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Vol. 25 No. 36
Monday, November 4, 2013
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Three generations of Eddy clan join cast for popular musical By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Serena Â Eddy-Â Guiles Â has Â used Â the Â stage Â as Â a Â dra-Â matic Â platform Â on Â which Â to Â share Â her Â creativity Â in Â dozens Â of Â theater Â productions Â throughout Â high Â school, Â and Â well Â into Â adulthood Â with Â the Â Middlebury Â Community Â Players. All Â those Â past Â performances Â are Â leading Â up Â to Â what Â Eddy-ÂGuiles Â an-Â ticipates Â could Â be Â the Â most Â memora-Â ble Â role Â in Â her Â life: Â Sharing Â the Â stage Â
with Â three Â generations Â of Â her Â family Â as Â part Â of Â The Â Company Â at Â Town Â Hall Â Theaterâ€™s Â staging Â of Â â€œShrek Â the Â Musical,â€? Â which Â opens Â this Â Thurs-Â day, Â Nov. Â 7. Six Â members Â of Â the Â Eddy-ÂGuiles Â clan Â will Â either Â be Â performing Â on Â stage, Â directing Â behind Â the Â scenes Â or Â making Â music Â for Â what Â will Â be Â WKH ÂżUVW RI PDQ\ SURGXFWLRQV WR EH staged Â by Â The Â Company, Â a Â home-Â grown Â professional Â thespian Â troupe Â
that Â will Â be Â based Â at Â the Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. â€œShrek Â the Â Musicalâ€? Â is Â based Â on Â the Â Oscar-Âwinning Â DreamWorks Â ÂżOPIHDWXULQJWKHKXPRURXVDQGSRL-Â gnant Â story Â of Â a Â homely Â ogre Â (Shrek) Â who Â shows Â up Â to Â rescue Â a Â feisty Â princess Â (Fiona). Â The Â cast Â includes Â a Â talkative Â donkey, Â a Â short-Âtempered Â villain, Â and Â more Â than Â a Â dozen Â other Â IDLU\ WDOH PLVÂżWV DFFRUGLQJ WR WKH (See Â Family, Â Page Â 20)
Program offers hope for drivers who lose licenses By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â Having Â oneâ€™s Â driverâ€™s Â license Â suspended Â can Â be Â the Â punish-Â ment Â that Â keeps Â on Â penalizing. Â Not Â having Â access Â to Â a Â vehicle Â for Â a Â substantial Â length Â of Â time Â can Â prevent Â the Â offender Â from Â getting Â to Â doctorsâ€™ Â appoint-Â ments, Â to Â family Â events Â and Â (See Â DLS, Â Page Â 30)
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86'$VWDWHSURJUDPVEHQHÂżWORFDOIDUPV By Â ZACH Â DESPART SHOREHAM Â â€” Â As Â anyone Â in Â Addison Â County Â knows, Â farming Â isnâ€™t Â easy, Â especially Â for Â farmers Â who Â are Â new Â to Â the Â business. Â But Â a Â litany Â of Â USDA Â programs Â can Â help Â
farmers Â get Â on Â their Â feet. Â In Â total, Â the Â Rural Â Development Â division Â of Â the Â USDA Â pumps Â $5 Â million-Â$10 Â mil-Â lion Â annually Â into Â Addison Â County, Â investing Â in Â farms, Â businesses Â and Â communities, Â according Â to Â Ted Â
Brady, Â state Â director Â of Â the Â Vermont Â and Â New Â Hampshire Â Rural Â Develop-Â ment Â program Â of Â the Â USDA. The Â owners Â of Â Champlain Â Or-Â chards Â in Â Shoreham Â have Â used Â these Â programs Â to Â continually Â increase Â
and Â improve Â their Â operations Â and Â grow Â their Â workforce Â to Â 45 Â employ-Â ees. Â Bill Â Suhr, Â who Â runs Â the Â orchard Â with Â his Â wife, Â Andrea Â Scott, Â believes Â government Â programs Â like Â the Â ones Â (See Â Farm Â aid, Â Page Â 7)
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5DGLRÂśV%UXFH +REEHVSXEOLVKWKHLUÂżUVWERRN 3RSXODUGXRÂżJKW DJDLQVWEXOO\LQJ By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Many Â Ad-Â dison Â County Â residents Â know Â â€œHobbesâ€? Â as Â the Â irrepressible Â little Â dachshund Â who Â has Â joined Â radio Â personality Â Bruce Â Zeman Â on Â the Â lo-Â cal Â airwaves Â for Â the Â past Â three Â years. Well, Â Hobbes Â is Â now Â expanding Â his Â nascent Â media Â empire Â to Â print. Â With Â his Â owner Â Bruce Â Zeman Â lend-Â ing Â him Â a Â voice, Â Hobbes Â in Â Novem-Â EHUZLOOVWDULQWKHÂżUVWRISRWHQWLDOO\ ÂżYHFKLOGUHQÂśVERRNVWKDWZLOOWHOOWKH story Â of Â his Â rescue Â from Â an Â abusive Â home Â and Â hopefully Â help Â kids Â avoid Â and Â overcome Â similar Â situations. Zeman Â and Â his Â wife, Â Tami, Â have Â been Â working Â on Â the Â new Â book Â for Â around Â two Â years. Â He Â called Â Tami Â â€œan Â amazing Â writerâ€? Â who Â has Â tried Â KHUKDQGDWFKLOGUHQÂśVERRNVEHIRUH 7KH\DJUHHGWKDW+REEHVÂśVWRU\ZDV touching Â and Â could Â be Â inspirational Â on Â a Â human Â scale, Â for Â children Â who Â have Â known Â the Â torment Â of Â bullying Â and/or Â domestic Â violence. â€œThe Â way Â I Â had Â seen Â the Â public Â re-Â VSRQG WR +REEHVÂś VWRU\ , VDLG Âľ,ÂśOO GRVRPHUHVHDUFKDQGZHÂśOOVHHZKDW ZH FDQ FRPH XS ZLWKÂśÂ´ =HPDQ UH-Â called. Â â€œAnd Â honestly, Â the Â book Â kind Â of Â wrote Â itself.â€? 7KDWÂśV EHFDXVH +REEHV KDV OHG D very Â eventful Â seven Â years, Â half Â of Â it Â ÂżOOHGZLWKPHPRULHVKHZRXOGSURE-Â ably Â just Â as Â soon Â forget. â€œHe Â had Â a Â really Â bad Â beginning,â€? Â Zeman Â said Â of Â his Â beloved Â sidekick, Â who Â had Â been Â terribly Â abused Â be-Â fore Â being Â rescued Â by Â the Â Addison Â County Â Humane Â Society Â (ACHS) Â in Â November Â 2009. Zeman Â â€” Â whose Â family Â has Â raised Â dachshunds Â for Â 50 Â years Â â€” Â was Â invited Â to Â the Â ACHS Â Home-Â ward Â Bound Â Animal Â Welfare Â Center Â in Â Middlebury Â to Â take Â a Â look Â at Â the Â then-Âsad, Â cowering Â canine. â€œHe Â had Â been Â beaten Â almost Â to Â GHDWKÂ´ =HPDQ VDLG Âł:KHQ , ÂżUVW met Â him Â â€Ś Â I Â was Â shocked Â at Â how Â bad Â he Â looked.â€? Zeman Â had Â previously Â helped Â care Â for Â dogs Â in Â New Â Orleans Â after Â Hur-Â ricane Â Katrina, Â as Â well Â as Â at Â other Â disaster Â sites. Â Hobbes Â was Â one Â of Â the Â worst Â examples Â of Â an Â abused Â dog Â that Â he Â had Â ever Â seen. â€œNothing Â could Â really Â prepare Â
LOCAL Â RADIO Â PERSONALITY Â Bruce Â Zeman Â has Â co-Âauthored Â a Â book Â about Â his Â beloved Â dog, Â Hobbes, Â and Â Hobbesâ€™ Â rescue Â from Â an Â abusive Â home. Â Zeman Â hopes Â the Â book Â will Â be Â helpful Â to Â children Â who Â are Â victims Â of Â abuse Â or Â bullying. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
me Â for Â what Â I Â saw,â€? Â Zeman Â said. Â â€œI Â picked Â him Â up Â out Â of Â the Â crate Â he Â was Â in Â and Â he Â was Â very Â sticky. Â I Â pulled Â my Â hands Â away, Â and Â it Â was Â blood, Â where Â he Â had Â apparently Â been Â thrown Â against Â the Â wall.â€? Zeman Â still Â gets Â choked Â up Â remembering Â the Â state Â in Â which Â he Â found Â Hobbes. Â He Â was Â determined Â that Â day Â to Â make Â sure Â the Â dog Â was Â given Â a Â new Â lease Â on Â life. â€œI Â sent Â a Â photo Â of Â him Â to Â my Â ZLIH ÂŤ DQG VKH VDLG Âľ:H FDQÂśW OHDYHKLPWKHUHÂśÂ´=HPDQVDLG6R they Â decided Â to Â adopt Â him. The Â couple Â took Â Hobbes Â in Â for Â a Â trial Â run Â to Â make Â sure Â the Â dog Â could Â again Â trust Â in Â humans. Â Gradually, Â Hobbes Â came Â out Â of Â his Â shell Â and Â then Â a Â bond Â formed Â between Â him Â and Â his Â new Â family. â€œI Â picked Â him Â up Â and Â I Â looked Â ULJKWLQWRKLVH\HVDQGVDLGÂľ1RRQH LV HYHU JRLQJ WR KXUW \RX DJDLQÂśÂ´ Zeman Â said. Hobbes Â was Â â€” Â and Â continues Â to Â be Â â€” Â somewhat Â afraid Â of Â strangers. Â But Â he Â has Â overcome Â a Â lot Â of Â anxiety Â in Â a Â short Â period Â of Â time.
,W ZDVQÂśW ORQJ EH-Â fore Â Zeman Â started Â sharing Â sto-Â ries Â about Â his Â new Â dog Â while Â doing Â his Â show, Â at Â the Â time Â on Â WVTK Â 92.1 Â FM Â in Â Middlebury. Â Listeners Â seemed Â to Â get Â enjoyment Â out Â of Â the Â VWRULHV DQG LW ZDVQÂśW ORQJ EHIRUH Hobbes Â accompanied Â Zeman Â to Â the Â station, Â culminating Â in Â the Â dachs-Â hund Â getting Â equal Â billing Â as Â part Â of Â the Â â€œWake-Âup Â Crew Â with Â Bruce Â & Â Hobbes,â€? Â now Â heard Â on Â Farm Â Fresh Â 102.9 Â FM.
Hobbes Â is Â the Â only Â canine Â in Â Vermont Â history Â to Â be Â hon-Â ored Â as Â a Â police Â K-Â9 Â in Â three Â communities, Â Middlebury, Â Vergennes Â and Â Bristol, Â and Â LV DOVR WKH ÂłRIÂżFLDOÂ´ ÂżUH dog Â of Â the Â New Â Haven Â Volunteer Â Fire Â Depart-Â ment. Â Since Â 2009, Â Zeman Â and Â Hobbes Â have Â helped Â RYHU DQLPDOV ÂżQG homes, Â and Â raised Â over Â $40,000 Â for Â the Â Home-Â ward Â Bound Â center. â€œThe Â more Â I Â talked Â about Â him, Â the Â more Â people Â wanted Â to Â hear Â his Â story,â€? Â Zeman Â said. 2I FRXUVH WKHUHÂśV UHDOO\ QR EXVL-Â ness Â model Â for Â a Â man-Âdog Â radio Â team, Â so Â Zeman Â just Â went Â with Â the Â Ă€RZ+HUHIHUVWR+REEHVIUHTXHQWO\ during Â the Â show, Â talking Â about Â their Â adventures Â and Â his Â antics. Âł,I \RX WKLQN DERXW LW LWÂśV DERXW UHODWLRQVKLSVÂ´=HPDQVDLGÂł,WÂśVOLNH anything Â else;Íž Â husband Â and Â wife, Â mom Â and Â dad. Â It Â is Â a Â relationship Â WKDWÂśVXQEUHDNDEOHÂ´ A Â CAUTIONARY Â TALE ,WÂśV D IRUPXOD WKDW KDV ZRUNHG
well, Â as Â the Â duo Â has Â garnered Â quite Â the Â fan Â base Â that Â has Â become Â inter-Â HVWHGLQ+REEHVÂśQHDWQHZOLIHZKLOH remaining Â cognizant Â of Â his Â rough Â start. Â Indeed, Â Zeman Â has Â wanted Â WR SXEOLFL]H +REEHVÂś HVFDSH IURP abuse, Â to Â serve Â as Â a Â cautionary Â tale Â with Â a Â happy Â ending. Âł7R PH LWÂśV DQ DPD]LQJ VWRU\ RI what Â one Â person Â can Â do Â if Â you Â care Â enough Â to Â make Â it Â happen,â€? Â Zeman Â said. So Â Bruce Â and Â Tami Â got Â to Â work Â on Â that Â story Â in Â 2011. Â They Â were Â as-Â sisted Â along Â the Â way Â by Â a Â number Â of Â people, Â including Â former Â ACHS Â Ex-Â ecutive Â Director Â Jackie Â Rose. â€œWe Â met Â all Â these Â great Â people Â who Â wanted Â to Â help Â us,â€? Â Zeman Â said. The Â authors Â learned Â that Â it Â would Â EHVRPHZKDWWULFN\WRWXUQ+REEHVÂś story Â into Â a Â book Â for Â kids Â in Â grades Â kindergarten Â through Â 8. Â They Â FRXOGQÂśWPDNHWKHERRNWRRJUDSKLF for Â kindergartners, Â and Â needed Â to Â make Â it Â a Â compelling Â enough Â read Â for Â young Â teens. Â The Â book Â is Â illus-Â trated Â by Â California-Âbased Â artist/il-Â lustrator Â Shauna Â Peterson. â€œWe Â decided Â to Â come Â up Â with Â a Â happy Â medium Â that Â told Â the Â story Â IURP+REEHVÂś SHUVSHFWLYHDQGWKDW incorporated Â our Â perspective, Â and Â it Â really Â had Â an Â impact,â€? Â Zeman Â said. 7KH ÂżUVW SULQW RI ERRNV LV scheduled Â to Â be Â ready Â by Â Nov. Â 25, Â according Â to Â Zeman. Â They Â will Â be Â available Â at Â local Â bookstores Â and Â through Â Web-Âbased Â sources Â such Â as Â Amazon.com Â and Â on Â bruceand-Â hobbes.com. Â Zeman Â plans Â to Â read Â from Â the Â book Â at Â schools Â through-Â RXW9HUPRQW LQYLWLQJ VWDWH RIÂżFLDOV (such Â as Â Gov. Â Peter Â Shumlin) Â and Â community Â leaders Â to Â join Â him Â in Â imparting Â the Â broader, Â related Â mes-Â sage Â of Â stamping Â out Â animal Â cruelty, Â domestic Â abuse Â and Â bullying. A Â dollar Â from Â the Â sale Â of Â each Â book Â will Â be Â donated Â to Â the Â ACHS. â€œThe Â message Â is, Â if Â this Â type Â of Â abuse Â is Â happening Â to Â you, Â tell Â an Â DGXOWÂ´ =HPDQ VDLG RI WKH ERRNÂśV message. Â â€œThere Â is Â hope. Â And Â there Â DUHDORWRIWKLQJVWKDWORYHFDQÂż[Â´ Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Farm Â bill Â has Â a Â glimmer Â of Â hope By Â ZACH Â DESPART gram. Â The Â House Â version Â would Â cut Â WASHINGTON, Â D.C. Â â€” Â A Â co-Â $39 Â billion Â from Â SNAP. Â Senate Â lead-Â hort Â of Â legislators Â met Â in Â the Â capi-Â ers Â and Â the Â White Â House Â have Â thus Â WRO:HGQHVGD\LQDQDWWHPSWWRÂżQG far Â opposed Â deep Â cuts Â to Â the Â SNAP Â common Â ground Â on Â a Â new Â farm Â bill. Â program. But Â they Â made Â no Â real Â progress Â to-Â ANOTHER Â DEADLINE Â ward Â resolving Â differences Â between Â LOOMS the Â U.S. Â Senate Â and Â House Â over Â According Â to Â its Â legislative Â calen-Â legislation Â that Â covers Â a Â range Â of Â dar, Â the Â Senate Â has Â 39 Â working Â days Â programs Â that Â affect Â dairy Â farmers, Â left Â this Â year. Â While Â Congress Â works Â those Â who Â get Â food Â assistance Â and Â to Â make Â up Â business Â postponed Â by Â other Â Vermonters. the Â 16-Âday Â shutdown Â in Â â€œCongress Â needs Â to Â â€œFarmers have October, Â it Â is Â uncertain Â pass Â a Â new Â farm Â bill Â â€” Â not forgotten if Â a Â new Â farm Â bill Â will Â be Â itâ€™s Â getting Â ridiculous,â€? Â the dairy crisis passed Â by Â the Â end Â of Â the Â said Â Jenny Â Nelson, Â the Â year. of 2009 and agriculture Â policy Â advis-Â The Â clock Â is Â ticking Â er Â to Â Sen. Â Bernie Â Sand-Â they know that for Â local Â dairy Â farmers. Â ers, Â I-ÂVt. Â â€œDairy Â farm-Â an insurance If Â Congress Â does Â not Â ers Â have Â had Â no Â support Â program alone pass Â a Â new Â dairy Â pro-Â after Â the Â MILC Â (milk Â is not enough. gram Â by Â Dec. Â 31 Â â€” Â be Â price Â support) Â program Â Without it Â the Â Dairy Â Stabiliza-Â expired Â Oct. Â 1.â€? tion Â Act Â as Â part Â of Â a Â new Â The Â conference Â com-Â stabilization, farm Â bill, Â or Â a Â stand-Â mittee Â consists Â of Â 12 Â we will cost alone Â piece Â of Â legisla-Â senators Â and Â 29 Â repre-Â taxpayers tion Â â€” Â the Â government Â sentatives. Â Vermont Â Sen. Â hundreds of will Â revert Â to Â a Â 1949 Â Patrick Â Leahy, Â a Â Demo-Â millions of federal Â statute, Â the Â last Â crat, Â is Â the Â only Â member Â time Â a Â permanent Â farm Â additional of Â the Â Vermont Â delega-Â bill Â was Â passed. Â tion Â taking Â part Â in Â the Â ne-Â dollars and Because Â farming Â virtually gotiations. methods Â were Â much Â A Â conference Â commit-Â guarantee OHVV HIÂżFLHQW WKHQ WKH tee Â consists Â of Â members Â another dairy government Â would Â pay Â of Â both Â houses Â of Â Con-Â crisis.â€? about Â double Â for Â milk Â gress, Â convened Â for Â the Â â€” Sen. Leahy than Â it Â did Â under Â the Â last Â purpose Â of Â reconciling Â farm Â bill. Â In Â theory, Â the Â two Â different Â versions Â of Â cost Â of Â milk Â for Â consum-Â the Â same Â bill. Â In Â this Â case, Â legislators Â ers Â would Â skyrocket. ZLOO WU\ WR ÂżQG D FRPSURPLVH EH-Â The Â previous Â USDA Â dairy Â sup-Â tween Â a Â farm Â bill Â the Â Senate Â passed Â port Â program, Â the Â Milk Â Income Â Loss Â in Â June Â and Â a Â version Â the Â House Â Contract Â (MILC), Â compensated Â passed Â in Â September. dairy Â producers Â when Â milk Â prices Â The Â farm Â bill Â sets Â the Â nationâ€™s Â fell Â below Â a Â certain Â level. Â It Â expired Â food Â and Â nutrition Â policy. Â First Â cre-Â at Â the Â end Â of Â September. ated Â by Â Congress Â in Â 1933, Â the Â farm Â Without Â this Â crucial Â safety Â net, Â ELOOLVWUDGLWLRQDOO\SDVVHGHYHU\ÂżYH farmers Â are Â left Â unprotected Â from Â years. Â In Â 2012, Â Congress Â failed Â to Â volatile Â market Â swings. Â In Â 2009, Â the Â pass Â a Â new Â bill, Â and Â instead Â voted Â to Â global Â demand Â for Â milk Â fell Â by Â just Â 5 Â extend Â the Â 2008 Â bill Â through Â Sept. Â percent, Â and Â milk Â prices Â dropped Â by Â 30, Â 2013. nearly Â 50 Â percent. After Â a Â farm Â bill Â was Â passed Â in Â the Â â€œFarmers Â have Â not Â forgotten Â the Â Democrat-Âcontrolled Â Senate, Â House Â dairy Â crisis Â of Â 2009 Â and Â they Â know Â Speaker Â John Â Boehner, Â R-ÂOhio, Â did Â that Â an Â insurance Â program Â alone Â is Â not Â put Â that Â version Â to Â a Â vote Â in Â his Â not Â enough,â€? Â Leahy Â said Â to Â his Â col-Â chamber. Â Instead, Â the Â Republican-Â leagues. Â â€œWithout Â stabilization, Â we Â controlled Â House Â of Â Representatives Â will Â cost Â taxpayers Â hundreds Â of Â mil-Â drafted Â its Â own Â version Â of Â the Â bill, Â lions Â of Â additional Â dollars Â and Â virtu-Â with Â deep Â cuts Â to Â Supplemental Â Nu-Â ally Â guarantee Â another Â dairy Â crisis.â€? trition Â Assistance Â Program Â (SNAP). Â Rep. Â Peter Â Welch, Â D-ÂVt., Â said Â a Â It Â was Â passed Â by Â a Â vote Â of Â 217-Â210, Â new Â farm Â bill Â is Â within Â reach, Â and Â with Â no Â Democrats Â voting Â in Â favor. Â that Â Congress Â is Â capable Â of Â meeting Â The Â Senate Â version Â passed Â 66-Â27, Â the Â Dec. Â 31 Â deadline. Â JDUQHULQJVLJQLÂżFDQWELSDUWLVDQVXS-Â â€œMy Â hope Â is Â that Â the Â new Â farm Â port. Â bill Â will Â come Â as Â close Â as Â possible Â to Â Serving Â since Â 1975, Â Leahy Â has Â the Â Senate Â version,â€? Â Welch Â said. Â â€œIt Â presided Â over Â the Â passage Â of Â seven Â came Â close Â to Â passing Â in Â the Â House Â farm Â bills. Â The Â Senateâ€™s Â president Â Agriculture Â Committee.â€? Â pro Â tempore, Â Leahy Â is Â the Â most Â se-Â Welch Â said Â he Â believes Â there Â is Â bi-Â nior Â member Â of Â that Â body. partisan Â support Â for Â the Â Senate Â bill Â In Â his Â opening Â remarks Â to Â the Â in Â his Â chamber. Â For Â the Â House Â to Â ap-Â committee, Â Leahy Â stressed Â that Â this Â prove Â that Â measure, Â every Â Democrat Â legislation Â sets Â much Â more Â than Â and Â 16 Â Republicans Â would Â need Â to Â farm Â policy. vote Â in Â favor Â of Â the Â bill. â€œThis Â is Â not Â only Â a Â farm Â bill;Íž Â it Â is Â â€œThe Â challenge Â Mr. Â Boehner Â has Â a Â trade Â bill, Â a Â hunger Â bill, Â a Â conser-Â is Â to Â rehabilitate Â Congress Â after Â the Â vation Â bill, Â a Â reform Â bill, Â an Â innova-Â spectacle Â of Â the Â shutdown,â€? Â Welch Â WLRQELOODGHÂżFLWUHGXFWLRQELOODQG said. Â â€œThat Â may Â provide Â incentive Â above Â all, Â a Â job Â creation Â bill,â€? Â Leahy Â for Â Republican Â leadership Â in Â the Â said. House Â to Â compromise.â€? According Â to Â projections, Â the Â Sen-Â :HOFK UHDIÂżUPHG KLV VXSSRUW ate Â version Â of Â the Â bill Â would Â cut Â $24 Â for Â the Â Dairy Â Stabilization Â Act, Â but Â ELOOLRQ IURP WKH GHÂżFLW DQG DURXQG stopped Â short Â of Â saying Â he Â wouldnâ€™t Â $5-Â6 Â billion Â from Â the Â SNAP Â pro-Â vote Â for Â the Â bill Â if Â the Â program Â were Â
stripped Â from Â it. â€œI Â want Â to Â get Â (the Â Dairy Â Stabili-Â zation Â Act), Â and Â Iâ€™m Â going Â to Â work Â hard Â to Â get Â it,â€? Â Welch Â said. Â â€œBut Â if Â we Â donâ€™t Â get Â it, Â the Â question Â becomes Â what Â is Â the Â best Â alternative Â safety Â net Â can Â we Â get?â€? SNAP Â CUTS Â TAKE Â EFFECT As Â of Â this Â past Â June, Â more Â than Â 100,000 Â Vermonters Â were Â par-Â ticipating Â in Â the Â SNAP Â program, Â accounting Â for Â 16 Â percent Â of Â resi-Â dents Â in Â the Â state. Â According Â to Â research Â by Â the Â USDA, Â 14 Â percent Â of Â Vermont Â households Â are Â food Â insecure, Â meaning Â they Â cannot Â af-Â IRUGWRIXOÂżOOWKHLUGDLO\QXWULWLRQDO need. Â Welch Â and Â Nelson Â said Â they Â be-Â lieve Â cuts Â to Â the Â SNAP Â program Â will Â be Â the Â biggest Â obstacle Â for Â the Â conference Â committee Â to Â surmount. â€œSen. Â Sanders Â will Â not Â support Â a Â farm Â bill Â that Â makes Â hunger Â worse,â€? Â Nelson Â said. Already, Â the Â SNAP Â program Â has Â become Â another Â casualty Â of Â Con-Â gressional Â inaction. Â A Â $42.5 Â billion Â LQFUHDVHLQ61$3EHQHÂżWVWKDWZDV authorized Â in Â 2009 Â to Â meet Â growing Â demand Â for Â the Â program Â expired Â Nov. Â 1, Â resulting Â in Â a Â 6 Â percent Â decrease Â for Â recipients Â across Â the Â board. â€œThe Â vast Â majority Â of Â SNAP Â re-Â cipients Â are Â children Â and Â the Â elderly Â poor,â€? Â Welch Â said. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â still Â deal-Â ing Â with Â the Â effects Â of Â the Â worst Â re-Â cession Â since Â the Â Great Â Depression, Â and Â a Â 6 Â percent Â cut Â means Â a Â family Â will Â have Â $30-Â40 Â less Â a Â month.â€?
