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ADDISON COUNTY INDEPENDENT

B Section

THURSDAY,  JUNE  5,  2014

MATT DICKERSON

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Lacrosse D-­I Girls 6/4  #12  Essex  at  #5  MUHS  ...................Late D-­I Boys 6/3  #12  Spaulding  at  #5  MUHS    ..........Susp. 6/4  #12  Spaulding  at  #5  MUHS    ............Late D-­II Boys 6/4  #9  Stratton  at  #8  Mt.  Abe  .................Late 6/4  #4  Rice  vs.  #13  VUHS  .....................Late Softball D-­II Girls 6/3  #12  Lake  Region  at  #5  OV  ............Susp. 6/3  #10  MUHS  at  #7  Fair  Haven  .........Susp. 6/4  #12  Lake  Region  at  #5  OV  ..............Late 6/4  #10  MUHS  at  #7  Fair  Haven  ...........Late 6/4  #15  Lamoille  at  #2  VUHS  ................Late 6/4  #13  Rice  at  #4  Mt.  Abe  ....................Late Baseball D-­I 6/4  #11  MUHS  at  #6  Rutland    ....................... Late............................................................... D-­II 6/3  #6  Lake  Region  vs.  #11  Mt.  Abe  ........4-­3 6/4  #10  Enosburg  at  #7  OV  ...................Late

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Lacrosse D-­I Girls 4XDUWHU¿QDO  ..............................4:30  p.m. 6HPL¿QDO  ................................4:30  p.m. Final  ......................... TBA  at  Castleton  State D-­I Boys 6/6  #5  MUHS  at  #4  Brattleboro    ....4:30  p.m. 6HPL¿QDO  ................................4:30  p.m. Final  ......................... TBA  at  Castleton  State D-­II Boys 6/6&7    ...................................... 4XDUWHU¿QDOV 6HPL¿QDO  ................................4:30  p.m. Final  ......................... TBA  at  Castleton  State Softball D-­II Girls 4XDUWHU¿QDOV  ............................4:30  p.m. 6HPL¿QDOV  ..............................4:30  p.m. Final  ....................................TBA  at  Poultney Baseball D-­I 4XDUWHU¿QDO  ..............................4:30  p.m. 6HPL¿QDOV  ..............................4:30  p.m. Final  .......................................................TBA D-­II 4XDUWHU¿QDO  ..............................4:30  p.m. 6/9................................................ 6HPL¿QDOV Final  .......................................................TBA Track & Field 6/7..................D-­II  State  Meet  at  Fair  Haven Spectators   are   advised   to   consult   school   websites  for  the  latest  schedule  updates.  

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And  theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;er  off DRIVERS  IN  THE  late  model  division  sprint  from  the  start  at  Devilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Bowl  Speedway  last  Friday.

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*LUOVÂśODFURVVHZDLWV0$8OLNHO\ By  ANDY  KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Middle-­ EXU\ 8QLRQ +LJK 6FKRRO JLUOVÂś OD-­ FURVVH WHDP HDUQHG WKH 1R  VHHG for  the  Division  I  playoffs  and  was   set   to   take   on   No.   12   Essex   (5-­10)   on  Wednesday  after  the  deadline  for   this  edition  of  the  Independent.   That   game   was   postponed   early   on   Tuesday   afternoon   when   the   IRUHFDVW VKRZHG QHDUO\ D  SHU-­ FHQW FKDQFH RI WKXQGHUVWRUPV GXU-­ LQJ WKH RULJLQDOO\ VFKHGXOHG 7XHV-­

GD\JDPHZKLFKZDVVHWWRVWDUWDW 5:30  p.m. Assuming   the   Tigers,   who   de-­ IHDWHG WKH +RUQHWV WZLFH KDQGLO\ in   the   regular   season,   prevailed   on   :HGQHVGD\WKH\DGYDQFHGWRD)UL-­ GD\TXDUWHU¿QDODWSP 7KDWTXDUWHU¿QDOZLOODOPRVWFHU-­ tainly   be   against   No.   4   Mount  An-­ WKRQ\   ZKLFK IDFHG 1R  Champlain   Valley   (1-­12).   The   Ti-­ gers   and   Patriots   did   not   meet   this   spring.  

,IWKH7LJHUVSUHYDLOLQWKDWPDWFK-­ XS WKHLU OLNHO\ VHPL¿QDO RSSRQHQW on  June  11  would  be  No.  1  Burr  &   Burton   (13-­2).  The  Tigers   defeated   the   Bulldogs   at   home,   13-­12,   but   ORVWLQ0DQFKHVWHU 7KH ', ¿QDO ZLOO EH SOD\HG DW D WLPH WR EH DQQRXQFHG DW &DVWOHWRQ State  College.  The  Tigers,  who  last   won   the   title   in   2008,   have   made   WKUHHVWUDLJKWDSSHDUDQFHVLQWKH¿-­ QDOORVLQJHDFKWLPHWR6RXWK%XU-­ lington,  the  No.  6  seed  this  season.  

+DPLOWRQUHFRJQL]HV1HZ+DYHQÂśV6FRWW CLINTON,   N.Y.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   New   Ha-­ ven   resident   and   Mount   Abraham   8QLRQ +LJK 6FKRRO JUDGXDWH *UHJ 6FRWWZDVQDPHGE\+DPLOWRQ&RO-­ lege  as  its  outstanding  male  senior   athlete   at   a   late-­May   awards   ban-­ quet. 6FRWW D WKLUGWHDP 1&$$ 'LYL-­ VLRQ ,,, *ROI &RDFKHV$VVRFLDWLRQ RI$PHULFD$OO$PHULFDQ LQ  UHFHLYHG WKH  -DFN % 5LIĂ&#x20AC;H Award  at  Hamiltonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  senior  varsity   athlete  awards  dinner  on  May  20. 6FRWW LV RQO\ WKH VHFRQG 5LIĂ&#x20AC;H

winner   from   the   menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   golf   team;Íž   the   other   was   honored   20   years   ago.  In  2011,  he  was  also  voted  to   WKH FRDFKHVÂś DVVRFLDWLRQ 'LYLVLRQ III   All-­Freshman   Team.   He   is   a   four-­time   Northeast   all-­region   se-­ OHFWLRQ DQG D WKUHHWLPH 1(6&$& DOOFRQIHUHQFH KRQRUHH LQFOXGLQJ WKHÂżUVWWHDPLQWKHIDOORI 6FRWW VKDUHV WKH SURJUDP UHFRUG IRU EHVW KROH VFRUH ZLWK D  and  is  believed  to  hold  the  program   UHFRUGIRUEHVWKROHWRXUQDPHQW VFRUHDW+LVFDUHHUDYHUDJHIRU

an  18-­hole  round  was  75.4  strokes. 6FRWW KDV EHHQ RQ WKH 1(6&$& fall   all-­sportsmanship   team   three   WLPHV +H KHOSHG +DPLOWRQ ¿QLVK WKLUG DW WKH 1(6&$& FKDPSLRQ-­ VKLS TXDOL¿HU LQ  DQG IRXUWK DW WKH  TXDOL¿HU OHDGLQJ WKH &RQWLQHQWDOVWRDSSHDUDQFHVLQWKH IRXUWHDP1(6&$&FKDPSLRQVKLS both  times.   6FRWW VRQ RI -RDQQH 6FRWW DQG John   Rubright   of   New   Haven,   re-­ FHLYHG D EDFKHORU RI DUWV GHJUHH from  Hamilton  on  Sunday,  May  25.

Neither   Fair   Haven   nor   MUHS   played   Lamoille.   The   Slaters   and   Commodores   did   not   meet   this   spring,   while   the   Tigers   dropped   a   FRQWHVWDW98+6 COMMODORES The   game   between   Lamoille   (2-­ 12)   and   VUHS   (14-­2)   was   moved   to  Wednesday.  Assuming  the  Com-­ PRGRUHV DGYDQFHG WKH\ ZLOO KRVW either  MUHS  or  Fair  Haven  on  Fri-­ day   at   4:30   p.m.   VUHS   does   own  

the  5-­3  win  over  MUHS,  while  the   Slaters  would  be  an  unfamiliar  foe.   EAGLES Likewise,  the  No.  4  Eagles  (13-­3)   VDZWKHLUKRPHJDPHYV1R5LFH (4-­12)   moved   to   Wednesday.   If   the   (DJOHVGXSOLFDWHGWKHLUUHJXODU VHDVRQZLQRYHU5LFHWKH\ZLOOKRVW either  OV  or  Lake  Region  on  Friday,   SUREDEO\ WKH 2WWHUV LQ D UHPDWFK RI their   regular-­season   extra-­inning   nailbiter.

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Mar y Hogan on track MARY HOGAN ELEMENTARY School fifth- and sixth-graders participated in their annual track meet held at Middlebury College last Wednesday. The students ran a variety of foot races and also competed in the softball throw and long jump. Pictured are, clockwise from top left, sixth-graders Annie Lapiner, Emma Huntington, Taylor Moulton and Mary Ann Eastman; Wren Colwell and Isabel Olson; Merry Kimble, Phoebe Smith and Mira Maglienti; Zayne Lacey; Kimble and Eastman; Mayson Wisnowski; Codi Pepin-Parent and Julian Roy; Anthony Garner and Dagen Siner; and Emma Quesnel and Emily Pecsok.

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tions.  Except  that  just  about  the  time   I   walked   the   200   yards   back   to   the   VSRW , ZDQWHG WR ÂżVK DQG ZDGHG through   swift   thigh-­deep   current   to   a  beautiful  run  where  I  have  landed   18-­inch  trout  in  the  past,  I  caught  a   Ă&#x20AC;DVKRIOLJKWQLQJRXWRIWKHFRUQHURI my  eye.  The  thunder  followed  barely   three   seconds   later.   Sound   travels   WKURXJK WKH DLU DERXW RQHÂżIWK RI D mile  in  a  second,  meaning  the  light-­ ning   had   struck   a   little   over   half   a   mile  away  from  where  I  was  standing   thigh  deep  in  the  water  with  a  9-­inch   graphite  conducting  rod  in  my  hand.   Getting  struck  by  lightning,  like  hit-­ ting  a  moose  with  a  car,  falls  in  the   category   of   non-­humorous.   So   with   the  same  adrenaline  rush  I  felt  when   seeing   that   moose   step   on   the   road,   I   waded   as   hastily   as   I   could   back   to   relatively   safety   of   the   wooded   shore. Over   the   next   two   hours,   three   more  thunderstorms  moved  through,   one  with  pea-­sized  hail.  Every  time  

one  ended,  and  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  start  wading  out   into   the   river,   another   rolled   in   and   Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  have  to  start  back  toward  shore.   Finally   the   sky   cleared.   However   I   had   barely   waded   out   and   taken   a   half   dozen   casts   when,   almost   instantaneously,   the   water   turned   brown.  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve  never  seen  a  river  get  so   muddy  so  quickly.  One  minute  it  was   running  clear  with  just  a  bit  of  leaf-­ debris.  The  next  it  looked  like  coffee   with  cream.   We  packed  up  and  drove  30  min-­ XWHV WR DQRWKHU ORFDO ÂżVKLQJ VSRW Upper  Dam  at  the  outlet  of  Moose-­ ORRNPHJXQWLF /DNH , ÂżJXUHG WKH outlet  of  a  lake  would  not  be  muddy   from   a   thunderstorm.  The   road   into   the   dam   is   a   rutted,   partly   washed   out,   essentially   unmarked,   gravel   road  about  three  miles  long.  I  turned   onto   the   wrong   unmarked   gravel   road.   Had   we   not,   by   good   fortune,   met   two   lumberjacks   on   their   way   out,  we  would  have  gotten  lost.  Get-­ ting   lost   on   Maine   lumber   roads  

could  be  very  humorous,  but  it  is  the   sort  of  humor  you  only  appreciate  15   years   later.   We   made   it   to   the   dam   DQG ÂżVKHG DQRWKHU WZR KRXUV 5LFK saw  two  big  trout,  but  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  land  ei-­ WKHU,ODQGHGRQHYHU\VPDOOÂżVK We  returned  the  next  morning,  see-­ ing  only  one  moose  on  the  drive.  The   temperature   was   up   and   skies   were   FOHDU %ODFN Ă&#x20AC;LHV HPHUJHG %ODFN Ă&#x20AC;LHV LQ 0DLQHLQ 0D\ DUH QRW DWDOO humorous   (though   attempts   of   an-­ glers  to  avoid  them  can  be).  We  went   downstream   of   where   weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   been   the   previous   morning.   I   hiked   to   a   beautiful  hole  and  gravel  bar  where   I  once  landed  three  brook  trout  over   16  inches  in  an  hour.  The  water  was   too   deep   to   ford   at   that   point.  As   I   stood   on   the   bank   contemplating   whether   to   hike   upstream   or   down-­ stream  in  search  of  a  place  to  cross,   two  other  anglers  emerged  from  the   bushes   across   the   river   and   started   ÂżVKLQJGLUHFWO\DFURVVIURPPHULJKW ZKHUH,NQHZWKHÂżVKZHUH:KLOH,

