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Transitional apartments offered in Vergennes Shelter Â helps Â homeless Â become Â independent By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS VERGENNES Â â€” Â Robyn Â Yoder Â had Â grown Â weary Â of Â living Â in Â a Â trou-Â bled Â home Â and Â decided Â earlier Â this Â year Â that Â it Â was Â time Â for Â a Â change. â€œI Â moved Â away Â from Â my Â family Â of Â struggling Â addicts. Â I Â needed Â to Â cleanse Â my Â life Â from Â that,â€? Â she Â said Â on Â Thursday. So Â Yoder, Â 24, Â and Â her Â boyfriend, Â Josh Â Gordon, Â 26, Â moved Â from Â south-Â ern Â Vermont Â to Â the Â Vergennes Â area, Â where Â Gordon Â was Â raised. It Â was Â rough Â in Â the Â beginning. Â As Â they Â looked Â for Â work, Â they Â had Â to Â spend Â some Â time Â at Â the Â John Â W. Â Gra-Â ham Â Emergency Â Shelter Â on Â Monkton Â Road Â and Â at Â local Â hotels. Â But Â they Â eventually Â landed Â jobs Â and Â recently Â got Â what Â they Â consider Â to Â be Â a Â huge Â break Â in Â planning Â the Â next Â chapter Â of Â their Â lives Â together: Â An Â apartment Â of Â their Â own Â in Â a Â new Â transitional Â hous-Â ing Â project Â at Â 74 Â Green Â St. Â in Â Ver-Â gennes. Owned Â and Â operated Â by Â the Â John Â W. Â Graham Â Emergency Â Shelter, Â the Â Green Â Street Â Transitional Â Housing Â (See Â Shelter, Â Page Â 2)
Meal, Â housing Â group Â builds Â community (GLWRUÂśV QRWH 7KLV LV WKH ÂżUVW LQ a Â two-Âpart Â series Â that Â highlights Â the Â people Â and Â programs Â of Â the Â Charter Â House Â Coalition. Â Cate Â Costley, Â a Â ju-Â nior Â at Â Middlebury Â College, Â worked Â this Â past Â summer Â with Â the Â coalition. Â By Â CATE Â COSTLEY MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â â€œThere Â is Â noth-Â ing Â better Â for Â any Â of Â us Â than Â to Â give,â€? Â said Â Dottie Â Neuberger Â as Â she Â looked Â around Â at Â the Â checkered Â tablecloths Â and Â smiling Â people Â on Â a Â Friday Â eve-Â ning Â at Â Community Â Supper Â in Â the Â Congregational Â Church Â of Â Middle-Â bury. Â As Â Neuberger Â â€” Â the Â coordina-Â tor Â of Â Community Â Supper Â â€” Â said, Â this Â is Â a Â place Â â€œto Â give Â and Â get Â love.â€? Â With Â her Â characteristic Â sincer-Â ity, Â she Â added, Â â€œIt Â is Â a Â place Â to Â touch Â souls.â€? Â (See Â Community Â lunches, Â Page Â 5)
Mt. Â Abe Â rocked Â by Â student Â suicide Editorâ€™s Â note: Â The Â following Â con-Â tains Â graphic Â language. By Â ZACH Â DESPART BRISTOL Â â€” Â The Â suicide Â of Â a Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â junior Â this Â past Â Wednesday Â has Â left Â the Â Bristol Â school Â and Â many Â in Â the Â
surrounding Â towns Â reeling, Â and Â the Â girlâ€™s Â family Â is Â pointing Â to Â bullying Â at Â school Â and Â online Â as Â a Â cause. Olivia Â Mae Â Scott, Â 16, Â of Â New Â Ha-Â ven Â ended Â her Â life Â on Â Oct. Â 9 Â at Â her Â familyâ€™s Â home Â on Â River Â Road. Family Â members Â and Â a Â family Â
IULHQGSRLQWWRVSHFLÂżFH[DPSOHVRI bullying Â that Â Olivia Â endured Â in Â the Â month Â leading Â up Â to Â her Â death. Bethany Â Scott, Â Oliviaâ€™s Â older Â sis-Â ter, Â said Â Olivia Â had Â an Â account Â on Â the Â website Â ask.fm. Â On Â the Â site, Â anony-Â (See Â Mt. Â Abe, Â Page Â 32)
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3$,*($&.(5621$66,67$17GLUHFWRURIWKH-RKQ:*UDKDP(PHUJHQF\6KHOWHUSXWVVRPH¿QLVKLQJ touches on a new transitional housing apartment building in Vergennes last Thursday morning. The building features three apartments for families transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing. Independent photos/Trent Campbell
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ROBYN YODER IS one of the new residents, and site manager, of the John W. Graham Emergency Shelter’s new transitional housing build- ing on Green Street in Vergennes.
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Needed: Â A Â return Â to Â reason As Â the Â nation Â careens Â toward Â default Â on Â its Â national Â debt, Â and Â as Â Tea Â Party Â Republicans Â continue Â their Â reckless Â dismissal Â of Â those Â consequences, Â one Â wonders Â what Â happens Â to Â a Â political Â party Â that Â rejects Â rational Â argument Â and Â embraces Â a Â faith-Âbased Â approach Â to Â its Â politics. Â When Â such Â faith Â fails, Â will Â the Â voters Â who Â embraced Â those Â tactics Â fall Â on Â their Â sword Â or Â slowly Â turn Â toward Â the Â politics Â of Â reason? We Â are Â not, Â of Â course, Â talking Â about Â religion. Â Weâ€™re Â talking Â about Â the Â ir-Â rational Â politics Â of Â Tea Â Party Â Republicans Â and Â their Â insistence Â that Â sweeping Â spending Â cuts Â for Â all Â aspects Â of Â government Â â€” Â except Â the Â military Â and Â de-Â fense Â spending Â â€” Â are Â good Â for Â the Â economy. Â Weâ€™re Â talking Â about Â their Â insis-Â tence Â that Â defaulting Â on Â the Â nationâ€™s Â debt Â would Â not Â harm Â the Â economy. Â Weâ€™re Â talking Â about Â their Â insistence Â that Â health Â care Â reform Â is Â misguided, Â and Â that Â it Â is Â not Â governmentâ€™s Â business Â to Â worry Â about Â the Â poor, Â the Â sick Â and Â the Â unin-Â sured. Â Weâ€™re Â talking Â about Â a Â party Â that Â rejects Â the Â science Â of Â climate Â change Â and Â advocates Â for Â unlimited Â drilling. Â Weâ€™re Â talking Â about Â the Â Republicansâ€™ Â insistence Â that Â the Â widening Â gap Â in Â income Â between Â the Â nationâ€™s Â wealthiest Â few Â and Â the Â vast Â majority Â of Â Americans Â is Â OK Â and Â should Â not Â be Â addressed Â by Â changes Â in Â policy. Â Let Â the Â market Â work Â it Â out, Â they Â maintain, Â as Â if Â the Â market Â GLGQRWFUHDWHWKHLQHTXLW\LQWKHÂżUVWSODFH We Â are Â talking Â the Â GOP Â indoctrinating Â followers Â with Â a Â mindset Â that Â their Â policies Â will Â prevail Â only Â if Â the Â faithful Â believe Â and Â press Â ahead Â with Â their Â doctrine Â â€” Â despite Â facts Â to Â the Â contrary. It Â is Â clear Â by Â now Â that Â the Â party Â has Â lost Â control Â of Â its Â mainstream Â message Â and Â direction Â to Â a Â vocal Â minority. Â The Â question Â is Â whether Â it Â can Â regain Â control Â in Â time Â to Â avoid Â serious Â harm Â to Â the Â country. We Â still Â have Â hope Â that Â the Â nation Â will Â avoid Â default Â and, Â at Â the Â worst, Â adopt Â a Â six-Âweek Â delay. But Â to Â recapture Â the Â partyâ€™s Â sanity, Â mainstream Â Republicans Â will Â have Â to Â document Â the Â damage Â being Â done Â by Â the Â government Â shutdown Â â€” Â the Â un-Â certainty Â created Â for Â farmers, Â as Â documented Â in Â last Â Thursdayâ€™s Â Addison Â In-Â dependent, Â is Â one Â example Â â€” Â and Â press Â their Â partyâ€™s Â leadership Â to Â return Â to Â leadership Â by Â reason, Â not Â dogma. Â Angelo Â S. Â Lynn
A Â tonic Â for Â bullying? Â Respect The Â death Â of Â Olivia Â Scott, Â a Â 16-Âyear-Âold Â student Â at Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School, Â has Â sent Â shock Â waves Â throughout Â the Â community. Â Her Â suicide Â is Â particularly Â troubling Â because Â its Â cause Â is Â likely Â connected Â to Â cyber Â bul-Â lying Â â€” Â which Â boils Â down Â to Â hateful Â speech Â and Â indiscriminate Â meanness Â promulgated Â by Â a Â culture Â of Â online Â anonymity. Â After Â grief, Â better Â education Â at Â the Â school Â and Â among Â the Â community Â is Â the Â appropriate, Â if Â inadequate, Â tonic. Â It Â will Â be Â inadequate Â because Â we Â can Â never Â eradicate Â all Â aspects Â of Â meanness, Â of Â indiscriminate Â bullying. Â Todayâ€™s Â online Â ZRUOGRQO\PDNHVLWPRUHDQRQ\PRXVDQGPRUHGLIÂżFXOWWRGHWHFW AN Â OLD Â RADIATOR Â is Â ready Â to Â work Â its Â magic Â as Â frosty Â nights Â begin Â to Â take Â hold Â across Â the Â county. To Â that Â end, Â activities Â that Â bring Â students Â together Â in Â social Â settings Â are Â Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell enormously Â important. Â Joining Â a Â school Â sport Â team Â is Â one Â of Â the Â most Â suc-Â cessful Â programs Â because Â it Â creates Â a Â team Â dynamic Â that Â is Â supportive. Â Aca-Â demic Â options Â like Â math Â club, Â debate, Â forensics, Â art Â and Â many Â other Â activities Â can Â do Â the Â same. Â One Â apparent Â reality Â that Â parents Â and Â other Â students Â should Â grasp, Â in Â the Â wake Â of Â this Â tragedy, Â is Â that Â being Â home Â and Â online Â in Â the Â sanctity Â of Â oneâ€™s Â room Â is Â not Â always Â the Â safest Â place Â to Â be. Â One Â can Â hope Â the Â response Â at Â Mount Â Abe Â will Â be Â to Â embrace Â this Â tragedy Â as Â a Â wake-Âup Â call, Â and Â tackle Â the Â issue Â with Â openness, Â frankness Â and Â a Â full-Âon Â I Â write Â to Â us Â all Â from Â Elsipogtog Â communities Â here Â in Â their Â goals Â of Â On Â Oct. Â 1, Â Treaty Â Day Â in Â New Â commitment Â to Â ensure Â the Â school Â culture Â is Â respectful Â and Â supporting Â of Â all Â First Â Nation Â in Â New Â Brunswick, Â stopping Â the Â fracking Â industry Â in Â its Â Brunswick, Â the Â Elsipogtog Â First Â students. Â Thatâ€™s Â a Â tall Â order, Â but Â its Â importance Â cannot Â be Â overstated. Canada. Â For Â the Â past Â three Â years, Â a Â tracks. Â Nation Â Band Â Council Â issued Â a Â Angelo Â S. 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Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â October Â 14, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 5
Community Â lunches (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) weeks, Â getting Â to Â know Â its Â patrons Â It Â all Â began Â with Â a Â Christmas Â din-Â and Â volunteers Â well. Â I Â will Â share Â the Â ner. Â Starting Â in Â 2000, Â two Â Middle-Â stories Â of Â a Â few Â of Â these Â individuals Â bury Â families Â â€” Â one Â of Â which Â was Â in Â the Â second Â installment Â of Â this Â se-Â Neubergerâ€™s Â â€” Â spent Â Christmas Â ries. Â night Â at Â The Â Commons, Â a Â restrict-Â GROWTH Â ORGANIZATION In Â its Â eight Â years Â of Â operation, Â the Â ed-Âincome Â housing Â development Â Charter Â House Â Coalition Â has Â grown Â in Â Middlebury. Â Here, Â they Â shared Â a Â hot Â meal Â with Â any Â and Â all Â residents Â and Â expanded Â greatly. Â In Â terms Â of Â the Â meals Â programs, Â who Â wanted Â to Â join. Â on Â March Â 1, Â 2005, Â 22 Â In Â Neubergerâ€™s Â mind, Â â€œWe are an people Â gathered Â at Â the Â those Â Christmas Â meals Â Congregational Â Church Â were Â evidence Â of Â foodâ€™s Â organization of Â Middlebury Â for Â the Â power Â to Â bring Â people Â committed ÂżUVW &RPPXQLW\ 6XS-Â together. Â At Â the Â same Â to making per. Â Eight Â years Â and Â time, Â they Â revealed Â that Â life better for over Â 100,000 Â meals Â food Â insecurity, Â poverty Â and Â homelessness Â are Â those who are later, Â Community Â Sup-Â per Â has Â grown Â into Â a Â prevalent Â issues Â in Â Ad-Â food insecure dison Â County. Â or precariously weekly Â event Â on Â Friday Â evenings Â that Â provides Â In Â response Â to Â these Â issues, Â the Â Community Â housed â€” and hot, Â wholesome Â food Â to Â some Â 200 Â diners Â Supper Â program Â and Â doing it in a each Â week. Â In Â the Â past Â its Â parent Â organization, Â communitythe Â Charter Â House Â Co-Â minded way.â€? year, Â 37 Â different Â orga-Â nizations Â volunteered Â alition, Â were Â born Â in Â â€” Doug Sinclair their Â time, Â food Â and Â March Â of Â 2005. Â The Â manpower. Â These Â or-Â FRDOLWLRQ LV D QRQSURÂżW organization Â dedicated Â to Â providing Â ganizations Â include Â Addison Â Central Â basic Â food Â and Â housing Â to Â people Â Teens, Â the Â Weybridge Â and Â Cornwall Â in Â need Â in Â and Â around Â Middlebury. Â Congregational Â churches, Â the Â Swift Â Doug Â Sinclair, Â one Â of Â the Â coalitionâ€™s Â House Â Inn, Â Havurah, Â the Â Middle-Â founding Â members Â in Â 2005 Â and Â its Â bury Â College Â alpine Â ski Â team, Â Con-Â current Â volunteer Â president, Â articu-Â nor Â Homes Â and Â many Â more. Likewise, Â the Â coalitionâ€™s Â housing Â lated Â its Â mission: Â â€œWe Â are Â an Â organi-Â programs Â have Â grown Â in Â scope Â and Â zation Â committed Â to Â making Â life Â bet-Â ter Â for Â those Â who Â are Â food Â insecure Â impact Â in Â eight Â years. Â In Â response Â to Â or Â precariously Â housed Â â€” Â and Â doing Â housing Â insecurity, Â the Â coalition Â runs Â an Â emergency Â winter Â housing Â facil-Â it Â in Â a Â community-Âminded Â way.â€? To Â this Â end, Â the Â coalition Â operates Â ity Â at Â the Â Charter Â House Â across Â from Â ÂżYH GLVWLQFW SURJUDPV WKDW KRXVH the Â church Â on Â Pleasant Â Street. Â From Â 45 Â individuals Â a Â year, Â serve Â 21,000 Â November Â through Â April, Â the Â Char-Â meals Â and Â draw Â on Â a Â network Â of Â ter Â House Â provides Â a Â home Â for Â up Â to Â more Â than Â 750 Â volunteers. Â With Â this Â ÂżYHIDPLOLHVRULQGLYLGXDOVDWDWLPH manpower, Â the Â coalition Â performs Â In Â a Â note Â addressed Â to Â the Â members Â over Â 23,500 Â hours Â of Â service Â every Â of Â the Â coalition, Â one Â former Â resident Â conveyed Â the Â impact Â of Â the Â Charter Â year. Â The Â coalitionâ€™s Â programs Â foster Â relationships Â between Â people Â from Â all Â corners Â of Â the Â Middlebury Â area, Â while Â satisfying Â the Â need Â for Â com-Â munity, Â shelter Â and Â food. Â Volunteer Â Jeff Â Rehbach Â emphasized Â the Â com-Â munity Â building Â he Â has Â seen Â in Â ac-Â tion. â€œWe Â see Â â€Ś Â the Â growth Â of Â commu-Â nity, Â as Â we Â begin Â to Â understand Â our Â differences Â as Â well Â as Â our Â common Â humanity,â€? Â he Â said. Â Another Â volunteer Â said Â commu-Â nity Â building Â works Â in Â both Â direc-Â tions: Â â€œMost Â days Â after Â volunteering, Â my Â perspective Â is Â shifted Â a Â bit Â more Â away Â from Â myself Â and Â helps Â me Â to Â be Â more Â open-Âminded Â to Â people Â who Â think Â differently.â€? Like Â these Â volunteers, Â I Â too Â was Â drawn Â to Â the Â coalition Â because Â it Â offered Â a Â chance Â to Â connect Â more Â deeply Â with Â a Â group Â of Â people Â be-Â yond Â the Â sphere Â of Â my Â daily Â inter-Â DFWLRQV , ÂżUVW DWWHQGHG &RPPXQLW\ Supper Â during Â my Â freshman Â year Â at Â Middlebury Â College, Â in Â the Â fall Â of Â 2011. Â I Â arrived Â at Â the Â Congregational Â Church, Â put Â on Â an Â apron Â and Â awaited Â instruction. Â The Â man Â organizing Â that Â nightâ€™s Â supper Â turned Â to Â me Â and Â said Â simply, Â â€œFood Â is Â love. Â Thatâ€™s Â all Â you Â need Â to Â know.â€? Â Two Â years Â and Â countless Â suppers Â later, Â that Â is Â still Â my Â guiding Â tenet. Â This Â past Â summer, Â I Â worked Â with Â the Â coalition Â for Â 10 Â