Makinâ€™ Â it Â snappy MARY Â HOGAN Â SIXTH-ÂGRADER Â Talin Â Teague Â snaps Â along Â with Â a Â group Â of Â singers Â performing Â at Â the Â kickoff Â of Â the Â schoolâ€™s Â annual Â read-Âa-Âthon Â last Â Thursday Â afternoon. Â Last Â year Â students Â earned Â more Â than Â $17,000 Â in Â pledges Â during Â the Â month-Âlong Â read-Âa-Âthon. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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Editorials 725,000 Â reasons Â to Â give â€œTogether Â we Â can Â make Â a Â difference.â€? Â Thatâ€™s Â one Â phrase Â many Â area Â resi-Â dents Â associate Â with Â the Â United Â Way Â of Â Addison Â County. Â â€œThe Â Way Â Addison Â County Â caresâ€? Â is Â another. Â Both Â are Â apt Â reminders Â of Â the Â way Â the Â United Â Way Â works: Â It Â relies Â on Â a Â large Â group Â of Â volunteers Â to Â reach Â out Â and Â help Â people Â in Â need. Â It Â works Â with Â more Â than Â two-Âdozen Â agencies Â in Â Addison Â County Â to Â be Â sure Â the Â human Â and Â social Â needs Â of Â people Â in Â the Â county Â donâ€™t Â go Â unmet. Â And Â it Â works Â with Â a Â talented Â board Â of Â directors Â to Â identify Â the Â most Â press-Â ing Â needs Â each Â year Â and Â to Â channel Â adequate Â funds Â to Â those Â groups. Â But Â none Â of Â it Â works Â without Â your Â help. Â None Â of Â it Â works Â without Â a Â steady Â Ă€RZRIGRQDWHGGROODUVWRÂżOOWKHFRIIHUVRIWKH8QLWHG:D\,WLVDWKHDUWWKH most Â important Â part Â of Â the Â annual Â effort. This Â year Â the Â United Â Way Â of Â Addison Â Countyâ€™s Â goal Â is Â $725,000. Â Â It Â is Â a Â challenging Â goal, Â leaders Â say, Â but Â quickly Â add Â that Â they Â are Â aiming Â high Â â€œbecause Â aiming Â lower Â is Â not Â an Â option, Â and Â because Â needs Â are Â not Â getting Â smaller.â€? Â 7KDWVKRXOGEHREYLRXV)RUWKHSDVWÂżYH\HDUVVLQFHWKH*UHDW5HFHVVLRQ of Â 2007-Â8, Â state Â and Â federal Â aid Â has Â been Â cut Â for Â many Â of Â the Â services Â that Â support Â those Â who Â are Â most Â vulnerable Â in Â our Â society. Â From Â children Â who Â need Â a Â stable Â home Â environment Â and Â three Â healthy Â meals, Â to Â the Â unemployed Â VWUXJJOLQJWRÂżQGZRUNDQGPDNHHQGVPHHWXQWLOWKH\ODQGDMREIXOÂżOOLQJ those Â is Â what Â the Â United Â Way Â is Â all Â about. For Â those Â who Â donâ€™t Â realize Â the Â reach Â of Â the Â United Â Way Â into Â our Â com-Â munities, Â consider Â that Â the Â organizationâ€™s Â primary Â focus Â is Â to Â help Â keep Â our Â communities Â vital, Â by: Â‡ SURYLGLQJ VHUYLFHV WKDW KHOS UHGXFH KHDOWK FDUH FRVWV DQG LPSURYH WKH quality Â of Â life;Íž Â Â‡VXSSRUWLQJV\VWHPVDQGVHUYLFHVWKDWSURPRWHÂżQDQFLDOVWDELOLW\ Â‡SXUVXLQJVXFFHVVIXOHGXFDWLRQDORXWFRPHV Â‡SURYLGLQJV\VWHPVDQGVHUYLFHVWKDWSURPRWHÂżQDQFLDOVWDELOLW\ Â‡LQYROYLQJFLWL]HQVZLWKDSDVVLRQIRUWKHFRPPRQJRRGWREHLQYROYHG Thatâ€™s Â no Â small Â feat Â and Â every Â contribution Â makes Â a Â difference Â in Â the Â or-Â ganizationâ€™s Â ability Â to Â meet Â those Â ambitious Â goals. Â Todayâ€™s Â United Â Way Â is Â also Â more Â sophisticated Â than Â ever Â before. Â In Â just Â one Â of Â the Â hundreds Â of Â programs Â it Â helps Â fund, Â the Â UWAC Â helps Â secure Â the Â ÂżQDQFLDOVWDELOLW\RIORZLQFRPHIDPLOLHVE\WHDFKLQJEDVLFÂżQDQFLDOOLWHUDF\ WRORZLQFRPHIDPLOLHVWKURXJKWKHÂł/HDUQLW.HHS,W*URZ,WÂ´SURJUDP â€œEveryone Â Wins!â€? Â is Â a Â United Â Way Â sponsored Â mentoring Â program Â that Â SURPRWHVUHDGLQJSURÂżFLHQF\IRUWKLUGJUDGHUVÂ˛DQHGXFDWLRQDOEHQFKPDUN that Â can Â determine Â success Â or Â failure Â in Â future Â academics. And Â thatâ€™s Â just Â the Â tip Â of Â the Â iceberg. Â In Â every Â facet Â of Â our Â community, Â UWAC Â is Â there Â and Â theyâ€™re Â involved. Â That Â is Â why Â they Â need Â your Â help. Donate Â today, Â if Â you Â havenâ€™t Â already, Â through Â a Â one-Âtime Â payment Â or Â through Â a Â payroll Â deduction Â program Â at Â your Â work. Â For Â as Â little Â as Â $1 Â or Â $2 Â a Â week, Â you Â can Â truly Â make Â a Â huge Â difference. Â For Â more Â about Â this Â yearâ€™s Â campaign Â see Â unitedwayaddisoncounty.org. Angelo Â S. Â Lynn
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Letters to the Editor Federal Â spending Â plan Â is Â not Â akin Â to Â a Â family Â budget A Â recent Â letter Â in Â this Â paper Â from Â Ron Â Oâ€™Neill Â raised Â a Â number Â of Â common Â misconceptions Â about Â how Â the Â federal Â budget Â works. Â These Â misconceptions Â are Â very Â widely Â held, Â and Â are Â based Â mostly Â on Â com-Â paring Â the Â federal Â budget Â to Â a Â fam-Â ily Â or Â business Â budget. Â In Â reality, Â the Â two Â have Â very Â little Â in Â common, Â PDLQO\IRUWKHUHDVRQWKDWLQDÂżDW currency Â system Â the Â federal Â govern-Â ment Â issues Â the Â currency Â which Â is Â used Â to Â do Â business. Â Understanding Â how Â this Â works Â is Â crucial Â to Â under-Â standing Â monetary Â policy. Mr. Â Oâ€™Neill Â states Â that Â â€œthe Â government Â has Â no Â money Â of Â its Â own, Â all Â the Â money Â that Â is Â spent Â by Â
the Â government Â is Â received Â from Â the Â taxpayers.â€? Â Again, Â this Â is Â what Â most Â people Â think, Â but Â the Â exact Â oppo-Â site Â is Â true. Â Every Â American Â dollar Â comes Â originally Â from Â the Â govern-Â ment: Â The Â government Â printing Â that Â currency Â and Â spending Â it Â is Â in Â fact Â the Â prior Â act Â of Â all Â uses Â of Â the Â Amer-Â ican Â dollar. Â Before Â that Â dollar Â ends Â up Â in Â the Â hands Â of Â the Â taxpayer, Â the Â government Â must Â print Â that Â dollar Â and Â spend Â it. Â Those Â dollars Â circulate Â in Â the Â economy Â and Â a Â percentage Â is Â returned Â as Â taxes Â to Â the Â government Â each Â year. It Â is Â in Â fact Â critical Â that Â we Â return Â dollars Â to Â the Â government Â as Â taxes Â IRUWZRUHDVRQV7KHÂżUVWLVWKDWLID
currency-Âissuing Â government Â stops Â taking Â its Â money Â back Â in Â taxes, Â the Â money Â loses Â the Â backing Â of Â the Â government, Â which Â is Â what Â gives Â it Â value Â (it Â has Â no Â inherent Â value, Â being Â made Â of Â paper). Â The Â second Â is Â that Â if Â we Â do Â not Â return Â some Â portion Â of Â currency Â to Â the Â govern-Â ment Â as Â taxes, Â the Â government Â would Â need Â to Â print Â more Â and Â more Â paper Â currency Â to Â buy Â services. Â This Â ZRXOGFDXVHLQĂ€DWLRQ7RROLWWOH money Â printing, Â on Â the Â other Â hand, Â FDXVHVGHĂ€DWLRQ7KHJRYHUQPHQW must Â in Â fact Â print Â and Â spend Â just Â the Â correct Â amount Â of Â currency Â to Â DFKLHYHWKHGHVLUHGDPRXQWRILQĂ€D-Â (See Â Letter, Â Page Â 5)
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Oct. 20 – Nov. 10 Jessica’s (Swift House Inn) 25 Stewart Lane Middlebury • 388-9925
Oct. 21 – 25 Carol’s Hungry Mind Café 24 Merchant’s Row Middlebury • 388-0101
Oct. 23 – 25 Morgan’s Tavern (Middlebury Inn) 14 Court Square Middlebury • 388-4961
Oct. 29 – Nov. 1 Daily Chocolate 7 Green Street #2 Vergennes • 877-0087
Nov. 4 – 7 Fire & Ice 26 Seymour Street Middlebury • 388-7166
Nov. 5 – 7 The Storm Café 3 Mill Street Middlebury • 388-1063
Nov. 6 Two Brothers 86 Main Street Middlebury • 388-0208
Nov. 11 Green Peppers 10 Washington Street Middlebury • 388-3164
Nov. 12 Mr. Ups 25 Bakery Lane Middlebury • 388-6724
Nov. 13 Noonie Deli 157 Maple Street Middlebury • 388-0014
Nov. 13 Bobcat Café 5 Main Street Bristol • 453-3311
Nov. 19 American Flatbread 137 Maple Street Middlebury • 388-3300
Nov. 20 - 27 Tourterelle 3629 Ethan Allen Hwy. New Haven • 453-6309
Join us for some fun, great food, and support your local United Way. For more information, please visit www.UnitedWayAddisonCounty.org
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Ripton Â bible Â talk Â shows Â rabbinical Â perspective RIPTON Â â€” Â Rebecca Â Kneale Â Gould Â will Â deliver Â the Â Victor Â E. Â Reichert Â Bible Â Talk Â at Â the Â Ripton Â Community Â Church Â on Â Sunday, Â Nov. Â 10. Â The Â talk Â begins Â at Â 4 Â p.m. Â with Â refreshments Â and Â discussion Â following. Â Her Â title Â is Â â€œSheep, Â Shepherds Â and Â Torah: Â The Â Pastoral Â as Â More Â than Â Metaphor.â€? Â It Â will Â be Â in Â the Â form Â of Â a Â â€œrabbinical Â dialogueâ€? Â which Â is Â the Â way Â Torah Â is Â tradition-Â ally Â taught. Gould Â is Â the Â author Â of Â numerous Â essays Â and Â a Â book Â titled Â â€œAt Â Home Â in Â Nature: Â Modern Â Homesteading Â and Â Spiritual Â Practice Â in Â America.â€? Â She Â also Â is Â a Â monthly Â contributor Â to Â the Â â€œWays Â of Â Seeingâ€? Â series Â in Â the Â Addison Â Independent. Rabbi Â Reichert Â was Â a Â long Â time Â summer Â resident Â of Â Ripton Â who Â
took Â great Â pride Â and Â interest Â in Â the Â historic Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â Route Â 125. Â More Â than Â a Â half-Â century Â ago Â he Â began Â the Â tradition Â of Â gathering Â his Â friends Â and Â the Â public Â and Â giving Â a Â â€œlittle Â talkâ€? Â on Â one Â of Â the Â books Â of Â the Â Bible Â at Â the Â end Â of Â each Â summer Â to Â support Â the Â ministries Â of Â the Â Ripton Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â where Â he Â was Â named Â â€œrabbi Â in Â residence.â€? Since Â his Â death Â in Â 1990, Â Havurah, Â the Â Jewish Â congregation Â in Â Addison Â County, Â and Â the Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â in Â Ripton Â have Â honored Â his Â memory Â by Â continuing Â the Â talks Â in Â his Â name. Â Following Â Rabbi Â Reichertâ€™s Â tradition, Â the Â donation Â plate Â will Â be Â passed Â before Â the Â talk, Â the Â money Â will Â be Â counted Â and Â the Â amount Â in Â the Â collection Â will Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â end.
