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POLLY Â BIRDSALL Â OF Â Shoreham Â was Â one Â of Â more Â than Â 60 Â people Â given Â the Â chance Â to Â speak Â at Â the Â Public Â Service Â Board Â hearing Â held Â in Â the Â 6KRUHKDP(OHPHQWDU\6FKRROJ\PQDVLXPODVW:HGQHVGD\QLJKW7KHPHHWLQJZDVWKHÂżUVWRIWZRWRJDWKHUSXEOLFLQSXWRQWKH9HUPRQW*DV3KDVH II Â pipeline Â project. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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Vermont Â Gas Â Systemâ€™s Â proposed Â â€œPhase Â IIâ€? Â natu-Â ral Â gas Â pipeline Â in Â Shoreham Â this Â past Â Wednesday Â evening Â urged Â the Â Vermont Â Public Â Service Â Board Â (PSB) Â to Â reject Â the Â project Â based Â on Â environmen-Â By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS tal Â and Â public Â safety Â concerns. SHOREHAM Â â€” Â Some Â came Â displaying Â color-Â 7KH 0D\ KHDULQJ ZDV WKH ÂżUVW RI WZR VXFK ful Â banners, Â bearing Â such Â slogans Â as Â â€œTap Â lines, Â gatherings Â that Â the Â PSB Â scheduled Â to Â gather Â testi-Â not Â gas Â lines,â€? Â and Â â€œPlant Â trees, Â not Â pipelines.â€? mony Â on Â Phase Â II Â of Â the Â Addison-ÂRutland Â Natural Â Others Â recited Â poems Â and Â prayers. Gas Â Project Â that Â calls Â for Â a Â pipeline Â to Â be Â buried Â All Â who Â walked Â up Â to Â the Â microphone Â spoke Â from Â Middlebury, Â through Â Cornwall Â and Â Shore-Â passionately. ham, Â then Â under Â Lake Â Champlain Â to Â the Â Interna-Â And Â a Â vast Â majority Â of Â those Â who Â weighed Â in Â on Â tional Â Paper Â mill Â in Â Ticonderoga, Â N.Y. Â Interna-Â
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:KLWH+RXVHRIÂżFLDOWR WDONFOLPDWHDWFROOHJH By Â ZACH Â DESPART MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Vermont Â Congressional Â delegation Â will Â host Â a Â :KLWH+RXVHFDELQHWRIÂżFLDODW0LG-Â dlebury Â College Â on Â Friday. U.S. Â Energy Â Secretary Â Ernest Â Moniz Â will Â join Â Sens. Â Patrick Â Leahy Â and Â Bernie Â Sanders Â and Â Rep. Â Peter Â :HOFK IRU D SDQHO RQ HQHUJ\ HIÂż-Â ciency, Â renewable Â energy Â and Â cli-Â mate Â change.
The Â panel Â will Â be Â held Â at Â the Â Mc-Â Cullough Â Student Â Center Â at Â 10 Â a.m., Â and Â will Â be Â followed Â by Â a Â question Â and Â answer Â session. Â The Â event Â is Â open Â to Â the Â public. 0RQL]ZDVFRQÂżUPHGXQDQLPRXV-Â ly Â as Â Energy Â Secretary Â last Â May. Â The Â nuclear Â physicist Â and Â Massachusetts Â native Â earned Â a Â Ph.D. Â in Â theoretical Â physics Â from Â Stanford Â University Â in Â (See Â Energy, Â Page Â 27)
tional Â Paper Â would Â pay Â the Â $70 Â million Â cost Â of Â the Â project, Â money Â it Â expects Â to Â quickly Â recoup Â by Â having Â access Â to Â natural Â gas, Â which Â is Â currently Â around Â half Â as Â costly Â as Â the Â fuel Â oil Â the Â company Â currently Â purchases Â to Â power Â its Â mill. The Â towns Â of Â Cornwall Â and Â Shoreham Â passed Â Town Â Meeting Â Day Â resolutions Â opposing Â the Â proj-Â ect. Â Residents Â in Â those Â and Â other Â area Â towns Â have Â expressed Â concerns Â about Â the Â projectâ€™s Â potential Â impact Â on Â property Â rights, Â public Â safety Â and Â the Â environment. Â Wednesdayâ€™s Â hearing Â saw Â more Â than Â (See Â Pipeline, Â Page Â 2)
Middlebury Â family Â faces Â graduation Â day Â dilemma By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â â€œTiming Â is Â everything,â€? Â or Â so Â the Â old Â saying Â goes. Â And Â unfortunately, Â the Â tim-Â ing Â couldnâ€™t Â be Â worse Â for Â the Â Har-Â rison Â family Â of Â Middlebury Â â€” Â at Â least Â as Â it Â pertains Â to Â graduation Â ceremonies Â this Â year. Perhaps Â theyâ€™re Â going Â through Â a Â skein Â of Â bad Â luck, Â perhaps Â itâ€™s Â a Â freakish Â alignment Â of Â the Â stars, Â but Â
Jim Â and Â Shelley Â Harrison Â recently Â learned Â that Â all Â three Â of Â their Â chil-Â drenâ€™s Â college Â commencement Â services Â would Â be Â taking Â place Â on Â the Â same Â day, Â Sunday, Â May Â 18. Three Â kids. Three Â schools. Three Â graduations. One Â day. â€œI Â said, Â â€˜Youâ€™ve Â got Â to Â be Â kid-Â (See Â Graduates, Â Page Â 34)
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Pipeline Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) planet Â when Â Iâ€™m Â grown Â up?â€™â€? Â Bailey Â 60 Â people Â take Â to Â the Â microphone, Â said. Â She Â looked Â at Â the Â PSB Â members Â with Â most Â speaking Â out Â against Â the Â and Â asked, Â â€œMay Â I Â tell Â my Â grandson Â pipeline. Â Around Â 200 Â people Â total Â there Â are Â three Â people Â who Â care Â about Â attended, Â with Â some Â standing Â along Â his Â future?â€? the Â back Â wall Â at Â the Â Shoreham Â school Â Bailey Â questioned Â why Â New Â York Â gym, Â which Â seats Â around Â 160 Â people. state Â has Â not Â been Â amenable Â to Â ex-Â Cornwall Â resident Â Stan Â Grzyb Â ob-Â tending Â a Â pipeline Â to Â IP Â through Â the Â jected Â to Â the Â prospect Â of Â Vermont Â Empire Â State. Gas Â using Â eminent Â domain Â to Â ac-Â â€œNew Â York Â considers Â their Â land Â quire Â property Â from Â those Â along Â the Â to Â be Â too Â pristine Â to Â host Â a Â pipeline,â€? Â pipeline Â route Â who Â are Â unwilling Â to Â Bailey Â said. Â â€œSo Â whatâ€™s Â Vermontâ€™s Â en-Â negotiate Â easements. Â He Â pointed Â to Â vironment Â and Â land? Â Are Â we Â chopped Â bill Â S.246 Â signed Â into Â liver?â€? law Â by Â then-ÂGov. Â Jim Â â€œI understand Cornwall Â resident Â Douglas Â in Â 2006 Â that Â Bobbie Â Carnwath Â said Â prohibits Â the Â use Â of Â the value of a hosting Â the Â pipeline Â eminent Â domain Â if Â the Â strong economy, extension Â could Â jeop-Â purpose Â is Â based Â pri-Â but I just donâ€™t ardize Â Vermontâ€™s Â rep-Â marily Â on Â economic Â understand why utation Â as Â one Â of Â the Â development. this board would nationâ€™s Â most Â pristine Â â€œEconomic Â devel-Â states. even consider opment Â is Â the Â primary Â â€œI Â moved Â here Â from Â goal Â of Â the Â pipeline,â€? Â approval of a Alabama;Íž Â I Â know Â what Â project that would itâ€™s Â like Â to Â be Â number Â Grzyb Â said. â€œWe Â have Â Vermont-Â put the short-term 49,â€? Â Carnwath Â said. Â ers Â who Â have Â lived Â FRUSRUDWHSURĂ€WV â€œLetâ€™s Â not Â go Â there.â€? here Â for Â generations Â above the future Shoreham Â resident Â whose Â land Â is Â being Â Rustan Â Swenson Â not-Â threatened Â by Â two Â in-Â wellbeing of the ed Â Vermont Â and Â New Â ternational Â corpora-Â next generations York Â have Â banned Â tions,â€? Â he Â added, Â refer-Â of Vermonters.â€? hydraulic Â fracturing Â ring Â to Â International Â â€” Bridport resident as Â a Â means Â of Â extract-Â Paper Â and Â Vermont Â %LOO)LĂ€HOG ing Â natural Â gas Â from Â Gas, Â which Â is Â owned Â the Â ground. Â Yet Â both Â by Â Montreal-Âbased Â states, Â he Â said, Â appear Â Gaz Â MĂŠtro. Â â€œItâ€™s Â our Â land;Íž Â itâ€™s Â our Â willing Â to Â import Â such Â gas Â as Â a Â matter Â orchards;Íž Â itâ€™s Â our Â sugarbush;Íž Â itâ€™s Â our Â of Â convenience. deeryards. Â We Â are Â being Â threatened Â Â Swenson Â called Â the Â pipeline, Â â€œA Â by Â these Â two Â corporations Â in Â taking Â great Â leap Â backwards.â€? our Â land Â for Â those Â two Â businesses, Â Bristol Â resident Â Jennifer Â Vyhnak Â and Â we Â resent Â it.â€? recited Â her Â comments Â in Â the Â form Â Salisbury Â resident Â Barrie Â Bailey Â of Â a Â Christian Â prayer, Â during Â which Â said Â she Â wrote Â her Â comments Â about Â she Â asked Â for Â Godâ€™s Â help Â as Â Ver-Â the Â meeting Â while Â her Â 7-Âyear-Âold Â mont Â weans Â itself Â from Â fossil Â fuel, Â grandson Â watched. overcomes Â â€œgreed Â and Â shortsighted-Â â€œHe Â said, Â â€˜Grandma, Â will Â those Â ness,â€? Â and Â promotes Â â€œpeace Â on Â Earth, Â three Â (PSB Â board Â members) Â make Â through Â peace Â for Â Earth.â€? sure Â that Â we Â can Â still Â have Â a Â livable Â Middlebury Â resident Â Ross Â Conrad Â
TANNA Â KELTON Â OF Â Charlotte Â asks Â the Â Public Â Service Â Board Â why Â they Â are Â willing Â to Â â€œthrow Â Vermonters Â under Â the Â busâ€? Â during Â last Â Wednesdayâ€™s Â natural Â gas Â pipeline Â hearing Â in Â Shoreham. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
was Â among Â several Â people Â who Â took Â issue Â with Â the Â Addison Â County Â Re-Â gional Â Planning Â Commissionâ€™s Â April Â 9 Â vote Â on Â the Â Phase Â II Â project. Â The Â commission Â voted Â 15 Â to Â 11 Â in Â favor Â of Â a Â motion Â that Â the Â Phase Â II Â pipeline Â could Â pass Â muster Â with Â the Â countyâ€™s Â regional Â plan. Â One Â of Â those Â â€œyesâ€? Â votes Â was Â cast Â by Â an Â Otter Â Creek Â Audubon Â Society Â member Â who Â had Â been Â instructed Â to Â vote Â â€œno,â€? Â and Â two Â RWKHU DIÂżUPDWLYH YRWHV ZHUH FDVW E\ Monkton Â delegates, Â in Â spite Â of Â the Â fact Â that Â the Â town Â has Â voiced Â opposition Â to Â the Â Phase Â I Â pipeline Â (from Â Colchester Â to Â Middlebury Â and Â Vergennes) Â that Â has Â already Â been Â OKâ€™d Â by Â the Â PSB. MILLâ€™S Â STEWARDSHIP Bethany Â Menkart Â of Â Cornwall Â questioned Â IPâ€™s Â history Â of Â environ-Â mental Â stewardship, Â alluding Â to Â past Â
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HIĂ€XHQW DQG VOXGJH VSLOOV IURP WKH consequences Â of Â the Â project. plant Â into Â Lake Â Champlain Â and Â its Â at-Â â€œIf Â your Â land Â is Â used Â for Â this, Â itâ€™s Â tempt Â in Â 2006 Â to Â secure Â permission Â forever,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œThe Â decisions Â to Â burn Â tires Â as Â an Â alternative Â fuel Â here Â will Â carry Â forward.â€? source. Birdsall Â acknowl-Â â€œLake Â Champlain Â edged Â that Â Ticond-Â brings Â millions Â of Â peo-Â â€œNew York eroga Â is Â dependent Â on Â ple Â to Â Vermont Â every Â considers their IP Â for Â jobs, Â but Â said, Â â€œI Â year Â for Â many Â differ-Â land to be too donâ€™t Â think Â (Vermont) Â ent Â reasons,â€? Â Menkart Â pristine to host should Â be Â held Â hostage Â said. Â â€œWhen Â thereâ€™s Â a Â to Â that.â€? a pipeline. So leak, Â or Â explosion Â or Â Tanna Â Kelton Â of Â break Â (in Â the Â pipeline), Â whatâ€™s Vermontâ€™s Charlotte Â said Â the Â PSB Â it Â will Â devastate Â our Â environment and would Â be Â unwise Â to Â state Â and Â economy.â€? land? Are we approve Â a Â project Â that Â Leslie Â Regan-ÂCaer Â chopped liver?â€? she Â said Â produces Â little Â of Â Middlebury Â urged Â â€” Salisbury resident EHQHÂżW IRU 9HUPRQW-Â VWDWH RIÂżFLDOV WR SD\ Barrie Bailey ers. more Â heed Â to Â the Â im-Â â€œWhy Â would Â we Â pact Â the Â project Â will Â take Â these Â peopleâ€™s Â have Â on Â the Â people Â living Â close Â to Â land Â for Â a Â Canadian Â oil Â company Â to Â where Â the Â pipeline Â would Â be Â built. EHQHÂżW ,3 ZKLFK LV DQ RXWRIVWDWH â€œIt Â is Â not Â a Â question Â of Â pipeline Â or Â company?â€? Â she Â said. no Â pipeline,â€? Â Regan-ÂCaer Â said. Â â€œThe Â â€œWhy Â are Â you Â throwing Â Vermont-Â question Â is, Â what Â are Â all Â the Â human Â ers Â under Â the Â bus?â€? needs Â at Â stake Â and Â how Â do Â we Â to-Â %ULGSRUW UHVLGHQW %LOO )LÂżHOG gether Â create Â a Â solution Â and Â build Â a Â agreed. community Â that Â is Â inclusive, Â fair Â and Â â€œAs Â I Â see Â it, Â what Â Vermont Â gets Â for Â responsive Â to Â the Â needs Â of Â the Â people Â (See Â Stewardship, Â Page Â 7) who Â live Â and Â work Â in Â it.â€? Maren Â Visatka Â is Â a Â Monkton Â land-Â owner Â whose Â property Â will Â be Â tra-Â versed Â by Â the Â Phase Â I Â pipeline Â from Â Colchester Â to Â Middlebury, Â a Â project Â that Â has Â already Â been Â OKâ€™d Â by Â the Â PSB. Â She Â criticized Â Gov. Â Peter Â Shum-Â lin Â for Â supporting Â the Â Phase Â II Â pipe-Â line Â project Â before Â the Â PSB Â has Â ren-Â dered Â its Â decision Â on Â the Â application. â€œBecause Â the Â governor Â â€” Â and Â he Â alone Â â€” Â is Â to Â decide Â public Â good, Â I Â guess Â the Â whole Â concept Â of Â this Â meet-Â ing Â is Â just Â an Â act Â of Â kindness Â to Â make Â the Â citizens Â of Â Vermont Â believe Â they Â have Â a Â voice,â€? Â Visatka Â said. She Â added Â Vermont Â should Â instead Â be Â looking Â at Â greener Â energy Â sources Â than Â natural Â gas. â€œIn Â the Â world Â of Â energy, Â this Â pipe-Â line Â is Â already Â obsolete Â before Â it Â is Â even Â in Â the Â ground,â€? Â she Â said. BARRIE Â BAILEY Â OF Â Salisbury Â Polly Â Birdsall Â of Â Shoreham Â said Â raises Â her Â concerns Â about Â the Â sheâ€™s Â worried Â that Â pipeline Â advocates Â proposed Â Vermont Â Gas Â pipeline Â appear Â to Â be Â focusing Â on Â short-Âterm Â during Â last Â weekâ€™s Â Public Â Service Â ÂżQDQFLDO JDLQV DQG QRW ORQJWHUP Board Â hearing. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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Middlebury Â drafts Â surveys Â to Â evaluate Â housing Â market By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Middle-Â bury Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â be Â circulating Â two Â new Â surveys Â to Â better Â discern, Â and Â help Â solve, Â the Â obstacles Â WKDW \RXQJ IDPLOLHV DUH ÂżQGLQJ DV they Â look Â for Â housing Â in Â the Â commu-Â nity. At Â issue Â are Â two, Â seven-Âquestion Â surveys Â drafted Â by Â the Â commissionâ€™s Â housing Â subcommittee. Â One Â of Â the Â surveys Â will Â be Â distributed Â to Â people Â who Â have Â purchased Â homes Â in Â Mid-Â dlebury Â within Â the Â past Â year Â and Â a Â half, Â according Â to Â Town Â Planner Â Eric Â Blair. The Â other Â survey Â will Â be Â distributed Â to Â workers Â at Â some Â of Â the Â townâ€™s Â larg-Â
est Â businesses, Â including Â Middlebury Â public Â schools, Â Middlebury Â College Â and Â Porter Â Medical Â Center. 0LGGOHEXU\RIÂżFLDOVKRSHWKHVXU-Â veys Â will Â paint Â a Â reliable Â picture Â of Â what Â kinds Â of Â homes Â young Â fami-Â lies Â are Â looking Â for Â and Â what Â kind Â of Â neighborhood Â amenities Â are Â in Â most Â demand. â€œWe Â have Â a Â lot Â of Â anecdotal Â infor-Â mation Â about Â families Â with Â young Â children Â having Â a Â challenging Â time Â ÂżQGLQJ KRPHV LQ WKH WR UDQJHÂ´VDLG%DUEDUD6DXQ-Â ders, Â co-Âdirector Â of Â the Â Mary Â John-Â son Â Childrenâ€™s Â Center Â and Â a Â member Â of Â the Â housing Â subcommittee. Â â€œWe Â thought Â we Â need Â better Â information. Â
The Â anecdotal Â stories Â are Â wonderful, Â but Â we Â thought Â we Â should Â do Â a Â survey Â WRÂżQGRXWPRUHÂ´ 6DXQGHUVFUHGLWHGDVDVXUYH\FDWD-Â lyst Â a Â series Â of Â articles Â in Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â that Â explored Â various Â challenges Â for Â young Â families Â in Â Ad-Â dison Â County. Â The Â planning Â com-Â mission Â is Â looking Â forward Â to Â survey Â results Â to Â help Â inform Â future Â con-Â versations Â about Â how Â local Â planning Â might Â ease Â some Â of Â the Â challenges Â for Â this Â demographic. Local Â Realtors Â helped Â the Â subcom-Â mittee Â identify Â recent Â homebuyers Â within Â the Â Middlebury/East Â Middle-Â bury Â market, Â according Â to Â Blair. Â 7KHUHKDYHEHHQDURXQGSURSHUW\
closings Â during Â the Â past Â year, Â he Â said. Â The Â survey Â to Â be Â sent Â to Â buyers Â will Â include Â such Â questions Â as, Â â€œWas Â there Â a Â good Â inventory Â (of Â housing) Â in Â East Â Middlebury/Middlebury Â of Â your Â pre-Â IHUUHGKRXVLQJW\SHWRFKRRVHIURP"Â´ Respondents Â will Â also Â be Â asked Â to Â reveal Â what Â it Â was Â about Â the Â Middle-Â bury Â area Â that Â attracted Â them Â â€” Â com-Â mute Â time, Â type Â of Â housing, Â schools, Â amenities, Â parks Â and Â recreation, Â shopping, Â or Â other Â factors. Blair Â said Â the Â survey Â will Â be Â sent Â out Â to Â homebuyers Â in Â the Â near Â future. Â Each Â survey Â will Â include Â a Â self-Âad-Â dressed, Â stamped Â envelope Â for Â mail-Â ing Â back Â the Â completed Â document. Meanwhile, Â the Â second Â survey Â
asks Â prospective Â buyers Â what Â kind Â of Â housing Â they Â prefer, Â what Â price Â range Â they Â could Â afford, Â what Â kind Â of Â hous-Â ing Â they Â currently Â occupy, Â and Â what Â kinds Â of Â obstacles Â have Â prevented Â them Â from Â settling Â in Â the Â Middlebury Â area Â thus Â far. 3ODQVFDOOIRUDURXQGRIWKH second Â surveys Â to Â be Â distributed Â to Â local Â workers, Â according Â to Â Blair. Â They Â will Â be Â dropped Â off Â and Â then Â collected Â at Â the Â participating Â busi-Â nesses. Information Â from Â both Â surveys Â will Â be Â studied Â and Â tabulated Â in Â June Â for Â the Â commission Â to Â study Â and Â form Â the Â basis Â for Â ideas Â to Â help Â make Â the Â local Â housing Â market Â more Â accessible.
Natural Â gas Â pipeline Â to Â serve Â some Â in Â Ferrisburgh, Â Waltham By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY )(55,6%85*+ Â˛ &RQVWUXFWLRQ ZLOOEHJLQVRRQRQWKH9HUPRQW*DV 6\VWHPVSLSHOLQHH[WHQVLRQWKDWZLOO serve Â Vergennes Â and Â run Â about Â three Â miles Â along Â Plank Â Road Â from Â a Â new Â 1HZ +DYHQ GLVWULEXWLRQ VWDWLRQ WR Route Â 7 Â and Â from Â there Â to Â the Â city, Â ac-Â FRUGLQJWRFRPSDQ\RIÂżFLDOV Along Â the Â south Â side Â of Â Plank Â Road, Â the Â pipeline Â extension Â will Â pass Â through Â parts Â of Â Ferrisburgh Â and Â :DOWKDPDVZHOODV1HZ+DYHQDQG it Â could Â serve Â homes Â in Â those Â towns, Â VDLG 9HUPRQW *DV VSRNHVPDQ 6WHYH Wark Â late Â last Â week. Â The Â extension Â is Â part Â of Â the Â com-Â panyâ€™s Â larger Â Addison Â Rutland Â Natu-Â UDO*DV3URMHFWZKLFKLVLQWHQGHGWR bring Â the Â fuel Â to Â Addison Â and Â Rutland Â counties. Â The Â company Â has Â also Â pro-Â posed Â running Â a Â pipeline Â under Â Lake Â Champlain Â to Â International Â Paper Â in Â Ticonderoga, Â a Â plan Â that Â has Â encoun-Â tered Â opposition Â (see Â story Â on Â Page Â 6RPHSURSHUW\RZQHUVLQ0RQN-Â ton Â and Â Middlebury Â have Â also Â op-Â
posed Â the Â pipeline. &RPSDQ\ RIÂżFLDOV KDYH EHHQ working Â to Â obtain Â the Â rights Â of Â way Â necessary Â to Â run Â the Â Vergennes Â pipe-Â line Â extension Â along Â Plank Â Road. Â 9HUPRQW*DVUHSUHVHQWDWLYHVWROGWKH Ferrisburgh Â selectboard Â last Â week Â the Â coated Â steel, Â hand-Âwelded Â pipeline Â would Â be Â buried Â about Â three Â feet Â deep Â as Â close Â to Â Plank Â Roadâ€™s Â traveled Â sur-Â face Â as Â possible. They Â also Â said Â they Â would Â coor-Â dinate Â with Â Ferrisburghâ€™s Â highway Â FUHZVWRÂłDYRLGWDNLQJRXWWUHHVÂ´DV much Â as Â possible Â during Â the Â pipeline Â construction Â process. Â The Â main Â thrust Â RI3KDVH,RIWKHSURMHFWLVDSLSHOLQH from Â Colchester Â to Â Middlebury Â with Â an Â extension Â to Â Vergennes. Â Company Â RIÂżFLDOV VDLG LQVWDOODWLRQ RI WKH9HU-Â gennes Â extension Â along Â Plank Â Road Â should Â start Â in Â June Â and Â its Â target Â FRPSOHWLRQGDWHLV$XJXVW 9HUPRQW *DV RIÂżFLDO &KDUOLH Pughe Â told Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â select-Â board Â and Â about Â a Â dozen Â residents Â last Â Tuesday Â that Â natural Â gas Â safety Â
concerns Â are Â minimal. Â â€œWe Â believe Â that Â gas Â from Â our Â pipeline Â is Â the Â safest Â fuel Â you Â can Â use Â RIWKDWW\SHÂ´3XJKHVDLG Wark Â on Â Friday Â provided Â an Â esti-Â mate Â for Â the Â number Â of Â homeown-Â HUV LQ )HUULVEXUJK 1HZ +DYHQ DQG Waltham Â who Â would Â automatically Â qualify Â to Â tap Â onto Â the Â pipeline. Â â€œWe Â believe Â there Â is Â a Â potential Â for Â 46 Â addresses Â along Â the Â route Â to Â Ver-Â JHQQHVÂ´KHVDLG 9HUPRQW *DV ZLOO SD\ IRU DW OHDVW IHHWRISLSHWRDKRPHRQ3ODQN Road, Â and Â homes Â on Â the Â route Â further Â from Â the Â road Â could Â tap Â on Â at Â the Â own-Â HUVÂśH[SHQVHIRUSOXVIHHWKHVDLG â€œWe Â would Â serve Â customers Â that Â DUHIHHWIURPWKDWOLQHDORQJWKDW URDGÂ´:DUNVDLG Wark Â said Â there Â could Â be Â some Â ex-Â FHSWLRQV ZKHUH 9HUPRQW *DV ZRXOG help Â pay Â for Â longer Â extensions, Â and Â he Â also Â noted Â that Â the Â company Â has Â programs Â to Â help Â subsidize Â conver-Â sions Â of Â heating Â systems Â to Â natural Â gas, Â which Â is Â now Â less Â expensive Â than Â
other Â fossil Â fuels. â€œThere Â are Â programs Â to Â help Â with Â WKHFRQYHUVLRQÂ´KHVDLG Another Â company Â initiative Â helps Â KRPHRZQHUV EX\ QHZ KLJKHIÂżFLHQ-Â cy Â natural Â gas Â heating Â systems, Â Wark Â said. Â â€œIf Â people Â are Â looking Â to Â upgrade Â WRPRUHHIÂżFLHQWKHDWLQJV\VWHPVZH would Â help Â them Â with Â the Â incremen-Â WDOFRVWRIWKDWXSJUDGHÂ´KHVDLG Wark Â could Â not Â on Â Thursday Â say Â whether Â building Â the Â Plank Â Road Â ex-Â tension Â would Â require Â crossing Â any Â private Â land Â or Â purchasing Â any Â pri-Â vate Â property Â or Â easements, Â nor Â could Â he Â provide Â details Â about Â the Â pipelineâ€™s Â path Â to Â Vergennes Â from Â the Â intersec-Â tion Â of Â Plank Â Road Â and Â Route Â 7. Â 0HDQZKLOH 9HUPRQW *DV ODVW week Â announced Â that Â it Â had Â signed Â its Â ÂżUVWFRQVWUXFWLRQFRQWUDFWIRU3KDVH,
RIWKH$GGLVRQ5XWODQG1DWXUDO*DV 3URMHFW7KH6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQEDVHG gas Â company Â signed Â a Â multi-Âmillion-Â dollar Â agreement Â with Â Engineers Â Construction Â Inc. Â of Â Williston Â to Â per-Â form Â the Â horizontal Â directional Â drill-Â ing Â for Â the Â pipeline. Â 9HUPRQW *DV GHVFULEHV KRUL]RQWDO directional Â drilling Â as Â a Â trenchless Â pipeline Â installation Â method Â that Â will Â be Â used Â in Â more Â than Â 17 Â locations Â along Â 41 Â miles Â of Â the Â Phase Â 1 Â route Â RIWKH$GGLVRQ5XWODQG1DWXUDO*DV 3URMHFW 7KH HTXLSPHQW XVHG LQ WKH directional Â drilling Â process Â is Â new Â and Â allows Â ECI Â to Â bore Â underneath Â environmentally Â and Â archeologically Â sensitive Â areas, Â thus Â minimizing Â im-Â pacts. Wark Â said Â contracts Â for Â construc-Â WLRQ RI WKH PDMRULW\ RI WKH 3KDVH , SLSHOLQHKDYH\HWWRÂżQDOL]HG
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Vote Â this Â Tuesday Special Â elections Â are Â notorious Â for Â smaller Â turnouts. Â Thatâ€™s Â particular-Â ly Â unfortunate Â for Â issues Â of Â importance Â and Â which Â have Â dominated Â the Â public Â discourse Â for Â months. Â In Â Middlebury, Â almost Â 1,700 Â cast Â votes Â on Â Town Â Meeting Â Day Â to Â decide Â in Â favor Â of Â a Â $6.5 Â bond Â to Â build Â a Â new Â mu-Â nicipal Â building Â and Â recreational Â center. Â Almost Â certainly, Â fewer Â people Â will Â vote Â in Â this Â reconsideration Â on Â Tuesday, Â but Â hopefully Â a Â reasonable Â number Â will Â turn Â out Â so Â that Â the Â issue Â can Â be Â put Â to Â rest. Please Â do Â your Â part Â and Â vote Â by Â Australian Â ballot Â at Â the Â municipal Â gymnasium, Â 7 Â a.m Â to Â 7 Â p.m. ********** In Â a Â direct Â mail Â piece Â on Â the Â building Â proposals, Â which Â was Â paid Â for Â by Â Â project Â opponents Â and Â mailed Â last Â week Â to Â all Â Middlebury Â residents, Â three Â issues Â are Â addressed: Â inadequate Â planning, Â location, Â and Â a Â questionable Â DOOHJDWLRQWKDWWKHSURSRVDOLVQRWDJRRGÂżQDQFLDOGHDOIRUWD[SD\HUV If Â a Â 24-Âmonth Â process Â involving Â three Â large Â committees Â with Â dozens Â of Â open Â meetings Â held Â monthly Â throughout Â the Â time Â period Â is Â not Â â€œthor-Â ough, Â inclusive, Â transparent Â and Â creative,â€? Â our Â only Â assumption Â is Â that Â such Â process, Â like Â beauty, Â is Â in Â the Â eye Â of Â the Â beholder. Â The Â college Â and Â town, Â by Â the Â way, Â do Â meet Â monthly Â to Â discuss Â mutual Â needs Â and Â objec-Â tives, Â and Â have Â been Â doing Â so Â for Â years. Â It Â is Â one Â of Â the Â reasons Â the Â town-Â gown Â relationship Â has Â been Â so Â solid Â for Â the Â past Â decade. Â As Â for Â town Â planning, Â Middlebury Â is Â ahead Â of Â the Â curve Â with Â layers Â upon Â layers Â of Â planning Â carefully Â crafted Â through Â years Â of Â community Â input Â and Â staff Â hours. Â Could Â more Â be Â done? Â Sure, Â more Â of Â anything Â can Â always Â be Â done. Â Would Â it Â be Â effective Â or Â wasted Â time? Â Thatâ€™s Â a Â better Â question. On Â the Â issue Â of Â money, Â opponents Â are Â injecting Â wild Â conjecture Â and Â IHDUWRDWWDFNWKHSURMHFWÂśVVWURQJHVWSRLQWWKDWLWLVDÂżQDQFLDOEDUJDLQ for Â taxpayers. Â In Â total, Â the Â town Â is Â getting Â a Â $8.5 Â million Â to Â $9 Â million Â value Â at Â a Â cost Â to Â taxpayers Â of Â $2 Â million. Â That Â is Â a Â fantastic Â return Â on Â the Â townâ€™s Â modest Â investment. Opponents Â attack Â it Â by Â suggesting Â the Â cost Â to Â raze Â the Â buildings Â and Â move Â the Â Osborne Â House Â could Â be Â far Â more Â than Â the Â $1 Â million Â allo-Â FDWHG1RWVRRIÂżFLDOVVD\,QIDFWHVWLPDWHVE\WKRVHGRLQJWKHZRUN suggest Â the Â amount Â might Â be Â too Â much, Â and Â anything Â left Â over Â can Â go Â to Â other Â facets Â of Â the Â project. Â On Â that Â point, Â as Â others, Â voters Â need Â to Â de-Â cide Â whether Â to Â believe Â the Â professionals Â or Â those Â who Â want Â the Â project Â defeated. On Â location, Â the Â crux Â of Â the Â issue Â for Â the Â municipal Â building Â is Â that Â it Â EHORFDWHGGRZQWRZQ7KLVÂżWVWKHELOO$VIRUWKHUHFUHDWLRQDOFHQWHUWKH new Â location Â solves Â an Â existing Â problem Â with Â the Â former Â Legion Â build-Â LQJEHQHÂżWVERWKVFKRROVDQGKDVDPSOHSDUNLQJ7KDWÂśVDZLQZLQZLQ As Â for Â the Â two Â new Â buildings Â having Â 13,000 Â less Â square Â feet Â than Â the Â H[LVWLQJEXLOGLQJZHVHHWKDWDVDFRVWEHQHÂżWLQWZRZD\VÂżUVWLWÂśVOHVV space Â to Â heat Â and Â maintain Â for Â the Â next Â 100 Â years;Íž Â second, Â the Â basement Â level Â of Â the Â existing Â buildings Â is Â dark Â and Â dingy, Â drab Â and Â dreary, Â and Â moldy. Â Moisture-Âladen Â basements Â with Â poor Â natural Â light Â and Â ventilla-Â tion Â get Â that Â way. Â Losing Â that Â square-Âfootage Â is Â a Â blessing. Â â€œSmall Â archi-Â tectureâ€? Â (doing Â more Â with Â less Â space) Â is Â the Â laudable Â new Â era Â of Â design. Â The Â current Â building Â is Â about Â 30,000 Â square Â feet;Íž Â the Â new Â buildings Â will Â be Â closer Â to Â 17,000. Â That Â in Â itself Â represents Â a Â huge Â savings Â over Â the Â long Â WHUPLQHQHUJ\XVDJHDQGEXLOGLQJHIÂżFLHQFLHV Would Â another Â two-Âto-Âthree Â years Â of Â planning Â and Â community Â debate Â could Â the Â town Â do Â better? Â We Â donâ€™t Â think Â so. Â 0D\EHWKHSURMHFWFRXOGEHÂżQHWXQHGKHUHRUWKHUHEXWWKHQLQĂ€DWLRQ would Â drive Â costs Â higher, Â and Â the Â college Â offer Â wonâ€™t Â be Â repeated, Â so Â the Â cost Â to Â taxpayers Â would Â be Â substantially Â higher Â â€” Â at Â minimum Â three Â times Â or Â more. Â From Â this Â perspective, Â thatâ€™s Â not Â a Â better Â deal Â for Â taxpayers. Â Angelo Â S. Â Lynn
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Letters to the Editor Middlebury Â voters Â need Â some Â additional Â choices People Â have Â lots Â of Â ideas Â about Â why Â to Â reject Â the Â current Â proposal Â IRUWKHWRZQJ\PDQGRIÂżFHVZKHQ they Â vote Â this Â Tuesday. Â Many Â have Â ideas Â about Â what Â Middlebury Â could Â do Â instead. Here Â is Â mine. Iâ€™m Â the Â gardener Â at Â the Â Ilsley Â Library. Â The Â back Â garden Â there, Â though Â very Â small, Â has Â become Â a Â place Â that Â welcomes Â not Â only Â people Â but Â honeybees, Â bumblebees, Â praying Â mantises, Â grasshoppers, Â rabbits, Â lots Â RIGLIIHUHQWELUGVDQGEXWWHUĂ€LHVD neighbor Â cat, Â and Â a Â toad.