House: Â â€œMy Â family Â would Â like Â to Â extend Â our Â warmest Â and Â strongest Â thank Â you Â for Â providing Â us Â with Â a Â place Â to Â establish Â stability Â during Â D YHU\ VWUHVVIXO GLIÂżFXOW DQG RYHU-Â whelming Â time Â of Â transition.â€? Â The Â Charter Â House Â staff Â works Â closely Â with Â other Â service Â organiza-Â tions Â in Â the Â county Â to Â connect Â with Â families Â and Â individuals Â who Â would Â EHDJRRGÂżWIRU&KDUWHU+RXVHUHVL-Â dency. Â After Â an Â application Â process, Â the Â individuals Â and Â families Â move Â into Â the Â house. Â Sinclair, Â Housing Â Programs Â coordinator Â Samantha Â Kachmar Â and Â other Â Charter Â House Â volunteers Â seek Â to Â connect Â residents Â with Â caseworkers Â from Â organiza-Â tions Â such Â as Â Helping Â Overcome Â Povertyâ€™s Â Effects Â to Â assist Â these Â indi-Â viduals Â and Â families Â move Â forward. Â Furthermore, Â volunteers Â staff Â the Â Charter Â House Â 24 Â hours Â a Â day. Â The Â volunteers Â range Â from Â retirees Â such Â as Â 82-Âyear-Âold Â Paul Â Viko Â to Â Middlebury Â College Â students Â like Â junior Â James Â McMillan, Â with Â a Â wide Â range Â of Â different Â individuals Â in Â between. Â To Â Viko, Â his Â charge Â as Â a Â volun-Â teer Â is Â to Â â€œlet Â (the Â residents) Â have Â their Â peace Â and Â their Â space,â€? Â while Â providing Â a Â quiet Â overseeing Â pres-Â ence. Â MacMillan Â sees Â his Â role Â as Â one Â that Â is Â â€œmore Â actively Â engaged Â with Â residents, Â especially Â chil-Â dren.â€? Â Also Â in Â response Â to Â housing Â in-Â VHFXULW\ WKH FRDOLWLRQ RZQV ÂżYH transitional Â housing Â apartments Â on Â North Â Pleasant Â Street Â that Â accom-Â modate Â individuals Â and Â families Â for Â an Â average Â of Â six Â to Â 18 Â months. Â Like Â the Â Charter Â House, Â these Â apartments Â are Â places Â where Â resi-Â dents Â have Â the Â time Â and Â space Â to Â (See Â Suppers, Â Page Â 46)
(Continued Â from Â Page Â 4) ties Â as Â well Â as Â Mother Â Earth Â for Â too Â long. Â Seeing Â the Â impacts Â of Â fracking, Â the Â people Â here Â â€” Â settler Â and Â native Â alike Â â€” Â are Â saying Â â€œenough!â€? One Â hundred Â kilometers Â away Â in Â Penobsquis, Â the Â fracking Â industry Â has Â operated Â unabated Â for Â almost Â 10 Â years. Â The Â air Â stinks Â and Â people Â report Â daily Â headaches, Â dizziness, Â as Â well Â as Â increasing Â rates Â of Â cancer. Â When Â I Â visited Â the Â well Â sites, Â I Â imme-Â diately Â had Â a Â headache Â and Â felt Â sick Â from Â the Â chemicals Â in Â the Â air. The Â industry Â and Â government Â claimed Â that Â each Â well Â would Â create Â dozens Â of Â jobs, Â just Â as Â in Â Addison Â County Â we Â hear Â the Â same Â argument Â surrounding Â the Â pipeline. Â In Â Penobs-Â quis, Â they Â have Â found Â the Â opposite Â to Â be Â true. Â Farmersâ€™ Â land Â has Â been Â ru-Â ined Â from Â gas Â wells Â and Â underground Â piping. Â Throughout Â the Â area, Â 66 Â fami-Â lies Â lost Â their Â well Â water, Â and Â some Â houses Â are Â now Â worthless Â due Â to Â proximity Â to Â the Â gas Â wells Â and Â shift-Â ing Â ground Â which Â caused Â structural Â problems. Â This Â is Â what Â is Â happening Â in Â extraction Â communities. Our Â struggle Â in Â Addison Â County Â is Â connected Â to Â those Â in Â Penobsquis. Â All Â of Â the Â gas Â from Â New Â Brunswick Â is Â sold Â to Â the Â United Â States. Â In Â Ad-Â dison Â County Â we Â stand Â on Â the Â verge Â of Â deciding Â about Â a Â project Â that Â would Â increase Â demand Â for Â Canadian Â fracked Â gas. Â Middlebury Â College, Â too, Â is Â making Â money Â from Â oil Â and Â gas Â companies Â like Â â€” Â or Â perhaps Â even Â including Â â€” Â SWN. Â These Â are Â companies Â that Â are Â suppressing Â the Â voices Â of Â local Â people, Â and Â attempt-Â ing Â to Â silence Â their Â experiences. People Â at Â the Â points Â of Â extraction Â DUHÂżJKWLQJKDUGDQGRXUVWUXJJOHVWR stop Â the Â expansion Â of Â fracked Â gas Â in-Â frastructure Â in Â Addison Â County Â lends Â
strength Â to Â their Â work. Â For Â those Â of Â us Â who Â have Â yet Â to Â be Â convinced Â of Â stopping Â this Â pipeline, Â I Â share Â with Â you Â the Â stories Â of Â people Â much Â like Â ourselves Â who Â now Â have Â the Â daily Â and Â generational Â legacies Â of Â pollu-Â tion Â that Â are Â destroying Â their Â liveli-Â hoods. Â When Â I Â asked Â what Â message Â they Â had Â to Â send Â to Â us Â working Â in Â Vermont, Â Beth Â Nixon Â and Â Heather Â McCabe Â of Â Penobsquis Â said, Â â€œStop Â them Â (the Â natural Â gas Â companies) Â at Â all Â costs, Â we Â wish Â they Â had Â never Â come Â here.â€? Â Let Â us Â heed Â this Â call, Â to Â stop Â the Â gas Â companies Â at Â all Â costs, Â resisting Â side-Âby-Âside Â with Â the Â Elsipogtog Â First Â Nation, Â the Â people Â of Â Penobsquis, Â and Â our Â neighbors Â in Â Addison Â County Â to Â protect Â the Â lands Â and Â the Â waters Â of Â these Â places Â we Â all Â call Â home. Sam Â Koplinka-ÂLoehr Middlebury
Letters to Â the Â editor The Â Addison Â Independent Â encourag-Â es Â readers Â to Â write Â letters Â to Â the Â editor. Â We Â believe Â a Â newspaper Â should Â be Â a Â community Â forum Â for Â people Â to Â debate Â issues Â of Â the Â day Because Â we Â believe Â that Â account-Â ability Â makes Â for Â responsible Â debate, Â we Â will Â print Â signed Â letters Â only. Â Be Â sure Â to Â include Â an Â address Â and Â telephone Â number, Â too, Â so Â we Â can Â call Â to Â clear Â up Â any Â questions. If Â you Â have Â something Â to Â say, Â send Â it Â to: Â Letters Â to Â the Â Editor, Â Addison Â Inde-Â pendent, Â P.O. Â Box Â 31, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753. Â Or Â email Â to Â news@addisoninde-Â pendent.com
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Olivia Scott, 16, New Haven
NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â Olivia Â Mae Â Scott, Â 16, Â a Â junior Â at Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School, Â died Â unexpect-Â edly Â on Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 9, Â 2013. RUTLAND, Â Vt./MILTON, Â Ill. Â â€” Â She Â was Â born Â Aug. Â 18, Â 1997, Â in Â Louis Â Wilfred Â Gokey, Â 85, Â of Â Rutland, Â Middlebury, Â the Â daughter Â of Â Peter Â Vt., Â and Â Milton, Â Ill., Â died Â Saturday, Â Watson Â Scott Â and Â Stephanie Â Manning Â Oct. Â 5, Â 2013, Â at Â the Â Timberpoint Â and Â resided Â in Â New Â Haven Â with Â her Â Nursing Â Home Â in Â Camp Â Point, Â Ill. Â father Â and Â sister. He Â was Â born Â Oct. Â 27, Â 1929, Â in Â West Â Family Â said Â she Â absolutely Â loved Â Rutland, Â Vt., Â the Â son Â of Â Emery Â and Â being Â outdoors. Â She Â was Â an Â excep-Â Delia Â Greenier Â Gokey. tional Â athlete Â and Â played Â on Â the Â He Â was Â employed Â for Â over Â 30 Â YDUVLW\ ÂżHOG KRFNH\ WHDP DV ZHOO years Â on Â the Â farm Â of Â Avis Â and Â Harold Â as Â the Â basketball Â and Â softball Â teams Â Butler Â of Â Bristol, Â Vt. at Â Mount Â Abe. Â She Â was Â a Â success-Â He Â was Â a Â member Â of Â the Â Church Â of Â ful Â deer Â hunter Â and Â enjoyed Â hunt-Â the Â Nazarene, Â Leicester, Â Vt., Â and Â the Â ing Â with Â her Â father Â and Â riding Â her Â Boy Â Scouts Â of Â Quincy, Â Ill. four-Âwheeler Â around Â the Â trails Â on Â His Â caregivers Â say Â he Â loved Â to Â the Â family Â farm. Â She Â loved Â taking Â join Â in Â for Â all Â the Â Felionsâ€™ Â family Â pictures Â of Â nature Â as Â a Â hobby Â and Â dinners Â and Â just Â being Â with Â them, Â wanted Â to Â be Â a Â photographer. enjoyed Â sitting Â with Â their Â dog Â Tyler, Â She Â worked Â at Â The Â Lodge Â at Â Otter Â going Â to Â Cardinal Â games, Â watching Â Creek Â in Â Middlebury Â as Â a Â member Â of Â ball Â games, Â playing Â bingo, Â going Â to Â the Â wait Â staff. Â Those Â who Â knew Â her Â LOUIS Â WILFRED Â GOKEY church, Â being Â at Â Quincy Â Terrace, Â and Â said Â her Â beautiful Â smile Â and Â infec-Â going Â to Â Project Â Independence Â while Â tious Â laugh Â brightened Â everyoneâ€™s Â living Â in Â Vermont. brothers, Â Emory Â N. Â Gokey Â Jr. Â and Â day. Â She Â was Â a Â serial Â photo Â bomber Â He Â leaves Â behind Â sister Â Marion Â Joseph Â Gokey. and Â loved Â to Â make Â people Â laugh Â Czachor Â of Â Rutland, Â Vt.;Íž Â many Â A Â Mass Â of Â Christian Â burial Â will Â with Â a Â funny Â face Â or Â a Â joke Â and Â was Â nieces Â and Â nephews;Íž Â his Â caregivers, Â be Â celebrated Â 1 Â p.m. Â on Â Tuesday, Â Rick Â and Â Sandi Â Felion Â of Â Milton, Â Ill., Â Oct. Â 15, Â 2013 Â at Â Immaculate Â Heart Â and Â other Â family Â and Â friends Â in Â the Â of Â Mary, Â 18 Â Lincoln Â Ave., Â Rutland, Â Felion Â family. Vt. Â Interment Â will Â be Â in Â St. Â Joseph Â He Â wa Â predeceased Â by Â two Â Cemetery Â in Â Rutland. Â BRANDON Â â€” Â Elizabeth Â Benson Â (Congdon) Â â€œBettyâ€? Â Shedd, Â 90, Â of Â Brandon Â died Â peacefully Â at Â Shard Â Villa Â in Â Salisbury Â on Â Oct. Â 10, Â 2013. She Â was Â born Â in Â Rutland Â on Â Dec. Â 28, Â 1922, Â the Â daughter Â of Â Fred Â W. Â , S at u rd ay th and Â Mabel Â (Keyes) Â Congdon Â of Â Clarendon. Â She Â was Â raised Â on Â a Â Oc t o b e r 19 farm Â on Â West Â Creek Â Road Â and Â had Â a Â 12-6pm lifelong Â love Â of Â animals, Â especially Â dogs Â and Â horses. Â She Â was Â a Â gradu-Â ate Â of Â Rutland Â High Â School, Â class Â of Â 1942. On Â May Â 12, Â 1946, Â she Â married Â the Â love Â of Â her Â life, Â Paul Â Shedd, Â at Â the Â Wallingford Â Congregational Â Church. Â Most Â of Â their Â married Â life Â was Â spent Â in Â Clarendon, Â Rutland Â and Â Brandon. Â Paul Â and Â Betty Â were Â resi-Â dent Â managers Â at Â Neshobe Â House Â FROM THE in Â Brandon Â from Â 1994 Â until Â Paulâ€™s Â death Â in Â 2006. Â Betty Â continued Â as Â MAD TACO resident Â manager Â until Â 2011. Â Paul Â DQG %HWW\ ORYHG ÂżVKLQJ FDPSLQJ 802.388.2411 in Â their Â RV, Â and Â were Â diehard Â Red Â
Louis Gokey, 85, Rutland
always Â quick Â with Â a Â snappy Â come-Â back, Â family Â recalled, Â noting Â that Â she Â will Â be Â greatly Â missed Â by Â everyone Â whose Â life Â she Â touched. She Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â father Â of Â New Â Haven;Íž Â her Â mother Â of Â Colchester;Íž Â sister Â Bethany Â P. Â Scott, Â and Â Bethanyâ€™s Â son Â Bentley Â Watson Â Luong Â and Â his Â father Â Nathan Â Luong Â of Â New Â Haven;Íž Â paternal Â grandpar-Â ents, Â Watson Â A. Â and Â Debra Â R. Â Scott Â of Â New Â Haven;Íž Â maternal Â grandmother, Â Arthea Â Leggett Â of Â Colchester;Íž Â half-Â sister Â Carly Â Rose Â Cram Â of Â Bristol;Íž Â aunts Â Dione Â Scott Â of Â Pittsford, Â Amy Â Manning Â of Â Brandon Â and Â Katie Â Perone Â of Â Connecticut;Íž Â uncles Â Martin Â Manning Â of Â Massachusetts Â and Â Charles Â Whittemore Â of Â New Â Haven;Íž Â and Â numerous Â cousins, Â friends Â and Â her Â beloved Â teammates. Visiting Â hours Â will Â be Â held Â on Â Monday, Â Oct. Â 14, Â from Â 4-Â7 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Sanderson-ÂDucharme Â Funeral Â Home, Â 117 Â South Â Main Â St. Â in Â Middlebury. Funeral Â services Â will Â be Â held Â on Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â at Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â in Â
OLIVIA Â SCOTT Bristol. Memorial Â contributions Â may Â be Â made Â in Â her Â name Â to Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â Athletics, Â 220 Â Airport Â Drive, Â Bristol, Â VT Â 05443.