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Obituaries Carolyn Memoe, 74, Brandon
BRANDON Â â€” Â Carolyn Â F. Â Memoe, Â 74, Â died Â unexpectedly Â on Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 29, Â at Â the Â Rutland Â Regional Â Medical Â Center. Â She Â was Â born Â on Â Aug. Â 28, Â 1939, Â in Â Rutland, Â the Â daughter Â of Â Mary Â and Â Francis Â Brown Â of Â Brandon. Â She Â Â gradu-Â ated Â from Â Brandon Â High Â School Â and Â received Â her Â bachelorâ€™s Â degree Â IURP 6SULQJÂżHOG &ROOHJH LQ Massachusetts. Carolyn Â married Â her Â childhood Â sweetheart, Â Chuck Â Memoe, Â on Â August Â 10, Â Â 1963. Â They Â settled Â in Â Brandon Â and Â remained Â residents Â for Â the Â rest Â of Â her Â life, Â raising Â their Â three Â daughters, Â Betsy, Â Jackie Â and Â Ginny. Â Carolyn Â was Â a Â Â physical Â educator Â and Â assistant Â principal Â at Â Brandon Â Elementary Â School Â Â and Â Neshobe Â School Â for Â over Â 30 Â years. Â She Â and Â Charles Â celebrated Â their Â 50-Âyear Â wedding Â anniversary Â this Â past Â August. Carolyn Â loved Â gardening, Â being Â outdoors, Â feeding Â and Â watching Â the Â birds, Â Â cheering Â for Â the Â Red Â Sox Â and Â the Â Patriots, Â watching Â NCAA Â basketball, Â Â traveling, Â taking Â care Â of Â
her Â many Â pets, Â socializing Â with Â her Â IULHQGVSOD\LQJFDQDVWDDQGJROÂżQJ She Â was Â active Â in Â St. Â Maryâ€™s Â Catholic Â Church Â throughout Â her Â life Â and Â Â served Â the Â greater Â community Â as Â she Â volunteered Â at Â the Â Brandon Â Public Â Â Library, Â and Â was Â a Â member Â of Â the Â Neshobe Â School Â Board Â and Â Brandon Â Town Â Recreation Â Board. Survivors Â include Â her Â husband, Â Chuck Â Memoe Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â her Â chil-Â dren, Â Betsy Â Memoe Â of Â Manchester;Íž Â Jackie Â Parks Â and Â her Â husband Â Kevin Â and Â grandchildren Â Maggie Â and Â Grace Â of Â Essex, Â and Â Ginny Â Memoe Â of Â Burlington;Íž Â her Â brother Â Tom Â Brown Â and Â his Â wife Â Judy Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â and Â her Â brother Â William Â Brown Â and Â his Â wife Â Shelley Â residing Â in Â Idaho. Calling Â hours Â took Â place Â at Â the Â Miller Â and Â Ketcham Â Funeral Â Home Â in Â Brandon Â on Â Sunday, Â Nov. Â 3, Â from Â 1-Â4 Â p.m. Â A Â Mass Â was Â held Â on Â Monday, Â Nov. Â 4, Â at Â 11 Â a.m. Â at Â Saint Â Maryâ€™s Â Catholic Â Church Â on Â Carver Â Street Â in Â Brandon, Â followed Â by Â a Â reception Â at Â the Â Brandon Â Inn. Â A Â private Â family Â interment Â followed Â the Â service Â at Â the Â family Â lot Â in Â St. Â
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BRANDON Â â€” Â George Â M. Â Mahoney Â Jr., Â 85, Â died Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 29, Â 2013, Â at Â the Â Rutland Â Regional Â Medical Â Center. Â He Â was Â born Â Aug. Â 31, Â 1928, Â in Â Brandon, Â the Â son Â of Â George Â M. Â and Â Leola Â (Andrus) Â Mahoney Â Sr. He Â received Â his Â early Â education Â in Â Brandon Â schools Â and Â lived Â in Â the Â area Â all Â of Â his Â life. Â He Â was Â employed Â in Â occupations Â that Â included Â truck Â driver Â for Â Merrill Â Transport, Â grader Â operator Â for Â the Â towns Â of Â Brandon Â as Â well Â as Â Poultney, Â logger Â with Â Mitchell Â Brothers Â and Â driver Â for Â Carraraâ€™s, Â a Â job Â from Â which Â he Â was Â forced Â to Â retire Â in Â 1985 Â after Â suffer-Â ing Â a Â stroke. Â He Â served Â in Â the Â U.S. Â Army Â GXULQJWKH.RUHDQ&RQĂ€LFW+HZDV a Â member Â of Â American Â Legion Â Post Â 55 Â in Â Brandon Â and Â a Â life Â member Â of Â the Â Veterans Â of Â Foreign Â Wars. He Â is Â survived Â by Â three Â sons, Â George Â M. Â Mahoney Â III Â and Â his Â wife, Â Cheryl, Â of Â Middletown Â Springs, Â Harold Â â€œPaulâ€? Â Mahoney Â and Â his Â wife, Â Heather, Â of Â Forest Â Dale, Â and Â Michael Â Mahoney Â and Â his Â wife, Â Lisa, Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â two Â daughters, Â Jeanne Â Bergeron Â and Â her Â husband, Â Real, Â of Â Forest Â Dale Â and Â Judy Â Snow Â and Â her Â husband, Â Wayne, Â
of Â Leicester;Íž Â three Â brothers, Â Edward Â Mahoney, Â Kenneth Â Mahoney Â and Â Alvin Â Mahoney;Íž Â two Â sisters, Â Agnes Â Reed Â and Â Hazel Â Gibeault;Íž Â 20 Â grand-Â children;Íž Â several Â great-Âgrandchil-Â dren;Íž Â and Â many Â nieces, Â nephews Â and Â cousins. Â He Â was Â predeceased Â by Â his Â wife, Â the Â former Â Ruth Â LaRock, Â in Â 2010;Íž Â a Â son, Â Steven Â Mahoney;Íž Â two Â broth-Â ers, Â Arthur Â Mahoney Â and Â Robert Â Mahoney;Íž Â and Â three Â sisters, Â Lillian Â Martin, Â Frances Â Reed Â and Â Grace Â 5LYHUV*HRUJHÂżQLVKHGRXWKLVOLIH living Â happily Â in Â the Â loving Â care Â of Â his Â daughter Â Judy Â and Â her Â husband Â Wayne. A Â service Â in Â celebration Â of Â his Â life Â will Â be Â held Â Tuesday, Â Nov. Â 5, Â 2013, Â at Â 10 Â a.m. Â in Â the Â Miller Â and Â Ketcham Â Funeral Â Home, Â 26 Â Franklin Â St., Â Brandon. Â Reverend Â Robert Â Bove, Â pastor Â of Â the Â Brandon Â %DSWLVW &KXUFK ZLOO RIÂżFLDWH $ reception Â for Â family Â and Â friends Â will Â follow Â at Â American Â Legion Â Post Â 55 Â in Â Brandon. The Â graveside Â committal Â and Â burial Â service Â will Â be Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 2013, Â at Â 10 Â a.m. Â in Â Pine Â Hill Â Cemetery Â in Â Brandon Â with Â Reverend Â Bove Â offering Â the Â committal Â prayers. Â Military Â honors Â will Â be Â accorded Â at Â
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Farm Â aid (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) his Â small Â business Â taps Â can Â pay Â off Â for Â the Â public Â at Â large. â€œItâ€™s Â a Â smart Â state Â investment Â on Â behalf Â of Â the Â taxpayer Â â€” Â they Â may Â see Â quite Â the Â return Â on Â investment,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Brady Â pointed Â out Â that Â success-Â ful Â farming Â businesses Â also Â keep Â the Â land Â open. â€œWeâ€™re Â happy Â Champlain Â Or-Â chards Â has Â been Â investing Â in Â and Â im-Â proving Â the Â rural Â landscape Â in Â Ver-Â mont,â€? Â he Â said. During Â a Â recent Â tour Â of Â Addison Â County Â farms Â sponsored Â by Â the Â USDA Â and Â the Â Vermont Â Agency Â of Â Agriculture, Â Suhr Â showed Â guests Â how Â his Â small Â business Â operates Â and Â cataloged Â the Â improvements Â he Â and Â Scott Â have Â made. â€œWe Â got Â assistance Â from Â the Â Natu-Â ral Â Resources Â Conservation Â Service Â (a Â division Â of Â the Â USDA) Â to Â put Â in Â an Â irrigation Â system Â as Â well Â as Â a Â waste-Â water Â pump Â station, Â using Â the Â EQIP Â program,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Â EQIP, Â or Â the Â Environmental Â Qual-Â ity Â Incentives Â Program, Â provides Â ÂżQDQFLDODVVLVWDQFHIRUIDUPVWRLP-Â prove Â their Â conservation Â practices. Champlain Â Orchards Â also Â ben-Â HÂżWHG IURP D PXOWL\HDU IDUP ODERU housing Â loan Â that Â helps Â farmers Â pro-Â vide Â housing Â for Â workers. Â Cham-Â plain Â Orchards Â borrowed Â $220,000 Â for Â 40 Â years Â with Â 1 Â percent Â interest. Champlain Â Orchards Â is Â planning Â more Â improvements Â on Â the Â farm. Â It Â has Â been Â awarded Â a Â mini-Âgrant Â of Â several Â thousand Â dollars Â to Â build Â greenhouses Â to Â extend Â the Â season Â for Â vegetable Â crops. Â The Â Natural Â Re-Â sources Â Conservation Â Service Â gave Â the Â farm Â loans Â for Â real Â estate Â and Â in-Â frastructure Â improvements. â€œWe Â have Â a Â large Â warehouse Â that Â will Â become Â refrigerated Â â€” Â itâ€™s Â just Â a Â shell Â now,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Â â€œThe Â pro-Â
cessing Â room, Â which Â has Â been Â insu-Â lated Â and Â plumbed, Â is Â being Â used.â€? The Â 17,000-Âsquare-Âfoot Â ware-Â house, Â which Â can Â hold Â 86,000 Â bush-Â els, Â will Â be Â renovated Â in Â two Â to Â three Â years. Â A Â separate Â processing Â area Â is Â 6,000 Â square Â feet, Â with Â an Â additional Â VTXDUH IHHW RI RIÂżFH VSDFH The Â entire Â project Â will Â cost Â in Â the Â neighborhood Â of Â $1 Â million. Âł,WÂśV D ODUJH ÂżQDQFLDO XQGHUWDN-Â ing,â€? Â Suhr Â said. An Â additional Â $75,000 Â grant Â from Â the Â Working Â Lands Â Enterprise Â Fund, Â a Â state Â program Â within Â the Â Vermont Â Council Â on Â Rural Â Development, Â is Â aiding Â in Â that. Champlain Â Orchards Â found Â a Â friend Â in Â John Â Ryan, Â director Â of Â Agency Â of Â Agricultureâ€™s Â Vermont Â Agriculture Â Development Â Program. Â Ryan, Â through Â an Â initiative Â funded Â by Â the Â Vermont Â Sustainable Â Jobs Â Fund, Â was Â able Â to Â take Â the Â orchard Â on Â as Â a Â client Â and Â help Â the Â farm Â em-Â SOR\ PRUH HIÂżFLHQW DQG FRQVHUYD-Â tion-Âminded Â practices. Â Ryan Â visited Â the Â farm Â every Â few Â weeks Â to Â meet Â with Â the Â staff Â to Â talk Â about Â ways Â to Â improve. â€œHeâ€™d Â give Â us Â homework Â to Â work Â on Â between Â meetings,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Suhr Â described Â the Â relationship Â between Â the Â Vermont Â Agriculture Â Development Â Program Â and Â Cham-Â plain Â Orchards Â as Â a Â win-Âwin Â in Â which Â his Â business Â gets Â support Â and Â LQWXUQRWKHUDUHDEXVLQHVVHVEHQHÂżW as Â well. â€œWe Â do Â support Â other Â farms Â â€” Â we Â sell Â bulk Â cider Â to Â other Â farms Â to Â add Â value, Â and Â we Â buy Â fruit Â from Â other Â farms,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Â â€œSo Â this Â program Â didnâ€™t Â help Â just Â us.â€? Champlain Â Orchards Â produces Â around Â 300,000 Â gallons Â of Â cider Â an-Â nually, Â and Â is Â seeking Â to Â increase Â production Â in Â the Â future. It Â has Â also Â expanded Â its Â hard Â cider Â
BILL Â SUHR, Â CO-ÂOWNER Â of Â Champlain Â Orchards Â in Â Shoreham, Â gives Â a Â tour Â of Â his Â orchard Â and Â facilities Â during Â a Â recent Â Addison Â County Â farm Â tour Â sponsored Â by Â the Â USDA Â and Â the Â State Â Agency Â of Â Agriculture Â late Â last Â moth. Independent Â photo/Zach Â Despart
production. Â The Â farm Â recently Â de-Â veloped Â a Â new Â ice Â cider Â â€” Â a Â sweet, Â naturally Â concentrated Â ice Â cider Â best Â served Â like Â a Â dessert Â wine. Â The Â or-Â chard Â recently Â bought Â an Â 18-Âhead Â bottler Â at Â an Â auction, Â replacing Â the Â ÂżYHKHDG ERWWOHU WKDW GDWHG EDFN WR the Â 1950s. Â In Â theory, Â this Â will Â enable Â Champlain Â Orchards Â to Â quadruple Â hard Â cider Â production. Recently Â the Â orchard Â has Â also Â in-Â corporated Â high-Âdensity Â planting Â of Â its Â trees, Â a Â concept Â developed Â by Â Cornell Â University Â researchers. Â This Â practice, Â where Â trees Â are Â planted Â three Â feet Â apart, Â and Â rows Â are Â 12 Â feet Â apart, Â allows Â apples Â to Â be Â harvested Â PRUHVDIHO\DQGHIÂżFLHQWO\DVZRUN-Â ers Â do Â not Â have Â to Â continuously Â scale Â ladders, Â Suhr Â explained. This Â dense Â planting Â operation Â was Â made Â possible Â through Â a Â Work-Â
ing Â Lands Â Enterprise Â Fund Â grant. Â Suhr Â said Â it Â was Â important Â to Â him Â to Â both Â produce Â and Â bottle Â his Â product Â in Â Vermont, Â instead Â of Â sending Â his Â apples Â elsewhere Â to Â turn Â them Â into Â a Â value Â added Â product. Âł1RZZHFDQPRUHHIÂżFLHQWO\UXQ the Â hard Â cidery, Â keep Â food Â in Â Ver-Â mont Â and Â redistribute Â it Â economi-Â cally,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Â Unlike Â at Â many Â other Â farms Â in Â the Â state, Â which Â have Â been Â operated Â for Â generations Â by Â a Â single Â family, Â Suhr Â and Â his Â wife Â got Â into Â farming Â just Â 15 Â years Â ago, Â in Â 1998. Â Instead Â of Â being Â IRUFHGWRÂżJXUHRXWWKHLQVDQGRXWV
of Â the Â business Â simply Â on Â their Â own, Â the Â state Â was Â eager Â to Â lend Â a Â helping Â hand. â€œThe Â sooner Â a Â young Â business Â can Â HGXFDWH WKHPVHOYHV DQG EH SURÂżW-Â able, Â the Â better,â€? Â Suhr Â said. Â â€œWhy Â ZRXOGZHZDLW\HDUVWRÂżJXUHWKH darn Â thing Â out?â€? While Â many Â USDA Â programs Â EHQHÂżWGDLU\SURJUDPV6XKUVDLGKH hopes Â more Â are Â geared Â toward Â fruit Â farmers Â in Â the Â future. â€œWe Â are Â grateful Â for Â things Â like Â funding Â for Â greenhouses, Â but Â Iâ€™d Â ad-Â vocate Â for Â more Â support Â for Â the Â fruit Â industry Â in Â the Â future,â€? Â Suhr Â said.
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Info: Â 388-Â4095. Â +LVWRULFDO VRFLHW\ PHHWLQJ LQ 6KRUHKDP Â Wednesday, Â Nov. Â 6, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Shoreham Â Elementary Â School. Â The Â Shoreham Â Historical Â Society Â will Â hold Â a Â short Â meeting Â and Â then Â welcome Â guest Â speaker Â Paul Â Saenger, Â captain Â of Â WKH&DULOORQZKRZLOOWDONDERXW/DUUDEHHÂśV3RLQW Refreshments Â served. Â Âł7KH 3UDFWLFH RI WKH :LOGÂ´ VFUHHQLQJ DW 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJH Â Wednesday, Â Nov. Â 6, Â 7-Â9 Â SP 'DQD $XGLWRULXP Âł7KH 3UDFWLFH RI WKH :LOG$&RQYHUVDWLRQZLWK*DU\6Q\GHUDQG-LP +DUULVRQÂ´ 7KH PLQXWH ÂżOP IROORZV 6Q\GHU D poet Â and Â naturalist, Â and Â Harrison, Â a Â novelist, Â as Â they Â wander Â along Â trails Â on Â the Â California Â coast Â DQG GHEDWH QXPHURXV WRSLFV 4 $ ZLWK ÂżOP-Â PDNHU-RKQ+HDOH\DIWHUWKHÂżOP)UHH 'RPHVWLF VH[ WUDIÂżFNLQJ WDON DW 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJH Â Wednesday, Â Nov. Â 6, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â &URVVURDGV &DIp 6WDF\ -HZHO /HZLV IRXQG RI Âł:KR,V6WROHQÂ´ FUHDWLYH DUWV WURXSH DQG &(2 RI -HZHOO 3URGXFWLRQV VSHDNV /HZLV LV D VXUYLYRU RI GRPHVWLF VH[ WUDIÂżFNLQJ DQG D SRZHUKRXVH in Â the Â movement Â against Â modern-Âday Â slavery. Â 3DUWRI6WRS7UDIÂżFNÂśVÂł+XPDQV1RWIRU6DOHÂ´IDOO symposium, Â Nov. Â 4-Â8. Â
%RRN UHOHDVH SDUW\ LQ 0LGGOHEXU\ Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 4-Â5:30 Â p.m., Â Vermont Â Book Â Shop. Â Charlotte Â author Â Megan Â 3ULFH VKDUHV KHU QHZHVW ERRN Âł0DLQH :LOG Adventures Â of Â Fish Â & Â Game Â Wardens.â€? Â Also Â on Â hand Â will Â be Â retired Â Maine Â game Â warden Â Parker Â Tripp, Â some Â of Â whose Â anecdotes Â are Â included Â in Â the Â book. Â Info: Â 388-Â2061. Â +XPDQ WUDIÂżFNLQJ WDON DW 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJH Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 4:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Axinn Â 229. Â Melissa Â Albanese Â will Â speak. Â She Â has Â worked Â as Â the Â communications Â and Â fundraising Â adviser Â for Â the Â NGO Â ECPAT Â Cambodia Â (End Â Child Â Prostitution Â $EXVHDQG7UDIÂżFNLQJLQ&DPERGLD 3DUWRI6WRS 7UDIÂżFNÂśVÂł+XPDQV1RWIRU6DOHÂ´IDOOV\PSRVLXP Nov. Â 4-Â8. Â ([KLELW RSHQLQJ UHFHSWLRQ LQ %UDQGRQ Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Artists Â Guild. Â &HOHEUDWLQJWKHRSHQLQJRIÂł6PDOO7UHDVXUHV%LJ Impressions,â€? Â an Â exhibit Â of Â small-Âscale Â art Â and Â ÂżQH FUDIW E\ PHPEHUV RI WKH JXLOG 2Q H[KLELW WKURXJK -DQ ,QIR RU ZZZEUDQ-Â donartistsguild.org. Â :RRGÂżUHG SL]]D VDOH LQ 5LSWRQ Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 5-Â7:30 Â p.m., Â Ripton Â Elementary Â School. Â Wood-Â ÂżUHG LQFK SL]]DV PDGH RQ VLWH 'LQH LQ RU take Â out. Â Cost: Â $12 Â cheese, Â $15 Â pepperoni, Â $17 Â harvest Â special Â (roasted Â beets Â and Â winter Â squash, Â RQLRQ 9HUPRQW FKHYUH DQG KHUEV 3URFHHGV EHQHÂżW )ULHQGV RI 5LSWRQ 6FKRRO 3OHDVH SUH order Â by Â 3 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8. Â Info: Â 388-Â2208 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â 'RQNH\EDVNHWEDOOIXQGUDLVHULQ%ULVWRO Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 6:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â gym. Â MAUHS Â senior Â boys Â vs. Â senior Â girls. Â A Â Mount Â Abe Â PTO Â fundraiser Â to Â support Â
Âł)LQDQFLQJ WKH :RUNLQJ Landscapeâ€? Â conference Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Nov. Â 7, Â 8:30 Â a.m.-Â 4:30 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â American Â Legion. Â Addison Â County Â small-Âbusiness Â owners Â and Â entrepre-Â neurs Â are Â invited Â to Â pitch Â their Â businesses Â to Â the Â regional Â capital Â community. Â Choose Â workshops Â for Â early-Âstage Â or Â established Â businesses. Â Info: Â http://acornvt.org/fwl2013. Â +XPDQWUDIÂżFNLQJV\PSRVLXPNH\QRWHDGGUHVV DW0LGGOHEXU\&ROOHJH Â Thursday, Â Nov. Â 7, Â 4:30-Â 6:30 Â p.m., Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â E. Â Benjamin Â Skinner Â LV WKH DXWKRU RI Âł$ &ULPH 6R 0RQVWURXV )DFH WR)DFHZLWK0RGHUQ'D\6ODYHU\Â´DQGWKHÂżUVW person Â to Â witness Â negotiations Â for Â the Â sale Â of Â human Â beings Â on Â four Â continents. Â Part Â of Â Stop Â 7UDIÂżFNÂśVÂł+XPDQV1RWIRU6DOHÂ´IDOOV\PSRVLXP Nov. Â 4-Â8. Â Âł3D\LQJIRU&ROOHJHÂ´SUHVHQWDWLRQLQ0LGGOHEXU\ Â Thursday, Â Nov. Â 7, Â 6:30-Â8 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â auditorium. Â VSAC Â offers Â this Â free Â presentation Â on Â how Â to Â pay Â for Â college, Â how Â to Â ÂżQGDQGDSSO\IRUÂżQDQFLDODLGDQGPRUH2SHQ to Â the Â public. Â Âł9LWR$FFRQFL:D\6WDWLRQÂ´LOOXVWUDWHGOHFWXUHDW 0LGGOHEXU\&ROOHJH Â Thursday, Â Nov. Â 7, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â Cameron Â Visiting Â Artist Â and Â $UFKLWHFW 9LWR $FFRQFL GLVFXVVHV 0LGGOHEXU\ÂśV Âł:D\6WDWLRQ,Â´LQUHODWLRQWRKLVHVWDEOLVKPHQWRI the Â Acconci Â Studio Â in Â 1988 Â and Â to Â recent Â public, Â private, Â national Â and Â international Â projects. Â Free. Â Info: Â 443-Â3168. Â