watched,   they   caught   three   trout.   It   was  not  humorous. My   luck   would   change   in   the   af-­ ternoon,   however.   Several   hatches   started  coming  off  the  water:  at  least   WKUHH PD\Ă&#x20AC;LHV LQ D YDULHW\ RI VL]HV \HOORZ VWRQHĂ&#x20AC;LHV DQG PLGJHV , ODQGHG RQH VDOPRQ DQG ÂżYH EURRN trout.   The   largest   three   trout   were   over  15  inches,  caught  in  three  suc-­ cessive  runs.  Two  of  the  bigger  ones   WRRN D VWUHDPHU Ă&#x20AC;\ , WLHG WR LPLWDWH a   small   trout.   The   largest   hit   on   a   Q\PSKLPLWDWLQJDVPDOOFDGGLVĂ&#x20AC;\ Sometime   late   in   the   afternoon,   , IRXQG 5LFK ÂżVKLQJ D GHHS SRRO behind   a   massive   boulder.   He   was   standing   almost   waist   deep   in   the   water,  working  the  seam  between  the   FDOPZDWHUDQGWKHVZLIWĂ&#x20AC;RZZKHUH the  current  raced  around  the  boulder.   All  of  a  sudden  he  lifted  his  rod,  and   it  bent  down  hard  with  a  nice  trout.   I   got   out   my   camera.   It   was   time   IRU VRPHWKLQJ KXPRURXV 5LFK KDG plenty  of  opportunity,  too.  There  was  

a  tree  over  his  head  to  wrap  his  line   around,  deep  water  on  both  sides  of   him   that   he   could   accidentally   step   into,  a  hat  that  could  fall  off  his  head   into   the   water,   and   all   sorts   of   cre-­ ative  other  things  he  might  spontane-­ ously  come  up  with.   Instead,  he  just  calmly  played,  net-­ ted  and  gently  unhooked  his  largest   trout  of  the  trip:  a  fat  brookie  with   dark  green  sides,  the  sun-­bright  red   and   yellow   spots,   and   enough   red   on  the  underbelly  to  indicate  a  male.   $IWHUKHÂśGUHOHDVHGWKHÂżVKZHGH-­ cided  weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  had  enough  success  for   the   afternoon   and   started   our   four-­ hour  drive  westward,  intent  on  get-­ ting  home  before  midnight.  Despite   the  lack  of  humor,  that  one  perfect   DIWHUQRRQRIZLOGWURXWÂżVKLQJPDGH up   for   a   lot   of   mud,   lightning   de-­ OD\VKDLOEODFNĂ&#x20AC;LHVORQJGLVWDQFH releases,  and  even  for  the  indignity   of   other   anglers   taking   my   spots.   ,WÂśV IXQQ\ KRZ ÂżVKLQJ ZRUNV WKDW way.


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Quirky actors key to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Chinese Puzzleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Chinese   Puzzle;Íž   Running   time:   O\ Ă&#x20AC;HG3DULVZLWKWKHLUWZRFKLOGUHQ to  live  in  New  York  with  an  American   1:57;Íž  Rating:  R  The   The   key   to   the   great   fun   of   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chi-­ she  met  on  a  business  trip.  Unwilling   to   be   away   from   his   chil-­ nese   Puzzleâ&#x20AC;?   is   its   cast.   A   dren,  Xavier  follows  her  and   script   calling   for   a   crowd   bunks  in  with  his  old  friend   of   characters   runs   the   risk   Isabelle  (CĂŠcile  De  France)   of   confusing   the   audience   whose   current   partner   is   but   here   each   character   Ju   (Sandrine   Holt).   When   becomes   a   strong,   quirky   Isabelle   asks   for   a   sperm   individual   who   we   want   to   donation,  her  ticket  to  moth-­ follow   through   the   story.   erhood,   Xavier   obliges.   So   Any  miscast  role  could  have   now   Xavier   has   fathered   a   hurt   the   whole   because   the   child  for  an  old  pal. wacky   structure   is   as   won-­ All   this   unfolds   at   the   derfully  rickety  as  any  Chi-­ very   time   he   is   trying   to   nese  puzzle.   satisfy   the   demands   of   a   The   key   to   its   success   is   By Joan Ellis ]HDORXVLPPLJUDWLRQRIÂżFHU Romain   Duris   who   plays   (Peter   McRobbie)   who   is   Xavier,   a   thoroughly   ap-­ pealing  French  writer  who  wishes  des-­ trying  to  prove  Xavier  is  not  married  to   perately  for  some  calm  in  his  life  and   Nancy  (Li  Jun  Li),  the  Chinese-­Ameri-­ is  instead  awash  in  personal  chaos.  In   can  niece  of  Ray  (Sharrieff  Pugh)  who   his  effort  to  stay  unentangled  he  runs   ZDVVDYHGLQDKRUULÂżF1HZ<RUN&LW\ full  tilt  through  his  days  in  a  state  of   VWUHHWÂżJKWE\DKHURLF;DYLHU1DQF\ charming   bewilderment.   Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   hard   to   is  repaying  the  family  debt  by  pretend-­ think  of  another  actor  who  could  have   ing  to  be  Xavierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  American  wife  for   pulled   this   off   without   seeming  cloy-­ immigration   purposes.   Whenever   old   girlfriend  Martine  (Audrey  Tautou)  ar-­ LQJ+HÂśVWHUULÂżF Consider   the   crowd   he   is   navigat-­ rives  from  France,  she  and  Xavier  en-­ ing.  His  ex-­wife,  Wendy  (Kelly  Reil-­ gage  in  a  prickly  standoff,  each  afraid   HAROLD   LLOYD  AND   co-­star   Mildred   Davis   sample   exotic   on-­shore   attractions   in   â&#x20AC;&#x153;A   Sailor-­Made   Manâ&#x20AC;?  

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Silent film, live music on tap June 14 BRANDON   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   A   program   titled   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Silent  Comedy  with  Harold  Lloydâ&#x20AC;?   will  be  shown  on  Saturday,  June  14,   at  7  p.m.  at  Brandon  Town  Hall  and   Community   Center   on   Route   7   in   downtown  Brandon. Lloyd   was   the   boy   next   door   who   yearned   to   make   good,   but   in-­ stead   had   a   knack   for   getting   into   spectacular   trouble.   His   upbeat   and   fast-­paced   comedies   never   failed   to   convulse  audiences,  making  him  the   most   popular   movie   star   of   Holly-­ ZRRGÂśVVLOHQWÂżOPHUD Viewers   can   see   for   themselves   ZK\ /OR\G ZDV WKH WRS ER[ RIÂżFH attraction  of  the  1920s  in  a  program   featuring  some  of  his  best  comedies,   including   â&#x20AC;&#x153;A   Sailor-­Made   Manâ&#x20AC;?   (1921),  all  shown  with  live  music.   Live   music   will   be   provided   by   accompanist   Jeff   Rapsis,   a   resident   of  Bedford,  N.H.  and  one  of  the  na-­ WLRQÂśV OHDGLQJ VLOHQW ÂżOP PXVLFLDQV The  screening  is  sponsored  by  local   residents  Pam  and  Steve  Douglass. Âł7KHUHÂśV QRWKLQJ OLNH VLOHQW ÂżOP comedy   shown   on   the   big   screen   with   a   live   audience,â&#x20AC;?   said   Rapsis,  

who   regularly   accompanies   silent   ÂżOP VFUHHQLQJV DURXQG 1HZ (QJ-­ land. Lloydâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   optimistic   go-­getter   char-­ acter  was  extremely  popular  through-­ out   the   1920s,   as   audiences   eagerly   followed  him  from  one  adventure  to   the  next.  His  pictures  mixed  comedy,   sentiment   and   thrills   in   a   winning   combination   that   has   stood   the   test   of  time.   In   â&#x20AC;&#x153;A   Sailor-­Made   Man,â&#x20AC;?   Harold   plays   a   wealthy   young   man   who   signs  up  for  the  U.S.  Navy  to  prove   himself  worthy  of  the  girl  he  loves.   The  Navy  proves  less  than  a  picnic,   until   Harold   gets   an   opportunity   to   save   his   girl   when   she   gets   kid-­ napped.  Harold  races  to  the  rescue  in   classic  silent  comedy  style. The   evening-­long   program   at   Brandon  Town  Hall  will  be  rounded   RXWZLWKRWKHU/OR\GÂżOPV\HWWREH decided.   The   Harold   Lloyd   program   con-­ tinues   another   season   of   silent   ÂżOPV SUHVHQWHG ZLWK OLYH PXVLF DW the   Brandon   Town   Hall.   The   series   provides   local   audiences   the   oppor-­

WXQLW\WRH[SHULHQFHVLOHQWÂżOPDVLW was  intended  to  be  shown:  on  the  big   screen,   in   good-­looking   prints,   with   live  music,  and  with  an  audience. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If  you  can  put  pieces  of  the  expe-­ rience   back   together   again,   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   sur-­ SULVLQJKRZWKHVHÂżOPVVQDSEDFNWR life,â&#x20AC;?   Rapsis   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;By   showing   the   ÂżOPVXQGHUWKHULJKWFRQGLWLRQV\RX can  really  get  a  sense  of  why  people   ÂżUVWIHOOLQORYHZLWKWKHPRYLHV´ Comedy   programs   have   been   es-­ pecially   popular   with   audiences   in   Brandon.  In  addition  to  Lloyd,  other   VLOHQWÂżOPFRPHGLDQVKLJKOLJKWHGLQ this   seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   series   are   Buster   Ke-­ aton  and  Harry  Langdon.   Admission   for   this   event   is   free;Íž   donations  are  encouraged,  with  pro-­ ceeds  to  support  ongoing  renovation   of  the  town  hall.  For  more  informa-­ tion,   visit   www.brandontownhall. org.   For   more   information   on   the   music,  visit  www.jeffrapsis.com.

0,''/(%85< ² 7KLV -XQH DV 9HUPRQW HQWHUV WKH VHDVRQ RI Ă&#x20AC;RZ-­ HUV DQG IUXLW (GJHZDWHU *DOOHU\ LQ Middlebury  presents  a  summery  col-­ lection  of  Cynthia  Kirkwoodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  paint-­ ings  with  a  focus  on  bright  and  cheer-­ ful  color.  Beyond  the  visible  subject   matter,   this   work   is   about   color   as   OLJKW )RU WKH ÂżUVW WLPH H[FOXVLYHO\ WKURXJK (GJHZDWHU .LUNZRRG DOVR exhibits   her   colored   lead   drawings,   created   on   paper   hand-­stained   and   dried  with  coffee  and  tea. The   gallery   will   hold   an   opening   reception   on   Friday,   June   13,   from   5-­7   p.m.   to   celebrate   this   new   col-­ lection  and  the  beginning  of  summer   alongside   friends   Caledonia   Spirits,   who   will   be   serving   cocktails   and   presenting   tastings,   and   local   berry   farmers,  offering  seasonal  fruits. Born   in   Zurich,   Switzerland,   Kirkwood   grew   up   in   Bermuda   and   continued  her  studies  at  Middlebury   College   and   the   New   York   Studio   6FKRRO 6KH KDV OLYHG LQ *UHHFH Vancouver,   southern   Mexico,   Lon-­ don,   Bermuda,   Umbria,   Montana   and  Paris,  and  has  spent  time  explor-­ ing  the  Caribbean,  Haiti,  Colombia,  

and   Indonesia.   Kirkwood   now   lives   in   the   mountains   of   Vermont,   and   this  latest  collection  of  work  was  pri-­ marily  created  in  Ireland,  where  she   currently  spends  parts  of  her  year. Kirkwoodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   work   is   on   view   through  June  30.  For  more  informa-­ tion  on  the  exhibition,  artist,  or  for  a   SULYDWHWRXUFRQWDFW(GJHZDWHU*DO-­ lery   at   802-­458-­0098   or   shawna@ edgewatergallery-­vt.com,   or   visit   www.edgewatergallery-­vt.com.

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Meet our providers. Each doctor is certified by the American Board of OB/GYN. Additionally, Dr. Turner is certified by American Board of Family Medicine.

7 days

Mon. - Fri. 8-6, Sat. 8-5, Sun. 9-4

For more information about the practice and individual doctors, please visit the website at: addisonob-gyn.org

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Find us on Dr. Alan D. Ayer, MD UVM College of Medicine www.addisonindependent.com

James A. Malcolm, III, MD University of Virginia College of Medicine

Anna Bevenuto, MD UVM College of Medicine

Katherine Wagner, MD, FACOG UVM College of Medicine

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David Turner, MD Dartmouth Medical School & Brown University School of Medicine


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DOG   TEAM   CATERING.   Seating  up  to  300,  plus  bar   available,  Middlebury  VFW.   Full  menus.  802-­388-­4831,   www.dogteamcatering.net.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   N O R T H   F E R -­ RISBURGH   MEETINGS:   Sunday,   Daily   Reflections   Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM,  at  the   PARTY   RENTALS;   CHI-­ United   Methodist   Church,   NA,   flatware,   glassware,   Old  Hollow  Rd. linens.   Delivery   available.   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ 802-­388-­4831. M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   FRIDAY:   Dis-­ cussion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   Cards  of  Thanks PM  at  The  Turning  Point  in   The   Marbleworks,   Middle-­ THANKS   HOLY   FATHER   bury. and   St.   Jude   for   prayers   answered.  V.B. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   THURSDAY:   Public  Meetings Big  Book  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   PM   at   the   Turning   Point   ADULT   ALL-­RECOVERY   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   Group   Meeting   for   anyone   Middlebury.  Speaker  Meet-­ over   18   who   is   struggling   ing  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  St.  Ste-­ with   addiction   disorders.   phen’s  Church,  Main  St.(On   Tuesdays,   3-­4   p.m.   at   the   the  Green). Turning   Point   Center.   A   great  place  to  meet  with  your   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ peers  who  are  in  recovery.   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Bring   a   friend   in   recovery.   MEETINGS  WEDNESDAY:   For  info  call  802-­388-­4249  or   Big  Book  Meeting  7:15-­8:15   802-­683-­5569  or  visit  www. AM  is  held  at  the  Middlebury   United  Methodist  Church  on   turningpointaddisonvt.org. N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ sion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00  PM.   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Women’s  Meeting  5:30-­6:30   M E E T I N G S   S AT U R -­ PM.  Both  held  at  The  Turn-­ DAY:   Discussion   Meeting   ing  Point  Center  in  the  Mar-­ 9:00-­10:00  AM   at   the   Mid-­ bleworks,  Middlebury. dlebury   United   Methodist   Church.  Discussion  Meeting   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ 10:00-­11:00  AM.   Women’s   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Meeting  Noon-­1:00  PM.  Be-­ MEETINGS  TUESDAY:  11th   ginners’  Meeting   6:30-­7:30   Step   Meeting   Noon-­1:00   PM.  These  three  meetings   PM.  ALATEEN  Group.  Both   are  held  at  The  Turning  Point   held   at   Turning   Point,   228   Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   Maple  Street.  12  Step  Meet-­ ing  Noon-­1:00  PM.  12  Step   Middlebury. Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ held   at   The   Turning   Point   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   M E E T I N G S   M O N D AY:   Middlebury. As   Bill   Sees   It   Meeting   Noon-­1:00   PM.   Big   Book   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   held   at   The   Turning   Point   Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   Middlebury.

