLPHÂżUHÂżJKWHUDQG(07%RE/DGXFZKR has Â fallen Â ill. Â Spaghetti Â with Â sauce Â (with Â meat, Â meatless Â or Â Alfredo), Â rolls Â and Â salad. Â Cost Â $8 Â adults, Â $4 Â for Â children Â 12 Â and Â younger. Â Info: Â 948-Â2095. Â Strumstick Â gathering Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â June Â 21, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Recycled Â Reading Â of Â Vermont, Â 25A Â Main Â St. Â All Â are Â invited Â to Â come Â for Â a Â great Â evening Â of Â playing, Â learning Â and Â sharing Â this Â awesome Â instrument. Â Strumsticks Â available. Â Drop Â in Â any Â time Â between Â 6 Â and Â 8 Â p.m.
LIVEMUSIC David Â Bain Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â The Â Benoits Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â Michele Â Fay Â and Â Tom Â Price Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Recycled Â Reading Â of Â Vermont Â Hollis Â Long Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Nick Â Marshall Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â 9-Â10 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Ten Â Rod Â Road Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â June Â 15, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â Geoffrey Â DeMarsh Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 21, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â See Â a Â full Â listing Â of Â
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Dining and Entertainment VERMONT Â COMEDY Â DIVAS
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Cosmic Forecast For the week of June 10
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Arts Â Beat (Continued Â from Â Page Â 10) don Â Times Â called Â her Â â€œa Â pianist Â of Â powerful Â physical Â and Â imaginative Â muscle.â€? Their Â ambitious Â program Â in-Â cludes Â Lukas Â Fossâ€™ Â Capriccio, Â tran-Â scribed Â for Â viola Â from Â the Â original Â for Â cello, Â by Â Helena Â Baillie;Íž Â Robert Â Schumannâ€™s Â Sonata Â in Â A Â minor Â for Â Violin Â and Â Piano;Íž Â Suite Â Italienne Â from Â Pulcinella Â by Â Igor Â Stravin-Â sky, Â transcribed Â by Â Dushkin/Silver-Â thorne;Íž Â Antonin Â Dvorakâ€™s Â Romance Â Op.11 Â for Â Violin Â and Â Piano;Íž Â and Â Si-Â cilienne, Â from Â the Â Flute Â Sonata Â No. Â 2, Â 1031, Â by Â J.S. Â Bach. Tickets Â are Â $17 Â and Â may Â be Â pur-Â chased Â at Â 382-Â9222, Â townhalltheater. RUJ DW WKH 7+7 %R[ 2IÂżFH 0RQ-Â day-ÂSaturday, Â noon Â to Â 5 Â p.m.) Â or Â at Â the Â door. DON Â ROSS Â AT Â VOH Acoustic Â guitar Â virtuoso Â Don Â Ross Â will Â perform Â at Â the Â Vergennes Â Opera Â House Â on Â Saturday, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â Open-Â ing Â for Â him Â will Â be Â Trevor Â Gordon Â Hall, Â an Â acoustic Â instrumentalist Â from Â Philadelphia. Â Vergennesâ€™ Â own Â 0DWWHR3DOPHUZLOOVWDUWRIIWKHHYH-Â ning Â with Â a Â small Â set Â of Â his Â own. In Â 1988, Â Ross Â won Â the Â U.S. Â Na-Â tional Â Fingerstyle Â Guitar Â Competi-Â tion. Â He Â won Â the Â Fingerstyle Â com-Â petition Â for Â a Â second Â time Â in Â 1996. Â To Â this Â day, Â he Â is Â still Â the Â only Â player Â to Â have Â won Â the Â competition Â twice. Â +H LV DOVR RQ &%& 0XVLFÂśV OLVW RI the Â â€œ25 Â Greatest Â Canadian Â Guitar-Â ists, Â Ever.â€? Ross Â has Â recorded Â and Â released Â over Â 12 Â albums Â and Â toured Â regularly Â since Â 1989, Â across Â Canada, Â the Â USA, Â a Â dozen Â European Â countries, Â Japan, Â Taiwan, Â China, Â Australia, Â Russia Â and Â India. Â He Â has Â played Â with Â symphony Â orchestras Â in Â Canada Â and Â Germany, Â and Â collaborated Â live Â and Â on Â record-Â LQJ ZLWK $QG\ 0F.HH &DQDGLDQ
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Beat (Continued from Page 11) Tricky Britches is a group of young musicians who will put a swing in your step as soon as you hear them. They play old-time coun- try music with a bluegrass kick and the spirit of a street-corner jug band. Members of the band are Jed Bre- sette, Seth Doyle, Tyler Lienhardt and Ryan Wilkinson. Each plays a variety of instruments with honed skill. General admission is $15 with the pre-concert dinner available for just $15. Reservations are encouraged. Venue is BYOB. Call 465-4071 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations or information. Bran- don Music is located at 62 Country Club Road in Brandon. LIVE MUSIC AT 51 MAIN There will be three musical events this week at Middlebury’s 51 Main. At 5 p.m. on Friday, David Bain will perform. Bain is a lifelong musician whose solo piano and singing draws from all aspects of American roots music, from Fats Waller to Muddy Waters to Ray Charles to Louis Jordan to Randy Newman to Jerry Lee Lewis. Then, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday Hol- lis Long takes to the stage. Long is a 14-year-old honors high school sophomore, singer/songwriter, and actress from West Hartford, Conn. Her lyrics and vocals are rich, soul- ful and evocative with a maturity well beyond her years, speaking to audiences both young and old. Finally, at 9 p.m. on Friday, Nick Marshall will perform. A Middle- bury native and local favorite, Mar- shall plays acoustic rock with under- tones of folk, grunge and pop. All ages, no cover. For additional information visit www.go51main. com or phone 388-8209. JOAN CURTIS EXHIBIT This summer, Brandon Music
showcases paintings by local artist Joan Curtis in an exhibit titled “At One with Nature: New and Revis- ited.” In describing the show, the artist speaks of wanting to extend an earlier theme: imagining (on a visionary level) that human beings could learn to co-exist with earthly climate changes and increasingly dramatic weather events. In a new series of paintings, titled “Peaceable Kingdom,” that opens on Friday, Curtis depicts us — again in a fantasy vision — living at peace with the animal world and with wild creatures in danger of losing tradi- tional habitats. The exhibit runs through Sept. 2. Brandon Music is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily (except Tuesdays), with their café serving lunch and af- ternoon tea from noon to 5:30 p.m. Call 465-4071 for more information, or visit brandon-music.net. THE SOUNDING BRASS As part of the Music at the Mills Concert Series, The Sounding Brass HQVHPEOH ZLOO SHUIRUP D EHQH¿W concert at 7 p.m. on Friday in the historic 1851 Union Church in New Haven Mills. The ensemble, varying from four to nine members, performs an eclectic variety of musical pieces, including light classical, popular standards and early 20th-century tunes originally composed for min- strels and the vaudeville stage. In many cases, the band has adapted arrangements intended for larger groups, and it also performs pieces that have been re-written from orig- inal piano works. The Sounding Brass musicians are drawn from all parts of Addison County and they perform in part or together in various other local groups. Admission is $10, with all pro-
ceeds going toward the building res- toration. ROGER BOOK EXHIBIT Friday marks an unprecedented day for the Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon — it’s the day WKHLU ¿UVW DUW H[KLELW RSHQV )URP Friday to Aug. 18, the center will present “Breaking the Ice,” featur- ing the work of abstract expression- ist Roger Book. An opening recep- tion will be held on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Book’s journey as a painter didn’t begin until the age of 43, when he decided to take a risk, leave his career in retail, and attend Green Mountain College in Poultney. He graduated with a B.F.A. degree and went on to earn a master’s degree in painting from the Rochester Institute of Technology. For more information, visit cmacvt.org, call 247-4295 or email email@example.com. CMAC is located at 333 Jones Drive in Brandon. TWO BROTHERS TAVERN There will be two live musical performances this week at Two Brothers Tavern in Middlebury. On Friday, the tavern will feature The Benoits, offering classic rock swagger with only two acoustic guitars, beginning at 5 p.m. Don’t miss this free Happy Hour show in support of the Middlebury Arts Walk, which takes place upstairs in the Tavern. Then, on Saturday, the tavern presents Ten Rod Road at 6 p.m. Hometown heroes Ten Rod Road are back to the Lounge for a night of taut rock heaven. All established players in the local music scene, Two Brothers is glad to have them back for a night of dancing with long-time friends. Reservations and walk-ins for this show are wel- come. There is a $3 cover charge.
HELENA BAILLIE For more information, call Two Brothers at 388-0002. BESSETTE QUARTET The Monkton community pres- ents Helen Weston and the Bes- sette Quartet with Pete Sutherland in a kickoff-to-summer concert at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Monkton Recreational Field on Hollow Road
in Monkton. This will be a great lineup of good-time swing, blues and rock. Pack a picnic, or visit the concession stand, which will offer hamburgers, hotdogs and bever- ages. The event is free and open to the public. For more info call 453- 6067.
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Bristol Beat School News
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Young knitters aid child care centers EAST Â MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Knit-Â ters Â in Â the Â Thursday Â afternoon Â Craft Â Circle Â at Â Sarah Â Partridge Â Li-Â brary, Â who Â meet Â weekly Â from Â 3:30 Â to Â 5 Â p.m., Â have Â now Â completed Â WKUHH EDE\ DIJKDQV 7KH ÂżUVW ZDV sent Â to Â Hume Â Child Â Development Â Center Â in Â New Â Orleans. Â The Â other Â two Â will Â be Â given Â to Â the Â Parent/ Child Â Center Â in Â Middlebury. Librarian Â Mona Â Rogers Â hosts Â the Â Craft Â Circle, Â which Â includes Â young Â knitters Â and Â more Â experienced Â helpers: Â Allie Â Nadeau;Íž Â Laurel Â Mecham;Íž Â Allie Â Johnson;Íž Â Brianna Â Wagner Â and Â her Â grandmother, Â Eliz-Â abeth;Íž Â Linda Â Kelton;Íž Â and Â Isabelle Â Terk. Â The Â knitters Â are Â now Â working Â on Â a Â lap Â robe Â to Â be Â given Â to Â Project Â Independence Â in Â Middlebury. From Â June Â 20 Â to Â July Â 25, Â knitting Â will Â give Â way Â to Â drop-Âin Â crafts Â for Â the Â summer Â reading Â program, Â â€œDig Â Into Â Reading.â€? Â Craft Â projects Â will Â include Â pet Â rocks, Â egg Â crate Â cat-Â erpillars Â and Â worms, Â fairy Â houses, Â shell Â creatures, Â jewelry, Â watercolor Â painting, Â and Â yarn Â art. All Â elementary Â school Â and Â mid-Â dle Â school-Âage Â children Â are Â wel-Â come. Â The Â last Â session, Â July Â 25, Â will Â be Â a Â party Â with Â board Â games, Â SUL]HVDQGUHDGLQJFHUWLÂżFDWHV LIBRARIAN Â MONA Â ROGERS Â and Â young Â knitters Â Allie Â Nadeau, Â left, Â The Â Sarah Â Partridge Â Library Â is Â at Â and Â Laurel Â Mecham Â pose Â with Â two Â afghans Â they Â helped Â make Â during Â 431 Â East Â Main Â St. Â in Â East Â Middle-Â the Â weekly Â Sarah Â Partridge Â Library Â Craft Â Circle. Â The Â afghans Â will Â be Â do-Â bury. nated Â to Â the Â Parent/Child Â Center Â in Â Middlebury.
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Mount Â Abeâ€™s Â Scott claims Â Vt. Â golf Â title Eagles Â miss Â team Â crown Â by Â one Â stroke By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY in Â between Â 87 Â and Â 92 Â to Â edge Â the Â WOODSTOCK Â â€” Â Mount Â Abra-Â Eagles, Â who Â Walch Â said Â rallied Â on Â ham Â Union Â High Â School Â senior Â Jona Â the Â back Â nine Â to Â make Â it Â close: Â Scott Â Scott Â earned Â Divi-Â shot Â 36-Â33, Â Valley Â sion Â II Â and Â overall Â went Â from Â a Â 63 Â on Â medalist Â honors Â at Â the Â front Â nine Â to Â a Â the Â state Â champi-Â RQWKHÂżQDOQLQH onship Â meet Â at Â the Â holes, Â and Â Sanchez Â Woodstock Â Coun-Â went Â 46-Â38. try Â Club Â this Â past Â But Â the Â biggest Â :HGQHVGD\ E\ ÂżU-Â story Â was Â Scott, Â ing Â a Â 69, Â but Â his Â who Â won Â nine Â of Â Eagle Â team Â fell Â one Â 10 Â events Â he Â en-Â stroke Â short Â of Â a Â tered Â this Â spring, Â D-ÂII Â team Â champi-Â including Â the Â Met-Â onship. ro Â Conference Â two-Â Coach Â Frank Â man Â best-Âball Â tour-Â Walch Â said Â there Â nament Â on Â May Â 31 Â was Â confusion Â at Â with Â Sweeney;Íž Â the Â the Â end Â of Â the Â tour-Â two Â combined Â to Â nament, Â and Â for Â a Â shoot Â even Â par Â at Â JONA Â SCOTT few Â moments Â the Â that Â best-Âball Â event, Â Eagles Â thought Â with Â Sweeney Â con-Â WKH\ KDG ZRQ %XW ZKHQ WKH ÂżQDO tributing Â several Â birdies, Â Walch Â said. Â scores Â were Â tallied, Â the Â news Â was Â Scott Â also Â won Â the Â South Â Section-Â disappointing: Â Perennial Â champion Â al Â tournament Â and Â all Â regular Â season Â /\QGRQ ZLQQHU RI ÂżYH RI WKH SDVW Metro Â events Â except Â one Â that Â he Â lost Â nine Â D-ÂII Â titles, Â came Â in Â at Â 358 Â to Â the Â by Â one Â stroke. Â Walch Â said Â his Â senior Â Eaglesâ€™ Â 359. Â standout Â picked Â up Â a Â lot Â of Â hardware Â â€œWe Â all Â knew Â it Â was Â close,â€? Â Walch Â on Â Wednesday, Â when Â his Â closest Â said. Â â€œThe Â guys Â handled Â it Â well.â€? overall Â competitor Â was Â Rutlandâ€™s Â They Â did Â have Â some Â consolation. Â 'UDNH+XOOZKRÂżUHGD Âł,W ZDV WKH EHVW ÂżQLVK LQ 0RXQW Âł7KH\KDQGHGRXWOLNHÂżYHDZDUGV Abeâ€™s Â history, Â ever,â€? Â Walch Â said. Â to Â him Â there,â€? Â Walch Â said. Â After Â Scott Â the Â Eagles Â saw Â fresh-Â By Â the Â time Â Scott Â approached Â the Â man Â Carson Â Sanchez Â shoot Â 85, Â and Â last Â hole Â of Â a Â Wednesday Â round Â in Â seniors Â Matt Â Sweeney Â and Â Reg Â Val-Â ZKLFK KH ÂżUHG IRXU ELUGLHV DQG ley Â come Â in Â at Â 96 Â and Â 109, Â respec-Â pars, Â most Â other Â D-ÂII Â golfers Â and Â tively. Â Walch Â said Â only Â about Â a Â doz-Â coaches Â had Â gathered Â to Â watch. Â en Â of Â the Â 100 Â golfers Â broke Â 80 Â on Â the Â Âł:KHQKHÂżQLVKHGXSKLVODVWSXWW challenging Â Woodstock Â course. Â they Â gave Â him Â a Â standing Â ovation,â€? Â All Â four Â of Â Lyndonâ€™s Â golfers Â came Â Walch Â said.
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Tigers trounce MMU in rain-soaked playoff By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â No. Â 2 Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â girlsâ€™ Â lacrosse Â team Â on Â Friday Â VFRUHG IRXU WLPHV LQ WKH ÂżQDO RIWKHÂżUVWKDOIRQWKHZD\ to Â a Â rain-Âsoaked, Â 14-Â7 Â Division Â ,TXDUWHUÂżQDOYLFWRU\RYHU1R 0RXQW0DQVÂżHOG
The Â Tigers Â will Â be Â seeking Â yet Â DQRWKHUEHUWKLQD',ÂżQDOZKHQ they Â host Â No. Â 3 Â Mount Â Anthony Â (13-Â6) Â on Â Tuesday Â at Â 4 Â p.m., Â with Â two-Âtime Â defending Â champion Â South Â Burlington Â almost Â certain-Â ly Â awaiting Â the Â winner Â at Â Castle-Â ton Â State Â College Â on Â Friday. Â The Â (See Â Girlsâ€™ Â lax, Â Page Â 22)
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Boysâ€™ Lacrosse D-ÂI Playoffs 6/7 Â #4 Â Brattleboro Â vs. Â #5 Â MUHS Â ............11-Â9 D-ÂII Playoffs 6/5 Â #5 Â U-Â32 Â vs. Â #12 Â VUHS Â Â ...................15-Â3 Girlsâ€™ Lacrosse D-ÂI Playoffs 6/7 Â #2 Â MUHS Â vs. Â #7 Â MMU Â Â ................... Â 14-Â7
Baseball D-ÂII Playoffs 6/6 Â #2 Â OV Â vs. Â #7 Â Lake Â Region Â Â ................6-Â0 Â 6/8 Â #5 Â Missisquoi Â vs. Â #4 Â VUHS Â ...............6-Â4 Softball D-ÂII Playoffs 6/5 Â #7 Â OV Â vs. Â #10 Â Lake Â Region Â .............12-Â2 6/6 Â #1 Â Fairfax Â vs. Â #8 Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ..............15-Â10 6/7 Â #7 Â OV Â at Â #2 Â Lyndon Â ........... Â Ppd. Â to Â 6/10 Â 6/8 Â #3 Â VUHS Â vs. Â #6 Â U-Â32 Â Â .......................8-Â2
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Girlsâ€™ Lacrosse D-ÂI Playoffs 6/11 Â #3 Â Mt. Â Anthony Â at Â #2 Â MUHS Â .......4 Â p.m. 6/14 Â or Â 15 Â Â ....................... Â Final Â at Â Castleton Baseball D-ÂII Playoffs 6/11 Â #3 Â Lamoille Â at Â #2 Â OV Â ............ Â 4:30 Â p.m.