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Sox Â fans. Â Betty Â was Â very Â accom-Â plished Â in Â knitting, Â crocheting, Â and Â needlework. She Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â daughter, Â Donna Â Brewer Â and Â her Â husband Â George Â of Â Cornwall;Íž Â her Â grand-Â daughter. Â Julie Â Scribner Â and Â her Â husband Â George Â of Â Cornwall;Íž Â her Â great-Âgrandsons, Â Christopher Â Ryan Â of Â Cornwall Â and Â 2nd Â Lt. Â Thomas Â Ryan Â of Â Fort Â Benning, Â Ga.;Íž Â her Â brother-Âin-Âlaw, Â Don;Íž Â her Â sisters-Âin-Â law, Â Grace, Â Alice, Â and Â Mary Â Lou;Íž Â many Â nieces Â and Â nephews;Íž Â and Â her Â beloved Â bird, Â Tessa. The Â family Â wishes Â to Â thank Â every-Â one Â at Â Shard Â Villa Â and Â Addison Â County Â Home Â Health Â and Â Hospice, Â and Â Judy Â Hill, Â who Â all Â took Â such Â loving Â care Â of Â Betty. A Â celebration Â of Â her Â life Â will Â be Â held Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â in Â Wallingford. Â Services Â are Â being Â arranged Â by Â Aldous Â Funeral Â Home Â in Â Wallingford.
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Samuel Francoeur, 20, Leicester
Diane Christian, 69, Brandon BRANDON Â â€” Â Diane Â Lavoie Â Christian, Â 69, Â of Â Brandon Â died Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 9, Â 2013, Â at Â Mountain Â View Â Center Â in Â Rutland. She Â was Â born Â in Â New Â London, Â Conn., Â on Â Aug. Â 9, Â 1944. Â She Â was Â the Â daughter Â of Â John Â and Â Margaret Â (Arens) Â Lavoie. Â She Â graduated Â from Â Mount Â St. Â Joseph Â Academy, Â class Â of Â 1962, Â and Â afterward Â graduated Â from Â Holy Â Ghost Â School Â of Â Nursing Â in Â Cambridge, Â Mass., Â class Â of Â 1963. She Â worked Â as Â a Â licensed Â practical Â nurse Â for Â 38 Â years. Â She Â was Â forced Â to Â retire Â due Â to Â illness Â in Â June Â 2001. Â Her Â IDPLO\ VD\V VKH KDG D VSHFLÂżF ORYH of Â Hospice Â work. Â She Â had Â lived Â in Â Brandon Â since Â 2000, Â having Â moved Â there Â from Â Hamden, Â Conn. She Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â husband, Â Gordon Â â€œBudâ€? Â Christian, Â now Â of Â Orwell;Íž Â two Â sons, Â William Â Andrew Â Aquila Â of Â Line Â Lexington, Â Pa., Â and Â Marc Â Lavoie Â Aquila Â of Â Norwich, Â Vt.;Íž Â WZR GDXJKWHUV (IÂżH $QQH $TXLOD
Thieme Â of Â Weston, Â Conn., Â and Â Stephanie Â Margaret Â Aquila Â of Â Salt Â Lake Â City, Â Utah;Íž Â a Â brother, Â William Â Berry Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â a Â sister, Â Suzanne Â D. Â Lavoie Â of Â West Â Hartford, Â Conn.;Íž Â and Â eight Â grandchildren. Â Several Â nieces, Â nephews Â and Â cousins Â also Â survive Â her. The Â memorial Â service Â â€œIn Â Celebration Â of Â Her Â Lifeâ€? Â will Â be Â held Â on Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 19, Â 2013, Â at Â 2 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Miller Â & Â Ketcham Â Funeral Â Home Â in Â Brandon. Â Cynthia Â Yee, Â chaplain Â at Â Rutland Â Area Â Visiting Â 1XUVH +RVSLFHZLOORIÂżFLDWH7KH graveside Â committal Â service Â and Â burial Â will Â follow Â the Â ceremony Â at Â Mountain Â View Â Cemetery Â in Â Orwell. Friends Â may Â call Â at Â the Â funeral Â home Â on Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 2013, Â from Â 6-Â8 Â p.m. Memorial Â gifts Â may Â be Â made Â to Â Rutland Â Area Â Visiting Â Nurse Â & Â Hospice, Â 7 Â Albert Â Cree Â Drive, Â Rutland, Â VT Â 05701.
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LEICESTER Â â€” Â Samuel Â Michael Â Francoeur, Â age Â 20, Â died Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 9, Â 2013, Â while Â visiting Â the Â home Â of Â his Â grandparents Â in Â Ripton. Sam Â was Â born Â in Â Middlebury Â on Â July Â 30, Â 1993, Â on Â a Â day Â full Â of Â beauti-Â ful Â rainbows. Â He Â was Â the Â son Â of Â Paul Â and Â Kristin Â (Holsman) Â Francoeur. Â He Â grew Â up Â in Â Leicester Â where Â he Â received Â his Â early Â education Â at Â Leicester Â Central Â School. Â He Â graduated Â from Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School, Â class Â of Â 2011, Â graduating Â as Â part Â of Â the Â National Â Honor Â Society. Â After Â Otter Â Valley, Â Sam Â attended Â one Â year Â at Â UVM. Sam Â loved Â theater Â and Â was Â a Â dedi-Â cated Â part Â of Â the Â Walking Â Stick Â Theatre Â at Â Otter Â Valley, Â proudly Â being Â in Â 17 Â of Â their Â shows Â in Â his Â time Â at Â OVUHS. Â While Â at Â OV, Â he Â especially Â enjoyed Â the Â Moosalamoo Â program. Â He Â was Â an Â avid Â skier Â and Â enjoyed Â the Â slopes Â at Â Snow Â Bowl, Â as Â well Â as Â loving Â to Â ice Â skate. Sam Â loved Â anything Â to Â do Â with Â history, Â and Â loved Â to Â travel Â with Â his Â family, Â enjoying Â trips Â to Â Canada, Â Mexico, Â England, Â and Â the Â Grand Â Caymans. Â On Â one Â family Â trip Â to Â Mexico, Â the Â family Â explored Â Mayan Â ruins Â in Â Quintana Â Roo Â where Â he Â climbed Â the Â Coba Â Temple Â with Â his Â dad. Â The Â Tower Â of Â London Â fascinated Â him Â on Â another Â family Â journey, Â as Â did Â his Â family Â trip Â to Â Legoland. Â Even Â at Â 20 Â years Â old, Â Sam Â loved Â Legos. Â He Â had Â recently Â worked Â at Â Neshobe Â Farms Â as Â an Â intern, Â and Â was Â very Â excited Â to Â start Â a Â new Â job Â this Â fall Â at Â his Â beloved Â Middlebury Â College Â Snow Â Bowl. He Â is Â survived Â by Â his Â parents, Â Paul Â and Â Kristin Â Francoeur Â of Â Leicester;Íž Â two Â brothers, Â Ryan Â Adam Â Francoeur Â of Â North Â Conway, Â N.H., Â and Â Benjamin Â Ronald Â Francoeur Â of Â Leicester;Íž Â his Â sister, Â Amie Â Beth Â Francoeur Â and Â her Â spouse Â Jen Â Miller Â of Â Burlington;Íž Â maternal Â grandparents, Â Rev. Â Wayne Â
SAMUEL Â FRANCOEUR and Â Ellie Â Holsman Â of Â Ripton;Íž Â and Â paternal Â grandparents, Â Ronald Â and Â Claire Â Francoeur Â of Â Leicester. Â Several Â aunts, Â uncles Â and Â cousins Â also Â survive Â him. Â Sam Â is Â also Â survived Â by Â all Â of Â his Â creatures, Â and Â his Â absolutely Â beloved Â cat, Â â€œSbeckles.â€? A Â gathering Â â€œIn Â Celebration Â of Â His Â Lifeâ€? Â was Â held Â on Â Sunday, Â Oct. Â 13, Â 2013, Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Leicester Â Meeting Â House Â at Â Leicester Â Four Â Corners. Â His Â grandfather, Â Rev. Â Wayne Â +ROVPDQ RIÂżFLDWHG$ SULYDWH JUDYH-Â side Â committal Â service Â and Â burial Â followed Â in Â Brookside Â Cemetery Â in Â Leicester. Memorial Â gifts Â in Â his Â memory Â may Â be Â made Â to Â The Â Walking Â Stick Â Theatre Â at Â O.V.U.H.S. Â c/o Â Nancy Â Robinson, Â Franklin Â Street, Â Brandon, Â VT Â 05733. Arrangements Â are Â under Â the Â direc-Â tion Â of Â the Â Miller Â & Â Ketcham Â Funeral Â +RPHLQ%UDQGRQÂ¸
Paul Langlois, 75, formerly of Middlebury BURLINGTON Â â€” Â Paul Â Y. Â Langlois, Â 75, Â died Â Sept. Â 24, Â 2013, Â at Â Starr Â Farm Â Nursing Â Home Â in Â Burlington. He Â attended Â Catholic Â school Â and Â high Â school. Â He Â worked Â at Â Brush Â Motors Â and Â Weyerhaeuser Â in Â Hancock.
He Â attended Â St. Â Maryâ€™s Â Church Â while Â living Â in Â Middlebury. He Â was Â married Â to Â Eva Â Evans Â for Â 30 Â years. Surviving Â are Â his Â son, Â Paul Â Jr.;Íž Â sisters Â Helen Â Miller Â of Â Rutland Â and Â Claire Â Bishop Â of Â Morristown, Â Tenn.;Íž Â and Â several Â nieces Â and Â nephews.