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ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   SUNDAY:   12   Step   Meeting   9:00-­10:00   AM  held  at  the  Middlebury   United  Methodist  Church  on   N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ sion  Meeting  1:00-­2:00  PM   held   at   The   Turning   Point   Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   Middlebury.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   V E R G E N N E S   MEETINGS:   Sunday,   12   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   Friday,  Discussion  Meeting   8:00-­9:00   PM.   Both   held   at   St.   Paul’s   Church,   Park   St.   Tuesday,   Discussion   Meeting   7:00-­8:00   PM,   at   the  Congregational  Church,   Water  St.

NA   MEETINGS   MIDDLE-­ BURY:   Fridays,   7:30pm,   held   at   the   Turning   Point   Center  located  in  the  Marble   Works.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ MOUS  NEW  HAVEN  MEET-­ INGS:   Monday,   Big   Book   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  the   Congregational  Church,  New   Haven  Village  Green.

ARE  YOU  BOTHERED  BY   someone’s  drinking?  Open-­ ing   Our   Hearts   Women’s   Al-­Anon  Group  meets  each   Wednesday   at   7:15   p.m.   at   the   Turning   Point   Cen-­ ter   in   the   Marbleworks   in   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Middlebury.  Anonymous  and   MOUS   RIPTON   MEET-­ confidential,   we   share   our   INGS:   Monday,   As   Bill   experience,   strength   and   Sees   It   Meeting   7:15-­8:15   hope  to  solve  our  common   AM.   Thursday,   Grapevine   problems. Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM.  Both   held   at   Ripton   Firehouse,   MAKING  RECOVERY  EAS-­ Dugway  Rd. IER  (MRE).  Starting  January   15,   5:30  —  7:00   PM   at   The   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Turning   Point   Center.   This   MOUS   BRANDON   MEET-­ will   be   a   facilitated   group   INGS:  Monday,  Discussion   meeting  for  those  struggling   Meeting   7:30-­8:30   PM.   with   the   decision   to   attend   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ 12-­step  programs.  It  will  be   ing  7:00-­8:00  PM.  Friday,  12   limited  to  explaining  and  dis-­ Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   cussing   our   feelings   about   All   held   at   the   St.  Thomas   the  12-­step  programs  to  cre-­ Episcopal   Church,   RT   7   ate  a  better  understanding  of   South. how  they  can  help  a  person   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ in  recovery  on  his  /  her  life’s   MOUS   BRISTOL   MEET-­ journey.  A  certificate  will  be   INGS:   Sunday,   Discussion   issued  at  the  end  of  all  the   Meeting   4:00-­5:00   PM.   sessions.   Please   bring   a   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ friend   in   recovery   who   is   ing   7:00-­8:00   PM.   Friday,   also  contemplating  12-­step   Big  Book  Meeting,  6:00-­7:00   programs. PM.  All  held  at  the  Federated   NA   MEETINGS   MIDDLE-­ Church,  Church  St. BURY:  Mondays,  6pm,  held   at   The   Turning   Point   Cen-­ ter   located   in   The   Marble   Works.

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1   YEAR   OLD   friendly   HAS   YOUR   BUILDING   rooster;   Copper   Maran.   shifted   or   settled?   Contact   Needs   own   flock.   Free.   Woodford   Brothers   Inc.   802-­897-­5151. for   straightening,   leveling,   foundation  and  wood  frame   repairs  at  1-­800-­OLD-­BARN.   TEEN   ALL-­RECOVERY   www.woodfordbros.com. Lost/Found Group   Meeting   for   anyone   M I S S I N G :   W H I T E   15-­18  years  old  who  is  strug-­ L O N G -­ H A I R   H U S K Y.   gling   with   addiction   disor-­ Spayed   female.  Approx.   6   ders.  Tuesdays,  4-­5  p.m.  at   LAWN   MOWING   AND   years  old.  Had  on  2  collars;   the  Turning  Point  Center.  A   spring  clean-­ups;  lawn  rak-­ 1   red,   1   blue.  Answers   to:   great  place  to  meet  with  your   ing,   debris   cleanup   from   Muffin.   Missing   from   Whit-­ peers  who  are  in  recovery.   snow   plowing.   Brush   trim-­ ing,   May   23.   Please   call   Bring   a   friend   in   recovery.   ming,   hedge   trimming,   802-­989-­2893. For  info  call  802-­388-­4249  or   power  washing,  light  truck-­ 802-­683-­5569  or  visit  www. ing.   Small   carpentry   jobs,   turningpointaddisonvt.org. property   maintenance   and   Garage  Sales repairs.   Gene’s   Property   Management,  Leicester,  VT.   H O F M A N N   G A R A G E   Services Fully  insured.  Call  for  a  free   SALE.   2493   Lake   Street,   Addison.  June  8,  10am-­3pm. CHAIN  SAW  CHAINS  sharp-­ estimate,  802-­349-­6579. ened.  Call  802-­759-­2095. LOGGING,  LAND  CLEAR-­ MIDDLEBURY.   JUNE   7,   CONSTRUCTION:   ADDI-­ ING,   forest   management.   12-­4  ;  June  8,  9-­2.  37  Dan-­ TIONS,   RENOVATIONS,   Highest   rate   on   all   timber.   yow   Drive.   Great   furniture   new   construction,   drywall,   Double  rates  on  low  grade   (Ethan   Allen   futon   and   comfy   chairs),   kitchen   and   carpentry,  painting,  flooring,   chip  wood.  518-­643-­9436. roofing,   pressure   washing,   MB  CONSTRUCTION.  AS-­ other   housewares   (includ-­ driveway  sealing.  All  aspects   PHALT  SHINGLES,  corru-­ ing  Keurig),  bikes,  clothing   of  construction,  also  property   gated   metal.   Roof   repairs.   and  more. maintenance.  Steven  Fifield   Free  estimates.  Insured.  Mi-­ ORWELL,  SAT  /  SUN  JUNE   802-­989-­0009. chael  Berard.  802-­324-­2013. 7TH  /  8TH,  9AM  to  4PM,  68   Parks  Drive,  802-­948-­2668.   MISC   GRAPHICS   offers   40’   garage   filled.   Outdoor   design  services.  Reasonable   (scuba,   frame   backpack,   DAVE’S   TREE   SERVICE.   pricing,  references.  8  years   fishing,  hunting),  motorcycle   professional   e xperience.   B A   Trimming,   pruning,   land   acc,  Chevy  parts,  fire  lights,   clearing.  Tree  removal  and   degree   in   Graphic   Design.   equine  and  pet  items  (small   E-­mail   M andy   a t   m iscgraph-­ stump   grinding.   Also   sell-­ dog  clothes,  bird  toys),  toys,   ing   firewood.   Dangerous   icsvt@gmail.com. books,   DVDs,   clothes,   lin-­ trees   our   specialty.   Free   R O T O T I L L I N G   &   ens,   pocketbooks,   jewelry,   estimates.   Fully   insured.   BRUSH-­HOGGING.   Ron   antiques,  household  items,   Leicester,  802-­282-­9110. tools,  furniture,  Kia  minivan,   Stevens  802-­462-­3784. even  the  house  is  for  sale.   More  added  daily.

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Help  Wanted

YA R D   S A L E .   F U R N I -­ TURE,   clothes,   household   items.   Saturday,   8am-­12.   34  Schoolhouse  Hill  Road,   East  Middlebury.

AMERICAN   FLATBREAD   IS  HIRING  a  Dining  Room   Manager.  If  you  have  experi-­ ence  offering  excellent  cus-­ tomer  service,  possess  great   communication  skills,  work   well  with  a  team,  know  how   to  motivate  others  and  have   an  interest  in  delicious,  local   and   organic   food,   please   forward  your  resume  to  Dan-­ ielle:   Danielle@american   flatbread.com  or  drop  it  off  at   the  restaurant.  35-­40  hours  /   week,  nights  and  weekends   a  must.  EOE.

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Deli-Catering Business in Addison County Well-established business, sales $426,00, asking $139,00 + inventory

For details, call Michael Henry Business Brokers

Garage  Sales

Garage  Sales

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volunteered  her  time  at  last  year’s   Day  of  Caring  in  the  lovely  gar-­ dens   at   Hospice   Volunteer   Ser-­ vices.    Ashe,  who  also  volunteers   for   HVS   throughout   the   year,   ¿QGVYROXQWHHULQJWREHYHU\VDW isfying:    “I  enjoy  gardening,  and   volunteering   allows   me   to   make   a  difference  by  participating  and   being   part   of   the   community.”     Thank  you,  Sarah.

CARPENTERS  AND  CON-­ STRUCTION   LABORERS   needed.  Steady  work.  Chit-­ tenden   County.   Pay   com-­ mensurate   with   tools   and   experience.  802-­825-­6510.

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The Middlebury Community Supper Program is seeking volunteers to help out during the next several months. Every Friday evening, volunteers meet at the Congregational Church to make delicious meals and share them with members of our community. Tasks include setting up buffet tables, simple food preparation, and cleanup. This is a great opportunity for groups or businesses that would like to volunteer as a team. You can volunteer once a year or once a month! Please call 388-7044 if you are interested. Thank you.

BANKRUPTCY:   CALL   to   find   out   if   bankruptcy   can   help   you.   Kathleen   Walls,   Esq.  802-­388-­1156.

DRIVERS   PRIME,   INC.   Company  drivers  and  inde-­ pendent  contractors  for  re-­ frigerated,  tanker  and  flatbed   needed.  Plenty  of  freight  and   great  pay.  Start  with  Prime   Help  Wanted today.  Call  877-­736-­3019  or   AUTOMOTIVE   TECHNI-­ apply  online  at  driveforprime. CIAN   NEEDED.   Must   be   com. knowledgable  in  all  aspects   DRIVERS:   LOCAL   COM-­ of  repair.  ASE-­certified  help-­ BINATION  city  drivers  /  dock   ful,  but  not  required.  Techs   workers   needed.   Excellent   are  also  on  wrecker  rotation.   hourly   rate,   home   daily,   Any   towing   experience   is   fully  paid  medical  benefits.   helpful.  Apply   in   person   or   CDL-­A  w/XT  or  HTN  req.  Call   send  resume  to  Mike’s  Auto,   855-­378-­4972.  YRC  Freight   19A  Elm  St,  Middlebury,  VT. is  an  Equal  Opportunity  /  Af-­ firmative  Action   employer.   Minorities  /  Females  /  Disabled   /  Protected  Veterans.

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FARM  HELP  NEEDED.  Tie   stall   barn.   Must   be   good   milker.  Some  field  work  and   equipment   maintenance.   References   required.   Call   802-­377-­9083. I N S U R A N C E   U N D E R -­ WRITER:   Are   you   a   CSR   looking  for  an  opportunity?   Underwriting  experience  of   3-­5  years.  Strong  computer   skills.  Ability   to   deal   effec-­ tively   with   companies   and   agents.   Knowledge   of   ba-­ sic  underwriting  guidelines.   Send   resume   to:   PO   BOX   323,  Middlebury,  VT  05753. LOOKING   FOR   2-­3   Car-­ penters   with   2-­5   years   ex-­ perience.  Busy  season.  Valid   driver’s   license   and   own   basic  tools  a  must.  Please   call  802-­355-­3193. MEDICAL  OFFICE  TRAIN-­ EES  NEEDED.  Train  to  be-­ come  a  Medical  Office  Assis-­ tant.  No  experience  needed.   Online  training  at  SC  Train   gets   you   job   ready.   HS   di-­ ploma  /  GED  and  PC  /  Internet   needed.  1-­888-­221-­0295.

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Basin   Harbor   Club,   recognized   as   one   of   the  Best  Places  to  Work  in  Vermont  in  2014,   has   opened   for   our   128th   season   on   Lake   Champlain.     We   are   currently   accepting   applications   for   multiple   seasonal   full-­time   and   part-­time   positions   for   June   through   October.  Certain  candidates  could  be  eligible   for  on-­property  housing. Fine  Dining  Room  Floor  Captains Fine  Dining  Room  Servers  &  Assistants Host  /  Hostess Banquet  Set-­up  Staff Housekeepers Bell  Person Front  Desk  Agent Babysitters 6HDVRQDO (PSOR\HH %HQH¿WV (PSOR\HH meals  during  work  in  the  cafeteria  for  $3.00   (includes  hot  buffet,  salad  bar,  sandwich  bar,   dessert,   fruit,   and   drinks).   Free   uniforms.   Employee   discounts   on   lodging,   food,   spa   and  property  activities. For  full  position  listings  and  to  apply  online   got   to   www.basinharbor.com/jobs.     Must   be   willing   and   able   to   pass   a   background   check  prior  to  employment.