For Â awhile Â now, Â Iâ€™ve Â been Â think-Â ing Â about Â what Â a Â great Â little Â park Â we Â could Â make Â next Â door: Â raised Â beds Â along Â the Â sidewalk Â for Â a Â childrenâ€™s Â garden;Íž Â benches Â and Â a Â table;Íž Â bird-Â baths Â and Â water Â for Â passing Â dogs;Íž Â a Â fence Â with Â vines Â to Â keep Â kids Â safe;Íž Â storytimes, Â art Â and Â games Â for Â kids Â XQGHUWKHĂ€RZHULQJEODFNORFXVW trees. The Â white Â house Â could Â be Â a Â senior Â center Â and Â a Â place Â where Â people Â can Â make Â art Â or Â do Â crafts Â and Â in Â time Â be Â moved Â to Â make Â room Â for Â a Â library Â expansion. Â Wouldnâ€™t Â
this Â be Â lovely? Â And Â what Â a Â nice Â and Â welcome Â surprise Â for Â people, Â a Â place Â of Â relative Â cool Â and Â quiet Â in Â a Â busy, Â noisy Â town Â â€” Â another Â little Â park Â for Â us. In Â contrast, Â what Â is Â proposed Â at Â present Â is Â a Â two-Âstory Â brick Â building Â very Â close Â to Â the Â library. Â The Â white Â house Â would Â be Â moved, Â the Â fragrant Â locusts Â cut Â down. Â The Â building Â would Â dwarf Â the Â library, Â block Â sun-Â light Â from Â the Â garden Â and Â windows. Â and Â make Â the Â lovely Â Ilsley Â look Â out Â of Â place. Â When Â the Â library Â expands, Â (See Â Letter, Â Page Â 5)
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Letters to the Editor
+RVSLWDOVDUHEHDULQJH[WUDEXUGHQ Thank Â you Â for Â your Â recent Â article Â RQ3RUWHU+RVSLWDOÂśVGLIÂżFXOWLHV with Â â€œboardingâ€? Â patients Â with Â psychiatric Â emergencies Â in Â the Â Emergency Â Department. Â It Â is Â time Â that Â some Â light Â was Â shed Â on Â this Â ward Â to Â transferring Â my Â knowledge Â situation. and Â experience Â along Â to Â Gale Â over Â The Â current Â state Â of Â mental Â the Â next Â year. health Â care Â in Â Vermont Â is Â deplor-Â Grace Â Simonds able. Â Our Â counseling Â service Â is Â Past Â Town Â Clerk an Â invaluable Â resource Â and Â do Â the Â Whiting best Â that Â they Â can Â with Â the Â avail-Â DEOHIXQGLQJDQGVWDIÂżQJEXWWKH\ are Â unable Â to Â care Â for Â the Â sickest Â patients Â in Â an Â E.D. Â setting Â with Â no Â inpatient Â psychiatric Â beds, Â just Â as Â we Â keep Â throwing Â away Â money Â our Â local Â cardiologists Â are Â unable Â and Â wasting Â energy Â on Â a Â building Â to Â perform Â cardiac Â catheterization Â beyond Â repair? We Â voted Â for Â a Â great Â sensible Â plan Â on Â our Â sickest Â heart Â patients. It Â is Â a Â travesty Â that Â patients Â for Â our Â future Â and Â we Â need Â to Â vote Â have Â to Â spend Â weeks Â on Â end Â in Â our Â for Â it Â again. Â Letâ€™s Â move Â forward;Íž Â department. Â These Â individuals Â are Â OHWÂśVVROYHRXUQHHGVZLWKÂżVFDOUH-Â often Â anxious, Â upset Â and Â fright-Â sponsibility Â and Â with Â two Â imagina-Â WLYHDQGHIÂżFLHQWEXLOGLQJVWKDWZLOO ened, Â and Â the Â stimulating Â environ-Â serve Â us Â well. Â Vote Â yes Â on Â Article Â 1. ment Â of Â the Â emergency Â department Â Donna Â Donahue with Â beeping Â monitors, Â overhead Â Middlebury announcements, Â bright Â lights, Â am-Â bulances Â coming Â and Â going Â outside Â their Â door, Â crying Â infants, Â etc., Â is Â
Simonds Â thankful Â for Â 33 Â years Â as Â Whiting Â town Â clerk I Â wish Â to Â thank Â all Â those Â who Â at-Â tended Â my Â retirement Â party Â on Â April Â 19. Â After Â 33 Â years Â as Â town Â clerk Â and Â treasurer Â for Â Whiting, Â it Â was Â nice Â WRYLVLWDQGUHĂ€HFWZLWKVRPDQ\RI you Â at Â the Â party. Â I Â also Â wish Â to Â thank Â all Â those Â who Â
brought Â food Â and Â donated Â money Â for Â the Â Whiting Â Food Â Shelf. Â It Â was Â a Â great Â boost Â for Â the Â food Â shelf. Gale Â Quenneville Â is Â the Â town Â clerk Â and Â treasurer Â and Â I Â am Â hon-Â ored Â to Â continue Â working Â for Â the Â town Â as Â Galeâ€™s Â assistant. Â I Â look Â for-Â
Middlebury Â cannot Â afford Â to Â throw Â away Â $5.5 Â million The Â new Â location Â for Â town Â of-Â ÂżFHVLQDFFRUGDQFHZLWKWKHWRZQ SODQNHHSVWKHRIÂżFHVGRZQWRZQ WKHRIÂżFHEXLOGLQJGHVLJQLVHI-Â ÂżFLHQWDQGZHOFRPLQJ7KHQHZ location Â for Â the Â municipal Â gymna-Â VLXPQHVWOHGDPRQJDWKOHWLFÂżHOGVLV incredibly Â convenient Â for Â students Â at Â Mary Â Hogan, Â the Â middle Â school Â and Â the Â high Â school. Â The Â plan Â which Â was Â passed Â is Â a Â good Â one Â for Â the Â town Â of Â Middlebury Â now Â and Â well Â
into Â the Â future, Â and Â most Â impor-Â tantly, Â it Â is Â one Â we Â can Â afford. What Â we Â cannot Â afford Â to Â do Â is Â WRWKURZDZD\PLOOLRQ,WĂ€LHV in Â the Â face Â of Â common Â sense. Â Our Â property Â taxes Â are Â at Â a Â breaking Â point. Â There Â will Â be Â increases Â we Â canâ€™t Â avoid, Â but Â funding Â the Â total Â SULFHIRUQHZWRZQRIÂżFHVDQGD municipal Â gymnasium Â is Â not Â one. Â How Â would Â we Â fund Â this Â yet-Âto-Â be-Âimagined Â superior Â plan? Â Should Â
7RZQRIÂżFHSURSRVDOEHQHÂżWVWKHWRZQDQGFROOHJH A Â mailing Â from Â the Â Citizens Â for Â Middleburyâ€™s Â Future Â asks Â for Â our Â thoughts. Â Here Â are Â mine. You Â are Â asking Â Middlebury Â residents Â to Â give Â up Â one Â of Â the Â best Â ÂżQDQFLDORSSRUWXQLWLHVWKHWRZQKDV had Â in Â a Â long Â time, Â if Â not Â ever. During Â the Â last Â three Â years Â and Â even Â longer, Â you Â have Â had Â a Â thor-Â ough, Â inclusive, Â transparent Â and Â cre-Â ative Â planning Â process, Â if Â you Â have Â read Â the Â newspapers, Â and Â reports, Â and Â gone Â to Â meetings. Â I Â have Â only Â OLYHGLQWKLVWRZQIRUÂżYH\HDUVDQG, feel Â fully Â informed. The Â town Â and Â college Â have Â dis-Â cussed Â mutual Â needs Â and Â objectives Â many Â times. Â A Â plan Â has Â been Â devel-Â RSHGWKDWLVEHQHÂżFLDOWRERWK7KH college Â is Â giving Â the Â town Â a Â fantastic Â ÂżQDQFLDORSSRUWXQLW\DQGPXVWVHHLW as Â a Â top Â priority, Â given Â the Â large Â sum Â of Â money, Â for Â the Â collegeâ€™s Â future Â as Â well Â as Â the Â townâ€™s. Â It Â has Â also Â been Â made Â clear Â that Â the Â college Â will Â not Â enter Â into Â future Â discussions Â or Â make Â such Â a Â generous Â offer Â again, Â if Â the Â current Â plan Â is Â abandoned. Careful Â planning Â for Â our Â historic Â downtown Â district Â should Â always Â continue. Â But, Â careful Â planning Â has Â been Â done Â for Â a Â new Â town Â hall Â and Â new Â gym, Â which Â should Â go Â forward. Â Once Â implemented, Â the Â new Â town Â hall Â will Â be Â a Â beautiful Â centerpiece Â of Â the Â downtown Â district. Â It Â will Â be Â the Â anchor Â at Â the Â Cross Â Street Â round-Â about, Â which Â will Â provide Â a Â nice Â southern Â end Â point Â for Â Main Â Street Â with Â the Â beautiful Â Congregational Â Church Â at Â the Â northern Â end Â of Â Main Â Street. Long-Âterm Â programming Â and Â planning Â convenient Â space Â for Â
seniors Â and Â teens Â should Â continue, Â if Â the Â spaces Â allocated Â in Â the Â current Â SODQDUHQRWVXIÂżFLHQW%XWWKLVLVQRW a Â reason Â to Â stop Â this Â plan. Â There Â may Â be Â a Â number Â of Â additional Â locations Â and Â spaces Â for Â these Â two Â groups Â that Â would Â be Â a Â great Â improvement Â over Â the Â old Â gym. Discussion Â of Â long-Âterm Â Ilsley Â Library Â needs Â should Â continue, Â but Â building Â a Â new Â town Â hall Â next Â to Â the Â library Â can Â only Â enhance Â the Â latterâ€™s Â future. Â Connections Â to Â the Â town Â hall Â could Â be Â made, Â expansion Â out Â the Â back Â could Â add Â more Â space. Â Maybe Â the Â libraryâ€™s Â needs Â are Â not Â so Â much Â for Â space, Â but Â rather Â for Â technology. Â This Â is Â not Â a Â reason Â to Â stop Â the Â new Â town Â hall Â plan. With Â all Â the Â recreational Â facilities Â in Â Middlebury, Â I Â canâ€™t Â believe Â there Â isnâ€™t Â a Â comprehensive Â Recreation Â Department Â plan. Â But, Â this Â type Â of Â planning Â should Â always Â continue Â and Â a Â new Â gym Â on Â Creek Â Road Â will Â utilize Â space Â that Â has Â long Â been Â dormant. Â It Â could Â be Â the Â catalyst Â for Â additional Â uses Â of Â the Â Creek Â Road Â land Â that Â is Â so Â convenient Â for Â the Â townâ€™s Â schools. (DVLO\DFFHVVLEOHPXQLFLSDORIÂżFH space Â is Â answered Â with Â the Â current Â plan. Â It Â will Â be Â much Â more Â easily Â ac-Â FHVVLEOHWKDQWKHFXUUHQWRIÂżFH([-Â pandable Â space, Â should Â it Â be Â needed, Â could Â be Â added Â in Â the Â direction Â of Â Otter Â Creek. Serious Â consideration Â of Â pres-Â ent Â and Â future Â parking Â downtown Â should Â always Â be Â included Â in Â long-Â range Â planning Â efforts. Â The Â new Â location Â of Â the Â town Â hall Â does Â not Â reduce Â current Â parking, Â but Â it Â does Â position Â the Â town Â hall Â in Â a Â better Â
Letters to Â the Â editor
The Â Addison Â Independent Â encourages Â readers Â to Â write Â letters Â to Â the Â editor. Â We Â believe Â a Â newspaper Â should Â be Â a Â community Â forum Â for Â people Â to Â debate Â issues Â of Â the Â day Because Â we Â believe Â that Â accountability Â makes Â for Â responsible Â debate, Â we Â will Â print Â signed Â letters Â only. Â Be Â sure Â to Â include Â an Â address Â and Â telephone Â number, Â too, Â so Â we Â can Â call Â to Â clear Â up Â any Â questions. If Â you Â have Â something Â to Â say, Â send Â it Â to: Â Letters Â to Â the Â Editor, Â Addison Â Independent, Â 58 Â Maple Â St., Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753. Â Or Â email Â to Â email@example.com.
place Â to Â be Â near Â additional Â parking. Â The Â townâ€™s Â future Â development Â of Â the Â area Â between Â the Â new Â town Â hall Â and Â Otter Â Creek Â should Â include Â a Â parking Â garage Â of Â at Â least Â two Â levels, Â LQDGGLWLRQWRRIÂżFHDQGRUUHWDLO space Â above Â the Â parking Â levels. Â Completing Â the Â new Â town Â hall Â will Â enhance Â the Â opportunity Â for Â more Â parking Â close Â to Â Main Â Street. Planning Â for Â our Â energy Â future Â with Â commitment Â to Â non-Âfossil Â fuels Â should Â always Â continue Â to Â be Â a Â SULRULW\(QHUJ\HIÂżFLHQF\KDVEHHQ VSHFLÂżFDOO\LQFOXGHGLQWKHSODQVIRU the Â new Â town Â hall Â and Â gym, Â and Â more Â opportunities Â are Â currently Â being Â developed Â at Â no Â additional Â cost. Â They Â will Â set Â a Â trend Â for Â other Â steps Â in Â this Â important Â direction. Concerning Â the Â money, Â I Â have Â faith Â that Â the Â college, Â Bread Â Loaf Â Construction, Â the Â town Â committees Â and Â the Â selectboard Â are Â pretty Â good Â at Â estimating Â and Â budgeting Â a Â plan Â such Â as Â that Â already Â approved. Â I Â canâ€™t Â believe Â that Â people Â would Â walk Â away Â from Â an Â opportunity Â to Â get Â a Â new Â town Â hall Â and Â gymnasium, Â plus Â a Â public Â park, Â for Â only Â $2 Â million. Â This Â plan Â has Â been Â a Â long Â time Â in Â coming. Â Letâ€™s Â complete Â it Â now. Tim Â Williams Middlebury
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probably Â the Â least Â appropriate Â set-Â ting Â for Â these Â patients Â to Â be Â lodged. Some Â patients Â may Â be Â volatile, Â unpredictable Â and Â violent Â as Â part Â of Â their Â illness, Â posing Â a Â threat Â to Â staff Â as Â well Â as Â other Â patients, Â some Â of Â whom Â are Â quite Â frail. Â As Â we Â are Â unable Â to Â medicate Â patients Â against Â their Â will Â except Â in Â the Â most Â ex-Â treme Â situations, Â they Â are Â basically Â sitting Â in Â our Â department Â getting Â minimal Â treatment. Patients Â with Â psychiatric Â emergencies Â have Â real Â illness. Â No Â other Â subset Â of Â our Â sickest Â patients Â languish Â in Â our Â depart-Â ment Â because Â there Â is Â â€œno Â roomâ€? Â for Â the Â patient Â in Â a Â diabetic Â coma Â or Â having Â a Â stroke Â or Â heart Â attack. Â Mental Â health Â patients Â are Â equally Â ill Â with Â symptoms Â beyond Â their Â control. Â Until Â the Â state Â recognizes Â this Â and Â expands Â the Â availability Â of Â inpatient Â beds Â for Â patients Â in Â acute Â crisis Â to Â the Â level Â that Â was Â present Â before Â Hurricane Â Irene, Â I Â am Â afraid Â that Â this Â situation Â will Â not Â improve. Jessica Â Racusin, Â MD Middlebury
Letter Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 4) the Â back Â garden Â might Â be Â destroyed. I Â see Â Article Â 1, Â the Â proposal Â to Â revote Â â€” Â yes Â or Â no Â â€” Â to Â keep Â the Â present Â town Â plan Â regarding Â the Â town Â gym Â and Â municipal Â building Â as Â a Â chance Â for Â people Â in Â Middle-Â bury Â to Â give Â yourselves Â time Â to Â hear Â each Â otherâ€™s Â ideas Â and Â talk Â
about Â them. Â You Â have Â NOT Â been Â allowed Â that Â kind Â of Â time Â and Â you Â deserve Â it. Â Itâ€™s Â your Â town Â and Â your Â very Â important Â choice Â to Â make;Íž Â too Â important Â to Â limit Â yourselves Â to Â just Â one Â proposal. You Â can Â do Â better. Anna Â Rose Â Benson Weybridge
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Obituaries Richard Jackson, 76, native of Middlebury
FERNANDINA Â BEACH, Â Fla. Â â€” Â Richard Â Andrew Â Jackson, Â 76, Â of Â Fernandina Â Beach, Â Fla., Â died Â Thursday Â morning, Â May Â 8, Â 2014, Â at Â Baptist Â Medical Â Center Â â€“ Â Nassau. Born Â in Â Middlebury, Â Vt., Â he Â was Â the Â youngest Â of Â three Â children Â born Â to Â the Â late Â Alan Â and Â Vivian Â
Jackson. Â As Â children, Â he Â and Â his Â sisters Â grew Â up Â in Â Bridport, Â Vt. In Â his Â mid Â 20s, Â Mr. Â Jackson Â moved Â to Â Chichester, Â N.H. Â He Â later Â accepted Â employment Â with Â the Â state Â of Â New Â Hampshire Â as Â an Â onsite Â caretaker Â with Â the Â Urban Â Forestry Â Service. Â In Â the Â early Â 2000s, Â he Â retired Â when Â he Â and Â his Â
wife Â moved Â to Â Fernandina Â Beach Â to Â be Â near Â their Â daughter. While Â living Â in Â Chichester, Â he Â was Â a Â former Â president Â of Â the Â Lions Â Club Â and Â later Â a Â member Â of Â the Â Portsmouth Â Kiwanis Â Club. Â After Â settling Â in Â Fernandina Â Beach, Â he Â volunteered Â at Â the Â Nassau Â County Â Humane Â Society.
He Â was Â preceded Â in Â death Â by Â his Â wife, Â Tanya Â Mayville Â Jackson, Â who Â died Â in Â 2006. He Â leaves Â behind Â two Â sons, Â David Â Jackson Â (Susan) Â of Â Allenstown, Â N.H., Â and Â Gary Â Jackson Â of Â Fernandina Â Beach;Íž Â a Â daughter, Â Lynette Â Little Â (Timmy) Â of Â Fernandina Â Beach;Íž Â a Â sister, Â
Norma Â Stone Â of Â Bridport, Â Vt.;Íž Â five Â grandchildren;Íž Â and Â a Â great-Âgrandson. Funeral Â services Â will Â be Â held Â at Â a Â later Â date Â when Â he Â will Â be Â laid Â to Â rest Â beside Â his Â wife Â in Â the Â Maryville Â Family Â Cemetery, Â Middlebury, Â Vt. Online Â condolences Â may Â be Â left Â at Â www.oxleyheard.com.
Alberta Cunningham, 73, Lincoln LINCOLN Â â€” Â Alberta Â Cota Â Cunningham, Â 73, Â died Â Tuesday, Â May Â 6, Â 2014, Â at Â her Â home Â in Â Lincoln. She Â was Â born Â July Â 16, Â 1940, Â in Â Monkton, Â the Â daughter Â of Â Arthur Â and Â Vera Â Shepard Â Cota. Her Â relatives Â say Â she Â was Â a Â caring Â individual Â and Â enjoyed Â spending Â time Â with Â her Â grandchildren Â and Â great-Âgrandchildren Â at Â family Â gath-Â erings. Â Her Â hobbies Â were Â talking Â on Â CBs, Â shopping, Â crocheting, Â traveling, Â bird Â watching Â and Â enjoying Â nature, Â playing Â cards, Â emailing Â friends Â and Â family. She Â is Â survived Â by Â three Â children, Â David Â Cunningham Â Jr., Â George Â and Â Marlene Â Cunningham, Â and Â Penny Â
and Â Edward Â Stutzman;Íž Â 10 Â grand-Â children;Íž Â six Â great-Âgrandchildren;Íž Â two Â brothers, Â Norman Â and Â Diane Â Cota, Â and Â Ralph Â and Â Martha Â Cota;Íž Â a Â sister, Â Arlene Â and Â Leo Â Lamoureux;Íž Â and Â several Â nieces, Â nephews, Â great-Â nieces Â and Â great-Ânephews. Funeral Â services Â will Â be Â held Â at Â 11 Â a.m. Â on Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â at Â Starksboro Â Baptist Â Church. Â Interment Â will Â be Â in Â Green Â Mount Â Cemetery Â in Â Starksboro. Â Friends Â may Â call Â at Â Brown-ÂMcClay Â Funeral Â Home Â in Â Bristol Â on Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â from Â 5 Â WR SP ,Q OLHX RI Ă€RZHUV FRQWUL-Â butions Â may Â be Â made Â to Â the Â family Â Attn. Â George Â Cunningham, Â 45A Â Hall Â Road, Â Lincoln, Â VT Â 05443.