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Dark Â shadows MAX Â SCHRECK Â (SEEN Â here Â in Â silhouette) Â stars Â in Â â€œNosferatuâ€? Â (1922), Â the Â original Â VLOHQW ÂżOP YHUVLRQ RI %UDP 6WRNHUÂśV Âľ'UDFXODÂś WR EH VKRZQ ZLWK OLYH PXVLF E\ -HII Rapsis Â on Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 19, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Brandon Â Town Â Hall. Â
â€œLasyam: Â An Â Evening Â of Â Classical Â Danceâ€? Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Monday, Â Oct. Â 14, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â World-Ârenowned Â artist Â Sasikala Â Penumarthi Â and Â her Â students Â perform Â an Â array Â of Â dances Â in Â the Â south Â Indian Â classical Â style Â of Â Kuchipudi. Â Free. Â Info: Â 443-Â3168. Â Addison Â County Â Right Â to Â Life Â meeting Â in Â East Â Middlebury. Â Monday, Â Oct. Â 14, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Valley Â Bible Â Church. Â Visitors Â welcome. Â Info: Â 388-Â2898 Â or Â L2Paquette@aol.com. Â Screening Â of Â â€œThe Â Vermont Â Movie,â€? Â Part Â 3, Â in Â Middlebury. Â Monday, Â Oct. Â 14, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Champlain Â Valley Â Unitarian Â Universalist Â Society. Â The Â Vermont Â Movie Â Collective Â presents Â Part Â 3, Â â€œRefuge, Â Reinvention Â and Â Revolution,â€? Â of Â its Â six-Âpart Â documentary Â on Â Vermont. Â Tickets Â $8, Â students Â $5. Â
Women Â Business Â Owners Â Network Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â 8-Â9:30 Â a.m., Â Rosieâ€™s Â restaurant. Â This Â month Â Nancy Â Shuttleworth Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Small Â Business Â Development Â Center Â presents Â â€œGoogle Â Tools Â for Â Small Â Businesses.â€? Â Cost Â $8 Â for Â members, Â $10 Â for Â guests. Â RSVP Â to Â info@nour-Â ishyourpurpose.com Â Info: Â www.wbon.org. Â Special Â senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â 11 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Russ Â Sholes Â Senior Â Center. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â a Â luncheon Â of Â baked Â glazed Â ham, Â baked Â stuffed Â potato, Â green Â leafy Â salad, Â dinner Â roll Â and Â ice Â cream Â topped Â with Â chocolate Â syrup. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 634. Â Free Â transportation Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Flu Â vaccine Â clinic Â in Â Orwell. Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â 2-Â4 Â SP2UZHOO9LOODJH6FKRRO3DUWRIDVHULHVRIĂ€X vaccine Â clinics Â around Â the Â county. Â Cost Â $30, Â but Â arrangements Â will Â be Â made Â for Â those Â who Â canâ€™t Â afford Â the Â fee. Â Medicaid Â and Â Medicare Â recipients Â are Â covered. Â â€œRemaking Â Cinema Â with Â Home Â Moviesâ€? Â lecture Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â 4:30-Â 6:30 Â p.m., Â Axinn Â Room Â 232. Â A Â lecture Â by Â Rick Â 3UHOLQJHUDQDUFKLYLVWZULWHUDQGÂżOPPDNHUDQG founder Â of Â Prelinger Â Archives, Â a Â collection Â of Â 60,000 Â advertising, Â educational, Â industrial Â and Â DPDWHXU ÂżOPV )UHH ,QIR RU ER[RI-Â ÂżFH#PLGGOHEXU\HGX Artistâ€™s Â reception Â in Â Bristol. Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â ARTSight Â Studios Â and Â Galleries, Â 6 Â South Â St. Â A Â reception Â for Â viewing Â the Â new Â works Â of Â local Â artist Â Kit Â Donnelly. Â Also, Â ARTSight Â Studios Â will Â be Â open Â to Â the Â public. Â Info: Â email@example.com. Â Screening Â of Â â€œThe Â Vermont Â Movie,â€? Â Part Â 4, Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Champlain Â Valley Â Unitarian Â Universalist Â Society. Â The Â Vermont Â Movie Â Collective Â presents Â Part Â 4, Â â€œDoers Â and Â Shapers,â€? Â of Â its Â six-Âpart Â documentary Â on Â Vermont. Â Tickets Â $8, Â students Â $5. Â
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Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 16, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â American Â /HJLRQ $LUSRUW 'ULYH 3DUW RI D VHULHV RI Ă€X vaccine Â clinics Â around Â the Â county. Â Cost Â $30, Â but Â arrangements Â will Â be Â made Â for Â those Â who Â canâ€™t Â afford Â the Â fee. Â Medicaid Â and Â Medicare Â recipients Â are Â covered. Â GED Â orientation Â and Â registration Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 16, Â 12:30-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â 282 Â Boardman Â St. Â Vermont Â Adult Â Learning Â invites Â any Â adults Â to Â come Â learn Â more Â about Â earning Â a Â KLJKVFKRROGLSORPDRU*('FHUWLÂżFDWH2SHQWR all Â adults Â 16 Â or Â older. Â Advance Â signup Â is Â required. Â Sign Â up Â at Â 388-Â4392, Â addisoninfo@vtadultlearn-Â ing.org Â or Â in Â person. Â â€œCollecting Â Chinese Â Art Â at Â the Â Metropolitan Â Museumâ€? Â lecture Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 16, Â 4:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Twilight Â Auditorium. Â Presented Â by Â Dr. Â Jason Â Sun, Â curator Â of Â Chinese Â art Â at Â the Â Metropolitan Â Museum Â of Â Art. Â )UHH ,QIR RU ER[RIÂżFH#PLGGOHEXU\ edu. Â Natural Â resources Â inventory Â public Â forum Â in Â Cornwall. Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 16, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Cornwall Â Town Â Hall, Â 2629 Â Route Â 30. Â Consultant Â ecologist Â Brett Â Engstrom Â will Â share Â data Â about Â the Â townâ€™s Â natural Â resources Â from Â his Â survey Â of Â public Â documents. Â Residents Â are Â asked Â to Â add Â their Â knowledge Â about Â Cornwallâ€™s Â unique Â features Â such Â as Â wildlife Â areas, Â interesting Â geology Â or Â unusual Â plants, Â and Â to Â help Â prioritize Â inventory Â work Â for Â the Â coming Â year. Â Info: Â 462-Â2899. Â Blues Â jam Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 16, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Dennis Â Willmott Â from Â Left Â Eye Â Jump Â will Â provide Â lead Â guitar, Â bass Â and Â drums Â if Â you Â need Â backup Â or Â take Â a Â break Â and Â let Â you Â play. Â Bring Â your Â instrument Â and Â get Â ready Â to Â jam. Â Info: Â www.go51main.com. Â
Bristol. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 7-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library. Â The Â One Â World Â Library Â Project Â welcomes Â Charlotte Â resident Â Jim Â Squires, Â who Â will Â share Â stories Â and Â images Â from Â his Â summer Â trip Â to Â the Â Arctic. Â Info: Â 453-Â2366. Â â€œVestaâ€? Â on Â stage Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Champlain Â Valley Â Unitarian Â Universalist Â Society. Â A Â play Â about Â the Â challenges Â of Â aging, Â relationships, Â illness Â and Â dying. Â Presented Â by Â the Â End Â of Â Life Â Community Â Education Â Series. Â Info: Â 388-Â4738 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â â€œCat Â on Â a Â Hot Â Tin Â Roofâ€? Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 7:30-Â10 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Tennessee Â Williamsâ€™ Â Pulitzer Â Prize-Âwinning Â drama, Â directed Â by Â Melissa Â Lourie. Â A Â family Â strug-Â gles Â to Â come Â to Â grips Â with Â its Â secrets, Â desires Â and Â lies Â as Â they Â celebrate Â Big Â Daddyâ€™s Â 65th Â birthday. Â Produced Â by Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop. Â Oct. Â 17-Â20. Â Tickets Â $22/$10 Â students, Â available Â at Â the Â 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU ZZZWRZQKDOOWKH-Â ater.org. Â â€œThe Â Changing Â Music Â Scene Â of Â the Â 1940sâ€? Â talk Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Howden Â Hall. Â Catamount Â Artsâ€™ Â Martin Â Bryan Â takes Â a Â look Â at Â the Â popular Â music Â scene Â of Â the Â 1940s Â â€” Â from Â Big Â Band Â swing Â to Â wartime Â music, Â from Â popular Â Broadway Â musicals Â to Â bebop Â and Â more. Â A Â Vermont Â Humanities Â Council Â event, Â hosted Â by Â the Â Bristol Â Historical Â Society. Â Free. Â Info: Â 453-Â2888. Â Â
Fall Â bake Â and Â rummage Â sale Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â5 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â corner Â of Â Seminary Â and Â North Â Pleasant Â streets. Â Bake Â sale Â upstairs, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m. Â Rummage Â sale Â downstairs Â 9 Â a.m.-Â5 Â p.m. Â Shop Â for Â clothing, Â household Â goods, Â shoes Â and Â boots, Â ERRNV WR\V DQG NQLFNNQDFNV 3URFHHGV EHQHÂżW church Â missions, Â local Â and Â away. Â Info: Â 388-Â2048. Â Rummage Â sale Â continues Â Saturday. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â The Â Glass Â Onion, Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center. Â Woody Â Danforth Â and Â his Â students Â serve Â culinary Â delights. Â Menu Â to Â be Â announced. Â Sponsored Â by Â CVAA. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Â Sculpture Â inauguration Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 2-Â3 Â p.m., Â Near Â the Â pond Â at Â the Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â Celebrating Â the Â re-Âinstallation Â of Â Vito Â Acconciâ€™s Â provocative Â and Â seminal Â sculpture Â â€œWay Â Station Â I Â (Study Â Chamber).â€? Â Remarks Â about Â the Â history Â of Â the Â piece Â and Â the Â artistâ€™s Â career Â will Â be Â followed Â by Â a Â formal Â unlocking Â of Â the Â structure. Â Amateur Â photography Â show Â reception Â in Â Brandon. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 5:30-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â
Compass Â Music Â and Â Arts Â Center, Â Park Â Village. Â Celebrating Â the Â opening Â of Â an Â open Â photography Â show Â for Â amateurs Â and Â enthusiasts. Â Photos Â will Â be Â on Â exhibit Â through Â Oct. Â 28. Â Info: Â cmacvt.org. Â Exhibit Â opening Â reception Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 5:30-Â7 Â p.m., Â Art Â on Â Main. Â Celebrating Â the Â opening Â of Â the Â featured Â artist Â exhibit Â â€œNatural Â Textures,â€? Â handwoven Â baskets Â by Â Salisbury Â artist Â Maura Â Clancy. Â On Â exhibit Â Oct. Â 7-ÂNov. Â 17. Â Info: Â 453-Â4032 Â or Â email@example.com. Â On Â Facebook Â at Â ArtonMainVT. Â Barn Â dance Â in Â Weybridge. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 6:30-Â 8:30 Â p.m., Â Weybridge Â Town Â Garage Â and Â Fire Â Station. Â Live Â music Â by Â Rick Â Klein Â and Â Peter Â Macfarlane Â of Â Atlantic Â Crossing, Â with Â Luke Â Donforth Â calling Â the Â dances. Â All Â ages Â and Â abilities Â welcome. Â Admission Â by Â donation. Â All Â proceeds Â will Â help Â fund Â Weybridge Â Schoolâ€™s Â after-Âschool Â program. Â Info: Â 545-Â2113. Â â€œCat Â on Â a Â Hot Â Tin Â Roofâ€? Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Oct. Â 18, Â 7:30-Â10 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Tennessee Â Williamsâ€™ Â Pulitzer Â Prize-Âwinning Â drama, Â directed Â by Â Melissa Â Lourie. Â A Â family Â struggles Â to Â come Â to Â grips Â with Â its Â secrets, Â desires Â and Â lies Â as Â they Â celebrate Â Big Â Daddyâ€™s Â 65th Â birthday. Â Produced Â by Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop. Â Oct. Â 17-Â20. Â Tickets Â VWXGHQWVDYDLODEOHDWWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFH 382-Â9222 Â or Â www.townhalltheater.org. Â
Green Â Mountain Â Club Â cycle Â and Â potluck Â supper Â in Â Addison Â County. Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 19, Â ride Â around Â Lake Â Dunmore, Â supper Â in Â Middlebury. Â Easy Â mid-Â afternoon Â cycle Â around Â the Â lake, Â followed Â by Â supper Â at Â Ginny Â Heidkeâ€™s Â house Â on Â Route Â 116. Â Helmets Â required Â for Â cycling. Â Bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting Â for Â supper. Â For Â ride Â details, Â contact Â the Â Abbotts Â at Â jabbott4111@myfair-Â point.net. Â For Â potluck Â details, Â contact Â Heidke Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org Â or Â 989-Â7272. Â Fall Â rummage Â sale Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 19, Â 9 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â corner Â of Â Seminary Â and Â North Â Pleasant Â streets. Â Bag Â day: Â $2 Â per Â bag. Â Shop Â for Â cloth-Â ing, Â household Â goods, Â shoes Â and Â boots, Â books, Â WR\VDQGNQLFNNQDFNV3URFHHGVEHQHÂżWFKXUFK missions, Â local Â and Â away. Â Info: Â 388-Â2048. Â . Â Quarry Â open Â house Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 19, Â 10 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m., Â Omya Â Quarry, Â Route Â 7 Â South. Â Take Â a Â bus Â tour Â of Â the Â open-Âpit Â marble Â quarry Â or Â disembark Â and Â explore. Â View Â the Â large Â trucks Â and Â equipment Â on Â display, Â learn Â about Â rocks Â and Â minerals Â from Â experts, Â collect Â a Â souvenir. Â All Â ages. Â Info: Â (802) Â 770-Â7644 Â or Â www. omyainvermont.com. Â Basket Â party Â in Â Orwell. Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 19, Â 11 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Orwell Â Town Â Hall. Â Doors Â open Â at Â 11, Â lunch Â is Â at Â noon, Â drawing Â is Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â
Flu Â vaccine Â clinic Â in Â Vergennes. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 10 Â a.m.-Ânoon, Â St. Â 3HWHUÂśV 3DULVK 3DUW RI D VHULHV RI Ă€X vaccine Â clinics Â around Â the Â county. Â Cost Â $30, Â but Â arrangements Â will Â be Â made Â for Â those Â who Â canâ€™t Â afford Â the Â fee. Â Medicaid Â and Â Medicare Â recipients Â are Â covered. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Vergennes. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â St. Â Peterâ€™s Â Parish Â Hall. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â senior Â meal Â of Â roast Â pork Â with Â gravy, Â smashed Â potatoes, Â carrot Â raisin Â salad, Â roll, Â and Â apple/blueberry Â crisp. Â Suggested Â dona-Â tion Â $4. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 615. Â Free Â transportation Â through Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Game Â night Â for Â teens Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Teens Â in Â grades Â 7-Â12 Â are Â invited Â to Â beat Â boredom Â with Â board Â games: Â Connect Â Four, Â Sorry, Â chess, Â Apples Â to Â Apples Â and Â more. Â Snacks Â served. Â Info; Â 388-Â4097. Â Historical Â society Â annual Â banquet Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â American Â Legion. Â The Â Bristol Â Historical Â Societyâ€™s Â annual Â event Â features Â Martin Â Brian Â playing Â a Â wide Â range Â of Â music Â from Â Big Â Band Â swing Â to Â wartime Â music, Â from Â Broadway Â tunes Â to Â bebop Â and Â more. Â Happy Â half-Âhour Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â Tickets Â $20 Â per Â person. Â Entertainment Â is Â free. Â Info Â and Â tickets: Â 453-Â2888 Â or Â email@example.com. Â â€œLand Â of Â the Â Midnight Â Sunâ€? Â presentation Â in Â
Ice, Â ice, Â baby JIM Â SQUIRES Â SHARES Â his Â striking Â photographs Â â€” Â such Â as Â this Â Arctic Â glacier Â â€” Â from Â his Â trip Â to Â Norwayâ€™s Â Svalbard Â Archipelago Â in Â â€œLand Â of Â the Â Midnight Â Sun: Â Sum-Â mer Â Travels Â to Â the Â Arctic,â€? Â a Â program Â at Â the Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library Â in Â Bristol Â on Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 17, Â at Â 7 Â p.m.