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2  BEDROOM,  FIRST  floor   apartment,   with   office,   in   Middlebury   at   85   Court   Street.  Full  basement  with   laundry   hook-­ups.   Avail-­ able   June   1.   $1,000  /  mo.   plus   utilities.   Deposit,   credit   check   and   refer-­ ences   required.   No   pets   or  smoking.  No  exceptions.   802-­352-­6678.

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BRISTOL  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  NEW  SCHOOL   HOUSE   office   suites   lo-­ cated  in  Bristolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Old  High   School   complex   on   the   green  is  now  renting.  Five   separate   one   and   two   room,   newly   renovated,   offices   with   a   common   waiting   area,   conference   room,  bathroom  and  kitch-­ enette.  Rent  includes  heat,   electricity  and  shared  wi-­fi.   The   5   suites   range   from   377  s.f.  up  to  648  s.f.  Two   of   the   suites   are   single   rooms.  Three  have  an  in-­ ner  and  outer  office.  Newly   refinished   floors,   painted   trim,  ceiling  fans  and  light-­ ing.   Tenants   choose   the   wall   colors.  The   first   year   of   lease   will   have   2   free   months   and   first   tenant   to   sign   a   lease   will   get   a   third  month  free  rent.  Call   802-­453-­4065   or   twells@ wellslaw.com  for  more  info.

PROCTOR  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  2   BR   apart-­ ment,   garage,   washer  /   dryer   hookup,   pets   nego-­ tiable,   no   smoking   pre-­ ferred.   $900,   includes   heat,   credit   and   criminal   check.   Available   in   June,   c a l l   8 0 2 -­ 8 5 5 -­ 1 5 3 1   o r   802-­855-­1570.

C L I M AT E   C O N T R O L   STORAGE   now   avail-­ able   in   New   Haven.   Call   802-­453-­5563.

VERY  NICE  3  BEDROOM   apartment   in   village   set-­ ting,   large   living   room,   eat-­in   kitchen,   den,   1   1/2   baths,   wood   floors,   laun-­ dry  hookups,  heat  /  garbage   included,   off   street   park-­ ing,   on   site   storage   unit   available  for  additional  fee,   smokers  /  pets,  $1,250  /  mo.,   first  /  last  /  security,   refer-­ ences.   Available   July   1,   2014.   802-­382-­8522   (D),   802-­734-­1166  (C).

RENT  REDUCED:  WEST   ADDISON  completely  fur-­ nished   2   bedroom   apart-­ ment.  Lake  Champlain  ac-­ cess.   No   pets.   Available   immediately.  Rent  is  $900   /  month  which  includes  utili-­ ties.  Call  802-­759-­2382. ROOM  TO  RENT  in  Bran-­ d o n .   $ 1 2 0   p e r   w e e k .   802-­417-­4057.

SALISBURY  FURNISHED   STUDIO   apartment.   Nice   porch,  like  new  condition.   No  smoking,  no  pets.  De-­ posit   and   references   re-­ quired.  Includes  all  utilities.   BRISTOL   2   BEDROOM   $750  /  mo.  802-­352-­9094. APARTMENT,   upstairs.   O n e   b l o c k   f r o m   M a i n   SELF   STORAGE,   8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   Street.  Heat,  electricity,  hot   units.   Your   lock   and   key,   water  furnished.  Available   $55  /  m onth.   Middlebury,   July   1.   $975  /  mo.   Refer-­ 802-­558-­6092. ences.  802-­453-­3818. SOUTH   STARKSBORO   BRISTOL   2   BEDROOM   2   bedroom   mobile   home   APARTMENT.   One   block   on   owner-­occupied   lot.   from   downtown.   Upstairs   $875  /  month   plus   utilities.   a n d   d o w n s t a i r s .   H e a t   Security  deposit  required.   and   hot   water   furnished.   Includes  W/D,  water,  sew-­ Available  July  1.  $850  /  mo.   er,   trash   removal,   snow   W/D  hookups.  References.   plowing   and   lawn   care.   No   smoking,   no   pets.   802-­453-­3818. R e f e r e n c e s   r e q u i r e d .   BRISTOL   LARGE   ONE   802-­453-­4856. bedroom  apartment.  Walk-­ ing   distance   to   town.   No   S T O R A G E   S PA C E S ,   pets.   No   smoking.   $695  /   11â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X28â&#x20AC;&#x2122;.   Large   overhead   month  plus  utilities  and  de-­ doors,  extra  high  ceilings.   posit.  Call  802-­388-­0730. Will   accommodate   large   campers,   boats   or   lots   of   B R I S T O L ;   Q U A K E R   stuff.  Call  802-­388-­8394. COUNTRY   home   (circa   1850),   twenty-­five   acres.   VERGENNES   COMMER-­ References   required.   No   CIAL   10-­YEAR   lease.   alcohol.  Deposit  required.   1 , 3 0 0   s q .   f t .   $ 1 , 5 0 0  /   $1395  /  m o.   Please   call   month   plus   utilities.   Karla   377-­7445. 864-­630-­6905.

EAST  MIDDLEBURY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  one   bedroom,   includes   heat,   electric   and   hot   water,   $850.   No   pets.   Call   after   4:00  p.m.  802-­388-­7716.

HOUSE   FOR   RENT:   3   bedroom,   1   bath.   1   fin-­ ished  room  in  basement.  5   minute  drive  to  downtown   Middlebury,   located   in   a   family  neighborhood.  Call   2,000  SQUARE  FEET  Pro-­ 802-­310-­0983  for  more  in-­ fessional   office   space   in   formation. Middlebury,   multi-­room.   Ground   level,   parking,   MIDDLEBURY   HOUSE   h a n d i c a p p e d -­ a c c e s -­ SHARE.   Furnished,   W/D,   s i b l e .   Av a i l a b l e   n o w.   wifi.   Utilities   included.   No   smoking  or  pets.  Referenc-­ 802-­558-­6092. es.  First,  last  and  $300  se-­ ADDISON  APARTMENTS;   curity  deposit.  Credit  check.   2   bedroom,   1   bath   $900   $600  /  mo.  Month-­to-­month.   /  mo.   3   bedroom,   2   bath   802-­989-­3097. $1,400  /  mo.  Dog  OK.  1  year   lease.   No   smoking.   Both   MIDDLEBURY   RETAIL   include   heat,   electric   and   SPACE,  just  available.  500   water.  Karla  802-­377-­7445. square   ft.   of   prime   space   across   from   Edgewater   BRANDON  ONE  BR.  $650,   Gallery   at   2   Frog   Hollow   one  person;  $700,  two  per-­ Alley.  Recently  upgraded.   sons.  Includes  heat,  snow   Start   your   business   with   and  rubbish  removal.  Dam-­ the  best  6  months  of  retail   age   deposit,   first   monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   ahead   of   you.   $850   per   rent,   one   year   lease   re-­ month  with  heat,  electricity   quired.  No  smoking  or  pets.   and  water  /  sewer  included.   802-­247-­0115. Call  802-­759-­2511  and  ask   for  Dana. 2   BR   BRANDON   $650   +   utilities.   802-­773-­9107   www.thefuccicompany. com.

WEST   ADDISON:   2   sto-­ ry,   furnished   house   on   lakefront.   Washer,   dryer.   No   smoking.   Available   September   through   May.   860-­653-­8112.

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FARM  FOR  LEASE  WITH   option   to   buy   in   South   Hero.   169   acres,   house,   garage,   barn,   100   acres   of  cropland  /  pasture.  Mini-­ mum   lease   payments   of   $1,000  /  month.   $460,000   purchase  price.  Restricted   by   conservation   ease-­ ment.  Vermont  Land  Trust   seeks   interested   farmer.   Contact   Jon   Ramsay   at   802-­533-­7705   or   jram-­ say@vlt.org.   www.vlt.org   /  landon.

K U H N   1 8 â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   T E D D E R .   $1,500.  OBO.  Mike  Quinn,   802-­388-­7828.

ADDISON  COUNTY  FIRE-­ WOOD.   Premium   hard-­ woods  cut,  split  and  deliv-­ ered.  Custom  sizes  avail-­ able.  For  honest,  reliable   service  call  802-­238-­7748.

DRY   FIREWOOD   $225  /   CORD.   Green   firewood.   Mixed   hardwoods.   $200   /  c ord.   $100  /  h alf   cord.   Also   chunk   wood   avail-­ able.   Delivery   available   at   extra   charge.   Call   802-­545-­2144. LEICESTER  6.8  ACRES,   $59,000.  Very  nice  build-­ FIREWOOD;  CUT,  SPLIT   ing   site   surveyed,   septic   and   delivered.   Green   design   included.   Ready   or   seasoned.   Call   Tom   to   build   on,   with   all   per-­ Shepard,  802-­453-­4285. mits.  Owner  financing.  Call   F I R E W O O D ;   M I X E D   Wayne  802-­257-­7076. H A R D W O O D .   B e e c h ,   L I G H T LY   W O O D E D   maple,   oak,   cherry,   ash.   BUILDING   LOT   in   East   Order   early   and   save.   2   Middlebury   on   private   cord   loads.   Leave   mes-­ road.  Lot  has  village  wa-­ sage  802-­282-­9110. ter,   underground   electric   M O U N T A I N   R O A D   /  communication   services   FIREWOOD.   Green   and   and   conventional   septic.   partially   seasoned   avail-­ Nearby  tennis  courts,  play-­ able.   Oak,   ash,   maple,   ground,   library   and   ball   beech.   Order   now   and   field.  Restrictions  on  mo-­ save  for  next  season.  Cut,   bile   homes,   ranches   and   split   and   delivered.   Call   double   wides.   $69,500.   802-­388-­2502. 802-­759-­2095.



Real  Estate 13-­LOT   OCEANFRONT   SUBDIVISION.   Auction:   June   18.   For   details   and   terms,  visit  www.tranzon. c o m  /  A P 1 4 0 3 3 .   Tr a n -­ zon   Auction   Properties;   866-­503-­1212;   Thomas   W.   Saturley,   ME   RE   Lic.   90600017,  ME  AUC  #757.

WE   ARE   SELLING   our   double   wide   home   and   looking   for   a   buyer   who   will   take   it   away.   3   bed-­ room,  2  bath.  Comes  with   porch,   hot   water   heater,   forced  air  heating  system,   kitchen   appliances   and   wood  pellet  stove.  26x48   in   size.   Asking   $24,000,   OBRO.   Contact   Lisa   at   802-­388-­1457.

2   BEDROOM   RUSTIC   cabin   on   1.7   acres   in   Salisbury   with   320â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   of   Lake   Dunmore   frontage   Animals across  Route  53  with  sun-­ deck   and   dock   on   water.   Beautiful   swimming   and   sunsets.  Quiet  and  private.   $249,900.  Serious,  quali-­ BERNESE   MOUNTAIN   fied   buyers   only   please.   D O G   P U P P I E S .   F i v e   males  available  June  18th   802-­352-­6678. for   homes.   Great   family   2.12   ACRE   BUILDING   or  companion  dogs.  AKC   lot   in   Salisbury,   1/4   mile   registered,   pure,   $1,500.   from   Waterhouses   Res-­ Visit  our  website  for  more   taurant  and  Marina.  1285   information.   www.bel-­ West  Shore  Road.  4  bed-­ lavillaberners.com  or  call   room  septic  installed  with   802-­545-­2052. drilled  well.  28â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  garage   in   place.   $119,900.   Call   GERMAN   SHEPHERD   P U P P I E S .   W h e l p e d   802-­352-­6678. 5/14/2014,   pure   German   lines,  AKC  reg,  OFA,  par-­ ents   on   premises,   raised   4 5   O C E A N F R O N T   with  children,  experienced   ACRES   overlooking   Bay   breeder,  references  avail-­ of   Fundy,   Digby   Neck,   able.   http:  /    /  blackforest-­ Nova   Scotia.   Solar   pow-­ shepherds.com   or   call   ered  summer  cabin.  Com-­ 518-­494-­7409.  $1,200.





plete   privacy.   $250,000.   firm.   www.fundygetaway. com C H A N N E L   W AT E R -­ F R O N T   C O T TA G E S .   Unique   1,   2,   3+   bdrm.,   kitchens,   sandy   beach,   walk  to  Weirs  Beach,  res-­ taurants,  attractions,  shop-­ ping   and   convenience.   Very   clean   and   comfort-­ able,  A/C,  free  wi-­fi,  docks,   outdoor  fireplace,  tiki  bar   with   stereo   and   outdoor   TV,   gas   grills,   great   hos-­ pitality   and   service,   pets   welcome.  Think  summer,   call   now.   603-­366-­4673,   www.channelcottages. com.