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student Â enrichment Â programs. Â Baked Â goods Â and Â Mount Â Abe Â apparel Â for Â sale. Â Advance Â tickets, Â $7, Â DW 0DUWLQÂśV +DUGZDUH RU WKH 0RXQW $EH VFKRRO RIÂżFH7LFNHWVDWWKHGRRU Âł6KUHNÂ´ RQ VWDJH LQ 0LGGOHEXU\ Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â The Â Company, Â a Â new Â resident Â company Â at Â THT Â specializing Â in Â PXVLFDOV SUHVHQWV Âł6KUHNÂ´ WKH PXVLFDO 1RY 7-Â17, Â starring Â Leigh Â Guptill Â in Â the Â lead Â role, Â with Â over Â a Â dozen Â other Â local Â performers. Â Tim Â Guiles Â is Â the Â director Â and Â musical Â director. Â Tickets Â $23 Â adults, Â $18 Â for Â children Â 12 Â and Â under, Â for Â sale Â at Â WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU ZZZWRZQKDOO-Â theater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. Â &ORVLQJFHUHPRQ\RIKXPDQWUDIÂżFNLQJV\PSR-Â VLXP DW 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJH Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Axinn Â Abernethy Â room. Â An Â a Â cappella Â FHUHPRQ\WRFORVHRXW6WRS7UDIÂżFNÂśVÂł+XPDQV Not Â for Â Saleâ€? Â fall Â symposium. Â 5RWDU\ 'LQQHU 'DQFH DQG UDIĂ€H LQ Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Nov. Â 8, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â American Â Legion. Â Dance Â the Â night Â away Â to Â music Â by Â the Â Horse Â Traders. Â A Â Middlebury Â Rotary Â Club Â IXQGUDLVHU WR EHQHÂżW &DPS 7D.XP7D 0DNH A-ÂWish Â Foundation, Â MVAA, Â CSAC Â and Â other Â ORFDO QRQSURÂżWV 7LFNHWV HDFK DYDLODEOH DW Countryside Â Carpet, Â the Â Middlebury Â Inn, Â Autumn Â Gold, Â or Â at Â the Â door Â or Â from Â any Â Rotarian. Â
0DUVK PHDGRZ DQG JUDVV-Â ODQG ZLOGOLIH ZDON LQ 0LGGOHEXU\ Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 8-Â10 Â a.m., Â Otter Â View Â Park Â and Â Hurd Â Grassland. Â A Â monthly Â OCAS-Â MALT Â event, Â inviting Â community Â members Â to Â help Â survey Â birds Â and Â other Â wildlife. Â Meet Â leader Â Ron Â Payne Â at Â Otter Â View Â Park Â parking Â area, Â corner Â of Â Weybridge Â Street Â and Â Pulp Â Mill Â Bridge Â Road. Â Shorter Â and Â longer Â routes Â possible. Â Come Â for Â all Â or Â part Â of Â the Â walk. Â Beginning Â birders Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â1007 Â or Â 388-Â6829. Â Ladies Â Auxiliary Â craft Â fair Â in Â Bristol. Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â American Â Legion. Â Info: Â 453-Â3863. Â â€œToscaâ€? Â live Â in Â HD Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 12:55-Â3:55 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â The Â Met Â 2SHUDEURDGFDVWVDOLYHSHUIRUPDQFHRI3XFFLQLÂśV famous Â opera. Â Starring Â soprano Â Patricia Â Racette Â and Â tenor Â Roberto Â Alagna. Â Tickets Â $24/$10 Â VWXGHQWV DYDLODEOH DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH 382-Â9222 Â or Â www.townhalltheater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â Âł$PRXUÂ´ RQ VFUHHQ DW 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJH Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 3-Â5 Â p.m., Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â The Â 2013 Â winner Â of Â the Â Oscar Â for Â Best Â Foreign Â /DQJXDJH )LOP Âł$PRXUÂ´ H[DPLQHV WKH ERQG RI love Â in Â the Â face Â of Â old Â age. Â In Â French Â with Â English Â VXEWLWOHV3DUWRIWKHFROOHJHÂśV,QWHUQDWLRQDO)LOP Series. Â May Â not Â be Â suitable Â for Â small Â children. Â Artistsâ€™ Â reception Â in Â Brandon. Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 5-Â8 Â p.m., Â Compass Â Music Â and Â Arts Â Center. Â CMAC Â SUHVHQWVÂł<RXU-XQN0\$UW7KH7UDQVIRUPDWLRQ of Â Found Â Objects.â€? Â Over Â a Â dozen Â Vermont Â and Â 1HZ <RUN DUWLVWV DUH UHSUHVHQWHG ([KLELW UXQV Nov. Â 8-ÂDec. Â 15. Â Info: Â www.cmacvt.org. Â /DVDJQD VXSSHU LQ 9HUJHQQHV Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 5-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â Lasagna, Â green Â beans, Â salad, Â Italian Â bread, Â dessert Â and Â beverage, Â served Â buffet Â style. Â Adults Â $8, Â children Â $4. Â Takeout Â available. Â Info: Â 877-Â3150. Â /D]\PDQÂśV OREVWHU DQG EDNHG KDP GLQQHU LQ 6KRUHKDP Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 5-Â8 Â p.m., Â Shoreham Â Congregational Â Church. Â Annual Â event Â with Â two Â seatings: Â 5 Â and Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Both Â meals Â include Â baked Â potato, Â salad, Â winter Â squash, Â homemade Â rolls, Â beverages Â and Â dessert. Â Lobster Â dinner Â $20, Â ham Â dinner Â $10. Â Reserve Â choice Â of Â entree Â and Â seating Â preference Â at Â 897-Â2780. Â Empty Â Bowl Â Dinner Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â 7ZHQW\VHFRQGDQQXDOIXQGUDLVHUWRÂżJKWKXQJHU at Â the Â local Â level. Â Sponsored Â by Â local Â potters, Â bakeries, Â farms Â and Â orchards. Â Tickets, Â $25, Â avail-Â able Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â Natural Â Foods Â Co-Âop, Â include Â meal Â and Â handmade Â bowl. Â Proceeds Â from Â ticket Â sales Â go Â to Â local Â food Â shelves. Â &RQWUD GDQFH LQ &RUQZDOO Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 7-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Cornwall Â Town Â Hall. Â Brendan Â Taaffe Â calling Â to Â live Â music Â by Â Red Â Dog Â Riley. Â Cost Â $5 Â per Â person. Â All Â are Â welcome. Â Info: Â 462-Â3722. Â Âł6KUHNÂ´RQVWDJHLQ0LGGOHEXU\ Â Saturday, Â Nov. Â 9, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â The Â Company, Â
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musicals, Â presents Â â€œShrek,â€? Â the Â musical, Â Nov. Â 7-Â17, Â starring Â Leigh Â Guptill Â in Â the Â lead Â role, Â with Â over Â a Â dozen Â other Â local Â performers. Â Tim Â Guiles Â is Â the Â director Â and Â musical Â director. Â Tickets Â $23 Â adults, Â $18 Â for Â children Â 12 Â and Â under, Â for Â sale Â at Â WKH7+7ER[RIÂżFHRUZZZWRZQKDOOWKH-Â ater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. Â
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German vocal group to perform Sunday The Â Middlebury Â College Â Perform-Â Since Â then, Â their Â international Â career Â ing Â Arts Â Series Â will Â host Â the Â interna-Â has Â included Â numerous Â television Â tionally Â acclaimed Â vocal Â ensemble Â and Â radio Â appearances, Â CD Â record-Â Singer Â Pur Â for Â an Â afternoon Â recital Â ings, Â invitations Â to Â major Â festivals, Â on Â Sunday, Â at Â 3 Â p.m. Â in Â the Â concert Â and Â concerts Â in Â over Â 40 Â countries. Â In Â hall Â at Â the Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â 2013, Â Singer Â Pur Â was Â awarded Â the Â prestigious Â Caecilia Â Prize Â (Belgium) Â Arts. Â The Â a Â cappella Â recital Â program, Â and Â the Â Bavarian Â State Â Prize Â for Â Mu-Â sic Â (Germany). titled Â â€œFields Â of Â Gold: Â Ivan Â Hewett Â of Â BBC Â Vocal Â Music Â through Â Music Â Magazine Â noted, Â the Â Centuries,â€? Â will Â span Â â€œWhat Â seizes Â the Â ear Â nearly Â a Â thousand Â years Â are Â the Â thick Â weaves Â of Â of Â music, Â starting Â in Â the Â counterpoint, Â and Â the Â Middle Â Ages Â with Â works Â dense Â and Â dissonant Â har-Â by Â composer Â Hildegard Â monies. Â To Â make Â this Â von Â Bingen;Íž Â moving Â on Â to Â the Â Renaissance Â with Â BY GREG PAHL music Â speak Â the Â singers Â need Â a Â razor-Âsharp Â sense Â music Â by Â Palestrina Â and Â Orlando Â di Â Lasso;Íž Â then Â on Â to Â the Â Ro-Â of Â pitch Â and Â a Â focused, Â pure Â tone, Â mantic Â era Â with Â songs Â by Â Brahms Â which Â the Â young Â German Â vocal Â sex-Â DQG 6FKXPDQQ DQG ÂżQDOO\ DUULYLQJ tet, Â Singer Â Pur, Â certainly Â have.â€? Tickets Â are Â $20 Â for Â the Â general Â pub-Â in Â the Â 20th Â century Â with Â works Â by Â Ir-Â ving Â Berlin Â and Â Sting, Â among Â others. lic. Â For Â more Â information, Â call Â 443-Â Singer Â Pur Â is Â renowned Â as Â the Â 6433 Â or Â go Â to Â http://go.middlebury. worldâ€™s Â leading Â German-Âspeaking Â edu/arts. vocal Â group. Â The Â group Â was Â founded Â â€˜SHREK,â€™ Â THE Â MUSICAL Based Â on Â the Â Oscar-Âwinning Â LQ E\ ÂżYH IRUPHU PHPEHUV RI Germanyâ€™s Â famous Â Regensburger Â 'UHDP:RUNV ÂżOP Âł6KUHNÂ´ EULQJV Domspatzen Â Cathedral Â boysâ€™ Â choir. Â the Â hilarious Â story Â of Â everyoneâ€™s Â A Â fortunate Â love Â affair Â brought Â a Â so-Â favorite Â ogre Â to Â life Â on Â stage. Â The Â prano Â into Â their Â ranks, Â resulting Â in Â a Â musical Â will Â appear Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â vocal Â sextet Â with Â an Â unusual Â com-Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â for Â nine Â perfor-Â bination Â of Â voices Â (a Â soprano, Â three Â mances, Â beginning Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â on Â Thursday. Â It Â is Â a Â production Â of Â The Â tenors, Â a Â baritone, Â and Â a Â bass). Â 6LQJHU 3XU ZRQ ÂżUVW SUL]H LQ WKH Company, Â a Â new Â resident Â company Â 1994 Â Deutscher Â Musikwettbewerb, Â at Â THT Â that Â will Â specialize Â in Â mu-Â Sunday. Â There Â will Â be Â more Â perfor-Â and Â the Â 1995 Â Grand Â Prix Â for Â vo-Â sicals. Â Additional Â performances Â mances Â next Â week. Shrek, Â our Â unlikely Â hero, Â and Â his Â cal Â ensembles Â at Â the Â international Â will Â be Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday Â and Â Tampere Â Music Â Festival Â in Â Finland. Â Saturday, Â with Â a Â 2 Â p.m. Â matinee Â on Â loyal Â steed Â Donkey Â set Â off Â on Â a Â quest Â
SINGER Â PUR to Â rescue Â the Â beautiful Â and Â slightly Â ÂżHU\3ULQFHVV)LRQD7KHYLOODLQKDV a Â short Â temper, Â a Â cookie Â has Â a Â bad Â at-Â titude, Â and Â over Â a Â dozen Â other Â fairy Â WDOHPLVÂżWVDOOVLQJDQGGDQFHWRDQ effervescent Â Broadway Â score. The Â Company Â has Â assembled Â one Â of Â the Â best Â and Â most Â experienced Â casts Â ever Â to Â appear Â on Â the Â THT Â stage. Â Shrek Â is Â played Â by Â local Â ac-Â tor Â Leigh Â Guptill, Â a Â big Â guy Â with Â a Â soaring Â voice Â who Â was Â born Â to Â play Â the Â role. Â Other Â cast Â members Â in-Â clude Â Kim Â Anderson Â (star Â of Â â€œFunny Â Girlâ€?), Â Bill Â Bickford Â (star Â of Â â€œThe Â Music Â Manâ€?), Â and Â Justin Â Bouvier, Â who Â has Â directed Â and Â acted Â in Â sev-Â eral Â shows Â at Â THT. Â Serene Â Eddy Â plays Â the Â Dragon, Â with Â Sarah Â Stone, Â Jessica Â Allen, Â Marshall Â Eddy, Â Lydia Â Deppman Â and Â over Â a Â dozen Â other Â performers Â bringing Â the Â musical Â to Â life. Â Tim Â Guiles Â is Â the Â driving Â force Â behind Â the Â work, Â serving Â as Â director Â and Â musical Â director. Tickets Â are Â $23/$18 Â for Â children Â 12 Â and Â under. Â Tickets Â may Â be Â pur-Â chased Â at Â 382-Â9222, Â townhalltheater. RUJDWWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFHGDLO\H[-Â cept Â Sunday, Â noon Â to Â 5 Â p.m.) Â and Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. â€˜TOSCAâ€™ Â LIVE Â IN Â HD Â AT Â THT A Â pair Â of Â opera Â superstars Â will Â be Â on Â the Â big Â screen Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â when Â Pucciniâ€™s Â â€œToscaâ€? Â is Â broadcast Â on Â Saturday, Â at Â 12:55 Â p.m. The Â fast-Âpaced Â operatic Â thriller Â
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Scientist to share how animal forms have evolved MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Award-Âwin-Â QLQJ VFLHQWLVW DXWKRU DQG HGXFDWRU 6HDQ%&DUUROOZLOOJLYHDRQHKRXU lecture Â on Â Thursday, Â Nov. Â 14, Â titled Â Âł%UDYH *HQLXV $ 6FLHQWLVWÂśV -RXU-Â ney Â from Â the Â French Â Resistance Â to Â WKH1REHO3UL]HÂ´7KHHYHQWWDUJHWHG WRDJHQHUDODXGLHQFHZLOOWDNHSODFH at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â in Â Dana Â Auditorium Â at Â 0LGGOHEXU\&ROOHJH Carroll, Â vice Â president Â for Â science Â HGXFDWLRQ RI WKH +RZDUG +XJKHV Medical Â Institute, Â will Â chronicle Â the Â DGYHQWXUHVRI-DFTXHV0RQRGDFR IRXQGHU RI PROHFXODU ELRORJ\ IURP the Â dark Â years Â of Â the Â German Â occu-Â SDWLRQRI3DULVWRWKHKHLJKWVRIWKH 1REHO3UL]HKLVIULHQGVKLSZLWKWKH JUHDW ZULWHU $OEHUW &DPXV DQG KLV HPHUJHQFH DV D SXEOLF ÂżJXUH DQG OHDGLQJYRLFHRIVFLHQFH7KHOHFWXUH ZLOOEHDV\QWKHVLVRIVFLHQFHKLVWRU\ and Â literature. Â Carroll Â will Â also Â deal Â ZLWK GHQLDOLVP RI WZR RI WKH ELJ-Â JHVW LGHDV LQ ELRORJ\ DV HIIHFWLYHO\ FRQIURQWHG E\ WKH OHDG FKDUDFWHU Monod. Carroll Â will Â also Â lead Â an Â extended Â Q&A-Âstyle Â seminar Â on Â â€œEndless Â Forms Â Most Â Beautiful: Â Evo Â Devo Â DQGD1HZ(YROXWLRQDU\6\QWKHVLVÂ´ at Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â in Â Room Â 216 Â of Â Mc-Â
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Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â is Â pleased Â to Â recognize Â Jonah Â Lefkoe Â as Â its Â Student Â of Â the Â Week. Â Jonah Â resides Â in Â Middlebury Â with Â KLVSDUHQWV.DUHQDQG7RGG/HINRHDQG\RXQJHUVLVWHU6RSKLHDQ HLJKWKJUDGHUDW0806 Jonah Â has Â achieved Â High Â Honors Â at Â MUHS Â and Â received Â the Â 3UHVLGHQWLDO$ZDUGIRU$FDGHPLF([FHOOHQFHLQJUDGHVDQG+H has Â completed Â Advanced Â Placement Â (AP) Â U.S. Â History, Â AP Â Calculus Â I Â and Â II, Â and Â AP Â Biology. Â He Â received Â the Â AP Â Scholar Â Award Â in Â grade Â &XUUHQWO\KHLVHQUROOHGLQ$3(QJOLVK$3:RUOG+LVWRU\DQG$3 Statistics, Â as Â well Â as Â Computer Â Modeling Â and Â Simulation Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Jonah Â received Â the Â Harvard Â Book Â Award, Â the Â St. Â Michaelâ€™s Â College Â %RRN$ZDUGDQGWKH08+6&RPPXQLW\6HUYLFH$ZDUGLQJUDGH He Â received Â the Â Student Â Recognition Â Breakfast Â Award Â for Â chemistry Â LQJUDGH+HHDUQHG+RQRUDEOH0HQWLRQIRUWKH$PHULFDQ/HJLRQ 'HSDUWPHQW $ZDUGV IRU VRFLDO VWXGLHV LQ JUDGHV DQG DQG IRU VFLHQFHLQJUDGH He Â is Â the Â president Â of Â the Â local Â chapter Â of Â the Â National Â Honor Â Society. Â Jonah Â was Â selected Â to Â attend Â Green Â Mountain Â Boysâ€™ Â State Â last Â summer Â and Â as Â an Â alternate Â to Â Boysâ€™ Â Nation. Â He Â is Â a Â Peer Â Leader Â Coordinator Â for Â grade Â 9 Â students, Â to Â aid Â in Â the Â successful Â transition Â to Â high Â school. Jonah Â Lefkoe -RQDKKDVSOD\HGIRRWEDOOIRUWKH7LJHUVDOOIRXU\HDUVDQGDWWKH M.U.H.S. YDUVLW\OHYHOVLQFHJUDGH+HKDVDOVRFRPSHWHGRQWKHWUDFNDQG ÂżHOGWHDP -RQDKKDVEHHQDPHPEHURIWKH6WXGHQW6HQDWHLQJUDGHVDQGVHUYLQJDVLWVYLFHSUHVLGHQWIRUWKHSDVWWZR\HDUV +HKDVEHHQWKHSUHVLGHQWRIWKHFODVVRIIRUWKHSDVWWKUHH\HDUV-RQDKKDVSOD\HGWHQRUVD[RSKRQHIRUWKH&RQFHUW%DQG DOOIRXU\HDUVDQGZDVVHOHFWHGWRSOD\LQWKH*UHHQ0RXQWDLQ0XVLF)HVWLYDOLQJUDGHVDQG+HKDVDOVRSOD\HGÂżUVWFKDLU for Â the Â Jazz Â Band Â for Â the Â past Â two Â years. Jonah Â has Â been Â the Â student Â coordinator Â for Â the Â Brain Â Science Â Club Â for Â the Â past Â three Â years. Â He Â has Â participated Â in Â several Â FRPPXQLW\VHUYLFHSURMHFWVDW08+6DQGRXWVLGHRIVFKRRO+HZDVD3HHU7XWRULQWKH08+6/HDUQLQJ/DEIRUDYDULHW\RI subjects Â in Â grade Â 9. Jonah Â has Â participated Â in Â community Â neuroscience Â education, Â including Â a Â presentation Â to Â a Â brain Â injury Â support Â group. Â During Â WKHSDVWWZRVXPPHUVKHZDVDQLQWHUQDWWKH0LGGOHEXU\&ROOHJHQHXURVFLHQFHODERUDWRU\,QJUDGHVDQGKHSOD\HG saxophone Â with Â the Â Middlebury Â Community Â Wind Â Ensemble. Â He Â has Â been Â active Â with Â the Â Addison Â County Â Havurah. In Â his Â spare Â time, Â Jonah Â enjoys Â playing Â the Â ukulele, Â snowboarding, Â reading, Â and Â listening Â to Â music. -RQDKZLOODSSO\WRDIRXU\HDUUHVHDUFKXQLYHUVLW\WRPDMRULQQHXURVFLHQFH Congratulations, Â Jonah, Â on Â all Â your Â accomplishments Â and Â service, Â from Â everyone Â at Â MUHS. Â
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Vergennes Union High School
Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â is Â pleased Â to Â recognize Â Jared Â Birchmore Â as Â its Â Student Â of Â the Â Week. Â Jared Â lives Â in Â :HVW $GGLVRQ ZLWK KLV PRP DQG GDG 7LPRWK\ DQG 9DOHULH %LUFKPRUH-DUHGKDVWZRROGHUEURWKHUV7\OHUDQG.\OHZKR JUDGXDWHGIURP9HUPRQW7HFKQLFDO&ROOHJH+LVVLVWHU0RQLFD is Â a Â sophomore Â at Â Champlain Â College, Â and Â his Â younger Â brother, Â Jacob, Â is Â a Â sophomore Â at Â VUHS. Jared Â has Â been Â an Â honors Â and Â high Â honors Â student Â since Â freshman Â year. Â He Â is Â currently Â the Â president Â of Â the Â senior Â class. Â He Â attended Â Boysâ€™ Â State Â at Â Lyndon Â State Â College, Â and Â WKLVSDVWVXPPHUKHDWWHQGHGDWZRZHHNVXPPHUSURJUDPDW Rensselaer Â Polytechnic Â Institute Â for Â Architecture, Â after Â being Â awarded Â the Â Rensselaer Â Medal Â as Â a Â junior. Â Jared Â is Â an Â active Â member Â of Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â community. Â He Â tutored Â other Â students Â during Â his Â freshman Â and Â sophomore Â years. Â He Â has Â loved Â playing Â soccer Â at Â VUHS, Â and Â KDVDOVREHHQDPHPEHURI6WXGHQW&RXQFLODQG0DWK7HDP Outside Â of Â school Â Jared Â has Â worked Â as Â a Â lifeguard Â at Â the Â Sam Â )LVKPDQ3RROLQ9HUJHQQHV'XULQJWKH$SULOEUHDN-DUHG Jared Â Birchmore HQMR\HG EHLQJ SDUW RI D GD\ FKXUFK PLVVLRQ WULS WR 1RUWK V.U.H.S. Carolina. Â Both Â of Â these Â experiences Â made Â Jared Â realize Â that Â hard Â work Â pays Â off, Â and Â it Â has Â shown Â him Â the Â incredible Â impact Â that Â giving Â back Â to Â a Â community Â can Â have. Â Also, Â Jared Â has Â been Â a Â member Â of Â the Â Addison Â United Â soccer Â team. -DUHGVDLGWKLVDERXWKLVWLPHDW9HUJHQQHV8QLRQ+LJK6FKRROÂł7KURXJKP\KLJKVFKRROFDUHHU,KDYHOHDUQHG that Â hard Â work Â and Â dedication Â pays Â off, Â and Â I Â have Â also Â recognized Â the Â importance Â of Â friendship. Â If Â I Â could Â say Â anything Â to Â the Â students Â of Â VUHS, Â I Â would Â encourage Â them Â to Â study Â hard, Â but Â never Â forget Â to Â appreciate Â your Â friends, Â and Â have Â some Â fun, Â because Â you Â are Â still Â kids!â€? Matt Â DeBlois, Â the Â French Â teacher, Â said, Â â€œJared Â is Â a Â trustworthy, Â articulate Â and Â inquisitive Â student Â who Â infuses Â humor Â with Â candor. Â Jared Â challenges Â himself Â in Â all Â endeavors.â€? )ROORZLQJJUDGXDWLRQIURP98+6-DUHGLVJRLQJWRSXUVXHDFDUHHULQDUFKLWHFWXUH7KLVÂżHOGKDVLQWHUHVWHG him Â since Â he Â was Â young, Â and Â he Â is Â looking Â forward Â to Â the Â ability Â to Â express Â his Â creativity Â through Â an Â architecture Â program. 7KHIDFXOW\VWDIIDQGVWXGHQWVRI98+6ZLVK-DUHG%LUFKPRUHWKHYHU\EHVWLQWKHIXWXUH
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THE Â MOUNT Â ABRAHAM Â Union Â High Â School Â boysâ€™ Â soccer Â team Â celebrates Â after Â winning Â the Â Division Â II Â state Â championship Â Saturday. Â The Â Eagles Â beat Â Green Â Mountain Â Valley, Â 1-Â0.