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MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Joyce Â S. Â Duclos, Â 63, Â of Â Middlebury Â died Â unexpectedly Â at Â her Â home Â Tuesday, Â May Â 6, Â 2014. She Â was Â born Â March Â 23, Â 1951, Â in Â St. Â Johnsbury, Â the Â daughter Â of Â the Â late Â Floyd Â and Â Margaret Â (Martin) Â Sumner. Â She Â was Â a Â graduate Â of Â Rutland Â High Â School, Â class Â of Â 1969. She Â married Â John Â Duclos Â June Â 11, Â 2004, Â in Â La Â Paz, Â Mexico. Â Joyce Â wore Â many Â hats Â in Â her Â lifetime. Â 6KH ZDV D ÂżHUFHO\ GHYRWHG ZLIH mother Â and Â grandmother. Â She Â spent Â countless Â hours Â doing Â volunteer Â work Â for Â several Â local Â causes Â and Â national Â organizations, Â including Â Business Â for Â Professional Â Women Â and Â the Â American Â Cancer Â Society. Â She Â publicly Â fought Â against Â water Â contamination Â in Â Vermont, Â and Â we Â also Â have Â her Â to Â thank Â for Â the Â overdue Â WUDIÂżFOLJKWDW5RXWHDQG0RQNWRQ Road. -R\FH ZDV HPSOR\HG DV DQ RIÂżFH manager Â at Â Solos Â in Â Middlebury. Â She Â also Â spent Â many Â years Â as Â a Â childcare Â provider Â in Â her Â home. Â Joyce Â loved Â to Â travel, Â skydive, Â do Â photography, Â and Â plan Â lavish Â events Â for Â her Â family Â
and Â friends. Â Her Â creative Â energy Â and Â endless Â imagination Â made Â every Â event Â extra Â memorable. She Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â husband, Â John Â Duclos Â of Â Middlebury;Íž Â her Â children, Â Kristi Â LaFayette Â of Â Lincoln, Â Kasey Â LaFayette Â Trujillo Â and Â husband Â Jeremy Â of Â Loveland, Â Colo., Â Jesse Â LaFayette Â of Â Colorado, Â and Â Karly Â McConnell Â of Â Middlebury;Íž Â her Â mother-Âin-Âlaw, Â Norma Â Duclos Â of Â Middlebury;Íž Â her Â sister-Âin-Âlaw, Â Amy Â Quesnel Â of Â Whiting;Íž Â her Â grandchildren Â (in Â order), Â Ora Â LaFayette, Â Domenic Â DeNapoli, Â Sunny Â LaFayette, Â Nina Â Bel Â DeNapoli, Â Micah Â McConnell, Â Charlotte Â McConnell, Â River Â Trujillo, Â and Â Magnolia Â LaFayette. Joyce Â was Â predeceased Â by Â her Â former Â husband, Â Richard Â LaFayette, Â on Â Aug. Â 5, Â 1987;Íž Â her Â parents;Íž Â her Â siblings, Â Lana Â Sumner Â and Â Charles Â â€œChicâ€? Â Sumner;Íž Â and Â her Â father-Âin-Â law Â Norbert Â â€œNubâ€? Â Duclos. A Â celebration Â of Â her Â life Â will Â be Â held Â on Â May Â 14 Â at Â the Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â from Â 4-Â6 Â p.m. Memorial Â contributions Â can Â be Â made Â to Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center, Â
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Stewardship Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 2) EHU-LP2UWXQRVDLGORFDOÂżUHÂżJKWHUV the Â most Â part Â is Â the Â liabilities Â with Â support Â the Â pipeline Â project Â from Â a Â this Â project, Â including Â infringement Â safety Â standpoint. Â He Â said Â it Â would Â on Â property Â rights Â with Â pipeline Â be Â generally Â safer Â to Â have Â natural Â gas Â routes Â being Â acquired Â by Â eminent Â funneled Â through Â an Â underground Â domain, Â while Â landowners Â continue Â pipeline Â than Â the Â current Â situa-Â to Â pay Â property Â taxes Â on Â parcels,â€? Â he Â tion Â where Â gasoline Â and Â fuel Â oil Â are Â said. trucked Â along Â Route Â 22A. â€œI Â understand Â the Â value Â of Â a Â strong Â â€œWe Â are Â in Â favor Â of Â the Â pipeline, Â economy, Â but Â I Â just Â donâ€™t Â understand Â only Â because Â of Â the Â different Â kind Â why Â this Â board Â would Â RIÂżUHVWKDWZHÂżJKWÂ´ even Â consider Â approv-Â 2UWXQR VDLG Âł:H ÂżQG al Â of Â a Â project Â that Â â€œIf your land is that Â the Â pipeline Â is Â the Â would Â put Â the Â short-Â used for this, safest Â scenarioâ€Ś Â We Â term Â corporate Â prof-Â LWÂˇVIRUHYHUÂŤ are Â in Â charge Â of Â the Â its Â above Â the Â future Â The decisions Route Â 22A Â corridor Â wellbeing Â of Â the Â next Â and Â the Â amount Â of Â fuel Â generations Â of Â Ver-Â KHUHZLOOFDUU\ going Â down Â that Â road Â monters, Â to Â say Â noth-Â IRUZDUGÂľ would Â turn Â most Â peo-Â ing Â of Â the Â future Â of Â â€” Shoreham resident pleâ€™s Â heads. Polly Birdsall our Â planet,â€? Â he Â added. â€œRegardless Â of Â how Â Middlebury Â resi-Â we Â all Â feel Â personally, Â dent Â Jono Â Chapin Â called Â the Â pipeline Â we Â feel Â that Â pipeline Â is Â coming,â€? Â Or-Â proposal Â a Â classic Â example Â of Â the Â tuno Â added. MATTHEW Â COURTRIGHT, Â EXECUTIVE Â director Â of Â the Â Ticonderoga Â Area Â Chamber Â of Â Commerce, Â speaks Â in Â clash Â between Â economic Â and Â envi-Â He Â noted Â that Â the Â Shoreham Â se-Â favor Â of Â the Â proposed Â Phase Â II Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Gas Â natural Â gas Â pipeline Â project Â at Â last Â Wednesdayâ€™s Â Public Â ronmental Â interests. Â He Â said Â that Â un-Â lectboard Â has Â taken Â a Â neutral Â stance Â Service Â Board Â hearing Â in Â Shoreham. fortunately, Â the Â economic Â argument Â and Â is Â negotiating Â (with Â Vermont Â Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell has Â won Â out Â in Â most Â of Â the Â clashes. Gas) Â for Â as Â many Â safety Â amenities Â â€” Â â€œWhere Â we Â are Â in Â history Â right Â now Â such Â as Â equipment Â and Â training Â â€” Â as Â version Â from Â fuel Â oil Â to Â natural Â gas Â 2,000 Â annual Â visits Â to Â IP Â by Â trucks Â world-Âclass Â environmental Â perfor-Â mance,â€? Â Calabrese Â said. will Â improve Â environmental Â condi-Â carrying Â fuel Â oil. is Â economics Â canâ€™t Â rule Â the Â day Â any-Â it Â can Â secure. â€œThe Â (natural Â gas Â conversion Â at Â Lisa Â Ventriss Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Busi-Â more,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œLetâ€™s Â make Â our Â de-Â Nick Â Causton Â of Â Shoreham Â said Â he Â tions Â for Â area Â neighbors. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â con-Â cisions Â about Â what Â is Â above Â ground Â is Â one Â of Â many Â local Â residents Â who Â version Â he Â said Â would Â greatly Â reduce Â ,3 ZLOOQRWRQO\EHQHÂżW/DNH&KDP-Â QHVV5RXQGWDEOHFRQÂżUPHGKHUQRQ-Â and Â not Â the Â fossil Â fuels Â that Â are Â be-Â can Â see Â and Â hear Â activity Â at Â the Â IP Â carbon Â dioxide Â and Â sulfur Â emissions Â plain Â and Â Addison Â County, Â but Â also Â SURÂżWRUJDQL]DWLRQÂśVVXSSRUWIRUWKH low Â ground, Â as Â we Â go Â forward.â€? mill Â each Â day. Â He Â believes Â IPâ€™s Â con-Â from Â the Â plant, Â as Â well Â as Â eliminate Â Vermont Â and Â North Â America,â€? Â Caus-Â project Â as Â a Â means Â of Â promoting Â eco-Â ton Â said. nomic Â development Â in Â the Â region. OUTSIDE Â THE Â COUNTY Wednesdayâ€™s Â hearing Â drew Â repre-Â Âł:HDUHRUJDQL]HGDURXQGWKHPLV-Â The Â hearing Â also Â drew Â many Â peo-Â sentatives Â of Â several Â business Â advo-Â sion Â to Â make Â Vermont Â the Â best Â place Â ple Â from Â outside Â of Â Addison Â County. cacy Â groups Â from Â New Â York Â state. in Â America Â to Â do Â business, Â be Â edu-Â Ann Â Krauss Â of Â Rutland Â called Â fos-Â NEW Â YORKERS Â MAKE Â CASE cated Â and Â live Â life,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œWe Â sil Â fuel Â an Â addiction Â that Â she Â said Â One Â of Â them Â was Â Mathew Â Cour-Â believe Â the Â Addison Â Rutland Â Natural Â society Â must Â curb Â if Â it Â is Â to Â protect Â tright, Â executive Â director Â of Â the Â Ti-Â Gas Â Project Â is Â in Â harmony Â with Â our Â the Â planet Â from Â more Â environmental Â conderoga Â Area Â Chamber Â of Â Com-Â vision.â€? damage. merce. Â Courtright Â recited Â a Â variety Â Charlie Â Harrington Â of Â Crown Â â€œUnlike Â most Â addictions, Â fossil Â of Â statistics Â about Â IPâ€™s Â importance Â Point, Â N.Y., Â claimed Â the Â IP Â mill Â no Â fuel Â kills Â as Â well Â as Â destroys Â health Â within Â the Â economic Â fabric Â of Â Essex Â longer Â emits Â odors Â and Â has Â improved Â and Â property Â of Â innocent Â bystanders, Â County, Â N.Y. Â He Â said Â its Â environmental Â re-Â UDWKHU WKDQ FRQÂżQLQJ LWV LPSDFW WR IP Â is Â Ticonderogaâ€™s Â cord Â during Â the Â past Â the Â user,â€? Â Krauss Â said. largest Â employer, Â with Â â€œWe are in favor few Â decades. â€œFeeding Â an Â addiction Â is Â never Â in Â more Â than Â 600 Â jobs Â of the pipeline, â€œThis Â proposal Â the Â userâ€™s Â best Â interest.â€? and Â more Â than Â 600 Â only because of from Â IP Â is Â part Â of Â their Â Patrick Â Flood Â of Â Woodbury Â was Â DIÂżOLDWHG ODQGRZQHUV their Â symbiotic Â among Â those Â who Â argued Â the Â state Â the different kind story, Â and Â loggers. Â He Â said Â relationship Â with Â Ver-Â should Â clamp Â down Â on Â further Â fossil Â the Â mill Â in Â 2012 Â pur-Â RIĂ€UHVWKDWZH mont Â and Â New Â York,â€? Â fuel Â projects Â because Â of Â their Â alleged Â chased Â $160 Â million Â Ă€JKWÂŤ:HĂ€QG Harrington Â said. Â impact Â on Â climate Â change. in Â goods Â and Â services Â that the pipeline â€œThis Â pipeline Â is Â part Â â€œClimate Â change Â is Â coming Â at Â us Â and Â paid Â $1.2 Â million Â is the safest of Â the Â progression Â of Â like Â one Â of Â those Â half-Âmile-Âwide Â tor-Â in Â school Â and Â property Â VFHQDULRÂľ HIÂżFLHQF\ RXU HQYL-Â nadoes Â that Â went Â through Â Arkansas, Â taxes. Â Courtright Â said Â ronmental Â respect Â and Â and Â what Â are Â we Â doing?â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œIn Â â€” Shoreham an Â insurance Â policy Â IP Â in Â Ticonderoga Â has Â Vermont, Â we Â canâ€™t Â even Â pass Â a Â small Â an Â annual Â payroll Â of Â Ă€UHĂ€JKWHU-LP2UWXQR that Â this Â industry Â will Â DSSURSULDWLRQ WR GR WKHUPDO HIÂż-Â more Â than Â $51 Â mil-Â VXUYLYH , UHDOL]H WKDW ciency Â in Â our Â homes Â and Â save Â money Â lion. this Â is Â a Â very Â contentious Â issue, Â but Â on Â carbon Â emissions. Â Instead, Â we Â Having Â access Â to Â natural Â gas, Â I Â also Â want Â you Â to Â know Â that Â this Â is Â are Â gathered Â here Â tonight Â to Â decide Â Courtright Â said, Â would Â greatly Â re-Â not Â a Â sequel Â to Â â€˜Tremorsâ€™ Â with Â Kevin Â whether Â we Â should Â invest Â tens Â of Â duce Â IPâ€™s Â operating Â expenses Â and Â Bacon Â as Â the Â star.â€™â€? millions Â of Â dollars Â in Â expanding Â our Â WKHUHIRUHJLYHLWÂżQDQFLDOVWDELOLW\ Shoreham Â resident Â Jim Â Peden, Â a Â carbon Â emissions.â€? â€œThe Â project Â has Â the Â potential Â of Â retired Â physicist, Â said Â he Â was Â look-Â Flood Â said Â it Â is Â future Â generations Â securing Â the Â long-Âterm Â viability Â of Â ing Â forward Â to Â the Â Phase Â II Â project Â Â˛ DQG QRW WKRVH ZKR ZLOO EHQHÂżW IP,â€? Â he Â said. and Â its Â promise Â of Â bringing Â what Â from Â the Â pipeline Â during Â the Â next Â Carol Â Calabrese Â of Â the Â Essex Â he Â called Â the Â â€œcleanest Â burning Â gas Â 10 Â to Â 30 Â years Â â€” Â who Â will Â â€œpay Â the Â County Â (N.Y.) Â Industrial Â Develop-Â known Â to Â manâ€? Â to Â Addison Â County. priceâ€? Â for Â the Â project. PHQW $JHQF\ RIIHUHG DGGLWLRQDO Âż-Â â€œIâ€™d Â be Â very Â happy Â to Â see Â this Â plant Â â€œThis Â is Â much Â more Â than Â an Â eco-Â nancial Â facts Â about Â IP Â that Â she Â said Â over Â here Â convert Â to Â methane, Â be-Â nomic Â issue, Â and Â itâ€™s Â much Â more Â than Â illustrate Â the Â plantâ€™s Â importance Â to Â cause Â that Â will Â clean Â up Â the Â air Â over Â a Â political Â issue, Â and Â itâ€™s Â even Â more Â Vermonters. Â She Â said Â the Â mill Â spends Â here Â for Â us Â in Â Shoreham,â€? Â he Â said. than Â an Â environmental Â issue,â€? Â Flood Â more Â than Â $3 Â million Â annually Â on Â The Â PSBâ€™s Â next Â hearing Â on Â the Â said. Â â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â a Â moral Â issue. Â I Â goods Â and Â services Â provided Â by Â Ver-Â pipeline Â is Â scheduled Â for Â Thursday, Â think Â it Â is Â wrong Â for Â us Â to Â make Â de-Â mont Â businesses. Â Calabrese Â added Â June Â 12, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â at Â Middlebury Â cisions Â that Â will Â burden Â our Â children Â the Â company Â pays Â approximately Â Union Â High Â School. Â People Â can Â also Â for Â the Â next Â 30, Â 40 Â or Â 50 Â years.â€? $1 Â million Â in Â wages Â each Â year Â to Â its Â submit Â their Â written Â comments Â to Â the Â Not Â everyone Â who Â spoke Â on Â CORNWALL Â RESIDENT Â BOBBIE Â Carnwath Â listens Â as Â a Â speaker Â ad-Â Vermont Â employees, Â who Â number Â PSB Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Wednesday Â was Â opposed Â to Â the Â proj-Â dresses Â the Â Public Â Service Â Board Â during Â last Â Wednesdayâ€™s Â public Â hear-Â around Â 16. Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â ect, Â however. ing Â in Â Shoreham. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell â€œ(IP) Â is Â committed Â to Â maintaining Â email@example.com. Shoreham Â Fire Â Department Â mem-Â
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Exhibit Â opening Â reception Â in Â Vergennes. Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 6-Â7:30 Â p.m., Â Bixby Â Memorial Â Library. Â Celebrating Â the Â opening Â of Â the Â annual Â Addison Â Northwest Â Supervisory Â Union Â Student Â Art Â Exhibit, Â a Â K-Â12 Â show Â highlighting Â the Â work Â of Â students Â in Â art Â classes Â through Â the Â supervisory Â union. Â Music Â by Â Jeff Â Spencer, Â refreshments. Â Show Â runs Â through Â June Â 6. Â Addison Â County Â Right Â to Â Life Â meeting Â in Â East Â Middlebury. Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Valley Â Bible Â Church. Â Visitors Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â2898 Â or Â L2Paquette@aol.com. Â Book Â club Â meeting Â in Â Bridport. Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Carl Â Norton Â Highway Â Department Â conference Â room. Â Discussing Â â€œThe Â Color Â Purpleâ€? Â by Â Alice Â Walker. Â Juneâ€™s Â title Â is Â â€œStill Â Lifeâ€? Â by Â Louise Â Penny. Â All Â interested Â readers Â are Â welcome. Â Info: Â 758-Â2858. Â Senior Â recital Â of Â original Â works Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â Vanda Â Gaidamovic Â â€™14 Â presents Â three Â original Â compositions: Â two Â string Â quartets Â as Â well Â as Â her Â senior Â work, Â â€œSpitsbergen Â Fantasia,â€? Â scored Â for Â a Â small Â chamber Â orchestra Â and Â based Â on Â a Â tale Â by Â Hans Â Christian Â Andersen. Â Free. Â Info: Â www.middlebury.edu Â or Â 802-Â443-Â3168. Â
Blood Â drive Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â4 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â American Â Legion. Â Info Â or Â appointments: Â www.redcrossblood.org Â or Â 1-Â800-ÂRED-ÂCROSS. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Russ Â Sholes Â Senior Â Center. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â a Â luncheon Â of Â glazed Â ham Â loaf, Â baked Â beans, Â winter Â mixed Â vegetables, Â oatmeal Â bread Â and Â fresh Â fruit Â cup. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Please Â bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 634. Â Free Â trans-Â portation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Technology Â Drop-Âin Â Day Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 1-Â4 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Get Â help Â with Â all Â your Â technology Â questions, Â from Â word Â processing Â and Â printing Â to Â handling Â e-Âmail Â and Â downloadable Â books. Â Info: Â 388-Â4095. Â Eat Â Pizza Â for Â Art Â fundraiser Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 5-Â9 Â p.m., Â American Â Flatbread. Â The Â Middlebury Â Studio Â School Â is Â holding Â a Â fund-Â raiser. Â Eat Â in Â or Â take Â out Â and Â the Â school Â will Â receive Â money Â for Â each Â pizza Â sold. Â Silent Â auction Â of Â â€œwetâ€? Â (recently Â painted) Â paintings Â by Â local Â artists. Â
Spring Â concert Â in Â Salisbury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Salisbury Â Community Â School. Â Salisbury Â studentsâ€™ Â annual Â spring Â concert. Â Public Â welcome. Â Community Â poetry Â event Â in Â Orwell. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Orwell Â Free Â Library. Â Meet Â Vermont Â Poet Â Laureate Â Sydney Â Lea. Â He Â will Â talk Â about Â poetry Â in Â general Â and Â why Â he Â writes Â poetry, Â and Â then Â will Â read Â from Â selected Â works. Â Q&A Â session Â follows. Â Free. Â MUHS Â Spring Â Concert Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â MUHS Â auditorium. Â Performances Â by Â the Â Concert Â Choir Â and Â Concert Â Band, Â who Â will Â SHUIRUP-RKDQGH0HLMÂśVÂżYHPRPHQWÂł6\PSKRQ\ No. Â 1, Â Lord Â of Â the Â Rings.â€? Â Dedicated Â to Â the Â recently Â departed Â Carl Â Ciemniewski. Â Free. Â Pete Â Seeger Â documentary Â in Â Lincoln. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 13, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â The Â library Â pres-Â ents Â â€œThe Â Power Â of Â Song.â€? Â Info: Â 453-Â2664. Â
Senior Â Program Â in Â Lincoln. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Lincoln Â Library. Â Linda Â Barnard Â presents Â â€œVermont Â Towns Â I Â Have Â Visited.â€? Â Refreshments Â served. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â â€œVermont Â History Â Through Â Songâ€? Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 10:30-Â11:30 Â a.m., Â Howden Â Hall. Â A Â popular Â Vermont Â Humanities Â Council Â program Â hosted Â by Â the Â Addison Â County Â Teachersâ€™ Â Association. Â Dressed Â in Â period Â costume, Â singer/ researcher Â Linda Â Radtke, Â accompanied Â by Â pianist Â Arthur Â Zorn, Â brings Â Vermont Â history Â to Â life Â with Â engaging Â commentary Â about Â the Â songs Â found Â in Â the Â Vermont Â Historical Â Societyâ€™s Â collection Â of Â sheet Â music. Â Info: Â 802-Â989-Â7189. Â Gallery Â talk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â noon-Â1 Â p.m., Â Henry Â Sheldon Â Museum. Â Museum Â Director Â Bill Â Brooks Â leads Â a Â gallery Â talk Â on Â the Â new Â exhibit Â â€œLost Â Gardens Â of Â New Â England.â€? Â Info: Â 388-Â2117 Â or Â www.henrysheldonmuseum.org. Â â€œTweenâ€? Â movie Â in Â Lincoln. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 3:30-Â5 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â Ages Â 9-Â12. Â â€œHowlâ€™s Â Moving Â Castle.â€? Â Popcorn Â served. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â Special Â senior Â night Â meal Â in Â Bridport. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 3:45-Â5:45 Â p.m., Â Bridport Â Grange. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â meal Â catered Â by Â Rosieâ€™s Â Restaurant Â and Â the Â Grange. Â Menu: Â meatloaf, Â mashed Â pota-Â toes, Â peas Â and Â fruit Â cobbler. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 615. Â Historical Â society Â meeting Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â p.m., Â Ferrisburgh Â Historical Â Society. Â The Â Ferrisburgh Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â VUHS Â history Â students, Â who Â
Happy Â birthday, Â Joe! &(/(%5$7(7+(7+ELUWKGD\RIWKHLFRQLF*,-RHDFWLRQÂżJXUHDWWKH2UZHOO Free Â Library Â on Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â from Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m. Â Local Â collector Â George Â Macedo Â will Â display Â his Â large Â collection Â of Â G.I. Â Joe Â memorabilia Â and Â invites Â others Â to Â bring Â theirs Â in Â to Â share. will Â discuss Â their Â history Â odyssey Â to Â Philadelphia, Â Gettysburg Â and Â Washington, Â D.C. Â Free. Â Book Â discussion Â group Â in Â Lincoln. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â Discussing Â â€œSay Â Youâ€™re Â One Â of Â Them,â€? Â by Â Uwem Â Akpan. Â Historical Â society Â meeting Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â New Â Haven Â Community Â Library. Â The Â New Â Haven Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â Bev Â Landon, Â who Â will Â give Â a Â historical Â presentation Â about Â â€œThe Â Dugoutâ€? Â on Â River Â Road. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Vergennes. Â Thursday, Â May Â 15, Â 11 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â St. Â Peterâ€™s Â Parish Â Hall. Â CVAA Â spon-Â sors Â this Â special Â senior Â meal Â served Â up Â by Â students Â of Â Champlain Â Valley Â Christian Â School: Â chicken Â and Â biscuits, Â cabbage Â broccoli Â slaw, Â PDVKHG FDXOLĂ€RZHU DQG FKHHVHFDNH WUXIĂ€HV Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Please Â bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â required Â by Â April Â 15: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 615. Â Free Â transportation Â through Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Technology Â Drop-Âin Â Day Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â May Â 15, Â 2-Â4 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Get Â help Â with Â all Â your Â technology Â questions, Â from Â word Â processing Â and Â printing Â to Â handling Â e-Âmail Â and Â downloadable Â books. Â Info: Â 388-Â4095. Â Historical Â society Â meeting Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â May Â 15, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Howden Â Hall. Â The Â Bristol Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â Bruce Â Acciavatti, Â who Â will Â present Â his Â photographic Â tour Â of Â barns, Â carriage Â houses Â and Â garages Â of Â Bristol. Â Handicap-Âaccessible. Â Refreshments Â follow. Â Info: Â 453-Â3439 Â or Â 453-Â2888. Â
Gardeners Â on Â the Â green ANNE Â COLLINS Â AND Â Lonnie Â Fisher, Â both Â Middlebury Â Garden Â Club Â members, Â look Â over Â the Â inventory Â at Â last Â yearâ€™s Â garden Â club Â plant Â sale Â on Â the Â Middlebury Â town Â green. Â This Â yearâ€™s Â sale Â is Â on Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â from Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m.
Bake Â and Â rummage Â sales Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â5 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â corner Â of Â Seminary Â and Â North Â Pleasant Â streets. Â Bake Â sale Â upstairs, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m.; Â rummage Â sale Â downstairs Â all Â day. Â Adult Â and Â childrenâ€™s Â clothing, Â shoes, Â boots, Â books, Â house-Â KROG JRRGV DQG NQLFNNQDFNV 3URFHHGV EHQHÂżW missions Â locally Â and Â around Â the Â world. Â Continues Â May Â 17. Â Census Â recruitment Â event Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â4 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â The Â Census Â Bureau Â has Â openings Â for Â part-Âtime Â inter-Â viewers. Â Valid Â driverâ€™s Â license, Â reliable Â vehicle Â and Â telephone Â required. Â Info: Â new.york.recruit@ census.gov. Â Bike Â to Â Work Â Day Â celebration Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 5-Â5:30 Â p.m., Â meet Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â Municipal Â Gym, Â College Â Street Â side. Â Join Â other Â cyclists Â for Â a Â group Â ride Â through Â down-Â town, Â ending Â up Â at Â American Â Flatbread Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works. Â Bixby Â Library Â Gala Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 6-Â11 Â p.m., Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club. Â Annual Â fund-Â raiser. Â Cocktails Â 6 Â p.m., Â dinner Â 7 Â p.m., Â silent Â and Â live Â auctions, Â and Â live Â music Â by Â the Â Grift. Â Tickets Â available Â in Â Vergennes Â at Â the Â Bixby Â Library Â or Â Everywear, Â or Â online Â at Â www.bixbylibrary.org. Â Info: Â 877-Â2211. Â
Green Â Mountain Â Club Â spring Â work Â party Â in Â Hancock. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â TBD. Â Bread Â Loaf Â Section Â work Â party Â at Â Worth Â Mountain. Â Rain Â date Â May Â 18. Â Tools Â and Â hard Â hats Â provided. Â For Â info, Â contact Â Heather Â Bessette Â at Â 453-Â2004. Â Bike Â rodeo Â in Â Vergennes. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m., Â St. Â Peterâ€™s Â Church Â parking Â lot. Â For Â boys Â and Â girls. Â Registration Â 9 Â a.m. Â Admission Â free Â ZLWKSDUHQWDOSHUPLVVLRQVOLS*LIWFHUWLÂżFDWHVZLOO be Â given Â away Â to Â winner. Â Info: Â 881-Â8136. Â G.I. Â Joe Â 50th Â birthday Â celebration Â in Â Orwell. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Orwell Â Free Â Library. Â Come Â see Â local Â collector Â George Â Macedoâ€™s Â large Â collection Â of Â G.I. Â Joe Â memorabilia. Â Bring Â in Â your Â own Â to Â share. Â Info: Â 948-Â2041. Â Garden Â club Â plant Â sale Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â town Â green Â DFURVVIURPSRVWRIÂżFH7KH0LGGOHEXU\*DUGHQ Club Â offers Â Vermont-Âgrown Â plants, Â hanging Â baskets Â and Â seed Â starts. Â Ground Â covers, Â herbs, Â Ă€RZHUV DQG VKUXEV DYDLODEOH 3URFHHGV VXSSRUW the Â garden Â clubâ€™s Â community Â projects. Â Rummage Â sale Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 9 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â corner Â of Â Seminary Â and Â North Â Pleasant Â streets. Â Bag Â day: Â $2.50. Â Adult Â and Â childrenâ€™s Â clothing, Â shoes, Â boots, Â books, Â household Â goods, Â NQLFNNQDFNV 3URFHHGV EHQHÂżW PLVVLRQV ORFDOO\ and Â around Â the Â world. Â Woofstock Â 2014 Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m., Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club. Â Annual Â festival Â for Â the Â dogs, Â with Â a Â 3K Â fun Â run Â and Â 1.7-Âmile Â walk Â (dogs Â welcome), Â plus Â demos, Â vendors, Â kidsâ€™ Â activ-Â LWLHVVLOHQWDXFWLRQWREHQHÂżW+RPHZDUG%RXQG doggie Â play Â park, Â shelter Â dog Â parade, Â food Â and Â more. Â Info: Â 388-Â1100 Â or Â www.homewardbound-Â animals.org. Â Rain Â date Â May Â 18. Â 3D Â printing Â demonstration Â in Â Orwell. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Orwell Â Free Â Library. Â A Â live Â demonstration Â showing Â how Â the Â 3D Â print-Â ing Â process Â can Â make Â a Â three-Âdimensional Â solid Â object Â of Â virtually Â any Â shape Â from Â a Â digital Â model. Â Free. Â Info: Â 948-Â2041. Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center Â birthday Â celebration Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m., Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center, Â 150 Â Weybridge Â St. Â Come Â celebrate Â 30 Â years Â of Â early Â childhood Â education Â at Â OCCC. Â â€œDrumstrong Â Vermontâ€? Â drum-Âa-Âthon Â in Â Brandon. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 1-Â5 Â p.m., Â Hands-ÂOn Â Music, Â 27 Â Center Â St. Â A Â fundraiser Â for Â global Â cancer Â organizations. Â Continuous Â drumming Â for Â four Â hours. Â Three Â people Â must Â be Â drumming Â at Â all Â times. Â Use Â one Â of Â our Â percussion Â instruments Â or Â bring Â your Â own. Â For Â info Â and Â pledge Â forms, Â visit Â www.HandsOnMusicVT.com Â or Â text Â or Â phone Â 802-Â345-Â1714. Â â€œIs Â God Â Still Â Working Â in Â Vermontâ€? Â presenta-Â tion Â in Â Panton. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 1:30-Â7 Â p.m., Â Panton Â Community Â Baptist Â Church. Â Ben Â Presten, Â pastor Â of Â a Â church Â in Â Wilmington, Â will Â talk Â about Â the Â 325-Âpercent Â growth Â in Â attendees Â at Â his Â church Â in Â one Â year. Â Three Â sessions Â will Â be Â interspersed Â with Â snacks, Â fellowship Â and Â music. Â Southern-Âstyle Â supper Â for Â all. Â Childcare Â available. Â Info Â and Â regis-Â tration: Â 475-Â2656 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â Roasted Â pork Â dinner Â in Â Brandon. Â Saturday, Â May Â
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communitycalendar 17, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â St. Â Maryâ€™s Â Hall. Â Two Â sittings: Â 5 Â and Â 6 Â p.m. Â Adults Â $10, Â children Â under Â 10 Â $5. Â Carryout Â available. Talent Â show Â and Â silent Â auction Â in Â Vergennes. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â Opera Â House. Â The Â Vergennes Â Union Â Elementary Â School Â Community Â Group Â hosts Â this Â annual Â event. Â K-Â6 Â students Â will Â perform. Â Proceeds Â IURP WKH VKRZ DQG DXFWLRQ EHQHÂżW WKH 98(6 artist-Âin-Âresidence Â program. Â Tickets Â at Â the Â door. Â Info: Â 877-Â6737. Â King Â Pede Â party Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Ferrisburgh Â Community Â Center Â and Â Town Â Hall. Â Sandwich Â supper Â followed Â by Â an Â evening Â of Â fun Â and Â card Â games. Â Come Â planning Â to Â play Â King Â Pede Â or Â bring Â your Â own Â favorite Â card Â game. Â Requested Â donation: Â $2.50. Â Red Â Cedar Â School Â Rock-Âand-ÂRoll Â Ball Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 7-Â11 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Red Â Cedar Â School Â celebrates Â its Â 25th Â anniversary Â with Â a Â ball Â featuring Â live Â music Â by Â the Â Grift, Â plus Â appetizers Â and Â desserts, Â cash Â bar, Â and Â a Â fabulous Â silent Â auction. Â Adults Â only. Â 3URFHHGVEHQHÂżWWKHVFKRROÂśVVFKRODUVKLSIXQG Info: Â www.redcedarschool.org. Â Silent Â movie Â screening Â in Â Brandon. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Town Â Hall Â and Â Community Â Center, Â Route Â 7. Â â€œThe Â Winning Â of Â Barbara Â Worthâ€? Â (1926), Â with Â live Â musical Â accompaniment Â by Â Jeff Â Rapsis. Â Part Â of Â the Â %UDQGRQ7RZQ+DOOÂśVVXPPHUVLOHQWÂżOPVHULHV Free, Â but Â donations Â to Â the Â town Â hall Â restoration Â fund Â appreciated. Â Info: Â www.brandontownhall. org. Â Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â and Â the Â Connor Â Sisters Â in Â Brandon. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Music. Â The Â popular Â Addison Â County Â bluegrass Â group Â is Â joined Â by Â the Â unique Â blend Â of Â â€œsister Â harmoniesâ€? Â with Â the Â three Â Connor Â Sisters. Â Tickets Â $15, Â available Â at Â 802-Â865-Â4071 Â or Â info@brandon-Âmusic.net. Â
Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â 4-Â5 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Public Â Library. Â Helene Â Lang, Â using Â books, Â props Â and Â bibliography, Â presents Â Potterâ€™s Â life, Â highlighting Â her Â artistic Â talent, Â her Â writing Â abil-Â ity Â and Â her Â years Â as Â a Â countrywoman Â raising Â Herdwick Â sheep. Â Info: Â 388-Â4095. Â Ride Â of Â Silence Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â 5:45-Â6 Â p.m., Â meet Â at Â Triangle Â Park. Â A Â silent Â bike Â ride Â to Â commemorate Â those Â hurt Â or Â killed Â in Â road Â bike Â accidents. Â Community Â Resource Â Meeting Â in Â Vergennes. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â 6:30-Â9 Â p.m., Â Bixby Â Memorial Â Library. Â The Â third Â meeting Â in Â the Â Vergennes Â Community Â Visit Â process Â of Â bringing Â the Â community Â together Â to Â set Â common Â goals. Â This Â meeting Â is Â a Â follow-Âup Â to Â the Â April Â 16 Â meet-Â ing, Â where Â community Â members Â voted Â on Â priori-Â ties Â for Â the Â city. Â Residents Â are Â invited Â to Â come Â be Â part Â of Â task Â forces Â to Â create Â action Â steps Â for Â improving Â Vergennes. Â RSVP Â optional Â at Â info@ vtrural.org. Â
Tai Â Chi Â for Â Arthritis Â class Â in Â Starksboro. Â Thursday, Â May Â 22, Â 9:30-Â10:30 Â a.m., Â Jerusalem Â 6FKRROKRXVH 7KH ÂżUVW LQ D VHULHV RI IUHH beginning Â tai Â chi Â classes Â meeting Â Thursdays. Â Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â for Â people Â age Â 50 Â or Â older Â can Â help Â improve Â EDODQFH Ă€H[LELOLW\ DQG PXVFOH VWUHQJWK Register Â at Â 453-Â3964 Â or Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 1046. Â Storymatters Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â May Â 22, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â The Â local Â storytelling Â group Â gathers Â to Â share Â stories Â on Â the Â theme Â â€œThis Â story Â is Â ready Â to Â be Â told!â€? Â Tellers Â and Â listeners Â welcome. Â Info: Â email@example.com. Â
Green Â Mountain Â Club Â hike Â in Â Lincoln. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â Sunset Â Ledge. Â A Â Bread Â Loaf Â Section Â outing. Â Nice, Â short, Â family-Âfriendly Â hike Â to Â Sunset Â Ledge, Â with Â great Â views Â of Â Lake Â Champlain Â and Â the Â Adirondacks. Â Meet Â at Â trailhead Â at Â the Â top Â of Â Lincoln Â Gap. Â Easy/moderate Â 2.2 Â miles Â out Â and Â back; Â 400-Âfoot Â elevation Â gain. Â Bring Â binoculars, Â water Â and Â a Â snack. Â For Â meeting Â time, Â contact Â 5XWK 3HQÂżHOG RU UXWKSHQÂżHOG# gmail.com. Â Green Â Mountain Â Bicycle Â Club Â â€œVergennes Â Voyagerâ€? Â ride Â in Â Addison Â County. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â 9:45 Â a.m.-Â12:45 Â p.m., Â meet Â at Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School, Â east Â parking Â lot. Â Take Â an Â easy Â 26-Âmile Â rolling Â or Â 39-Âmile Â easy/ PRGHUDWH Ă€DWWRUROOLQJ UXUDO ULGH DORQJ 2WWHU Creek Â to Â Middlebury Â for Â a Â bakery Â stop. Â Longer Â ULGHUROOVRXWE\.LQJVODQG%D\6WDWH3DUNÂżUVW Riders Â younger Â than Â 18 Â must Â be Â accompanied Â by Â parent. Â Contact Â leader Â John Â Bertelsen Â at Â 802-Â864-Â0101 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â for Â infor-Â mation Â and Â a Â weather Â check. Â Champlain Â Valley Â Fiddlersâ€™ Â Club Â gathering Â in Â Middlebury. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â noon-Â5:30 Â SP9):/RRNLQJIRUÂżGGOHUV\RXQJDQGROG Refreshments Â available. Â Meets Â on Â the Â third Â Sunday Â of Â the Â month, Â except Â in Â April Â due Â to Â Easter. Â Info: Â 342-Â0079. Â Chicken Â and Â biscuit Â dinner Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â noon-Â2 Â p.m., Â New Â Haven Â Congregational Â Church. Â Two Â sittings: Â noon Â and Â 1 Â p.m. Â $9 Â adults, Â $4.50 Â children Â age Â 6-Â12, Â under Â 6 Â free. Â Walk-Âins Â welcome Â but Â reserva-Â tions Â appreciated. Â Reservations: Â 453-Â2342. Â Takeout Â available. Â â€œSongs Â of Â Freedomâ€? Â celebration Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â 3-Â5 Â p.m., Â Rokeby Â Museum. Â Noted Â tenor Â FranĂ§ois Â Clemmons Â will Â sing Â â€œSongs Â of Â Freedomâ€? Â to Â celebrate Â the Â 180th Â anniversary Â of Â the Â founding Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Anti-ÂSlavery Â Society, Â as Â well Â as Â the Â 2014 Â opening Â of Â the Â Rokeby Â Museum. Â Info: Â email@example.com. Â Sheesham Â and Â Lotus Â and Â Son Â in Â a Â home Â concert Â in Â Bristol. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â 4-Â6 Â p.m., Â 1477 Â Burpee Â Road. Â A Â talented Â and Â entertaining Â group Â playing Â old-Âtimey, Â ragtime, Â high-Âstepping Â
History Â at Â Howden Â Hall LINDA Â RADTKE, Â DRESSED Â in Â period Â costume Â and Â accompanied Â by Â pianist Â Ar-Â thur Â Zorn, Â presents Â â€œVermont Â History Â Through Â Songâ€? Â at Â Bristolâ€™s Â Howden Â Hall Â on Â Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â at Â 10:30 Â a.m. PXVLFRQEDQMRÂżGGOHKDUPRQLFDERG\SHUFXV-Â sion, Â bones Â and Â sousaphone. Â Admission Â $15. Â Reservations Â at Â 453-Â4613. Â â€œMeet Â the Â Singersâ€? Â opera Â event Â in Â Middlebury. Â Sunday, Â May Â 18, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Champlain Â Valley Â Unitarian Â Universalist Â Society. Â The Â Opera Â Company Â of Â Middlebury Â hosts Â a Â reception Â with Â the Â cast Â of Â the Â upcoming Â production Â of Â Rossiniâ€™s Â comedy Â â€œThe Â Italian Â Girl Â in Â Algiers.â€? Â Hors Â dâ€™oeuvres Â and Â performances Â of Â the Â sing-Â ersâ€™ Â favorite Â arias. Â Cash Â bar. Â Tickets Â $25, Â avail-Â DEOHDWWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFHRUZZZ townhalltheater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. Â Monday, Â May Â 19, Â 10:45 Â a.m.-Â12:45 Â p.m., Â Cubbers Â Restaurant. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â monthly Â event Â for Â down-Âhome Â cooking Â and Â friendly Â service. Â Menu Â TBA. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Â
Senior Â luncheon, Â presentation Â and Â foot Â care Â clinic Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 20, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Russ Â Sholes Â Senior Â Center. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â a Â foot Â care Â clinic Â at Â 10 Â a.m. Â The Â Community Â
of Â Vermont Â Elders Â will Â put Â on Â an Â educational Â skit Â about Â fraud Â titled Â â€œSavvy Â Seniorsâ€? Â at Â 11 Â a.m. Â On Â the Â menu Â is Â cream Â of Â broccoli Â soup, Â pan-Âseared Â chicken Â tarragon, Â vegetable Â rice Â pilaf, Â green Â salad Â and Â cheesecake Â with Â straw-Â berries. Â Please Â bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 634. Â Free Â transportation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Computer Â class Â in Â Lincoln. Â Tuesday, Â May Â 20, Â 10:30-Â11:30 Â a.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â Paul Â Forlenza Â has Â volunteered Â to Â teach Â a Â series Â of Â classes Â on Â 0LFURVRIW([FHO,QWKLVÂżUVWFODVV)RUOHQ]DZLOO survey Â studentsâ€™ Â needs Â and Â determine Â what Â to Â teach. Â All Â levels Â welcome. Â Call Â 453-Â2665 Â to Â sign Â up. Â Â
â€œKeys Â to Â Creditâ€? Â class Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â State Â Building, Â 156 Â South Â Village Â Green. Â Learn Â how Â the Â credit Â system Â works Â and Â how Â to Â make Â it Â work Â better Â for Â you. Â Register Â at Â 802-Â860-Â1417, Â ext. Â 113, Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â Caregiver Â support Â group Â in Â Lincoln. Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â 1-Â2 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â A Â group Â open Â to Â all Â caregivers, Â even Â at Â a Â distance. Â The Â group Â is Â about Â caring Â for Â yourself Â during Â this Â process. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â â€œBeatrix Â Potter Â Revisitedâ€? Â presentation Â in Â
Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 23, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Rosieâ€™s Â Restaurant. Â CVAA Â and Â Rosieâ€™s Â partner Â to Â offer Â a Â home-Âcooked Â meal Â of Â chicken Â and Â vegetable Â quiche, Â coleslaw Â and Â fruit Â crisp. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Â Table Â of Â Grace Â free Â meal Â in Â Vergennes. Â Friday, Â May Â 23, Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â Congregational Â Church. Â Monthly Â dinner Â sponsored Â by Â the Â North Â Ferrisburgh Â United Â Methodist, Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Episcopal, Â Vergennes Â Congregational Â and Â St. Â Peterâ€™s Â churches. Â Free, Â but Â donations Â accepted. Â This Â monthâ€™s Â menu: Â meatloaf, Â potatoes, Â gravy, Â corn, Â dessert. Â Senior Â Week Â choral Â concert Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Friday, Â May Â 23, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â The Â Middlebury Â College Â Choir Â celebrates Â its Â graduates Â with Â a Â concert Â of Â studentsâ€™ Â favorite Â repertoire Â from Â the Â past Â four Â years. Â Free. Â Info: Â 443-Â3168 Â or Â www.middlebury. edu/arts. Â
LIVEMUSIC Andric Â Severance Â Quartet Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â May Â 15, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Atlantic Â Crossing Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Peak Â Vineyard. Â Starline Â Rhythm Â Boys Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 6-Â9 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â The Â Milk Â Chocolate Â Project Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 9-Â11 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â The Â Wheelers Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 16, Â 10 Â p.m.-Â1 Â a.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â The Â DuPont Â Brothers Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 6-Â9 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern. Â Chamomile Â and Â Whiskey Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â May Â 23, Â 9-Â11 Â p.m., Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern.