Starksboro  man  accused  of  smuggling  pot  into  prison ADDISON  COUNTY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Vermont   State  Police  last  week  cited  a  Starks-­ boro  man  for  allegedly  trying  to  take   regulated  drugs  into  the  Marble  Val-­ ley  Regional  Correctional  Facility  in   Rutland. Det.  Trooper  Michael  Notte  reported   that   on   May   16   the   Department   of   Corrections  Rutland  Field  Supervisory   Unit   took   23-­year-­old  Andrew   Bis-­ sonette  to  the  prison.  During  the  entry   process,  correction  officers  conducted  

MULCH  HAY  FOR  SALE:   Delivery   available.   Call   for  pricing.  802-­453-­4481,   8 0 2 -­ 3 4 9 -­ 9 2 8 1 ,   o r   802-­989-­1004. S AW D U S T;   S T O R E D   AND   undercover.   Large   tandem  silage  truck  $627,   delivered.   Large   single   axle   dump   $259,   deliv-­ ered.   Single   axle   dump   $192,   delivered.   Pick   up   and   loading   also   avail-­ able.   Phone   order   and   credit   cards   accepted.   802-­453-­2226.   Bagged   shavings   in   stock.   $5.50   per  bag. TORO   LX-­500   LAWN-­ MOWER,  $700.  Locknow   575   mixer   wagon   with   stainless   steel   interior,   $7,500.   Post   pounder,   $500.  802-­453-­3870. WHITNEYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S   CUSTOM   FARM  WORK.  Pond  agi-­ tating,  liquid  manure  haul-­ ing,  drag  line  aerating.  Call   for  price.  462-­2755,  John   Whitney.

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Boats 2006   BAYLINER   185BR   in  excellent  condition.  130   h.p.   Mercrusier   engine   with  very  low  usage.  Entire   boat   meticulously   main-­ tained.  Seats  and  carpet-­ ing  like  new.  Custom  cover   and   trailer   are   included.   $10,000.  802-­247-­6870. BOSTON  WHALER  BOAT   (1982)  17â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  Newport,  90hp   Johnson   motor   (1987)   with   few   hours.   Galva-­ nized  trailer,  new  controls,   tune-­up,   starter,   starter   solenoid  and  trailer  tires.   Extra  prop  included.  Also   some  accessories.  Fresh   water   boat,   second   own-­ er.   Very   good   condition.   $4,500.  OBO.  Pictures  on   Craigâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   list,   Bristol,   Ver-­ mont.  Cash  or  bank  check.   802-­453-­4235.

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ANTIQUES   WANTED.   L o c a l   3 r d   g e n e r a t i o n   dealer,   free   verbal   ap-­ praisals.  Call  Brian  Bittner   at   802-­272-­7527   or   visit   www.bittnerantiques.com.

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she  had  even  started  school  and  con-­ tinued  with  a  young  peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  summer   art   program   in   New  York   City   and   later,  at  the  Art  Students  League.  She   moved  to  New  York  as  a  young  woman   and   commenced   a   successful   career   as   a   graphic   artist.   Rachael   married   EXVLQHVVPDQ5REHUW(OPHULQDQG GLHGSUHPDWXUHO\LQ)HEUXDU\LQ the  Spanish  flu  epidemic. Today  Rokeby  Museum  is  a  National   Historic  Landmark  designated  for  its   exceptional   Underground   Railroad   history.  The  museum  and  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rachaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   1HZ<RUN3RVWFDUGVDW´ZLOOEH open   daily   from   10   a.m.   to   5   p.m.   until   Sunday,   Oct.   26.  Admission   is   IRUDGXOWVIRUVHQLRUVDQG for  students. For   more   information   visit   www. rokeby.org,   email   rokeby@comcast. net  or  call  802-­877-­3406.

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in  New  York  and  elsewhere. This   exhibit   presents   all   12   cards,   the   three   London   postcards   that   in-­ spired  Rachael,  her  working  sketches,   newspaper  coverage,  and  biographical   background.  Full  sets  of  these  scarce   and  now  highly  collectible  cards  are   rarely  seen. The  exhibit  also  includes  a  surprise   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   a   previously   unknown   painting   for   an   unpublished   13th   card.   Paul   Volland  rejected  one  of  the  first  eight   paintings  Rachael  proposed  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  a  sunny,   springtime  view  of  New  York  City  Hall   ZLWKWKH WKHQ EUDQGQHZ0XQLFLSDO Building  towering  up  behind  it.  The   painting  remains  in  Rokebyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  collection   and  will  be  exhibited  for  the  first  time. 5DFKDHO5RELQVRQ(OPHUZDVERUQ at  Rokeby  to  artist  parents  Rowland   (YDQVDQG$QQD6WHYHQV5RELQVRQLQ 1878.  Her  art  education  began  before  

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a  routine  search  and  located  a  small   plastic  bag  containing  marijuana  be-­ longing  to  Bissonette,  Notte  alleged. Bissonette   is   currently   serving   a   sentence  for  simple  assault  and  pos-­ session   of   heroin.   He   is   scheduled   to  answer  the  new  charge  in  Rutland   Superior  Court,  criminal  division,  on   July   14.   The   maximum   penalty   for   transporting  marijuana  into  a  place  of   detention  is  imprisonment  of  not  more   than  six  months  or  a  fine  not  more  than   $500  or  both. S e p a r a t e l y,   Notte   also   re-­ ported   that   ear-­ lier   that   same   day,   May   16,   a   New  Haven  man   was   allegedly   assaulted   at   the   same  prison.   Police  said  inmate  Jolibin  Massam-­ ba,  36,  of  Scranton,  Pa.,  pursued  the   25-­year-­old  inmate  from  New  Haven   into  his  cell  and  poured  hot  coffee  on   his  back,  causing  minor  injuries  that   were  treated  at  the  medical  unit  at  the   facility.  It  is  reported  the  reason  for  the   attack  was  due  to  the  New  Haven  man   removing   Massambaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   coffee   from   the  microwave  to  cook  his  own  food. In   other   recent   activity,   Vermont   State  Police:   Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\DWDPUHVSRQGHG to  a  Route  7  accident  involving  a  school   bus  and  a  dump  truck.  Police  report  that   D:HVWHUQ6WDUGXPSWUXFNZDV stopped  on  Route  7  attempting  to  make   a  left  turn  onto  Campground  Road  in   New  Haven.  A  school  bus  driven  by   'DYLG:(LJKPH\RI)DLU+DYHQ DSSURDFKHGIURPEHKLQGDQG(LJKPH\ UHSRUWHGO\ ORVW FRQWURO RI WKH  Freightliner  Sunstar  school  bus.  The  

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LEICESTER   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Leicester   Historical  Society  is  hosting  Prize   Bingo   on   Saturday,   June   14,   at   1   p.m.   at   the   Senior   Center.   Monies   raised  help  with  maintenance  of  the   historical   buildings.   Refreshments   will  be  served  and  all  are  welcome. The   Leicester   selectboard   is   seeking   an   individual   to   serve   as  

zoning   administrator,   effective   immediately.   Duties   include   hold-­ ing  office  hours  weekly  and  being   available   to   answer   residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   questions   about   permits   and   proj-­ ects.   Letters   of   interest   are   due   at   the   Town   Office,   44   Schoolhouse   Road,   Leicester,   VT   05733   by   Monday,   June   9,   with   interviews  

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to   follow.   For   more   information,   contact   selectboard   Chair   Diane   Benware  at  247-­3786. The   next   meeting   of   the   Hazard   Mitigation   workgroup   will   be   Thursday,  June  12,  at  7  p.m.  at  the   town  office.  If  interested  in  learn-­ ing   more,   contact   the   chair   at   the   aforementioned  number.

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SALISBURY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  There  will  be  a   hazardous   waste   collection   at   the   Salisbury  landfill  on  Saturday,  June   14,  from  8  a.m.  to  noon.  Residents   should  watch  for  the  landfill  news-­ letter,  which  will  list  the  acceptable   and  non-­acceptable  items. The   selectboard   recently   accepted   the   Town   Forest   Plan,   which   was   prepared   by   the   Conservation   Commission.   The  

plan   is   the   result   of   much   work   by   the   commission   including   a   survey   of   town   residents   regard-­ ing  what  uses  they  wanted  to  see  in   the  forest.  The  plan  may  be  viewed   in  the  town  office  or  the  Salisbury   Public  Library. The  town  clerk  reminds  residents   that  the  town  office  is  only  open  on   Mondays  from  11  a.m.  to  2  p.m. During   the   recent   bird-­a-­thon  

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held   at   the   community   school   the   students   and   their   families   identi-­ fied   over   56   species   of   birds   and   raised  $550,  which  will  be  used  for   creating   bird-­friendly   habitats   on   the  school  grounds. The   sixth-­grade   students   at   the   community  school  will  graduate  on   Wednesday,   June   11,   at   6:30   p.m.   The   public   is   welcome.   The   final   day  of  school  is  Monday,  June  16.

2UWRQIRXQGDWLRQH[SDQGVVWDIILQ0D\ MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Orton   Family  Foundation  has  hired  two  staff   PHPEHUV LQ LWV 0LGGOHEXU\ RIÂżFH Executive   Director   David   Leckey   announced. Leslie   Wright   has   joined   Orton   as   communications   associate   and   Rachel   Moyer   has   been   hired   as   the   founda-­ WLRQÂśVRIÂżFHPDQDJHU In  her  role  as  communications  asso-­ ciate,   Wright   is   responsible   for   digi-­ tal   media   and   marketing,   including   the   Orton   website,   social   media   and   e-­communications,   and   will   be   assist-­ ing  in  efforts  to  market  the  foundationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Community  Heart  &  Soul  method.  She   joins   the   foundation   from   Shelburne   Museum   where   she   was   public   rela-­ tions  and  marketing  manager.  Wright  is   a  graduate  of  Middlebury  College  and   holds   a   masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   degree   in   journalism   from  the  University  of  Missouri.

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her  current  post,  Moyer  was  registrar  at   Burlington  College.  She  is  a  graduate  of   Trinity  College  in  Burlington. Orton   Family   Foundation   is   based   in   Middlebury   and   Denver,   Colo.   For   more  information  visit  www.orton.org.

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MONKTON   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Members   of   the   Russell  Memorial  Library  are  prepar-­ ing  for  this  yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  annual  Strawberry   Festival   and   Book   Sale.   They   would   appreciate   any   donations   of   your   clean,   used   books   for   the   sale.   They   can  only  accept  book  donations  during   their   regular   open   hours   of   Tuesday   and   Thursday   from   3   to   7   p.m.   and   Friday  and  Saturday  from  9  a.m.  to  1   p.m.  If  you  are  unable  to  come  during   those   hours,   please   consider   making   an  appointment  to  leave  books  by  call-­ ing  453-­4471  and  one  of  the  staff  will   gladly  meet  you  at  the  library.  Please   do  not  leave  any  donations  other  than   these  hours  or  an  appointment  as  the   books  may  be  ruined  by  weather.  The   library   is   unable   to   accept   any   ency-­ clopedias,   textbooks,   videocassettes   or  Readerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Digest  condensed  books. The   Strawberry   Festival   and   Book   sale  will  be  held  on  Sunday,  June  22,   from   noon   to   3   p.m.   at   the   Monkton   Central   School.   There   will   also   be   a   silent   auction   of   fabulous   locally   PDGH JRRGV DQG JLIW FHUWLÂżFDWHV IRU

goods   and   services.   Entertainment   will   be   provided,   plus   hot   dogs   and   lemonade  will  be  served  in  addition  to   the  usual  strawberries  and  ice  cream. The   library   also   has   several   day   passes  to  various  parks  and  places  of   interest.  You  may  borrow  these  passes   from   the   library   for   a   24-­hour   loan   period.   The   passes   they   have   are   to   Shelburne   Museum,   ECHO   Science   Center,  Vermont   State   Historic   Sites,   Vermont   State   Parks   and   Shelburne   Farms  (new  this  year).  Call  the  library   at  453-­4471  to  arrange  a  pass  pick-­up. Russell   Memorial   Library   is   once   again  sponsoring  a  Reading  Incentive   program   in   partnership   with   the   Monkton   Central   School.   Each   child   has  been  given  a  reading  log  to  record   the   books   that   they   have   read   over   the   summer.   By   returning   that   list   of   books   to   school   in   the   fall,   every   student   will   be   awarded   a   free   book.   Parents,  make  sure  to  ask  your  student   about  the  paperwork  and  reading  logs,   which   were   distributed   at   school   last   week.

Public Notices Index Addison  County  Probate   Court  (1) Fairbanks  Museum  and   Planetarium  (1)

INVITATION TO BID TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY BID NUMBER 05-­18-­2014

Sealed  competitive  bids  for  the  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Town  of   Middlebury  Milling,  Recycling  and  Paving   SURMHFWV´ZLOOEHUHFHLYHGDWWKHRIÂżFHRI WKH 7RZQ 0DQDJHU 7RZQ 2IÂżFHV  Main  Street,  Middlebury,  Vermont  05753   XQWLODPRQ-XQHDQGZLOO be  publicly  opened  and  read  aloud  soon   thereafter.  Bid  packet  is  available  at  the   7RZQ0DQDJHUÂśV2IÂżFHDW0DLQ6WUHHW and   Public   Works   Department   1020   South  Rt.  7   There   will   be   a   mandatory   Pre-­Bid   0HHWLQJ RQ :HGQHVGD\ -XQH   DW DP 0HHWLQJ ZLOO EH RQ VLWH DW Washington   St   Ext.   @   east   intersection   of  Colonial  Dr. The   Town   of   Middlebury,   Vermont   reserves   the   right   to   waive   any   informalities  in,  or  reject  any  and  all  bids,   or  to  accept  any  bid  deemed  to  be  in  the   best  interest  of  Town. Kathleen  Ramsay Town  Manager

Public  notices  for  the  following  can  be  found  in  this   ADDISON  INDEPENDENT  on  this  Page  13B.