6/14 Â or Â 15 Â Â ............ Â Final Â at Â Centennial Â Field Softball D-ÂII Playoffs 6/10 Â #7 Â OV Â at Â #2 Â Lyndon Â .............. Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â 6/12 Â #3 Â VUHS Â vs. Â TBD Â ................. Â 4:30 Â p.m. 6/14 Â or Â 15 Â Â ........................ Â Final Â at Â Poultney Spectators Â are Â advised Â to Â consult Â school Â websites Â for Â the Â latest Â schedule Â updates. Â
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Commodore Â baseball Â falls Â to Â Missisquoi Â LQTXDUWHUÂżQDO By Â MARSHALL Â HASTINGS VERGENNES Â â€” Â As Â a Â few Â rays Â of Â sunlight Â fought Â through Â Saturday Â DIWHUQRRQÂśVRPLQRXVFORXGVWKH9HU-Â gennes Â Union Â High Â School Â baseball Â WHDPIRXJKWWRKROGRIIHOLPLQDWLRQ rallying Â from Â a Â 5-Â0 Â hole Â against Â vis-Â iting Â Missisquoi. Â But Â just Â as Â the Â sun Â IDGHG EHKLQG WKH FORXGV VR GLG WKH &RPPRGRUHVÂś UDOO\ DQG WKHLU VHD-Â son. ,QWKHLUTXDUWHUÂżQDOPDWFKXSZLWK WKH 1R 7KXQGHUELUGV WKH IRXUWK VHHGHG&RPPRGRUHVIHOOHQGLQJ their Â bid Â to Â repeat Â as Â champions Â of Â Division Â II Â vs. Â the Â team Â they Â defeat-Â HGLQWKHÂżQDO â€œI Â think Â Missisquoi Â outplayed Â XVÂ´VDLG98+6KHDGFRDFK*HRUJH Ringer. Â â€œI Â think Â they Â got Â some Â time-Â ly Â hits. Â Naturally Â Matt Â (St. Â Amour) Â pitched Â a Â great Â game. Â I Â think Â the Â dif-Â ference Â was Â they Â got Â some Â timely Â KLWV:HZDLWHGDOLWWOHELWORQJHUWR start Â coming Â back. Â It Â just Â didnâ€™t Â work Â RXWIRUXVÂ´ 277(59$//(<81,21+LJK6FKRROÂśV5\DQ.HOOH\DERYHOHDSVEDFNWRÂżUVWEDVHWRDYRLGDWDJGXULQJSOD\RIIDFWLRQDJDLQVW/DNH5HJLRQODVW VUHS Â pitcher Â Charlie Â Stapleford Â 7KXUVGD\%HORZ2WWHU3LWFKHU%UHWW3DWWHUVRQWKUHZDRQHKLWWHU7KH2WWHUVZRQWKHJDPHDQGDGYDQFHGWRWKH'LYLVLRQ,,VHPLÂżQDOV7XHVGD\ NHSW WKH 7KXQGHUELUG EDWV PXWH afternoon. Photos Â by Â Lee Â Kahrs/Brandon Â Reporter WKURXJK WKH ÂżUVW WZR IUDPHV EHIRUH MVU Â mounted Â a Â threat Â in Â the Â third. Â (See Â VUHS Â baseball, Â Page Â 23)
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Otter Â nine Â blanks Â Rangers;Íž Â Lyndon Â next By Â LEE Â KAHRS BRANDON Â â€” Â A Â school Â could Â get Â used Â to Â this: Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â pitcher Â Brett Â Patterson Â threw Â a Â one-Âhitter Â in Â the Â No. Â 2 Â Ottersâ€™ Â 6-Â0 Â win Â over Â visiting Â No. Â 7 Â Lake Â Region Â in Â a Â 'LYLVLRQ,,TXDUWHUÂżQDOVRQ7KXUVGD\ $ PRGHO RI HIÂżFLHQF\ 3DWWHUVRQ WKUHZMXVWSLWFKHVVWUXFNRXWQLQH and Â walked Â none Â in Â just Â an Â hour Â and Â 20 Â minutes Â to Â send Â Lake Â Region Â pack-Â ing. Â And Â the Â senior Â hurler Â and Â co-Âace Â Justin Â Owen Â have Â been Â consistently Â RQ WKHLU SLWFKLQJ DOO VHDVRQ KHOSLQJ the Â Otters Â to Â a Â 17-Â1 Â record. Patterson Â was Â good Â at Â the Â plate Â as Â ZHOORQ7KXUVGD\DVZHUHVHYHUDORI WHDPPDWHV29KDGVL[KLWVLQFOXGLQJ DORQJGRXEOHE\3DWWHUVRQZKRGURYH in Â two Â runs. Â Ryan Â Kelley Â also Â had Â two Â KLWVDQGEURWKHUV-LPDQG-RKQ:LQ-Â slow Â each Â had Â an Â RBI. 7KH2WWHUVWRRNDOHDGLQWRWKH fourth Â inning Â before Â Lake Â Regionâ€™s Â
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Paquette Â shines Â on Â mound Â as Â VUHS Â softball Â wins, Â 8-Â2 By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY VERGENNES Â â€” Â Another Â strong Â pitching Â ef-Â fort Â backed Â by Â timely Â hitting Â and Â solid Â defense Â on Â Saturday Â means Â another Â trip Â to Â the Â Division Â ,,VHPLÂżQDOURXQGIRUWKH9HUJHQQHV8QLRQ+LJK School Â softball Â team. ,QWKHLUTXDUWHUÂżQDOZLQRYHU1R8 WKH1R&RPPRGRUHVÂśJRWWZRKLWSLWFKLQJIURP 7D\ORU3DTXHWWHDFRPELQHGVHYHQIRUVHYHQHI-Â fort Â with Â six Â runs Â and Â three Â RBIs Â from Â Nos. Â 4 Â and Â KLWWHUV &DW &KDSXW DQG 'DQL %URZQ DQG IRXU 5%,VIURP1RKLWWHU7DPDUD$XQFKPDQ And Â the Â 14-Â4 Â Commodores Â earned Â a Â date Â in Â a Â SP:HGQHVGD\VHPLÂżQDOZLWKHLWKHU1R /\QGRQ RU1R2WWHU9DOOH\ 7KRVH two Â teams Â are Â set Â to Â square Â off Â on Â Monday Â at Â /\QGRQ,I/\QGRQSUHYDLOV98+6ZLOOWUDYHORQ :HGQHVGD\EXWLIWKH2WWHUVSXOORIIWKHXSVHWWKH
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PAGE Â 22 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â June Â 10, Â 2013
Girlsâ€™ Â lax (Continued Â from Â Page Â 20) 14-Â0 Â Rebels Â will Â host Â No. Â 4 Â Brattleboro Â LQ7XHVGD\ÂśVRWKHUVHPLÂżQDO The Â Tigersâ€™ Â decisive Â surge Â on Â Friday Â began Â after Â MMUâ€™s Â Alison Â Chivers Â took Â advantage Â of Â a Â failed Â Tiger Â clear Â and Â broke Â in Â alone Â on Â MUHS Â sophomore Â goalie Â Bai-Â ly Â Ryan Â to Â make Â it Â 5-Â3. The Â Cougars Â won Â the Â draw, Â but Â the Â Tigers Â forced Â a Â turnover Â and Â freshman Â Emma Â Best Â scooped Â one Â of Â her Â game-Âhigh Â 10 Â ground Â balls Â before Â setting Â up Â a Â goal Â by Â sophomore Â middie Â Katie Â Holmes Â at Â 4:16. A Â minute Â later, Â junior Â attacker Â Kiera Â Kirkaldy Â picked Â up Â an Â errant Â pass Â and Â fed Â sophomore Â middie Â Julia Â Rosenberg Â cut-Â ting Â into Â the Â fan, Â and Â Rosenberg Â made Â it Â 7-Â3. Â At Â 2:45, Â junior Â middie Â and Â co-Âcaptain Â Emily Â Robinson Â cashed Â in Â a Â behind-Âthe-Â net Â feed Â from Â junior Â attacker Â Paige Â Viens, Â and Â it Â was Â 8-Â4. The Â Cougars Â then Â got Â what Â could Â have Â been Â a Â momentum-Âchanging Â goal Â at Â 1:13, Â when Â Marina Â Bowie Â connected Â for Â her Â third Â of Â the Â half. But Â the Â Tigers Â got Â the Â ball Â back Â with Â seconds Â to Â go, Â and Â tossed Â to Â Emily Â Kier-Â QDQDWPLGÂżHOG.LHUQDQUHOD\HGWR9LHQV on Â the Â left Â side Â of Â the Â fan, Â and Â she Â threw Â the Â ball Â over Â two Â defenders Â to Â Kirkaldy Â on Â the Â far Â side, Â and Â her Â 20-Âfoot Â shot Â hit Â the Â twine Â as Â the Â horn Â sounded Â to Â make Â it Â 9-Â4. Sophomore Â middie Â Sophia Â Peluso Â then Â VFRUHG WZR XQDVVLVWHG JRDOV LQ WKH ÂżUVW four Â minutes Â of Â the Â second Â half, Â and Â the Â Tigers Â coasted Â home. Robinson Â acknowledged Â it Â took Â the Â Ti-Â gers Â time Â to Â get Â untracked, Â but Â said Â their Â determination Â carried Â them. TIGER Â FRESHMAN Â EMMA Â Best Â looks Â for Â some Â running Â room Â during Â last Â Fri-Â Âł,W ZDV GLIÂżFXOW LQ WKH UDLQ ZLWK DOO WKH GD\ÂśVSOD\RIIJDPHDJDLQVW0RXQW0DQVÂżHOG Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell puddles, Â and Â we Â werenâ€™t Â connecting,â€? Â Rob-Â inson Â said. Â â€œBut Â I Â just Â think Â we Â had Â a Â lot Â of Â Kiernan Â (two Â goals Â and Â an Â assist Â apiece);Íž Â Holmes Â (two Â goals);Íž Â heart Â going Â into Â this, Â and Â we Â wanted Â this, Â and Â we Â showed Â that.â€? Best Â and Â Kirkaldy Â (goal Â and Â assist Â each);Íž Â junior Â attacker Â Julia Â Balanced Â scoring Â boosted Â MUHS. Â Nine Â Tigers Â recorded Â Cluss Â (goal);Íž Â and Â Viens Â (two Â assists). points: Â Peluso Â (three Â goals, Â assist);Íž Â Robinson, Â Rosenberg Â and Â â€œThat Â was Â one Â of Â our Â team Â goals,â€? Â Robinson Â said. Â â€œWe Â want-Â ed Â a Â lot Â of Â different Â scorers Â today.â€? Coach Â Kelley Â Higgins Â also Â pointed Â to Â the Â Tiger Â defenseâ€™s Â continued Â improvement Â on Â stopping Â solo Â runs, Â a Â problem Â high-Â lighted Â when Â Champlain Â Valleyâ€™s Â Kate Â Raszka Â scored Â 11 Â times Â vs. Â MUHS Â on Â May Â 15. On Â Friday, Â the Â MUHS Â low Â defense Â of Â senior Â Tiffany Â Dan-Â yow Â and Â juniors Â Hannah Â Hobbs Â and Â Olivia Â Carpenter, Â with Â help Â from Â the Â Tiger Â middies, Â rarely Â allowed Â the Â Cougars Â uncontested Â looks Â at Â Ryan. â€œWeâ€™ve Â been Â working Â really Â hard, Â probably Â since Â the Â CVU Â game Â â€Ś Â on Â slowing Â down Â the Â fast Â break, Â sliding Â over Â at Â the Â right Â time, Â that Â kind Â of Â thing, Â just Â the Â timing, Â and Â when Â to Â go, Â when Â to Â stay,â€? Â Higgins Â said. Â â€œAnd Â I Â just Â think Â even Â in Â these Â wet, Â slippery Â conditions Â they Â kept Â their Â heads Â about Â them Â and Â played Â really Â smart.â€? Of Â the Â three Â goals Â managed Â by Â MMU Â after Â the Â break, Â two Â came Â from Â Jess Â Glenn Â on Â free Â positions, Â not Â in Â the Â run Â of Â play. Â Meanwhile, Â the Â Tigers Â continued Â to Â get Â good Â looks Â at Â MMU Â JRDOLH&ROE\.QLJKWZKRVWRSSHGÂżYHVKRWV At Â the Â other Â end, Â Ryan Â made Â 11 Â saves, Â some Â of Â them Â routine Â as Â the Â Tigers Â pressured Â Cougar Â shooters. Â But Â some Â were Â chal-Â lenging, Â none Â better Â than Â on Â Hope Â Denison Â on Â a Â second-Âhalf Â IDVWEUHDNZKHQ5\DQPRYHGTXLFNO\WRGHĂ€HFWDVKRWDIWHUD cross-Âcrease Â pass. â€œBaily Â came Â through,â€? Â Higgins Â said. The Â Tigers Â struggled Â at Â times Â to Â clear Â their Â own Â end, Â but Â Hig-Â gins Â said Â the Â problem Â is Â correctable: Â They Â were Â rushing Â passes, Â some Â from Â Ryan, Â back Â into Â pressure. â€œEven Â at Â halftime Â we Â talked Â about Â it,â€? Â Higgins Â said. Â â€œWe Â did Â a Â much Â better Â job Â of Â it Â in Â the Â second Â half.â€? Overall, Â Robinson Â said Â the Â Tigers Â will Â be Â ready Â on Â Tuesday Â for Â the Â Patriots, Â a Â team Â they Â defeated Â on Â the Â road Â early Â this Â sea-Â son, Â 15-Â13. Âł:HKDYHDORWRIFRQÂżGHQFH:HKDYHDORWRIVSLULWJRLQJ LQWRRXUQH[WJDPHEXW,GRQÂśWWKLQNZHÂśUHWRRFRQÂżGHQWÂ´5RE-Â inson Â said. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â going Â to Â be Â really Â careful Â and Â really Â smart Â MUHS Â SENIOR Â TIFFANY Â Danyow Â breaks Â out Â with Â the Â ball Â with Â how Â we Â play, Â I Â hope.â€? DJDLQVW0RXQW0DQVÂżHOGODVWZHHN Andy Â Kirkaldy Â is Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
Tiger boysâ€™ lax takes two-Âpoint loss to Brat. By Â MARSHALL Â HASTINGS BRATTLEBORO Â â€” Â The Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â boysâ€™ Â lacrosse Â teamâ€™s Â attempt Â to Â upset Â No. Â 4 Â Brattleboro Â in Â D 'LYLVLRQ , TXDUWHUÂżQDO IHOO MXVW VKRUW )ULGD\ QLJKW DV WKH 7LJHUVORVWRQDPXGFRYHUHGÂżHOG $IWHUVFRULQJWKHÂżUVWJRDOMXVWVHFRQGVLQWRWKHJDPH the Â Colonels Â went Â on Â a Â 6-Â1 Â run Â to Â end Â the Â half, Â taking Â a Â 6-Â2 Â lead Â into Â the Â intermission. The Â Tigers Â rallied Â back Â in Â the Â third Â quarter, Â scoring Â three Â XQDQVZHUHGJRDOVWRFXWWKHGHÂżFLWWR08+6DSSHDUHG WRWLHWKHJDPHZKHQ&KULVWLDQ+LJJLQVÂżUHGLQDVKRWIURP his Â knees Â just Â in Â front Â of Â the Â goal, Â but Â a Â referee Â ruled Â that Â Hig-Â gins Â was Â in Â the Â crease Â and Â disallowed Â the Â goal. Brattleboro Â then Â went Â on Â a Â run Â to Â extend Â the Â lead Â to Â 10-Â7 Â after Â scoring Â on Â a Â two-Âman Â advantage. MUHS Â rallied Â once Â again Â with Â less Â than Â four Â minutes Â to Â play, Â when Â Bobby Â Ritter Â found Â a Â cutting Â Higgins Â in Â front Â of Â the Â crease Â at Â 3:49, Â slicing Â the Â margin Â to Â 10-Â8. With Â 2:08 Â to Â play, Â the Â Colonels Â went Â on Â the Â offensive Â as Â D%UDWWOHERURGHIHQGHUUDFHGWKHOHQJWKRIWKHÂżHOG$SDVV sailed Â just Â over Â the Â outstretched Â stick Â of Â a Â Tiger Â defender Â and Â right Â into Â the Â pocket Â of Â a Â cutting Â teammate Â who Â sank Â the Â close Â range Â shot. Just Â 30 Â seconds Â later, Â Higgins Â scored Â his Â second Â goal Â of Â the Â game Â after Â a Â Tiger Â shot Â bounced Â off Â Brattleboro Â goalie Â Rom-Â HOOR/LQGVH\+LJJLQVVQDUHGWKHORRVHEDOODQGÂżUHKRPHWKH shot Â from Â the Â right Â wing Â to Â pull Â MUHS Â once Â again Â with Â two. :LWKWLPHZLQGLQJGRZQ+LJJLQVÂżUHGMXVWZLGHDQGWKH Tigers Â were Â unable Â to Â come Â up Â with Â the Â ball Â in Â a Â muddy Â scrum Â in Â front Â of Â the Â net. With Â less Â than Â a Â minute Â to Â play, Â Ritter Â attempted Â to Â pass Â the Â ball Â inside Â to Â Keenan Â Bartlett, Â but Â as Â Bartlett Â turned Â to Â ÂżUHD&RORQHOGHIHQGHUNQRFNHGWKHEDOOIUHHWRHQGWKHODVW offensive Â threat Â the Â Tigers Â were Â able Â to Â muster. &RQQRU4XLQQÂżQLVKHGZLWKWKUHHJRDOVDQGDQDVVLVWDQG Sam Â Usilton Â tallied Â two Â goals Â and Â an Â assist Â for Â the Â Tigers, Â ZKR ÂżQLVKHG DW WKHLU ÂżUVW ZLQQLQJ UHFRUG LQ VHYHUDO years. Â The Â Colonels Â moved Â to Â 13-Â4. Â
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Hackett (Continued from Page 1) who will become co-principal of the Thatcher Brook Primary School in Waterbury. Hackett emerged as the top choice. A Proctor resident, Hackett cur- rently works as a reading interven- tion teacher at the Rutland Town School and as afterschool site coor- dinator at the Clarendon Elementary School. She is no stranger to this area, having served as director of the Addison County branch of the Building Bright Futures early child- hood program from August 2007 un- til March of 2009.