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Bluegrass group to join sister singers on stage Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â uses Â ovin Â (mandolin Â and Â resophonic Â gui-Â both Â a Â traditional Â and Â more Â modern Â tar), Â Randy Â Kirby Â (bass) Â and Â Chris Â approach Â to Â their Â bluegrass Â style, Â 3ULFNLWWÂżGGOH Snake Â Mountain Â will Â be Â joined Â by Â from Â hard Â driving Â â€œbreakdownsâ€? Â to Â the Â unique Â blend Â of Â â€œsister Â harmo-Â softer, Â folk-Âtype Â arrange-Â niesâ€? Â with Â three Â young Â ments. Â Brandon Â Music Â women Â from Â Addison Â presents Â them Â along Â with Â County, Â known Â as Â The Â the Â talented Â Connor Â Sis-Â Connor Â Sisters. Â Middle-Â ters Â on Â Saturday Â at Â 7:30 Â bury Â Town Â Hall Â The-Â p.m. ater Â Executive Â Director Â Gregg Â Humphrey Â and Â Douglas Â Anderson Â says Â Mike Â Connor Â formed Â Snake Â Mountain Â Blue-Â BY GREG PAHL when Â Katie Â (guitar), Â 0RQLFD ÂżGGOH DQG grass Â about Â 25 Â years Â ago. Â Meaghan Â (mandolin Â and Â At Â the Â time, Â both Â Hum-Â phrey Â (guitar Â and Â vocals) Â and Â Con-Â lead Â vocals) Â â€œjoin Â forces Â with Â Snake Â nor Â (banjo Â and Â vocals) Â were Â living Â Mountain, Â itâ€™s Â a Â big Â joyful Â sound.â€? Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â has Â near Â Snake Â Mountain Â and Â someone Â asked Â them Â what Â style Â of Â bluegrass Â recently Â released Â two Â CDs: Â â€œâ€™Bout Â they Â played. Â â€œSnake Â Mountain Â blue-Â Time,â€? Â which Â features Â their Â unique Â grassâ€? Â was Â their Â immediate Â response Â blend Â of Â bluegrass Â music Â and Â tight Â and Â the Â name Â has Â been Â theirs Â ever Â harmony Â singing, Â and Â â€œUnder Â the Â since. Â Beside Â them Â stand Â Earle Â Pr-Â Radar,â€? Â which Â includes Â seven Â origi-Â nal Â songs. Tickets Â are Â $15 Â with Â a Â pre-Âconcert Â dinner Â available Â for Â $20. Â Reserva-Â tions Â are Â required Â for Â dinner. Â Venue Â is Â BYOB. Â Call Â 465-Â4071 Â or Â e-Âmail Â info@brandon-Âmusic.net Â for Â reser-Â vations Â or Â more Â information. Â Bran-Â don Â Music Â is Â located Â at Â 62 Â Country Â Club Â Road Â in Â Brandon. Â For Â more Â information Â visit Â brandon-Âmusic.net. â€˜MEET Â THE Â SINGERSâ€™ The Â Opera Â Company Â of Â Middle-Â bury Â heads Â into Â its Â 11th Â season Â with Â the Â riotous Â Rossini Â comedy Â â€œThe Â Italian Â Girl Â in Â Algiersâ€? Â (â€œLâ€™Italiana Â in Â Algeriâ€?). Â The Â professional Â singers Â in Â this Â yearâ€™s Â company Â come Â from Â all Â parts Â of Â the Â country, Â many Â of Â them Â making Â their Â debut Â with Â OCM. It Â is Â now Â a Â tradition Â for Â the Â OCM Â singers Â to Â present Â a Â concert Â just Â a Â few Â days Â after Â they Â arrive Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Â Appropriately Â titled Â â€œMeet Â the Â Singers,â€? Â itâ€™s Â a Â chance Â for Â audiences Â WRJHWDÂżUVWORRNDWWKHÂżUVWUDWHWDO-Â â€˜MEET Â THE Â SINGERSâ€™
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SNAKE Â MOUNTAIN Â BLUEGRASS Â & Â THE Â CONNOR Â SISTERS ent Â in Â this Â yearâ€™s Â cast. Â This Â yearâ€™s Â â€œMeet Â the Â Singersâ€? Â is Â set Â for Â 5 Â p.m. Â on Â Sunday Â at Â the Â Unitarian Â Univer-Â salist Â Society Â in Â Middlebury. The Â singers Â perform Â their Â favorite Â arias, Â and Â after Â the Â recital Â thereâ€™s Â a Â reception Â in Â which Â singers Â and Â audi-Â ence Â meet Â over Â food Â and Â drink. â€œOur Â singers Â love Â this Â part Â of Â our Â program,â€? Â says Â OCM Â artistic Â direc-Â tor Â Douglas Â Anderson. Â â€œTheyâ€™ve Â only Â been Â in Â town Â a Â few Â days Â and Â suddenly Â theyâ€™re Â embraced Â by Â the Â community, Â and Â made Â to Â feel Â wel-Â comed Â and Â admired. Â Itâ€™s Â just Â a Â joy-Â ous Â time. Â And Â the Â recital Â is Â always Â amazing.â€? Among Â the Â singers Â joining Â the Â company Â this Â year Â are Â mezzo Â Cher-Â ry Â Duke, Â whose Â credits Â include Â the Â New Â York Â City Â Opera Â and Â Glimmer-Â glass Â Opera;Íž Â tenor Â Thomas Â Glenn, Â veteran Â of Â the Â Lyric Â Opera Â of Â Chica-Â go, Â English Â National Â Opera Â and Â the Â Metropolitan Â Opera;Íž Â and Â soprano Â Sarah Â Cullins Â of Â Burlington, Â who Â re-Â
cently Â returned Â to Â Vermont Â after Â run-Â ning Â an Â opera Â program Â in Â Colombia Â for Â several Â years. Â Tickets Â are Â $25 Â and Â may Â be Â pur-Â chased Â at Â townhalltheater.org, Â 382-Â DWWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFH0RQ-Â day-ÂSaturday, Â noon Â to Â 5 Â p.m.) Â and Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. Â The Â Unitarian Â Universalist Â Society Â is Â located Â at Â 2 Â Duane Â Court Â in Â Middlebury. ATLANTIC Â CROSSING Atlantic Â Crossing Â will Â open Â this Â seasonâ€™s Â music Â series Â at Â Lincoln Â Peak Â Vineyard Â on Â Friday, Â at Â 6 Â p.m. :KHWKHUURFNLQJWKHGDQFHĂ€RRUDW a Â contra Â dance Â or Â playing Â for Â a Â rapt Â concert Â audience, Â Atlantic Â Cross-Â ing Â has Â been, Â for Â over Â a Â decade Â and Â a Â half, Â a Â favorite Â in Â Vermont. Â Their Â music Â â€” Â the Â traditional Â music Â of Â New Â England Â â€” Â is Â deeply Â rooted Â in Â the Â Celtic Â British Â Isles Â and Â in Â French Â and Â Maritime Â Canada, Â and Â their Â ar-Â rangements Â reveal Â a Â profound Â love Â of Â these Â traditions, Â together Â with Â cre-Â ative Â and Â emotional Â expression Â and Â
cordially invites all Otter Creek alumni, present families, former and present staff, and friends from the community to join us!
Saturday May 17th 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Otter Creek Child Center 150 Weybridge Street Middlebury
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Join Â us Â for Â a Â picnic Â lunch! Â OCCC Â will Â provide Â hamburgers, Â hot Â dogs, Â and Â drinks. Â If Â you Â are Â able, Â please Â bring Â a Â side Â dish Â or Â salad Â to Â share. Contact Â OCCC Â at Â 802-Â388-Â9688 Â with Â any Â questions
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a Â healthy Â dose Â of Â fun. Band Â members Â include Â Viveka Â )R[RQÂżGGOHERGKUDQDQGGMHPEH Tristan Â Henderson Â on Â mandolins, Â tenor Â banjo, Â feet, Â and Â vocals;Íž Â Rick Â Klein Â on Â guitar Â and Â vocals;Íž Â and Â Pe-Â WHU0DFIDUODQHRQÂżGGOHORZZKLVWOH and Â vocals. As Â with Â all Â Lincoln Â Peakâ€™s Â shows, Â the Â â€œdoorsâ€? Â open Â at Â 5:30 Â for Â picnick-Â ing. Â Local Â cheeses Â are Â available Â for Â sale, Â as Â is Â wine Â by Â the Â glass. Â Admis-Â sion Â is Â free. Â Bring Â lawn Â chairs Â or Â a Â picnic Â blanket. Â The Â Wine Â Down Â Fri-Â day Â series Â happens Â rain Â or Â shine Â â€” Â thereâ€™s Â room Â on Â the Â winery Â porch Â in Â the Â case Â of Â rain. Â No Â alcohol Â may Â be Â brought Â onto Â the Â grounds, Â and Â please Â leave Â your Â pets Â at Â home. Â Lincoln Â Peak Â Vineyard Â is Â at Â 142 Â River Â Road Â in Â New Â Haven. Â More Â information Â is Â at Â lincolnpeakvineyard.com Â or Â 388-Â 7368. TWO Â BROTHERS Â TAVERN There Â will Â be Â four Â live Â musi-Â (See Â Arts Â Beat, Â Page Â 11)
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 11
Cosmic Forecast For the week of May 12
THE Â DUPONT Â BROTHERS
Arts Â Beat (Continued Â from Â Page Â 10) cal Â performances Â this Â week Â at Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern Â located Â at Â 86 Â Main Â St. Â in Â Middlebury. Â On Â Wednesday, Â the Â Open Â Mike Â Night Â begins Â at Â 9 Â p.m. Â Hosted Â by Â Kai Â Stanley, Â the Â Open Â Mike Â Night Â follows Â Trivia Â one Â Wednesday Â per Â month. Â The Â stage Â is Â open Â to Â musicians Â and Â performers Â of Â DOONLQGVRQDÂżUVWFRPHÂżUVWVHUYHG basis, Â and Â itâ€™s Â free Â to Â enter. Â There Â is Â no Â cover Â charge. On Â Friday, Â the Â Starline Â Rhythm Â Boys Â will Â perform Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â Al, Â Billy Â and Â Danny Â are Â back Â to Â bring Â a Â modern Â take Â on Â classic Â rockabilly Â and Â honky Â tonk Â music. Â They Â are Â one Â of Â the Â most Â exciting Â live Â bands Â you Â can Â see Â and Â you Â will Â be Â tempted Â to Â dance Â the Â night Â away. Â Reservations Â
and Â walk-Âins Â welcome Â for Â this Â spe-Â cial Â early Â show Â in Â the Â Lounge. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Â Then, Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â Two Â Brothers Â presents Â the Â Wheelers, Â a Â dance-Âcentric Â cover Â band Â hitting Â you Â with Â your Â favorite Â tunes Â of Â the Â last Â 30 Â years. Â Expect Â genres Â from Â pop Â to Â reggae Â to Â rock Â â€” Â and Â everything Â in Â between. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Finally, Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â The Â DuPont Â Brothers Â take Â to Â the Â VWDJH/XVKÂżQJHUVW\OHJXLWDUZRUN is Â complimented Â by Â elegant Â prose Â and Â a Â vocal Â blend Â that Â could Â only Â be Â matched Â by Â blood Â relation. Â Reserva-Â tions Â and Â walk-Âins Â welcome Â for Â this Â special Â early Â show Â in Â the Â Lounge. Â There Â is Â no Â cover. Â For Â more Â informa-Â (See Â Beat, Â Page Â 13)
TAURUS: Â APRIL Â 21-ÂMAY Â 21 Â Steer Â clear Â of Â add-Â tion. Â Expect Â a Â few Â raised Â eyebrows, Â but Â most Â people Â ed Â responsibilities Â this Â week, Â as Â you Â already Â have Â will Â be Â receptive. Â enough Â on Â your Â plate. Â Some Â alone Â time Â might Â be Â CAPRICORN: Â DECEMBER Â 22-ÂJANUARY Â 20 Â worth Â its Â weight Â in Â gold. You Â are Â ready Â for Â a Â well-Â GEMINI: Â MAY Â 22-Â deserved Â vacation Â or Â re-Â JUNE Â 21 Â Youâ€™re Â not Â treat. Â But Â you Â cannot Â run Â easily Â overwhelmed Â by Â away Â from Â your Â respon-Â intense Â people Â or Â things. Â sibilities Â this Â week. Â Just Â Use Â this Â resilience Â to Â sail Â hold Â out Â a Â little Â longer. through Â a Â particularly Â AQUARIUS: Â JANU-Â challenging Â task Â that Â gets Â ARY Â 21-ÂFEBRUARY Â sent Â your Â way Â this Â week. <RXU ÂżQDQFHV VHHP CANCER: Â JUNE Â 22-Â to Â be Â a Â constant Â source Â JULY Â 22 Â There Â is Â no Â need Â of Â aggravation. Â This Â 388-2800 WR ÂżJXUH RXW DOO RI WKH week Â you Â are Â ready Â to Â answers Â in Â the Â next Â few Â take Â care Â of Â business Â and Â Your Bridal Specialist! days. Â If Â something Â is Â on Â hammer Â out Â a Â foolproof Â Mon. Â -Â Â Fri. Â 9 Â -Â Â 5:30, Â Sat. Â 9-Â2 your Â mind, Â then Â take Â your Â budget. ZZZPLGGOHEXU\Ă€RUDODQGJLIWVFRP time Â to Â weigh Â all Â of Â your Â PISCES: Â FEBRUARY Â 5W6RXWK0LGGOHEXU\ options. 19-ÂMARCH Â 20 Â Your Â en-Â LEO: Â JULY Â 23-ÂAU-Â ergy Â level Â will Â be Â quite Â GUST Â 23 Â It Â could Â be Â chal-Â high, Â making Â it Â vital Â for Â lenging Â to Â be Â playful Â and Â you Â to Â do Â something Â lighthearted Â this Â week. Â productive Â before Â your Â Take Â every Â situation Â se-Â stamina Â slows Â down. Â riously Â and Â give Â ample Â ARIES: Â MARCH Â thought Â to Â each Â and Â every Â 21-ÂAPRIL Â 20 Â No Â matter Â decision Â you Â must Â make. how Â challenging Â it Â may Â VIRGO: Â AUGUST Â be, Â slow Â down Â and Â give Â 24-ÂSEPTEMBER Â 22 Â \RXUVHOI WLPH WR UHĂ€HFW Make Â the Â best Â of Â a Â deli-Â Youâ€™re Â always Â on Â the Â cate Â situation Â at Â work. Â go, Â but Â itâ€™s Â important Â to Â Although Â you Â may Â not Â be Â slow Â down Â every Â now Â ready Â for Â more Â responsi-Â and Â then. bility, Â your Â reaction Â will Â be Â noticed Â by Â your Â bosses. FAMOUS LIBRA: Â SEPTEMBER Â BIRTHDAYS 23-ÂOCTOBER Â 23 Â Hold Â MAY Â 11 tight Â to Â your Â beliefs Â this Â Brad Â Marchand, week Â and Â donâ€™t Â let Â any-Â Â Â Athlete Â (26) one Â sway Â your Â opinion. Â MAY Â 12 You Â will Â serve Â as Â an Â ex-Â Emilio Â Estevez, ample Â to Â others Â who Â bend Â Â Â Actor Â (52) May 12 â€“ May 17 whichever Â way Â the Â wind Â MAY Â 13 blows. Stevie Â Wonder, SCORPIO: Â OCTOBER Â Â Â Singer Â (64) 24-ÂNOVEMBER Â 22 Â You Â MAY Â 14 may Â not Â have Â all Â of Â the Â Mark Â Zuckerberg, solutions, Â but Â rest Â assured Â Â Â Entrepreneur Â (30) that Â you Â have Â been Â mov-Â MAY Â 15 ing Â in Â the Â right Â direction. Â Jamie-ÂLynn Â Sigler, Â 383 Â Exchange Â Street An Â interesting Â conversa-Â Â Â Actress Â (33) Middlebury tion Â illuminates Â the Â situ-Â MAY Â 16 ation. Janet Â Jackson, www.cacklinhens.com SAGITTARIUS: Â NO-Â Â Â Singer Â (48) VEMBER Â 23-ÂDECEM-Â MAY Â 17 BER Â 21 Â You Â have Â gained Â a Â new Â sense Â of Â purpose, Â Derek Â Hough, Â Dancer Â (29) and Â youâ€™re Â ready Â to Â put Â some Â of Â your Â plan Â into Â ac-Â
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help keep the mind independent and active throughout life.
This week’s puzzle is rated
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Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 13
Child Â center Â celebrates Â 30 Â years
SHEESHAM Â & Â LOTUS Â & Â SON
Beat (Continued Â from Â Page Â 11) tion, Â call Â 388-Â0002. Â LIVE Â MUSIC Â AT Â 51 Â MAIN There Â will Â be Â two Â live Â musical Â events Â this Â week Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â 51 Â Main. Â At Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Thursday, Â the Â Andric Â Severance Â Quartet Â takes Â to Â the Â stage Â to Â perform Â a Â sizzling Â stew Â of Â Latin, Â Afro-ÂCuban Â and Â Brazilian Â jazz. Then, Â at Â 9 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â the Â Milk Â Chocolate Â Project Â will Â perform. Â The Â Milk Â Chocolate Â Project Â is Â a Â soul Â and Â R&B Â cover Â band Â with Â smooth Â vo-Â cals Â and Â an Â infectious Â groove. Â Come Â hear Â some Â blues Â and Â your Â favorite Â Motown Â hits. All Â ages, Â no Â cover. Â For Â additional Â
information Â visit Â www.go51main. com Â or Â phone Â 388-Â8209. SHEESHAM Â & Â LOTUS Â & Â SON There Â will Â be Â a Â house Â concert Â with Â Sheesham Â and Â Lotus Â and Â Son Â at Â 4 Â p.m. Â on Â Sunday Â at Â the Â home Â of Â Carol Â and Â Santo Â located Â at Â 1477 Â Burpee Â Road Â in Â Bristol. Â This Â popu-Â lar Â band Â from Â Canada Â is Â without Â a Â doubt Â one Â of Â the Â most Â talented Â and Â entertaining Â groups Â to Â be Â found Â DQ\ZKHUH 3OD\LQJ EDQMR ÂżGGOH harmonica, Â body Â percussion, Â bones Â and Â sousaphone, Â their Â brand Â of Â old-Â timey, Â ragtime, Â high-Âstepping Â mu-Â sic Â is Â a Â joy Â to Â behold. Â $15 Â admis-Â sion. Â For Â reservations, Â call Â Rick Â at Â 453-Â4613.
MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â summer Â of Â 2014 Â marks Â the Â 30th Â anniver-Â There will be live sary Â of Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center Â music, face painting, a (OCCC) Â in Â Middlebury. Â The Â cen-Â ter Â will Â hold Â a Â celebration Â to Â mark Â bounce house, balloon the Â occasion Â on Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â art, a slide show, arts from Â 10 Â a.m. Â to Â 2 Â p.m. Â There Â will Â be Â and crafts and a group live Â music, Â face Â painting, Â a Â bounce Â photo at 1 p.m. house, Â balloon Â art, Â a Â slide Â show, Â arts Â and Â crafts Â and Â a Â group Â photo Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â Otter Â Creek Â will Â provide Â hot Â by Â expanding Â its Â curriculum Â and Â es-Â dogs, Â hamburgers Â and Â drinks Â for Â a Â tablishing Â the Â Eagle Â classroom Â for Â picnic Â lunch Â and Â is Â asking Â attendees Â FKLOGUHQDJHGIRXUDQGÂżYH to Â bring Â a Â side Â dish Â or Â salad Â to Â share. In Â response Â to Â the Â lack Â of Â avail-Â able Â child Â care Â for Â infants, Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center Â was Â founded Â in Â 1984 Â as Â an Â educational Â program Â offering Â high-Âquality Â care Â to Â greater Â Middlebury Â families Â for Â children Â aged Â 6 Â weeks Â to Â 3-Â1/2 Â years. Â From Â the Â outset, Â OCCC Â established Â itself Â as Â an Â innovative Â program Â not Â only Â by Â virtue Â of Â providing Â infant Â care, Â but Â by Â the Â design Â and Â execution Â of Â its Â curriculum. Utilizing Â an Â emergent, Â rather Â than Â academic, Â approach, Â the Â Otter Â Creek Â curriculum Â provides Â children Â with Â experiences Â that Â allow Â them Â to Â learn Â in Â ways Â meaningful Â to Â their Â ability Â and Â interests, Â rather Â than Â fo-Â cusing Â on Â isolated Â skill Â acquisition. Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center Â initially Â ÂżOOHGDJODULQJFRPPXQLW\QHHGE\ providing Â quality Â infant Â and Â toddler Â care. Â As Â the Â program Â matured Â and Â grew, Â and Â as Â families Â increasingly Â voiced Â a Â desire Â for Â their Â children Â to Â remain Â at Â Otter Â Creek Â until Â kinder-Â garten, Â the Â center Â responded Â in Â 1989 Â
Over Â the Â last Â 30 Â years Â Otter Â Creek Â has Â served Â approximately Â 550 Â fami-Â lies Â from Â 42 Â towns Â in Â and Â around Â Addison Â County. Â Over Â the Â years Â Ot-Â ter Â Creekâ€™s Â enrollment Â has Â ranged Â from Â 40 Â to Â 60 Â children, Â with Â the Â cur-Â rent Â school Â year Â serving Â 52 Â children Â from Â 14 Â different Â Vermont Â towns Â and Â cities. Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center Â is Â at Â 150 Â Weybridge Â St. Â Call Â the Â center Â at Â 802-Â388-Â9688 Â with Â any Â ques-Â tions.
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ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â Groups Â of Â students Â from Â Mount Â Abraham Â and Â Vergennes Â union Â high Â schools Â took Â part Â in Â a Â recent Â â€œSticker Â Shockâ€? Â day Â around Â the Â county. The Â purpose Â of Â Sticker Â Shock Â is Â to Â reinforce Â public Â awareness Â about Â the Â minimum Â drinking Â age Â law Â by Â plac-Â ing Â stickers Â on Â packs Â of Â beer Â larger Â than Â a Â six-Âpack. Â The Â goal Â of Â this Â proj-Â ect Â is Â to Â discourage Â adults Â and Â older Â peers Â (those Â who Â are Â 21 Â or Â over) Â from Â providing Â alcohol Â to Â minors. The Â campaign Â consisted Â of Â teams Â of Â young Â people, Â accompanied Â by Â an Â adult Â chaperone, Â placing Â stickers Â on Â packs Â of Â alcoholic Â beverages Â at Â par-Â ticipating Â stores. Â The Â stickers Â read: Â â€œProviding Â Alcohol Â To Â Minors Â is Â IL-Â LEGAL. Â Fines Â are Â up Â to Â $10,000 Â and/ RUXSWRÂżYH\HDUVLQMDLO6XSSRUWHG by: Â Project Â Sticker Â Shock Â Addison Â County Â START, Â Addison Â County Â Prevention Â Partnership, Â Boys Â & Â Girls Â Club Â of Â Greater Â Vergennes, Â VUHS, Â MAUHS, Â and Â Vergennes Â Police Â De-Â partment.â€? The Â Vergennes Â High Â School Â Assets Â group Â visited Â Vergennes-Âarea Â stores Â on Â April Â 18: Â Shawâ€™s Â in Â Vergennes, Â
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Kinney Â Drugs, Â Champlain Â Farms, Â Vergennes Â Redemption Â Store, Â Ver-Â mont Â Energy, Â Ferrisburgh Â Mobil, Â Small Â City Â Market, Â Addison Â Four Â Corner Â Store Â and Â West Â Addison Â General Â Store. Â Students Â participat-Â ing Â were Â Rachel Â Clark, Â Mary Â Flood, Â Felicia Â Cornet Â and Â Emily Â Delgadillo. Â The Â Mount Â Abraham Â High Â School Â
Vermont Â Teen Â Leadership Â Safety Â Pro-Â gram Â (VTLSP) Â visited Â Bristol-Âarea Â stores Â on Â April Â 16: Â Shawâ€™s Â in Â Bristol, Â Bristol Â Beverage, Â Champlain Â Farms, Â 0DSOHÂżHOGÂśVLQ%ULVWRODQG-LII\0DUW and Â the Â Village Â Store Â in Â New Â Haven. Â Students Â participating Â were Â Makayla Â 2XHOOHWWH -RUGDQ &RWD 0HUFHGH] Shackett, Â and Â Marie Â Arena.