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PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  98-­4-­14  Anpr STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF CATHERINE  H.  BAILEY NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To  the  creditors  of  the  estate  of  Catherine  H.   Bailey  late  of  Bristol,  Vermont. I   have   been   appointed   to   administer   this   estate.   All   creditors   having   claims   against   the  decedent  or  the  estate  must  present  their   claims   in   writing   within   four   (4)   months   of   WKH ¿UVW SXEOLFDWLRQ RI WKLV QRWLFH 7KH FODLP must  be  presented  to  me  at  the  address  listed   below  with  a  copy  sent  to  the  court.  The  claim   may   be   barred   forever   if   it   is   not   presented   within  the  four  (4)  month  period. Dated:  May  29,  2014 Raymond  C.  Rossi 137  Prechtl  Road East  Barre,  VT  05649 (802)  479-­9202 rprossi137@yahoo.com Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  June  5,  2014 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,  7  Mahady  Court,  Middlebury,  VT  05753 6/5



STATE OF VERMONT PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD Order of Notice No. 2 Re: Public Hearing Docket No. 8180

The   childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   library   programs   will   begin   on   Friday,   July   11,   and   continue   for   six   consecutive   weeks   IURPWRDP7KHÂżUVWSURJUDP of   the   statewide   theme   of   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fizz,   Boom,   Readâ&#x20AC;?   will   feature   water   and   science  activities.  Contact  the  library   for  more  information  or  to  sign  up  for   programs.  Keep  watch  for  more  infor-­ mation  about  summer  activities  at  the   Russell   Memorial   Library.   Happy   summer! Approximately   20   people   attended   the   Memorial   Day   Observance   held   at   the   East   Monkton   Church   and   hosted   by   the   Monkton   Museum   and   Historical   Society.   Speaker   and   President  of  the  MM&HS  Gill  Coates   read   letters   from   Civil   War   soldier   Augustus  Cox  of  Monkton  telling  his   family  about  the  war  and  about  other   soldiers   that   lived   in   the   area,   two   of   whom   are   buried   in   the   Morgan   Cemetery.   Watch   for   more   informa-­ tion  about  future  presentations  hosted   by  the  MM&HS.  Most  of  these  events   are  free  and  open  to  all  towns.

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TOWN OF MONKTON PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCY

The   Selectboard   is   accepting   written   applications   to   be   appointed   to   the   Monkton   Planning   Commission   until   the   next   town-­wide   election   on   Town   Meeting   March   4,   2015.     Applications   must   be   submitted   by   June   23rd.     The   Planning   Commission   recently   completed  the  Town  Plan  and  is  starting   ZRUNRQUHYLVLRQVWRWKH8QL¿HG3ODQQLQJ Document.   The   Monkton   Planning   Commission   meets   on   the   1st   and   3rd   Tuesdays  of  each  month  at  7:30  p.m.  in   the  Monkton  Town  Hall.   Town  of  Monkton  -­  Selectboard   6/5,  9

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/RFDO+ZLQQHUVH[KLELWLQ%DUUH BARRE   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Vermont   4-­H   State   Day,   the   annual   showcase   of   4-­H   talent,  was  held  May  17  at  the  Barre   Civic  Center  in  Barre. All   exhibitors   at   this   premier   University   of   Vermont   (UVM)   Extension   4-­H   event   were   winners   at  the  regional  level.  The  top  action   exhibits,   photographs,   posters   and  

SPECIAL SHOREHAM SELECTBOARD MEETING

Tuesday,  June  10,  2014  7PM   Shoreham  Elementary  Gym Presentation  of  Draft  of  Memorandum  of   Understanding Between  the  Town  of  Shoreham  and Vermont  Gas  System 6/2  

VERMONT STATE HOUSING AUTHORITY PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

PHA 5-­Year/Annual Plan for Fiscal Years 2015-­2019    In  accordance  with  the  U.S.  Department   of   Housing   and   Urban   Development   regulation  found  at  24CFR  903.17,  Vermont   State   Housing   Authority   has   prepared   a   <HDU$QQXDO 3ODQ IRU ÂżVFDO \HDUV  2019.     This   document,   and   supporting   documents,   is   available   for   review   at   WKH 0DLQ $GPLQLVWUDWLYH 2IÂżFHV RI WKH Vermont   State   Housing   Authority   located   at   One   Prospect   Street,   Montpelier,   VT   between   the   hours   of   9:00   a.m.   and   3:00   p.m.,   Monday   through   Friday,   from   May   20,  2014 Â��â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  July  7,  2014.    A  public  hearing   on  the  5-­Year/Annual  Plan  will  be  held  on   -XO\DWDPDWWKHRIÂżFHVRI the  Vermont  State  Housing  Authority,  One   Prospect  Street,  Montpelier,  VT.   Equal  Housing  Opportunity                                6/5,  16

NOTICE OF ABANDONMENT THE FAIRBANKS MUSEUM & PLANETARIUM

What This Notice Is.   This   notice   is   being   provided   by   the   Fairbanks   Museum   &   Planetarium  in  compliance  with  certain  requirements  of  Vermont  law  (Title  27,  Chapter   12  of  the  Vermont  Statutes)  regarding  property  that  has  been  loaned  to  the  museum,  but   that  appears  to  have  been  abandoned  by  the  lenders. Why The Fairbanks Is Publishing The Notice.   Over   time,   the   interests   and   expectations  of  the  museums  patrons,  and  the  need  to  work  effectively  within  resource   FRQVWUDLQWV KDYH OHG XV WR IRFXV WKH PXVHXPÂśV ZRUN H[FOXVLYHO\ ZLWKLQ WKH ÂżHOG RI natural  history.  As  a  result,  various  items  in  our  collections  are  no  longer  relevant  to  what   we  do.  It  is  expensive  to  maintain  these  items  in  proper  condition,  even  when  they  are   not  on  display.  In  most  cases,  we  know  the  identity  of  the  owner  of  property  on  loan  to   us,  and  we  can  readily  comply  with  the  ownersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  wishes  regarding  disposition  of  objects   we  no  longer  make  use  of.  Some  of  these  items,  however,  were  loaned  by  persons  who   FDQQRWEHORFDWHGDWWKHDGGUHVVHVWKHPXVHXPKDVRQÂżOHDQGWKHLURZQHUVKDYHQRW reclaimed  the  property,  even  after  the  loan  periods  have  expired.  Vermont  law  provides   that  property  of  this  kind  is  deemed  abandoned  by  its  owner  and  donated  to  the  museum   holding  it  if  the  museum  provides  notice  by  publication  in  a  newspaper  in  the  county  in   which  it  is  located,  and  if  the  notice  does  not  yield  information  that  will  allow  the  museum   to  contact  the  lenders.  In  cases  where  this  occurs,  the  museum  will  become  the  legal   owner  of  the  affected  items  and  will  then  be  able  to  retain  them  within  our  collection   or   donate   them   to   other   institutions   that   will   make   better   use   of   them.   If   there   is   no   appropriate  institution  wishing  to  accept  and  care  for  them,  we  reserve  the  right  to  sell   them  and  use  the  proceeds  to  augment  our  natural  history  collections. The  following  is  a  description  of  the  objects  that  are  the  subject  of  this  notice,  together   with  whatever  information  we  have  regarding  the  names  and  addresses  of  the  owners: George,  Mrs.  C.H.,  East  Shoreham,  VT,  3/1932:  Jacket Anyone   who   has   any   knowledge   of   the   whereabouts   of   the   owner   of   any   of   these   items  is  requested  to  provide  that  information  to  the  Fairbanks  Museum.  The  museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   address   is:   Fairbanks   Museum   &   Planetarium,   1302   Main   Street,   St.   Johnsbury,   VT   05819.   The   individual   at   the   museum   who   should   be   contacted   about   any   of   these   matters  is  Mary  Beth  Prondzinski,  Director  of  Collections.  She  may  be  reached  by  mail   at  the  museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  address  given  above,  by  telephone  at  802-­748-­2372,  ext.  110,  or  by   email  at  mprondzinski@fairbanksmuseum.org. According  to  Vermont  law,  if  no  written  assertion  of  title  to  any  of  the  items  described   DERYHLVSUHVHQWHGE\WKHRZQHUZLWKLQGD\VDIWHUWKHGDWHRIWKHÂżQDOSXEOLFDWLRQ date  of  this  notice,  that  is,  by  February  2,  2015,  the  property  will  be  legally  considered   abandoned,   and   will   become   the   property   of   the   Fairbanks.   Of   course,   if   information   concerning  the  whereabouts  of  any  owner  is  received  by  the  museum  before  that  date,   as  a  result  of  this  notice  or  otherwise,  we  will  use  that  information  to  attempt  to  locate   the  owner  and  then  determine  and  honor  his  or  her  wishes  as  to  the  disposition  of  the   property. 6/5,  7/3,  8/7

stage  presentations,  along  with  all  the   fashion  revue  participants,  will  have   the  opportunity  to  represent  the  state   at  Eastern  States  Exposition  in  West   6SULQJ¿HOG0DVVLQ6HSWHPEHU Local   winners,   by   category,   include: ACTION  EXHIBITS:  Sky  Riders   4-­H   Club,   Florence   (Recycled  

TOWN OF MONKTON NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

As  of  6/2/2014  the  abstract  of  the  2014   Monkton   Grand   List   has   been   lodged   with  the  Monkton  Town  Clerk.  Greivance   hearings   will   be   held   at   the   Monkton   Town  Hall  on  June  18  &  19,  2014  from   6:00PM  to  8:00  PM.  To  make  an  appoint-­ ment,   call   the   Town   Clerk   at   802-­453-­ 3800.   Grievances   MUST   be   submitted   in  writing. Monkton  Listers 6/5,  9

Ribbons). FASHION   REVUE:   Nicole   and   Sharon   Palmer,   Weybridge;͞   and   Elizabeth  and  Morgan  Porter,  Bristol. To   learn   more   about   the   UVM   Extension   4-­H   program,   call   the   VWDWH + RI¿FH DW (802)   656-­0311   or   (800)   571-­0668   (toll-­free   in   Vermont).

WANTED FOR TOWN OF LEICESTER ZONING ADMINISTRATOR

   Town  of  Leicester  seeks  individual  to  act   as  Zoning  Administrator,  effective  16  June    'XWLHV LQFOXGH KROGLQJ RI¿FH KRXUV (3   hours   per   week)   and   being   available   to   answer   resident   questions/concerns.   /HWWHUVRILQWHUHVWGXHDW7RZQ2I¿FHDW Schoolhouse   Road,   Leicester,   VT   05733,   by  Friday,  June  13.    For  more  information,   contact  Selectboard  Chair,  Diane  Benware   at  247-­3786.                                          6/5,  12

TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Tuesday, July 8, 2014 SP 6LWH9LVLW Â&#x2021;SP 3XEOLF+HDULQJ