She’s happy to return to the area and head a school with which she is very impressed. Hackett made a daylong visit to Bingham Memo- rial School on June 4, during which she sat in on classes in each grade and met with community members. During that visit she encountered what she said were caring, enthusi- astic and high-achieving students;; a “dedicated and knowledgeable staff”;; and parents and community members who are clearly invested in their local school. “I was very impressed with the involvement of the community,”
Hackett said. While she will serve primarily as an administrator at Bingham Memo- rial, Hackett is prepared to do some VXEVWLWXWH WHDFKLQJ DQG IXO¿OO RWKHU roles when called upon. “At small schools, you need to jump in as needed,” Hackett said. “You wear many hats.” She and her husband Jimmy, an electrician, will continue to live in Proctor with their dog, Seamus. +DFNHWW RI¿FLDOO\ EHJLQV KHU WZR year Cornwall contract on July 1. She’s eager to get to work with what she perceives as a very inquisi- tive student body. “The students here really want to come to school,” Hackett said. “What more could a principal ask for?” Cornwall School Board Co- chairwoman Maureen Deppman said she was impressed with Hack- ett’s background and interview on Thursday. “Susan has an extensive back- ground in education and an un- derstanding and knowledge of the Common Core,” she said, referring to a set of education standards. “She understands the key elements in re- lationships between and among stu- dents, teachers and parents. I was impressed at the parent meeting that Susan was able to remember names and interests of our children from her daylong visit. Susan is student- focused and approaches each sce- nario with care and student learning
SUSAN M. HACKETT at the center. “She has strong curriculum-de- velopment skills and experience with supervision and evaluation of teachers. Susan clearly displayed her sense of humor and her commit- ment to teaching, leading and learn- LQJ6KHLVUHÀHFWLYHLQKHUSUDFWLFH and willing to learn from her own experiences and others. Susan was knowledgeable of our school. She is willing to discuss new ideas while also preserving the culture of the Cornwall school. “Her skills and abilities shared in the interview process clearly matched the criteria of the hiring committee,” Deppman continued. Reporter John Flowers is at email@example.com.
6DS%HHUWREHQH¿W)RONOLIH&HQWHU SHELBURNE — The Fiddle- head Brewing Co. in Shelburne will host a Frog Run Sap Beer Pint 1LJKWIRUWKHEHQH¿WRI0LGGOHEXU\ based Vermont Folklife Center on Wednesday, June 12, from 4-8 p.m. Live music will be provided by the VFC, featuring legendary Cham- SODLQ9DOOH\¿GGOHU3HWH6XWKHUODQG of Monkton and Brass Balagan, the radical brass street band from Bur- lington. For generations Vermont sugar makers have brewed sap beer at home using the season’s last run of
maple sap in place of water. In the winter of 2012, VFC Co-director Andy Kolovos wandered into the recently-opened Fiddlehead Brew- ing Co. and asked owner and brewer Matt Cohen if he had ever made sap beer. Soon after, Frog Run Sap Beer was born. Now the public will have WKHRSSRUWXQLW\WRJHWWKH¿UVWWDVWH of the 2013 batch. A portion of all beer sales during WKHEHQH¿WSLQWQLJKWZLOOEHQH¿WWKH Vermont Folklife Center. For more information contact Rachel Cleve- land at (802) 399-2994.
Leicester Central to host bottle drive LEICESTER — Leicester Central School will hold a can and bottle drive on Saturday, June 15, from 8 a.m.- noon at the Leicester Town Shed. )XQGV UDLVHG ZLOO EHQH¿W WKH WK annual Summer Alive! day camp, D ¿YHZHHN VXPPHU SURJUDP IRU Leicester students in grades K-6. This
year’s theme is “Discover the Magic,” through which children can discover their own magic with opportunities such as dance, drama, puppet-making music, writing, crafts, sports and ad- ventures. The program will focus on nature and the relationship between art and the environment.
Orwell Town Band readies for June ORWELL — Summer is almost here, and the Orwell Town Band is gearing up for another season of concerts on the town green. Mike Lenox will be conducting again this year. As always, players of all ages, abilities, and instruments are en- couraged to join in. The band will rehearse Thursday evenings, June 20 and 28, in the Or- well Village School band room. Con- certs will take place Thursday eve-
nings from July 11 through Aug. 8 at 7:30 p.m. on the Orwell village green. A one-hour rehearsal in the school band room will precede each concert. There will also be a special con- cert for the Orwell Town Semiquin- centennial (250th) celebration on Sunday, Aug. 18. For up-to-date information (or simply to “Like” the band) check out the Orwell Town Band page at www. facebook.com/OrwellTownBand.
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FERRISBURGH Â â€” Â The Â Ferris-Â and Â hide Â from Â the Â lynch Â mobs. Â burgh Â Grangeâ€™s Â schedule Â for Â Juneâ€™s Â There Â is Â an Â exhibit Â about Â the Â trade Â King Â Pede Â card Â parties Â is Â still Â be-Â and Â agricultural Â boom Â that Â Ferris-Â ing Â determined. Â Please Â contact Â burgh Â experienced Â in Â the Â 1830s. Â It Â Weston Â Spooner Â at Â 877-Â2827 Â for Â was Â considered Â the Â â€œMerino Â wool Â LQIRUPDWLRQ RQ WKH ÂżQDO GDWHV IRU craze.â€? Â There Â are Â many Â displays Â June. Â These Â get-Âtogethers Â are Â held Â of Â books Â that Â the Â Robinson Â Family Â at Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â Town Â Hall Â and Â both Â wrote Â and Â owned. Community Â Center Â and Â begin Â with Â In Â addition, Â the Â exhibit Â has Â a Â a Â sandwich Â supper Â and Â then Â on Â to Â timeline Â that Â highlights Â the Â church Â an Â evening Â of Â fun Â and Â on Â the Â corner Â of Â Route Â 7 Â Summary Â of Â key Â and Â Middlebrook Â Road Â card Â games. Â All Â are Â wel-Â come Â to Â these Â events. Â events Â in Â our Â com-Â with Â the Â maple Â trees Â The Â Grange Â requests Â a Â munity: Â in Â the Â front. Â Frederick Â June Â 15-Â16: Â Lake Â Douglass, Â the Â famous Â donation Â of Â $2.50 Â from Â Champlain Â Mari-Â abolitionist, Â spoke Â on Â attendees. Â )&6ÂśV ÂżIWKJUDGH time Â Museum Â Kidsâ€™ Â the Â steps Â of Â this Â church Â class Â was Â able Â to Â visit Â Pirate Â Festival Â as Â part Â of Â the Â â€œ100 Â Con-Â June Â 22-Â23: Â Lake Â ventionsâ€? Â Rokeby Â to Â view Â the Â new Â sponsored Â special Â exhibit, Â â€œFree Â Champlain Â Mari-Â by Â the Â American Â Anti-Â and Â Safe: Â The Â Under-Â time Â Museum Â Na-Â Slavery Â Society. Â Born Â a Â ground Â Railroad Â in Â Ver-Â tive Â American Â En-Â slave, Â he Â escaped Â when Â mont.â€? Â The Â exhibit Â has Â campment he Â was Â 18 Â years Â old Â by Â EHHQ GHVLJQHG WR UHĂ€HFW impersonating Â a Â sail-Â the Â history Â of Â Rokebyâ€™s Â Robinson Â or. Â He Â eventually Â went Â on Â to Â be Â a Â family, Â who Â were Â Quakers, Â and Â to Â trusted Â aide Â to Â President Â Lincoln. Â highlight Â their Â commitment Â to Â the Â For Â more Â information Â on Â the Â new Â Underground Â Railroad. Â The Â ex-Â education Â center Â and Â all Â the Â exhib-Â KLELW ÂżOOV WKH FHQWHUÂśV VHFRQG Ă€RRU its, Â call Â the Â museum Â at Â 877-Â3406 Â or Â and Â invites Â visitors Â to Â follow Â in Â the Â visit Â www.rokeby.org. footsteps Â of Â Simon Â and Â Jesse, Â two Â The Â Lake Â Champlain Â Maritime Â fugitives Â from Â slavery Â who Â were Â Museum Â is Â open Â now Â for Â the Â sum-Â sheltered Â at Â Rokeby Â in Â the Â 1830s. mer Â season. Â This Â year, Â along Â with Â There Â are Â several Â interactive Â ex-Â its Â special Â events Â and Â exhibits, Â the Â hibits Â designed Â to Â teach Â about Â what Â museum Â will Â feature Â a Â daily Â special Â it Â was Â like Â for Â the Â slaves Â to Â escape Â experience Â for Â visitors Â that Â will Â in-Â
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The Â Native Â American Â encamp-Â ment Â will Â be Â June Â 22 Â and Â 23. Â Dis-Â cover Â the Â vibrant Â native Â culture Â of Â the Â Champlain Â Valley Â region Â as Â members Â of Â Abenaki Â tribes Â present Â singing, Â drumming, Â dancing, Â wam-Â pum Â readings, Â craft Â demonstrations Â and Â other Â traditions. Â Stay Â updated Â by Â checking Â the Â daily Â specials Â at Â the Â museumâ€™s Â website: Â www.lcmm.org.
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Clarkson names area graduates
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Karen Rouse, daughter of Dick and Lucy Rouse of Brandon, re- POTSDAM, N.Y. — The follow- ceived a bachelor’s degree in pro- ing local students graduated from fessional studies with a minor in Clarkson University on May 11: psychology from Johnson State Col- Brett Jipner of Bristol, BS, engi- lege on May 18. She will pursue her neering and management;; Dylan G. master’s degree in September at the Newton of Middlebury, BS, engi- College of Saint Joseph in Rutland. neering and management;; Peter C. Selby of New Haven, BS, software &KULVWRSKHU *ULI¿Q of Waltham engineering;; Michael P. Sundstrom graduated from Green Mountain of New Haven, BS, mechanical College on Saturday, May 11, with a engineering, minors in mathemat- BA degree in history. ics and sustainable energy systems;; and Courtney L. Webster of North Rainer Kenney of Brandon grad- Ferrisburgh, BS with distinction in uated from Bowdoin College with computer science, minors in math- a major in biology-environmental ematics and psychology. studies.
George L. Burgess of Middle- bury earned a master of science de- gree in chemistry from Oregon State University. Steven Hill of Middlebury re- ceived a bachelor of arts degree from Curry College in Milton, Mass., on May 19. Jonathan D. Wells of Middlebury and Jessica R. Gipson of Vergennes were named to the dean’s list for the spring 2013 semester at St. Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. Wells, class of 2015, is a business major. Gipson, class of 2016, is a nursing major.
Neil MacKenzie of Brandon was Jessica Sturtevant of Vergennes awarded a bachelor of arts degree received a bachelor of arts degree in from Connecticut College May 19. communication from Marist College He majored in biological sciences. the weekend of May 24. Steel White of Weybridge re- Rebecca Werner of Granville cently graduated from Choate Rose- SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. graduated from Quinnipiac Univer- mary Hall. This spring he earned All — The following local students re- sity in Hamden, Conn. She received Western New England distinction as ceived a degree from Skidmore Col- a bachelor of science degree in a defenseman on the school’s Divi- health science/occupational therapy. sion I lacrosse team and was selected lege on May 18: Eli Cohen of Middlebury received to play in the Western New England a BA degree. Luke Mathewson of Ferrisburgh All Star lacrosse game. He was a Sonia Hare of Middlebury re- graduated from Beloit College on co-winner of the team’s Coaches’ ceived a BS degree cum laude. May 12 with a bachelor of arts de- Award for Dedication, Enthusiasm AURORA SCHOOL FOURTH-GRADER Mia Thebodo hikes on the Trail Anna Tracht of Middlebury re- gree. Also, he was named to the and Team Spirit. Around Middlebury on May 18. Thebodo, with her parents, alumna sis- ceived a BA degree summa cum dean’s list for the spring 2013 se- White will attend St. Lawrence ter and even the family dog, hiked over 16 miles of the TAM as part of laude. mester. University in the fall. the school’s annual fundraiser/cleanup event.