1HZ+DYHQÂżOOVWRZQSRVLWLRQV sentative Â to Â the Â Addison Â County Â By Â ZACH Â DESPART Solid Â Waste Â District;Íž Â Richard Â NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â The Â Higbee, Â inspector Â of Â lum-Â New Â Haven Â selectboard Â at Â ber, Â shingles Â and Â its Â April Â 1 Â meeting Â ap-Â wood Â and Â weigh-Â pointed Â a Â slew Â of Â residents Â er Â of Â coal;Íž Â Mi-Â to Â town Â positions. chaela Â Granstrom Â The Â selectboard Â unani-Â as Â library Â trustee;Íž Â mously Â made Â the Â following Â appointments: Â Rick Â Shappy, Â town Â and Â Dave Â Wetmore, Â 911 Â coordinator. The Â board Â also Â approved Â liquor Â energy Â coordinator;Íž Â Earl Â Bessette, Â -RKQ 0F.LQOH\ DQG 3DXO $XG\ DV licenses Â for Â Tourterelle Â Restaurant Â fence Â viewers;Íž Â Phyllis Â Smith, Â repre-Â and Â Inn Â and Â for Â Green Â Pasture Â Meats Â
â€” Â both Â Route Â 7 Â businesses. Also Â at Â that Â meeting, Â New Â Haven Â Volunteer Â Fire Â Department Â Chief Â Alan Â Mayer Â and Â assistant Â chiefs Â Dean Â Gilmore Â and Â Mark Â Livingston Â spoke Â with Â the Â selectboard Â about Â a Â variety Â of Â issues. 7KH ÂżUHPHQ VDLG WKDW EHFDXVH WKHUHLVYHU\ORZFOHDUDQFHZKHQÂżUH WUXFNVH[LWWKHJDUDJHRIWKHÂżUHKRXVH it Â is Â imperative Â that Â the Â Highway Â De-Â (See Â New Â Haven, Â Page Â 16)
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 15
Lincoln Â Library Â has Â programs Â for Â all LINCOLN Â â€” Â The Â Lincoln Â Li-Â brary Â has Â a Â busy Â month Â of Â activities Â planned Â for Â May. Wednesday, Â May Â 14, Â will Â be Â a Â particularly Â hectic Â day, Â with Â three Â events Â planned. Â First, Â at Â the Â 10 Â a.m. Â Senior Â Program, Â Linda Â Bar-Â nard Â will Â be Â back Â with Â her Â popular Â â€œWalk Â Through Â Vermont Â Townsâ€? Â series. Â She Â will Â bring Â pictures Â and Â other Â memorabilia Â from Â towns Â she Â has Â visited Â and Â lots Â of Â knowledge Â about Â the Â history Â of Â each Â town Â also. Â Refreshments Â will Â be Â served. Â Librar-Â ian Â Debi Â Gray Â said Â this Â program Â was Â originally Â scheduled Â for Â March, Â but Â was Â canceled Â due Â to Â the Â weather. Later Â that Â day, Â from Â 3:30-Â5 Â p.m., Â the Â library Â will Â hold Â its Â â€œTween Â Movie Â Afternoonâ€? Â for Â youngsters Â ages Â 9-Â12. Â The Â library Â will Â screen Â
the Â Japanese Â anime Â classic Â â€œHowlâ€™s Â Moving Â Castle.â€? Â Popcorn Â will Â be Â served. Â Finally, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â Wednes-Â day, Â the Â public Â is Â invited Â to Â a Â book Â discussion. Â The Â book Â this Â month Â is Â â€œSay Â You Â Are Â One Â of Â Usâ€? Â by Â Uwem Â Akpan. The Â Lincoln Â Library Â Computer Â Class Â Series Â will Â be Â starting Â on Â Tuesday, Â May Â 20, Â 10:30-Â11:30 Â a.m. Â at Â the Â library. Â Paul Â Forlenza Â has Â volunteered Â to Â teach Â classes Â on Â 0LFURVRIW ([FHO ,Q WKH ÂżUVW FODVV the Â Lincoln Â resident Â will Â survey Â the Â studentsâ€™ Â needs Â and Â make Â decisions Â on Â what Â to Â teach. Â All Â levels Â of Â stu-Â dents Â are Â invited. Â This Â is Â free, Â but Â call Â or Â email Â the Â Library Â to Â sign Â up. Â The Â phone Â number Â is Â 802-Â453-Â 2665;Íž Â email Â at Â lincolnlibraryvt@ gmail.com.
The Â Caregiver Â Group Â will Â meet Â on Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â The Â group Â welcomes Â everyone Â who Â is Â taking Â care Â of Â another Â â€” Â even Â at Â a Â distance. Â This Â group Â is Â about Â caring Â for Â yourself Â during Â this Â process. Finally, Â get Â ready Â for Â the Â annual Â Book, Â Plant Â and Â Bake Â Sale Â at Â the Â Lincoln Â Library Â on Â Saturday, Â May Â 24, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m. Â The Â library Â is Â cur-Â rently Â accepting Â used Â books Â for Â the Â sale. Â Drop Â them Â off Â when Â the Â library Â is Â open Â or Â call Â 453-Â2665 Â to Â make Â other Â arrangements. Â The Â library Â will Â EHUDIĂ€LQJRIIIRXUWLFNHWVWR)HQZD\ Park Â for Â a Â game Â on Â Aug. Â 23 Â that Â day Â also. Â The Â Lincoln Â Library Â is Â on Â West Â Road Â just Â west Â of Â the Â village. Â More Â information Â is Â at Â www.lincolnli-Â braryvt.com.
Have-ÂA-ÂHeart Â Food Â Shelf Â thankful Â for Â support Â of Â towns Although Â hunger Â is Â a Â reality Â in Â the Â the Â Food Â Shelf Â in Â the Â past Â year. Â The Â Five Â Town Â Area, Â weâ€™re Â fortunate Â to Â list Â is Â long Â and Â weâ€™re Â grateful Â to Â all Â live Â in Â a Â community Â that Â generously Â of Â you: Â Shawâ€™s Â (Bristol), Â National Â supports Â its Â local Â food Â shelf. Â The Â Bank Â of Â Middlebury Â (Bristol), Â Have-ÂA-ÂHeart Â Food Â Shelf Â in Â Champlain Â Valley Â Telecom, Â Bristol Â offers Â monthly Â food Â The Â Enchanted Â Closet, Â distribution Â to Â residents Â of Â Bristol Â Fire Â Department, Â Bristol, Â Starksboro, Â New Â Ha-Â %ULVWRO3RVW2IÂżFH0RXQW ven, Â Monkton Â and Â Lincoln, Â of appreciation Abraham Â Union Â High Â and Â is Â open Â to Â any Â resident Â School Â chapter Â of Â the Â of Â these Â towns. Â The Â Food Â National Â Honor Â Society, Â Shelf Â is Â housed Â in Â the Â basement Â of Â Mount Â Abe Â track Â team, Â St. Â Ambrose Â St. Â Ambrose Â Church, Â which Â has Â gen-Â Church, Â Bristol Â Federated Â Church, Â erously Â provided Â rent-Âfree Â space Â for Â Lincoln Â United Â Church, Â New Â Haven Â 24 Â years. Â This Â arrangement Â allows Â Congregational Â Church, Â New Â Ha-Â the Â Food Â Shelf Â to Â focus Â its Â resources Â ven Â United Â Reformed Â Church, Â First Â on Â meeting Â the Â food Â security Â needs Â Baptist Â Church Â of Â Bristol, Â Monk-Â of Â our Â community. ton Â Friends Â Methodist Â Church, Â In Â recent Â years, Â demand Â has Â Catholic Â Charities;Íž Â Bristol Â Elemen-Â JURZQVLJQLÂżFDQWO\DQGWKH)RRG tary Â School, Â Beeman Â Elemen-Â Shelf Â now Â provides Â food Â to Â over Â 70 Â tary Â School, Â Monkton Â Book Â Club, Â families Â each Â month, Â solely Â through Â Libanus Â Lodge Â No. Â 47 Â Bristol, Â donations Â provided Â by Â the Â com-Â Vergennes Â Lions Â Club, Â Bristol Â Boy Â munity. Â We Â donâ€™t Â receive Â any Â food Â Scouts, Â Monkton Â Boy Â Scouts, Â New Â or Â funding Â from Â the Â Vermont Â Food Â Haven Â Dairy Â 4-ÂH, Â Monkton Â 4-ÂH, Â Bank Â and Â instead Â rely Â on Â small Â but Â the Â American Â Legion Â Auxiliary Â and Â consistent Â local Â contributions Â from Â the Â Sons Â of Â the Â American Â Legion, Â a Â variety Â of Â groups, Â businesses Â and Â all Â the Â ongoing Â donors Â and Â and Â individuals. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â system Â that Â volunteers Â who Â give Â monthly. works Â well, Â and Â weâ€™d Â like Â to Â thank Â Your Â contributions Â of Â food, Â mon-Â the Â many Â people Â who Â have Â helped Â ey, Â and/or Â time Â have Â made Â a Â real Â
difference Â in Â the Â lives Â of Â our Â neigh-Â bors Â who Â need Â food Â assistance. Â Exciting Â expansion Â plans Â are Â in Â the Â works Â for Â the Â coming Â year, Â which Â will Â allow Â us Â to Â increase Â our Â stor-Â age Â space Â and Â improve Â accessibil-Â ity. Â Weâ€™re Â always Â looking Â for Â new Â volunteers, Â so Â please Â contact Â me Â if Â youâ€™d Â like Â to Â become Â involved. Â Together, Â we Â can Â continue Â to Â reduce Â hunger Â and Â make Â a Â positive Â impact Â in Â our Â Five Â Town Â community. Rebecca Â Stude-ÂPrice, Â Director Have-ÂA-ÂHeart Â Food Â Shelf Bristol
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Otters Â roll Â to Â 23-Â0 Â win Â behind Â Aines Â no-Âhitter By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY BRANDON Â â€“ Â The Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â softball Â team Â celebrated Â Friday Â afternoonâ€™s Â ded-Â LFDWLRQ RI WKH SURJUDPÂśV ÂżHOG WR longtime Â Coach Â Pattie Â Candon Â by Â thumping Â visiting Â Mill Â River, Â 27-Â LQÂżYHLQQLQJVDVVHQLRUSLWFKHU Taylor Â Aines Â tossed Â a Â no-Âhitter. The Â 6-Â3 Â Ottersâ€™ Â 18-Âhit Â attack Â included Â two Â homers Â and Â seven Â RBIs Â by Â senior Â shortstop Â Cortney Â Poljacik, Â giving Â her Â six Â long Â balls Â LQ VL[ JDPHV WZR KLWV DQG ÂżYH RBIs Â by Â Aines;Íž Â four Â hits, Â four Â runs Â and Â three Â RBIs Â from Â second Â base-Â man Â Amy Â Jones;Íž Â and Â at Â least Â two Â runs Â from Â every Â starter. Nine Â OV Â runs Â came Â in Â the Â bot-Â WRPRIWKHÂżUVWLQWKHWKLUGDQG ÂżYH LQ WKH IRXUWK 7KH RQO\ VXV-Â pense Â was Â the Â hard-Âthrowing Â Ai-Â nes Â could Â toss Â what Â she Â said Â was Â her Â second Â no-Âhitter. Aines Â â€” Â emotional Â after Â the Â ceremony Â honoring Â Candon, Â an Â OV Â physical Â education Â teacher Â DQG ÂżHOG KRFNH\ RIÂżFLDO DV ZHOO as Â the Â winner Â of Â 309 Â OV Â softball Â games, Â and Â maybe Â distracted Â by Â the Â parade Â of Â Otter Â baserunners Â â€” Â said Â she Â did Â not Â know Â she Â had Â a Â no-Âhitter Â until Â told Â afterward. â€œMe? Â A Â no-Âhitter? Â I Â didnâ€™t Â even Â think Â about Â it,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œI Â was Â just Â trying Â to Â strike Â them Â out Â and Â KDYHP\ÂżHOGHUVPDNHWKHSOD\VÂ´ Aines Â struck Â out Â 11 Â and Â walked Â ÂżYH WKUHH LQ WKH ÂżUVW LQQLQJ 6KH worked Â out Â of Â that Â jam Â by Â striking Â out Â the Â side, Â and Â admitted Â she Â was Â yet Â not Â fully Â focused. â€œI Â guess Â it Â was Â a Â little Â a Â little Â nerve-Âwracking Â with Â the Â crowd Â here, Â and Â the Â ceremony Â for Â Miss Â Candon Â took Â time Â and Â we Â were Â all Â just Â kind Â of Â still Â happy Â for Â her,â€? Â Aines Â said. Â â€œSo Â it Â took Â us Â a Â second Â for Â us Â to Â get Â into Â it. Â But Â once Â we Â did, Â we Â got Â the Â job Â done.â€? Aines Â has Â better Â harnessed Â her Â control Â this Â season Â after Â walk-Â ing Â too Â many Â batters Â in Â 2013. Â She Â pointed Â to Â an Â adjustment Â in Â her Â at-Â titude, Â not Â her Â mechanics. â€œIâ€™m Â trying Â to Â stay Â consistent, Â not Â let Â my Â emotions Â get Â the Â best Â of Â
me Â on Â the Â mound. Â Once Â one Â pitch Â is Â thrown Â and Â itâ€™s Â not Â what Â I Â want, Â I Â canâ€™t Â change Â anything, Â so Â the Â next Â one Â is Â most Â important,â€? Â she Â said. Candon Â appreciates Â what Â Aines Â has Â done Â this Â season. â€œIâ€™m Â very Â happy Â for Â her, Â because Â it Â seems Â this Â year Â every Â time Â she Â steps Â in Â there Â sheâ€™s Â on Â a Â mission,â€? Â Candon Â said. Once Â Aines Â worked Â out Â of Â trou-Â EOHLQWKHÂżUVWWKH29EDWVZHQWWR ZRUN-RQHVUHDFKHGRQDQLQÂżHOG hit, Â and Â Aines Â doubled Â her Â home. Â Third Â baseman Â Megan Â Santell Â walked, Â and Â Poljacik Â singled Â in Â Aines. Â MRU Â pitcher Â Carly Â Ward Â threw Â the Â ball Â away Â as Â catcher Â Laura Â Beth Â Roberts Â reached Â on Â D ÂżHOGHUÂśV FKRLFH ZLWK 6DQWHOO VFRULQJ DQG VHQLRU FHQWHU ÂżHOGHU Olivia Â Bloomer Â singled Â two Â runs Â home. /HIW ÂżHOGHU 0DLD (GPXQGV walked, Â and Â senior Â DH Â Brittany Â Bushey Â reached Â on Â an Â error, Â scor-Â ing Â Bloomer Â to Â make Â it Â 6-Â0. Â Jones Â SRNHGDQRWKHULQÂżHOGKLWWRVFRUHD run, Â and Â then Â Aines Â lined Â another Â hit Â to Â make Â it Â 9-Â0. In Â the Â OV Â third, Â when Â the Â Otters Â scored Â 13 Â times Â on Â a Â dropped Â third Â strike, Â a Â walk, Â a Â misplay Â of Â an Â Ai-Â QHV SRS Ă€\ D 6DQWHOO 5%, VLQJOH Poljacikâ€™s Â line Â shot Â over Â the Â right-Â center Â fence, Â singles Â by Â Roberts Â DQG %ORRPHU ZDONV WR (GPXQGV DQG VHQLRU ULJKWÂżHOGHU 0HJDQ McKeighan, Â a Â two-Ârun Â Bushey Â single, Â a Â two-Ârun Â Jones Â double, Â an Â error, Â Santellâ€™s Â RBI Â double, Â and Â Poljacikâ€™s Â RBI Â grounder. MRU Â came Â closest Â to Â a Â hit Â in Â the Â fourth. Â Taylor Â Worcester Â hit Â a Â dribbler Â to Â the Â left Â of Â the Â mound, Â but Â Aines Â made Â a Â strong Â throw Â to Â QLSKHUDWÂżUVW&KHOVHD%ODQFKDUG followed Â with Â a Â line Â shot Â at Â Jones Â at Â second, Â and Â she Â knocked Â it Â down Â and Â relayed Â to Â Kelli Â Jerome Â DWÂżUVW 29 DGGHG LWV ÂżQDO UXQV LQ WKH ÂżIWK RQ VLQJOHV E\ SLQFKKLWWHU Maggie Â Smith Â and Â Bushey, Â an Â er-Â 277(59$//(<81,21+LJK6FKRROVHQLRU7D\ORU$LQHVSLWFKHGDÂżYHLQQLQJQRKLWWHUDJDLQVW0LOO5LYHU URU D 6DQWHOO LQÂżHOG KLW DQG 3RO-Â last Â Friday. Â The Â Otters Â won Â the Â game, Â 27-Â0. (See Â No Â Hitter, Â page Â 20) Photo Â by Â Lee Â Kahrs/Brandon Â Reporter
In Â baseball: Â Eagles Â win, Â Otters Â split, Â Tigers Â lose ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â In Â area Â high Â school Â baseball Â action Â late Â last Â week, Â Mount Â Abraham Â won, Â Otter Â Valley Â split Â a Â pair Â of Â games, Â while Â Middlebury Â lost Â at Â home. Â EAGLES On Â Thursday, Â Mount Â Abe Â pound-Â ed Â out Â a Â 14-Â8 Â win Â over Â visiting Â Missisquoi. Â Austin Â Lafayette Â and Â Ernie Â Brouillard Â each Â poked Â four Â
hits Â and Â Aaron Â Benway Â launched Â D KRPHU WR OHDG WKH (DJOH DWWDFN Josh Â Cyr Â notched Â six Â Ks Â in Â six Â in-Â nings Â to Â earn Â the Â pitching Â win. Â 7KH (DJOHVÂś 6DWXUGD\ JDPH DW0RXQW0DQVÂżHOGZDVSRVWSRQHG until Â Monday. Â OTTERS On Â Wednesday, Â OV Â defeated Â vis-Â LWLQJ /HODQG *UD\ LQ ÂżYH
innings. Â Shane Â Quenneville Â hit Â a Â three-Ârun Â homer Â as Â the Â Otters Â took Â the Â lead Â with Â six Â runs Â in Â the Â second Â inning, Â and Â also Â doubled Â twice Â and Â drove Â in Â another Â run. Â Tyler Â Allen Â drove Â in Â four Â runs Â with Â a Â single, Â grounder Â and Â two Â bases-Âloaded Â walks;Íž Â Mike Â Winslow Â had Â three Â hits Â and Â drove Â in Â three;Íž Â Tyler Â Jones Â and Â winning Â pitcher Â John Â Winslow Â
had Â two Â hits Â apiece;Íž Â and Â Emmett Â Thurston Â singled Â home Â a Â run. On Â Thursday, Â visiting Â Mill Â River Â improved Â to Â 8-Â2 Â with Â its Â second Â win Â of Â the Â spring Â over Â OV, Â 8-Â1. Â Jones Â allowed Â only Â one Â hit Â for Â OV Â over Â WKHÂżUVWIRXULQQLQJVEXWVWUXJJOHG with Â his Â control Â while Â the Â Otters Â did Â not Â play Â their Â usual Â crisp Â de-Â IHQVH29ÂżQLVKHGWKHZHHNDW
TIGERS On Â Thursday, Â visiting Â Spaulding Â edged Â MUHS, Â 1-Â Â 0, Â as Â the Â Tideâ€™s Â Josh Â Kennison Â tossed Â a Â three-Âhitter Â to Â help Â his Â team Â improved Â to Â 3-Â6. Â He Â outdueled Â the Â Tigersâ€™ Â Josh Â Ben-Â oit. Â The Â 4-Â2 Â Tigersâ€™ Â Saturday Â game Â DW(VVH[ZDVSRVWSRQHGXQWLO0RQ-Â day. Â
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Both Â Tiger Â lacrosse Â teams Â victorious ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â In Â lo-Â cal Â high Â school Â lacrosse Â action Â in Â WKH ODWWHU KDOI RI ODVW ZHHN WKH 0LGGOHEXU\ER\VÂ¶DQGJLUOVÂ¶WHDPV NHSW ZLQQLQJ ZKLOH WKH 0RXQW $EUDKDP DQG 9HUJHQQHV ER\V HDFKGURSSHGDSDLU7KH2WWHU9DO-Â OH\ ER\V ZHUH LGOH EXW ZLOO KRVW 98+6RQ0RQGD\ TIGER Â BOYS 2Q :HGQHVGD\ WKH 08+6 ER\VZRQDW'LYLVLRQ,Â¿QDO-Â LVW (VVH[ Sam Â Usilton OHG WKH DWWDFN ZLWK IRXU JRDOV DQG DQ DVVLVW Keenan Â Bartlett Â DQG Â Ali Â Abdul-ÂSater FKLSSHG LQ WKUHH JRDOV DSLHFH DQG Bobby Â Ritter Â DQG Â Seth Â WrightDGGHGWZRJRDOV DQG DQ DVVLVW HDFK *RDOLH Nate Â Lalonde EDFNVWRSSHG WKH ZLQ ZLWKVDYHV 2Q )ULGD\ WKH7LJHUV LPSURYHG WR E\ WRSSLQJ &ROFKHVWHU DIWHU WDNLQJ D OHDG DW WKH break. Â Connor Â Quinnâ€™s Â four Â goals Â DQG DQ DVVLVW SDFHG WKH RIIHQVH %DUWOHWW UHFRUGHG WZR JRDOV DQG
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give me great petting and good loving. I also sneak downstairs to visit my friends Patty and Shorty for extra attention. My best daily routine is loving my mom in her recliner while I rest on the fleece blanket on her lap. Michelle Hall Lincoln
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PETS IN NEED HOMEWARD BOUNDâ€“ Hi! Â Iâ€™m Â Axel. Â Iâ€™m Â a Â young, Â handsome, Â smart Â and Â friendly Â boy! Â Because Â of Â my Â youth Â , ZRXOG JUHDWO\ EHQHÂżW IURP lots Â of Â exercise Â and Â nice Â long Â walks. Â I Â have Â the Â makings Â of Â an Â awesome Â hiking Â buddy Â who Â would Â love Â to Â curl Â up Â with Â you Â at Â the Â end Â of Â a Â nice Â long Â day. Iâ€™m Â simply Â a Â happy Â and Â sweet Â boy Â who Â would Â happily Â welcome Â you Â home Â each Â and Â every Â day! Â
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Hi Â there! Â We Â are Â Henry Â and Â Paco, Â a Â pair Â of Â handsome Â and Â sweet Â sounding Â Â 3-Âyear Â old Â cockatiels. Â We Â are Â stunning Â to Â look Â at Â and Â make Â really Â cool Â noises. Â We Â greatly Â enjoy Â each Â others Â company Â as Â well Â as Â the Â company Â of Â people. Â We Â are Â very Â curious Â and Â enjoy Â interacting Â with Â people. Â We Â are Â really Â fun Â to Â watch! Â How Â about Â adding Â some Â color Â to Â your Â family?
Hi! Â Iâ€™m Â Bentley. Â Arenâ€™t Â I Â handsome? Â Iâ€™m Â smart Â and Â affectionate Â too! Â In Â my Â previous Â home, Â I Â have Â lived Â with Â dogs, Â cats Â and Â children Â 6 Â years Â of Â age Â and Â older. Â Because Â of Â my Â youth Â and Â breed, Â I Â would Â greatly Â EHQHÂżW IURP ORWV RI H[HUFLVH and Â some Â basic Â obedience Â lessons. Â I Â can Â be Â a Â bit Â shy Â at Â ÂżUVW EXW RQFH , JHW WR NQRZ you, Â I Â will Â make Â a Â loving Â and Â loyal Â canine Â companion. Â
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Woofstock Â returns Â to Â Basin Â Harbor FERRISBURGH Â â€” Â Homeward Â Bound: Â Addison Â Countyâ€™s Â Humane Â Society, Â in Â partnership Â with Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club Â in Â Ferrisburgh Â for Â the Â second Â year Â in Â a Â row, Â will Â hold Â its Â largest Â annual Â fundraiser Â â€” Â Woofstock Â 2014 Â â€” Â on Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â from Â 9 Â a.m. Â to Â 3 Â p.m. The Â event, Â held Â at Â Basin Â Harbor, Â will Â begin Â with Â a Â 3K Â Fun Â Run Â and Â Walk Â and Â a Â 5K Â Run Â and Â will Â be Â followed Â by Â various Â dog Â demon-Â strations Â (Dock Â Dogs, Â Disc Â Dogs, Â K-Â9 Â protection, Â doggie Â dancing, Â Meet Â the Â Breed, Â Water Â Rescue Â Dogs), Â a Â doggie Â kissing Â contest, Â
Lake Â Champlain Â boat Â rides, Â a Â silent Â auction, Â artists Â and Â other Â vendors, Â and Â great Â food. Â The Â day Â will Â be Â emceed Â by Â Addison Â Countyâ€™s Â own Â Bruce Â & Â Hobbes. Â This Â will Â be Â a Â full Â day Â of Â family Â and Â dog Â friendly Â activities, Â and Â will Â help Â support Â the Â animals Â awaiting Â their Â forever Â homes. Homeward Â Bound Â invites Â every-Â one Â to Â grab Â their Â pooches Â and Â pound Â the Â pavement Â to Â raise Â funds Â for Â the Â animals. Â Registration Â for Â the Â runners/walkers Â begins Â at Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â and Â the Â Run/Walk Â starts Â at Â 9 Â a.m. Â when Â the Â festival Â opens. Â
Walkers Â can Â pick Â up Â registration Â and Â pledge Â forms Â at Â the Â shelter. Â Walk-Âin Â registrations Â are Â also Â accepted. Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club Â is Â a Â dog-Âfriendly Â resort Â and Â is Â offer-Â ing Â special Â room Â rates Â for Â the Â Woofstock Â 2014 Â weekend. Â Find Â out Â more Â at Â www.basinharbor.com Â or Â call Â 802-Â475-Â2311. Woofstock Â 2014 Â organizers Â WKDQN WKH IROORZLQJ ÂłÂżYHSDZ sponsorsâ€? Â for Â their Â support: Â The Â Dock Â Doctors, Â Laberge Â Insurance Â Agency, Â the Â Addison Â Independent, Â Lawson Â and Â Clint Â Allen, Â PETCO Â Foundation Â and Â WCAX.
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CACKLINâ€™ Â HENS Â CLASSES Need Â a Â summer Â activity? Â Gather Â up Â your Â kids Â and Â their Â friends Â and Â schedule Â a Â time Â at Â Cacklinâ€™ Â Hens: Â A Â Vermont Â Yarn, Â Beads Â & Â Gift Â Emporium Â at Â 383 Â Exchange Â Street Â in Â Middlebury. Â Theyâ€™ll Â teach Â the Â activity Â be Â it Â a Â wrap Â bracelet, Â a Â memory Â wire Â bracelet, Â knitting Â or Â another Â activity! Â Itâ€™s Â like Â school Â in Â the Â summer Â but Â more Â fun. Â More Â DQGPRUHKHDOWKRIÂżFLDOVDQG teachers Â are Â supporting Â the Â learning Â of Â crafts Â to Â keep Â the Â brain Â active. Â Working Â with Â your Â hands Â and Â reading Â instruction Â at Â the Â same Â time Â works Â both Â sides Â of Â the Â brain, Â not Â to Â mention Â when Â the Â project Â is Â completed, Â the Â sense Â of Â accomplishment Â one Â feels. Â Check Â out Â their Â newest Â beading Â design Â that Â can Â be Â adapted Â for Â bracelets, Â necklaces, Â children Â or Â adults! Â For Â more Â information Â call Â 802-Â388-Â2221 Â or Â visit Â www. cacklinhens.com.
Participants Â engage Â in Â multi-Âactivity Â wilderness Â adventures Â including Â canoeing Â and Â kayaking, Â mountain Â ELNLQJĂ€\ÂżVKLQJJHRFDFKLQJ river-Âtubing, Â and Â rock Â climbing. Â Each Â of Â our Â camps Â provide Â imaginative Â and Â unforgettable Â journeys Â in Â some Â of Â the Â most Â beautiful Â backcountry Â wilderness Â areas Â in Â and Â around Â the Â Green Â Mountains. Â Weâ€™d Â love Â to Â have Â you Â join Â us Â this Â summer! Â For Â all Â camps, Â a Â $100 Â non-Ârefundable Â deposit Â is Â due Â at Â the Â time Â of Â registration. Â Day Â camps Â run Â from Â 9 Â a.m. Â to Â 4 Â p.m. Â Pick Â up/Drop Â off Â at Â Middlebury Â Mountaineer, Â 2 Â Park Â Street Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753. Â www.mmvt.com Â for Â more Â information Â or Â call Â Steve Â at Â the Â Mountaineer Â 802-Â388-Â7245.
LAKE Â CHAMPLAIN Â MARITIME Â MUSEUM Starting Â on Â June Â 22nd Â ten Â students Â from Â the Â Champlain Â Valley Â ages Â 13-Â16 Â will Â build Â GREEN Â MOUNTAIN Â their Â own Â 17â€™ Â sea Â kayaks Â ADVENTURES and Â then Â embark Â on Â a Â Now Â in Â our Â 16th Â season, Â Green Â 10-Âday Â voyage Â of Â a Â lifetime. Â Mountain Â Adventures Â offers Â a Â Participants Â in Â the Â Lake Â variety Â of Â outdoor Â adventure Â Champlain Â Maritime Â Museumâ€™s Â day Â camps Â uniquely Â designed Â to Â Champlain Â Discovery Â program Â safely Â lead Â children Â and Â young Â will Â paddle Â from Â Whitehall, Â adults Â (age Â 6-Â15) Â into Â the Â vast Â New Â York Â transiting Â Lock Â #12 Â playground Â of Â rocks, Â rivers, Â on Â the Â Champlain Â Canal Â and Â and Â mountains Â surrounding Â our Â paddle Â to Â Burlington, Â Vermont. Â (Continued Â on Â next Â page) Central Â Vermont Â community. Â
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Green Mountain Adventures Kids Camp 2014 (Continued Â from Â previous Â page)
They Â will Â experience Â sites Â of Â cultural Â and Â natural Â history Â as Â they Â challenge Â themselves Â in Â new Â and Â positive Â ways. Â The Â program Â culminates Â when Â they Â land Â in Â Burlington Â on Â the Â morning Â of Â July Â 26th Â and Â are Â welcomed Â back Â to Â their Â worlds Â by Â family Â and Â friends. Â The Â Maritime Â Museum Â is Â accepting Â applications Â for Â the Â Champlain Â Discovery Â program. Â Call Â 802-Â475-Â2022, Â or Â email Â nickp@ lcmm.org Â for Â information Â and Â an Â application Â or Â check Â out Â the Â web-Âsite Â www.lcmm.org.
some Â â€œtraditionsâ€? Â of Â Vermont Â and Â summer Â will Â be Â honored: Â VZLPPLQJÂżHOGWULSVFUDIWV sports, Â theatre Â and Â camping. Â Information Â can Â be Â obtained Â via Â e-Âmail Â at Â schoolage@mjccvt. org Â or Â by Â calling Â 802-Â388-Â2853, Â and Â speaking Â with Â School Â Age Â Programs Â Coordinator.