The  public  is  hereby  warned  that  the  Middlebury  Selectboard  will  hold  a  site  visit  and   public  hearing  on  Tuesday,  July  8,  2014,  to  determine  whether  the  public  good  requires   the  laying  out  of  a  new  portion  of  Town  Highway  #130,  also  known  as  Meadow  Glen   Drive,  and  the  discontinuance  of  a  portion  of  Town  Highway  #20,  also  known  as  Middle   Road. There  will  be  an  examination  of  the  premises  that  are  proposed  for  discontinuance   beginning  at  5:30  p.m.  on  the  above  date.    Thereafter,  all  parties  interested  may  appear   at   the   Municipal   Building   Conference   Room,   Middlebury,   Vermont,   at   7:15   p.m.   for   a   hearing   at   which   the   Board   will   receive   testimony   as   to   whether   the   public   good,   necessity   and   convenience   of   the   inhabitants   of   the  Town   of   Middlebury   require   the   laying  out  of  a  new  portion  of  Town  Highway  and  the  discontinuance  of  a  portion  of   existing  Town  Highway. This   proceeding   was   initiated   by   the   Selectboard   on   its   own   motion   at   its   regular   meeting  on  May  13,  2014.    The  proposal  is  as  follows: A  new  Class  Three  section  of  Town  Highway  #130  (hereinafter  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parcel  Aâ&#x20AC;?)  is  proposed   to  be  laid  out.    Parcel  A  shall  be  three  rods  (49.5  feet)  wide  and  shall  follow  a  centerline   more  particularly  described  as  follows: Beginning  at  the  current  southerly  terminus  of  Town  Highway  #130; Thence  southerly  along  a  line  located  equidistantly  between  the  easterly  line  of  Lots   21,  47  and  46  and  the  westerly  line  of  Lots  43,  44  and  45,  as  shown  on  a  site  plan   entitled   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Middle   Road   Ventures   LLC,   South   Ridge   Subdivision,   South   Ridge   Drive,   Middlebury,   Vermont,   Lot   Revisions   Exhibit,â&#x20AC;?   prepared   by   Phelps   Engineering,   Inc.,   dated  November  13,  2013,  last  updated  May  8,  2014  (the  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Planâ&#x20AC;?); Thence  easterly  along  a  line  located  parallel  to  and  1½  rods  southerly  of  the  northerly   line  of  a  parcel  depicted  as  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Common  Association  Lands  5.54  acresâ&#x20AC;?  on  the  Plan; Thence   southerly   through   said   Common  Association   Lands   and   terminating   at   the   southerly  line  of  said  Common  Association  Lands. A  new  Class  Four  section  of  Town  Highway  #130  (hereinafter  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parcel  Bâ&#x20AC;?)  is  proposed   to  be  laid  out.    Parcel  B  shall  be  three  rods  (49.5  feet)  wide  and  shall  follow  a  centerline   more  particularly  described  as  follows: Beginning   at   point   located   on   the   easterly   line   of   Parcel  A   approximately   1½   rods   northerly  of  the  southerly  line  of  said  Common  Association  Lands; Thence  easterly  along  a  line  located  parallel  to  and  1½  rods  northerly  of  the  southerly   line  of  said  Common  Association  Lands  and  Lot  42  and  terminating  at  a  point  on  the   easterly  line  of  Parcel  C  as  described  below. The  following  portion  of  Town  Highway  #20  (hereinafter  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parcel  Câ&#x20AC;?)  is  proposed  to  be   discontinued.    Parcel  C  consists  of  the  entire  width  of  the  existing  right-­of-­way  of  Town   Highway  #20  (believed  to  be  3  rods)  located  along  the  following  described  centerline: Beginning  at  the  southeasterly  end  of  the  existing  Class  Three  portion  of  Town  Highway   #20  (known  in  said  location  as  â&#x20AC;&#x153;South  Ridge  Driveâ&#x20AC;?),  said  point  being  located  near  the   easterly  corner  of  Lot  35  and  the  southerly  corner  of  Lot  36  as  shown  on  the  Plan; Thence  proceeding  southeasterly  and  southerly  across  Lot  42,  as  shown  on  the  Plan   and  terminating  at  the  southerly  line  of  Lot  42  (said  line  also  being  the  southerly  line  of   Parcel  B). 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apartment  on  May  27. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUW RI VRPH non-­residents  of  a  Court  Street  apart-­ ment   hanging   out   in   the   hallway   on   May   27.   Police   said   they   asked   two   people  to  leave  the  premises. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D WUXDQF\ FRPSODLQW DWDORFDOVFKRRORQ0D\ Â&#x2021; 'HSOR\HG D 6SHHG 6HQWU\ ² D VLJQWKDWĂ&#x20AC;DVKHVWKHVSHHGRIYHKLFOHV on  the  road  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  on  South  Ridge  Drive   RQ0D\ Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D QRLVH FRPSODLQW LQWKH%DNHU\/DQHDUHDRQ0D\ Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG D UHSRUW DERXW DQ DO-­ leged  drug  deal  taking  place  off  Maple   6WUHHWRQ0D\ Â&#x2021; :HUHLQIRUPHGWKDWVRPHRQHKDG slashed  a  screen  and  broken  a  window   DW0806RQ0D\ Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDUHSRUWRIVRPHRQH allegedly  entering  the  Lang  Associates   business  on  Court  Street  and  scattering   ÂżOHVRQ0D\ Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDUHSRUWRID0LGGOH-­ bury  Union  High  School  student  send-­ ing  an  obscene  text  message  on  May    Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGDFRPSODLQWDERXWHDUO\ morning  truck  noise  coming  from  the   Sand   Hill   Bridge   construction   site   in   (DVW0LGGOHEXU\RQ0D\ Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUW RI D SRV-­ sible   vehicle-­bike   collision   on   Cross   Street   on   May   30.   Police   learned   the   cyclist  had  fallen  off  his  bike,  and  had   refused  rescue  services. Â&#x2021; $UUHVWHG0LFKHOOH)&RXVLQR of  New  Haven  for  driving  with  a  crim-­ inally  suspended  license  and  violating   her  court-­ordered  conditions  of  release   on  Court  Street  Extension  on  May  30. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG D UHSRUW WKDW VRPHRQH had  kicked  out  a  window  at  the  Addi-­ son  Central  Teens  center  at  the  Middle-­ bury  municipal  building  on  May  30. Â&#x2021; :HUH LQIRUPHG RI D VKRSOLIWLQJ incident   at   Kinney   Drugs   on   Court   Street  on  May  30.  Police  said  the  inci-­ dent  was  caught  on  store  surveillance   tape,  and  police  are  looking  to  cite  the  

suspect. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGDUHSRUWDERXWWKHSRV-­ sible   theft   of   money   through   a   Main   Street  ATM  on  May  30. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHGD86PDUVKDOLQWU\LQJ to  locate  a  male  suspect  in  Middlebury   on  May  30. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGLQWRFXVWRG\DQXQPDQ-­ ageable  juvenile  on  May  30.  Counsel-­ LQJ 6HUYLFH RI $GGLVRQ &RXQW\ RIÂż-­ cials  assisted  in  the  case. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDUHSRUWRIDYHKLFOH that   had   been   seen   striking   the   con-­ crete  barrier  in  front  of  Two  Brothers   7DYHUQRQ0DLQ6WUHHWDWDURXQGSP on   May   31,   then   leaving.   That   same   vehicle   was   allegedly   seen   striking   a   curb  at  Porter  Hospital  later  that  eve-­ ning,   according   to   police.   Police   said   they  found  the  driver  at  Porter  Hospi-­ tal  and  continue  to  investigate  why  he   was  driving  erratically. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUW RQ 0D\  of  a  two  people  sitting  in  a  black  ve-­ hicle  in  the  Means  Woods  pull-­off  with   their  faces  â&#x20AC;&#x153;painted  like  clowns.â&#x20AC;?  One   of  them  ran  into  the  woods,  according   to   a   witness.   Police   said   the   vehicle   had  left  upon  their  arrival. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D GRPHVWLF GLVSXWH between   two   sisters   on   Seminary   Street  Extension  on  May  31. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDUHSRUWRIDGRJEH-­ ing   hit   by   a   car   in   the   Lower   Plains   Road  area  on  June  1. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDUHSRUWRQ-XQH RIDPDQZKRKDGIDOOHQGRZQDĂ&#x20AC;LJKW of  stairs  at  a  Seminary  Street  building   and   had   sustained   an   injury.   Police   ZHUHXQDEOHWRÂżQGWKHPDQ Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGDUHSRUWRIVRPHGRZQHG telephone  lines  on  Court  Street  on  June   1.  Police  said  Comcast  was  informed   about  the  issue. Â&#x2021; :HUH LQIRUPHG RI D ÂłVXVSLFLRXV older   maleâ&#x20AC;?   approaching   women   for   help  with  his  broken-­down  car  on  June   1. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDUHSRUWRIDIDPLO\ ÂżJKWDWD&DVH6WUHHWUHVLGHQFHRQ-XQH 1.  Police  spoke  with  both  parties,  one   of  whom  left  the  home  for  the  evening. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUW RI D GUXJ overdose  at  a  local  residence  on  June   2.   Police   said   Middlebury   Regional   EMS  took  the  patient  to  Porter  Hospi-­ tal.

Threats land a Bristol man under arrest VERGENNES   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Vergennes   po-­ lice  on  May  26  arrested  a  Bristol  man   and   cited   him   for   violating   the   terms   of  a  relief-­from-­abuse  order  by  alleg-­ edly  making  a  series  of  phone  and  text   threats  to  a  Vergennes  woman.   Vergennes  and  Vermont  State  police   together  arrested  Timothy  A.  Cousino,    DIWHU WKH ZRPDQ ZKRP WKH\ GH-­ scribed   as   an   ex-­girlfriend,   provided   evidence   that   Monday   at   the   city   po-­ lice  station.   Police   allege   that   Cousino   threat-­ ened   to   burn   the   victimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   residence   down   with   her   inside,   to   do   harm   to   another  man,  and  to  kill  any  police  of-­ ÂżFHUV ZKR WULHG WR LQWHUIHUH +H ZDV lodged  without  bail  at  the  Chittenden   County  Correctional  Center. During  a  busy  seven  days  between   May  26  and  June  1  in  which  Vergennes   police   also   participated   in   Click   It   or   Ticket  details  in  Vergennes,  Salisbury,   Shoreham,   Orwell   and   New   Haven,   they  also:   Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  FDOPHG DQ DUJXLQJ couple  at  a  Second  Street  home.  Police   returned  to  the  residence  on  June  1  to   calm  the  same  couple  again,  that  time   in   tandem   with   the   Vergennes   Area   Rescue   Squad   because   the   woman   involved   said   she   was   experiencing   breathing  problems.  She  was  found  to   be  OK. Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\ZHUHWROGWKDWSHRSOH were   hanging   around   the   Mountain   View   Lane   cemetery   at   night.   Police   stepped   up   patrols   in   response,   but   have  found  no  problems. Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\WLFNHWHGWZRPHQIRU clinging   to   a   motor   vehicle   near   the   South  Water  Street  canoe  portage  after   seeing  them  standing  in  the  doors  of  a   moving  minivan  holding  a  boat  on  top   of  the  vehicle.   Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\UHVSRQGHGWR1RUWK-­

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lands   Job   Corps   and   cited   Treâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;vonne   %UHG\RI%URRNO\Q1<IRUGR-­ mestic   assault.   Police   allege   Bredy   held   a   minor   juvenile   against   a   wall   and  threatened  and  tried  to  punch  her.   Police  also  cited  him  for  criminal  mis-­ chief   for   punching   out   a   window,   an   act   during   which   he   cut   himself,   re-­ TXLULQJ9$56WRWDNHKLPÂżUVWWR3RU-­ ter  Hospital  and  then  to  Fletcher  Allen   Health  Care. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  KHOSHG 9$56 DW D High  Street  medical  call. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  FLWHG D \HDUROG Vergennes   Union   Elementary   School   student  into  family  court  for  operating   his  motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  car  without  consent. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  GXULQJ D &OLFN ,W RU Ticket   detail   in   Salisbury   cited   Erin   Cameron,   26,   of   Brandon   for   operat-­ ing  a  motor  vehicle  with  a  criminally   suspended  license.  Police  said  the  un-­ derlying  offense  was  drunk  driving. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  KHOSHG IHGHUDO RIÂż-­ cials  with  a  criminal  investigation  at  a   First  Street  residence.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  EHJDQ LQYHVWLJDWLQJ an  allegation  of  a  restraining  order  vio-­ lation  after  hearing  a  complaint  from  a   Green  Street  resident.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  WROG \RXWKV VNDWH-­ boarding  at  VUES  after  dark  to  move   on.   Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\WROGDJURXSRISHRSOH to   move   along   who   were   reported   to   KDYHEHHQÂżJKWLQJRQWKHFLW\JUHHQ Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\ORRNHGXQVXFFHVVIXOO\ for  a  driver  who  left  Champlain  Farms   without  paying  for  gas.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  KHOSHG 963 DW D

0RQNWRQIDPLO\ÂżJKW Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  KHOSHG 9$56 DW D Second  Street  medical  call. Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\DGYLVHGDZRPDQUH-­ ceiving   harassing   texts   about   a   Face-­ book  photo  to  block  the  number.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  UHVSRQGHG WR D UH-­ port  of  youths  drinking  on  the  roof  of   a  Main  Street  apartment  building  and   ticketed   three   for   underage   drinking,   and   cited   Richard   Karzmarczyk,   22,   of   Vergennes   for   possession   of   mari-­ juana. Â&#x2021; 2Q 0D\  ZHUH WROG VHYHUDO prescription   meds   had   been   stolen   from  a  Main  Street  apartment,  appar-­ ently  by  someone  who  cut  a  screen  and   snatched  them.   Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\VDZDJURXSRI\RXWKV smoking   marijuana   at   a   Main   Street   apartment  building  and  spoke  to  a  par-­ ent   who   was   just   arriving   home.  The   SDUHQWFRQÂżVFDWHGWKHGUXJDQGKDQGHG it  over.  Police  said  charges  are  possible   in  the  case.   Â&#x2021; 2Q0D\VHQWWKHGHSDUWPHQWÂśV Drug  Recognition  Expert  to  help  Mid-­ dlebury   police   with   a   driving-­while-­ impaired  case.   Â&#x2021; 2Q -XQH  UHVSRQGHG WR D FRP-­ plaint   of   a   dog   being   left   in   a   car   at   Shawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Supermarket;Íž  the  car  was  gone   when   police   arrived,   but   while   they   were  there  they  warned  a  driver  not  to   park  in  a  handicap  space.   Â&#x2021; 2Q-XQHZHQWDORQJZLWK9$56 to  a  Comfort  Hill  residence  to  help  a   man  reported  to  have  ODâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  on  meds;Íž   he  was  OK. Â&#x2021; 2Q-XQHZHQWDORQJZLWK9$56 to   Northlands   to   help   a   student   re-­ ported  to  have  ODâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  on  meds;Íž  he  was   taken  to  Porter. Â&#x2021; 2Q-XQHFKHFNHGWKHZHOIDUHRI a   Hillside   Acres   apartment   resident,   who  was  found  to  be  OK.  

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LAKEFRONT PARADISE   â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   Come   home   to   this   7.9   acre   home   with   over   300â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   of   Lake   Champlain   frontage   and   great   views   of   the  Adirondacks   from   every   room   in   the   house.    Sit  on  the  large  wrap-­around  porch   and  enjoy  your  meals,  friends,  etc.    Work  in   the  two-­story  heated  workshop/garage  with   parking  for  4  cars  and  studio  space  upstairs.     4  Bedrooms,  3  baths,  family  room  with  bar   and   eating   area.     Nice   landscaping,   dock,   generator,  and  woodstove.  

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Lovely and charming, this threebedroom home with a large carriage barn is just a short stroll into the center of town.  Affordable and in move-in condition! $150,000  MLS# 4358475

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HISTORIC 1840 GREEK REVIVAL  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Home   on   20   acres   just   on   the   edge   of   Benson   Village.   Large   country   kitchen,   formal   dining   room,   parlor   and   large   family   room   overlooking   the   property.   Upstairs   offers   4   bedrooms   including   large   master   suite   and   two   full   baths.   Multiple   outbuildings   with   numerous   horse   stalls,   hay   storage   and   equipment   barn.   Three   spring   fed   ponds,   horse   training   track,   large   organic   garden   and  small  orchard.  10  minutes  to  sailing  on   Lake  Champlain.  Simply  beautiful,  quintessential  Vermont.  Priced  below  recent  appraisal.  