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Eagle Â boysâ€™ Â soccer Â wraps Â up Â a Â dream Â season Â Defeats Â GMV, Â 1-Â0, for Â third Â D-ÂII Â crown By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY RANDOLPH Â â€” Â The Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â boysâ€™ Â soccer Â team Â completed Â the Â most Â suc-Â cessful Â season Â in Â program Â history Â on Â Saturday Â in Â Randolph, Â when Â the Â top-Â seeded Â Eagles Â defeated Â No. Â 3 Â Green Â Mountain Â Valley, Â 1-Â0, Â for Â the Â Divi-Â sion Â II Â title. Â In Â addition Â to Â winning Â the Â pro-Â gramâ€™s Â third Â D-ÂII Â crown Â â€” Â the Â oth-Â ers Â came Â in Â 2004 Â and Â 1982 Â â€” Â the Â (DJOHVDOVRÂżQLVKHGDWHFOLSV-Â ing Â the Â teamâ€™s Â previous Â record Â for Â victories Â by Â three. But Â all Â season Â what Â the Â Eagles Â have Â talked Â about Â after Â wins Â was Â their Â chemistry, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â what Â they Â believe Â allowed Â them Â to Â accomplish Â those Â milestones. Â Junior Â Whit Â Lower Â â€” Â one Â mem-Â ber Â of Â a Â defensive Â unit Â that Â allowed Â just Â one Â goal Â in Â four Â playoff Â games Â â€” Â responded Â after Â Saturdayâ€™s Â shut-Â out Â to Â a Â question Â of Â what Â lay Â behind Â
the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â success. â€œWe Â have Â the Â closest-Âknit Â group Â of Â guys Â that Â has Â ever Â been. Â Weâ€™re Â always Â there Â for Â each Â other, Â and Â we Â work Â hard,â€? Â Lower Â said. Â â€œYou Â can Â see Â â€˜Brotherhoodâ€™ Â on Â the Â back Â of Â our Â shirts, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â whatâ€™s Â taken Â us Â here.â€? Coach Â Mike Â Corey Â gave Â credit Â to Â his Â co-Âcaptains, Â seniors Â Cale Â Thy-Â gesen Â and Â Sawyer Â Kamman, Â and Â the Â rest Â of Â the Â Eagle Â veterans Â for Â helping Â build Â that Â bond. â€œThey Â felt Â everybody Â was Â equal Â in Â importance Â and Â treated Â them Â that Â way,â€? Â Corey Â said. Â â€œIt Â really Â does Â boil Â down Â to Â leadership.â€? Of Â course, Â the Â Eagles Â also Â have Â talent. Â â€œCoach Â has Â been Â telling Â us Â that Â this Â is Â the Â best Â team Â he Â has Â had Â here, Â and Â that Â feels Â really Â good,â€? Â Lower Â said. But Â maybe Â it Â was Â chemistry Â that Â gave Â the Â Eagles Â the Â resilience Â they Â needed Â against Â 9-Â3-Â2 Â Green Â Mount Â Valley, Â a Â team Â that Â lost Â only Â to Â Mount Â Abe Â this Â fall. Â With Â 15 Â min-Â XWHV OHIW LQ WKH ÂżUVW KDOI 7K\JHVHQ
â€” Â by Â consensus Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â best Â player Â â€” Â pulled Â up Â lame Â and Â left Â the Â game. Â Midway Â through Â the Â second Â KDOI VHQLRU VWDUWLQJ Ă€DQN PLGÂżHOGHU Rider Â MacCrellish Â had Â to Â leave Â after Â a Â hard Â Gumby Â foul. Because Â of Â Thygesenâ€™s Â role Â di-Â recting Â the Â offense Â and Â striking Â all Â of Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â direct Â kicks, Â his Â were Â HVSHFLDOO\ELJFOHDWVWRÂżOO %XWÂżOOWKHPWKH(DJOHVGLG&RUH\ inserted Â sophomore Â Charlie Â Meyer Â at Â left Â back Â and Â moved Â junior Â Theo Â :HDYHU WR FHQWUDO PLGÂżHOG DQG VH-Â nior Â center Â middie Â Aiden Â White-Â Pifer Â accepted Â more Â responsibility Â for Â ball Â distribution Â and Â took Â all Â the Â restarts. All Â three Â performed Â well. Â â€œThere Â were Â a Â couple Â of Â guys Â who Â were Â given Â permission Â to Â do Â what Â they Â are Â capable Â of,â€? Â Corey Â said. Â Lower Â said Â the Â Eagles Â kept Â faith Â when Â their Â teammates Â went Â down. â€œThose Â were Â huge Â losses. Â But Â we Â knew Â if Â we Â kept Â our Â heads Â together Â â€Ś Â we Â could Â do Â it,â€? Â he Â said. Corey Â noted Â Thygesen, Â typically Â a Â YRFDO OHDGHU RQ WKH ÂżHOG PDGH KLV
presence Â felt Â from Â the Â bench Â and Â at Â halftime, Â when Â the Â score Â stood Â at Â 0-Â0 Â and Â the Â Eagles Â gathered Â as Â a Â team Â without Â their Â coaches. Â â€œI Â could Â hear Â him Â saying Â loudly, Â â€˜You Â can Â do Â this,â€™â€? Â Corey Â said. By Â then, Â the Â Eagles Â had Â weath-Â ered Â an Â early Â Gumby Â storm. Â GMVS Â came Â out Â strong, Â especially Â in Â the Â ÂżUVW PLQXWHV DQG SUHVVXUHG WKH Eagles Â short-Âpassing Â game;Íž Â they Â RXWVKRW0RXQW$EHLQWKHÂżUVWKDOI (DJOH VHQLRU JRDOLH ,UD )LVKHU PDGH WKUHH RI KLV ÂżYH VDYHV LQ WKH ÂżUVWKDOIDQGGLGZHOOWRSXQFKDZD\ a Â Gumby Â corner Â kick. Â Lower, Â fellow Â junior Â center Â de-Â fender Â Gus Â Catlin, Â senior Â Calvin Â Joos Â on Â the Â right Â side, Â and Â Weaver Â and Â Meyer Â on Â the Â left Â made Â sound Â defensive Â plays, Â stepped Â up Â to Â break Â up Â other Â threats, Â and Â backed Â each Â other Â up. Corey Â said Â his Â defense Â had Â mo-Â ments Â of Â inconsistency Â in Â midsea-Â son, Â but Â developed Â into Â a Â strength Â down Â the Â stretch. Â â€œEarlier Â in Â the Â season Â I Â think Â there Â ZDVDOLWWOHELWRIHEEDQGĂ€RZÂ´&R-Â
rey Â said. Â â€œI Â think Â their Â level Â of Â con-Â centration Â at Â the Â end Â grew Â tremen-Â dously.â€? Still, Â the Â Eagles Â were Â fortunate Â in Â the Â halfâ€™s Â 39th Â minute Â when Â Gumby Â Brendan Â Toddâ€™s Â well Â struck Â 15-Âyard Â volley Â sailed Â just Â high. Corey Â switched Â the Â Eagle Â align-Â ment Â for Â the Â second Â half, Â moving Â Weaver Â to Â striker Â along Â with Â senior Â Ethan Â White Â and Â adding Â Catlin Â to Â WKH PLGÂżHOG LQ DQ DWWHPSW WR UHHV-Â tablish Â ball Â possession. Â The Â Eagles Â began Â to Â carry Â more Â play, Â and Â in Â the Â eighth Â minute Â drew Â a Â foul Â about Â 40 Â \DUGVRXWRQWKHOHIWVLGHRIWKHÂżHOG White-ÂPifer Â lofted Â it Â toward Â the Â near Â post. Â Just Â before Â Gumby Â goalie Â Max Â Stamler Â could Â get Â to Â the Â ball, Â Eagle Â sophomore Â middie Â Jackie Â Gorton, Â cutting Â in Â from Â the Â right, Â shouldered Â the Â ball Â inside Â the Â post Â to Â give Â the Â Eagles Â the Â lead. Â The Â Eagles Â then Â went Â back Â to Â the Â more Â defensive Â posture, Â but Â con-Â tinued Â to Â generate Â chances. Â Kam-Â PDQIURPWKHOHIWĂ€DQNMXVWPLVVHG White Â on Â a Â cross, Â and Â Stamler Â (See Â Soccer, Â Page Â 18)
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MUHS Â football Â trounces Â Hartford WRUHDFKVWDWHÂżQDOWKLV6DWXUGD\ By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â No. Â 1 Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â football Â team Â will Â play Â No. Â 2 Â South Â Burlington Â on Â Saturday Â for Â the Â Divi-Â sion Â I Â title, Â and Â a Â win Â for Â the Â Tigers Â ZRXOGJLYHWKHPWKHLUÂżUVWWLWOHVLQFH they Â upset Â Hartford, Â 3-Â0, Â in Â 2002. *DPH WLPH IRU 6DWXUGD\ÂśV ÂżQDO between Â the Â 10-Â0 Â Tigers Â and Â 9-Â1 Â Rebels Â at Â Rutland Â High Â School Â is Â 5 Â p.m. To Â reach Â that Â game, Â the Â Tigers Â on Â this Â past Â Friday Â had Â to Â defeat Â visit-Â ing Â Hartford, Â the Â three-Âtime Â defend-Â LQJ FKDPSLRQ DQG ZLQQHU RI ÂżYH of Â the Â past Â six Â D-ÂI Â crowns. Â But Â this Â time Â the Â Hurricanes Â were Â the Â No. Â 4 Â VHHG HQWHUHG WKH VHPLÂżQDO ZLWK D 6-Â2 Â record, Â and Â had Â already Â lost Â to Â the Â Tigers Â this Â fall, Â 23-Â0. The Â Tigers Â were Â prepared, Â shut-Â ting Â down Â Hartfordâ€™s Â power Â running Â game Â and Â moving Â the Â ball Â consis-Â tently Â in Â a Â 28-Â6 Â victory. Â Hartfordâ€™s Â only Â score Â and Â 75 Â of Â its Â 237 Â yards Â of Â offense Â came Â after Â MUHS Â had Â taken Â a Â 28-Â0 Â lead Â and Â Coach Â Dennis Â Smith Â KDGSXOOHGKLVÂżUVWVWULQJGHIHQVH Tiger Â senior Â linebacker Â Josh Â Stea-Â rns, Â who Â made Â two Â tackles Â to Â end Â a Â Hartford Â scoring Â threat Â with Â the Â score Â 21-Â0 Â late Â in Â the Â third, Â said Â the Â Tiger Â coaches Â had Â spent Â hours Â in Â the Â video Â room Â to Â prepare Â their Â team Â to Â face Â the Â Hurricanes. $QGWKH7LJHUVZHUHÂżUHGXSWRGR the Â rest, Â Stearns Â said, Â including Â stop-Â ping Â Hartford Â on Â fourth-Âand-Âthree Â from Â the Â Tiger Â 8 Â in Â the Â second Â quar-Â ter, Â when Â Sam Â Smith Â dragged Â down Â Dylan Â Rice Â a Â yard Â short Â to Â protect Â a Â 7-Â0 Â lead. â€œThe Â key Â was Â just Â getting Â our Â UHDGV DQG ÂżQGLQJ WKH EDOO MXVW swarming Â that Â ballcarrier,â€? Â Stearns Â said. Â â€œWe Â just Â took Â it Â to Â them Â every Â
play.â€? Stearns Â added Â the Â Tigers Â had Â plenty Â of Â motivation: Â Many Â of Â them Â were Â on Â WKHÂżHOGIRURQHVLGHGSOD\RIIORVVHV to Â Hartford Â in Â 2011 Â and Â 2012. â€œThis Â means Â a Â whole Â lot Â to Â us. Â They Â knocked Â us Â out Â the Â last Â two Â years, Â and Â we Â just Â came Â out Â ready Â to Â play,â€? Â Stearns Â said. Â â€œWe Â did Â what Â we Â needed Â to Â do.â€? The Â Tigers Â took Â the Â lead Â on Â their Â second Â possession, Â after Â a Â short Â punt Â set Â them Â up Â on Â the Â Hurricane Â 41. Â Af-Â ter Â quarterback Â Austin Â Robinson Â hit Â Connor Â Quinn Â for Â 12 Â yards Â on Â third Â down Â to Â keep Â the Â drive Â alive Â and Â UDQIRUDQRWKHUÂżUVWGRZQKHIRXQG &XOOHQ+DWKDZD\LQWKHOHIWĂ€DWDQG Hathaway Â raced Â untouched Â for Â the Â VFRUH7KHÂżUVWRIIRXU6WHDUQVH[WUD SRLQWVPDGHLWDWRIWKHÂżUVW After Â the Â Tigers Â and Â Smith Â stopped Â Hartford Â on Â the Â MUHS Â 6, Â they Â moved Â to Â the Â 47 Â and Â punted. Â Hartford Â fumbled Â the Â punt, Â and Â Bob-Â by Â Ritter Â recovered Â at Â the Â Hartford Â 15. Â Smith Â then Â fumbled Â at Â the Â Hur-Â ricane Â 6 Â on Â the Â next Â play Â and Â Hart-Â ford Â recovered, Â but Â could Â not Â move Â the Â ball. 7KH ÂżHOG SRVLWLRQ SDLG RII ZKHQ the Â Tigers Â took Â over Â on Â the Â Hartford Â 34 Â and Â scored Â in Â two Â plays, Â a Â 19-Âyard Â Robinson Â run Â and Â an Â 11-Âyard Â Hatha-Â way Â scamper Â to Â the Â right Â side Â at Â 2:55. Â That Â 14-Â0 Â score Â held Â at Â the Â half. Hartford Â went Â nowhere Â to Â open Â the Â second Â half, Â and Â the Â Tigers Â moved Â 44 Â yards Â to Â make Â it Â 21-Â0. Â Af-Â ter Â a Â Robinson Â run Â and Â a Â facemask Â penalty, Â two Â bursts Â by Â fullback Â Jake Â Trautwein Â pushed Â the Â ball Â to Â the Â 20, Â and Â from Â there Â Hathaway Â scored Â again, Â running Â wide Â right Â and Â cut-Â ting Â back Â across Â the Â middle. Hartford Â then Â drove Â to Â the Â Tiger Â 16, Â but Â a Â bad Â snap Â and Â two Â tackles Â
for Â losses, Â one Â by Â Stearns, Â moved Â the Â ball Â back Â 22 Â yards. Â Hartford Â tried Â a Â screen Â pass Â to Â John Â Bielecki;Íž Â it Â gained Â 10 Â yards, Â but Â Stearns Â blew Â it Â up Â there Â by Â bowling Â over Â two Â block-Â ers Â and Â Bielecki Â with Â one Â move. Two Â possessions Â later, Â Quinn Â picked Â off Â a Â pass Â thrown Â by Â Hartford Â QB Â Greg Â Shinn Â as Â Trautwein Â was Â leveling Â him. Â Quinn Â returned Â it Â 23 Â yards Â to Â the Â Hartford Â 27, Â and Â a Â play Â later Â Smith Â bolted Â 25 Â yards Â to Â make Â it Â 28-Â0 Â at Â 7:21 Â of Â the Â fourth. Hartford Â then Â capped Â a Â 75-Âyard Â GULYH ZLWK D ÂżYH\DUG SDVV IURP Shinn Â to Â Rice. The Â Tigers Â gained Â 295 Â yards. Â Trautwein Â (nine Â rushes, Â 92 Â yards) Â and Â Robinson Â (10 Â for Â 76) Â led Â the Â way Â as Â MUHS Â rushed Â 39 Â times Â for Â \DUGV 5RELQVRQ ÂżQLVKHG WZR for Â four Â for Â 32 Â yards. Coach Â Smith Â said Â the Â Tigers Â mix Â in Â enough Â passing Â with Â inside Â and Â outside Â running Â to Â keep Â other Â teams Â off Â balance, Â and Â that Â they Â have Â worked Â hard Â to Â execute Â well. â€œItâ€™s Â just Â a Â group Â of Â kids Â that Â â€Ś Â believe Â in Â what Â weâ€™re Â doing. Â And Â I Â think Â weâ€™ve Â just Â gotten Â better Â and Â better Â as Â they Â year Â has Â gone Â on,â€? Â Smith Â said. Â â€œPlus Â weâ€™ve Â added Â things Â to Â what Â weâ€™ve Â been Â doing Â just Â WRVSUHDGWKHÂżHOGRXWPRUH7HDPV have Â to Â defend Â us Â all Â over Â the Â place.â€? Defensively Â on Â Friday, Â Smith Â said Â the Â Tigers Â played Â hard Â and Â followed Â the Â game Â plan. â€œOur Â kids Â just Â played Â fundamen-Â tal,â€? Â Smith Â said. Â â€œThe Â kids Â are Â just Â believing Â in Â the Â defense Â and Â their Â reads.â€? Â Â Next Â up Â are Â the Â Rebels, Â who Â the Â Tigers Â topped Â on Â Oct. Â 11, Â 42-Â20, Â despite Â 256 Â rushing Â yards Â from Â tail-Â back Â Tanner Â Contois. That Â game Â featured Â 912 Â yards Â
Soccer Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 16) saved Â a Â Kamman Â header Â on Â another Â White-ÂPifer Â free Â kick. Â Senior Â Turner Â Brett Â â€” Â he, Â senior Â Lucas Â Calzini Â and Â sophomore Â Dylan Â Weaver Â took Â WXUQV ÂżOOLQJ LQ IRU 0DF&UHOOLVK Â˛ DOVRÂżUHGMXVWZLGHOHIWDQG6WDPOHU ÂżYHVDYHV VWRSSHGD:KLWHELGRQ a Â counterattack. Down Â the Â stretch, Â GMVS Â had Â several Â corner Â kicks Â and Â restarts, Â but Â the Â Eagles Â kept Â clearing Â them Â out. Â With Â 0:08 Â to Â go, Â GMVS Â had Â one Â last Â restart Â that Â Lower Â headed Â away, Â and Â the Â Eagles Â started Â hugging Â and Â high-Â ÂżYLQJWKHLUIDQV â€œWeâ€™ve Â been Â waiting Â for Â this Â for Â so Â long,â€? Â Lower Â said. Â â€œWhen Â we Â were Â in Â 7th-Â Â and Â 8th-Âgrade Â we Â were Â talking Â about Â this Â year.â€? And Â Corey Â will Â be Â talking Â about Â this Â season Â for Â many Â years Â to Â come, Â and Â not Â just Â because Â of Â the Â wins. Â â€œThis Â has Â been, Â regardless Â of Â 17-Â 1, Â the Â most Â enjoyable Â season Â I Â have Â had Â in Â 31 Â years Â of Â coaching,â€? Â Corey Â said. Â â€œThey Â call Â each Â other Â broth-Â EAGLE Â ETHAN Â WHITE Â breaks Â up Â a Â Green Â Mountain Â Valley Â play Â dur-Â ers. Â They Â really Â do Â believe Â they Â LQJ6DWXUGD\ÂśV'LYLVLRQ,,VWDWHFKDPSLRQVKLSJDPHLQ5DQGROSK0RXQW have Â that Â special Â bond Â with Â each Â $EUDKDPZRQWKHJDPH Photo Â by Â Ben Â Kaufmann other.â€?
MIDDLEBURY Â UNION Â HIGH Â School Â quarterback Â Austin Â Robinson Â ran Â IRU\DUGVGXULQJ)ULGD\ÂśV'LYLVLRQ,VHPLÂżQDOJDPHDJDLQVW+DUWIRUG The Â Tigers Â won Â the Â game Â and Â will Â play Â for Â the Â state Â title Â on Â Saturday Â in Â 5XWODQG Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
of Â offense Â between Â the Â two Â team, Â slightly Â more Â from Â the Â Tigers, Â who Â were Â sparked Â by Â Trautweinâ€™s Â 223 Â yards. Â They Â also Â intercepted Â three Â passes Â and Â forced Â a Â Contois Â goal-Â line Â fumble. Stearns Â and Â Smith Â acknowledged Â handling Â Contois Â would Â be Â critical. â€œItâ€™s Â make Â plays, Â donâ€™t Â make Â mis-Â
takes, Â and Â contain Â Contois Â for Â as Â much Â as Â you Â can,â€? Â Smith Â said. Stearns Â said Â the Â Tigers Â were Â excit-Â ed Â to Â defeat Â Hartford, Â but Â they Â have Â not Â forgotten Â their Â week-Âto-Âweek Â mantra. â€œItâ€™s Â the Â best Â feeling Â right Â now,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œBut Â weâ€™ve Â got Â another Â week, Â another Â job Â to Â take Â care Â of.â€?
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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Football D-ÂI Final At Rutland High Football 11/9 Â #1 Â MUHS Â vs. Â #2 Â S. Â Burlington Â Â .. Â 5 Â p.m. D-ÂI COLLEGE SPORTS 11/1 Â #1 Â MUHS Â vs. Â #4 Â Hartford Â Â ..............28-Â6 Field Hockey D-ÂIII NESCAC Final Four at Amherst 11/1 Â #1 Â Woodstock Â vs. Â #5 Â OV Â ...............35-Â0 11/9 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Amherst Â Â ................... Â 11 Â a.m. Field Hockey 11/9 Â Tufts Â vs. Â Bowdoin Â Â ................. Â 1:30 Â p.m. D-ÂII Playoffs 11/10 Â Â ................................................... Â Final 10/30 Â #3 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â #7 Â Harwood Â Â ..........1-Â0 Womenâ€™s Soccer 11/2 Â #3 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â #1 Â Rice Â (Final) Â Â .........2-Â1 Â Â NESCAC Final Four at Midd. Boysâ€™ Soccer 11/9 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Tufts Â Â ......................... Â 11 Â a.m. D-ÂII Final 11/9 Â Trinity Â vs. Â Williams Â Â ............... Â 1:30 Â p.m. 11/2 Â #1 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â #3 Â GMVS Â ................ Â 1-Â0 11/10 Â Â ................................................... Â Final Football COLLEGE SPORTS 11/9 Â Midd. Â at Â Tufts Â Â ..................... Â 12:30 Â p.m. Field Hockey Volleyball 1(6&$&4XDUWHUĂ€QDO NESCAC Championship 11/2 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Colby Â Â ...............................3-Â0 Â 11/8-Â10 Â Â ...................................... Â at Â Williams Menâ€™s Soccer Spectators Â are Â advised Â to Â consult Â school Â 10/30 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Plymouth Â Â ...................... Â 4-Â0 websites Â for Â the Â latest Â schedule Â updates. Â 1(6&$&4XDUWHUĂ€QDO 11/2 Â Williams Â vs. Â Midd. Â Â ...........................3-Â2 Â HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
Womenâ€™s Soccer 1(6&$&4XDUWHUĂ€QDO 11/2 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Colby Â Â ...............................3-Â0 Â Football 11/2 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Hamilton Â .......................40-Â13
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Food, farm, forest businesses invited to learn & network MIDDLEBURY — Small busi- local food artisans, but also prod- ness owners and entrepreneurs asso- uct demonstrations. Small business ciated with Vermont’s owners with proto- working lands will “It’s really exciting types can receive di- gather with capital to see young rect feedback from and service providers entrepreneurs attendees that may in- in Addison County pitch their ideas form decisions about on Thursday, Nov. 7, marketing, develop- for the third annual and launch ment and production Financing the Work- business that of new products. ing Landscape Con- are going to “We are truly ex- ference. The annual create jobs. This cited to again be business symposium, conference is bringing people from which is produced our investment and about supporting by Addison County services communities Economic Develop- the innovators, together with local ment Corp. (ACEDC) the risk-takers innovators to focus and Addison County who start on the important is- Relocalization Net- something that VXHV RI ¿QDQFLQJ DQG work (ACORN) and PD\EHQHÀW growing businesses features entrepreneur that are part of Ver- pitches and expert everyone.” mont’s working land- IHHGEDFN RQ VSHFL¿F — Jonathan Corcoran scape,” said Robin growth challenges, Scheu, executive di- begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Middle- rector of ACEDC. “Attendees learn bury American Legion. a lot from the presentations and also Attendees can register online at from engaging with others through- http://acornvt.org/fwl2013. The con- ference fee is $30 ($20 for students), and includes a local foods lunch prepared by student chefs from the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center. The post-event networking hour features not only drinks and appetiz- ers from craft beverage makers and
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Family (Continued from Page 1) play narrative. “It’s so much fun to see,” Eddy- Guiles, who will play a dragon and is working on costuming, said of the on-stage family reunion. The senior-most member of the clan needs little introduction. Mar- shall Eddy, 74, has been a beloved art teacher at Middlebury Union High School for more than four de- cades. He more than knows his way around a stage, having been a direc- tor of the MUHS senior play and a veteran actor in local community theater offerings such as “Guys and Dolls,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Pi- rates of Penzance” and “Oliver.” He has also lent his baritone pipes as a soloist with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. If that weren’t enough, he also founded a student mime group at MUHS that had a nice, 12-year run. “He was my favorite teacher,” Eddy-Guiles said of her dad. “There are so many people who come up to me on the street and say things like, ‘Your father saved my daughter’s life;; she didn’t know where to turn and he gave her purpose.’ (My fa- ther) makes everyone feel important and successful.” Marshall Eddy had grown increas- ingly content in recent years to enjoy theater from the audience seats. “Frankly, I never thought I would be in another musical,” he said. “And I knew I didn’t want to do any more leads.” But Eddy started to soften his stance following some gentle prod- ding from Tim Guiles, Serena’s husband, who is The Company’s stage director, musical director and THREE GENERATIONS OF the Eddy family will take to the Town Hall Theater stage together on Nov. 7 for orchestra conductor for “Shrek the the opening of “Shrek the Musical.” Pictured are, clockwise from top left, Marshall Eddy, son Stan, grandson Musical.” Max Moulton, son-in-law Tim Guiles, granddaughter Kess Moulton and daughter Serena Eddy-Guiles. “Tim started dangling this role (of Independent photo/Trent Campbell
“Papa Ogre”), saying ‘There’s a re- ally good part there for some older JX\ , KRSH ZH FDQ ¿QG WKH ULJKW guy,’” Eddy said with a smile. “They kind of started to work on me.” Tim Guiles must have been quite convincing, as Marshall Eddy agreed to take on not only “Papa Ogre,” but also the roles of “Papa Bear,” a guard, a knight, a villager and a bishop. Several actors involved in the “Shrek” production are taking on multiple roles. ³,¶P DFWXDOO\ ¿QGLQJ WKDW WKLV D challenge I’ve never faced before,” he noted of the different singing har- monies, rapid costume changes and other tasks that go along with the “Shrek” production. It’s a challenge Eddy confessed he would not have taken on had there not been so many other family members involved in the production. That family angle also sold Stan Eddy, Serena’s brother, on becoming involved in “Shrek.” Stan Eddy had not done any the- ater work since he was a senior at MUHS a few decades ago. “I was all set to enjoy the rest of the family in the play,” he said mat- ter-of-factly. But Stan, like his dad, had his breaking point. His came when he was offered the role of Pinocchio. “I thought of my seven-year-old and how thrilling it would be for him to see me on stage as Pinocchio,” said Stan Eddy, the self-proclaimed family “goofball” who fabricated his own articulating nose for the perfor- mance. “It was a once-in-a-lifetime op- portunity to perform with three gen- erations of the family,” Stan Eddy added. From there, it wasn’t tough at all to convince a few members of the third (and youngest) generation of the family to join the fold. Kess Moulton, Serena’s 14-year- old daughter, signed on to play the young “Fiona” as well as one of the Three Blind Mice and one of the Three Little Pigs. “It is so much fun to have so many parts,” Kess said. “It’s great to have so much to do.” Her brother, 17-year-old Max Moulton, will also be juggling a lot of different assignments, albeit in the orchestra pit. The musical vir- tuoso will play a whopping six in- struments, including the baritone, tenor and soprano saxophones;; the FODULQHWDEDVVFODULQHWDQGWKHÀXWH “When you watch him play, it’s an athletic event,” Tim Guiles said of the young Moulton, a member of the much acclaimed MUHS Jazz Band. Max Moulton had an interest in acting, but that gradually took a backseat to academics, sports and music. “The pit orchestra is less of a time commitment,” he said with a smile. “Shrek the Musical” will be per- formed on Nov. 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m., with 2 p.m. matinees set for Nov. 10, 16 and 17. Tickets are $23 for adults, $18 for children. Reporter John Flowers is at email@example.com.