OTTER Â CREEK Â WILDLIFE Â RESCUE Hundreds Â of Â orphaned Â and Â injured Â wild Â birds Â and Â mammals Â need Â help Â each Â year. Â Licensed Â Wildlife Â Rehabilitators Â are Â trained Â to Â aid Â our Â feathered Â and Â furred Â MARY Â JOHNSON Â friends, Â and Â properly Â release Â CHILDRENâ€™S Â CENTER Â them Â back Â into Â the Â wild. Â School Â age Â summer Â camps Â will Â Campers Â learn Â whatâ€™s Â involved, Â offer Â a Â wide Â range Â of Â summer Â focusing Â on Â Vermont Â species, Â experiences. Â Relaxing Â is Â how Â we Â can Â help Â them Â thrive Â combined Â with Â many Â inviting Â in Â nature, Â and Â meet Â their Â needs Â choices Â on Â a Â daily Â basis. Â The Â when Â in Â trouble. Â Weâ€™ll Â create Â professional Â staff Â facilitates Â a Â nurturing Â habitats Â for Â rehab Â program Â geared Â to Â the Â needs Â DQLPDOVSUHSDUHIRRGÂżQGLGHDO of Â this Â energized Â 5-Â12 Â year-Âold Â release Â spots Â and Â enjoy Â summer Â age Â group. Â Balancing Â the Â activities Â like Â swimming, Â kid-Âfriendly Â individual Â choices, Â
hiking, Â gardening, Â music, Â crafts, Â sports, Â and Â picnics. Â Regulations Â prevent Â contact Â with Â wildlife Â in Â rehab. Â Weâ€™ll Â share Â our Â days Â with Â affectionate Â domestic Â animals, Â both Â babies Â and Â adults, Â learning Â to Â raise Â and Â care Â for Â them. Â (This Â is Â how Â many Â top Â rehabbers Â begin!) Â Come Â join Â us Â for Â a Â grand Â adventure! Â For Â information Â & Â registration: Â email@example.com Â or Â 802-Â759-Â3148.
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REALITY Â BALLET Â CAMP: Â BALLET Â DE-ÂMYSTIFIED Get Â off Â on Â the Â right Â foot Â with Â a Â fresh, Â grass-Âroots, Â look Â at Â Ballet Â for Â the Â budding Â ballerina Â as Â well Â as Â for Â those Â who Â might Â have Â once Â had Â a Â dream Â but Â life Â got Â in Â the Â way. Â Learn Â the Â truth Â behind Â the Â shoes, Â the Â tutu, Â the Â history, Â and Â the Â practice. Â For Â beginning Â dancers Â ages Â 10 Â through Â adult. Â For Â more Â information Â and Â registration Â call Â Patty Â Smith Â at Â 802-Â623-Â6629.
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Meeting Â solicits Â input Â on Â improving Â city Â experience VERGENNES Â â€” Â Through Â the Â Community Â Visit Â process Â Vergennes Â community Â members Â have Â settled Â on Â three Â areas Â in Â which Â to Â build Â new Â initiatives Â to Â improve Â the Â city. Later Â this Â month, Â some Â of Â Vermontâ€™s Â top Â experts Â in Â those Â areas Â will Â visit Â the Â city Â for Â a Â Resource Â Meeting, Â at Â which Â they Â will Â work Â with Â citizens Â to Â set Â up Â action Â plans Â to Â make Â these Â goals Â possible. The Â meeting, Â scheduled Â for Â Wednesday, Â May Â 21, Â from Â 6:30 Â to Â 9 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Bixby Â Memorial Â Library, Â is Â the Â next Â step Â in Â the Â Vermont Â Council Â on Â Rural Â Developmentâ€™s Â (VCRD) Â Community Â Visit Â to Â Vergennes Â that Â began Â with Â public Â forums Â in Â March. Â At Â the Â second Â meeting Â on Â April Â 18, Â over Â 100 Â resi-Â dents Â whittled Â down Â a Â number Â of Â opportunities Â for Â the Â community Â into Â three Â task Â force Â action Â areas: Â‡ ,PSURYH WUDQVSRUWDWLRQ DQG parking Â‡ $GYDQFH WKH 9HUJHQQHV HFRQ-Â omy Â and Â expand Â the Â community Â and Â economic Â development Â capac-Â ity Â of Â the Â city Â‡ 5HGHYHORSWKH9HUJHQQHV)DOOV basin Â and Â open Â a Â riverwalk The Â Resource Â Meeting Â repre-Â sents Â the Â third Â phase Â in Â the Â program, Â when Â action Â area Â work Â plans Â are Â developed. Â On Â May Â 21, Â VCRD Â will Â bring Â a Â new Â team Â of Â
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ADULT Â ALL-ÂRECOVERY Â Group Â Meeting Â for Â anyone Â over Â 18 Â who Â is Â struggling Â with Â addiction Â disorders. Â Tuesdays, Â 3-Â4 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center. Â A Â great Â place Â to Â meet Â with Â your Â peers Â who Â are Â in Â re-Â covery. Â Bring Â a Â friend Â in Â recov-Â ery. Â For Â info Â call Â 802-Â388-Â4249 Â or Â 802-Â683-Â5569 Â or Â visit Â www. turningpointaddisonvt.org.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â NORTH Â FERRISBURGH Â MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â Daily Â Reflections Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM, Â at Â the Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â Old Â Hollow Â Rd.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleas-Â ant Â Street. Â Discussion Â Meet-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEETINGS: Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â Congre-Â gational Â Church, Â New Â Haven Â Village Â Green.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â FRIDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Middlebury. MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â SATURDAY: Â Discussion Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meet-Â Church. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â 10:00-Â11:00 Â AM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â PARTY Â RENTALS; Â CHI-Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Be-Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â NA, Â flatware, Â glassware, Â ginnersâ€™ Â Meeting Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â linens. Â Delivery Â available. Â PM. Â These Â three Â meetings Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â 802-Â388-Â4831. are Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green). Center Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â THANKS Â HOLY Â FATHER Â and Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â St. Â Jude Â for Â prayers Â answered. Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Big Â V.B. Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Step Â Meet-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALATEEN Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â Point, Â 228 Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â The Â Marble-Â works, Â Middlebury. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â SUNDAY: Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 1:00-Â2:00 Â PM Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â VERGENNES Â MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Dis-Â cussion Â Meeting Â 8:00-Â9:00 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Church, Â Park Â St. Â Tuesday, Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â Mon-Â PM, Â at Â the Â Congregational Â day, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â Church, Â Water Â St. ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â ARE Â YOU Â BOTHERED Â BY Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â someoneâ€™s Â drinking? Â Open-Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd. ing Â Our Â Hearts Â Womenâ€™s Â Al-ÂAnon Â Group Â meets Â each Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Wednesday Â at Â 7:15 Â p.m. Â at Â BRANDON Â MEETINGS: Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â Monday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â the Â Marbleworks Â in Â Middlebury Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â (NEW Â LOCATION Â beginning Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â February Â 12th). Â Anonymous Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â and Â confidential, Â we Â share Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â our Â experience, Â strength Â and Â St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â hope Â to Â solve Â our Â common Â RT Â 7 Â South. problems. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â BRISTOL Â MEETINGS: Â Sun-Â day, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 4:00-Â5:00 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting, Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â Federated Â Church, Â Church Â St.
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Jen Â Lathrop, Â of Â Bristol, Â was Â one Â of Â 700 Â community Â members Â who Â participated Â in Â the Â 2013 Â Days Â of Â Caring. Â Â Jen, Â who Â works Â at Â Coun-Â try Â Home Â Products Â and Â also Â volun-Â teers Â with Â the Â Scouts, Â spent Â the Â day Â at Â the Â Town Â of Â Middlebury Â Rec Â Park Â pruning Â trees Â and Â clearing Â out Â an Â interpretive Â trail Â behind Â Mary Â Hogan Â Elementary Â School. Â Â When Â asked Â what Â she Â enjoyed Â most Â about Â volunteering, Â Jen Â replied Â that Â she Â loves Â â€œdoing Â good Â for Â others Â and Â getting Â outside.â€? Â Â Thank Â you Â Jen, Â for Â helping Â out!
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MAKING Â RECOVERY Â EAS-Â IER Â (MRE). Â Starting Â January Â 15, Â 5:30 Â â€” Â 7:00 Â PM Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center. Â This Â will Â be Â a Â facilitated Â group Â meeting Â for Â those Â struggling Â with Â the Â decision Â to Â attend Â 12-Âstep Â programs. Â It Â will Â be Â limited Â to Â explaining Â and Â discussing Â our Â feelings Â about Â the Â 12-Âstep Â programs Â to Â create Â a Â better Â understanding Â of Â how Â they Â can Â help Â a Â person Â in Â recovery Â on Â his Â / Â her Â lifeâ€™s Â journey. Â A Â certificate Â will Â be Â issued Â at Â the Â end Â of Â all Â the Â sessions. Â Please Â bring Â a Â friend Â in Â recovery Â who Â is Â also Â contemplating Â 12-Âstep Â programs. NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â BURY: Â Mondays, Â 6pm, Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â The Â Marble Â Works. NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â BURY: Â Fridays, Â 7:30pm, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works. TEEN Â ALL-ÂRECOVERY Â Group Â Meeting Â for Â anyone Â 15-Â18 Â years Â old Â who Â is Â strug-Â gling Â with Â addiction Â disor-Â ders. Â Tuesdays, Â 4-Â5 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center. Â A Â great Â place Â to Â meet Â with Â your Â peers Â who Â are Â in Â recovery. Â Bring Â a Â friend Â in Â recovery. Â For Â info Â call Â 802-Â388-Â4249 Â or Â 802-Â683-Â5569 Â or Â visit Â www. turningpointaddisonvt.org.
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W E Y B R I D G E Â S T R E E T Â TAG Â SALE, Â Saturday, Â May Â 17, Â 9am-Â3pm. Â Weybridge Â Street Â (Rte Â 23) Â opposite Â Otter Â Creek Â Child Â Center. Â Great Â stuff, Â seven Â families. Â Furniture, Â antiques, Â bookcase, Â books, Â foosball Â table, Â dog Â crates, Â brand-Âname Â clothing, Â records, Â hardware, Â tools, Â tod-Â dler Â clothing Â / Â toys, Â brand-Âname Â adult Â clothes, Â quilts, Â outdoor Â dog Â pens, Â vintage Â clothing, Â Amerigo Â saddle, Â Wintec Â sad-Â dle, Â horse Â / Â pony Â goods, Â crib Â bedding, Â crib Â with Â matching Â dresser Â and Â changing Â table, Â rocking Â horse, Â kitchenwares, Â crock Â pot, Â tons Â of Â toddler Â / Â childrenâ€™s Â clothes Â and Â toys, Â bicycles, Â Crate Â & Â Barrel Â dish Â set, Â new Â teen Â clothing, Â old Â kerosene Â lamps, Â wall Â clock, Â sail Â with Â 12â€™ Â mast Â and Â rig-Â ging, Â birdseye Â maple Â rocker, Â new Â towels Â and Â sheets, Â golf Â clubs, Â nice Â luggage, Â toy Â stor-Â age Â unit, Â chest Â oâ€™ Â drawers, Â window-Âpane Â mirrors, Â large Â rugs, Â rocking Â horse, Â kidsâ€™ Â table Â and Â chair Â set, Â iron.
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Vermont Federal Credit Union is a growing financial cooperative in Northwestern Vermont, currently serving over 37,000 members. We are always looking for friendly, selfmotivated individuals who enjoy helping people, have strong communication skills, are detail-oriented and enjoy working as part of a team. If you feel your attributes match our expectations we encourage you to consider a career with us. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Please visit our website for full details of our benefits program. We currently seek to fill the following full-time position(s): Branch Manager â€“ Middlebury Job Description: This candidate will be responsible for administering all daily operations of assigned branch office(s) in Middlebury and Vergennes, which includes supervising, scheduling, coaching, recruitment, and administering performance evaluations for branch staff. In addition, this candidate will promote and model consultative sales and service culture and is responsible for meeting or exceeding assigned branch deposit and loan goals. As well as ensuring that established policies and procedures are consistently followed and that, members and prospective members are promptly and professionally served. The qualified individual will also be held accountable for ensuring that branch staff successfully build and maintain member relationships by actively uncovering membersâ€™ financial needs and offering solutions to meet those needs. This candidate must be able to handle all functions of the branch office. Lastly, involvement in the community in which the branch office is located is required. Job Requirements: A college degree and two to five years of similar or related experience. A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact. Work involves extensive personal contact with others and/or is usually of a personal or sensitive nature. This work may also involve motivating or influencing others. Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) becomes necessary. Additional skills include proficiency with general office equipment and computers/software.
Red Â Mill Â Chef Basin Â Harbor Â Club, Â recognized Â as Â one Â of Â the Â Best Â Places Â to Â Work Â in Â Vermont Â in Â 2014, Â is Â currently Â accepting Â applications Â for Â a Â Red Â Mill Â Chef. Â This Â is Â a Â full-Âtime Â seasonal Â position Â that Â is Â available Â immediately Â and Â will Â continue Â through Â October. Â Â Certain Â candidates Â could Â be Â eligible Â for Â on-Â property Â housing. Â Â The Â Red Â Mill Â Chef Â is Â responsible Â for Â maintaining Â operation Â of Â the Â Red Â Mill Â Kitchen Â within Â budget. Â This Â position Â reports Â to Â the Â Red Â Mill Â Manager, Â and Â is Â also Â accountable Â to Â the Â Executive Â Chef Â to Â ensure Â smooth Â operation Â of Â the Â Red Â Mill. Â Â This Â person Â also Â serves Â as Â an Â inspirational Â role Â model Â for Â KLVKHUVWDIIPHPEHUVDQGLVDWRSSURIHVVLRQDOLQWKHÂżHOGZLWKDSDVVLRQ IRUWKHFXOLQDU\DUWV4XDOLÂżFDWLRQV\HDUVDWWKHOHYHORI&KHILQDIXOO service, Â quality Â driven, Â volume Â restaurant. Â Â Prior Â culinary Â experience Â in Â hotels Â or Â resorts. Â Â Degree Â in Â culinary Â arts Â highly Â preferred. Â Â Must Â be Â willing Â to Â able Â to Â pass Â a Â background Â check Â prior Â to Â employment.
If you would like to join our growing team, please apply online via our website www.vermontfederal.org
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FAIR Â HAVEN Â UNION Â HIGH Â SCHOOL Â VACANCY 2014-Â2015 Â SCHOOL Â YEAR Special Â Education Â Teacher/Case Â Manager Â Â Full-Âtime Â position Â to Â work Â with Â a Â diverse Â population Â of Â learners Â with Â disabilities Â in Â grades Â 9-Â12. Â Â Experience Â working Â with Â multiple Â and Â intensive Â needs Â students, Â life Â skills Â programming Â and Â familiarity Â with Â alternative Â DVVHVVPHQW SUHIHUUHG 3URSHU FHUWLÂżFDWLRQ and Â licensure Â required. Â HQT Â requirements Â must Â be Â met. Â Start Â date Â is Â August Â 2014. For Â more Â information Â contact Â Chris Â Morgan Â at Â (802) Â 265-Â4966. Â Apply Â on Â www.schoolspring.com 3RVLWLRQZLOOUHPDLQRSHQXQWLOÂżOOHG(2( Fair Â Haven Â Union Â High Â School Â is Â a Â smoke-Âfree Â environment
Â Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club, Â recognized Â as Â one Â of Â the Â Best Â Places Â to Â Work Â in Â Vermont Â in Â 2014, Â is Â currently Â accepting Â applications Â for Â multiple Â positions Â in Â our Â Housekeeping Â Department. Â These Â are Â full-Âtime Â seasonal Â positions Â that Â will Â run Â from Â May Â through Â October. Â Â Weekends Â and Â Holiday Â work Â is Â required. Â ,QFOXGHV VHDVRQDO HPSOR\HH EHQHÂżWV $OO positions Â require Â candidates Â to Â be Â willing Â and Â able Â to Â pass Â a Â background Â check Â prior Â to Â employment. Housekeepers: Â Â 8AM Â to Â 4:30PM Â Â Responsible Â for Â the Â cleanliness Â in Â the Â guest Â rooms, Â cottages, Â and Â Housekeeping Â Storage Â areas. Â Â Performs Â cleaning Â tasks Â as Â assigned Â for Â the Â day, Â using Â zone Â reports Â to Â determine Â the Â exact Â name Â of Â the Â work Â requested Â and Â to Â prioritize Â work Â assignments. Housepersons: Â 6:30AM Â to Â 2PM Â or Â 2PM Â to Â 10PM Â Â The Â primary Â support Â of Â the Â Housekeeping Â Department;Íž Â assists Â other Â line Â staff Â in Â keeping Â the Â resort Â clean Â and Â stocked Â with Â ample Â supplies. Â Â Picks Â up Â and Â delivers Â linen. Â Delivers Â supplies Â to Â housekeeping Â work Â stations Â to Â maintain Â par Â levels. Â Â Delivers Â cots Â FULEVSRROWRZHOVDQGÂżUHZRRG Â Â Both Â Housekeepers Â and Â Housepersons Â must Â be Â cheerful Â and Â courteous;Íž Â be Â positive Â & Â up-Âbeat;Íž Â be Â familiar Â with Â Basin Â Harbor Â services Â & Â programs Â and Â talk Â about Â them Â at Â HYHU\ RSSRUWXQLW\ DQG ZLOO ÂżQG DQVZHUV WR any Â guest Â questions Â that Â (s)he Â is Â not Â able Â to Â answer. Room Â Inspectors: Â Â 8AM Â to Â 4:30PM Room Â Inspectors Â supervise Â the Â work Â activities Â of Â cleaning Â personnel Â to Â ensure Â clean, Â orderly Â and Â attractive Â guest Â rooms Â and Â cottages, Â function Â rooms Â and Â public Â areas. Â Â This Â is Â a Â hands-Âon Â position Â by Â which Â one Â works Â with Â departmental Â staff Â to Â accomplish Â their Â numerous Â tasks Â and Â inspects Â completed Â work Â to Â be Â sure Â it Â meets Â the Â quality Â standards Â of Â the Â resort. Â Â Requirements: Â HS Â diploma/GED, Â 3 Â years Â hospitality Â experience Â or Â 5 Â years Â supervisory Â experience. Â Â High Â level Â attention Â to Â detail Â and Â customer Â service. Â Strong Â work Â ethic Â and Â follow Â through. Â Â 6HDVRQDO (PSOR\HH %HQHÂżWV (PSOR\HH meals Â during Â work Â in Â the Â cafeteria Â for Â $3.00 Â (includes Â hot Â buffet, Â salad Â bar, Â sandwich Â bar, Â dessert, Â fruit, Â and Â drinks). Â Free Â uniforms. Â Employee Â discounts Â on Â lodging, Â food, Â spa Â and Â property Â activities. Â Â $SSO\RQOLQHDWwww.basinharbor.com/jobs
Feed Commodities International is ORRNLQJIRUGHSHQGDEOHZRUNHUVWRĂ€OO second shift mill production positions at both our Middlebury and Vergennes mills. Successful candidates must be at least 18 years of age, have the ability to lift 75 lbs. on a regular basis, and should have a valid driverâ€™s license. Dairy experience is a plus. 7KHVHDUHIXOOWLPHSRVLWLRQVRĎ?HULQJ competitive wages with a generous EHQHĂ€WV SDFNDJH WKDW LQFOXGHV SDLG WLPHRĎ?KHDOWKDQGOLIHLQVXUDQFHDQG a company matching retirement plan. ,QWHUHVWHGFDQGLGDWHVVKRXOGĂ€OORXWDQ DSSOLFDWLRQDWRXUPDLQRĎžFHORFDWHG at 47 Feed Mill Lane in Middlebury.
COLLEGE STREET CHILDRENâ€™S CENTER EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR The College Street Childrenâ€™s Center is looking for a nurturing, creative, enthusiastic infant/ toddler teacher to join our team of childcare professionals. The position is guaranteed 20 hours a week, with more hours available, and begins as soon as possible. Person must have flexibility to work varied hours. Infant/Toddler experience and a dgree in Early Childhood Education or related field is preferred. Send resume and 3 letters of reference by May 16th to: Jenne Morton College Street Childrenâ€™s Center $PMMFHF4USFFUt.JEEMFCVSZ 75
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RetroWorks, Â HOPEâ€™s Â charity Â resale Â store, Â seeks: SALES Â ASSOCIATE Â â€“ Â 29.5 Â hours Â a Â week, Â with Â consistent Â schedule. Â Â Must Â EH SK\VLFDOO\ ÂżW DEOH WR PXOWLWDVN KDYHJRRGFDVKUHJLVWHUDQGFXVWRPHU service Â skills. Â Â WAREHOUSE Â Â ASSISTANT Â â€“ Â 29.5 Â hours Â a Â week, Â Tuesday Â through Â Saturday. Â 0XVW EH PRWLYDWHG PHFKDQLFDOO\ LQFOLQHG DEOH WR OLIW KHDY\ LWHPV DQG KDYH H[FHOOHQW FXVWRPHU VHUYLFH VNLOOV a Â valid Â driversâ€™ Â license Â and Â clean Â record. Â Â Forklift Â experience Â helpful. Â Â 6HQG UHVXPH FRYHU OHWWHU DQG FRQWDFW LQIRUPDWLRQ IRU HPSOR\PHQW references Â to;Íž Â dclark@hope-Âvt.org Â or Â Personnel, Â Â P. Â O. Â Box Â 165, Â Middlebury Â Vermont Â 05753. Â Â No Â phone Â calls Â or Â walk Â in Â inquiries Â please. Â EOE.
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CAREGIVER Â NEEDED Â FOR Â ELDERLY Â woman Â in Â wheel-Â chair. Â Experience Â preferred. Â Call Â for Â details. Â 802-Â382-Â4017.
ADMINISTRATIVE Â ASSIS-Â TANT. Â Seeking Â an Â organized, Â energetic Â administrative Â pro-Â fessional Â for Â a Â full-Âtime Â posi-Â tion. Â We Â are Â a Â small, Â support-Â ive Â team Â providing Â services Â to Â individuals Â with Â major Â mental Â health Â conditions. Â We Â need Â someone Â to Â assist Â with Â com-Â munication Â systems Â and Â other Â administrative Â tasks Â related Â to Â program Â operations. Â You Â are Â a Â detail-Âoriented Â self-Âstarter Â who Â has Â excellent Â com-Â puter Â skills, Â a Â proven Â ability Â to Â juggle Â multiple Â priorities Â and Â will Â thrive Â in Â a Â non-Âprofit, Â mission-Âdriven Â environment. Â Transcription Â / Â data Â entry Â skills Â preferred. Â This Â is Â a Â 37.5 Â hour Â / Â week Â position Â with Â benefits. Â Respond Â to Â CSAC Â HR, Â 89 Â Main Â Street, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753; Â 802-Â388-Â6751, Â ext. Â 425, Â or Â visit Â www.csac-Âvt.org.
DEVELOPMENTAL Â HOME Â SOUGHT Â in Â the Â ACSU Â school Â district Â for Â 19 Â yr. Â old Â man Â with Â mild Â intellectual Â disability. Â He Â enjoys Â school, Â participating Â in Â the Â household, Â social Â activities Â and Â chatting. Â Focus Â of Â the Â home Â is Â on Â skill Â development Â as Â he Â matures. Â Needs Â a Â home Â that Â can Â provide Â structured Â support Â around Â daily Â activi-Â ties Â and Â emotional Â support Â as Â he Â navigates Â adolescence. Â Generous Â annual Â tax-Âfree Â sti-Â pend Â of Â $23,400 Â plus Â room Â and Â board Â payment Â of Â around Â $8,400, Â as Â well Â as Â a Â respite Â budget. Â Call Â Sarah Â Muss Â at Â Community Â Associates Â at Â 802-Â388-Â4021.
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AMERICAN Â FLATBREAD Â MIDDLEBURY Â HEARTH Â is Â seeking Â a Â host Â for Â our Â restau-Â rant. Â If Â you Â enjoy Â working Â in Â a Â fast-Âpaced, Â fun Â environment Â and Â have Â an Â upbeat, Â positive Â attitude Â stop Â by Â for Â application. Â Weâ€™re Â located Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works, Â downtown Â Middlebury. Â Previous Â experience Â helpful. Â EOE.
MIDDLEBURY Â UNION Â HIGH Â SCHOOL Temporary Foreign Language Middlebury Union High School has a vacancy for a temporary 1.0 FTE Foreign Language Teacher (Spanish and French; however, 1 or other is acceptable) beginning August 20, 2014 through approximately January 20, 2015. Successful candidate must have an appropriate 9-12 Licensure. Apply by sending letter of interest, resume, three current reference letters, complete transcripts and evidence of licensure to: Dr. Peter Burrows, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury,VT 05753 Application deadline: May 24, 2014 E.O.E
AUTOMOTIVE Â TECHNICIAN Â NEEDED. Â Must Â be Â knowledg-Â able Â in Â all Â aspects Â of Â repair. Â ASE-Âcertified Â helpful, Â but Â not Â required. Â Techs Â are Â also Â on Â wrecker Â rotation. Â Any Â towing Â experience Â is Â helpful. Â Apply Â in Â person Â or Â send Â resume Â to Â Mikeâ€™s Â Auto, Â 19A Â Elm Â St, Â Middlebury, Â VT.
Part-time Sales Associates & Deli People Apply in person or pick up application at:
Basin Â Harbor Â Club, Â recognized Â as Â one Â of Â the Â Best Â Places Â to Â Work Â in Â Vermont Â in Â 2014, Â is Â getting Â ready Â for Â our Â 128th Â season Â on Â Lake Â Champlain. Â Â We Â are Â currently Â accepting Â applications Â for Â multiple Â seasonal Â full-Âtime Â positions Â for Â May Â through Â October. Â Certain Â candidates Â could Â be Â eligible Â for Â on-Âproperty Â housing. Â Â
Maplefields â€“ Shoreham Service Center Corner of Routes 22a & 74 Shoreham, VT EOE
Fine Â Dining Â Room Â Floor Â Supervisors/ Â Captains Fine Â Dining Â Room Â Servers Â & Â Assistants Banquet Â Set-Âup Â Supervisor Â / Â Captain Banquet Â Set-Âup Â Staff
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Porter Â Medical Â Center Â is Â looking Â for Â self Â motivated Â and Â dependable Â Registered Â Nurses, Â Licensed Â Practical Â Nurses, Â and Â Licensed Â Nursing Â Assistants. Â Various Â shifts Â are Â currently Â available. Â Current Â VT Â licensure Â required.
For Â full Â position Â listings Â and Â to Â apply Â on Â line Â got Â to Â www.basinharbor.com/jobs. Â Must Â be Â willing Â and Â able Â to Â pass Â a Â background Â check Â prior Â to Â employment.
Porter Â Medical Â Center Â offers Â competitive Â SD\ D FRPSUHKHQVLYH EHQHÂżWV SDFNDJH D generous Â 403(b) Â plan, Â paid Â vacation Â and Â tuition Â reimbursement. Â
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BLUEBERRY Â HILL Â INN. Â Gardening, Â maintenance, Â housekeeping, Â wait Â and Â dish Â staff Â for Â summer Â and Â fall Â sea-Â sons, Â possibly Â longer. Â Part Â to Â full-Âtime. Â Live-Âin Â opportunity Â possible. Â Some Â hospitality Â experience Â preferred, Â but Â will Â train. Â Wage Â commensurate Â with Â experience Â and Â commit-Â ment. Â Weekends Â required. Â Please Â send Â letter Â of Â inter-Â est Â and Â / Â or Â resume Â to: Â info@ blueberryhillinn.com, Â or Â call Â to Â arrange Â a Â visit. Â 802-Â247-Â6735. AWAKE, Â THIRD, Â WEEKEND Â and Â per Â diem Â shift Â openings Â for Â compassionate Â â€œUniver-Â sal Â Careâ€? Â Staff Â in Â our Â loving Â and Â family-Âoriented Â residen-Â tial Â care Â home, Â under Â new Â management. Â We Â incorporate Â holistic Â approaches Â through Â organic Â nutrition, Â integrative Â medicine Â and Â a Â wide Â range Â of Â community Â activities. Â Ex-Â perience Â with Â providing Â per-Â sonal Â care Â required. Â If Â you Â are Â a Â reliable Â team Â player Â and Â enjoy Â working Â with Â our Â aging Â community, Â please Â send Â your Â resume Â to Â Lori@livin-Â gwellvt.org, Â fax Â attention Â to Â Lori Â at Â 802-Â453-Â6661 Â or Â call Â 802-Â453-Â3946. BANKRUPTCY: Â CALL Â to Â find Â out Â if Â bankruptcy Â can Â help Â you. Â Kathleen Â Walls, Â Esq. Â 802-Â388-Â1156.