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Aurora School students clean up, walk the TAM MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury’s Aurora School held its eighth annual Trail Around Middlebury cleanup and fundraiser on Saturday, May 18. For this event, the school walks the entire Trail Around Middlebury and picks up trash along the way. Twenty-one students participated along with teachers, families, alum- ni and even one pet. Eleven students, ranging from second to sixth grade, walked the whole TAM, hiking over 16 miles. The school calculates that
the whole group effort logged 350 miles. While walking, the school collected eight garbage bags of trash. This year, both participation and VSLULWV ZHUH KLJK 6FKRRO RI¿FLDOV say the trail and weather condi- tions were great and fundraising ef- forts went well. The students raised $1,500 for the school through pledg- es and donations, much of it given by their Middlebury neighbors. The PRQH\ JRHV WRZDUGV IXQGLQJ ¿HOG WULSVDQG¿QDQFLDODLG
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Chimney Point to offer new hands-on programs ADDISON Â â€” Â At Â the Â Chimney Â lor. Â The Â previous Â yearâ€™s Â dirty Â and Â Point Â State Â Historic Â Site Â in Â Addi-Â threadbare Â coat Â was Â mended Â and Â son, Â site Â interpreter Â Karl Â turned, Â which Â means Â Crannell Â on Â Saturday, Â The previous taking Â the Â coat Â apart Â and Â June Â 15, Â will Â offer Â the Â yearâ€™s dirty reassembling Â it Â with Â the Â ÂżUVW RI WKUHH KDQGVRQ and threadclean Â side Â of Â the Â cloth Â monthly Â third Â Saturday Â facing Â out. Â The Â new Â coat Â programs, Â â€œBlast Â from Â bare coat was Â worn Â only Â on Â spe-Â the Â Past: Â How Â They Â was mended cial Â occasions, Â while Â the Â Made Â It Â in Â New Â France.â€? Â and turned, old Â coat Â became Â part Â of Â The Â program Â runs Â be-Â which means the Â soldierâ€™s Â everyday Â tween Â 1:30 Â and Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â taking the dress. Juneâ€™s Â program Â looks Â at Â Using Â a Â completely Â coat apart the Â French Â soldiers Â who Â cut-Âapart Â coat, Â Cran-Â served Â at Â the Â French Â fort Â and reassem- nell Â will Â demonstrate Â at Â Chimney Â Point Â in Â the Â bling it with the Â techniques Â used Â by Â 1730s Â and Â their Â clothing. the clean side 18th-Âcentury Â tailors Â to Â The Â French Â soldiers Â of the cloth WUDQVIRUP DQ LOOÂżWWLQJ were Â issued Â a Â white Â facing out. coat Â into Â something Â a Â coat Â as Â part Â of Â their Â an-Â French Â soldier Â would Â nual Â clothing Â allowance. Â be Â proud Â to Â wear. Â Visi-Â Before Â they Â could Â wear Â their Â new Â tors Â will Â be Â invited Â to Â try Â their Â hand Â FRDWVWKH\KDGWREHÂżWWHGE\DWDL-Â at Â hand-Âsewing Â and Â some Â might Â be Â
asked Â to Â try Â on Â parts Â of Â the Â coat Â to Â VHH KRZ LW ÂżWV &UDQQHOO DOVR ZLOO discuss Â some Â of Â the Â recent Â archaeo-Â ORJLFDO ÂżQGLQJV DQG ZKDW WKH\ WHOO us Â about Â the Â long Â and Â important Â French Â history Â at Â Chimney Â Point. The Â July Â 20 Â program Â will Â focus Â on Â military Â engineering. The Â Chimney Â Point Â State Â Historic Â
Site Â is Â located Â at Â 8149 Â VT Â Route Â 17, Â at Â the Â foot Â of Â the Â new Â Lake Â Cham-Â plain Â Bridge. Â It Â presents Â the Â history Â of Â the Â three Â earliest Â cultures Â here Â â€” Â Native Â American, Â French Â Colonial, Â and Â early Â American. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â 2412 Â for Â information. Â Admission Â is Â $3 Â for Â adults Â and Â free Â for Â children Â under Â 15. Â The Â site Â is Â open Â Wednes-Â
days Â through Â Sundays Â and Â Monday Â holidays Â through Â Oct.14, Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â to Â 5 Â p.m. For Â information Â about Â Vermontâ€™s Â State-ÂOwned Â Historic Â Sites, Â visit: Â http://historicsites.vermont.gov. Â Join Â the Â Vermont Â State Â Historic Â Sites Â conversation Â on Â Facebook. Â
Vergennes Â Lions Â Club Â to KROGEHQHÂżWSRUNULEVDOH VERGENNES Â â€” Â At Â the Â June Â 5 Â meeting Â of Â the Â Vergennes Â Lions Â Club, Â it Â was Â announced Â that Â there Â is Â a Â rib Â sale Â starting Â immediately, Â for Â delivery Â on Â June Â 25. Â This Â sale Â is Â another Â way Â the Â club Â raises Â some Â of Â its Â $30,000 Â in Â funds Â for Â community Â needs Â each Â year. The Â various Â options Â are: Â (1) Â Pl-Â umrose Â pork Â baby Â back Â ribs Â with Â smoky Â BBQ Â sauce Â containing Â 15 Â one-Âpound Â packages Â per Â case Â for Â
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Friday, June 14 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â from Â the Â Vermont Â Â Media Â Exchange Â (VMX) Â 5 Â a.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Meeting Â 6:45 Â a.m. Â Legislative Â Breakfast Â (June Â 3) 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 Â 11:47 Â a.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Meeting 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 Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 6 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 6:15 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Meeting Â 10 Â p.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 11 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Saturday, June 15 Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Meeting Â 8 Â a.m. Â Midd Â Energy Â Update 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 Â 11:47 Â a.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Contractorsâ€™ Â Meeting Â 12:47 Â p.m. Â Legislative Â Breakfast Â (June Â 3) 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 Legislative Â Breakfast Â (June Â 3) Â 7 Â p.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Meeting Â (June Â 4) Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â Salaam Â Shalom Â 11:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs Sunday, June 16 Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs 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 Midd Â Energy Â Update 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 3 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Veterans Â for Â Peace Â 4 Â p.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service
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Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board 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 Legislative Â Breakfast Â (June Â 3) Â 10 Â p.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Veterans Â for Â Peace Â 11:30 Â p.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Meeting Monday, June 17 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/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 Â 6 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Legislative Â Breakfast Â (June Â 3) Â 7:15 Â p.m. Â Railroad Â Bridges Â Meeting METV Channel 16 Tuesday, June 11 Â 5 Â a.m. Â Memorial Â Day Â Parade Â Middlebury Â 6 Â a.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Middlebury Â Wind Â Ensemble Â Spring Â Concert Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â 12:45 Â p.m. Â ID-Â4 Â Board Â 5 Â p.m. Â DO Â Bird Â Banding Â Â (from Â VPT Â Outdoor Â Journal) Â 5:10 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â College Â Environmental Â Â Â Colloquium Â (MCEC) Â 6 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â Â 9 Â p.m. Â At Â the Â Ilsley: Â Talk Â on Â Palestine Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â Graduation Â Wednesday, June 12 Â 5 Â a.m. Â PAHCC Â Board Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Local Â Performance Â 10 Â a.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 11:30 Â a.m. Â ID-Â4 Â Board Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 5 Â p.m. Â MCEC Â 5:50 Â p.m. Â DO Â Bird Â Banding Â Â (from Â VPT Â Outdoor Â Journal)
Â 6 Â p.m. Â MUHS Â Graduation Â 8 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 11:30 Â p.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Thursday, June 13 Â 5 Â a.m. Â MUHS Â Graduation Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â 12:45 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 1:15 Â p.m. Â At Â the Â Ilsley: Â Talk Â on Â Palestine Â 4 Â p.m. Â MCEC Â 5 Â p.m. Â Local Â Performance Â 9:30 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 10 Â p.m. Â Studio Â 104: Â St. Â Patrickâ€™s Â Day Â Concert Friday/Saturday, June 14/15 Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â Local Â Performance Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â DO Â Bird Â Banding Â Â (from Â VPT Â Outdoor Â Journal) Â 6:45 Â a.m. Â PAHCC Â Board Â 9 Â a.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 10:30 Â a.m. Â ID-Â4 Â 3 Â p.m. Â From Â the Â College Â (MCEC) Â 4 Â p.m. Â At Â the Â Ilsley Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 6 Â p.m. Â MUHS Â Graduation Â 8 Â p.m. Â From Â the Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Sunday, June 16 Â 6 Â a.m. Â From Â the Â College Â 9 Â a.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Gund Â Institute Â 10:30 Â a.m. Â First Â Wednesday Â Noon Â From Â the Â College Â (MCEC) Â 4 Â p.m. Â At Â the Â Ilsley Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â From Â the Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â 11:30 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â Midnight Â Festival Â on-Âthe-ÂGreen Â Monday, June 17 Â 5:30 Â a.m. Â PAHCC Â Board Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â 12:45 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 4 Â p.m. Â First Â Wednesday Â 7 Â p.m. Â ID-Â4 Â Board Â 11 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 11:30 Â p.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education
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Lunches (Continued Â from Â Page Â 3) Five Â Town Â Area. Â Alexander Â has Â a Â long-Âstanding Â relationship Â with Â Addison Â Northwest Â schools, Â and Â free Â meals Â will Â be Â offered Â at Â two Â locations Â in Â Ver-Â gennes Â this Â Â summer. â€œ(ANeSU) Â works Â cooperatively Â with Â Vergennes Â to Â make Â sure Â that Â the Â whole Â county Â is Â covered,â€? Â said Â Alexander, Â noting Â that Â a Â free Â summer Â meals Â program Â run Â out Â of Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â covers Â the Â Middlebury Â area. ANeSUâ€™s Â free Â summer Â lunch Â program Â has Â part-Â
County Â Summer Â Meal Â Drop-Âin Â Locations: nered Â with Â area Â summer Â recreation Â camps, Â where Â children Â have Â to Â be Â enrolled Â to Â have Â lunch, Â but Â also Â will Â host Â ample Â â€œdrop-Âinâ€? Â locations Â (see Â list). Those Â who Â stop Â in Â for Â lunch Â can Â expect Â a Â va-Â riety Â of Â healthy Â and Â kid-Âfriendly Â options, Â includ-Â ing Â sandwiches, Â fresh Â fruits Â and Â vegetables Â and Â varied Â creative Â dishes Â (a Â popular Â one Â last Â summer Â was Â the Â chicken Â fajita Â salad.) â€œItâ€™s Â a Â great Â program,â€? Â Alexander Â said. Â â€œOur Â staff Â loves Â to Â do Â it Â and Â people Â love Â to Â know Â itâ€™s Â there. Â People Â depend Â on Â it.â€?
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ersâ€™ Â markets Â and Â outside Â public Â ven-Â ues Â in Â Cornwall. Â All Â of Â the Â proceeds Â from Â the Â book Â will Â be Â donated Â to Â Save Â The Â Children. Â Book Â purchasers Â DUHLQYLWHGWRYRWHRQDVSHFLÂżFDLG project Â for Â African Â children, Â from Â such Â options Â as Â giving Â a Â goat, Â send-Â ing Â an Â orphan Â to Â school, Â and Â provid-Â ing Â ready-Âto-Âuse Â food Â and Â mosquito Â netting. Giles Â is Â proud Â of Â her Â young Â charge. â€œI Â have Â to Â say, Â this Â little Â girl Â has Â such Â compassion Â for Â this Â project Â and Â for Â understanding Â what Â it Â is Â that Â children Â go Â through, Â that Â some Â donâ€™t Â have Â clean Â water Â and Â arenâ€™t Â able Â to Â go Â to Â school Â and Â do Â the Â things Â we Â can Â do,â€? Â Giles Â said. As Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â went Â to Â press Â on Â Friday, Â book Â sales Â had Â ex-Â ceeded Â $200. Â Most Â of Â the Â purchasers Â
BINGHAM Â MEMORIAL Â SCHOOL Â third-Âgrade Â teacher Â Janne Â Giles Â helped Â student Â Sarah Â Holmes Â with Â her Â cookbook Â project.
Cookbook (Continued Â from Â Page Â 3) â€œThis Â makes Â me Â feel Â sad,â€? Â she Â wrote Â in Â her Â letter. Â â€œWhat Â would Â it Â be Â like Â if Â I Â was Â a Â child Â in Â Africa? Â I Â want Â to Â help Â and Â I Â hope Â you Â do, Â too.â€? The Â class Â became Â even Â more Â in-Â spired Â to Â help Â following Â a Â personal Â visit Â by Â Dr. Â Charles Â F. Â MacCormack, Â former Â president Â and Â CEO Â of Â Save Â The Â Children, Â and Â a Â Middlebury Â Col-Â lege Â student Â from Â the Â African Â nation Â of Â Burundi. Â Save Â The Â Children Â assists Â children Â in Â Africa. She Â asked Â each Â student Â to Â consult Â with Â their Â folks Â and Â return Â with Â a Â fa-Â vorite Â dinner Â and Â dessert Â recipe. Before Â too Â long, Â she Â had Â received Â more Â than Â 30 Â recipes Â â€” Â and Â weâ€™re Â not Â talking Â about Â pedestrian Â fare. The Â little Â book Â outlines Â the Â ingredi-Â ents Â and Â cooking Â directions Â for Â com-Â
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to Â date Â have Â been Â studentsâ€™ Â families, Â though Â Sarah Â sold Â some Â additional Â copies Â at Â her Â older Â sisterâ€™s Â lacrosse Â game Â in Â Middlebury. Sarah Â is Â eager Â to Â try Â some Â of Â the Â recipes, Â especially Â a Â chocolate Â crepes Â dish Â submitted Â by Â one Â of Â her Â class-Â mates. And Â Sarahâ€™s Â classmates Â are Â also Â enthused Â about Â the Â project. Julia Â Bartlett, Â 9, Â submitted Â recipes Â for Â coconut Â curry Â cashew Â soup, Â key Â lime Â pie Â and Â homemade Â rolls. Â She Â KRSHVSHRSOHZLOOÂżQGWKHIRRGWDVW\ and Â the Â cause Â worthwhile. â€œI Â wanted Â to Â contribute Â to Â help Â save Â children Â in Â Africa,â€? Â Julia Â said. The Â cookbook Â assignment Â carried Â special Â meaning Â for Â classmate Â Solo-Â mon Â Wells, Â also Â 9. Â Solomon Â was Â born Â in Â Ethiopia.
â€œIt Â felt Â pretty Â good Â helping Â a Â place Â I Â was Â born Â in,â€? Â said Â Solomon, Â who Â offered Â recipes Â for Â chickpea Â curry, Â and Â mangos Â and Â sticky Â rice. Sarahâ€™s Â mom, Â Jessica Â Holmes, Â gave Â a Â lot Â of Â credit Â to Â Giles Â for Â help-Â ing Â make Â the Â cookbook Â a Â reality. â€œJanne Â is Â truly Â one Â of Â those Â teach-Â ers Â you Â wish Â every Â child Â could Â have Â â€” Â passionate, Â caring, Â creative Â and Â wonderfully Â generous Â with Â her Â time,â€? Â Jessica Â Holmes Â said. Â â€œWe Â will Â be Â for-Â ever Â grateful Â for Â her Â energy Â and Â the Â efforts Â she Â made Â in Â turning Â Sarahâ€™s Â desires Â into Â a Â reality. Â The Â project Â would Â not Â have Â happened Â without Â her Â support Â and Â encouragement.â€? Meanwhile, Â Sarah Â will Â continue Â to Â promote Â the Â cookbook. â€œ(Sales) Â are Â getting Â better Â than Â I Â ever Â hoped,â€? Â she Â said.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â SATURDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â Middlebury 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 Begin-Â ners 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.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Step Â Meet-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALTEEN Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â Point, Â 228 Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting 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.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY 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 Marble-Â works, 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). ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meet-Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Meth-Â odist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â Discussion 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 Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Big Â Book Â Meeting 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. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY 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 Discussion 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.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â VERGENNES Â MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Dis-Â cussion 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 ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â Mon-Â PM, Â at Â the Â Congregational Â day, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meeting Â Church, Â Water Â St. 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â NORTH Â FERRISBURGH Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd. MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â Daily Â Reflections Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â PM, Â at Â the Â United Â Methodist Â BRANDON Â MEETINGS: Â Church, Â Old Â Hollow Â Rd. Monday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â ARE Â YOU Â BOTHERED Â by Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â someoneâ€™s Â drinking? Â Whatever Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â your Â problems, Â there Â are Â those Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â of Â us Â who Â have Â had Â them Â too. Â St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â We Â invite Â you Â to Â our Â Opening Â RT Â 7 Â South. Our Â Hearts Â Womenâ€™s Â Al-ÂAnon Â group, Â meeting Â every Â Wednes-Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â day Â at Â 7:15 Â pm Â upstairs Â at Â BRISTOL Â MEETINGS: Â Sun-Â St.Stephenâ€™s Â on Â the Â Green Â in Â day, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â Middlebury. 4:00-Â5:00 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting 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.
Seeking COSA (Circle Of Support and Accountability) Volunteers Addison County Court Diversion and Community Justice Projects is looking for concerned, committed community members to make a difference in the lives of individuals convicted of serious offenses. Volunteers are fully trained and work in teams of 3-5 to support an offender who has been released from prison to successfully re-enter the community. They meet weekly to encourage the individual in his/her effort to repair relationships, manage everyday living and commit no further offenses. For more inforeYlagfYZgml`golgkmhhgjl;GK9keakkagflg]f`Yf community safety, please call 388-7044.
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Everybody Â Wins! Â reading Â mentoring Â program, Â at Â the Â Salisbury Â Com-Â munity Â School. Â Â She Â mentors Â a Â second Â grade Â student Â in Â a Â weekly Â session Â of Â reading Â together Â in Â the Â school Â library. Â Â When Â asked Â what Â she Â enjoys Â most Â about Â Everybody Â Wins!, Â Suki Â says: Â Â â€œI Â love Â being Â a Â mentor Â on Â a Â one-Âon-Âone Â basis Â in Â this Â thoughtfully Â implemented Â program. Â Â It Â is Â an Â honor Â and Â a Â pleasure Â to Â get Â to Â know Â this Â wonderful Â young Â person Â as Â well Â as Â to Â share Â our Â mutual Â enthusiasm Â for Â reading Â and Â how Â that Â enhances Â our Â lives.â€? Â Â Thank Â you Â so Â much, Â Suki.
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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 experi-Â ence Â in Â a Â safe, Â secure Â and Â confidential Â environment. Â Meets Â monthly Â on Â the Â sec-Â ond 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 information, Â contact Â Beth Â Diamond Â 802-Â388-Â9505. IS Â LIFE Â FEELING Â like Â a Â con-Â stant Â struggle? Â In Â addition Â to Â taking Â over Â your Â life Â and Â who Â you Â are Â as Â a Â person? Â Do Â you Â remember Â when Â the Â simplest Â things Â could Â make Â you Â happy? Â If Â you Â said Â yes, Â come Â to Â the Â Turningpoint Â Center Â of Â Addison Â County Â for Â â€œLife Â in Â Transitionâ€?. Â These Â recovery Â meetings Â are Â for Â young Â adults, Â ages Â 16-Â25, Â with Â any Â kind Â of Â addiction. Â Meetings Â on Â Mondays Â and Â Fridays, Â 4-Â5 Â pm, Â at Â the Â center Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Â Our Â support Â system Â will Â help Â you Â make Â a Â difference Â in Â your Â life. Â Stop Â in, Â even Â if Â it Â is Â just Â to Â talk. Â Itâ€™s Â your Â life, Â choose Â how Â youâ€™re Â going Â to Â live Â it. 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 Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library, Â 1:00pm. Â 40 Â North Â Street, Â Bris-Â tol. Â For Â info Â call: Â 802-Â453-Â2368 Â or Â 802-Â388-Â7081. OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â TUESDAYS Â at Â Turn-Â ing Â Point Â Center, Â 5:15pm. Â Marble Â Works, Â Middlebury. Â For Â info Â call: Â 802-Â352-Â4525 Â or Â 802-Â388-Â7081.
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Public Â Meetings 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 irregu-Â larly 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 Middlebury. 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 sup-Â porter, 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.
Services 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.
FREE Â CAST Â IRON Â TUB: Â In Â DRIVERS Â WANTED-Â Â VER-Â good Â shape. Â You Â come Â and Â get Â GENNES: Â Local Â Food Â service Â it. Â 802-Â989-Â8363. company Â seeking Â drivers Â for Â im-Â mediate Â start. Â Applicants Â must Â FREE Â MANURE Â AVAILABLE Â be Â available Â to Â drive Â Sunday Â from Â locally Â raised Â rabbits. Â and Â Monday. Â CDL Â not Â required. Â Please Â call Â Mo Â at Â 802-Â349-Â8040. Clean Â driving Â record Â required. Â Services Services Driving Â experience Â a Â plus. Â Must Â C&I Â DRYWALL. Â Hanging, Â tap-Â MELISSAâ€™S Â QUALITY Â CLEAN-Â be Â capable Â of Â loading Â and Â un-Â ing Â and Â skim Â coat Â plastering. Â ING Â Services. Â Residential Â and Â loading Â bins. Â Good Â customer Â Garage Â Sales Also Â tile. Â Call Â Joe Â 802-Â234-Â5545. commercial. Â Fully Â insured. Â service Â skills, Â problem Â solving Â Great Â rates. Â Reliable Â and Â thor-Â ability Â and Â attention Â to Â detail Â CHAIN Â SAW Â CHAINS Â sharp-Â ough Â cleaning. Â 802-Â345-Â6257. critical. Â Please Â email Â resume Â ened. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095. GARAGE Â SALE. Â CORNWALL. Â and Â references Â to Â info@graze-Â Saturday. Â 8:30am-Ânoon. Â Lots Â of Â delivered.com Â .