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â€˜Cat on a Hot Tin Roofâ€™ hits THT
Middlebury Â Actors Â In Â this Â classic Â Ameri-Â Workshop Â begins Â its Â 14th Â can Â play, Â Brick Â and Â season Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â on Â Maggie Â are Â at Â the Â center Â Thursday Â with Â Tennes-Â of Â a Â family Â struggling Â see Â Williamsâ€™ Â master-Â to Â come Â to Â grips Â with Â piece Â and Â Pulitzer Â Prize-Â their Â secrets, Â desires Â and Â winning Â drama, Â â€œCat Â on Â lies, Â as Â they Â gather Â to Â a Â Hot Â Tin Â Roof.â€? Â Addi-Â BY GREG PAHL celebrate Â Big Â Daddyâ€™s Â tional Â performances Â will Â 65th Â birthday. Â When Â it Â be Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â at Â 2 Â and Â 7:30 Â is Â revealed Â that Â Big Â Daddy Â is Â dying Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday Â and Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â of Â cancer, Â the Â sins Â of Â the Â past Â and Â Sunday. desperate Â hopes Â for Â future Â control Â of Â
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his Â vast Â fortune Â turn Â family Â members Â against Â one Â another. Local Â actor, Â director Â and Â educator Â Steve Â Small Â stars Â as Â the Â ailing Â patri-Â arch, Â Big Â Daddy. Â Small Â is Â director Â of Â the Â ART Â high Â school Â theater-Âtraining Â program Â at Â the Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center, Â and Â a Â founding Â member Â of Â MAW. Big Â Daddyâ€™s Â favorite Â son Â Brick Â and Â his Â wife Â Maggie Â are Â played Â by Â New Â York-Âbased Â actors Â Charlie Â Murphy Â and Â Katie Â Hartke. Â Hartke Â met Â MAW Â Artistic Â Director Â Melissa Â Lourie Â when Â the Â two Â worked Â togeth-Â er Â at Â the Â Hudson Â Valley Â Shakespeare Â Festival. â€œWorking Â on Â a Â play Â of Â this Â cali-Â ber, Â with Â such Â an Â incredibly Â talented Â cast, Â is Â a Â thrill,â€? Â says Â Lourie. Â â€œI Â feel Â so Â lucky Â to Â have Â gotten Â Katie Â and Â Charlie Â up Â to Â Middlebury, Â and Â to Â in-Â troduce Â them Â to Â our Â community.â€? Tickets, Â $22 Â general/$20 Â mati-Â nee/$10 Â students Â at Â the Â door, Â are Â available Â through Â the Â THT Â box Â of-Â ÂżFH DW WRZQKDOOWKHDWHU org, Â or Â in Â person Â daily Â except Â Sun-Â day, Â noon Â to Â 5 Â p.m. â€˜WAY Â STATIONâ€™ Â RETURNS On Â Friday Â at Â 2 Â p.m., Â the Â Middle-Â
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â€˜CAT Â ON Â A Â HOT Â TIN Â ROOFâ€™ bury Â College Â Museum Â of Â Art Â will Â inaugurate Â its Â newest Â addition Â to Â the Â campusâ€™s Â collection Â of Â public Â art Â â€” Â a Â reinstallation Â of Â Vito Â Acconciâ€™s Â provocative Â and Â seminal Â sculpture Â â€œWay Â Station Â I Â (Study Â Chamber).â€? Â The Â sculpture Â is Â located Â adjacent Â to Â the Â pond Â at Â the Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts Â on Â Porter Â Field Â Road. Â
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Beat (Continued Â from Â Page Â 11) Friends Â will Â take Â to Â the Â stage, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â Takeda Â (whistling, Â alto Â sax), Â Taylor Â Bickford Â (guitar), Â Brian Â Parker Â (bass) Â and Â Adam Â Schreiber Â (drums) Â are Â back Â again Â to Â play Â some Â classic Â jazz Â tunes Â with Â a Â hint Â of Â study-Â abroad Â experience. Finally, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â the Â Big Â Mean Â Sound Â Machine Â will Â per-Â form. Â Fusing Â elements Â of Â Afrobeat, Â â€™60s Â garage Â rock, Â â€™70s Â funk, Â and Â Jamaican Â dub Â rhythms, Â Big Â Mean Â Sound Â Machine Â cranks Â out Â the Â dirti-Â est, Â fattest, Â grooviest Â beats Â to Â keep Â you Â moving Â all Â night Â long. All Â ages, Â no Â cover. Â For Â additional Â
information Â visit Â www.go51main. com Â or Â phone Â 388-Â8209. 16 Â STRINGS Â IN Â BRANDON On Â Saturday, Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m., Â Brandon Â Music Â is Â presenting Â a Â concert Â by Â 16 Â Strings, Â made Â up Â of Â the Â talented Â mu-Â sicians Â Colin Â McCaffrey Â on Â guitar Â and Â vocals, Â Jim Â Pitman Â on Â Dobro Â and Â 'RXJ5HLGRQÂżGGOH These Â three Â beloved Â Vermont Â side-Â men Â deliver Â acoustic Â swing, Â folk, Â blues, Â bluegrass Â and Â old-Âtime Â coun-Â try Â music. Â Reid Â is Â a Â highly Â versatile Â ÂżGGOHU ZLWK DQ XQPDWFKHG WRQH DQG a Â master Â of Â the Â double-Âstop. Â Pitman Â plays Â the Â dobro Â he Â purchased Â in Â the Â 1970s Â and Â McCaffrey Â plays Â guitar Â
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and Â sings Â the Â classics Â from Â Hoagy Â Carmichael, Â Jimmie Â Rodgers, Â Merle Â Haggard, Â Stanley Â Brothers Â and Â Bob Â Wills, Â as Â well Â as Â some Â new Â originals Â in Â the Â old Â style. &RQÂżGHQW G\QDPLF DQG UHOD[HG this Â trio Â has Â a Â lot Â of Â fun Â together Â and Â promises Â an Â evening Â of Â great Â enter-Â tainment. Tickets Â are Â $15;Íž Â $30 Â includes Â din-Â ner Â and Â the Â show. Â Reservations Â are Â recommended Â and Â can Â be Â made Â by Â contacting Â 465-Â4071 Â or Â info@ brandon-Âmusic.net. Â Venue Â is Â BYOB. Â Brandon Â Music Â is Â located Â at Â 62 Â Coun-Â try Â Club Â Road Â in Â Brandon. Â For Â more Â information, Â visit Â brandon-Âmusic.net. THE Â ART Â OF Â TOM Â MERWIN As Â described Â by Â Claude Â LeSuer Â of Â Artspeak, Â Tom Â Merwinâ€™s Â paint-Â ings Â are Â â€œlyrical Â expressionist Â land-Â scapes.â€? Â A Â series Â of Â these Â works Â of Â art Â are Â currently Â on Â exhibit Â at Â Brandon Â Music Â as Â an Â ongoing Â exhibit Â through Â the Â winter Â months. Â Merwinâ€™s Â training Â in Â abstract Â ex-Â pressionist Â painting Â is Â evidently Â con-Â trasted Â in Â his Â current Â body Â of Â work Â ZLWK WKH LQĂ€XHQFH RI KLV ORYH RI WKH Hudson Â River Â School Â and Â of Â Chinese Â and Â Japanese Â painting. Brandon Â Music Â is Â open Â from Â 10 Â a.m. Â to Â 6 Â p.m. Â daily Â (except Â Tues-Â days) Â through Â October. Â The Â CafĂŠ Â serves Â lunch Â and Â afternoon Â tea Â from Â noon Â to Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Starting Â in Â Novem-Â ber Â and Â continuing Â through Â the Â winter Â months, Â the Â exhibit Â can Â be Â viewed Â during Â dinners, Â performances Â and Â special Â events, Â or Â by Â appointment. Â Call Â 465-Â4071 Â for Â more Â information. Â Brandon Â Music Â is Â located Â at Â 62 Â Coun-Â try Â Club Â Road, Â Brandon. Â For Â more Â in-Â
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BRISTOL Â â€” Â Friends Â of Â the Â theater Â program Â at Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â held Â their Â ninth Â annual Â Duck Â Race Â on Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 5, Â as Â a Â fundraiser Â for Â the Â Bristol Â schoolâ€™s Â fall Â musical. Â A Â maximum Â of Â 500 Â ducks Â are Â sold Â every Â year Â by Â committed Â parents Â and Â friends Â of Â the Â musical Â tradition, Â yield-Â LQJ PXFKQHHGHG ÂżQDQFLDO VXSSRUW for Â the Â November Â theater Â event Â that Â includes Â over Â a Â hundred Â middle Â and Â high Â school Â students Â annually. Tickets Â for Â this Â yearâ€™s Â offering, Â the Â Broadway Â version Â of Â the Â Dickens Â classic, Â â€œA Â Christmas Â Carol,â€? Â will Â be Â on Â sale Â soon. The Â staging Â of Â this Â monthâ€™s Â race Â got Â a Â lot Â of Â help Â from Â Ken Â Labas, Â Steve Â Cobb Â and Â Paul Â Stetson, Â who Â are Â the Â core Â of Â the Â theater Â crewâ€™s Â design Â and Â construction Â team. Â As Â Anne Â Gleason Â says, Â â€œThey Â arenâ€™t Â afraid Â to Â get Â their Â hands Â dirty Â (or Â wet) Â to Â further Â the Â fall Â musical Â cause.â€? On Â the Â designated Â Saturday, Â that Â trio Â waded Â into Â the Â waters Â of Â the Â New Â
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BRISTOL Â â€” Â Ghosts, Â goblins Â and Â ghouls Â will Â be Â on Â the Â run Â at Â the Â second Â annual Â Halloween Â Hustle Â 5K Â on Â Saturday, Â Oct. Â 26, Â at Â 9 Â a.m. Â in Â Bristol. Runners Â and Â walkers Â are Â encour-Â aged Â to Â participate Â in Â costume Â and Â are Â reminded Â to Â be Â sure Â the Â chosen Â disguise Â is Â safe Â for Â such Â activity. Â There Â will Â be Â a Â prize Â for Â the Â best Â costume Â as Â well Â as Â prizes Â for Â the Â top Â PDOH DQG IHPDOH ÂżQLVKHUV LQ ERWK the Â Adult Â and Â Junior Â (12 Â years Â old Â
and Â under) Â divisions Â of Â runners. Â Walkers Â are Â welcome Â to Â register Â and Â strut Â their Â costumes Â for Â all Â to Â enjoy. The Â racecourse Â will Â begin Â at Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School, Â wind Â through Â the Â streets Â RI %ULVWRO DQG ÂżQLVK RQ WKH JUHHQ downtown. Â Entry Â fee Â is Â $20 Â in Â advance Â and Â $25 Â if Â registering Â on Â the Â day Â of Â the Â race. Â Children Â in Â strollers Â are Â free. Â Registration Â the Â day Â of Â the Â race Â will Â be Â from Â 8 Â to Â
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Addison Â Otters Â Swim Â Team Â invites Â kids Â to Â check Â them Â out NEW Â HAVEN/BRISTOL Â â€” Â Coaches Â of Â the Â Addison Â Otters Â Swim Â Team Â are Â inviting Â area Â young-Â sters Â to Â come Â learn Â more Â about Â the Â organizationâ€™s Â program Â this Â week. The Â Otters Â will Â host Â an Â infor-Â mation Â and Â registration Â night Â on Â Wednesday, Â Oct. Â 16, Â beginning Â DW SP DW WKH 1HZ +DYHQ ÂżUH-Â house. Â All Â youth Â in Â grades Â K-Â12 Â are Â welcome. The Â Addison Â Otters Â is Â a Â competi-Â tive Â swim Â team Â that Â focuses Â on Â providing Â instruction Â and Â training Â in Â ways Â that Â encourage Â and Â support Â
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Snake Â Mountain Â Cruisers Â donated Â all Â of Â the Â eventâ€™s Â proceeds Â to Â their Â charity Â of Â choice Â â€” Â Camp Â Ta-ÂKum-ÂTa. Â Since Â 1984 Â Camp Â Ta-ÂKum-ÂTa Â has Â provided Â a Â safe, Â loving Â place Â where Â children Â from Â Vermont Â and Â New Â York Â who Â have, Â or Â have Â had Â cancer, Â can Â play, Â swim, Â share Â and Â heal. Â For Â several Â years Â the Â Snake Â Mountain Â Cruisers Â have Â been Â donating Â event Â
proceeds Â to Â the Â camp. Â The Â club Â has Â also Â donated Â money Â for Â the Â last Â few Â years Â to Â help Â the Â camp Â buy Â balloons. â€œAs Â in Â the Â past, Â the Â Snake Â Mountain Â Cruisers Â have Â been Â a Â great Â support Â for Â Camp Â Ta-ÂKum-ÂTa. Â Each Â year Â they Â have Â been Â able Â to Â increase Â their Â donation Â to Â be Â sure Â our Â special Â children Â continue Â to Â have Â a Â place Â to Â come Â together Â
and Â just Â be Â kids Â again,â€? Â said Â Ted Â Kessler, Â camp Â director. Â â€œThe Â Snake Â Mountain Â Cruisers Â have Â offered Â to Â bring Â a Â group Â to Â Ta-ÂKum-ÂTa Â and Â spend Â a Â day Â volunteering Â on Â the Â grounds Â and Â completing Â necessary Â projects Â to Â help Â us Â maintain Â our Â facility. Â We Â very Â much Â appreciate Â the Â support Â they Â have Â offered Â over Â the Â years, Â we Â are Â fortunate Â to Â have Â their Â support.â€?