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PRODUCTION Â COOK Â â€” Â MID-Â DLEBURY Â NATURAL Â Foods Â Co-Âop Â seeks Â experienced Â full-Âtime Â Production Â Cook. Â Ide-Â al Â candidate Â has Â professional Â kitchen Â experience Â including Â food Â sanitation Â training, Â excel-Â lent Â customer Â service Â skills, Â fa-Â miliarity Â with Â natural Â foods Â and Â desire Â to Â learn Â more. Â Seeking Â staff Â with Â ability Â to Â multi-Âtask, Â work Â well Â as Â part Â of Â a Â team Â and Â lift Â 50 Â pounds. Â Our Â staff Â enjoy Â the Â benefits Â of Â working Â with Â great Â people Â and Â great Â food, Â and Â a Â generous Â store Â discount. Â Additional Â benefits Â available. Â See Â our Â website Â (www.middleburycoop.com) Â for Â more Â benefit Â details Â and Â for Â our Â employment Â application. Â E X P E R I E N C E D Â C O O K . Â Complete Â our Â application Â to Â FRIENDLY Â fast-Âpaced Â fam-Â be Â considered. ily-Âstyle Â restaurant Â seeks Â full-Âtime, Â team-Âoriented Â per-Â RESIDENTIAL Â INSTRUC-Â son. Â Noon Â â€” Â 8:00 Â p.m. Â shifts Â TOR Â sought Â for Â a Â home Â in Â to Â include Â one Â weekend Â night. Â Middlebury Â for Â a Â woman Â in Â her Â Apply Â Halfway Â House Â Restau-Â 30â€™s Â with Â mild Â developmental Â rant, Â Shoreham. disability. Â Be Â a Â member Â of Â a Â team Â supporting Â the Â develop-Â ment Â of Â home Â management Â skills, Â friendships, Â interests, Â LOCAL Â BUSINESS Â SEEKS Â emotional Â regulation Â and Â good Â part-Âtime Â bookkeeper. Â Position Â communication. Â Most Â impor-Â will Â perform Â A/P, Â A/R Â and Â pay-Â tant Â skills Â are Â flexible Â thinking Â roll Â functions. Â Position Â will Â also Â and Â the Â ability Â to Â maintain Â per-Â put Â together Â bank Â deposits, Â sonal Â boundaries. Â Prior Â expe-Â and Â generate Â invoices. Â Candi-Â rience Â with Â community Â mental Â dates Â should Â have Â prior Â book-Â health Â is Â a Â plus. Â Full-Âtime Â with Â keeping Â experience, Â strong Â 1 Â overnight Â and Â 3 Â days Â off Â computer Â skills Â and Â experi-Â per Â week. Â Annual Â compensa-Â ence Â with Â QuickBooks; Â have Â tion Â in Â mid-Â$20Kâ€™s Â with Â com-Â ability Â to Â multi-Âtask, Â and Â have Â prehensive Â benefit Â package. Â strong Â organizational Â skills. Â Respond Â to Â CSAC Â HR, Â 89 Â Position Â works Â part-Âtime, Â Main Â Street, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â approximately Â 20 Â hours Â per Â 05753, Â 802-Â388-Â6751, Â ext. Â month. Â Apply Â to Â dfh05735@ 425, Â or Â visit Â www.csac-Âvt.org. yahoo.com. ROOM Â AND Â BOARD Â for Â MIDDLEBURY Â BEEF Â HAS Â the Â summer. Â Available Â at Â an Â opening Â for Â 30-Â40 Â hours Â the Â shores Â of Â Lake Â Cham-Â per Â week. Â Some Â deli Â work, Â plain Â in Â exchange Â for Â light Â along Â with Â overall Â store Â duties. Â housekeeping Â and Â yard Â Must Â be Â at Â least Â 18 Â years Â of Â work, Â plus Â pay. Â Please Â call Â age Â and Â willing Â to Â work Â dif-Â 802-Â353-Â6188. Â Must Â have Â ferent Â shifts. Â Available Â shifts Â drivers Â license Â and Â vehicle. are: Â 8:00 Â a.m Â â€” Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â and Â SERVICE Â COORDINATOR, Â 12:00 Â or Â 1:00 Â to Â 9:00 Â p.m. Â Community Â Associates Â Pro-Â Nights Â and Â weekends Â a Â must. Â gram. Â 30 Â hrs. Â Develop, Â coor-Â Pick Â up Â applications Â at Â store Â dinate Â and Â monitor Â supports Â on Â Rte. Â 7 Â South. for Â individuals Â with Â develop-Â MIDDLEBURY Â NATURAL Â mental Â disabilities, Â TBI, Â and Â FOODS Â CO-ÂOP Â seeks Â Pre-Â elders. Â Potential Â work Â with Â pared Â Foods Â / Â Deli Â Manager. Â offender Â population. Â Need Â Strong Â fiscal, Â operational Â skills Â and Â experience Â (3+ Â and Â people Â skills Â needed. Â yrs.) Â in Â human Â services, Â good Â Experience Â motivating Â 20+ Â boundaries, Â ability Â to Â identify Â staff Â with Â ability Â to Â model Â ex-Â concerns Â and Â problem Â solve, Â ceptional Â customer Â service, Â excellent Â writing Â / Â documen-Â knowledge Â of Â natural, Â local Â tation Â skills, Â flexibility Â and Â and Â organic Â food Â prepara-Â adaptability. Â Qualifications Â tion. Â Full-Âtime Â position Â with Â also Â include Â a Â B.A. Â degree Â competitive Â compensation Â and Â good Â driving Â record. Â and Â excellent Â benefits. Â Benefit Â Benefit Â package Â includes Â details Â and Â our Â application Â are Â medical, Â dental, Â life Â insur-Â on Â our Â website: Â www.middle-Â ance, Â generous Â paid Â time Â burycoop.com. Â Send Â letter Â off. Â Respond Â to Â CSAC Â HR, Â of Â interest, Â resume Â and Â our Â 89 Â Main Â Street, Â Middlebury, Â application Â to: Â Search Â Com-Â VT Â 05753; Â 802-Â388-Â6751, Â ext. Â mittee, Â Middlebury Â Natural Â 425, Â or Â visit Â www.csac-Âvt.org. Foods Â Co-Âop, Â 1 Â Washington Â SHAWâ€™S Â SUPERMARKETS Â St., Â Middlebury Â 05753 Â or Â hr@ HAS Â an Â immediate Â need Â for Â middleburycoop.com. an Â Assistant Â Produce Â Man-Â PRIME, Â INC Â COMPANY Â ager Â for Â our Â Middlebury, Â VT Â DRIVERS Â and Â independent Â store. Â Management Â experi-Â contractors Â for Â refrigerated Â ence Â necessary. Â Supermar-Â tanker Â and Â flatbed Â needed. Â ket Â experience Â preferred. Â Plenty Â of Â freight Â and Â great Â pay. Â Weekends, Â holidays, Â flexible Â Start Â with Â prime Â today! Â Call Â schedule Â required. Â Please Â ap-Â 800-Â277-Â0212 Â or Â apply Â online Â ply Â online Â at Â www.shaws.com. at Â www.driveforprime.com.
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SUBSTITUTE Â POSITIONS Â just Â for Â the Â summer Â or Â be-Â yond. Â A Â variety Â of Â work Â and Â a Â variety Â of Â hours Â available Â supporting Â adults Â with Â intel-Â lectual Â disabilities Â in Â their Â daily Â lives. Â Ideal Â for Â college Â students, Â you Â need Â good Â common Â sense Â and Â weâ€™ll Â train Â you Â on Â the Â rest. Â The Â Counseling Â Service Â of Â Ad-Â dison Â County Â is Â a Â dynamic Â and Â prosocial Â workplace. Â HS Â diploma Â or Â equivalent, Â must Â pass Â background Â checks. Â Contact Â CSAC Â HR, Â 89 Â Main Â St., Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753, Â 802-Â388-Â6751 Â or Â visit Â www. csac-Âvt.org. Â EOE.
SAWMILLS Â FROM Â ONLY Â $4,897. Â Make Â and Â save Â mon-Â ey Â with Â your Â own Â bandmill. Â Cut Â lumber Â any Â dimension. Â In Â stock, Â ready Â to Â ship. Â Free Â info Â / Â DVD: Â www.NorwoodSaw-Â mills.com, Â 1-Â800-Â578-Â1363, Â ext. Â 300N.
ADDISON Â 2 Â APARTMENTS Â AVAILABLE. Â 2-Â3 Â bedrooms. Â $1,000 Â to Â $1,500 Â / Â m onth. Â Heat Â and Â electric Â included. Â No Â pets, Â no Â smoking. Â Karla Â 377-Â7445.
SUMMER Â HELP Â â€” Â CLEAN-Â ING, Â LAUNDRY, Â errands, Â help Â out Â in Â kitchen, Â etc. Â at Â summer Â residence Â on Â Lake Â Champlain Â just Â north Â of Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club, Â Vergennes. Â Three Â to Â four Â days Â a Â week, Â 3 Â hours Â per Â day Â (exact Â sched-Â ule Â flexible). Â Pay Â $16 Â / Â hour, Â from Â July Â 2 Â â€” Â September Â 14. Â Send Â brief Â resume Â to Â don-Â firstname.lastname@example.org
For Â Sale 2006 Â COPPER Â CANYON Â 5th Â wheel Â camper Â (25 Â ft.). Â Green Â / Â beige Â interior. Â Swivel Â rock-Â ers, Â hide-Âa-Âbed Â couch Â and Â queen Â bed. Â Large Â slide-Âout Â in Â kitchen Â / Â dining Â / Â living Â room Â area. Â Private Â toilet Â w/sepa-Â rate Â shower. Â A/C. Â Lots Â of Â storage Â and Â extras. Â Excel-Â lent Â condition, Â a Â must-Âsee! Â $15,500. Â Call Â 802-Â497-Â0945. AFFORDABLE Â HEAT Â WITH Â a Â Maxim Â Outdoor Â Wood Â Pel-Â let Â Furnace Â by Â Central Â Boiler. Â Burns Â wood Â pellets. Â Boivin Â Farm Â Supply. Â 802-Â475-Â4007. EZ Â SPORT Â RECUMBENT Â BICYCLE Â for Â sale. Â $750. Â Mint Â condition. Â 802-Â759-Â3205. GLENWOOD-ÂN Â CAST Â IRON Â wood Â cook Â stove. Â Still Â in Â use. Â Make Â an Â offer. Â 802-Â758-Â2265. HANG-ÂUPS Â INVERSION Â TABLE, Â excellent Â condi-Â tion, Â $130. Â NordicTrack Â Leg Â Shaper, Â strengthens Â lower Â back. Â $75. Â 802-Â352-Â4314. L AW N Â A N D Â G A R D E N Â EQUIPMENT Â in Â very Â good Â condition. Â Tillers, Â aerator, Â shredder Â / Â grinder, Â pole Â trim-Â mer, Â pole Â chainsaw, Â wheel-Â barrow, Â etc. Â 21 Â Crescent Â Street, Â Bristol, Â 802-Â453-Â3593. P R I VA C Y Â H E D G E S Â â€” Â BLOWOUT Â sale Â 6 Â foot Â arbor-Â vitae Â (cedar). Â Regular Â $129, Â now Â $59. Â Free Â installation Â / Â free Â delivery. Â Call Â today, Â lim-Â ited Â supply: Â 518-Â536-Â1367, Â w w w. l o w c o s t t r e e s . c o m . Â Beautiful Â and Â nursery Â grown.
A U TO M O T I V E Â R E PA I R Â S P A C E Â A V A I L A B L E . Â TORO Â RIDING Â LAWNMOW-Â D o u b l e Â b a y Â g a r a g e Â o n Â ER. Â Excellent Â condition. Â 15.5 Â high-Âtraffic Â Rte. Â 7 Â in Â Middle-Â hp. Â Must Â see. Â Asking Â $750. Â bury Â for Â lease. Â Please Â call Â 802-Â462-Â2366. 518-Â572-Â2666 Â for Â details.
BRANDON Â ONE Â BR. Â $650, Â one Â person; Â $700, Â two Â per-Â Lawn Â and Â sons. Â Includes Â heat, Â snow Â and Â rubbish Â removal. Â Dam-Â Garden age Â deposit, Â first Â monthâ€™s Â BARK Â MULCH, Â BULK. Â Natu-Â rent, Â one Â year Â lease Â re-Â ral, Â black Â and Â red. Â Can Â de-Â quired. Â No Â smoking Â or Â pets. Â liver. Â 14 Â Corona Â St. Â Brandon. Â 802-Â247-Â0115. 802-Â247-Â3144. B R A N D O N Â P R I V A T E Â ROOM, Â bath Â and Â entrance Â for Â rent Â in Â my Â home. Â $450 Â For Â Rent / Â m onth Â includes Â utilities, Â wi-Âfi, Â laundry Â facilities, Â gar-Â 2 Â BEDROOM, Â FIRST Â floor Â bage. Â Between Â Brandon Â and Â apartment, Â with Â office, Â in Â Mid-Â Middlebury, Â off Â Rte. Â 7. Â Call Â dlebury Â at Â 85 Â Court Â Street. Â 802-Â353-Â1144. Full Â basement Â with Â laundry Â hook-Âups. Â Available Â June Â BRANDON, Â CHARMING Â 2 Â 1. Â $1,000 Â / Â mo. Â plus Â utilities. Â bedroom Â apartment, Â remod-Â Deposit, Â credit Â check Â and Â eled Â kitchen Â / Â bath, Â walk-Âin Â references Â required. Â No Â pets Â closets, Â private Â entry Â way Â or Â smoking. Â No Â exceptions. Â / Â laundry Â area, Â storage Â ar-Â 802-Â352-Â6678. eas, Â desirable Â parking. Â $840 Â / Â mo. Â Heat Â and Â W/S Â included. Â 2 Â BR Â BRANDON Â $650 Â + Â 802-Â352-Â4700. utilities. Â 802-Â773-Â9107 Â www. thefuccicompany.com. BRANDON; Â 3 Â BEDROOM, Â 2 Â bath Â 1880â€™s Â farmhouse Â 2 , 0 0 0 Â S Q U A R E Â F E E T Â set Â amidst Â beautiful Â scenery Â Professional Â office Â space Â in Â Brandon. Â $1,200 Â / Â month Â in Â Middlebury, Â multi-Âroom. Â + Â utilities. Â Hardwood Â floors, Â Ground Â level, Â parking, Â handi-Â large Â rooms, Â extra Â storage Â capped-Âaccessible. Â Available Â room, Â w/d Â hookup, Â pets Â ne-Â now. Â 802-Â558-Â6092. gotiable. Â References Â and Â se-Â curity Â deposit Â required. Â Avail-Â able Â now. Â Call Â 781-Â259-Â0229.
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Itâ€™s Â against Â the Â law Â to Â discriminate Â when Â advertising Â housing Particularly Â on Â sites Â like Â Craigslist. And Â itâ€™s Â easier Â to Â break Â the Â law Â than Â you Â might Â think. Â You Â canâ€™t Â say Â â€œno Â childrenâ€? Â or Â â€œadults Â only.â€? Â There Â is Â lots Â you Â canâ€™t Â say. Â The Â federal Â government Â is Â watching Â for Â such Â discrimination. Let Â us Â help Â you Â sift Â through Â the Â complexities Â of Â the Â Fair Â Housing Â Law. Â Stay Â legal. Â Stay Â on Â the Â right Â side Â of Â the Â nationâ€™s Â Fair Â Housing Â Law. Â Call Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â at Â (802) Â 388-Â4944. Talk Â to Â our Â sales Â professionals.
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EAST Â MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â one Â bedroom, Â includes Â heat, Â electric Â and Â hot Â water, Â $850. Â No Â pets. Â Call Â after Â 4:00 Â p.m. Â 802-Â388-Â7716.
AVAILABLE NOW 2 Bedroom Apartments rent $805 -Â $830 including heat. Great location, 30 minutes to Rutland, 5 minutes to downtown Brandon. Call Chantel today at 802-Â247-Â0165 or email: cmaclachlan@ summitpmg.com
BRANDON; Â LARGE, Â SPA-Â CIOUS, Â 1 Â bedroom Â apart-Â ment, Â second Â floor, Â eat-Âin Â kitchen. Â Plenty Â of Â storage, Â off-Âstreet Â parking. Â Heat, Â wa-Â ter, Â power, Â snow Â plowing Â included. Â First Â month Â and Â damage Â deposit. Â $780 Â / Â mo. Â Pets Â negotiable. Â Available Â immediately. Â 802-Â989-Â9514, Â 802-Â247-Â9898. BRISTOL, Â DOWNTOWN, Â LARGE Â 2 Â room Â studio; Â per-Â fect Â for Â massage, Â dance, Â yoga, Â artists Â and Â / Â or Â writers. Â 775 Â sq.ft. Â with Â private Â bath, Â hardwood Â floors, Â ceiling Â fans, Â lots Â of Â natural Â light. Â Ideal Â for Â classes Â of Â all Â kinds. Â $485 Â / Â mo. Â Call Â 802-Â989-Â1518. BRISTOL Â â€” Â NEW Â SCHOOL Â HOUSE Â office Â suites Â located Â in Â Bristolâ€™s Â Old Â High Â School Â complex Â on Â the Â green Â is Â now Â renting. Â Five Â separate Â one Â and Â two Â room, Â newly Â renovated, Â offices Â with Â a Â common Â waiting Â area, Â con-Â ference Â room, Â bathroom Â and Â kitchenette. Â Rent Â includes Â heat, Â electricity Â and Â shared Â wi-Âfi. Â The Â 5 Â suites Â range Â from Â 377 Â s.f. Â up Â to Â 648 Â s.f. Â Two Â of Â the Â suites Â are Â single Â rooms. Â Three Â have Â an Â inner Â and Â outer Â office. Â Newly Â refinished Â floors, Â painted Â trim, Â ceiling Â fans Â and Â lighting. Â Tenants Â choose Â the Â wall Â colors. Â The Â first Â year Â of Â lease Â will Â have Â 2 Â free Â months Â and Â first Â ten-Â ant Â to Â sign Â a Â lease Â will Â get Â a Â third Â month Â free Â rent. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â4065 Â or Â twells@ wellslaw.com Â for Â more Â info.
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VERGENNES; Â 273 Â MAIN Â Street, Â available Â June Â 1. Â Quiet, Â sunny Â renovated Â 2 Â bedroom Â apartment. Â Full Â bath, Â laundry Â hookups, Â large Â porch, Â parking, Â heat Â M I D D L E B U RY Â H O U S E Â and Â hot Â water Â included. Â $ Â 920 Â SHARE. Â Furnished, Â W/D, Â / Â month. Â Call Â only Â 8am-Â8pm. Â wifi. Â Utilities Â included. Â No Â 802-Â377-Â7135. smoking Â or Â pets. Â References. Â First, Â last Â and Â $300 Â secu-Â WEST Â ADDISON: Â 2 Â story, Â rity Â deposit. Â Credit Â check. Â furnished Â house Â on Â lakefront. Â $600 Â / Â mo. Â Month-Âto-Âmonth. Â Washer, Â dryer. Â No Â smoking. Â 802-Â989-Â3097. Available Â September Â through Â May. Â 860-Â653-Â8112. MIDDLEBURY Â ON Â RT Â 7 Â North. Â Small Â 1 Â bedroom Â house. Â No Â pets, Â no Â smok-Â Wood Â Heat i n g . Â $ 9 0 0 Â / Â m o n t h . Â C a l l Â 802-Â349-Â7557. M I D D L E B U RY, Â N E W LY Â RENOVATED Â 3 Â bedroom Â house. Â $1,400 Â / Â mth Â plus Â utili-Â ties. Â No Â smoking, Â no Â pets. Â 388-Â6363.
Real Â Estate FARM Â FOR Â SALE Â in Â New Â Haven Â and Â Waltham. Â 192 Â acres Â â€” Â includes Â 165 Â acres Â of Â cropland Â / Â pasture. Â Barns, Â bunk Â silos, Â shed. Â Restricted Â by Â conservation Â easement Â and Â option Â to Â purchase Â at Â ag Â value. Â Vermont Â Land Â Trust Â seeks Â buyers Â who Â will Â farm Â commercially. Â $330,000. Â Contact Â Jon Â Ramsay Â at Â 802-Â533-Â7705 Â or Â jramsay@ vlt.org. Â www.vlt.org Â / Â tracey-Â farm. LEICESTER Â 6.8 Â ACRES, Â $59,000. Â Very Â nice Â build-Â ing Â site Â surveyed, Â septic Â design Â included. Â Ready Â to Â build Â on, Â with Â all Â permits. Â Owner Â financing. Â Call Â Wayne Â 802-Â257-Â7076.
ADDISON Â COUNTY Â FIRE-Â WOOD. Â Premium Â hardwoods Â cut, Â split Â and Â delivered. Â Custom Â sizes Â available. Â For Â SKYLINE Â MOBILE Â HOME. Â PA N TO N Â L A K E F R O N T. Â honest, Â reliable Â service Â call Â 14â€? Â x Â 60â€?, Â 2 Â bedrooms, Â 1 Â 802-Â238-Â7748. $1,800 Â / Â m onth Â plus Â utili-Â bath. Â Newer Â remodel Â with Â ties. Â 4 Â bedrooms, Â 3 Â bath-Â FIREWOOD; Â CUT, Â SPLIT Â metal Â pitched Â roof. Â Updated Â rooms, Â 2 Â car Â garage. Â A Â dog Â and Â delivered. Â Green Â or Â sea-Â Frigidaire Â & Â Whirlpool Â appli-Â is Â negotiable. Â No Â smoking. Â soned. Â Call Â Tom Â Shepard, Â ances, Â furnace, Â A/C, Â ther-Â One-Âyear Â lease. Â Karla Â at Â 802-Â453-Â4285. mopane Â windows, Â berber Â 802-Â377-Â7445. carpet. Â $17,000, Â includes Â GREEN Â FIREWOOD. Â Mixed Â transport, Â setup, Â blocking, Â ROOM Â TO Â RENT Â in Â Bran-Â hardwoods. Â $200 Â / Â cord. Â $100 Â d o n . Â $ 1 2 0 Â p e r Â w e e k . Â / Â half Â cord. Â Also Â chunk Â wood Â vinyl Â skirting, Â front Â steps. Â 877-Â999-Â2555. 802-Â417-Â4157. available. Â Delivery Â available. Â SELF Â STORAGE, Â 8â€™X10â€™ Â Call Â 802-Â545-Â2144. units. Â Your Â lock Â and Â key, Â MOUNTAIN Â ROAD Â FIRE-Â Att. Â Farmers $55 Â / Â m onth. Â Middlebury, Â WOOD. Â Green Â and Â partially Â 802-Â558-Â6092. seasoned Â available. Â Oak, Â HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â First Â cut Â $3 Â / Â square Â bale. Â First Â cut Â SOUTH Â STARKSBORO Â 2 Â ash, Â maple, Â beech. Â Order Â round Â bales Â $30. Â Mike Â Quinn, Â now Â and Â save Â for Â next Â sea-Â bedroom Â mobile Â home Â on Â end Â of Â South Â Munger Â Street, Â owner-Âoccupied Â lot. Â $875 Â / Â son. Â Cut, Â split Â and Â delivered. Â Middlebury. Â 802-Â388-Â7828. Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095. month Â plus Â utilities. Â Security Â deposit Â required. Â Includes Â MULCH Â HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â W/D, Â water, Â sewer, Â trash Â Delivery Â available. Â Call Â removal, Â snow Â plowing Â and Â for Â pricing. Â 802-Â453-Â4481, Â Real Â Estate lawn Â care. Â No Â smoking, Â no Â 8 0 2 -Â 3 4 9 -Â 9 2 8 1 , Â o r Â pets. Â References Â required. Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â RUSTIC Â cabin Â 802-Â989-Â1004. on Â 1.7 Â acres Â in Â Salisbury Â 802-Â453-Â4856. with Â 320â€™ Â of Â Lake Â Dunmore Â TORO Â LX-Â500 Â LAWNMOW-Â frontage Â across Â Route Â 53 Â ER, Â $700. Â Locknow Â 575 Â mix-Â with Â sundeck Â and Â dock Â on Â er Â wagon Â with Â stainless Â steel Â water. Â Beautiful Â swimming Â interior, Â $7,500. Â Post Â pound-Â and Â sunsets. Â Quiet Â and Â pri-Â er, Â $500. Â 802-Â453-Â3870. vate. Â $249,900. Â Serious, Â W H I T N E Y â€™ S Â C U S T O M Â qualified Â buyers Â only Â please. Â FARM Â WORK. Â Pond Â agi-Â 802-Â352-Â6678. tating, Â liquid Â manure Â haul-Â 2010 Â SKYLINE Â MOBILE Â ing, Â drag Â line Â aerating. Â Call Â HOME. Â Like Â new. Â 14â€™X66â€™, Â 3 Â for Â price. Â 462-Â2755, Â John Â bedrooms, Â 2 Â full Â baths, Â extra Â Whitney. insulation, Â ceiling Â fans Â and Â WORK Â WANTED. Â Driving Â many Â extras. Â 10â€™x22â€™ Â insu-Â truck Â or Â tractor Â work Â full Â or Â lated Â porch. Â Must Â be Â moved. Â part-Âtime. Â 802-Â877-Â6231 Â or Â Available Â now. Â New, Â reduced Â 802-Â355-Â5705. price: Â $28,500. Â Paul Â Stone, Â Orwell. Â 802-Â770-Â9270.
BRISTOL Â LARGE Â ONE Â bed-Â room Â apartment. Â Walking Â distance Â to Â town. Â No Â pets. Â No Â smoking. Â $695 Â / Â month Â plus Â utilities Â and Â deposit. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â0730. S T O R A G E Â S P A C E S , Â CLIMATE Â CONTROL Â STOR-Â 11â€™X28â€™. Â Large Â overhead Â AGE Â now Â available Â in Â New Â doors, Â extra Â high Â ceilings. Â Haven. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â5563. Will Â accommodate Â large Â campers, Â boats Â or Â lots Â of Â PA N TO N Â L A K E F R O N T. Â stuff. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â8394. $1,500 Â / Â m onth Â plus Â utili-Â ties. Â 3 Â bedrooms, Â 1 Â bath. Â VERGENNES Â COMMER-Â F u l l y Â f u r n i s h e d Â h o u s e . Â CIAL Â 10-ÂYEAR Â lease. Â 1,300 Â Month-Âto-Âmonth Â lease. Â No Â sq. Â ft. Â $1,500 Â / Â month Â plus Â pets, Â no Â smoking. Â Karla Â at Â utilities. Â Karla Â 377-Â7445. 802-Â377-Â7445.
VOLVO Â 2004, Â AWD Â 4 Â door Â 45 Â OCEANFRONT Â ACRES Â sedan. Â Good Â condition. Â overlooking Â Bay Â of Â Fundy, Â $6,000. Â OBO. Â 802-Â388-Â6414. Digby Â Neck, Â Nova Â Scotia. Â Solar Â powered Â summer Â cabin. Â Complete Â privacy. Â Trucks $250,000. Â firm. Â www.fun-Â dygetaway.com 2002 Â CHEVY Â SILVERADO Â CHANNEL Â WATERFRONT Â DIESEL Â 2500 Â HD Â series Â ex-Â COTTAGES. Â Unique Â 1, Â 2, Â tended Â cab, Â short Â box, Â tow-Â 3+ Â bdrm., Â kitchens, Â sandy Â ing, Â package, Â 87,500 Â miles. Â beach, Â walk Â to Â Weirs Â Beach, Â 897-Â5127. restaurants, Â attractions, Â shopping Â and Â convenience. Â Very Â clean Â and Â comfort-Â Wanted able, Â A/C, Â free Â wi-Âfi, Â docks, Â outdoor Â fireplace, Â tiki Â bar Â ANTIQUES Â WANTED. Â Local Â with Â stereo Â and Â outdoor Â TV, Â 3rd Â generation Â dealer, Â free Â gas Â grills, Â great Â hospitality Â verbal Â appraisals. Â Call Â Brian Â and Â service, Â pets Â welcome. Â Bittner Â at Â 802-Â272-Â7527 Â or Â Think Â summer, Â call Â now. Â visit Â www.bittnerantiques. 603-Â366-Â4673, Â www.chan-Â com. nelcottages.com.
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 33
Â Mt. Â Abe Â student Â charged Â Â +++++++++++++++ TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY SELECT BOARD MEETING with Â aggravated Â assault Â 78(6'$<0D\Â‡30 BRISTOL Â â€” Â Bristol Â police Â arrested Â a Â student Â who Â they Â allege Â assaulted Â another Â student Â on Â school Â grounds Â this Â past Â Wednesday. According Â to Â police, Â Bristol Â resi-Â dent Â Jacob Â True Â Lathrop, Â 18, Â was Â a Â passenger Â in Â a Â car Â that Â pulled Â into Â the Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â parking Â lot Â on Â May Â 7. Â A Â student Â who Â knew Â Lathrop Â report-Â edly Â called Â out Â to Â him, Â allegedly Â making Â â€œteasing Â remarks.â€? Â Police Â said Â Lathrop Â got Â out Â of Â the Â car, Â
grabbed Â the Â schoolmate Â by Â the Â neck Â and Â lifted Â the Â youngster Â off Â the Â ground. Â A Â staff Â member Â who Â witnessed Â the Â incident Â commanded Â Lathrop Â to Â let Â the Â schoolmate Â go, Â police Â said, Â and Â Lathrop Â allegedly Â threw Â the Â other Â student Â to Â the Â ground. Police Â arrested Â Lathrop Â the Â following Â day. Â He Â is Â due Â to Â answer Â the Â aggravated Â assault Â charge Â in Â Addison Â County Â Superior Â Court, Â criminal Â division, Â at Â a Â later Â date.