COLLEGE Â GRAD Â AVAILABLE Â for Â babysitting, Â dog Â walking, Â driving Â / Â transportation, Â and Â help Â with Â parties. Â Certified Â EMT, Â certi-Â fied Â bartender. Â 203-Â570-Â7994.
NOW Â IS Â THE Â TIME Â to Â schedule Â your Â lawn Â mowing. Â Call Â for Â free Â estimate. Â We Â also Â offer: Â brush Â trimming, Â hedge Â trimming, Â pow-Â er Â washing, Â light Â trucking, Â small Â carpentry Â jobs Â and Â repairs. Â Con-Â crete Â pads, Â sidewalks; Â new Â and Â repairs. Â 10% Â off Â all Â work Â for Â senior Â citizens. Â Geneâ€™s Â Property Â Management, Â Leicester, Â Vt. Â 802-Â349-Â6579. Â Fully Â insured.
CONSTRUCTION: Â ADDI-Â TIONS, Â RENOVATIONS, Â new Â construction, Â drywall, Â carpentry, Â painting, Â flooring, Â roofing. Â All Â aspects Â of Â construction, Â also Â property Â maintenance. Â Steven Â PAINTING Â / Â WALL Â PAPERING. Â Fifield Â 802-Â989-Â0009. Looking Â for Â a Â quick Â and Â afford-Â able Â way Â to Â make Â your Â home Â look Â fresh? Â We Â now Â have Â a Â pro-Â fessional Â painter Â / Â paper Â hanger Â DEVELOPMENTAL Â HOME Â on Â staff. Â Raymond Â Renovation Â PROVIDER Â for Â live-Âin Â client Â & Â New Â Construction, Â LLC. Â Mark Â or Â respite Â care. Â 36 Â years Â ex-Â Raymond. Â 802-Â388-Â0742. perience. Â State Â background Â check Â completed. Â State Â Agency Â PORTABLE Â SAW Â MILL. Â Saw-Â and Â past Â client Â family Â refer-Â ing Â of Â your Â logs Â and Â timbers. Â ences Â provided. Â Call Â Doreen Â 802-Â989-Â9170. at Â 802-Â247-Â4409.
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household Â items. GARAGE Â SALE: Â SATUR-Â DAY Â 6/15, Â Federated Â Church. Â North Â St., Â Bristol. Â 8am-Â3pm. Â Lots Â of Â stuff Â from Â A Â to Â Z. Â Info Â 802-Â453-Â2420. LARGE Â GARAGE Â SALE. Â Tools Â and Â hardware. Â Many Â more Â items. Â Call Â 520-Â869-Â4092 Â for Â details. LAWN Â SALE. Â SATURDAY, Â June Â 15, Â 9am-Â3pm. Â Wide Â va-Â riety Â of Â useful Â items. Â 48 Â North Â Pleasant Â St., Â Middlebury. ORWELL, Â RAIN Â OR Â SHINE: Â 6/15-Â6/16, Â 9am-Â3pm. Â 3 Â Route Â 73, Â West. Â Array Â of Â items Â for Â sale. SALISBURY; Â ROUTE Â 7, Â across Â from Â the Â fire Â station. Â Yard Â Sale, Â Friday, Â Saturday, Â Sunday. Â May Â 14, Â 15, Â 16. Â 9am-Â5pm. Â House-Â hold Â items. Â Adult Â and Â childrenâ€™s Â clothing. Â Toys, Â tools Â and Â lots Â more.
SHARED Â LIVING Â PROVID-Â ER: Â Man Â with Â developmental Â disability Â / Â Aspergers Â in Â early Â 20s Â seeking Â home Â in Â central Â to Â northern Â Addison Â County. Â Ideal Â match Â would Â be Â a Â single Â person Â or Â active Â couple. Â He Â enjoys Â spending Â time Â in Â Burl-Â ington, Â sporting Â events, Â biking, Â the Â beach Â and Â eating Â out. Â He Â is Â friendly, Â talkative Â and Â has Â a Â part Â time Â job. Â Eventually Â wants Â his Â own Â apartment Â and Â need Â support Â to Â develop Â independent Â living Â skills. Â Annual Â tax-Âfree Â sti-Â pend Â of Â $22,000 Â plus Â room Â and Â board Â payment Â of Â around Â $6000 Â and Â respite Â budget. Â Call Â Rocky Â Fucile Â at Â Community Â Associates Â 802-Â388-Â4021. CAR Â WASHER: Â Saratoga Â Springs, Â NY. Â Part Â Time. Â Apply Â Online Â www.go.enterprise.com. Â EOE Â / Â MFDV.
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DAIRY Â CATTLE Â FEEDER. Â Full Â time Â position. Â Health Â in-Â surance Â and Â retirement Â plan. Â Pay Â based Â on Â experience. Â Valid Â driverâ€™s Â license Â required. Â Kay-Â hart Â Brothers, Â Addison. Â Call Â Tim Â 802-Â3496676 Â or Â Steve Â 802-Â349-Â6906.
EARN Â $50.00: Â PARTICIPA-Â TION Â in Â â€œFocus Â groupâ€? Â on Â Saturday Â July Â 20, Â 2013 Â from Â 10am Â until Â 2pm. Â Must Â hold Â valid Â driverâ€™s Â license, Â be Â a Â resident Â of Â Addison Â County Â and Â be Â over Â the Â age Â of Â 18. Â To Â be Â held Â in Â Middlebury, Â VT. Â Please Â call Â toll Â free Â at Â 877-Â611-Â9622 Â or Â email: Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â Space Â is Â limited.
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Resident Centered, Locally Governed Professionally Managed by Wake Robin Part Time Staff Nurse Our Â nursing Â team Â is Â key Â to Â creating Â a Â comfortable Â and Â safe Â home Â for Â the Â residents Â of Â EastView. Â Â This Â professional Â health Â care Â position Â provides Â direct Â nursing Â care Â to Â meet Â the Â needs Â of Â the Â residents, Â and Â works Â under Â general Â supervision Â from Â the Â Residential Â Care Â Services Â Director. Â Â Primary Â responsibilities Â include Â supervision Â of Â assigned Â aides, Â performance Â of Â skilled Â treatments Â and Â procedures, Â and Â assisting Â the Â Residential Â Care Â Services Â Director Â with Â oversight Â of Â activities Â of Â daily Â living, Â family/social Â concerns Â and Â FRPSOHWLRQ RI DOO QHFHVVDU\ SDSHUZRUN DQG KHDOWK FDUH SODQV 4XDOLÂżHG FDQGLGDWHV will Â have Â an Â Associates Â Degree Â in Â Nursing, Â Bachelorâ€™s Â degree Â preferred, Â with Â current Â 9HUPRQWOLFHQVHDV5HJLVWHUHG1XUVHDQGDPLQLPXPRIWKUHH\HDUVRIVLJQLÂżFDQWO\UH-Â sponsible Â clinical Â experience Â in Â a Â long-Âterm Â care Â setting Â or Â an Â equivalent Â combination Â of Â education Â and Â experience. Â Â 3 Â shifts Â per Â week Â including Â weekends Â and Â holidays. Â Â Hours Â FDQEHĂ€H[LEOH Part Time Concierge The Â Concierge Â serves Â as Â the Â welcoming Â â€œfaceâ€? Â of Â EastView. Â Through Â gracious Â hospitality Â DQGDWWHQWLYHQHVVWKH&RQFLHUJHUHĂ€HFWVWKHYDOXHVDQGLPDJHRI(DVW9LHZWRRXUFRP-Â munityâ€™s Â residents Â and Â guests. Â S/he Â is Â responsible Â for Â all Â front Â desk Â functions Â including Â processing Â calls, Â receiving Â guests Â and Â residents, Â providing Â assistance Â and Â information Â relevant Â to Â the Â community, Â overseeing Â reservations Â for Â programs, Â transportation Â and Â GLQLQJDQGJHQHUDODGPLQLVWUDWLYHDVVLVWDQFHDQGPDLOGXWLHV4XDOLÂżHGFDQGLGDWHVZLOO have Â a Â High Â school Â diploma Â or Â equivalent, Â a Â minimum Â of Â 2 Â years Â of Â professional Â hospital-Â LW\H[SHULHQFHVROLGFRPSXWHUVNLOOV0LFURVRIW2IÂżFHDQG4XLFNERRNV DQGH[SHULHQFH managing Â multi-Âline Â phone Â systems. Â Â Evenings, Â weekends, Â and Â holidays Â required. Â Â Business Operations Assistant The Â Business Â Operations Â Assistant Â supports Â the Â daily Â business Â activities Â of Â EastView. Â Duties Â include Â payroll, Â purchasing, Â accounts Â payable/receivable, Â staff Â recruitment, Â ben-Â HÂżWVDGPLQLVWUDWLRQDQGFOHULFDOVXSSRUWZKHQUHTXHVWHG:HVHHNFDQGLGDWHVZLWKD minimum Â of Â 2-Âyears Â of Â related Â administrative Â support Â experience Â with Â a Â focus Â on Â HR/ ÂżQDQFLDOFOHULFDOUHVSRQVLELOLWLHVDVWURQJVHQVHRIFXVWRPHUVHUYLFHDQGDQXQZDYHU-Â LQJFRPPLWPHQWWRFRQÂżGHQWLDOLW\3UHYLRXVH[SHULHQFHZLWK0LFURVRIWRIÂżFHSURGXFWV LQFOXGLQJVSUHDGVKHHWVDQG4XLFNERRNVH[SHULHQFH:HVHHNFDQGLGDWHVZKRFDQVXF-Â cessfully Â balance Â multi-Âtasking Â with Â strong Â attention Â to Â detail. For Â more Â information Â about Â EastView Â at Â Middlebury, Â go Â to: www.eastviewmiddlebury.com Interested Â candidates Â please Â email Â your Â resume Â and Â cover Â letter Â to: Â email@example.com or Â mail Â to: Â EastView at Middlebury 100 Eastview Terrace Middlebury, VT 05753 Â Â Â EOE
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LOOKING Â FOR Â ALL Â shifts Â for Â a Â loving Â and Â kind Â person Â to Â care Â for Â seniors Â in Â a Â home Â atmosphere. Â Holistically Â we Â incorporate Â organic Â nutrition, Â integrative Â medicine Â and Â a Â wide Â variety Â of Â fun Â activities. Â LNA Â or Â equivalent Â is Â desired. Â If Â you Â are Â a Â team Â player Â and Â reli-Â able Â please Â send Â your Â resume: Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
FULL Â TIME Â NURSE Â position: Â Seeking Â full-Âtime Â experienced Â and Â dynamic Â LPN Â or Â Medical Â Assistant Â to Â join Â our Â fast Â paced Â team. Â Work Â one-Âon-Âone Â with Â a Â doctor. Â Job Â includes Â room-Â ing Â patients, Â giving Â injections, Â EKGs, Â venipuncture Â and Â triag-Â ing Â phone Â calls. Â Electronic Â medi-Â cal Â record Â experience Â a Â plus Â but Â will Â train Â the Â right Â person. Â Com-Â petitive Â salary Â benefits Â included. Â Position Â is Â 3.5 Â days Â per Â week. Â Send Â resume Â and Â references Â to: Â Middlebury Â Family Â Health, Â Attn: Â Stacy Â Ladd, Â Practice Â Adminis-Â trator, Â 44 Â Collins Â Drive, Â Suite Â 201, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753 Â Fax: Â 38804 Â 41.
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Assistant Cook Position Salisbury Community School seeks a part-time (about 20 hours per week) Assistant Cook for the breakfast and lunch programs. Responsibilities include food preparation, serving students and lunchroom/kitchen clean-up. Send letter of application and three current letters of references to: Dr. Conley, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 E.O.E
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Agri-ÂMark Â has Â a Â full-Âtime Â immediate Â opening Â for Â a Â PLC Â Techni-Â cian Â to Â work Â in Â our Â Middlebury, Â VT Â facility. Â Â Flexible Â work Â sched-Â ule Â required, Â including Â working Â nights, Â weekends, Â and Â holidays. Â The Â PLC Â Technician Â will Â maintain Â and Â troubleshoot Â PLC Â control Â systems, Â motor Â controls Â and Â VFDâ€™s, Â instrumentation, Â pneumat-Â ics, Â networks, Â and Â production Â plant Â equipment. Â Â Must Â be Â able Â to Â carry Â out Â routine, Â scheduled Â and Â emergency Â repairs Â in Â a Â timely Â manner;Íž Â able Â to Â read Â and Â interpret Â machine Â manuals, Â including Â diagrams Â and Â drawings;Íž Â and Â able Â to Â work Â both Â independently Â and Â as Â a Â team Â member. Â The Â candidate Â must Â have Â an Â accessible Â home Â telephone Â or Â cell Â phone, Â a Â dependable Â vehicle, Â and Â work-Â related Â hand Â tools Â and Â meter. Â Â Strong Â interpersonal, Â written Â and Â oral Â communication Â skills Â are Â a Â must, Â and Â the Â ability Â to Â regularly Â lift Â and Â carry Â up Â to Â 80 Â lbs. Â Â Position Â requires Â an Â associateâ€™s Â de-Â JUHH%DFKHORUÂśV'HJUHHSUHIHUUHG LQUHODWHGÂżHOGZLWK\HDUV of Â related Â experience. Agri-ÂMark Â offers Â a Â competitive Â starting Â wage Â and Â an Â excellent Â EHQHÂżWVSDFNDJH Apply Â in Â person, Â by Â email Â to Â email@example.com Â or Â send Â your Â resume Â with Â cover Â letter Â to: Â Â Â Â
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OFFICE / TECHNICIAN; VER- GENNES Large Animal Asso- ciates is looking for an outgo- ing, confident individual to join our staff. Duties include client contact, managing inventory, organizing farm visits for vet- erinarians, clerical duties and accounts payable / receivable. Technical duties include surgical instrument care, laboratory and some animal care opportuni- ties. Weekday hours. Computer skills required; word processing / Quick Books and knowledge of the dairy / livestock industry would be helpful. Vergennes Large Animal is a small, food and fiber animal exclusive vet- erinary practice. We maintain a supportive, friendly atmosphere of respect and encourage growth and lifelong learning. We would love to hear from you. Please forward your resume via mail@vergenneslargeanimal. com or mail to VLAA, 20 Main Street, Vergennes, VT 05491.
STAFFED LIVING: RESI- DENTIAL Instructor sought for home in Middlebury, supporting a woman in her 30’s with mild developmental disability. Most important skills are flexible think- ing and the ability to maintain personal boundaries. Support needed in learning emotion- al regulation, gaining home management skills, building friendships, developing interests outside the home and improving communication. 36 hours with one overnight, 3 days off per week. Comprehensive benefit package including on-site gym membership. Respond to CSAC HR, 89 Main Street, Middlebury VT 05753, 802-388-6751, ext. 425 or visit www.csac-vt.org .
MIDDLEBURY FAMILY SER- VICES is seeking people in- terested in becoming foster parents and / or weekend respite providers for children ages 8-18 who have various emotional and developmental challenges. Financial compensation, train- ing and support provided. If interested please call Bonnie at 388-4660.
PART TIME CAREGIVER for 13 year old disabled boy, Middlebury. Applicants must have child care experience, references, incredible patience, a strong back. Flexible hours. Criminal background check. Send resume: sstone7716@ gmail.com .
2004 30’ CEDAR CREEK 5th wheel camper. Bunkhouse, sleeps 8. Arctic package. Large slide-out and awning. Great condition. $13,900. 802-759-2238. 2008 CROSSROADS ZINGER 21’ Travel Trailer, loaded, used 4 days, pristine. Never cooked in! Room divider / queen bed, foldout couch. Dinette / bed, sleeps 6, MUST SEE! $12900. 802-989-6166.
1 BEDROOM apartment in Salisbury near Lake Dunmore. Super energy efficient. Bedroom and full bath on second floor. Eat-in kitchen with stove and refrigerator; and living room on first floor. Private basement with washer and dryer included. Available May 1. $800 / mo. plus utilities. Yard maintenance and snow plowing included. Secu- rity and references required. Non-smoking property. Abso- lutely no pets! 1 year lease required. 802-352-6678.
MO’S COUNTRY RABBITS: Fresh Rabbit Meat for sale. Average weight: 4-5 lbs. Charg- ing $14.00 per rabbit. Also sell- ing live adult rabbits, as well as baby rabbits for negotiable price. Many different breeds including “Giants”. May be seen by appointment. Call Mo O’Keefe at 802-349-8040. Great Meat. Great Pets. Great Prices.
WEYBRIDGE; 2 BEDROOM house, 1 bath. Sunporch / third MIDDLEBURY DOWNTOWN bedroom. Totally renovated. PROFESSIONAL Offices in W/D hookup. Wooded setting. condominium unit with recep- $1250 / monthly plus utilities. tion area. Utilities included, A/C, 802-989-0284. kitchenette, restroom, client’s parking. 802-462-3373, gisela@ shoreham.net .