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Farmersâ€™ Â Market Â indoors Â for Â season MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â With Â the Â cold Â weather Â approaching, Â Middlebury Â Farmersâ€™ Â Market Â will Â once Â again Â move Â indoors Â at Â the Â Mary Â Hogan Â Elementary Â School Â gymnasium. Â Hours Â are Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â to Â 1 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturdays Â through Â December, Â and Â again Â March Â through Â April. Though Â many Â home Â gardeners Â are Â putting Â their Â vegetable Â gardens Â to Â bed Â now, Â local Â farmers Â are Â still Â harvesting Â a Â wide Â variety Â of Â vege-Â tables Â and Â plan Â to Â continue Â through Â December Â and Â beyond. Â Farmersâ€™ Â PDUNHW VKRSSHUV ZLOO ÂżQG JUHHQV root Â veggies Â and Â squash, Â eggs, Â cheese, Â meats, Â fresh Â breads, Â pastries, Â granola, Â prepared Â foods, Â maple Â syrup, Â and Â more. The Â market Â is Â also Â a Â great Â place Â to Â
ÂżQG KROLGD\ JLIWV DQG FUDIWV PDGH and Â sold Â by Â local Â artisans. Â With Â Â space Â available Â to Â sit Â and Â chat, Â people Â can Â come Â enjoy Â locally Â roasted Â coffee Â or Â a Â freshly Â baked Â treat Â with Â friends Â and Â neighbors. Â The Â annual Â Holiday Â Market Â is Â planned Â for Â Dec. Â 7, Â also Â at Â the Â school. Centrally Â located Â just Â off Â Route Â 7, Â adjacent Â to Â Buttolph Â Acres Â and Â local Â shopping Â centers, Â Mary Â Hogan Â School Â is Â a Â convenient Â place Â for Â the Â
indoor Â market Â with Â plenty Â of Â parking Â IRUFXVWRPHUV7RÂżQGRXWPRUHDQG to Â keep Â up Â with Â new Â developments, Â friend Â the Â market Â on Â Facebook Â at Â facebook/middleburyfarmersmarket Â or Â visit Â middleburyfarmersmarket. org. There Â are Â a Â select Â number Â of Â spaces Â available Â for Â producers Â and Â crafters Â who Â would Â like Â to Â vend. Â Email Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â for Â information.
Author to show kids steps for book creation
Trunk Â or Â treat TWO Â MASKED Â TRICK-ÂOR-ÂTREATERS Â pause Â for Â a Â photo Â op Â dur-Â ing Â Leicester Â Central Â Schoolâ€™s Â â€œTrunk Â or Â Treatâ€? Â event Â on Â Halloween Â night. Â Friends Â of Â Leicester Â Central Â School Â representatives Â say Â in Â spite Â of Â the Â rainy Â weather Â nearly Â 100 Â children Â attended Â the Â event Â in Â the Â school Â parking Â lot, Â where Â adults Â handed Â out Â candy Â from Â the Â trunks Â of Â their Â decorated Â cars. Â
MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â As Â part Â of Â its Â annual Â read-Âa-Âthon, Â Mary Â Hogan Â School Â will Â host Â Vermont Â childrenâ€™s Â book Â author Â Natalie Â Kinsey-ÂWarnock Â on Â Thursday, Â Nov. Â 7, Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â in Â the Â school Â library. Kinsey-ÂWarnock Â will Â show Â the Â process Â of Â creating Â a Â book, Â from Â the Â writing Â through Â the Â illustra-Â tions Â to Â the Â finished Â product. Â She Â will Â show Â several Â slides Â of Â her Â home Â in Â Vermont Â and Â the Â animals Â she Â has Â rescued. Explaining Â that Â many Â of Â her Â stories Â are Â drawn Â from Â her Â own Â experiences, Â Kinsey-ÂWarnock Â will Â encourage Â students Â to Â explore Â stories Â from Â their Â own Â lives. Â She Â will Â talk Â about Â various Â ways Â the Â students Â can Â uncover Â family Â stories Â and Â use Â them Â in Â their Â writing.
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A Â CHILD Â is Â under Â 6 Â years Â old. Â A Â JUNIOR Â is Â 6 Â years Â old Â through Â 6th Â grade. Â A Â STUDENT Â is Â 7th Â grade Â through Â college. Â A Â SENIOR CITIZEN Â is Â 62-Â69. Order Â your Â pass Â online Â at Â www.middleburysnowbowl.com Â or Â by Â mail. Â Form Â available Â on Â the Â website. Â Forms Â of Â payment Â accepted Â are Â cash, Â check, Â VISA Â or Â Mastercard. Â Credit Â card Â purchases Â can Â be Â made Â by Â calling Â 802-Â443-Â5125 Â or Â online Â at Â www.middleburysnowbowl.com. Â If Â you Â have Â questions Â concerning Â this Â sale Â please Â call Â 802-Â443-Â7669 Â or Â email Â email@example.com. Â
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Iâ€™m a Gordon setter... If youâ€™d like to include your pet as â€œPet of the Weekâ€? simply include your petâ€™s name, gender, approximate age (if you know it), along with comments about the petâ€™s favorite activities, your favorite activity with the pet, what the pet enjoys eating, and any particular
stories or incidents you might like to share concerning your pet. Send the photo and story to the Addison Independent, Pet Page, 58 Maple St., Middlebury, Vt., 05753, or email a high-resolution jpeg to news@ addisonindependent.com.
and would like to know when youâ€™re going to give me the treat that must be coming because you asked me to do lie down for this photo â€” canâ€™t you tell from the picture that Iâ€™m concentrating on reminding you that I EXPECT a treat, so where is it? I just turned 12 years old and am spending much more time lying around than those many early years when I couldnâ€™t stop moving. And I
didnâ€™t really like to meet new people or dogs â€” a doctor called me â€œpredictably unpredictable.â€? But all seems cool now, I only get excited when my friends come (who, of course, instantly give me a treat) to visit. Even though my legs donâ€™t always work just right now, life is good! Susie Leonard New Haven
PETS IN NEED HOMEWARD BOUNDâ€“Addison Countyâ€™s Humane Society What Â a Â pretty Â gal! Â Just Â look Â at Â those Â gorgeous Â green Â eyes. Â Iâ€™m Â Bananas, Â one Â of Â the Â many Â sweet Â and Â friendly Â felines Â here Â at Â the Â shelter. Â Iâ€™m Â petite Â and Â have Â the Â cutest Â little Â pink Â nose. Â I Â love Â to Â get Â attention Â and Â I Â love Â to Â play! Â I Â would Â make Â a Â great Â mouser! Â Since Â Iâ€™ve Â been Â at Â the Â shelter, Â the Â staff Â has Â really Â taken Â right Â to Â me. Â Iâ€™m Â simply Â fun Â and Â friendly Â and Â would Â make Â someone Â a Â great Â little Â companion, Â happily Â welcoming Â you Â home Â each Â and Â every Â day. Â Iâ€™ve Â got Â such Â a Â great Â personality Â and Â would Â easily Â get Â along Â with Â other Â feline Â friends, Â canine Â companions Â and Â people Â of Â all Â ages. Â Â Come Â meet Â me Â today Â and Â see Â what Â a Â neat Â gal Â I Â am! Â
What Â a Â pretty Â gal, Â right? Â Iâ€™m Â Willow, Â a Â young Â medium Â mix Â dog Â who Â is Â full Â of Â love Â and Â energy. Â Iâ€™m Â super Â sweet Â and Â very, Â very Â smart. Â I Â love Â to Â go Â for Â walks Â and Â I Â love Â to Â play. Â I Â bond Â very Â closely Â with Â my Â person Â and Â can Â be Â anxious Â if Â left Â alone Â too Â long. Â I Â have Â done Â well Â with Â the Â other Â dogs Â here Â at Â the Â shelter Â and Â would Â do Â well Â with Â a Â canine Â companion Â in Â my Â new Â home. Â I Â am Â very Â pretty Â and Â loving Â and Â loyal Â and Â would Â love Â WRÂżQGP\IRUHYHUKRPH,ÂśGEHDJUHDWKLNLQJEXGG\
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CSAC Â annual Â meetingâ€™s Â topic Â will Â be Â health Â care Â reform MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â chair Â of Â the Â Green Â Mountain Â Care Â Board Â will Â discuss Â the Â state Â of Â health Â care Â reform Â at Â the Â annual Â meeting Â of Â the Â Counseling Â Service Â of Â Addison Â County Â on Â Nov. Â 14. Â The Â meeting Â will Â be Â held Â at Â CSACâ€™s Â headquarters Â at Â 109 Â Catamount Â Park Â off Â Exchange Â Street. Â It Â begins Â with Â registration Â and Â hors Â dâ€™oeuvres Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â to Â be Â followed Â by Â a Â program Â from Â 5:30 Â to Â
7 Â p.m. Al Â Gobeille, Â a Â Shelburne Â business-Â PDQ DQG FKDLU RI WKH ÂżYHPHPEHU board Â created Â by Â the Â Legislature Â to Â control Â the Â growing Â cost Â of Â health Â care Â in Â Vermont, Â will Â present Â â€œGreen Â Mountain Â Care Â Board: Â Why Â are Â we Â here Â and Â where Â are Â we Â going?â€? Â In Â addition, Â CSAC Â will Â honor Â agency Â staff Â and Â community Â members Â for Â their Â commitment Â to Â the Â well-Âbeing Â
of Â Addison Â County. Awards Â and Â recipients Â include Â the Â Master Â Guide Â Award Â to Â Al Â Gobeille Â and Â Megan Â Mayo, Â Intensive Â School Â Supports Â Program Â Coordinator;Íž Â the Â Holly Â Clook Â Award Â to Â Jeff Â Ladd, Â community Â integration Â specialist, Â Community Â Associates;Íž Â the Â Wilton Â W. Â Covey Â Community Â Award Â to Â Paige Â Ackerson-ÂKiely, Â John Â Graham Â Shelter;Íž Â the Â William Â J. Â Lippert Â
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House, Â 89 Â Main Â St. Â was Â the Â home-Â stead Â of Â S.S. Â Phelps Â and Â his Â son, Â E.J. Â Phelps, Â two Â of Â the Â stateâ€™s Â and Â coun-Â tryâ€™s Â most Â distinguished Â lawyers Â in Â the Â 19th Â century. The Â annual Â meeting Â is Â open Â to Â all Â community Â members. Â For Â more Â information Â call Â Ann Â Kensek Â at Â 388-Â0302, Â ext. Â 442, Â or Â email Â akensek@csac-Âvt.org. Â RSVPs Â are Â requested Â by Â Nov. Â 8.
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AL-ÂANON: Â FOR Â FAMILIES Â and Â friends Â affected Â by Â some-Â oneâ€™s Â drinking. Â Members Â share Â experience, Â strength Â and Â hope Â to Â solve Â common Â problems. Â Newcomers Â wel-Â come. Â Confidential. Â St. Â Ste-Â phenâ€™s Â Church Â (use Â front Â side Â door Â and Â go Â to Â second Â floor) Â in Â Middlebury, Â Sunday Â nights Â 7:15-Â8:15pm.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â SATURDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 10:00-Â11:00 Â AM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Be-Â ginners Â Meeting Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â PM. Â These Â three Â meetings Â are Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â ALATEEN: Â FOR Â YOUNG Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â PEOPLE Â whoâ€™ve Â been Â af-Â Middlebury. fected Â by Â someoneâ€™s Â drink-Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â ing. Â Members Â share Â experi-Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â ence, Â strength, Â hope Â to Â solve Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meet-Â common Â problems. Â Meets Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Wednesdays Â 7:15-Â8:15pm Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â downstairs Â in Â Turning Â Point Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â Center Â of Â Addison Â County Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â in Â Middlebury Â Marbleworks. Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â (Al-ÂAnon Â meets Â at Â same Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green). time Â nearby Â at Â St. Â Stephens Â Church. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â FRIDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turn-Â ing Â Point Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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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 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.
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.
BRAIN Â INJURY Â SUPPORT Â GROUP: Â Survivors, Â family Â members Â and Â care Â givers Â are Â invited Â to Â share Â their Â experi-Â ence Â in Â a Â safe, Â secure Â and Â confidential Â environment. Â Meets Â monthly Â on Â the Â sec-Â ond Â Tuesday Â from Â 6:00pm Â to Â 8:00pm Â at Â the Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center, Â Room Â 208 Â (second Â floor, Â an Â elevator Â is Â available) Â in Â Middlebury. Â For Â more Â information, Â contact Â Lisa Â Bernardin Â 802-Â388-Â2720.
THE Â HELENBACH Â CANCER Â Support Â Group Â is Â an Â indepen-Â dent Â group Â of Â people Â who Â are Â dealing Â with, Â have Â dealt Â with, Â and Â who Â know Â people Â with Â cancer. Â We Â meet Â on Â an Â irregularly Â regular Â basis Â (if Â there Â is Â a Â need, Â we Â meet!) Â at Â the Â Mary Â Johnson Â Child Â Care Â Center Â on Â Water Â St. Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Â Good Â home-Âmade Â treats Â are Â always Â available Â and Â all Â meetings Â are Â free. Â Our Â theme Â song Â has Â been Â Bill Â Witherâ€™s Â â€œLean Â on Â Me, Â when Â youâ€™re Â not Â strong, Â Iâ€™ll Â be Â your Â friend, Â Iâ€™ll Â help Â you Â carry Â on..for Â it Â wonâ€™t Â be Â long, Â â€˜til Â Iâ€™m Â gonna Â need, Â somebody Â to Â lean Â on.â€? Â Come Â be Â a Â leaner, Â be Â a Â supporter, Â be Â part Â of Â something Â that Â gives Â strength Â by Â sharing Â love. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â6107 Â with Â questions.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEETINGS: Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â Congre-Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Step Â Meet-Â gational Â Church, Â New Â Haven Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALTEEN Â Village Â Green. Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â Point, Â 228 Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â Mon-Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â day, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marble-Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â works, Â Middlebury. house, Â Dugway Â Rd. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â BRANDON Â MEETINGS: Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Big Â Monday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury. St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â RT Â 7 Â South.
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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 Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM, Â at Â the Â Congregational Â Church, Â Water Â St. 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.
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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.
Services CHAIN Â SAW Â CHAINS Â sharp-Â ened. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095.
DEVELOPMENTAL Â HOME Â PROVIDER Â for Â live-Âin Â client Â or Â respite Â care. Â 36 Â years Â experi-Â ence. Â State Â background Â check Â completed. Â State Â Agency Â and Â past Â client Â family Â references Â provided. Â Call Â Doreen Â at Â 802-Â247-Â4409.
Recreation Â for Â the Â Town Â of Â Middlebury, Â led Â an Â intrepid Â crew Â of Â volunteers Â from Â Country Â Home Â Products Â during Â the Â most Â recent Â Days Â of Â Caring. Â Â Terri, Â who Â moved Â to Â Middle-Â bury Â 8 Â months Â ago, Â has Â many Â improvement Â projects Â planned Â at Â Parks Â and Â Recreation, Â and Â was Â very Â pleased Â with Â the Â work Â that Â was Â accomplished: Â Â â€œThe Â CHP Â crew Â did Â a Â great Â job Â clearing Â the Â interpretive Â trail Â be-Â tween Â the Â Mary Â Hogan Â School Â and Â the Â Rec Â Park. Â Â Many Â hands Â made Â light Â work Â and Â we Â enjoyed Â the Â fact Â that Â we Â were Â creating Â a Â safe Â place Â for Â the Â kids Â to Â explore, Â play Â and Â learn.â€? Â Â Thank Â you Â so Â much, Â Terri, Â for Â par-Â ticipating Â in Â United Â Wayâ€™s Â Days Â of Â Caring! Â
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DEVELOPMENTAL Â HOME Â PROVIDER Â for Â charming Â 73 Â year Â old Â woman Â with Â devel-Â opmental Â disability. Â Should Â be Â familiar Â with Â the Â needs Â of Â older Â adults Â and Â be Â able Â to Â offer Â caring Â companionship. Â Temporary Â ramp Â and Â some Â funding Â for Â renovations Â are Â available Â to Â meet Â her Â need Â for Â an Â accessible Â home. Â She Â en-Â joys Â music, Â community Â events, Â especially Â holidays! Â Goal Â is Â to Â be Â part Â of Â a Â family, Â not Â a Â resident Â in Â a Â community Â care Â home Â setting. Â Annual Â tax-Âfree Â stipend Â of Â over Â $25,000, Â room Â & Â board Â payment Â of Â $8,300, Â plus Â respite Â budget. Â Call Â Sha-Â ron Â Tierra Â at Â Community Â As-Â sociates Â 388-Â4021.
NEED Â HELP Â CLEANING Â your Â home? Â I Â would Â love Â to Â help. Â Looking Â for Â weekly Â or Â biweekly Â homes. Â Personal Â service Â and Â references Â available. Â Please Â call Â 802-Â349-Â3135 Â and Â let Â me Â help Â you. PERSONAL Â CAREGIVER Â / Â ASSISTANT Â I Â specialize Â in Â care Â for Â Alzheimerâ€™s Â patients. Â I Â can Â help Â with Â a Â variety Â of Â tasks: Â large Â / Â small Â animal Â care, Â light Â office Â work, Â grocery Â shop-Â ping, Â errands, Â nanny Â care. Â Ex-Â cellent Â references. Â Call Â Kathy Â 802-Â349-Â7779. PORTABLE Â SAW Â MILL. Â Saw-Â ing Â of Â your Â logs Â and Â timbers. Â 802-Â989-Â9170.
PART Â TIME Â HELP Â need-Â ed Â taking Â care Â of Â gentle-Â man Â in Â wheel Â chair. Â Please Â call Â for Â more Â information. Â 802-Â771-Â7153.
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PRIVATE Â CARE Â GIVING Â Services. Â 20 Â years Â experi-Â RINGERâ€™S Â HOME Â CARE Â is Â ence. Â References. Â Call Â Leigh. Â looking Â for Â dependable, Â car-Â ing Â and Â motivated Â care Â givers Â 802-Â282-Â1903. to Â join Â our Â family. Â We Â have Â RETIRED Â DAD Â SEEKING Â night Â shift Â and Â weekend Â hours Â part Â time Â work Â / Â odd Â jobs. Â Have Â available. Â On-Âsight Â training Â dependable Â car Â and Â pickup Â given. Â To Â apply Â please Â email Â truck. Â Will Â do Â any Â type Â of Â resume Â to Â ringerhomecare@ deliveries, Â errands, Â etc. Â Will Â gmail.com Â . check Â on Â houses Â while Â you Â are Â away. Â Also Â will Â check Â on Â senior Â citizens. Â Call Â with Â your Â needs. Â 802-Â453-Â4235.
JP Â Carrara Â & Â Sons Â is Â looking Â for:
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LOST: Â CASIO Â CAMERA, Â black Â and Â silver, Â small Â digital Â camera. Â Perhaps Â lost Â at Â Dead Â Creek Â Festival, Â or Â viewing Â area Â on Â October Â 5. Â Reward. Â Contact Â Jill Â 802-Â985-Â5038.
Help Â Wanted BANKRUPTCY: Â CALL Â to Â find Â out Â if Â bankruptcy Â can Â help Â you. Â Kathleen Â Walls, Â Esq. Â 802-Â388-Â1156.
Mountain Â Health Â Family Â Dentistry Join Â our Â new Â dental Â practice Â in Â Bristol, Â VT! Be Â part Â of Â an Â enthu-Â siastic Â team Â providing Â top Â quality Â care Â to Â your Â local Â community. Â Â At Â Mountain Â Health Â Family Â Dentistry, Â our Â goal Â is Â to Â provide Â high Â quality Â and Â evidence Â based Â dental Â care, Â ranging Â from Â emergency Â treatment Â to Â long-Âterm Â prevention. Â Â Help Â us Â grow Â and Â become Â the Â place Â to Â go Â for Â dental Â care Â for Â the Â whole Â community, Â regardless Â of Â insurance Â status Â or Â ability Â to Â pay. Â 6HHNLQJHQWKXVLDVWLFDQGH[SHULHQFHGRIÂżFHPDQDJHUIRUKRXUVSHU Â week. Â Responsibilities Â include Â front Â desk, Â scheduling, Â billing, Â payroll, Â ÂżQDQFLDO SODQQLQJ RIÂżFH SROLF\ GHYHORSPHQW DQG LPSOHPHQWDWLRQ Long-Âterm Â responsibilities Â will Â include Â direct Â supervision Â of Â additional Â IURQWRIÂżFHVWDIIDVZHJURZ7UDLQLQJDQGVRPHKRXUVZLOOEHJLQ 'HFHPEHUVW5HJXODUKRXUVFKHGXOHEHJLQVLQ-DQXDU\
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A Â friendly Â and Â family-Âoriented Â hygienist Â on Â the Â team Â will Â be Â central Â to Â our Â success. Â Prevention Â and Â evidence Â based Â focus Â a Â must. Â
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FOUND: Â GRAY Â CAT Â with Â white Â markings. Â Found Â on Â Lake Â Street Â in Â Bridport. Â Call Â Barb Â at Â 802-Â758-Â2238.