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Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Dept. Â offers Â safety Â tips Â to Â bow Â hunters VERMONT Â â€” Â The Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department Â is Â remind-Â ing Â hunters Â that Â handguns Â may Â not Â be Â used Â to Â take Â game Â while Â archery Â deer Â hunting. Â Following Â the Â Sports-Â man Â Act Â of Â 2013, Â archery Â deer Â hunt-Â ers Â in Â Vermont Â are Â permitted Â to Â carry Â a Â pistol Â or Â revolver. â€œThis Â provision Â was Â passed Â to Â create Â more Â consistency Â with Â rights Â currently Â afforded Â to Â hikers, Â wild-Â life Â watchers Â and Â others,â€? Â said Â Col. Â David Â LeCours, Â head Â of Â law Â en-Â
forcement Â for Â the Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department. Â â€œHowever, Â it Â was Â not Â intended Â to Â supplement Â a Â bow Â and Â arrow Â for Â legally Â taking Â other Â game Â during Â the Â archery Â sea-Â son. Â Handguns Â may Â not Â be Â used Â for Â taking Â deer, Â bear Â or Â any Â other Â game Â animal Â while Â archery Â deer Â hunting, Â including Â downed Â deer.â€? Bowhunters Â are Â also Â reminded Â to Â practice Â treestand Â safety. Â â€œWe Â see Â several Â hunters Â every Â year Â who Â seri-Â ously Â injure Â themselves Â while Â using Â
treestands,â€? Â said Â LeCours. Â â€œThese Â injuries Â can Â usually Â be Â avoided Â by Â following Â a Â few Â simple Â precautions.â€? Hunters Â should Â use Â a Â safety Â har-Â ness Â in Â a Â treestand, Â even Â while Â climbing. Â They Â should Â also Â not Â go Â too Â high. Â Staying Â lower Â in Â a Â tree Â not Â only Â improves Â safety, Â but Â also Â increases Â the Â size Â of Â the Â vital Â zone Â exposed Â on Â a Â deer. Â And Â hunters Â should Â choose Â large, Â stable Â trees Â and Â XVHVWDQGVFHUWLÂżHGE\WKH7UHHVWDQG Manufacturers Â Association.
As Â of Â Friday, Â October Â 4, Â 2013, Â the Â Addison Â County Â Solid Â Waste Â Man-Â agement Â District Â (District) Â has Â temporarily Â closed Â the Â â€œReuse Â It Â or Â Lose Â It!â€? Â reuse Â sheds Â for Â household Â goods Â and Â construction Â materials Â at Â the Â District Â Transfer Â Station Â on Â Rt. Â 7 Â in Â Middlebury, Â VT. Â The Â reuse Â sheds Â will Â remain Â closed Â until Â further Â notice. Â The Â District Â appreciates Â your Â patience Â during Â ongoing Â construction Â at Â the Â Transfer Â Station. Â Customers Â are Â encouraged Â to Â contact Â local Â charities Â to Â donate Â their Â reuse Â items. Â For Â a Â full Â list Â of Â reuse Â stores Â in Â the Â District, Â please Â call WKH'LVWULFWRIÂżFHDWRUYLVLWRXUZHEVLWH Â www.AddisonCountyRecyles.org. The Â Transfer Â Station Â will Â continue Â to Â accept Â all Â other Â items Â during Â its Â regular Â hours, Â with Â only Â temporary, Â short-Âterm Â delays Â and Â occasional Â FKDQJHVLQRQVLWHWUDIÂżFSDWWHUQV,QRUGHUWRHQVXUHFXVWRPHUVDIHW\ we Â ask Â that Â you Â remain Â alert Â while Â onsite Â and Â follow Â the Â directions Â of Â Transfer Â Station Â staff.
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Sailor’s delight ON OCT. 3 Cass Tillman of Cornwall captured this image of a beautiful evening sky over Addison County at the intersection of Routes 53 and 7 in Salisbury.
Making healthy, sustainable food choices Editor’s note: This piece was con- tributed by Linda Berlin, University of Vermont Extension nutrition special- ist. The recommendations provided in the U.S. Dietary Guidelines are driven primarily by criteria to achieve opti- mal human health. While nutritionists, dietitians and other public health pro- fessionals commonly use these guide- lines to structure their advice, you probably make decisions about what to purchase and eat based on many other important criteria such as taste, price and habit. The government of the United Kingdom recently produced a report on sustainable food consumption, which you can read at www.gov.uk/ government/publications/sustainable- consumption-report-follow-up-to-the- green-food-project. The focus is on principles of a healthy and sustainable diet.
While the U.K.’s health components vary little from the U.S. recommenda- tions, it is refreshing to see the two sets of issues integrated and without contradictions. The U.K. recommen- dations are being circulated for peer UHYLHZVRKDYHQRW\HWEHHQ¿QDOL]HG However, it is worth taking a look. The eight principles of a healthy and sustainable diet in the U.K. report are: 1. Eat a varied balanced diet to maintain a healthy body weight. 2. Eat more plant-based foods in- FOXGLQJ DW OHDVW ¿YH SRUWLRQV RI IUXLW and vegetables per day. 3. Value your food. Ask about where it comes from and how it is produced. Don’t waste it. 4. Moderate your meat consump- tion, and enjoy more peas, beans, nuts and others sources of protein. &KRRVH ¿VK VRXUFHG IURP VXV- tainable stocks. Seasonality and cap- ture methods are important here, too.
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6. Include milk and dairy products in your diet or seek out plant-based alternatives including those that are IRUWL¿HGZLWKDGGLWLRQDOYLWDPLQVDQG minerals. 7. Drink tap water. 8. Eat fewer foods high in fat, sugar and salt. The principles that stand out as be- ing the most different from the U.S. Dietary Guidelines, which were devel- oped by the U.S. Department of Agri- culture and the Department of Health and Human Services, are numbers 3, 5 and 7. The latter two obviously are focused on sustainability and are un- OLNHO\WRVLJQL¿FDQWO\DOWHUQXWULHQWLQ- take. The rationale for recommending tap water is that it is the cheapest and most environmentally friendly way to get hydrated since it reduces bottled water. It also implies a reduction in sugary drinks. Number 3 is one of my favor- ite principles, despite its vagueness. Why? Because it suggests that all eat- ers should be critical thinkers and ap- ply their personal values to their food choices. Certainly this isn’t simple since it not only requires you to identify your own values but also determine how they apply to foods available in the marketplace or that you produce at home. Examples of how your values might translate into food choices in- clude ways livestock are treated, inter- est in supporting the local or regional economy or reducing the use of syn- thetic pesticides. Food labels may not provide all of the information you need. Nonethe- less, I think it is worth giving it a try. Write down the values you hold that apply to food. Then consider how well matched they are to your purchasing and consumption practices. There may be some very good reasons that it is hard to act on your values, but it’s a good way to build your self-awareness and create goals for the future.
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Best of Luck in the future to all Addison County Students! ADDISON COUNTY
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Students of the Week from area High Schools Otter Valley Union High School Mount Abe Union High School Otter Valley Union High School proudly names Olivia Bloomer as its Student of the Week. Olivia is the daughter of Sue Bloomer and Asa Bloomer. She lives in Sudbury with her mother and her younger sister, Sophia, who is a freshman at Otter Valley. 2OLYLDVWDUWHGKHUKLJKVFKRROFDUHHUE\WDNLQJ)UHVKPDQ$FDGHP\7KLVZDVD half-day class that taught history, English, and science based on the theme of sustainability. At the end of the year, she achieved an award for academic excellence in WKH)UHVKPDQ$FDGHP\SURJUDP6LQFHWKHQVKHKDVWDNHQDVPDQ\KRQRUFODVVHV DVVKHFRXOGDQGKDVUHFHLYHGDFDGHPLFH[FHOOHQFHLQ)UHVKPDQ$FDGHP\6SDQLVK 2, Advanced American History and Behavioral Science, and has received the Saint Michaelâ€™s College Book Award, and the HOBY Leadership Award. Olivia has participated in Student Council since grade 9, acting as secretary during junior year and co-president this year. She played JV soccer as a freshman EXWWKHQVZLWFKHGWRĂ€HOGKRFNH\LQJUDGHSOD\LQJYDUVLW\WKHSDVWWZR\HDUV She was a tri-captain this year. She has been on the varsity basketball team throughout high school and has played softball since freshman year, making varsity as a junior. During school vacations, Olivia works at the Triple Threat Sports Camps. She coaches K-8 kids in developing their communication skills, athletic abilities, and Olivia Â Bloomer social interactions. She also volunteers through the Interact program at Otter O.V.U.H.S Valley. Although it is no longer called the Interact Club, it is still active in the community. The club was able to raise money through a pancake dinner and a bingo night to help provide families with food and gifts for the KROLGD\VHDVRQ0HPEHUVDOVRKDGDEHQHĂ€WGLQQHUDWWKHVFKRROWRUDLVHPRQH\WRKHOSRQHRIWKHLUIHOORZVWXGHQWVZKRKDVFDQFHU Outside of school, Olivia enjoys having family time, going hiking, every aspect of life; and playing basketball. When asked what she has learned in high school, Olivia said, â€œI have learned a lot of valuable lessons, but the most important one is to KDYHFRQĂ€GHQFHLQHYHU\WKLQJ,GR&RQĂ€GHQFHLVQHHGHGZKHWKHULWLVPDNLQJDWRXJKGHFLVLRQDQVZHULQJDTXHVWLRQRQDWHVWRUDSSO\LQJ for a job.â€? After high school, Olivia plans on going to college and pursuing her goal of becoming a forensic psychologist. AP Literature teacher Mr. Dwyer says Olivia â€œis always willing to volunteer to take her learning to a personalized level. Last year, for example, in our study of different immigrant groups coming to Vermont, she shared stories about her Polish heritage and even sang a song in Polish. Her enthusiasm inspires her classmates and makes her a pleasure to teach.â€? AP Chemistry teacher Mr. Gerrior says, â€œOlivia is energetic and caring. She is one who puts all others before herself whether she knows them or not. Her strengths lie in her relentless pursuit of academic excellence.â€? Olivia has a bright future ahead of her and the Otter Valley community wishes her the best.
Mount Abraham Union High School is proud to name Addy Campbell as its Student of the Week. Addy lives in Starksboro, with her parents, Anne and Ben Campbell. Addy has two younger sisters, Olivia (grade 3) and Emma (grade 6), who attend Robinson Elementary School. Her older brother, Ian, is a sophomore at George Mason University. Addy is the co-secretary of the National Honor Society. She is taking or has taken six AP classes: Studio Art, Environmental Science, and Calculus AB her junior year, and United States History, English, and an online Calculus BC course as a senior. She is a UVM Green and Gold Scholar, and the recipient of the Rensselaer Medal Award. Addy has been on highest honors every semester of high school. Since freshman year, Addy has been Mt. Abeâ€™s representative to the Vermont 3RHWU\2XW/RXGĂ€QDOV,QJUDGHVDQGVKHDGYDQFHGWRWKHVHPLĂ€QDOURXQG Addy has been an active member of the Environmental Action Group since the spring of ninth grade, and currently co-leads the club. She attended the New England Young Writersâ€™ Conference at Bread Loaf as a sophomore and a junior, returning as a host student the second year. She is this yearâ€™s cover artist for the Mount Abraham yearbook. Addy has played soccer all four years, making varsity her sophomore year; this Addy Â Campbell VHDVRQVKHVHUYHVDVDWULFDSWDLQ6KHDOVRSOD\HGEDVNHWEDOOLQJUDGHV M.A.U.H.S. Addy has participated in three trail maintenance workdays on the Long Trail, one as a member of the National Honor Society, and two with the Environmental Action Group in honor of an outdoor enthusiast and former Mount Abe VWXGHQWZKRGLHGLQWKHZLQWHURI$VDSDUWRI1+6$GG\KDVDOVRYROXQWHHUHGDWWKH%ULVWRO)RRG6KHOI$ORQJZLWKRWKHUPHPEHUVRIKHUVRFFHU team, she has served dinner to veterans and their families at the American Legion in Bristol on four separate occasions. During the summer, Addy works at The Last Resort, an organic produce farm in Monkton. Outside of school, Addy enjoys seeing friends, playing Addison United spring soccer, and spending time outdoors. She writes poetry when motivated and sporadically participates in slam; painting and drawing are other hobbies of hers. Addy is also very passionate about Eagle sports and attends as many games as she can. When asked for words of advice for other students, she says, â€œGet to know everyone. Especially in a small-town setting, high school is way more enjoyable if you open yourself up to all conversations, even with those kids who are your polar opposites. Interact with them; be open. Give it a chance.â€? Teacher Caroline Camara says, â€œA creative leader, committed to an environmentally conscious community at Mt. Abe, Addy has helped oversee and monitor the installation of our school kitchen and cafeteria compost collection system. She is well respected by her peers and this is evidenced by the increased participation in the Environmental Action Group over the past two years.â€? Congratulations, Addy, on being named Student of the Week!