MIDDLEBURY DUPLEX AVAILABLE: June 1 at 94 Wey- bridge Street: two bedrooms, small office, one bath, kitchen, THE BARREL MAN: 55 gal- living room. Shared front and lon Plastic and Metal barrels. back porch. Off street parking 4000 SQUARE FEET or less. Several types: 55 gallon rain for one car. No smoking. Pets Professional Office space in barrels with faucets, Food grade negotiable. $950 / month. Lawn Middlebury, multi- room, recep- with removable locking covers, mowing, plowing and water tionist desk. Ground level, park- plastic food grade with spin-on including. Email: stefunny@ ing, handicapped-accessible. covers (pickle barrels). Also, me.com . Available now. 802-558-6092. 275 gallon food grade totes $125 each. Delivery available. BRANDON 2 BR $650 + utili- ORWELL APARTMENT; 1 bedroom, single occupancy, 802-453-4235. ties. 802-773-9107 www.thefuc- in quiet family home, country cicompany.com . U S E D R E S TA U R A N T setting. $525 / mo. plus utilities. EQUIPMENT available. Call BRANDON: 1 BEDROOM No pets. First, last and security 802-388-4831. Apartment. Heat / hot water in- deposit. References. Evenings cluded. No pets. References. 802-948-2349. One year lease. First, Last, RIPTON TWO BEDROOM Vacation Rentals Security deposit. $675 / month. apartment. $600 / month plus 802-247-3708 Leave message. utilities. No pets. No smoking. PRIME PRIVATE LAKE BRISTOL OFFICE SPACE: Call 802-382-8567. Champlain location. Dates F i r s t F l o o r 2 / 3 r o o m s available: June 1- June 7, SELF STORAGE And Pal- Lights, heat included. Call Sept. 7- Sept. 28. For more let Storage Available. Call 802-349-6915. information, visit vermont- 802-453-5563. property.com web site. Un- MIDDLEBURY 1 BEDROOM der Lake Champlain Rent- apartment. heat and hot water. SELF-STORAGE, 8X10 units. als, Addison, Vermont; 3 BR Ground floor parking. Deposit Your lock and key, $50 / month. Lake House, listing 162. For $675, Rent $675 / month. Call Middlebury. 802-558-6092. further details or more pho- 802-388-1512. TWO- BAY GARAGE, de- tos, call 386-439-6934 or posit, references. Middlebury. BRANDON; QUIET NEIGH- 630-639-7457 or email ab- 802-558-6092. BORHOOD, completely reno- firstname.lastname@example.org . vated 2 bedroom apartment. VERGENNES: SPACIOUS 2 2 AND 3 BEDROOM vacation Heat and hot water included. No Bedroom. Downtown. $900 / rentals on Lake Dunmore. By pets. Lease, references, credit month includes heat and hot the week. 4-6 person maxi- check, first, last and security de- water. Off street garage park- mum. No smoking / no pets. posit. $875 / mo. 802-247-3708, ing. Please call 802-393-9080. All modern camps with most leave message. WEST ADDISON: 2 story, amenities. Starting at $1000 / MIDDLEBURY COMMER- furnished house on lakefront. week. 802-352-6678. CIALLY ZONED House with Washer, dryer. No smoking. ADDISON: LAKE CHAM- maximum exposure and access Available September through PLAIN waterfront camp. to Rt. 7 and Foote Street. Cur- May. 860-653-8112. Beautiful view, gorgeous sun- rently a physician’s office. Spa- sets, private beach, dock, cious parking. Handicap acces- rowboat and canoe included. sible. Available August 1. Please $600. weekly, or call for week- call Darcy at 802-388-9599. ends. 802-349-4212.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE: Cut, Split and Delivered. $225 per cord. Call Matt at 802-349-9142. FIREWOOD; CUT, SPLIT and delivered. Green or sea- soned. Call Tom Shepard, 802-453-4285. MOUNTAIN ROAD FIRE- WOOD. Green and dry avail- able. Oak, ash, maple, beech. Order now and save for next season. Cut, split and delivered. Call 802-759-2095.
It’s against the law to discriminate when advertising housing related activities.
2009 COACHMAN WYOMING Camper. Plush, Must see. Three slides. 802-388-6764.
Particularly on sites like Craigslist.
5 FT. CEDAR TREES for beautiful privacy hedges. $24.95 each. with free plant- ing. Call while supplies last. 518-570-0121.
And it’s easier to break the law than you might think. You can’t say “no children” or “adults only.” There is lots you can’t say. The federal government is watching for such discrimination.
A LARGE, “EARLY AMERI- CAN” Style dresser with a stain-proof top, recently updated with new hardware and lovely green drawer fonts. Matching mirror available. May also be YRC FREIGHT IS hiring PT used as a sideboard, $175. Casual Combo Drivers / Dock 802-545-2106. Workers! Burlington location. CDL-A w/ Combo and Hazmat, 1 year T/T exp, 21yoa required. EOE-M / F / D/V. Able to lift 65 lbs. req. APPLY: www.yrcfreight. com / careers.
Let us help you sift through the complexities of the Fair Housing Law. Stay legal. Stay on the right side of the nation’s Fair Housing Law. Call the Addison Independent at (802) 388-4944. Talk to our sales professionals.
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CLASSIFIEDS Real Â Estate
Att. Â Farmers
2 Â B E D R O O M Â C H A -Â LET-ÂSTYLE Â camp, Â com-Â pletely Â furnished, Â monitor Â heater, Â woodstove. Â South Â Lincoln Â on Â town Â road Â with Â year Â round Â access. Â Surveyed Â 21.99 Â acres, Â possible Â subdivi-Â sion. Â Water, Â power, Â broad-Â band, Â 1 Â acre Â pond. Â $499,900. Â 802-Â324-Â5177.
145 Â ACRES Â AVAILABLE Â for Â five Â year Â lease. Â Organic Â pre-Â ferred. Â $5500 Â per Â year. Â First Â and Â last Â year Â rent Â paid Â at Â sign-Â ing Â of Â contract. Â 619-Â208-Â2939. Â www.landwoodwater.com Â .
4 Â ACRE Â CORNWALL Â Hill-Â top Â building Â site Â with Â expan-Â sive Â view-Â Â Camelâ€™s Â Hump Â to Â Killington. Â Approved Â septic Â design. Â All Â permits Â on Â file. Â 220 Â acres Â also Â available. Â www.landwoodwater.com Â 619-Â208-Â2939. Â oppa6@ya-Â hoo.com Â .
ANTIQUE Â STARCRAFT Â 14 Â FT. Â 1957 Â Aluminum Â run Â about Â boat. Â Needs Â little Â cosmet-Â ics. Â 40hp Â Johnson. Â Runs Â excellent. Â Trailer, Â new Â tires, Â was Â asking Â $1000. Â First Â of-Â fer Â over Â $500 Â cash Â takes Â HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â First Â cut Â $3 Â it Â where Â it Â sits. Â Pretty Â boat. Â / Â square Â bale. Â Mike Â Quinn, Â 802-Â453-Â4235. end Â of Â South Â Munger Â Street, Â Middlebury. Â 802-Â388-Â7828. HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â Small Â square Â bales. Â First Â cut Â and Â mulch. Â Delivery Â available. Â Call Â for Â pricing. Â 802-Â453-Â4481, Â 8 0 2 -Â 3 4 9 -Â 9 2 8 1 , Â o r Â 802-Â989-Â1004.
2005 Â CHEVY Â IMPALA Â Se-Â NEW Â HOLLAND Â T1530-Â Â dan. Â Excellent Â condition. Â 68k, Â 250TL Â Loader, Â 200 Â hours. Â 4 Â DR, Â V6, Â 3.4L, Â FWD, Â A/C, Â LEICESTER, Â 6.8 Â ACRES, Â Winco Â PTO Â Generator. Â Call Â power Â L/W. Â $6800. Â Call Â Rob Â 802-Â425-Â3526. $59,000. Â Very Â nice Â building Â 802-Â247-Â6735. site Â surveyed, Â septic Â design Â SAWDUST; Â STORED Â AND Â FREE Â JUNK Â CAR Â REMOV-Â included. Â Ready Â to Â build Â undercover. Â Large Â tandem Â AL. Â Cash Â paid Â for Â some Â com-Â on, Â with Â all Â permits. Â Own-Â silage Â truck Â $600, Â delivered. Â plete Â cars. Â Call Â 388-Â0432 Â or Â er Â financing. Â Call Â Wayne Â Large Â single Â axle Â dump Â $250, Â 388-Â2209. 802-Â257-Â7076. delivered. Â Single Â axle Â dump Â MIDDLEBURY; Â INDUS-Â $185, Â delivered. Â Pick Â up Â and Â TRIAL Â PARK. Â Available Â 2 Â loading Â also Â available. Â Phone Â Trucks acres, Â lease Â or Â build Â to Â suit. Â order Â and Â credit Â cards Â accept-Â ed. Â 802-Â453-Â2226. Â Bagged Â 802-Â558-Â6092. 1997 Â GMC Â SONOMA, Â 4.3 Â shavings Â in Â stock. Â $5.50 Â per Â liter Â V-Â6. Â Needs Â battery. Â MOBILE Â HOME Â IN Â Bristol Â bag. $1500. Â Vehicle Â can Â be Â seen Â park. Â Renovated Â inside. Â 3BR, Â in Â Leicester. Â 518-Â637-Â5602. WANTED: Â TO Â PURCHASE Â full Â kitchen Â and Â bath, Â large Â living Â room. Â New Â furnace, Â from Â owner, Â open Â land, Â 20+ Â water Â heater, Â new Â roof Â and Â acres. Â 802-Â558-Â6092. trim Â boards. Â All Â appliances. Â Fenced Â in Â yard, Â outside Â needs Â painting. Â $17,000 Â firm. Â For Â ap-Â pointment, Â call Â 860-Â839-Â8019 Â after Â 2pm. NEW Â DISPLAY Â MODELS, Â Custom Â Modular Â Homes, Â Double Â Wides Â & Â Single Â Wides. Â No Â pressure Â sales Â staff. Â FactoryDirectHome-Â sofvt.com Â 600 Â Rt Â 7 Â Pittsford, Â VT Â 1-Â877-Â999-Â2555 Â tflan-Â email@example.com Â .
WHITNEYâ€™S Â CUSTOM Â FARM Â WORK. Â Pond Â agi-Â tating, Â liquid Â manure Â haul-Â ing, Â mouldboard Â plowing. Â 462-Â2755, Â John Â Whitney
Motorcycles 2001 Â HARLEY Â DAVIDSON Â Sportster Â Hugger Â 883. Â 4300 Â miles. Â Solo Â seat. Â HD Â leather Â saddlebags. Â Too Â many Â ex-Â tras Â to Â list. Â $4500 Â firm. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â6869, Â leave Â mes-Â sage.
RUSTIC Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â year Â round Â cottage Â on Â 3/4 Â acre Â level Â land Â in Â Salisbury Â with Â deeded Â access Â across Â the Â road Â from Â Lake Â Dunmore Â with Â private Â dock. Â Partially Â furnished. Â Fireplace Â and Â screened Â porch. Â $139,900. Â Cash Â only. Â 802-Â352-Â6678.
1998 Â FORD Â RANGER Â XLT, Â super Â cab, Â white. Â 4x4, Â 4 Â liter Â V-Â6. Â Automatic Â transmission Â 102,500 Â miles. Â Inspected. Â $3850. Â Call Â 802-Â758-Â2377 Â for Â information.
Wanted WANTED Â TO Â BUY Â 1 Â item Â or Â houseful. Â Also Â old Â books. Â Call Â Blue Â Willow Â Antiques. Â 802-Â247-Â5333. WANTED: Â TWO-Â Â TWO Â draw-Â er Â single Â file Â cabinets. Â Good, Â clean Â condition. Â Call Â Pam Â at Â 802-Â388-Â4944.
Public Notices Index Public Â notices Â for Â the Â following Â can Â be Â found Â in Â this Â Â ADDISON Â INDEPENDENT Â on Â Pages Â 36, Â 37 Â and Â 38.
Addison Â County Â Superior Â Court Â (4) Leicester Â (1) Middlebury Â (2) Monkton Â (1) P. Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center Â (1) Ripton Â (1)
TOWN OF LEICESTER NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Â Leicester Â Zoning Â Board Â of Â Adjust-Â ment Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â Tuesday, Â June Â 25, Â 2013 Â at Â the Â Leicester Â Town Â Of-Â Â¿FHDWSPWRFRQVLGHUDSSOLFDWLRQV (20-Â13-ÂZBA) from Richard & Jaime Schneider, Â 2283 Â Hooker Â Road, Â Leices-Â ter Â for Â front Â yard Â setback Â waiver Â for Â front Â porch Â on Â summer Â home, Â parcel Â #202001 Â RQ+RRNHU5RDGLQ=RQLQJ'LVWULFW/ (21-Â13-ÂZBA) from Michael Lennon/ Dara Altman,QGLDQ7UDLO/HLFHVWHU for Â setback Â waiver Â for Â new Â construction Â of Â 35 Â sq Â ft Â shed, Â on Â parcel Â #202111 Â in Â =RQLQJ'LVWULFW/ These Â applications Â are Â available Â for Â in-Â VSHFWLRQ DW WKH 7RZQ &OHUNÂ¶V 2IÂ¿FH 6FKRROKRXVH 5G /HLFHVWHU 97 GXULQJ UHJXODUO\VFKHGXOHGKRXUV Participation Â in Â these Â proceedings Â is Â a Â prerequisite Â to Â the Â right Â to Â take Â any Â sub-Â VHTXHQWDSSHDO Peter Â Fjeld, Â ZBA Â Chairman June Â 10, Â 2013
TOWN OF RIPTON, BOARD OF LISTERS: NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS As Â of Â June Â 3, Â 2013 Â the Â abstract Â of Â the Â *UDQG /LVW LV Â¿OHG ZLWK WKH WRZQ FOHUN *ULHYDQFHV PXVW EH UHFHLYHG LQ ZULWLQJ E\ SP 0RQGD\ -XQH *ULHYDQFH KHDULQJV DUH E\ DSSRLQWPHQW &RQWDFWWKHOLVWHUVDWOLVWHUV#ULSWRQYWRUJ RU32%R[5LSWRQ97
REQUEST FOR QUOTES (RFQ) MIDDLEBURY PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Project Â Description: Â The Â removal Â and Â disposal Â of Â existing Â folding Â partition Â wall Â panels Â in Â the Â Town Â Gymnasium Â including Â disposal Â of Â panels Â but Â not Â the Â removal Â of Â track, Â motor Â or Â SO\ZRRG VRIÂ¿W &XUUHQW SDUWLWLRQ ZDOO PHDVXUHVÂ¶OHQJWKE\Â¶KHLJKW7KHUH are Â a Â total Â of Â 20 Â (twenty) Â 3â€™ Â wide Â x Â 20â€™ Â tall Â partition Â sections Â that Â require Â removal Â and Â GLVSRVDOE\QRODWHUWKDQ$XJXVW Â The Â Town Â Gymnasium Â is Â located Â at Â 94 Â Main Â Street, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â and Â is Â available Â for Â viewing Â Â Monday Â â€“ Â Friday, Â 8:30 Â am Â â€“ Â 4:30 Â SP Â Â Quotes/bids Â will Â be Â accepted Â until Â Â Friday, Â June Â 21, Â at Â NOON Â at Â the Â Town Â Managerâ€™s Â 2IÂ¿FH &2 %HWK 'RZ 0DLQ 6WUHHW Middlebury, Â VT Â Â 05753 Â Â Â Â For Â more Â information, Â please Â contact: Â Â Terri Â Arnold, Â Director, Â 388-Â8100 Â x205 Â TArnold@ WRZQRIPLGGOHEXU\RUJ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 6/10
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Vermont Â Secretary Â of Â State Â (1) Waltham Â (1)
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 329-Â12-Â09 Ancv