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Individuals Â applying Â for Â this Â position Â must Â be Â able Â to Â work Â well Â in Â a Â fast-Âpaced, challenging Â environment.
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SNOW Â PLOWING Â AND Â sand-Â ing Â services. Â 802-Â352-Â1034, Â 802-Â349-Â5457.
FREE Â HOUSE Â CATS! Â Many Â to Â choose Â from. Â Spayed Â and Â Neutered. Â Good Â homes Â only. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â1410. Â 1683 Â Dog Â Team Â Rd., Â New Â Haven.
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Maintenance Â Clerk Vermont Â Hard Â Cider Â Company, Â LLC, Â located Â in Â Middlebury, Â VT Â is Â the Â leading Â hard Â cider Â producer Â in Â the Â United Â States, Â which Â includes Â the Â nationâ€™s Â number Â one Â selling Â cider Â -Â Â Woodchuck Â Hard Â Cider. Â Â We Â are Â growing Â again Â and Â looking Â for Â an Â organized, Â energetic Â Maintenance Â Clerk Â to Â join Â our Â team. Â
Responsibilities Â include: Â The Â Maintenance Â Clerk Â is Â responsible Â for Â ensuring Â accurate, Â up-Âto Â date Â records Â of Â maintenance Â department Â projects, Â project Â history, Â purchase Â orders Â and Â tracking Â deliveries Â of Â parts, Â and Â inventory Â transactions. Â Additional Â responsibilities Â include: Âˇâˆ™ Â Conduct Â periodic Â inventory Â audits Âˇâˆ™ Â Work Â w/management Â team Â to Â order Â parts Â & Â equipment Â as Â needed Âˇâˆ™ Â Assist Â with Â maintaining Â outside Â vendor Â relationships Âˇâˆ™ Â Maintain Â a Â clean, Â organized Â stock Â room Â & Â other Â related Â work Â areas Âˇâˆ™ Â Complete Â work Â assignments Â in Â a Â timely, Â accurate Â and Â Â Â Â thorough Â manner Â Âˇâˆ™ Â Maintain Â a Â high Â level Â of Â customer Â service Â and Â friendly Â atmosphere Âˇâˆ™ Â Organize Â storeroom(s) Â and Â shipping/ Â receiving Â areas Â Âˇâˆ™ Â Maintain Â records Â in Â computerized Â maintenance Â system
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EVENT Â SECURITY Â â€” Â U NI-Â FORM Â SECURITY Â positions. Â Part Â time. Â All Â shifts Â available Â throughout Â the Â state Â of Â Ver-Â mont. Â Must Â be Â 18 Â years Â of Â age Â and Â have Â a Â high Â school Â diploma Â / Â GED. Â We Â will Â train Â you Â for Â an Â exciting Â new Â career Â in Â security. Â Must Â be Â able Â to Â work Â with Â public Â in Â a Â positive Â friendly Â manor. Â Apply Â online: Â www.gmcsvt.com Â / Â e mploy-Â ment/ Â .
FIRE Â AND Â ICE Â RESTAU-Â RANT Â is Â seeking Â experienced Â waitstaff, Â hosts Â and Â bussers Â (bussing Â staff Â does Â not Â re-Â quire Â previous Â experience). Â Apply Â in Â person Â at Â 26 Â Seymour Â Street, Â Middlebury. Â Must Â be Â reliable, Â punctual Â and Â be Â a Â team Â player Â for Â fast Â paced Â restaurant. Â Always Â accepting Â applications Â for Â the Â right Â people Â in Â all Â departments. Â Do Â not Â call Â the Â restaurant.
VERMONT Â SOAP Â IS Â looking Â for Â the Â right Â people Â to Â add Â to Â our Â team Â of Â full Â time, Â hon-Â est, Â hard-Âworking, Â friendly, Â long-Âterm Â employees. Â Must Â be Â good Â with Â numbers, Â have Â good Â computer Â skills, Â and Â be Â able Â to Â lift Â 50 Â pound Â boxes. Â Will Â train. Â Please Â email Â resume Â to Â Hilde@vermontsoap.com Â .
MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Junior Varsity Dance Coach
Middlebury Union High School is seeking a Junior Varsity Dance Coach. The applicant must have a strong knowledge of dance coaching principles with previous coaching experience preferred. Must possess strong organizational skills and the ability to communicate and relate to student athletes. Apply by sending a letter of interest and resume to: Sean Farrell, Activities Director Middlebury Union High School 73 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 E.O.E 4SWMXMSRSTIRYRXMPÂ˝PPIH
CLASSIFIED ADS/ CIRCULATION MANAGER for a growing newspaper This position is ideal for an energetic go-getter who wants to develop their marketing and communication skills. Tasks include continuing to grow paid digital and print circulation, developing classified promotions and helping to manage a busy office environment. Must have proper computer skills, excellent phone and customer service skills with a good attention to detail and accuracy. Room for creativity, integration with new digital models and engagement with a fast-paced, motivated team.
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DENTAL Â OFFICE Â MANAG-Â ER. Â New Â dental Â practice Â in Â Bristol Â seeking Â enthusiastic Â and Â experienced Â office Â man-Â ager. Â 32 Â hours Â / Â week. Â Begin Â part Â time Â December Â 1, Â full Â schedule Â when Â the Â practice Â opens Â in Â January. Â Respon-Â sibilities Â include Â front Â desk, Â scheduling, Â billing, Â payroll, Â financial Â planning, Â office Â policy Â development Â and Â implemen-Â tation. Â Dental Â assistant Â cross Â training Â provided. Â Long-Âterm Â responsibilities Â will Â include Â direct Â supervision Â of Â additional Â front Â office Â staff Â as Â we Â grow. Â Health Â benefits, Â retirement Â contributions Â included. Â Salary Â commensurate Â with Â experi-Â ence. Â Send Â resume Â and Â cover Â letter Â to: Â mountainhealthfami-Â email@example.com Â .
OVERNIGHT Â AWAKE Â SHEL-Â TER Â STAFF: Â overnight Â awake Â shelter Â staff Â for Â a Â seasonal Â cold Â weather Â community Â shel-Â ter Â in Â Middlebury Â Vermont. Â The Â shelter Â opens Â November Â 15-ÂMarch Â 31, Â 2014 Â on Â the Â coldest Â nights Â of Â the Â year, Â determined Â by Â state Â criteria. Â Shelter Â hours Â are Â 8pm-Â8am, Â Monday-ÂSunday. Â Overnight Â staff Â will Â commit Â to Â overnights Â on Â an Â on Â call Â basis. Â Posi-Â tion Â pays Â $10. Â per Â hour Â when Â shelter Â is Â in Â operation; Â stipend Â for Â the Â nights Â the Â shelter Â is Â not Â open. Â Send Â resume Â and Â letter Â of Â interest Â to: Â HOPE, Â Warming Â Shelter, Â PO Â Box Â 165, Â Middlebury Â VT Â 05753.
HUMAN Â RESOURCE Â AS-Â SISTANT: Â Middlebury Â Natu-Â ral Â Foods Â Co-Âop Â seeks Â part Â time Â Human Â Resource Â Assis-Â tant. Â Ideal Â candidate Â has Â HR Â knowledge Â and Â experience, Â in Â addition Â to Â strong Â admin-Â istrative Â and Â computer Â skills. Â Must Â be Â detail Â oriented Â with Â superior Â communication Â skills. Â Complete Â application Â online Â at Â www.middleburycoop.com Â or Â in Â our Â store Â at Â 9 Â Washington Â Street Â in Â Middlebury.
THE Â BARREL Â MAN: Â 55 Â gal-Â lon Â Plastic Â and Â Metal Â barrels. Â Several Â types: Â 55 Â gallon Â rain Â barrels Â with Â faucets, Â Food Â grade Â with Â removable Â locking Â covers, Â plastic Â food Â grade Â with Â spin-Âon Â covers Â (pickle Â barrels). Â Also, Â 275 Â gallon Â food Â grade Â totes Â $125 Â each. Â 55 Â gallon Â sand Â / Â salt Â barrels Â with Â PT Â legs. Â $50 Â each. Â Delivery Â available. Â 802-Â453-Â4235.
DENTAL Â HYGIENIST. Â New Â dental Â practice Â in Â Bristol Â seeks Â a Â friendly Â and Â family Â oriented Â hygienist Â to Â join Â our Â team. Â Three Â days Â / Â week Â to Â start, Â with Â the Â possibility Â of Â additional Â days Â as Â the Â practice Â grows. Â Prevention Â and Â evidence Â based Â focus Â a Â must. Â Training Â in Â mid-ÂDecember, Â with Â full Â schedule Â beginning Â in Â Janu-Â ary. Â Responsibilities Â include Â direct Â patient Â care, Â as Â well Â as Â cross Â training Â with Â office Â maintenance Â and Â front Â desk Â operations. Â Local Â anesthesia Â certificate Â required. Â Health Â benefits, Â retirement Â contribu-Â tions Â included. Â Salary Â com-Â mensurate Â with Â experience. Â Send Â resume Â and Â cover Â letter Â to: Â mountainhealthfamilyden-Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â . LOOKING Â FOR Â LOVING Â LNA Â or Â equivalent Â to Â care Â for Â se-Â niors Â in Â a Â home Â atmosphere. Â The Â position Â we Â are Â looking Â for Â is Â a Â permanent Â 11pm Â to Â 7am Â shifts Â or Â per-Âdiems Â to Â fill Â in Â on Â other Â shifts. Â Holistically Â we Â incorporate Â organic Â nutrition, Â integrative Â medicine Â and Â a Â wide Â variety Â of Â fun Â activities. Â If Â you Â are Â a Â team Â player Â and Â reli-Â able, Â please Â send Â your Â resume Â to Â email@example.com Â .
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DENTAL Â ASSISTANT. Â New Â dental Â practice Â in Â Bristol Â seek-Â ing Â a Â friendly Â and Â enthusiastic Â certified Â dental Â assistant. Â Three Â days Â / Â week Â to Â start, Â with Â the Â possibility Â of Â additional Â days Â as Â the Â practice Â grows. Â Train-Â ing Â in Â mid-ÂDecember, Â with Â full Â schedule Â beginning Â in Â Janu-Â ary. Â Responsibilities Â include Â direct Â patient Â care, Â as Â well Â as Â cross Â training Â with Â office Â maintenance Â and Â front Â desk Â operations. Â Health Â benefits, Â re-Â tirement Â contributions Â included. Â Salary Â commensurate Â with Â experience. Â Send Â resume Â and Â cover Â letter Â to: Â mountainhealth-Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â . SHARED Â LIVING Â PROVIDER Â Local Â Middlebury Â man Â in Â early Â 30â€™s Â with Â Aspergerâ€™s Â Syndrome Â seeks Â a Â support Â person Â to Â share Â a Â home Â with Â in Â town. Â Best Â match Â can Â provide Â pa-Â tience, Â a Â consistent Â routine Â and Â support Â a Â gluten-Âfree Â diet. Â He Â is Â looking Â to Â increase Â his Â independence. Â His Â interests Â include Â computers, Â NPR, Â clas-Â sical Â music, Â movies, Â science Â fiction, Â and Â snow Â shoeing. Â Generous Â annual Â tax-Âfree Â sti-Â pend Â of Â $28,000, Â room Â & Â board Â and Â respite Â budgets. Â Contact Â Kim Â McCarty Â at Â Community Â Associates Â at Â 388-Â4021.
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Itâ€™s Â against Â the Â law Â to Â discriminate Â when Â advertising Â housing Â related Â activities. 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.
STAFFED Â LIVING: Â Residen-Â tial Â Instructors Â sought Â for Â a Â home Â in Â Middlebury, Â support-Â ing Â a Â woman Â in Â her Â 30â€™s Â with Â mild Â developmental Â disability. Â Most Â important Â skills Â are Â flex-Â ible Â thinking Â and Â the Â ability Â to Â maintain Â personal Â boundaries. Â Support Â needed Â in Â learning Â emotional Â regulation, Â gain-Â ing Â home Â management Â skills, Â building Â friendships, Â develop-Â ing Â interests Â outside Â home Â and Â improving Â communication. Â 36 Â hours Â includes Â one Â overnight, Â 43 Â hours Â includes Â two Â over-Â nights, Â 3 Â days Â off Â a Â week. Â Com-Â prehensive Â benefit Â package Â including Â on-Âsite Â gym Â member-Â ship. 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 Â .
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For Â Rent 2 Â BEDROOM Â HOUSE, Â com-Â pletely Â furnished Â for Â 8 Â month Â winter Â rental Â on Â Lake Â Dunmore. Â Very Â energy Â efficient, Â washer Â and Â dryer, Â 85â€™ Â of Â frontage, Â no Â pets, Â no Â smoking. Â $ Â 900 Â / Â mo. Â plus Â utilities. Â 802-Â352-Â6678. 2000 Â SQUARE Â FEET Â Pro-Â fessional Â office Â space Â in Â Middlebury, Â multi-Âroom. Â Ground Â level, Â parking, Â handi-Â capped-Âaccessible. Â Available Â now. Â 802-Â558-Â6092. 5000 Â SQUARE Â FEET Â MAN-Â UFACTURING Â space Â avail-Â able Â in Â Middlebury Â industrial Â park. Â Call Â for Â information, Â 802-Â349-Â8544. BRANDON Â DELUXE Â DU-Â PLEX Â in Â the Â Village. Â 3 Â level Â living. Â 2 Â bedrooms. Â Washer Â / Â dryer, Â deck, Â yard. Â $1100 Â / Â month Â includes Â heat. Â 802-Â989-Â8124.
250 Â GALLON Â FUEL Â tank. Â BRANDON Â SELF Â STORAGE; Â all Â sizes Â available, Â includ-Â 802-Â453-Â3870. ing Â climate Â controlled. Â Low Â ALL Â NATURAL Â GRASS Â and Â prices, Â worth Â the Â drive. Â Call Â corn Â fed Â beef. Â $2.50 Â per Â pound, Â 802-Â247-Â6525. hanging Â weight. Â 518-Â569-Â0957. BRANDON, Â NOW Â RENTING Â 1 Â ATLANTA Â STOVE Â WORKS Â & Â 2 Â bedroom Â affordable Â apart-Â free-Âstanding Â cast Â iron Â ments Â at Â Park Â Village. Â Rents Â fireplace. Â Make Â an Â offer. Â starting Â at Â $691 Â / Â mo. Â Some Â utili-Â 802-Â349-Â6579. ties Â included. Â Great Â location, Â COLEMAN Â POWER Â MATE Â beautiful Â setting, Â 30 Â minutes Â Generator: Â 5000 Â Watt, Â electric Â to Â Rutland, Â 5 Â minutes Â to Â down-Â start. Â Everything Â works. Â $175. Â town Â Brandon, Â easy Â access Â to Â Route Â 7. Â Pets Â allowed Â with Â 802-Â948-Â2252. deposit. Â Call Â Chantel Â for Â more Â info Â 802-Â247-Â0165.
BRIDPORT Â HOUSE Â FOR Â RENT: Â 800 Â sq. Â ft. Â Pond Â and Â woods Â view. Â new Â carpet, Â new Â paint, Â clean Â and Â bright. Â 1 Â large Â bedroom, Â living Â room. Â Large Â kitchen Â and Â dining Â area, Â W/D Â hookup. Â 3 Â bay Â garage Â / Â workshop. Â Plowing, Â lawn Â care Â and Â heat Â included. Â $1100 Â KITCHEN Â / Â DINING Â ROOM Â / Â month. Â Available Â now. Â Call Â table Â with Â 2 Â leaves Â and Â 802-Â989-Â1439, Â 802-Â758-Â2184 Â 7 Â chairs. Â Seats Â 6-Â8. Â $200. Â or Â email Â at Â finnerty64@hotmail. 802-Â877-Â3394. com Â . PRIME Â GRASS-ÂFED Â Beef. Â BRIDPORT Â VILLAGE; Â TWO Â Hanging Â whole Â or Â half. Â $2.20 Â bedroom Â second Â floor Â apart-Â per Â pound. Â Call Â 802-Â623-Â6152. ment. Â Private Â driveway Â / Â en-Â ROCKING Â CHAIR, Â EXCEL-Â trance. Â Includes Â heat, Â elec-Â LENT Â condition. Â Special Â order Â tric, Â water, Â snow Â removal Â and Â from Â Woodware, Â Middlebury. Â washer Â / Â dryer Â hook-Âups. Â No Â â€œThe Â Kennedy Â Rockerâ€? Â exclu-Â smoking. Â $850 Â / Â month Â plus Â sively Â manufactured Â by Â P&P Â deposit. Â Call Â 349-Â7552. Chair Â Company Â for Â President Â BRIDPORT: Â 3 Â BEDROOM, Â 2 Â John Â F. Â Kennedy. Â Purchased Â bath Â ranch Â house, Â attached Â for Â $319.93 Â in Â January Â 2012, Â double Â garage Â built Â 2007. Â Ap-Â asking Â price Â is Â $275. Â OBO. Â If Â pliances Â included. Â Efficient Â interested, Â call Â 802-Â388-Â6823 Â gas Â furnace, Â other Â extras. Â No Â or Â 802-Â989-Â6622. smoking Â / Â pets. Â $1250. Â First, Â last, Â security Â required. Â 1 Â year Â lease. Â References Â / Â credit Â re-Â port. Â Available Â December Â 1. Â 802-Â758-Â2369, Â cggile@juno. com Â 802-Â345-Â2541. FRIGIDAIRE Â ELECTRIC Â STACKING Â Washer Â / Â D ryer Â laundry Â center. Â Excellent, Â working Â condition Â and Â clean. Â Offering Â for Â a Â bargain Â at Â $600 Â OBO Â for Â the Â pair. Â Call Â Christy Â at Â 802-Â349-Â4778.
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BRISTOL Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â 1 Â Bath Â efficient Â gas Â heat Â and Â new Â windows. Â Excellent Â con-Â dition. Â Water Â and Â sewer Â in-Â cluded. Â No Â pets Â or Â smoking. Â $850 Â / Â month. Â 802-Â453-Â4670.
MIDDLEBURY; Â EFFICIEN-Â CY Â APARTMENT. Â Bedroom, Â kitchen, Â bath. Â Heat, Â wa-Â ter, Â trash Â pickup Â included. Â $625 Â / Â mo. Â Security Â deposit. Â 802-Â388-Â1917.
STORAGE Â SPACES, Â 11â€™X28â€™. Â Large Â overhead Â doors, Â ex-Â tra Â high Â ceilings. Â Will Â ac-Â commodate Â large Â campers, Â boats Â or Â lots Â of Â stuff. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â8394.
BRIDPORT; Â 1 Â BEDROOM, Â bath Â and Â 4-Âroom Â apartment Â with Â porch Â / Â lawn. Â Washer Â / Â dry-Â er, Â heat Â / Â hot Â water Â included. Â No Â smoking, Â no Â pets. Â References. Â $775 Â / Â month Â plus Â security Â de-Â posit. Â Only Â living Â unit Â in Â build-Â ing. Â For Â more Â information, Â Charlie Â 802-Â758-Â2218.
MIDDLEBURY Â COMMER-Â CIALLY Â ZONED Â House Â with Â maximum Â exposure Â and Â access Â to Â Rt. Â 7 Â and Â Foote Â Street. Â Great Â way Â to Â build Â your Â clientele. Â Spacious Â parking. Â Handicap Â accessible. Â Please Â call Â Darcy Â at Â 802-Â388-Â9599.
VERGENNES Â 3BR: Â washer Â / Â dryer Â hookup. Â $900 Â / Â month. Â Pets Â negotiable. Â On Â Monkton Â Rd. Â across Â from Â Vergennes Â Variety. Â 240-Â281-Â1508 Â or Â email Â ocopom.ninja.turtle@ gmail.com Â Available Â Novem-Â ber Â 1. Â Must Â pass Â background Â check.
BRISTOL Â OFFICE Â SPACE: Â Located Â in Â the Â Old Â High Â School Â building Â by Â the Â town Â green, Â 310 Â sf., Â high Â ceilings, Â nice Â natural Â light, Â wood Â floors, Â ceiling Â fan, Â wainscoting. Â Per-Â fect Â home Â for Â a Â small Â office. Â $380 Â / Â month Â includes Â heat Â and Â electricity. Â Fitness Â center, Â yoga Â studio, Â non-Âprofits Â and Â alternative Â health Â practitioners Â call Â this Â complex Â home, Â plus Â five Â new Â office Â suites Â coming Â this Â fall. Â Lease Â required. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â4065.
M I D D L E B U RY Â H O U S E Â SHARE. Â Furnished, Â W/D, Â WIFI. Â Utilities Â included. Â No Â smoking Â or Â pets. Â References. Â First, Â last Â and Â $300 Â security Â deposit. Â Credit Â check. Â $550 Â / Â mo. Â 6 Â month Â to Â 1 Â year Â lease. Â 802-Â989-Â3097.
BRISTOL Â VILLAGE Â 2 Â or Â 3 Â bedroom Â apartment, Â first Â and Â second Â floor. Â Walking Â dis-Â tance Â to Â downtown, Â schools. Â $1250 Â plus Â utilities. Â No Â pets. Â 453-Â7034. BRISTOL, Â SINGLE Â CAR Â ga-Â rage Â at Â 28 Â North Â Street. Â Great Â for Â extra Â car, Â boat Â or Â storage. Â 1 Â year Â lease Â required. Â $100 Â / Â mo. Â 802-Â453-Â4065. BRISTOL; Â NICE Â 3 Â bedroom, Â 2 Â bath Â house. Â Private Â loca-Â tion Â on Â Route Â 116. Â Close Â to Â Middlebury. Â $1500 Â / Â mo. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â7218.