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Folklife Center to offer video workshop MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Vermont Â character Â of Â the Â place, Â the Â values Â of Â Folklife Â Center Â will Â hold Â a Â work-Â the Â local Â residents, Â and Â the Â aesthetics Â shop, Â titled Â â€œCrafting Â Community Â RIWKHÂżOPPDNHUV Video Â Projects,â€? Â on Â Friday Â and Â Sat-Â 'D\ 2QH 7KH ÂżUVW PRUQLQJ WKH urday, Â Oct. Â 25 Â and Â 26. Â group Â will Â decide Â on Â The Â workshop Â will Â With historic a Â topic Â and Â then Â cre-Â give Â participants Â the Â Middlebury as the ate Â a Â project Â struc-Â opportunity Â to Â create Â location, workture Â â€” Â leading Â to Â a Â a Â short Â multi-Âmedia Â storyboard Â â€” Â to Â plan Â documentary Â project Â shop participants how Â various Â media Â will use photogIURPVWDUWWRÂżQLVK (still Â images, Â audio, Â Running Â from Â 10 Â raphy, video and and Â moving Â images) Â a.m. Â to Â 4 Â p.m. Â each Â audio recording will Â blend Â to Â form Â day Â at Â VFC Â headquar-Â to create a unique the Â piece. Â In Â the Â after-Â ters Â in Â Middlebury, Â and artistic media noon Â participants Â will Â the Â workshop Â will Â go Â outside Â and Â work Â begin Â with Â concep-Â SLHFHWKDWUHĂ HFWV in Â teams Â recording Â tualizing Â a Â piece Â and Â the character of around Â town, Â some Â end Â with Â publishing Â the place, the val- shooting Â stills, Â others Â it Â digitally. Â The Â work-Â ues of the local pursuing Â interviews, Â shop Â will Â also Â survey Â residents, and the others Â recording Â am-Â ethics, Â aesthetics, Â and Â bient Â audio Â or Â shoot-Â technique Â before Â de-Â aesthetics of the ing Â video. veloping Â and Â produc-Â Ă€OPPDNHUV Day Â Two: Â This Â ing Â a Â project. Â day Â will Â be Â dedicated Â With Â historic Â Middlebury Â as Â the Â to Â editing Â the Â project Â using Â Final Â location, Â workshop Â participants Â will Â Cut Â Pro. Â Familiarity Â with Â the Â soft-Â use Â photography, Â video Â and Â audio Â ware Â and Â Macintosh Â computers Â is Â recording Â to Â create Â a Â unique Â and Â ar-Â recommended, Â but Â not Â required. Â WLVWLF PHGLD SLHFH WKDW UHĂ€HFWV WKH Participants Â will Â work Â in Â groups Â
of Â two Â to Â edit Â individual Â aspects Â of Â the Â project Â as Â decided Â on Â the Â origi-Â nal Â storyboard. Â By Â the Â afternoon Â the Â groups Â will Â reconvene Â to Â put Â the Â components Â together Â and Â upload Â the Â ÂżQLVKHG SLHFH RQWR 9LPHR IRU WKH world Â to Â see. Class Â size Â is Â limited. Â For Â regis-Â tration Â and Â tuition Â information Â call Â (802) Â 388-Â4964 Â or Â visit Â www.ver-Â montfolklifecenter.org. Â The Â deadline Â for Â registration Â is Â Oct. Â 22. Â Instructor Â Scott Â Miller Â is Â a Â docu-Â PHQWDU\SKRWRJUDSKHUDQGÂżOPPDN-Â er Â originally Â from Â Vermont Â and Â Ke-Â nya. Â He Â has Â extensive Â international Â ÂżHOG H[SHULHQFH KDYLQJ FRPSOHWHG photographic Â and Â ethnographic Â projects Â in Â Kerala, Â India;Íž Â southern Â Spain, Â Bosnia-ÂHerzegovina, Â and Â Queens, Â N.Y. Miller Â holds Â an Â MA Â from Â The Â New Â School Â (NYC) Â in Â international Â affairs Â and Â ethnographic Â studies Â and Â a Â BA Â in Â philosophy Â from Â Boston Â University. Â He Â is Â the Â Vermont Â Folklife Â Centerâ€™s Â digital Â media Â instructor, Â mentoring Â documentary Â media Â projects Â with Â students Â in Â grades Â 4 Â through Â 12 Â in Â schools Â around Â the Â state.
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Planned wedding still had some surprises Holley and Neil share their story Holley Burfoot-Rochford and Neil Benjamin were married in Holley’s hometown, East Middlebury, at the Waybury Inn this past Aug. 10. After graduating from Northeastern University, Holley lived in California, Oregon and Indiana, where she received her master’s degree in social work. She made her way back to the East Coast, taking a job at Williams College as the assistant director of the children’s center. Neil grew up in Niskayuna, N.Y., earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism at SUNY Plattsburgh, and worked in Montreal as a writer for a popular magazine. A guitarist and avid fan of Phish and the Grateful Dead, he also loves writing and sports. By the time May of 2012 rolled around, Neil was working as the sports editor for the North Adams Transcript. On May 17, 2010, Holley and Neil met and HOLLEY BURFOOT-ROCHFORD and Neil Benjamin seal the deal with a kiss at the end the rest, as they say, is history. The Benjamins of the ceremony on their wedding day, Aug. 10, 2013. Photo by Renee Aube, Portrait Gallery now live in Syracuse, N.Y., and they recently shared their special wedding story with the I believe, was initially conceived because we get an idea of the kind of rings I liked. Independent. both had intense passion for our work. Neil: We had been together for a little more than two years and were living together. Holley How, when, and where did you two meet? Describe the proposal. When was it, where and I were in Albany and we went to the local Neil: We met online, and it just so happened were you? Who proposed to who? How was mall for some shopping. Of course we had that we lived two doors apart on the same planning the proposal? Was it planned or a to go into the jewelry store and Holley saw a street. I asked Holley out to lunch at a local surprise? ring that caught her beautiful eyes. I tried to be diner. Holley took her hour lunch break, we Holley: On Nov. 3, Neil and I left our friends suave by telling her, after we left the store, that I met and began talking about how Holley was Brian and Katrina’s house in Colonie, N.Y, had to run back to the electronics store and that the assistant director of the Williams College outside Albany and went to the mall. Neil said we would meet back up shortly. I went back to Child Center. I explained that I was the sports he wanted to go to Old Navy but instead walked the jewelry store to buy the ring. This took a editor of the city’s newspaper. Our connection, me into Kay Jewelers. Neil said he wanted to lot longer than I anticipated, and she came in
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during the process. She knew. On our way back to Syracuse, with Holley knowing full well that I had the ring, she was giddy, pondering when I’d pop the question. Holley: We stopped at a rest area. Neil: Because I’m not one who can deal with keeping a secret or surprise, I pulled over at a rest area on Interstate 90 under the guise of being hungry. As we go out of the car I walked over to her side, took her hand, got on one knee, looked her in the eyes and asked her to marry me. For some strange reason, she said YES! What was the wedding planning process like? How much time did you spend planning it? Any useful resources you want to mention? Holley: Nine months, which was not a lot of time to plan, but I wouldn’t have wanted more time, as it was an extremely stressful process. Being out of state provided an additional challenge but frequent trips and having my parents and friends there to help made it all fall into place. The Knot Wedding planner app was great. Did you hire a professional planner, turn to a family member or friend for support? Holley: No planner. We got lots of family and friend support, but I ended up voluntarily taking on much of the work. Having my maid of honor in D.C. and other bridesmaids in New York and Vermont made it challenging, too. Do you like things planned to the tiny detail, or did you just focus on the broad things that you cared about? (See Planning, Page 24)
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Planning (Continued Â from Â Page Â 23) Holley: Â Planning Â was Â easy Â and Â fun, Â but Â I Â would Â not Â do Â it Â again. Â My Â planning Â got Â pretty Â detailed. You Â canâ€™t Â plan Â every Â detail. Â Focusing Â on Â the Â key Â pieces Â â€” Â small Â and Â large Â â€” Â and Â having Â lists Â and Â spaces Â to Â spread Â out Â your Â things Â helps. Neil: Â Since Â the Â wedding Â itself Â meant Â more Â to Â Holley Â (the Â symbolism Â of Â us Â getting Â married Â is Â what Â mattered Â to Â me, Â not Â the Â ceremony Â and Â such) Â my Â focus Â was Â all Â on Â the Â music Â selection. Â To Â say Â I Â am Â an Â obsessive Â Phish Â and Â Grateful Â Dead Â fan, Â I Â handpicked Â the Â cocktail Â hour Â and Â GLQQHUPXVLFDVZHOODVWKHÂżQDOVRQJRIWKH night. Â If Â you Â listen Â to Â Phish, Â you Â understand Â ZK\ , FKRVH Âł7ZHH]HU 5HSULVHÂ´ DV WKH ÂżQDO song Â of Â the Â night. I Â spent Â hours Â upon Â hours Â coming Â up Â with Â a Â â€œsetlistâ€? Â of Â sorts, Â in Â the Â Phish/Dead Â vein, Â taking Â songs Â that Â I Â love, Â songs Â that Â have Â meaning Â to Â our Â relationship Â and Â songs Â my Â friends Â love Â DQGSLHFLQJLWWRJHWKHUDQGDOORZLQJLWWRĂ€RZ like Â a Â Phish Â or Â Grateful Â Dead Â concert Â would. Â This Â was Â the Â biggest Â part Â I Â played Â in Â planning Â the Â day. Â Holley Â did Â the Â rest, Â and Â it Â couldnâ€™t Â have Â been Â any Â better. Â My Â dream Â woman Â got Â her Â dream Â day Â because Â of Â the Â tireless Â effort Â she Â put Â forth. How Â did Â the Â day-Âof Â meet Â or Â exceed Â your Â expectations? Â Holley: Â A Â week Â at Â a Â lake Â house Â in Â Vermont Â to Â plan Â with Â my Â maid Â of Â honor Â and Â friends, Â EULGHVPDLGVGHÂżQLWHO\KHOSHG7KHUHZHUHORWV of Â projects, Â some Â I Â bailed Â on Â but Â most Â were Â accomplished. All Â of Â the Â planning Â paid Â off! Â The Â day Â was Â
HOLLEY Â AND Â NEIL Â got Â to Â relax Â and Â enjoy Â their Â wedding Â day Â with Â family Â and Â friends Â after Â spending Â nine Â â€œstressfulâ€? Â months Â planning. Â Holley Â said Â a Â week Â of Â prep Â at Â a Â lake Â house Â with Â her Â bridesmaids Â was Â very Â helpful. Â Photo Â by Â Renee Â Aube, Â Portrait Â Gallery
perfect Â and Â everything Â worked Â out Â better Â than Â I Â had Â expected. Â Exceeded Â my Â expectations Â completely! Neil: Â I Â tried Â not Â to Â have Â expectations, Â but Â WKDW ZDV TXLWH GLIÂżFXOW 7KH :D\EXU\ ,QQ LV a Â charming, Â picturesque Â place Â to Â get Â hitched. Â :LWKP\IDPLO\DQGFORVHVWIULHQGVZDWFKLQJ closely, Â the Â day Â exceeded Â anything Â I Â could Â dream Â of. Â Holley Â did Â an Â amazing Â job, Â which Â didnâ€™t Â surprise Â me Â in Â the Â least. Â Itâ€™s Â who Â she Â is! I Â felt Â mildly Â organized, Â however, Â having Â my Â wedding Â party Â with Â me Â all Â day Â made Â for Â some Â interesting Â pre-Âwedding Â shenanigans. Â My Â best Â man Â and Â three Â groomsmen Â had Â a Â lot Â of Â fun. Â Then, Â out Â of Â nowhere, Â I Â realized Â I Â had Â to Â be Â showered, Â shaved, Â dressed Â and Â ready Â to Â go Â in Â
PLQXWHV*RRGWKLQJ,FDQZRUNRQWKHĂ€\ I Â spent Â the Â hours Â before Â the Â ceremony Â catching Â up Â with Â old Â friends Â I Â donâ€™t Â get Â to Â see Â often, Â and Â that Â was Â completely Â satisfying. An Â important Â thing Â (again, Â outside Â of Â the Â FHUHPRQ\ ZDVRXUÂżUVWGDQFHDQGWKHPRWKHU son Â dance. Â Both Â dances Â seemed Â to Â go Â on Â forever Â with Â the Â nearly Â 100 Â people Â watching, Â but Â that Â went Â perfectly. Â Side Â note: Â I Â chose Â a Â Grateful Â Dead Â song Â (â€œAttics Â Of Â My Â Lifeâ€?) Â that Â was Â nearly Â six Â minutes Â long. Â Smiley Â face!