U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â the Â Banc Â of Â America Â Funding Â 2007-Â1 Â Trust, Â Plaintiff Â v. Donald Â C. Â Patch, Â Wendy Â Sue Â K. Â Patch, Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â American Â Home Â Mortgage Â and Â Occupants Â residing Â at Â 861 Â Monkton Â Road, Â Ferrisburgh, Â VT Â Defendants NOTICE OF SALE Â Â Â By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Donald Â C. Â Patch Â and Â Wendy Â Sue Â K. Â Patch Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â American Â Home Â Mortgage Â dated Â November Â 2, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Volume Â 121, Â Page Â 232, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â assigned Â from Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â American Â Home Â Mortgage Â to Â U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â the Â Banc Â of Â America Â Funding Â Corporation Â 2007-Â1 Â Trust Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â November Â 30, Â 2007 Â and Â recorded Â on Â June Â 12, Â 2008 Â in Â Volume Â 127, Â Page Â 281 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â further Â assigned Â from Â U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â the Â Banc Â of Â America Â Funding Â Corporation Â 2007-Â1 Â Trust Â to Â U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â BAFC Â 2007-Â1 Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â December Â 17, Â 2009 Â and Â recorded Â on Â December Â 30, Â 2009 Â in Â Volume Â 133, Â Page Â 438 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â corrective Â assignment Â from Â U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â BAFC Â Trust Â 2007-Â1 Â to Â U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â the Â Banc Â of Â America Â Funding Â 2007-Â1 Â Trust Â was Â recorded Â on Â August Â 9, Â 2012 Â in Â Volume Â 142, Â Page Â 92 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purposes Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 10:00 Â A.M. Â on Â June Â 19, Â 2013, Â at Â 861 Â Monkton Â Road, Â Ferrisburgh, Â Vermont 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: Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Donald Â Patch Â and Â Wendy Â Sue Â K. Â Patch Â by Â virtue Â of Â a Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Richard Â A. Â Panton Â dated Â October Â 21, Â 2003 Â and Â recorded Â October Â 22, Â 2003 Â in Â Volume Â 107, Â Page Â 43 Â of Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â Land Â Records. Â Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â Â $10,000.00 Â to Â be Â paid Â in Â cash Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â by Â purchaser Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh. 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 Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â inquire Â at Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â 30 Â Kimball Â Avenue, Â Ste. Â 306, Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403, Â (802) Â 660-Â9000. Â Â DATED Â at Â South Â Burlington, Â Vermont Â this Â 22nd Â day Â of Â May, Â 2013. U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee By: Â Joshua Â B. Â Lobe, Â Esq. Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â PLC Â 30 Â Kimball Â Ave., Â Ste. Â 306 5/27, Â 6/3, Â 10 Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 191-Â6-Â10 Ancv
U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â Structured Â Asset Â Securities Â Corp. Â Mortgage Â 3DVV7KURXJK&HUWLÂ¿FDWHV6HULHV%& Â Plaintiff Â v. &KDG+/LEEH\.HUL/%URZQ'DQLHO-&RXJKODQDQG2FFXSDQWVUHVLGLQJDW/LQFROQ Road, Â Ripton, Â Vermont, Â Defendants NOTICE OF SALE Â By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Chad Â H. Â Libbey Â and Â Keri Â L. Â Brown Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â QRPLQHHIRU)LHOGVWRQH0RUWJDJH&RPSDQ\GDWHG0D\DQGUHFRUGHGLQ9ROXPH 3DJHZKLFKPRUWJDJHZDVDVVLJQHGIURP0RUWJDJH(OHFWURQLF5HJLVWUDWLRQ6\VWHPV Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â Fieldstone Â Mortgage Â Company Â to Â U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â DV 7UXVWHH IRU 6WUXFWXUHG $VVHW 6HFXULWLHV &RUS 0RUWJDJH 3DVV7KURXJK &HUWLÂ¿FDWHV 6HULHV%&E\DQLQVWUXPHQWGDWHG-XQHDQGUHFRUGHGRQ-XO\LQ 9ROXPH3DJHRIWKH/DQG5HFRUGVRIWKH7RZQRI5LSWRQRIZKLFKPRUWJDJHWKH undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â WKHSXUSRVHVRIIRUHFORVLQJWKHVDPHZLOOEHVROGDW3XEOLF$XFWLRQDW$0RQ-XQH DW/LQFROQ5RDG5LSWRQ9HUPRQWDOODQGVLQJXODUWKHSUHPLVHVGHVFULEHG in Â said Â mortgage: Â To Â Wit: Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Chad Â H. Â Libbey Â and Â Keri Â L. Â Brown Â by Â virtue Â of Â a Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Marjorie Â A. Â Webb Â f/k/a Â Marjorie Â A. Â Manning, Â Susan Â M. Â Manning Â a/k/a Â Susan Â M. Â Armell Â and Â Peter Â P. Â Manning Â dated Â May Â 3, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â May Â 8, Â 2006 Â in Â Volume Â 40, Â Page Â 165 Â in Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ripton. 7HUPVRI6DOHWREHSDLGLQFDVKRUFDVKLHUÂ¶VFKHFNE\SXUFKDVHUDWWKHWLPH of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Ripton. 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. 2WKHUWHUPVWREHDQQRXQFHGDWWKHVDOHRULQTXLUHDW/REH)RUWLQ 5HHV.LPEDOO $YHQXH6WH6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQ97 '$7('DW6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQ9HUPRQWWKLVndGD\RI0D\ U.S. Â Bank Â National Â Association, Â as Â Trustee By: Â Joshua Â B. Â Lobe, Â Esq., Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â PLC .LPEDOO$YH6WH 6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQ97
STATE OF VERMONT
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Former ag secretary to talk dairy history MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â In Â recogni-Â tion Â of Â Dairy Â Month, Â Roger Â All-Â bee, Â former Â Vermont Â secretary Â of Â agriculture, Â will Â present Â a Â talk Â on Â the Â history Â of Â dairy Â in Â Vermont Â on Â Friday, Â June Â 14, Â at Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Sheldon Â Museum Â in Â Middlebury. Â The Â talk Â is Â presented Â in Â conjunction Â with Â the Â Sheldonâ€™s Â current Â exhibit Â â€œFrom Â Dairy Â to Â Doorstep,â€? Â a Â part-Â nership Â with Â Historic Â New Â England. Â Admission Â is Â free Â but Â donations Â are Â welcome. Allbee Â is Â chair Â of Â the Â University Â of Â Vermont Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â and Â Life Â Sciences Â Advisory Â Board. Â He Â was Â Vermont Â secretary Â of Â Ag-Â riculture, Â Food Â and Â Markets Â under Â Gov. Â Jim Â Douglas Â and Â in Â 2012 Â was Â inducted Â into Â the Â Vermont Â Agricul-Â tural Â Hall Â of Â Fame. Â Allbee Â was Â an Â early Â advocate Â for Â buying Â local Â and Â direct Â from Â the Â farmer. Â He Â received Â his Â B.S. Â in Â agricultural Â economics Â from Â the Â University Â of Â Vermont, Â and Â a Â masterâ€™s Â in Â agricultural Â eco-Â nomics Â from Â the Â University Â of Â Massachusetts. Â He Â has Â completed Â the Â Cornell Â University Â Agricultural Â Executives Â Program, Â and Â the Â Har-Â vard Â Business Â School Â Agribusiness Â Seminars. Allbeeâ€™s Â career Â in Â agriculture Â in-Â cludes Â a Â stint Â as Â executive Â director Â of Â the Â USDA Â Farm Â Services Â Agency Â for Â the Â state Â of Â Vermont Â and Â a Â long-Â time Â consultant Â in Â agribusiness Â and Â
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international Â trade. Â He Â co-Âfounded Â AGTECH, Â an Â agricultural Â trade Â and Â export Â concern Â that Â was Â the Â ÂżUVW86FRPSDQ\WRPDUNHWFUDQ-Â berries Â and Â cranberry Â products Â in Â Hungary Â and Â the Â Czech Â Republic. Â As Â secretary Â of Â agriculture, Â Allbee Â administered Â one Â of Â the Â agencies Â with Â the Â most Â diverse Â and Â publi-Â cally Â watched Â responsibilities Â in Â the Â state Â of Â Vermont. Â Under Â his Â leader-Â ship, Â the Â agency Â oversaw Â animal Â health Â and Â welfare;Íž Â agricultural Â de-Â velopment, Â weights Â and Â measures;Íž Â water Â quality Â and Â nutrient Â manage-Â ment;Íž Â invasive Â and Â exotic Â pests Â and Â SHVWLFLGH FHUWLÂżFDWLRQ VHHG IHHG and Â fertilizer Â testing;Íž Â milk Â and Â meat Â SURFHVVLQJ LQVSHFWLRQFHUWLÂżFDWLRQ and Â food Â safety;Íž Â and Â international Â trade Â and Â policy. It Â has Â been Â said Â that Â his Â work Â on Â the Â Vermont Â housing Â and Â conser-Â vation Â board Â brought Â a Â â€œworking Â landscapeâ€? Â perspective Â to Â farmland Â conservation. Â He Â linked Â tourism Â and Â economic Â development Â to Â agri-Â culture Â in Â a Â very Â public Â way.
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
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$PRQJ KLV PDQ\ DIÂżOLDWLRQV previously Â he Â was Â a Â member Â of Â the Â U.S. Â House Â of Â Representatives Â committee Â on Â agriculture Â and Â ex-Â ecutive Â director Â of Â the Â USDA Â Farm Â Service Â Agency Â in Â Vermont. Â Al-Â bee Â developed Â strong Â relationships Â with Â Quebec Â and Â France Â â€” Â both Â of Â which Â celebrate Â and Â promote Â their Â place-Âbased Â foods. Â He Â was Â lauded Â DV DPRQJ WKH ÂżUVW WR HQYLVLRQ WKDW application Â for Â Vermont Â products. Allbee Â was Â also Â vice Â president Â and Â senior Â staff Â of Â the Â former Â Farm Â &UHGLW %DQNV RI 6SULQJÂżHOG DQG D Cornell Â University Â Extension Â spe-Â cialist. Â Today Â he Â is Â a Â senior Â scholar Â in Â residence Â and Â adviser Â on Â agricul-Â ture Â and Â food Â systems Â to Â the Â presi-Â dent Â of Â Vermont Â Technical Â College, Â an Â author, Â and Â an Â opinion Â columnist Â of Â the Â well-Âknown Â â€œWhat Â Ceres Â Saysâ€? Â blog. Â Allbee Â resides Â in Â Town-Â shend. FORMER Â VERMONT Â SECRETARY Â of Â Agriculture Â Roger Â Allbee Â will Â For Â more Â information Â about Â the Â speak Â about Â Vermontâ€™s Â dairy Â history Â at Â the Â Sheldon Â Museum Â in Â Middle-Â exhibit Â and Â related Â programs, Â visit Â bury Â on Â June Â 14. Photo Â by Â Sylvia Â Fagin www.henrysheldonmuseum.org Â or Â call Â 802-Â388-Â2117.
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 68-Â3-Â13 Ancv
JPMC Â SPECIALTY Â MORTGAGE Â LLC Â F/K/A Â WM Â SPECIALTY Â MORTGAGE Â LLC v. PENNY Â J. Â DANYOW, Â CAPITAL Â ONE Â BANK OCCUPANTS Â OF Â 45 Â WEST Â MAIN Â STREET, Â VERGENNES, Â VT SUMMONS & ORDER FOR PUBLICATION THIS Â SUMMONS Â IS Â DIRECTED Â TO: Â Â Penny Â J. Â Danyow Â 1. YOU ARE BEING SUED. The Â Plaintiff Â has Â started Â a Â lawsuit Â against Â you. Â A Â copy Â of Â WKH3ODLQWLIIÂśV&RPSODLQWDJDLQVW\RXLVRQÂżOHDQGPD\EHREWDLQHGDWWKHRIÂżFHRIWKH clerk Â of Â this Â court, Â Addison Â Unit, Â Civil Â Division, Â Vermont Â Superior Â Court, Â 7 Â Mahady Â &RXUW0LGGOHEXU\979HUPRQW'RQRWWKURZWKLVSDSHUDZD\,WLVDQRIÂżFLDO paper Â that Â affects Â your Â rights. 2. PLAINTIFFâ€™S CLAIM. Plaintiffâ€™s Â claim Â is Â a Â Complaint Â in Â Foreclosure Â which Â alleges Â WKDW3HQQ\-'DQ\RZKDVEUHDFKHGWKHWHUPVRID3URPLVVRU\1RWHDQG0RUWJDJH 'HHGGDWHG$SULO3ODLQWLIIÂśVDFWLRQPD\DIIHFW\RXULQWHUHVWLQWKHSURSHUW\ GHVFULEHGLQWKH/DQG5HFRUGVRIWKH7RZQRI9HUJHQQHVDW9ROXPH3DJH7KH &RPSODLQWDOVRVHHNVUHOLHIRQWKH3URPLVVRU\1RWHH[HFXWHGE\3HQQ\-'DQ\RZ$ FRS\RIWKH&RPSODLQWLVRQÂżOHDQGPD\EHREWDLQHGDWWKH2IÂżFHRIWKH&OHUNRIWKH Superior Â Court Â for Â the Â County Â of Â Addison, Â State Â of Â Vermont. 3. YOU MUST REPLY WITHIN 41 DAYS TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS. Â You Â must Â give Â or Â mail Â the Â Plaintiff Â a Â written Â response Â called Â an Â Answer Â within Â 41 Â days Â after Â the Â date Â RQZKLFKWKLV6XPPRQVZDVÂżUVWSXEOLVKHGZKLFKLV-XQH<RXPXVWVHQG DFRS\RI\RXUDQVZHUWRWKH3ODLQWLIIRUWKH3ODLQWLIIÂśVDWWRUQH\$PEHU/'RXFHWWH (VT RI %HQGHWW DQG 0F+XJK 3& ORFDWHG DW )DUPLQJWRQ $YHQXH 6WH )DUPLQJWRQ&7<RXPXVWDOVRJLYHRUPDLO\RXU$QVZHUWRWKH&RXUWORFDWHG DW0DKDG\&RXUW0LGGOHEXU\97 4. YOU MUST RESPOND TO EACH CLAIM. Â The Â Answer Â is Â your Â written Â response Â to Â the Â Plaintiffâ€™s Â Complaint. Â In Â your Â Answer Â you Â must Â state Â whether Â you Â agree Â or Â disagree Â ZLWKHDFKSDUDJUDSKRIWKH&RPSODLQW,I\RXEHOLHYHWKH3ODLQWLIIVKRXOGQRWEHJLYHQ everything Â asked Â for Â in Â the Â Complaint, Â you Â must Â say Â so Â in Â your Â Answer. 5. YOU WILL LOSE YOUR CASE IF YOU DO NOT GIVE YOUR WRITTEN ANSWER TO THE COURT. If Â you Â do Â not Â Answer Â within Â 41 Â days Â after Â the Â date Â on Â which Â this Â 6XPPRQVZDVÂżUVWSXEOLVKHGDQGÂżOHLWZLWKWKH&RXUW\RXZLOOORVHWKLVFDVH<RXZLOO not Â get Â to Â tell Â your Â side Â of Â the Â story, Â and Â the Â Court Â may Â decide Â against Â you Â and Â award Â the Â Plaintiff Â everything Â asked Â for Â in Â the Â complaint. 6. YOU MUST MAKE ANY CLAIMS AGAINST THE PLAINTIFF IN YOUR REPLY. Your Â Answer Â must Â state Â any Â related Â legal Â claims Â you Â have Â against Â the Â Plaintiff. Â Your Â claims Â against Â the Â Plaintiff Â are Â called Â Counterclaims. Â If Â you Â do Â not Â make Â your Â Counterclaims Â LQZULWLQJLQ\RXUDQVZHU\RXPD\QRWEHDEOHWREULQJWKHPXSDWDOO(YHQLI\RX KDYHLQVXUDQFHDQGWKHLQVXUDQFHFRPSDQ\ZLOOGHIHQG\RX\RXPXVWVWLOOÂżOHDQ\ Counterclaims Â you Â may Â have. 7. LEGAL ASSISTANCE. You Â may Â wish Â to Â get Â legal Â help Â from Â a Â lawyer. Â If Â you Â cannot Â DIIRUGDODZ\HU\RXVKRXOGDVNWKHFRXUWFOHUNIRULQIRUPDWLRQDERXWSODFHVZKHUH\RX can Â get Â free Â legal Â help. Â Even if you cannot get legal help, you must still give the court a written Answer to protect you rights or you may lose the case. ORDER 7KH$IÂżGDYLWGXO\ÂżOHGLQWKLVDFWLRQVKRZVWKDWVHUYLFHFDQQRWEHPDGHZLWKGXHGLOLJHQFH E\DQ\RIWKHPHWKRGSURYLGHGLQ5XOHVG I N RUO RIWKH9HUPRQW5XOHVRI&LYLO 3URFHGXUH$FFRUGLQJO\LWLV25'(5('WKDWVHUYLFHRIWKH6XPPRQVVHWIRUWKDERYHVKDOO EHPDGHXSRQWKHGHIHQGDQW3HQQ\-'DQ\RZE\SXEOLFDWLRQDVSURYLGHGLQ5XOH>V@>G
O DQG@J RIWKRVH5XOHV 7KLVRUGHUVKDOOEHSXEOLVKHGRQFHDZHHNIRUZHHNVEHJLQQLQJRQ-XQHLQWKH Addison Â Independent, Â a Â newspaper Â of Â the Â general Â circulation Â in Â Addison Â County, Â and Â a Â FRS\RIWKLVVXPPRQVDQGRUGHUDVSXEOLVKHGVKDOOEHPDLOHGWRWKHGHIHQGDQW3HQQ\- Danyow, Â if Â an Â address Â is Â known. Â Â 'DWHGDW0LGGOHEXU\9HUPRQWWKLVthGD\RI0D\ Helen Â M. Â Toor, Â Â Hon. Â Presiding Â Judge Addison Â Unit, Â Civil Â Division
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 232-Â9-Â10 Ancv