Public Notices Pages Â 33 Â & Â 34. Addison (1)
Challenger Ctr. of Vt. (1)
Addison Co. Sup. Court (1)
Addison NE Supervisory Union â€“ M.A.U.H.S. (1)
Addison NE Supervisory Union â€“ V.U.H.S. (1)
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Patricia Hannaford Career Ctr. (1) Weybridge (1)
Bristol (1) TOWN OF LEICESTER NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Lister Â Grievance Â Hearings Â will Â be Â held Â on Â May Â 20, Â 2014 Â from Â 9am Â -Â12pm Â and Â 1pm Â -Â Â SPDWWKH/HLFHVWHU/LVWHUVÂś2IÂżFHORFDWHG at Â 44 Â Schoolhouse Â Road Â in Â the Â town Â of Â Leicester. Leicester Â Listers Â (802) Â 247-Â5961 Â x Â 2 email@example.com 5/5, Â 8, Â 12, Â 15, Â 19
TOWN OF BRISTOL
Dump Truck for Sale The Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â will Â be Â accepting Â bids Â for Â the Â sale Â of Â a Â 2004 Â International Â Model Â 7600 Â tandem Â dump Â truck Â with Â side Â dump Â body, Â including Â Tenco Â plow Â and Â wing Â equipment, Â CAT Â C12 Â engine Â (385 Â h.p.), Â 8 Â speed Â Double Â L Â transmission, Â 66,000 Â GVW, Â approximately Â 106,000 Â miles, Â in Â good Â condition. Â The Â Select-Â board Â reserves Â the Â right Â to Â reject Â any Â or Â all Â bids Â received. Â Minimum Â $30,000 Â bids Â only. Â Bids Â are Â due Â by Â 10:00 Â am Â on Â Fri-Â day, Â May Â 16th, Â 2014 Â and Â may Â be Â mailed Â to Â PO Â Box Â 249 Â Bristol, Â VT Â 05443 Â or Â hand Â delivered Â to Â 1 Â South Â Street Â in Â Bristol. Â Truck Â will Â be Â available Â for Â transfer Â of Â title Â on Â May Â 20, Â 2014. Â For Â more Â information Â or Â to Â schedule Â a Â viewing, Â contact Â Road Â Foreman Â Peter Â Bouvier Â at Â 453-Â4707, Â Monday Â â€“Thursday Â 7 Â am Â to Â 3 Â pm. Tractor for Sale The Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â will Â be Â accept-Â ing Â bids Â for Â the Â sale Â of Â a Â 1985 Â Kubota Â Model Â L Â 2250 Â tractor Â with Â a Â 3 Â point Â hitch, Â P.T.O., Â 22 Â h.p., Â with Â approximately Â 910 Â hours, Â snow Â blower Â in Â excellent Â shape, Â cab Â heater, Â lights, Â wipers Â and Â tires Â in Â good Â shape, Â cab Â in Â fair Â condition. Â The Â Selectboard Â reserves Â the Â right Â to Â reject Â any Â or Â all Â bids Â received. Â Minimum Â $2,900 Â bids Â only. Â Bids Â are Â due Â by Â 10:00 Â am Â on Â Friday, Â May Â 16th, Â 2014 Â and Â may Â be Â mailed Â to Â PO Â Box Â 249 Â Bristol, Â VT Â 05443 Â or Â hand Â delivered Â to Â 1 Â South Â Street Â in Â Bristol. Â Equipment Â will Â be Â available Â on Â May Â 20, Â 2014. Â For Â more Â information Â or Â to Â schedule Â a Â viewing, Â contact Â Road Â Fore-Â man Â Peter Â Bouvier Â at Â 453-Â4707 Â Monday Â â€“Thursday Â 7 Â am Â to Â 3 Â pm. 5/5, Â 8, Â 12
CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER OF VERMONT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
The Â Board Â requests Â that Â interested Â parties Â submit Â a Â proposal Â for Â a Â feasibility Â study. Â Instructions Â for Â the Â RFP Â can Â be Â found Â on Â our Â website: Â www.challengervt.org. Â Â Any Â questions Â should Â be Â forwarded Â to Â Tim@ fcidc.com. Â Â All Â proposals Â must Â be Â submitted Â by Â 5:00 Â p.m Â on Â June Â 12, Â 2014. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 5/12
TOWN OF ADDISON ROAD DEBRIS REMINDER With Â the Â arrival Â of Â Spring Â comes Â the Â pos-Â sibility Â of Â debris Â on Â the Â roads. Â The Â Town Â of Â Addison Â would Â like Â to Â remind Â residents Â that Â it Â is Â illegal Â and Â dangerous Â to Â leave Â de-Â bris Â on Â the Â roads. Â Please Â take Â a Â moment Â to Â clean Â up Â behind Â you Â for Â the Â safety Â of Â everyone. Addison Â Select Â Board 5/12
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TOWN OF LEICESTER PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Â Â The Â Leicester Â Zoning Â Board Â of Â Adjustment Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â Tuesday, Â May Â 27, Â DW WKH /HLFHVWHU 7RZQ 2IÂżFH DW SPWRFRQVLGHUWKHIROORZLQJDSSOLFDWLRQ Â Â Â (11-Â14-ÂZBA) Â applicant Â Elizabeth Â Herrmann, Â Architect Â for Â property Â owner Â Wellarkes Â VT Â LLC, Â for Â property Â at Â 91 Â Catamount Â Drive, Â Leicester, Â VT, Â for Â setback Â waiver Â for Â a Â screened Â in Â porch Â to Â be Â added Â to Â residence Â on Â parcel Â #212127 Â in Â Lake Â 1 Â Zoning Â District. Â Â Â Â Application Â is Â available Â for Â inspection Â at Â the Â 7RZQ &OHUNÂśV 2IÂżFH 6FKRROKRXVH 5G Leicester, Â VT Â during Â regularly Â scheduled Â hours. Â Participation Â in Â this Â proceeding Â is Â a Â prerequisite Â to Â the Â right Â to Â take Â any Â subsequent Â appeal. Â Â Peter Â Fjeld, Â ZBA Â Chairman 5/12 Â May Â 12, Â 2014
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++++++++++++++ AGENDA PATRICIA A. HANNAFORD CAREER CENTER WED., MAY 14, 2014 5:00PM
1. Â Introduction Â of Â Board Â Members 2. Â Visitors Â Comments Â 3. Â Correspondence 4. Â Report Â from Â the Â Chair Â Consent Agenda 5. Â 1. Â Minutes Â of Â April Â 9, Â 2014 Â Â 6. Â 2. Â Monthly Â A/P Â for Â May Â Â a. Â Adult Â Program Â b. Â Revolving Â c. Â Directorâ€™s Â Orders Action Agenda 7. Â Resignation Â of Â Guidance Â Coordinator Â 8. Â Policy Â 2.1 Â â€“Treatment Â of Â Students 9. Â Policy Â 2.2 Â â€“Treatment Â of Â Staff 10. Â Approve Â Art Â credit Â for Â part-Âtime Â A.R.T Â Â Â Â Â Â Â students 11. Â Approve Â embedded Â Math Â credit Â for Â Â Â Â Â Â Forestry 12. Â Ratify Â Support Â Staff Â Contract 13. Â Approve Â 2014-Â15 Â Perkins Â Plan Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Informational Agenda 14. Â Superintendentâ€™s Â Report 15. Â Facility Â Committee Â Report 16. Â Budget/Policy Â Report 17. Â Executive Â Session Â â€“ Â (If Â needed) 18. Â Policy Â 4.1 Â Governing Â Style Â -Â Â Board Â 5/12 Â Â Â Â Â Â Evaluation
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
ADDISON NORTHWEST SUPERVISORY UNION CHILD DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION DAYS (SCREENING)
Â The Â Addison Â Northwest Â Supervisory Â Unionâ€™s Â Early Â Education Â Program Â has Â set Â the Â dates Â for Â the Â Spring Â 2014 Â Child Â Development Â Information Â Days. Â All Â children Â who Â will Â be Â 3 Â or Â 4 Â by Â September Â 1, Â 2014 Â in Â the Â towns Â of Â Addison, Â Ferrisburgh, Â Panton, Â Vergennes, Â and Â Waltham Â are Â invited Â to Â participate. Â Â Â All Â Information Â Days Â (screenings) Â will Â be Â held Â at Â the Â Preschool Â in Â Vergennes. Â Screenings Â will Â begin Â on Â Monday, Â June Â 2nd Â and Â run Â through Â Thursday, Â June Â 5th. Â Â These Â child Â oriented Â days Â will Â provide Â parents Â and Â preschool Â staff Â with Â the Â opportunity Â to Â observe Â each Â child Â in Â a Â variety Â of Â play-Âbased Â activities Â in Â a Â natural Â environment. Â Each Â visit Â will Â take Â approximately Â one Â hour. Â During Â this Â time Â we Â will Â be Â observing Â your Â childâ€™s Â play Â in Â the Â following Â areas: Â motor, Â communication, Â language, Â social Â and Â concept Â development. Â Â If Â you Â have Â a Â preschool Â age Â child Â and Â would Â like Â him/her Â to Â participate, Â please Â call Â 877-Â2700 Â between Â the Â hours Â of Â 8:30 Â am Â and Â 2:30 Â pm Â during Â the Â weeks Â of Â May Â 5th Â and Â May Â 12th Â for Â an Â appointment. Â Appointments Â are Â necessary! Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 5/5, Â 12
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 168-Â7-Â12 Ancv
EVERBANK Â Plaintiff Â v. JERRY Â W. Â RULE Â II Â A/K/A Â JERRY Â W. Â RULE Â JR;Íž Â VERMONT Â DEPARTMENT Â OF Â TAXES;Íž Â Defendants Â Â NOTICE OF SALE By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Jerry Â W. Â Rule Â II Â a/k/a Â Jerry Â W. Â Rule Â Jr Â and Â Denise Â Rule Â to Â Chittenden Â Trust Â Co. Â d/b/a Â Mortgage Â Service Â Center, Â its Â successors Â and/or Â assigns, Â dated Â March Â 24, Â 2003 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 57 Â at Â Page Â 280 Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport Â Land Â Records, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder Â by Â Assignment Â of Â Mortgage Â recorded Â on Â March Â 9, Â 2009 Â in Â Book Â 73 Â at Â Page Â 525, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purpose Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 12:30 Â p.m. Â on Â June Â 9, Â 2014 Â at Â 3274 Â Route Â 22A, Â Bridport, Â VT Â 05734 Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage, To Â Wit: Â Â Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Jerry Â W. Â Rule, Â Jr. Â and Â Dennise Â Rule Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Lawrence Â J. Â Kaufmann Â and Â Patricia Â M. Â Kaufmann Â dated Â May Â 29, Â 2002, Â recorded Â in Â the Â Bridport Â Land Â Records Â in Â Book Â 54 Â at Â Page Â 157, Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â therein Â as Â follows: Â Â â€œBeing Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Lawrence Â J. Â Kaufmann Â and Â Patricia Â M. Â Kaufmann Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Stephen Â C. Â Cooke, Â Sr. Â dated Â July Â 19, Â 1996, Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 43 Â at Â Page Â 123 Â of Â the Â Bridport Â Land Â Records, Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â therein Â as Â follows: Â Â â€˜Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises, Â together Â with Â dwelling Â house Â and Â all Â other Â improvements Â now Â thereon, Â described Â in Â and Â conveyed Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Robert Â B. Â Taylor Â to Â Stephen Â C. Â Cooke, Â the Â Grantor Â and Â Laurette Â R. Â Cooke, Â dated Â June Â 8, Â 1967, Â and Â of Â record Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport Â Land Â Records Â in Â Book Â 22 Â at Â Page Â 397. Â In Â aid Â hereof Â reference Â is Â made Â to Â â€œPARCEL Â 5â€? Â in Â a Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Laurette Â Quesnel Â Cooke Â to Â Stephen Â Charles Â Cooke, Â the Â Grantor, Â dated Â December Â 20, Â 1974, Â and Â of Â record Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport Â Land Â Records Â in Â Book Â 24 Â at Â Pages Â 401-Â403. Being Â a Â parcel Â of Â land Â described Â and Â bounded Â as Â follows: Â Â Easterly Â by Â Vermont Â Route Â 22A;Íž Â Southerly Â by Â Park Â Avenue Â (also Â known Â as Â Bridport Â Town Â Highway Â No. Â 29);Íž Â Westerly Â in Â part Â by Â land Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport;Íž Â and Â Westerly Â in Â part Â and Â Northerly Â by Â land Â of Â the Â Roman Â Catholic Â Diocese. Â Â The Â hereby Â conveyed Â lands Â and Â premises Â are Â conveyed Â subject Â to Â any Â presently Â valid Â so-Â called Â power Â line Â and/or Â communications Â line Â easement/right Â of Â way Â of Â record Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport Â Land Â Records Â that Â affect Â them.â€™ Â Â Also Â being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Lawrence Â J. Â Kaufmann Â and Â Patricia Â M. Â Kaufmann Â by Â Quit Â Claim Â Deed Â of Â Shaw Â Farms, Â Inc. Â dated Â December Â 4, Â 1996, Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 43 Â at Â Page Â 446 Â of Â the Â Bridport Â Land Â Records. Â Â Subject Â to Â utility Â easements Â of Â record.â€? Â Â The Â public Â sale Â may Â be Â adjourned Â one Â or Â more Â times Â for Â a Â total Â time Â not Â exceeding Â 30 Â days, Â without Â further Â court Â order, Â and Â without Â publication Â or Â service Â of Â a Â new Â notice Â of Â sale, Â by Â announcement Â of Â the Â new Â sale Â date Â to Â those Â present Â at Â each Â adjournment Â or Â by Â posting Â notice Â of Â the Â adjournment Â in Â a Â conspicuous Â place Â at Â the Â location Â of Â the Â sale. Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â WREHSDLGLQFDVKRUE\FHUWLÂżHGFKHFNE\WKHSXUFKDVHUDWWKHWLPHRIVDOH with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport. Â Â The Â Mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. EverBank, Â David Â A. Â Carlson, Â Esq. Shechtman Â Halperin Â Savage, Â LLP Â Â 1080 Â Main Â Street, Â Pawtucket, Â RI Â Â 02860 5/12, Â 19, Â 26 Â 877-Â575-Â1400 Â Â Â Attorney Â for Â Plaintiff
PAGE Â 34 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 2014
Public Notices Pages 33, Â 34 TOWN OF WEYBRIDGE -Â NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ZONING REGULATIONS
The Â Weybridge Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â at Â 7:00 Â on Â May Â DWWKH:H\EULGJH7RZQ2IÂżFHV 1727 Â Quaker Â Village Â Rd, Â Weybridge, Â VT Â to Â consider Â the Â adoption Â of Â a Â general Â revi-Â sion Â of Â the Â Zoning Â Ordinances. Â This Â hear-Â ing Â is Â held Â pursuant Â to Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â 4441 Â and Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â 4444(b). The Â purposes Â of Â the Â revision Â are Â to: Â‡%ULQJWKH=RQLQJLQWRFRQIRUP Â ance Â with Â the Â Town Â Plan Â adopted Â in Â Â Â September Â of Â 2011. Â‡,QFRUSRUDWHWKHPDQGDWRU\SHUPLW Â reform Â requirements Â of Â Act Â 115 Â and Â Â Â the Â most Â current Â legislative Â amendments Â to Â 24 Â VSA Â Chapter Â 117. Â‡0DNHWKHGHÂżQLWLRQVSURFHGXUHV Â review Â standards Â and Â interpretations Â Â Â consistent Â with Â recent Â decisions. Â‡7RXSGDWHWKHDSSURYHG]RQLQJPDSRI Â the Â town Â of Â Weybridge. The Â proposed Â regulations Â include Â the Â following Â new Â provisions Â which Â the Â Plan-Â ning Â Commission Â feels Â are Â noteworthy: Â‡$GMXVWPHQWVRIODQGXVHGHQVLW\ Â regulations Â and Â districts Â to Â encourage Â Â Â a Â more Â established Â village Â center Â in Â Â Â the Â â€œWeybridge Â Hillâ€? Â area Â and Â to Â Â Â Â encourage Â traditional Â compact Â growth Â Â Â patterns Â within Â this Â area Â and Â in Â other Â Â Â existing Â areas Â of Â population Â and Â Â Â development Â within Â Weybridge. Â‡&UHDWLRQRIWKHRSWLRQIRUDGGLWLRQDO Â smaller Â lots Â in Â various Â parts Â of Â town Â to Â Â Â encourage Â more Â affordable Â housing Â Â Â and Â greater Â diversity Â of Â population Â in Â Â Â Weybridge Â‡0DLQWHQDQFHRIWKHUXUDOFKDUDFWHURI Â the Â town Â outside Â the Â Weybridge Â Hill Â Â Â area Â and Â other Â existing Â areas Â of Â Â Â population Â and Â development. Â‡8SGDWHGSHUIRUPDQFHVWDQGDUGV Â‡1HZUHJXODWLRQVDQGDSSURDFKHV ZLWKLQĂ€RRGKD]DUGDUHDV Â‡8SGDWHGVWDWHPHQWVDQGUHTXLUHPHQWV Â regarding Â renewable Â energy. The Â above Â is Â a Â summary Â of Â the Â princi-Â pal Â change Â provisions. Â The Â proposed Â regulations Â affect Â all Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Wey-Â bridge. Â Copies Â of Â the Â Zoning Â Ordinances Â with Â proposed, Â tracked Â changes Â may Â be Â obtained Â at Â or Â the Â full Â document Â may Â be Â YLHZHGDWWKH7RZQ2IÂżFHV4XDNHU Village Â Rd, Â Weybridge, Â VT Â during Â regular Â business Â hours. Following Â is Â the Â Table Â of Â Contents: ZONING $UWLFOH,Âą,QWURGXFWLRQ $UWLFOH,,Âą=RQLQJ'LVWULFWVDQG'LVWULFW Â Â Â Standards $UWLFOH,,,Âą'HYHORSPHQW5HYLHZ $UWLFOH,9Âą*HQHUDO5HJXODWLRQV $UWLFOH9Âą)ORRG+D]DUG$UHD Â Â Â Regulations $UWLFOH9,Âą$GPLQLVWUDWLRQDQG Â Â Â Â Enforcement $UWLFOH9,,Âą'HÂżQLWLRQV For Â further Â information Â please Â call Â Jan Â Albers Â of Â the Â Planning Â Commission Â at Â (802) Â 545-Â2321 Â or Â Scott Â Wales, Â Town Â Clerk Â at Â (802) Â 545-Â2450. Weybridge Â Planning Â Commission %<-DQ$OEHUV&KDLU 5/12, Â 15, Â 19, Â 22
Graduates (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) ding Â me,â€™â€? Â was Â Shelley Â Harrisonâ€™s Â reaction Â to Â the Â unfortunate Â May Â 18 Â trifecta Â that Â will Â prevent Â the Â two Â parents Â from Â attending Â all Â three Â cer-Â emonies. Â Son Â Robbie, Â 24, Â will Â be Â earning Â his Â diploma Â from Â the Â Boston Â University Â School Â of Â Law. Â Son Â Sean, Â 22, Â will Â be Â earning Â his Â undergradu-Â ate Â degree Â from Â Hobart Â College Â in Â Geneva, Â N.Y. Â And Â daughter Â Morgan Â will Â be Â earning Â her Â undergraduate Â diploma Â from Â the Â University Â of Â Ver-Â mont. Of Â course Â since Â the Â three Â â€œI think Harrison Â sib-Â in a way lings Â are Â not Â they feel triplets, Â their Â bad about respective Â aca-Â demic Â roads Â not being took Â some Â de-Â able to be tours Â in Â con-Â at each cluding Â on Â the Â same Â day. othersâ€™ ceremonies. All Â three Â graduated Â in Â We like to different Â years Â do things from Â Middle-Â bury Â Union Â as a High Â School, Â family.â€? just Â like Â their Â â€” Shelley parents. Harrison Robbie, Â the Â ÂżUVW WR JUDGX-Â ate, Â enrolled Â at Â Boston Â University. Â He Â earned Â a Â bachelorâ€™s Â degree Â in Â busi-Â ness Â administration, Â then Â elected Â to Â stay Â on Â at Â B.U. Â to Â attend Â law Â school. Sean Â did Â a Â post-Âgraduate Â year Â at Â the Â Holderness Â School Â in Â Plymouth, Â N.H., Â before Â enrolling Â at Â Hobart. Morgan Â went Â straight Â from Â MUHS Â graduation Â to Â UVM Â in Â 2010. This Â put Â all Â three Â students Â on Â pace Â for Â graduation Â in Â 2014, Â but Â they Â nev-Â er Â imagined Â that Â all Â three Â institutions Â would Â hold Â their Â commencement Â services Â on Â the Â same Â day.
ADDISON NORTHEAST SUPERVISORY UNION REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION
Â Â ANESU Â requests Â proposals Â from Â vendors Â wishing Â to Â provide Â contracted Â instructional Â services Â for Â special Â education Â for Â 2014-Â 15 Â school Â year. Â Â This Â annual Â procedure Â is Â being Â instituted Â for Â purpose Â of Â complying Â with Â federal Â guidelines Â for Â use Â of Â grant Â funds Â often Â applied Â to Â services. Â Â The Â supervisory Â union Â will Â receive Â sealed Â proposals Â for Â the Â following Â contracted Â services Â related Â to Â the Â provision Â of Â special Â education: Â Â Occupational Â therapy, Â Physical Â therapy, Â Intensive Â behavior Â support Â services, Â Psychological Â services. Â Â Period Â of Â Contract: Â Â ANESU Â will Â enter Â into Â written Â agreements Â through Â a Â Memorandum Â RI 8QGHUVWDQGLQJ IURP D TXDOLÂżHG YHQGRU for Â period Â of Â 7/1/2014 Â â€“ Â 6/30/2015. Â Â Copy Â of Â request Â for Â proposals Â is Â available Â from Â ANESU Â website Â at Â www.anesu.org Â DQG DW $1(68 6XSHULQWHQGHQWÂśV 2IÂżFH between Â 8AM Â -Â Â 4PM, Â Monday Â through Â )ULGD\ SULRU WR GDWH VSHFLÂżHG WR VXEPLW proposals. Â Â Service Â proposals Â should Â be Â directed Â to Â the Â attention Â of: Â Â Susan Â Bruhl, Â Special Â Education Â Director, Â ANESU, Â 72 Â Munsil Â Avenue, Â Suite Â 601, Â Bristol, Â VT Â 05443 Â and Â must Â be Â received Â no Â later Â than Â 4:00 Â PM Â Friday, Â May Â 30, Â 2014. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 5/12, Â 15
ROBBIE Â Â HARRISON
MIDDLEBURY Â RESIDENTS Â JIM Â and Â Shelley Â Harrison Â have Â three Â chil-Â dren Â graduating Â from Â college Â this Â year, Â all Â on Â May Â 18. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
â€œI Â was Â hoping Â the Â B.U. Â School Â of Â Law Â (graduation) Â would Â be Â on Â a Â Friday Â or Â Saturday,â€? Â Shelley Â la-Â mented. Jim Â and Â Shelley Â Harrison Â have Â often Â made Â the Â approximately Â 700-Â mile Â triangle Â trip Â between Â Boston, Â Geneva Â and Â Burlington Â in Â the Â past Â to Â see Â their Â three Â children. Â But Â theyâ€™ve Â never Â had Â to Â do Â it Â in Â one Â day. Â The Â May Â 18 Â ceremonies Â are Â so Â close Â together Â that Â it Â would Â preclude Â D UDSLGÂżUH ÂłWRXU GH FROOHJHVÂ´ IRU the Â couple. Â So Â they Â have Â decided Â to Â sort Â it Â out Â diplomatically. Â Shelley Â will Â attend Â Morganâ€™s Â graduation Â at Â UVM;Íž Â Jim Â will Â see Â Sean Â get Â his Â di-Â ploma Â at Â Hobart;Íž Â and Â grandparents Â Janice Â and Â Jerry Â Munson Â will Â see Â
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Robbieâ€™s Â commencement Â ceremony Â in Â Boston. â€œAll Â of Â us Â were Â at Â Robbieâ€™s Â under-Â graduate Â ceremony,â€? Â Shelley Â noted, Â reasoning Â the Â oldest Â son Â might Â not Â feel Â as Â left Â out Â by Â not Â having Â a Â par-Â ent Â present Â this Â time Â around. â€œAt Â least Â we Â will Â have Â all Â made Â one Â (graduation Â ceremony Â on Â May Â 18),â€? Â Jim Â Harrison Â said. Â â€œThen Â we Â will Â have Â one Â big Â party Â for Â every-Â one.â€? The Â three Â siblings Â understand Â their Â parentsâ€™ Â quandary Â and Â do Â not Â fault Â them Â for Â having Â to Â improvise. â€œI Â think Â in Â a Â way Â they Â feel Â bad Â about Â not Â being Â able Â to Â be Â at Â each Â othersâ€™ Â ceremonies,â€? Â Shelley Â said. Â â€œWe Â like Â to Â do Â things Â as Â a Â family.â€? And Â while Â the Â family Â will Â be Â di-Â vided Â on Â May Â 18, Â a Â common Â bond Â of Â pride Â will Â envelop Â them Â all Â on Â that Â big Â day. Â Sean Â Harrison Â ex-Â SODLQHG WKDW WKHLUV LV WKH ÂżUVW JHQ-Â eration Â of Â siblings Â in Â the Â family Â to Â all Â graduate Â from Â college. Sean Â said Â he Â knows Â what Â his Â mom Â would Â be Â doing Â if Â she Â were Â able Â to Â be Â at Â his Â graduation. Âł0\ ÂżUVW UHDFWLRQ WR KHDULQJ WKH news Â was, Â â€˜Whatâ€™s Â mom Â going Â to Â think? Â She Â always Â wants Â pictures,â€™â€? Â he Â said. Jim Â Harrison Â said Â he Â and Â his Â wife Â will Â be Â thinking Â about Â all Â three Â chil-Â dren Â on Â May Â 18. â€œWe Â were Â proud Â the Â day Â they Â were Â born, Â and Â theyâ€™re Â still Â making Â us Â proud,â€? Â he Â said. Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEAN Â Â HARRISON
MORGAN Â Â HARRISON
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â May Â 12, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 35
UVM Â fall Â deanâ€™s Â list Â announced BURLINGTON Â â€” Â The Â follow-Â ing Â students Â have Â been Â named Â to Â the Â deanâ€™s Â list Â for Â the Â fall Â 2013 Â semester Â at Â the Â University Â of Â Vermont: Ashley Â Brunet Â of Â Addison, Â a Â Medical Â Laboratory Â Sciences Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sciences;Íž Â Morgen Â Clark Â of Â Addison, Â a Â Molecular Â Genetics Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sci-Â ences;Íž Â Asa Â Hunt Â of Â Addison, Â a Â Bio-Â logical Â Science Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sciences;Íž Â Nina Â Gage Â of Â Brandon, Â an Â Environmen-Â tal Â Studies Â major Â in Â the Â Rubenstein Â School Â of Â Environment Â & Â Natural Â Resources;Íž Â Jenna Â Munger Â of Â Bran-Â don, Â a Â Medical Â Laboratory Â Sciences Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sciences;Íž Â Matthew Â Clayton Â of Â Bristol, Â a Â Medical Â Laboratory Â Sci-Â ences Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nurs-Â ing Â & Â Health Â Sciences;Íž Â and Â Kensey Â Hanson Â of Â Bristol, Â an Â Environmen-Â tal Â Studies Â major Â in Â the Â Rubenstein Â School Â of Â Environment Â & Â Natural Â Resources. Also, Â Heath Â Hescock Â of Â Bristol, Â an Â Electrical Â Engineering Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Math-Â ematical Â Sciences;Íž Â Adam Â Pouliot Â of Â Bristol, Â a Â Business Â Administration Â major Â in Â the Â School Â of Â Business Â Ad-Â ministration;Íž Â Katrina Â Smith Â of Â Bris-Â tol, Â a Â Professional Â Nursing Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sciences;Íž Â Sylvia Â Sword Â of Â Bristol, Â a Â Theater Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Eliza Â Mayer Â of Â Corn-Â wall, Â an Â Elementary Â Education Â K-Â6 Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Education Â & Â Social Â Services;Íž Â Brent Â Thomas Â of Â East Â Middlebury, Â a Â Music Â Education Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Education Â & Â Social Â Services;Íž Â Brian Â Kilbride Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â a Â Mechanical Â Engi-Â neering Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â En-Â gineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â Emily Â Magoon Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â a Â English Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â and Â April Â Mentzer Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â a Â Social Â Work Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Education Â & Â Social Â Services. Also, Â Stephen Â Van Â Wyck Â of Â Fer-Â risburgh, Â an Â Electrical Â Engineering Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â Kathleen Â VanWyck Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â a Â Dietet-Â ics Â Nutrition Â & Â Food Â Sciences Â ma-Â jor Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sciences;Íž Â Kelsey Â Scarborough Â of Â Leicester, Â a Â Dietetics Â Nutrition Â & Â Food Â Sciences Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sciences;Íž Â Bela Â Dobkowski Â of Â Lincoln, Â a Â Business Â Administration Â major Â in Â the Â School Â of Â Business Â Administration;Íž Â Sarah Â Thomas Â of Â Lincoln, Â a Â Professional Â Nursing Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sciences;Íž Â Grace Â Buckles Â of Â Middlebury, Â a Â Religion Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sci-Â ences;Íž Â Mychaella Â Devaney Â of Â Mid-Â dlebury, Â a Â Psychology Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Reed Â Messner Â of Â Middlebury, Â a Â Computer Â Science Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â En-Â gineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â Seth Â Jewett Â of Â New Â Haven, Â an Â Un-Â declared Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â En-Â gineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â John Â Mlcuch Â of Â New Â Haven, Â a Â Biol-Â ogy Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â
Sciences;Íž Â and Â Gerald Â Fitz-ÂGerald Â of Â North Â Ferrisburgh, Â a Â Sustainable Â Landscape Â Horticulture Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sci-Â ences. Also, Â Lane Â Kessler Â of Â North Â Fer-Â risburgh, Â an Â Undeclared Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Math-Â ematical Â Sciences;Íž Â Viscaya Â Wagner Â of Â North Â Ferrisburgh, Â a Â Studio Â Art Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sci-Â ences;Íž Â Eben Â Schumacher Â of Â Ripton, Â an Â Undeclared Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Hannah Â Domas Â of Â Rochester, Â a Â Studio Â Art Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Abigail Â Hybl Â of Â Rochester, Â an Â Unde-Â clared Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Danielle Â Mishkit Â of Â Rochester, Â a Â Public Â Communication Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sciences;Íž Â Hugh Â Randall Â of Â Rochester, Â a Â Psychology Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Em-Â ily Â Martin Â of Â Roxbury, Â a Â Elementary Â Education Â K-Â6 Â major Â in Â the Â Col-Â lege Â of Â Education Â & Â Social Â Ser-Â vices;Íž Â Mariko Â Totten Â of Â Salisbury, Â a Â Mathematics Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sci-Â ences;Íž Â Anna Â Waldron Â of Â Shoreham, Â an Â Environmental Â Engineering Â ma-Â jor Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â and Â Char-Â lotte Â Paul Â of Â Starksboro, Â a Â Profes-Â sional Â Nursing Â major Â in Â the Â College Â
of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sciences. Also, Â Rachael Â Zeno Â of Â Starksboro, Â an Â Exercise Â and Â Movement Â Sciences Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sciences;Íž Â Mallory Â Ketcham Â of Â Sudbury, Â a Â Biology Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Hannah Â Lones Â of Â Sudbury, Â a Â Exercise Â and Â Movement Â Sciences Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Nursing Â & Â Health Â Sci-Â ences;Íž Â Casey Â Brinkman-ÂTraverse Â of Â Vergennes, Â a Â Physics Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Hilary Â Delisle Â of Â Vergennes, Â a Â Mathematics Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â Alexan-Â dria Â Hall Â of Â Vergennes, Â a Â English Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sci-Â ences;Íž Â Devon Â Lane Â of Â Vergennes, Â a Â English Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Jennifer Â Morley Â of Â Vergennes, Â a Â Biochemistry Â ma-Â jor Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Agriculture Â & Â Life Â Sciences;Íž Â Alexander Â Newton Â of Â Vergennes, Â an Â English Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences;Íž Â Melissa Â Partington Â of Â Vergennes, Â an Â Early Â Childhood Â Special Â Education Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Education Â & Â So-Â cial Â Services;Íž Â Tyler Â Sawyer Â of Â Ver-Â gennes, Â a Â Computer Â Science Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Engineering Â & Â Mathematical Â Sciences;Íž Â and Â David Â Viscido Â of Â Vergennes, Â a Â Biological Â Science Â major Â in Â the Â College Â of Â Arts Â & Â Sciences. Â
Middlebury Â Memorial Â Day Â parade Â planners Â ready Â for Â participants MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â American Â Legion Â Post Â 27 Â in Â Middlebury Â is Â planning Â its Â 2014 Â Memorial Â Day Â Parade. Â The Â procession Â on Â Mon-Â day, Â May Â 26, Â begins Â at Â 9 Â a.m. The Â Legion Â welcomes Â groups Â to Â participate Â and Â asks Â that Â they Â con-Â tact Â Post Â 27 Â at Â 388-Â9311 Â to Â reserve Â
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Champlain Valley Properties 101 Court Street, Middlebury VT www.midvthomes.com Outstanding Agents Outstanding Results®
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MIDDLEBURY HORSE PROPERTY – 34 x 48 horse 3 stall barn w/hay storage, 2 run-in sheds ORWV RI SDVWXUH 2QHOHYHO KRPH Z¿UHSODFH LQ LR, a MBR suite, 2 BR’s & guest BA & oversized FDU JDUDJH )LQLVKHG ORZHU OHYHO ZUHFRUGLQJ VWXGLR 7KH DFUHV LQFOXGHV IHQFHG PHDGRZV&RQWDFW%RQQLH*ULGOH\ or ERQQLH#PLGYWKRPHVFRP $332,000
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NEW HAVEN “5 STAR” ENERGY RATED CAPE ±9LHZVRQDFUHVZLWKDVXQQ\RSHQ/5'5 NLW ZPDSOH FDELQHWV DQG ELUFK ZRRG ÀRRUV VW ÀRRU0%5VXLWHPRUH%5¶VXSZGRUPHUVIRU FKDUP OLJKWEDWKVDQG¿QLVKHG//ZLWKD )5DQGGHQ$ORWRIKRXVHDWDJUHDWYDOXH&DOO %RQQLH*ULGOH\RUHPDLObonnie@ PLGYWKRPHVFRP $299,500
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MIDDLEBURY ±6SDFLRXVVXQQ\ZHOOPDLQWDLQHG home w/master BR suite & 3 additional BR’s EDWK (QMR\ ERWK D /5 )5 IRUPDO '5 HDW LQ NLWFKHQ PXGURRP RYHUVL]HG FDU JDUDJH VFUHHQHG SRUFK GHFNV ZDONRXW EDVHPHQW DQG WKH QLFHO\ ODQGVFDSHG DFUH ORW &DOO 1DQF\ )RVWHURUQDQF\#PLGYWKRPHVFRP $374,900
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MIDDLEBURY – This 4-BR, 2 ½-BA home is only 18 years old, and is privately sited on a EHDXWLIXO DFUH ORW LQ D YHU\ QLFH GHYHORSPHQW 0DQ\ ORYHO\ IHDWXUHV LQFOXGH DQ RSHQ NLWFKHQ '5)5FDUJDUDJHIDEXORXV0%5ZODUJHEDWK FORVHWIRUPDO/5DQGRI¿FH&DOO1DQF\)RVWHU DW RU QDQF\#PLGYWKRPHVFRP $378,500
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WEYBRIDGE – Lovely 4 BR, 2 ½ BA home on DFUH ORW ZLWK ORYHO\ )DPLO\ URRP /5 ZJDV ¿UHSODFHIRUPDO'5HDWLQNLWFKHQPXGURRP DWWDFKHGFDUJDUDJH:RQGHUIXOORFDWLRQFORVH WR 0LGGOHEXU\¶V GRZQWRZQ DQG FROOHJH &RQWDFW 1DQF\ )RVWHU DW RU QDQF\# PLGYWKRPHVFRP $279,000