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A PERFECT PIECE OF VERMONT!   Cute   country  farmhouse  that  features  2  bedrooms,   DQ RI¿FH DQG  EDWKV 7KLV KRPH KDV VR much  to  offer  inside  and  out.  Outside,  ample   garden  space  with  well  maintained  perennial   beds,  fruit  trees,  raspberries,  and  great  soil   to  expand  your  gardens.  There  is  a  garage/ workshop  which  could  be  used  for  storage  or   woodworking  and  an  attached  shed  that  had   housed  sheep.  Also,  a  beautiful  outbuilding   that  the  current  owners  used  as  a  light  retail   sales  barn.  This  would  be  a  great  location  for  a  home-­based  business  or  just  great  space   for  large  gatherings.  A  versatile  property  with  lots  of  charm!    

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VIEWS! Unique, architect designed home takes full advantage of westfacing lot.  Three-bedroom, fourbath home includes an accessory apartment and tons of storage.  Open concept floor plan, close to town & Middlebury College and move-in ready. $375,000  MLS#4349236

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Bill Beck Real Estate 802-388-7983

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Ingrid Punderson Jackson Real Estate 44 Main Street Middlebury, VT 05753 802-388-4242

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This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom ranch style home is sited in a beautiful wooded lot, up a private drive and away from it all. This home has hardwood floors, an abundance of natural light, and an enclosed porch with pellet stove so you can enjoy the outside elements all year long. Private country setting yet only minutes to Orwell village! This home has a spacious open living area on the first floor. Features of the living area inc. an island in kitchen, built-in shelves in dining area and large living room area w/propane stove. SELLER WILL CONTRIBUTE $3,000 TOWARD BUYERSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CLOSING COSTS WITH AN ACCEPTABLE OFFER. Amazingly spacious home close to town with some privacy. This four bedroom home has lots of nice features including a large kitchen with ample cabinet space. Two car attached garage with a large mudroom and laundry room as you come in.

This affordable four bedroom cape is full of character and charm. The tastefully upgraded kitchen with birch cabinets and granite counter tops opens to a dining room with oak flooring. Easy walk to East Middlebury, markets, post office and dining.

$216,500 MLS 4359122

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Mt.  Abe  names  top  students

VERGENNES  UNION  HIGH  School  students,  on  a  recent  school  trip  to  Germany,  pose  on  the  bridge  over   the  moat  at  Vischering  Castle.

VUHS students take a trip to Germany VERGENNES   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   This   spring,   30   Vergennes   Union   High   School   stu-­ dents   traveled   to   Germany   as   part   of  a  longstanding  exchange  with  the   Goethe  Schule  in  Bochum,  Germany. Before  going  to  host  families,  the   group   visited   Berlin,   where   they   saw   the   Brandenburg   Gate,   Holo-­ caust   Memorial,   the   TV   tower,   Al-­ exanderplatz,   Checkpoint   Charlie,   Kuâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Damm   and   the   former   Berlin   Wall,  as  well  as  many  other  sights.  

After   leaving   Berlin,   they   arrived   in   Bochum,   where   they   stayed   with   host  families  for  a  little  over  a  week.   In  addition  to  learning  about  the  life   of   a   typical   German   teenager,   the   Americans  took  day  trips  to  Cologne   (KĂśln),   and   MĂźnster.   They   visited   Bochumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   mining   museum,   attend-­ ed   a   professional   soccer   game   and   biked  to  a  zoo  in  Gelsenkirchen.   The  Vergennes-­Bochum  exchange   began   in   1987   with   former   Ver-­

gennes   German   teacher   Joy   Minns   and   the   Goethe   Schuleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   English   teacher   Heinz   Hester.   Every   two   years,   Vergennes   students   and   their   families   host   a   German   student   for   10   days.   Later   that   same   year,   Ver-­ gennes  students  travel  to  Germany.   The   exchange   been   supported   by   the  students,  teachers,  administration   and  families  of  Vergennes  as  well  as   by  Sweet  Charity,  Neat  Repeats  and   Woodman  Hill  Orchard.

Ciemniewski  scholarship  announced MIDDLEBURY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  A  community   group   in   Middlebury   has   recently   established   the   Carl   Ciemniewski   Legacy   Scholarship   Fund   in   honor   of  longtime  Middlebury  Union  High   School   teacher   Carl   Ciemniewski,   who  died  May  3. Ciemniewski,   also   known   as   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Zâ&#x20AC;?   or   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mr.   C.,â&#x20AC;?   wore   many   hats   as   a   coach,   teacher,   brother,   son,   col-­ league   and   friend.   His   passion   over   the   years   was   his   devotion   and   dedication   to   education.  A   group   of   parents   and   one   of   his   closest   col-­ leagues  want  to  continue  his  efforts   in   the   pursuit   of   education   with   the   creation  of  a  scholarship  in  his  name   for  youth  who  want  to  continue  their   studies   of   science   and/or   math   be-­ yond  high  school. Cindy   Atkins   was   that   colleague   ZKRVKDUHGDQRIÂżFHZLWK0U&IRU close   to   30   years.   She   recognized   early   how   talented   he   was   in   dem-­

onstrating   to   high   school   students   that  learning  physics  can  be  fun.  His   positive   attitude   in   his   approach   to   teaching  physics  motivated  students   to   become   enthusiastic   about   sci-­ ence.   Two   of   the   parents,   who   also   found  him  very  inspirational  to  both   their   children,   are   Diane   and   Dan   DaPolito.   Their   passion   for   the   sci-­ ences   led   them   to   discussions   with   &DUO DERXW WKH ¿HOG RI SK\VLFV DQG education.   There   was   a   common   bond  immediately.   Ciemniewski   devoted   his   entire   life  to  teaching  and  coaching  young   people.  He  brought  out  the  best  in  all   his   students   and   athletes.   He   rarely   accepted  credit  for  his  many  achieve-­ ments,   yet   recognized   others   for   WKHLUV ,W VHHPV RQO\ ¿WWLQJ WKDW WKH Middlebury   community   honor   his   philosophy   in   recognizing   achieve-­ ment  by  annually  awarding  a  $1,000   scholarship  to  a  college-­bound  grad-­

BRISTOL   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Mount   Abraham   Union   High   School   has   announced   the  top  two  members  of  the  class  of   2014. Natalie  May  is  the  salutatorian  of   the  class  of  2014.  She  is  the  daughter   of   Sandra   and   Peter   May   of   Monk-­ ton. Natalie   is   the   coolest   kid   ever.   She   is   friendly,   outgoing,   genuine   and   loves   to   try   new   things.   She   is   environmentally  conscious,  globally   aware,   and   quick   to   lend   a   hand   in   any   situation.   She   is   enthusiastic,   energetic,  and  interacts  as  well  with   adults  as  she  does  with  her  peers.  An   asset  to  her  class,  Natalie  is  the  type   of  person  who  will  always  volunteer   to   help   others.   Examples   include   serving   on   the   Project   Graduation   committee,   participating   in   numer-­ ous   Environmental   Club   awareness   activities,   and   working   with   the   Mount  Abraham   Community   Coun-­ cil   and   the   Monkton   Maples   4-­H   group.  Natalie  is  a  natural-­born  lead-­ er  who  inspires  enthusiasm  and  posi-­ tive  results  with  any  population.   Academically,   Natalie   has   always   challenged  herself  to  take  a  very  rig-­ orous   program.   She   has   gone   well   beyond   minimum   requirements   in   all  academic  areas.  She  has  comple-­ mented  her  Mount  Abraham  course-­ work  with  online  classes  through  Vir-­ tual  High  School,  summer  programs   through   the   Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Institute   of   Vermont,   and   Advanced   Placement   classes.  She  has  received  recognition   for  Academic  Excellence  throughout   her  high  school  career.  Her  hard  work   and   dedication   led   to   her   appoint-­ ment   to   represent   Mount   Abraham   at   the   Hugh   Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brian  Youth   Leader-­ ship  Conference  as  a  sophomore  and   induction   into   the   Deerleap   chapter   of  the  National  Honor  Society  where   she   serves   as   secretary.   In   addition,   she  received  a  leadership  award  from   Clarkson  University  as  a  junior. Outside  of  class,  Natalie  has  been   an   asset   to   both   the   cross-­country   team   and   Mount   Abrahamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   track   DQG ÂżHOG SURJUDP VHUYLQJ DV D VH-­ nior  captain  on  both  teams.  She  uses   her  off  time  to  pursue  activities  that   support  her  passion  for  the  outdoors   such  as  trail  work  with  the  Vermont   Youth   Conservation   Corps.   She  

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ADDY  CAMPBELL VALEDICTORIAN

loves   to   hike   and   ski   and   can   often   be   found   at   Mt.   Ellen   reaping   the   EHQHÂżWV RI KHU 6XJDUEXVK $FKLHYH-­ ment  Award.   They  say  that  attitude  is  everything.   Natalieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  positive  can  do  attitude  is  an   example   for   all.   Over   the   course   of   her  high  school  career  she  has  grown   LQWR D FRQÂżGHQW \RXQJ ZRPDQ ZLWK tremendous   potential   for   future   suc-­ cess.   In   August,   Natalie   will   enroll   at  the  University  of  Vermont  to  study   Environmental  Science.   Addison  Campbell  is  the  valedic-­ torian  of  the  class  of  2014.  Addy  is   the  daughter  of  Ben  and  Anne  Camp-­ bell  of  Starksboro.   Addy   is   a   thoughtful,   intelligent   and   intellectually   curious   young   woman.   She   has   challenged   her-­ self   every   step   of   the   way   through-­ out  high  school,  always  seeking  the   toughest  path  through  the  curricular   options.  Addy   likes   to   learn   for   the   sheer  joy  of  learning,  not  just  as  the   means   to   achieve   a   grade.   She   has   received   multiple   awards   for   her   academic   achievements,   including   the   Rensselaer   Polytechnic   Institute   Medal,  induction  into  National  Hon-­ or  Society,  and  being  named  a  UVM   Green  and  Gold  Scholar.   Outside   of   the   classroom,   Addy   pursues   her   many   passions.   She   is   passionate   about   environmental   is-­ sues,  and  is  a  co-­leader  of  Mt.  Abeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  

Environmental  Action   Club.   In   this   role,  she  was  one  of  the  key  support-­ ers   for   the   successful   composting   initiative   in   the   school   kitchen   and   cafeteria.   Addy   enjoys   artistic   pur-­ suits,  and  was  selected  to  be  part  of   the   Emerging   Artists   Show   in   both   ninth  and  10th  grades,  and  followed   this  by  taking  AP  Studio  Art  as  a  ju-­ nior.   She   attended   the   Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Institute  on  the  Arts  and  is  the  cover   artist  for  the  yearbook  this  year. Addy   also   enjoys   writing,   and   has  been  active  in  the  New  England   Young  Writersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  Conference  at  Bread   Loaf  and  Poetry  Out  Loud  competi-­ tions.   To   round   out   these   activities,   she   is   also   passionate   about   Eagles   sports,   both   as   a   member   of   the   soccer   team   all   four   years   and   as   a   spectator.   Addy   is   frequently   spot-­ ted  watching  as  many  Eagles  sports   events  as  her  busy  schedule  allows. Next  year  Addy  will  be  attending   the  University  of  Vermont  as  Mount   Abeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Green   and   Gold   Scholar.  Al-­ though   she   will   enter   as   an   unde-­ clared  major,  she  is  interested  in  both   English  and  environmental  sciences. The   Mt.   Abe   community   cel-­ ebrates  both  of  these  young  women   and  wishes  them  the  best  in  their  fu-­ ture  endeavors. Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  note:  This  story  was  pro-­ vided   by   Alan   Kamman   of   Mount   Abraham  Union  High  School.

uating  student  at  Middlebury  Union   High   School.   This   will   begin   with   the   graduating   class   of   2014.   The   student   must   be   a   hardworking,   de-­ termined   individual   with   a   positive   attitude   and   an   interest   in   pursuing   their  studies  in  science  and/or  math.   The   MUHS   scholarship   commit-­ tee   will   select   the   most   deserving   student   based   on   these   criteria.  The   ÂżUVWZLQQHUZLOOEHDQQRXQFHGDWWKLV yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  graduation. The Â�� community   group   organizing   this   effort   to   raise   money   for   this   IXQGKDVWZRJRDOVLQPLQG7KHÂżUVW is  to  raise  enough  money  to  support   the   scholarship   fund   for   this   yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   recipient.   The   second   is   to   raise   enough  capital  to  invest  and  support   awards   for   many   years   to   come.  To   BOSTON   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   following   area   Haven,   a   student   majoring   in   Phar-­ help  with  this  effort,  send  donations   residents   were   named   to   the   deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   macy. to   the   Carl   Ciemniewski   Legacy   list   for   the   spring   2014   semester   at   Eliza  J.  Davidson  of  Vergennes,  a   Scholarship   Fund   (CCLSF)   at   PO   Northeastern  University. student  majoring  in  Psychology. Box  993,  Middlebury,  VT  05753.   Alyssa   M.   Charbonneau   of   New   Sara  J.  Higgins  of  Cornwall,  a  stu-­

Northeastern  University  releases  spring  deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  list dent   majoring   in   Political   Science/ Intl  Affairs. Alora   L.   Kelley   of   Middlebury,   a   student   majoring   in   Business  Ad-­ ministration.


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