HSBC Â BANK Â USA, Â N.A., Â AS Â INDENTURE Â TRUSTEE Â Â FOR Â THE Â REGISTERED Â HOLDERS Â OF Â THE Â Â RENAISSANCE Â HOME Â EQUITY Â LOAN Â ASSET-Â Â Â BACKED Â CERTIFICATES, Â SERIES Â 2005-Â1 Â Â Plaintiff Â Â v. Â Â JOSHUA Â LARAWAY;Íž Â Â MICHELLE Â BOOSKA Â F/K/A Â MICHELLE Â M. Â LARA Â WAY;Íž Â Â Defendants NOTICE OF SALE Â By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Joshua Â Laraway Â and Â Michelle Â Booska Â f/k/a Â Michelle Â M. Â Laraway Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â Delta Â Funding Â Corp. Â dated Â December Â 30, Â 2004 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 62 Â at Â Page Â 631 Â of Â Â the Â City/Town Â of Â Shoreham Â Land Â Records, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder Â by Â Assignment Â of Â Mortgage Â recorded Â on Â June Â 1, Â 2009 Â in Â Book Â 72 Â at Â Page Â 228, 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 10:00am Â on Â June Â 24, Â 2013 Â at Â 1048 Â North Â Cream Â Hill Â Road, Â Shoreham, Â VT Â 05770 Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage, Â Â To Â Wit: Â Â Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â as Â were Â conveyed Â to Â Joshua Â W. Â Laraway Â and Â Michelle Â M. Â Laraway Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Thomas Â Cuomo, Â Barton Â T. Â Cuomo Â and Â Jeffrey Â C. Â Cuomo Â dated Â August Â 10, Â 1999 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 50, Â Page Â 360 Â of Â the Â Shoreham Â Land Â Records. Â Â Â Being Â a Â PORTION Â of Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Thomas Â Cuomo, Â Barton Â T. Â Cuomo Â and Â Jeffrey Â P. Â Cuomo Â by Â Quit Â Claim Â Deed Â from Â Thomas Â Cuomo Â dated Â December Â 8, Â 1997, Â and Â recorded Â in Â the Â Shoreham Â Land Â Records Â in Â Book Â 47 Â at Â Page Â 426. Â Â Â The Â parcel Â herein Â conveyed Â is Â shown Â as Â Lot Â 5 Â on Â a Â survey Â entitled Â â€œMap Â of Â a Â portion Â of Â lands Â owned Â by Â Thomas, Â Jeffrey Â & Â Barton Â Cuomo, Â Shoreham, Â Vermont,â€? Â prepared Â by Â John Â F. Â Grady, Â RLS Â No. Â 516, Â dated Â July Â 14, Â 1999, Â to Â be Â recorded Â in Â the Â Shoreham Â Land Â Records, Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â as Â follows: Â Â Â Beginning Â at Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â rod Â located Â in Â the Â easterly Â edge Â of Â Town Â Road Â No. Â 14, Â North Â Cream Â Hill Â Road, Â so-Âcalled, Â which Â point Â is Â the Â southwesterly Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â herein Â conveyed Â and Â the Â northwesterly Â corner Â of Â Lot Â 4;Íž Â Â Â Thence Â going Â along Â the Â easterly Â edge Â of Â Town Â Road Â No. Â 14, Â North Â Cream Â Hill Â Road, Â so-Âcalled, Â in Â the Â following Â courses Â and Â distances: Â Â Â North Â 38Â° Â 46â€™ Â 50 Â East Â a Â distance Â of Â 200.00 Â feet Â to Â a Â point;Íž Â Â North Â 33Â° Â 15â€™ Â 50â€? Â East Â a Â distance Â of Â 165.00 Â feet Â to Â a Â point;Íž Â Â North Â 22Â° Â 30â€™ Â 40â€? Â East Â a Â distance Â of Â 189.33 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â rod, Â which Â point Â is Â the Â northwesterly Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â herein Â conveyed;Íž Â Â Â Thence Â turning Â and Â going Â along Â other Â lands Â of Â the Â Grantor Â herein Â South Â 63Â° Â 29â€™ Â 20â€? Â East Â a Â distance Â of Â 643.07 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â rod, Â which Â point Â is Â the Â southeasterly Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â herein Â conveyed;Íž Â Â Â Thence Â turning Â and Â going Â along Â other Â lands Â of Â the Â Grantor Â herein Â South Â 20Â° Â 35â€™ Â 40â€? Â West Â a Â distance Â of Â 866.01 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â rod, Â which Â point Â is Â the Â southeasterly Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â herein Â conveyed;Íž Â Â Â Thence Â turning Â and Â going Â along Â the Â northerly Â boundary Â of Â Lot Â No. Â 4, Â North Â 24Â° Â 18â€™ Â 50â€? Â West Â a Â distance Â of Â 371.25 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â rod;Íž Â Â Â Thence Â continuing Â along Â the Â northerly Â boundary Â of Â Lot Â No. Â 4, Â North Â 54Â° Â 25â€™ Â 20â€? Â West Â a Â distance Â of Â 499.49 Â feet Â to Â the Â point Â and Â place Â of Â beginning. Â Â Â The Â parcel Â herein Â conveyed Â contains Â 10.15 Â acres Â together Â with Â farmhouse Â and Â barn. Â Â Plaintiff Â may Â adjourn Â this Â Public Â Auction Â one Â or Â more Â times Â for Â a Â total Â time Â not Â exceeding Â 30 Â days, Â without Â further Â court Â order, Â and Â without Â publication Â or Â service Â of Â a Â new Â notice Â of Â sale, Â by Â announcement Â of Â the Â new Â sale Â date Â to Â those Â present Â at Â each Â adjournment. Â Terms Â RI6DOHWREHSDLGLQFDVKRUE\FHUWLÂżHGFKHFNE\WKHSXUFKDVHUDWWKHWLPHRI VDOHZLWKWKHEDODQFHGXHDWFORVLQJ3URRIRIÂżQDQFLQJIRUWKHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVHWR be Â provided Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale. Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Shoreham. Â 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 Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale. Â Â HSBC Â Bank Â USA, Â N.A., Â as Â Indenture Â Trustee Â for Â the Â registered Â holders Â of Â the Â Renaissance Â +RPH (TXLW\ /RDQ $VVHW%DFNHG &HUWLÂżFDWHV 6HULHV .DWKU\Q 'RQRYDQ (VT Shechtman, Â Halperin, Â Savage, Â LLP, Â 1080 Â Main Â Street, Â Pawtucket, Â RI Â Â 02860, Â 877-Â575-Â 1400, Â Attorney Â for Â Plaintiff. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 6/3, Â 10, Â 17 Â
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7RZQ+DOO7KHDWHUWRFHOHEUDWHÂżYH\HDUVZLWKJDODHYHQW MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â â€œIt Â seems Â like Â we Â opened Â just Â yesterday,â€? Â says Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â executive Â director Â Douglas Â Anderson. Â â€œItâ€™s Â come Â as Â a Â shock Â to Â all Â of Â us Â that Â weâ€™ve Â been Â at Â this Â for Â 5 Â years. Â I Â guess Â time Â passes Â when Â youâ€™re Â having Â fun.â€? Once Â it Â opened Â in Â the Â summer Â of Â 2008, Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â quickly Â changed Â Middleburyâ€™s Â cultural Â
and Â social Â landscape. Â Not Â only Â has Â it Â provided Â a Â state-Âof-Âthe-Âart Â home Â for Â the Â performing Â arts, Â but Â it Â has Â also Â become Â a Â center Â for Â a Â variety Â of Â community Â events, Â such Â as Â fundraisers Â for Â area Â nonprofits, Â weddings, Â conferences, Â meet-Â ings, Â book Â readings, Â classes Â and Â even Â the Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â junior Â prom. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â performing Â arts Â center Â but Â also Â
a Â vibrant Â community Â center Â â€” Â something Â its Â creators Â envisioned Â all Â along. â€œA Â town Â needs Â a Â big Â room,â€? Â says Â Anderson. Â â€œWe Â try Â to Â put Â no Â limits Â on Â what Â can Â happen Â in Â this Â build-Â ing.â€? Â Â Big-Âname Â performers Â like Â Ed Â Asner Â and Â Judy Â Collins Â have Â played Â THT Â â€” Â as Â well Â as Â school Â children Â and Â local Â performers Â big Â and Â small.
PROPOSED STATE RULES By Â law, Â public Â notice Â of Â proposed Â rules Â must Â be Â given Â by Â publication Â in Â newspapers Â of Â record. Â Â The Â purpose Â of Â these Â notices Â is Â to Â give Â the Â public Â a Â chance Â to Â respond Â to Â the Â proposals. Â Â The Â public Â notices Â for Â administrative Â rules Â are Â now Â also Â available Â online Â at Â http://vermont-Â archives.org/aparules/ovnotices.htm. Â Â The Â law Â requires Â an Â agency Â to Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â on Â a Â proposed Â rule, Â if Â requested Â to Â do Â so Â in Â writing Â by Â 25 Â persons Â or Â an Â association Â having Â at Â least Â 25 Â members. To Â make Â special Â arrangements Â for Â individuals Â with Â disabilities Â or Â special Â needs Â please Â call Â or Â write Â the Â contact Â person Â listed Â below Â as Â soon Â as Â possible. To Â obtain Â further Â information Â concerning Â any Â schedule Â hearing(s), Â obtain Â copies Â of Â proposed Â rule(s) Â or Â submit Â comments Â regarding Â proposed Â rule(s), Â please Â call Â or Â write Â the Â contact Â person Â listed Â below. Â You Â may Â also Â submit Â comments Â in Â writing Â to Â the Â Legislative Â Committee Â on Â Administrative Â Rules, Â State Â House, Â Montpelier, Â Vermont Â 05602 Â (828-Â2231). Methods, Standards and Principles for Establishing Medicaid Payment Rates for Longâ€? Term Care Facilities Vermont Â Proposed Â Rule: Â 13P019 AGENCY: Human Â Services, Â Division Â of Â Rate Â Setting Â CONCISE SUMMARY:9HUPRQWXVHVDFDVHPL[FODVVLÂżFDWLRQV\VWHPIRUVHWWLQJQXUVLQJKRPH0HGLFDLGUDWHVWKDWDOORFDWHVQXUVLQJ resources Â based Â on Â residentsâ€™ Â clinical Â needs. Â This Â rule Â is Â necessary Â to Â replace Â Vermontâ€™s Â outdated Â Resource Â Utilization Â Group Â (RUG) Â III Â FDVHPL[FODVVLÂżFDWLRQV\VWHPZLWKWKHQHZIHGHUDO58*,99HUPRQWÂśV58*,,,V\VWHPZDVUHQGHUHGREVROHWHZKHQWKHIHGHUDOJRYHUQPHQW changed Â the Â Minimum Â Data Â Set Â (MDS) Â form Â from Â MDS Â 2.0 Â to Â MDS Â 3.0, Â which Â is Â used Â to Â record Â resident Â clinical Â information Â and Â which Â translates Â into Â a Â RUG Â for Â each Â resident. Â The Â MDS Â 3.0 Â form Â was Â not Â compatible Â with Â Vermontâ€™s Â RUG Â III Â system. Â In Â April Â 2011, Â Vermont Â began Â its Â transition Â from Â RUG Â III Â to Â RUG Â IV Â with Â a Â transitional Â rule Â that Â allowed Â the Â Division Â to Â use Â RUG Â IV Â case-Âmix Â data Â to Â set Â rates Â in Â combination Â ZLWK58*,,,GDWD7KLVQHZUXOHDOORZVWKH'LYLVLRQWRWUDQVLWLRQFRPSOHWHO\IURPWKHROG9HUPRQWÂąVSHFLÂżF58*,,,WR58*,9 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Leslie Â Wisdom, Â Agency Â of Â Human Â Services Â Division Â of Â Rate Â Setting, Â 103 Â South Â Main Â Street, Â Waterbury, Â VT Â 05671â€“2201 Â Tel: Â 802-Â652-Â6528 Â Fax: Â 802-Â652-Â6538 Â Email: Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â Â URL: Â www.humanservices. YHUPRQWJRYGHSDUWPHQWVRIÂżFHRIWKHVHFUHWDU\DKVGUV FOR COPIES: Â Kathleen Â Denette, Â Agency Â of Â Human Â Services Â Division Â of Â Rate Â Setting, Â 103 Â South Â Main Â Street, Â Waterbury, Â VT Â 05671-Â 2201 Â Tel: Â 802-Â652-Â6528 Â Fax:802-Â652-Â6538 Â Email: Â email@example.com Â 6/10
To Â celebrate Â the Â 5-Âyear Â land-Â mark, Â THT Â is Â bringing Â back Â performers Â who Â brought Â down Â the Â house Â in Â productions Â since Â the Â building Â opened. Â On Â the Â bill Â are Â Kim Â Anderson Â (â€œFunny Â Girlâ€?);Íž Â the Â cast Â of Â â€œAnnieâ€?;Íž Â Judith Â Dry Â (â€œGypsyâ€?);Íž Â dancer/choreographer Â Patty Â Smith;Íž Â bluegrass Â wonders Â The Â Connor Â Sisters;Íž Â pianist Â Diana Â Fanning;Íž Â the Â Hadippa Â Dancers;Íž Â Nikki Â Juvan Â (â€œThe Â Music Â Manâ€?);Íž Â Leigh Â Guptill Â (â€œSmokey Â Joeâ€™s Â CafĂŠ,â€? Â â€œMiddlebury Â Does Â Soulâ€?);Íž Â the Â Maiden Â Vermont Â chorus;Íž Â Chuck Â Miller Â and Â the Â house Â band;Íž Â and Â many Â more. Â To Â meet Â the Â demand Â for Â tick-Â ets, Â the Â gala Â performance Â will Â be Â presented Â twice, Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â and Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â June Â 22. Between Â the Â performances, Â part Â of Â Merchants Â Row Â will Â be Â roped Â off Â to Â create Â space Â for Â a Â street Â party, Â complete Â with Â food, Â music Â and Â a Â birthday Â cake. Â Those Â attending Â the Â
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Paving Â on Â Green Â Street Â from Â Vergennes Â city Â line Â to Â Vermont Â Route Â 17. Â No Â re-Â claimed Â asphalt Â to Â be Â used. Â Bids Â to Â close Â July Â 1 Â at Â 7p.m. Â Contact Â Francis Â Warner Â for Â more Â information Â at Â 545-Â2546.
Public Notices can Â be Â found Â on Pages Â 36, Â 37 Â and Â 38.
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5 Â p.m. Â performance Â will Â exit Â the Â show Â directly Â into Â the Â street Â party. Â Those Â attending Â the Â 8 Â p.m. Â perfor-Â mance Â will Â come Â early Â (around Â 6:30 Â p.m.) Â to Â the Â street Â party Â and Â then Â move Â into Â the Â theater Â for Â the Â performance. â€œThe Â street Â party Â gives Â us Â all Â a Â chance Â to Â whoop Â it Â up Â a Â bit,â€? Â says Â Anderson. Â And Â thereâ€™s Â a Â lot Â to Â cheer. Â Seven Â Days Â recently Â wrote Â that Â â€œAddison Â Countyâ€™s Â shire Â town Â is Â becoming Â one Â of Â Vermontâ€™s Â premiere Â cultural Â destinations.â€? Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â is Â a Â real Â grass-Â roots Â success Â story, Â and Â the Â model Â for Â many Â other Â communities Â who Â are Â trying Â to Â restore Â and Â revive Â their Â historic Â theaters. Tickets Â are Â $35, Â and Â include Â the Â show Â and Â food Â at Â the Â street Â dance. Â Tickets Â are Â available Â at Â www. townhalltheater.org, Â (802) Â 382-Â9222 DW WKH 7+7 %R[ 2IÂżFH (noon-Â5 Â p.m., Â Monday-ÂSaturday) Â or Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available.
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Agenda 7:00 1. Â Call Â to Â Order Â Â 2. Â *Approval Â of Â Minutes Â of Â the Â Â Â May Â 28, Â 2013 Â Working Â Session Â Â 3. Â *Approval Â of Â Agenda Â 4. Â Citizen Â Comments Â [Opportunity Â Â Â to Â raise Â or Â address Â issues Â that Â are Â not Â otherwise Â included Â on Â this Â agenda] 7:10 Â 5. Â *Update Â on Â ACORN Â Solar Â Project Â Â at Â Middlebury Â Police Â Station 7:20 Â Â Â Project Â Updates: D7RZQ2IÂżFHV Â 6b. Â *Main Â Street Â & Â Merchants Â Row Â Â Railroad Â Overpass Â Bridge Â Â Replacements Â â€“ Â Bi Â Weekly Â Report Â Â & Â Follow-Âup Â from Â June Â 4, Â 2013 Â Â Preferred Â Alternatives Â Meeting 7:45 Â Â 7. Â **Research Â To-ÂDate Â on Â the Â Abbey Â Pond Â Road Â Gate 7:55 Â 8. Â **Middlebury Â Business Â Â Â Â Development Â Advisory Â Board Â Â Meeting Â of Â May Â 30, Â 2013 8:05 Â Â 9. Â **Middlebury Â Energy Â Committee Â Â Meeting Â of Â June Â 5, Â 2013 8:15 Â 10. Â **Parks Â & Â Recreation Â Committee Â Â Meeting Â of Â June Â 6, Â 2013 8:25 Â 11. Â *Approval Â of Â Check Â Warrants Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 12. Â *Change Â in Â Capitalization Â Policy Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 13. Â Town Â Managerâ€™s Â Report Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 14. Â Board Â Member Â Concerns Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 15. Â *Executive Â Session Â â€“ Â Legal Â & Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Contract Â Matters Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 16. Â **Action Â on Â Matters Â Discussed Â in Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Executive Â Session 8:45 Â 17. Â *Adjourn* Decision Â Item Â Â Â ** Â Possible Â Decision Â Item If Â you Â need Â special Â accommodations Â to Â attend Â this Â meeting, Â please Â contact Â WKH 7RZQ 0DQDJHUÂśV 2IÂżFH DW x-Â202 Â as Â early Â as Â possible. Â Â Â Additional Â information Â about Â most Â Agenda Â items Â is Â available Â on Â the Â Townâ€™s Â website, Â ZZZPLGGOHEXU\JRYRIÂżFHFRP, Â on Â the Â Selectboard Â page. 6/10
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GEORGE ROBINSON, IN a historic image from the Rokeby Museum collection, manages a herd of Merino sheep on the Rokeby homestead in Ferrisburgh. The museum will celebrate Vermont’s wool heritage with Wool Day on Saturday, June 22.
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