MIDDLEBURY, Â FURNISHED Â APARTMENT. Â Large Â living Â CHARMING, Â COMPLETELY Â room, Â kitchen, Â bedroom, Â bath. Â REMODELED, Â large Â 2 Â bed-Â $795 Â / Â mo. Â All Â utilities Â included. Â room Â apartment, Â Brandon. Â 802-Â388-Â4251. Many Â luxuries, Â 1-Â1/2 Â baths, Â MONKTON Â POND Â 2 Â Bedroom Â enclosed Â porch, Â walk-Âin Â clos-Â 2 Â bath. Â $1375 Â / Â month Â plus Â ets, Â laundry Â hook-Âup, Â storage, Â utilities. Â First, Â last Â and Â security. Â desirable Â parking. Â $930. Â heat Â Credit Â check Â and Â reference Â included. Â 802-Â377-Â3640. check Â required. Â Avail. Â Nov. Â 1. Â CORNWALL Â EFFICIENCY Â Karla Â 802-Â377-Â7445. APARTMENT Â clean Â and Â quiet. Â ORWELL; Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â $650 Â includes Â all. Â 989-Â8124. apartment. Â First, Â last, Â security. Â FERRISBURGH Â / Â VER-Â No Â pets, Â no Â smoking. Â Quiet Â GENNES Â 4 Â BEDROOM Â 2 Â family Â environment. Â $525 Â / Â bath Â cozy Â cape Â on Â 10 Â private Â mo. Â Evenings Â 802-Â948-Â2349. acres. Â Lots Â of Â sunlight. Â Great Â RIPTON Â TWO Â BEDROOM Â room Â with Â wood Â stove. Â Big Â apartment. Â $550 Â / Â month Â plus Â closets, Â large Â open Â kitchen. Â utilities. Â No Â pets. Â No Â smoking. Â Finished Â basement. Â 7 Â miles Â Call Â 802-Â382-Â8567. East Â of Â Vergennes. Â Walk Â to Â Lake Â Champlain. Â Karla Â SALISBURY; Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â 802-Â377-Â7445. bottom Â floor Â apartment. Â Ac-Â cess Â to Â beach Â and Â seasonal Â LOVELY Â 3 Â BEDROOM Â house Â pools. Â No Â pets. Â Heat, Â electric Â in Â South Â Lincoln. Â Open Â floor Â included. Â $875 Â / Â mo. Â Refer-Â space, Â newly Â renovated. Â Fur-Â ences. Â First, Â last, Â deposit Â with Â nishing Â optional. Â Nice Â yard. Â No Â lease. Â 802-Â352-Â4501. pets Â or Â smoking. Â References Â and Â security Â deposit. Â $1100 Â / Â SELF Â STORAGE, Â 8â€™X10â€™ Â mo. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â7218. units. Â Your Â lock Â and Â key, Â $50 Â / Â m onth. Â Middlebury, Â MIDDLEBURY Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â 802-Â558-Â6092. apartment. Â Totally Â renovated. Â Third Â floor. Â Center Â of Â town. Â STORAGE Â SPACE Â FOR Â boat Â $900 Â / Â mo. Â includes Â electric, Â or Â trailer, Â etc. Â $8 Â per Â linear Â water, Â heat, Â washer, Â dryer, Â foot. Â 802-Â453-Â3870. parking. Â 802-Â349-Â8544.
LEICESTER Â 6.8 Â ACRES, Â $59,000. Â Very Â nice Â building 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 Own-Â er Â financing. Â Call Â Wayne Â 802-Â257-Â7076. MIDDLEBURY; Â INDUS -Â TRIAL Â PARK. Â Available Â 2 Â acres, Â lease Â or Â build Â to Â suit. Â 802-Â558-Â6092.
Att. Â Farmers 21 Â HOLSTEIN Â HEIFERS, Â bred Â AI, Â due Â December Â to Â February. Â 802-Â483-Â2963.
FOR Â SALE Â 300+ Â Cert. Â or-Â ganic Â 4x4 Â wrapped Â round Â bales. Â Cut Â June Â and Â July. Â $45 Â per Â bale Â (or Â $40 Â for Â all Â 300). Â Contact Â Wilfred Â Lamoureux Â VERGENNES; Â 273 Â MAIN Â 802-Â349-Â8879. S t r e e t , Â a v a i l a b l e Â n o w. Â Renovated, Â large, Â sunny Â 2 Â HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â First Â cut Â $3 Â bedroom. Â Full Â bath, Â porch, Â / Â square Â bale. Â First Â cut Â round Â hookups. Â Heat Â and Â hot Â water Â bales Â $30. Â Mike Â Quinn, Â end Â of Â included. Â $890 Â / Â month. Â Call Â South Â Munger Â Street, Â Middle-Â bury. Â 802-Â388-Â7828. only Â 8am-Â8pm. Â 802-Â349-Â8405. HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â First Â a n d Â s e c o n d Â c u t . Â C a l l Â 802-Â352-Â4686. Wood Â Heat HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â Small Â square Â bales. Â First Â cut Â and Â mulch. Â Delivery Â avail-Â ADDISON Â COUNTY Â FIRE-Â a b l e . Â C a l l Â f o r Â p r i c i n g . Â WOOD: Â Custom Â Firewood Â 802-Â453-Â4481, Â 802-Â349-Â9281, Â Sizes Â now Â available. Â Mixed Â or Â 802-Â989-Â1004. hardwoods Â cut, Â split Â and Â de-Â livered Â to Â your Â specifications. Â HORSE Â BOARDING Â AVAIL-Â For Â honest, Â reliable Â service Â ABLE: Â $250 Â per Â month. Â Go Â to Â www.cookesstable.com Â call Â 802-Â238-Â7748. for Â more Â info. Â 802-Â349-Â3135. CENTRAL Â BOILER Â MAXIM Â Outdoor Â wood Â pellet Â furnace Â NEW Â HOLLAND Â T1530-Â Â provides Â safe, Â clean, Â efficient Â 250TL Â Loader, Â 200 Â hours. Â heat. Â Features Â automatic Â Winco Â PTO Â Generator. Â Call Â power Â ignition. Â Boivin Â Farm Â 802-Â247-Â6735. Supply. Â Call Â 802-Â236-Â2389. WHITNEYâ€™S Â CUSTOM Â FARM Â
FIREWOOD. Â DRY, Â CUT, Â WORK. Â Pond Â agitating, Â liquid Â split. Â $190 Â / Â cord. Â You Â truck. Â manure Â hauling, Â mouldboard Â plowing. Â 462-Â2755, Â John Â Whit-Â 802-Â247-Â6061. ney FIREWOOD; Â CUT, Â SPLIT Â and Â delivered. Â Green Â or Â sea-Â soned. Â Call Â Tom Â Shepard, Â Cars 802-Â453-Â4285. FIREWOOD; Â CUT, Â SPLIT Â and Â 1980 Â CHECKER Â MARATHON Â delivered. Â Call Â for Â information. Â TAXI. Â Private Â use Â only. Â V-Â8, Â 73211 Â original Â miles. Â Com-Â 247-Â9782. pletely Â rebuilt Â transmission Â FOR Â SALE: Â GARRISON Â and Â starter. Â Runs Â great. Â Two Â Woodstove. Â Perfect Â for Â Ready Â for Â restoration. Â Huge Â kitchen Â or Â deer Â camp. Â In-Â price Â reduction, Â $3600 Â firm. Â cludes Â 6â€? Â stove Â pipe. Â $450. Â 802-Â352-Â6678. Home Â 802-Â388-Â3331. Â Cell Â 802-Â377-Â5427.
Trucks MIXED Â HARDWOOD, Â PAR-Â TIALLY Â seasoned. Â Cut, Â 1997 Â DODGE Â 1500 Â pickup Â split, Â delivered. Â $175 Â / Â cord. Â 4x4, Â V-Â8. Â Outstanding Â condi-Â Please Â leave Â message, Â tion. Â $2700. Â 388-Â2528. 802-Â282-Â9110. MOUNTAIN Â ROAD Â FIRE-Â WOOD. Â Green Â and Â dry Â avail-Â able. Â Oak, Â ash, Â maple, Â beech. Â Order Â now Â and Â save Â for Â next Â season. Â Cut, Â split Â and Â deliv-Â ered. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095. TREE Â & Â BRUSH Â REMOV-Â AL. Â Also, Â Green Â and Â Dry Â firewood Â for Â sale. Â Call Â for Â pricing. Â 802-Â388-Â8348 Â or Â 802-Â989-Â9893.
Real Â Estate Â Wanted WANTED: Â TO Â PURCHASE Â from Â owner, Â open Â land, Â 2 Â to Â 100 Â acres. Â 802-Â558-Â6092.
2001 Â DODGE Â DAKOTA Â Sport Â 4x4, Â V8, Â 5-Âspeed, Â 191k Â miles. Â Inspected, Â excellent Â mechani-Â cal Â condition. Â New Â battery. Â $2250. Â 802-Â349-Â7413.
Wanted USED Â OIL Â WANTED: Â Mikes Â Auto Â 1 Â and Â 2, Â small Â amounts, Â drop Â off Â with Â us. Â 50 Â gallons Â + Â we Â will Â pick Â up Â locally. Â 802-Â388-Â4138.
Public Notices Index Public Â notices Â for Â the Â following Â can Â be Â found Â in Â this Â Â ADDISON Â INDEPENDENT Â on Â Pages Â 29 Â & Â 30.
Bristol Â (1) Ferrisburgh Â (2) Middlebury Â (1) Ripton Â (1) Shoreham Â (1) Vermont Â Housing Â and Â Conservation Â Board Â (1) TOWN OF FERRISBURGH PUBLIC NOTICE
Â Â The Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh Â has Â a Â current Â vacancy Â on Â the Â SelectBoard. Â Please Â submit Â a Â letter Â of Â interest Â to Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â SelectBoard Â by Â Tuesday, Â November Â 19th, Â at Â 4:00 Â pm. Â Â This Â appointment Â will Â extend Â until Â the Â next Â election Â in Â March, Â 2014. Â Â Letters Â of Â interest Â may Â be Â dropped Â off Â at Â the Â Town Â &OHUNÂśV RIÂżFH RU PDLOHG WR 32 %R[ )HUULVEXUJK97 11/4
The Â Public Â Notices Â and Â Real Â Estate Â sections Â appear Â every Â Mon. Â & Â Thurs. Â in Â the Addison Independent TOWN OF RIPTON PROPERTY TAXES
Reminder: Â Property Â taxes Â are Â due Â 7KXUVGD\1RYHPEHU7RZQ2IÂżFH hours Â are: Â Mon Â 2pm-Â6pm Â and Â Tue, Â Wed, Â Thu Â 9am-Â1pm. Â In Â addition, Â the Â Ripton Â Town Â 2IÂżFH ZLOO EH RSHQ 6DWXUGD\ 1RYHPEHU 2 Â from Â 9:00am Â to Â noon Â and Â Thursday, Â November Â 7 Â from Â 3:00pm Â to Â 6:00pm Â for Â WKH FROOHFWLRQ RI WD[ SD\PHQWV 3D\PHQWV PDLOHGDQGSRVWPDUNHG1RYHPEHU DUHWLPHO\7KDQN\RX 10/28 6DOO\+R\OHU7UHDVXUHU
TOWN OF FERRISBURGH ADVERTISEMENT AND NOTICE OF SALE 32 V. S. A. SECTION 5253
The Â resident Â and Â nonresident Â owners, Â lien Â holders Â and Â mortgagees Â of Â lands Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh Â in Â the Â County Â of Â $GGLVRQDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHWD[HV DVVHVVHGE\VXFKWRZQIRUWKHWD[\HDUV 2011/12 Â & Â 2012/13 Â remain, Â either Â in Â whole Â or Â in Â part, Â unpaid Â on Â the Â following Â described Â property Â in Â such Â town, Â to Â wit; Â Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Lisa Â M Â Clayton, Â by Â Quit Â Claim Â Deed Â of Â Gary Â Clayton-Â Hall Â dated Â April Â 15, Â 1996, Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 84, Â Page Â 76 Â of Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â Land Â Records. Â Said Â real Â estate Â being Â situated Â at Â 214 Â High Â Meadows Â Road Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â County Â of Â Addison Â and Â State Â of Â Vermont. For Â a Â more Â complete Â description Â visit Â WKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH$QGSXUVXDQWWR 32 Â V.S.A. Â 5253 Â and Â 5257 Â so Â much Â of Â such Â property Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â WKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHDSXEOLFSODFHLQ such Â town, Â on Â the Â 30th Â day Â of Â November Â 2013 Â at Â 11 Â 0â€™clock Â in Â the Â forenoon, Â as Â VKDOOEHUHTXLVLWHWRGLVFKDUJHVXFKWD[HV with Â costs, Â unless Â previously Â paid. Â Dated Â at Â Ferrisburgh, Â Vermont, Â this Â 8th Â day Â of Â October Â 2013. &KHVWHU+DZNLQV&ROOHFWRURI7RZQ7D[HV Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â Vermont 10/21
SHOREHAM PLANNING COMMISSION ZONING REGULATIONS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Â Shoreham Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â November Â 21, Â 2013 Â at Â 7:00 Â P.M. Â at Â the Â Elementary Â School Â gym Â in Â Shoreham, Â Vermont, Â on Â the Â proposed Â 2013 Â Shoreham Â Zoning Â Regulations. Â This Â hearing Â is Â being Â held Â pursuant Â to Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â 4441. Â This Â notice Â is Â issued Â pursuant Â to Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â 4444(b). STATEMENT Â OF Â PURPOSE Â AND Â AREAS Â OF Â TOWN Â AFFECTED The Â Zoning Â Regulations Â implement Â and Â enforce Â the Â Shoreham Â Town Â Plan. Â In Â certain Â cases, Â these Â proposed Â regulations Â change Â the Â boundaries Â of Â some Â zoning Â districts Â in Â 6KRUHKDP DQG WKH\ PDNH VLJQLÂżFDQW FKDQJHV WR WKH SHUPLWWHG DQG FRQGLWLRQDO XVHV allowed Â in Â all Â districts. Â All Â areas Â within Â the Â Town Â of Â Shoreham Â are Â affected. Â Topic Â areas Â for Â discussion Â include: PROPOSED ZONING REGULATIONS ARTICLE Â I. Â AUTHORITY, Â PURPOSE Â & Â APPLICABILITY Â .................... 1 ARTICLE Â II. Â ZONING Â DISTRICTS Â & Â DISTRICT Â STANDARDS Â ........... 5 ARTICLE Â III. Â GENERAL Â STANDARDS Â .............................................. 15 ARTICLE Â IV. Â SPECIFIC Â USE Â STANDARDS Â ...................................... 23 ARTICLE Â V. Â CONDITIONAL Â USE Â REVIEW Â ....................................... 31 ARTICLE Â VI. Â PLANNED Â UNIT Â DEVELOPMENTS Â (PUD) Â ................. 37 ARTICLE Â VII. Â ADMINISTRATION Â & Â ENFORCEMENT Â ...................... 41 ARTICLE Â VIII. Â DEFINITIONS............................................................. 49 MAPS Â Â ................................................................................................ 59 The Â Proposed Â Zoning Â RegulationsDUHDYDLODEOHDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH6KRUHKDP 9HUPRQWGXULQJWKH2IÂżFHÂśVQRUPDORSHUDWLQJKRXUV For Â further Â information Â please Â call Â the Â Vice-ÂChair Â of Â the Â Planning Â Commission Â at Â (802) Â 897-Â2441 Â or Â the Â Town Â Clerk Â ,at Â (802) Â 897-Â5481. BY: Â Robert Â Fisher, Â Vice-ÂChair Â Shoreham Â Planning Â Commission
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Agenda 7:00 Â 1. Â Call Â to Â Order Â 2. Â *Approval Â of Â Minutes Â of Â October Â Â Â 22, Â 2013 Â Selectboard Â Meeting Â 3. Â *Approval Â of Â Agenda Â 4. Â Citizen Â Comments Â [Opportunity Â to Â raise Â or Â address Â Â Â issues Â that Â are Â not Â otherwise Â Â Â included Â on Â this Â agenda] 7:10 Â Â 5. Â *Town Â Clerk Â Ann Â Webster Â re: Â Â Â Approval Â to Â enter Â into Â contract Â with Â Â Â Cott Â Systems Â to Â include Â Property Â Â Â Transfer Â Tax Â Return Â records Â in Â the Â Â Â Town Â Clerkâ€˜s Â on-Âline Â data Â base. 7:15 Â Â 6. Â *Town Â of Â Middlebury Â â€“ Â Middlebury Â College Â Agreement Â for Â Exchange Â of Â Â a Â Portion Â of Â the Â Town-Âowned Â Eco-Â Â Â nomic Â Development Â Initiative Â Parcel Â Â Â for Â the Â Lazarus Â Property 7:25 Â 7. Â **Main Â Street Â & Â Merchants Â Row Â Â Â Railroad Â Overpass Â Bridge Â Replace Â Â ments Â â€“ Â Bi Â Weekly Â Report 7:30 Â 8. Â *Public Â Hearing Â on Â Amendment Â Â Â to Â Work Â in Â the Â Right-Âof-ÂWay Â Â Â Ordinance Â & Â Board Â Action Â on Â Â Â proposed Â Amendment 7:40 Â Â 9. Â **Policy Â Considerations D&RQĂ€LFWRI,QWHUHVW3ROLF\Âą Â Subcommittee Â for Â Review Â & Â Revi-Â Â Â sion Â of Â Policy E&RQÂżGHQWLDO,QIRUPDWLRQ3ROLF\Âą Â Subcommittee Â for Â Development Â of Â Â Â Policy F3ROLF\RQ)XQGLQJIRU1RQSURÂżW Â Groups 8:00 Â 10. Â *Act Â on Â Town Â of Â Middlebury-Â Â Â Middlebury Â College Â Municipal Â Build Â Â ing Â â€“ Â Recreation Â Facilities Â Term Â Sheet 8:15 Â 11. Â *Approval Â of Â Check Â Warrants Â 12. Â Town Â Managerâ€™s Â Report Â 13. Â Board Â Member Â Concerns Â 14. Â *Executive Â Session Â â€“ Â If Â Necessary Â 15. Â **Action Â on Â Matters Â Discussed Â in Â Â Â Executive Â Session 8:30 16. Â *Adjourn *Decision Â Item Â Â Â ** Â Possible Â Decision Â Item If Â you Â need Â special Â accommodations Â to Â attend Â this Â meeting, Â please Â contact Â WKH 7RZQ 0DQDJHUÂśV 2IÂżFH DW x-Â202 Â as Â early Â as Â possible. Â Â Â Additional Â information Â about Â most Â Agenda Â items Â is Â available Â on Â the Â Townâ€™s Â website, Â ZZZPLGGOHEXU\JRYRIÂżFHFRP, Â on Â the Â Selectboard Â page. 11/4
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VDLGDGGLQJLWDOVRKHOSV The Â Vermont Â Housing Â and Â Conservation Â Board Â (VHCB) Â is Â seeking Â public Â comment Â on Â DFFHVV WKH &LYLO '/6 a Â proposed Â amendment Â to Â the Â conservation Â easement Â encumbering Â the Â former Â Farr/ people Â navigate Â a Â ju-Â 'LYHUVLRQ 3URJUDP PHHW ZLWK 'H-Â GLFLDO V\VWHP WKDW FDQ RWKHUZLVH EH Hornbeck Â East Â Farm Â on Â Old Â Sawmill Â Road Â in Â Orwell, Â Vermont Â currently Â owned Â by Â Josh Â and Â Janelle Â Lucas. Â The Â proposed Â amendment Â would: VDXWHOWRGLVFXVVWKHUHDVRQVIRUWKHLU GLIÂżFXOW DQGRU LQWLPLGDWLQJ IRU D 1) Â Add Â the Â â€œsole Â discretionâ€? Â farm Â labor Â housing Â (FLH) Â clause Â to Â the Â easement Â which Â OLFHQVHVXVSHQVLRQWKHLUSHUVRQDOÂż-Â QHZFRPHU would Â allow Â for Â the Â easement Â holders Â to Â consider Â requests Â for Â additional Â labor Â QDQFHV WKH VWHSV QHHGHG WR JHW WKH 6FDQORQ ZRXOG OLNH WR VHH PRUH housing Â capacity Â with Â a Â high Â threshold Â for Â approval. 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STEVE Â COSTELLO, Â AN Â assistant Â editor Â of Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â in Â the Â early Â 1990s Â and Â current Â vice Â president Â of Â generation Â and Â energy Â innovation Â at Â Green Â Mountain Â Power, Â accepts Â the Â Rutland Â Regional Â Chamber Â of Â Commerceâ€™s Â 2013 Â Business Â Person Â of Â the Â Year Â award. Â The Â chamber Â cited Â Costelloâ€™s Â exten-Â sive Â involvement Â in Â the Â community Â and Â the Â successful Â business Â development Â he Â has Â shepherded Â for Â the Â Rutland Â region Â on Â behalf Â of Â GMP, Â including Â an Â increase Â in Â solar-Âgenerated Â power. Â Shown Â at Â the Â Oct. Â 29 Â awards Â ceremony Â are, Â from Â left, Â Rutland Â Chamber Â CEO Â Tom Â Donahue, Â Lt. Â Gov. Â Phil Â Scott, Â Steve Â Costello, Â Steveâ€™s Â wife Â Jane, Â Rutland Â Chamber Â President Â Marleen Â Cenate Â and Â Rutland Â City Â Mayor Â Chris Â Louras.
School News Nathan Â North Â of Â Vergennes Â and Â Ashley Â Mattison Â of Â Whiting Â have Â received Â scholarships Â at Â Clarkson Â University Â for Â the Â 2013-Â2014 Â academic Â year. Â North, Â a Â junior Â majoring Â in Â mechanical Â engineering, Â received Â the Â Class Â of Â 1963 Â Endowed Â Scholarship Â and Â the Â Elwyn Â J. Â Rodee Â Endowed Â Scholarship. Mattison, Â a Â senior Â majoring Â in Â biology, Â received Â the Â Ellen Â Herrick Â Endowed Â Scholarship. Laura Â Dam, Â a Â junior Â at Â St. Â Michaelâ€™s Â College, Â is Â studying Â abroad Â in Â Copenhagen, Â Denmark, Â at Â Danish Â Institute Â for Â Study Â Abroad Â for Â the Â fall Â 2013 Â semester. Â Dam, Â a Â psychology Â major, Â gradu-Â ated Â from Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School. She Â is Â the Â daughter Â of Â Bernard Â and Â Valerie Â Dam Â of Â Vergennes. Â
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