the Â entire Â wedding Â party Â to Â make Â sure Â that Â if Â anything Â goes Â wrong, Â do Â not Â inform Â Holley Â until Â after Â the Â ceremony. Â Holley Â has Â said Â many Â times Â that Â the Â day Â was Â â€œperfect.â€? The Â second Â thing Â was Â to Â make Â sure Â my Â family Â and Â friends Â were Â enjoying Â their Â time Â in Â TXDLQW0LGGOHEXU\7KDWZDVQÂśWDWDOOGLIÂżFXOW and Â I Â have Â been Â told Â by Â almost Â everyone Â in Â attendance Â that Â it Â was Â one Â of Â the Â most Â beautiful Â weddings Â they Â have Â attended. Holley: Â The Â most Â important Â thing Â was Â that Â we Â wrote Â and Â presented Â our Â own Â vows Â well, Â What Â were Â the Â most Â important Â things Â to Â that Â people Â enjoyed Â themselves, Â that Â Neil Â and Â you Â for Â your Â wedding? Â I Â felt Â the Â moment Â and Â that Â we Â were Â present Â in Â Neil: Â To Â me, Â the Â most Â important Â thing Â was Â it Â without Â panic Â or Â worry. that Â Holley Â was Â happy. Â I Â coordinated Â with Â (See Â Special Â moments, Â Page Â 25)
Special moments Did Â anything Â surprise Â you? (Continued Â from Â Page Â 24) Holey: Â How Â quickly Â things Â went Â by. Â Our Â last Â dance Â was Â actually Â most Â meaningful Â Also, Â I Â didnâ€™t Â expect Â my Â dad Â to Â give Â such Â a Â to Â me, Â as Â was Â my Â dadâ€™s Â speech. Â The Â song Â and Â great Â speech. Â It Â made Â many Â people Â cry. closure Â of Â the Â day Â meant Â so Â much Â to Â me. Neil: Â When Â speaking Â with Â my Â friends, Â many Â of Â them Â speak Â about Â how Â his Â words Â were Â How Â large Â was Â your Â wedding? Â Holley: Â We Â had Â 97 Â guests Â in Â attendance. Â memorable Â and Â emotional. Â It Â was, Â to Â say Â the Â People Â traveled Â from Â all Â over Â â€” Â Calif., Â least, Â heartfelt Â and Â bittersweet, Â as Â it Â was Â obvious Â Washington, Â South Â Carolina, Â Virginia, Â that Â he Â was Â losing Â his Â little Â girl. D.C., Â Pennsylvania, Â Alaska, Â New Â York, Â What Â advice Â do Â you Â have Â for Â others Â Massachusetts Â and Â Vermont. planning Â a Â wedding? Â Anything Â you Â would Â do Â +RZZDVWKHYHQXHKRZGLG\RXÂżQGRXW differently, Â or Â recommend Â that Â others Â may Â not Â be Â thinking Â about? a Â bout Â it? Â Holley: Â Take Â time Â to Â take Â care Â of Â Holley: Â The Â venue Â was Â absolutely Â Our last yourself Â while Â you Â are Â planning/ stunning. Â freaking Â out, Â etc. Â You Â can Â get Â too Â We Â knew Â about Â it Â because Â my Â dance was caught Â up Â in Â the Â details. Â parents Â live Â right Â down Â the Â street. Â actually most Overestimate Â your Â budget! Â We Â We Â get Â many Â of Â our Â holiday Â meals Â meaningful to from Â the Â Waybury Â each Â year. me, as was my spent Â about Â 15 Â percent Â more Â than Â we Â dadâ€™s speech. anticipated. Neil: Â My Â best Â advice Â is Â to Â let Â her Â Was Â the Â wedding Â catered? Â How Â get Â what Â she Â wants Â for Â the Â wedding. Â important Â to Â you Â was Â the Â food Â and Â The song and closure of the Because Â I Â do Â not Â know Â one Â woman Â drink? who Â does Â not Â dream Â of Â the Â special Â Holley: Â The Â Waybury Â catered Â day meant so day Â Holley Â and Â I Â were Â lucky Â (and Â the Â event. Â Food Â and Â drink Â was Â much to me. very Â important Â to Â us. Â They Â host Â a Â â€” Holley extremely Â grateful) Â enough Â to Â have. tasting Â and Â we Â selected Â a Â number Â of Â What Â was Â your Â favorite Â or Â most Â amazing Â entrĂŠes. Â Our Â beer Â selections Â were Â also Â important Â selecting Â local Â craft Â beers, Â memorable Â part Â of Â your Â wedding Â day? Holley: Â The Â ceremony. Â It Â was Â so Â well Â done Â by Â such Â as Â the Â Sunshine Â and Â Hopiness Â from Â the Â Drop-ÂIn Â Brewery, Â Fiddlehead Â IPA Â and Â Long Â our Â minister, Â Larry Â Yarborough. Â What Â sticks Â in Â my Â memory Â is Â how Â beautiful Â Trailâ€™s Â Take Â a Â Hike. Â the Â weather Â was Â and Â the Â gardens Â at Â the Â Waybury. Neil: Â The Â beer Â was Â spot-Âon. Neil: Â For Â me, Â the Â most Â memorable Â part Â was Â undoubtedly Â when Â I Â looked Â Holley Â in Â the Â eye Â Tell Â us Â about Â the Â music/dancing. Holley: Â Violinist Â Jess Â Novak Â from Â central Â DQGNLVVHGKHUIRUWKHÂżUVWWLPHDVKHUKXVEDQG New Â York Â played Â for Â the Â ceremony Â and Â Digital Â Itâ€™s Â a Â moment Â that Â is Â etched Â in Â my Â memory. Â Each Â time Â I Â think Â about Â it, Â I Â brighten Â my Â day. DJ Â provided Â music Â for Â the Â reception.
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BRIDE Â HOLLEY Â BURFOOT-ÂROCHFORD Â remembers Â the Â gardens Â at Â the Â Waybury Â Inn Â as Â beautiful, Â like Â the Â weather, Â on Â her Â wedding Â day. Â Photo Â by Â Renee Â Aube, Â Portrait Â Gallery
Personalize your wedding by writing your own vows A Â wedding Â is Â a Â once-Âin-Âa-Âlifetime Â event Â for Â many Â couples, Â so Â brides Â and Â grooms Â wish Â for Â the Â event Â to Â be Â momentous Â and Â memorable. Â As Â such, Â couples Â are Â increasingly Â integrating Â personal Â nuances Â into Â their Â ceremonies Â and Â receptions Â to Â tailor Â weddings Â to Â their Â unique Â visions. Â The Â desire Â to Â include Â personalized Â
wedding Â vows Â continues Â to Â be Â a Â popular Â trend. Â If Â you Â are Â considering Â personalized Â wedding Â YRZVÂżUVWUHDOL]HWKDWLWPD\QRWEHDVLPSOH task. Â Thatâ€™s Â because Â you Â want Â the Â message Â conveyed Â to Â be Â dear Â to Â your Â heart, Â and Â that Â can Â be Â challenging Â when Â faced Â with Â the Â pressures Â (See Â Vows, Â Page Â 27)
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Renewing vows is a great way to rekindle your love By Â ALICIA Â RANCILIO Associated Â Press When Â Letty Â Abraham Â of Â Sylvan Â Lake, Â Mich., Â married Â her Â husband, Â Mark, Â almost Â 22 Â years Â ago, Â she Â was Â determined Â not Â to Â make Â a Â fuss. It Â was Â her Â second Â marriage Â and Â she Â didnâ€™t Â want Â to Â go Â overboard. Âł, KDG D ELJ ZHGGLQJ WKH ÂżUVW WLPH 0\ second Â wedding Â I Â was Â over Â that, Â and Â I Â wanted Â it Â more Â small Â and Â intimate. Â We Â got Â married Â in Â Las Â Vegas. Â We Â had Â family Â and Â friends Â there Â but Â it Â wasnâ€™t Â a Â really Â big Â deal,â€? Â she Â said. Still, Â it Â was Â important Â to Â the Â couple Â to Â make Â their Â union Â special, Â so Â they Â made Â a Â plan Â early Â on Â to Â renew Â their Â vows. Fast Â forward Â 10 Â years, Â and Â they Â were Â saying Â â€œI Â still Â doâ€? Â on Â a Â trip Â to Â Maui, Â Hawaii. Â At Â that Â ceremony, Â Abraham Â let Â herself Â cry. Â She Â and Â her Â husband Â were Â so Â happy Â with Â their Â second Â wedding Â to Â each Â other Â that Â they Â decided Â to Â do Â it Â again Â at Â the Â 15-Âyear Â mark Â as Â well. â€œWeâ€™ll Â probably Â do Â it Â again Â at Â 25,â€? Â she Â laughed. Recommitting Â to Â a Â relationship Â through Â vow Â renewals Â is Â becoming Â more Â popular, Â said Â Susan Â Southerland, Â president Â of Â Just Â Marry!, Â Inc. Â wedding Â planners Â in Â Orlando, Â Fla. Âł,Q WKH ODVW WKUHH WR ÂżYH \HDUV WKH\ÂśYH become Â extremely Â popular. Â Weâ€™ve Â always Â done Â one Â or Â two Â throughout Â the Â year, Â but Â all Â of Â a Â sudden Â itâ€™s Â become Â a Â huge Â request.â€? For Â one Â thing, Â itâ€™s Â a Â great Â way Â to Â reconnect.
Kathryn Â Quinn Â of Â East Â Lansing, Â Mich., Â is Â approaching Â her Â 11-Âyear Â anniversary. Â She Â and Â her Â husband Â recently Â renewed Â their Â vows Â on Â a Â trip Â to Â the Â Virgin Â Islands. Â They Â traveled Â with Â three Â other Â couples Â and Â all Â four Â renewed Â their Â vows Â on Â the Â beach Â on Â Valentineâ€™s Â Day. â€œIâ€™m Â so Â glad Â we Â did Â it,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œThis Â ZDV RXU ÂżUVW WULS DZD\ IURP RXU FKLOGUHQ ,W was Â at Â a Â beautiful Â location. Â The Â vow Â renewal Â was Â meaningful, Â and Â gave Â us Â a Â chance Â away Â from Â our Â daily Â life Â to Â really Â celebrate Â our Â time Â together Â and Â be Â grateful Â for Â our Â relationship.â€? Sometimes, Â a Â vow Â renewal Â is Â not Â only Â a Â reminder Â of Â how Â far Â a Â couple Â has Â come Â but Â a Â memory Â to Â cherish. Winifred Â â€œWiniâ€? Â Brunston Â of Â Lancaster, Â Calif., Â lost Â her Â husband Â last Â year. Â She Â enjoys Â looking Â back Â to Â their Â 35th Â anniversary, Â in Â 2004, Â when Â they Â renewed Â their Â vows Â in Â the Â same Â small Â church Â where Â they Â got Â married. Â The Â same Â couple Â who Â stood Â up Â with Â them Â back Â then Â resumed Â their Â duties. Brunston Â feels Â marriage Â vows Â mean Â more Â over Â the Â years Â because Â â€œafter Â being Â together Â after Â all Â that Â time Â you Â really Â know Â each Â other,â€? Â and Â â€œit Â lets Â the Â spouse Â know Â you Â still Â love Â them Â enough Â to Â marry Â them Â again.â€? Anja Â Winikka, Â editor Â of Â the Â wedding Â website Â TheKnot.com, Â believes Â one Â reason Â for Â the Â spike Â of Â interest Â in Â vow Â renewals Â is Â that Â some Â celebrity Â couples Â have Â done Â it. 7RUL 6SHOOLQJ DQG 'HDQ 0F'HUPRWW ÂżOPHG
THE Â REV. Â LARRY Â YARBOROUGH, Â a Â religion Â professor Â at Â Middlebury Â College, Â looks Â on Â as Â Neil Â Benjamin Â makes Â his Â vows Â to Â Holley. Â The Â couple Â wrote Â their Â own Â marriage Â vows. Â Photo Â by Â Renee Â Aube, Â Portrait Â Gallery
their Â vow Â renewal Â for Â their Â reality Â TV Â show. Â Holly Â Robinson Â Peete Â tweeted Â photos Â after Â she Â and Â former Â NFL Â quarterback Â Rodney Â Peete Â recently Â celebrated Â their Â 17-Âyear Â anniversary Â by Â renewing Â their Â vows Â on Â top Â of Â the Â Empire Â State Â Building Â in Â New Â York. Â Mariah Â Carey Â and Â Nick Â Cannon Â are Â the Â most Â consistent;Íž Â they Â renew Â their Â vows Â every Â year. â€œYou Â hear Â about Â it, Â and Â just Â like Â any Â trends Â in Â the Â wedding Â industry Â and Â in Â decor Â and Â IDVKLRQFHOHEULWLHVFHUWDLQO\GRLQĂ€XHQFHXVLQ that Â way,â€? Â says Â Winikka. Southerland Â says Â she Â recently Â helped Â a Â couple Â who Â renew Â their Â vows Â every Â year. Â â€œItâ€™s Â always Â a Â surprise, Â and Â the Â husband Â plans Â it,â€? Â she Â said. Whether Â you Â renew Â your Â vows Â annually Â or Â just Â once, Â in Â a Â small Â ceremony Â or Â as Â part Â of Â a Â
vacation, Â the Â cost Â of Â saying Â â€œI Â do Â â€” Â againâ€? Â can Â vary. â€œYou Â can Â do Â something Â thatâ€™s Â very Â simple, Â thatâ€™s Â just Â the Â husband Â and Â wife Â standing Â up Â with Â a Â photographer, Â and Â that Â can Â be Â less Â than Â $1,000. Â Or Â you Â can Â do Â something Â where Â youâ€™ve Â invited Â a Â bunch Â of Â people. Â Iâ€™ve Â had Â people Â spend Â upwards Â of Â 50 Â or Â 60 Â thousand,â€? Â Southerland Â said. And Â even Â a Â do-Âover Â bride Â can Â turn Â into Â a Â Bridezilla, Â she Â says. â€œThat Â still Â is Â personality-Âdriven, Â which Â kind Â of Â makes Â me Â chuckle,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œIâ€™m Â thinking, Â â€˜Wow, Â youâ€™ve Â known Â this Â guy Â for Â a Â long Â time. Â Whatâ€™s Â there Â to Â be Â nervous Â about? Â So Â what Â if Â D Ă€RZHU IDOOV RII DQ DUFK"Âś 2WKHUV DUH PRUH laidback. Â But Â you Â still Â have Â some Â very Â nervous Â brides.â€?
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A few tips for a great toast (MS) Â â€” Â The Â toasts Â can Â be Â one Â of Â the Â most Â memorable Â parts Â of Â a Â coupleâ€™s Â wedding. Â Sometimes Â a Â toast Â is Â memorable Â for Â its Â humor Â and Â heartfelt Â sense Â of Â appreciation, Â while Â other Â toasts Â are Â more Â memorable Â for Â all Â the Â wrong Â reasons. One Â of Â the Â reasons Â toasts Â can Â be Â so Â unpredictable Â is Â that Â giving Â a Â toast Â is Â such Â a Â unique Â experience. Â Itâ€™s Â something Â many Â guests Â never Â do, Â while Â those Â who Â do Â give Â a Â Avoid longtoast Â may Â only Â do Â it Â winded walks once Â in Â a Â lifetime. Â Itâ€™s Â down Memory understandable Â to Â be Â Lane in favor nervous Â when Â asked Â to Â of a toast that give Â a Â toast Â at Â a Â wedding, Â but Â there Â are Â a Â few Â thoughtfully tricks Â of Â the Â trade Â that Â cuts to the help Â calm Â those Â nerves Â chase and and Â ensure Â the Â toast Â is Â lets everyone memorable Â for Â all Â the Â right Â reasons. get back to Practice Â makes Â celebrating. perfect. Â Few Â people Â are Â capable Â of Â standing Â in Â front Â of Â a Â crowd Â of Â people Â and Â speaking Â off Â the Â cuff. Â A Â speaker Â should Â take Â this Â into Â account Â and Â practice Â their Â speech Â before Â the Â big Â day. Â A Â spur-Âof-Âthe-Â moment Â speech Â may Â provide Â an Â adrenaline Â rush, Â but Â such Â an Â endeavor Â may Â come Â off Â as Â if Â you Â didnâ€™t Â care Â enough Â to Â put Â the Â effort Â into Â writing Â a Â thoughtful Â toast Â ahead Â of Â time. Â In Â addition, Â practicing Â the Â toast Â once Â itâ€™s Â been Â written Â will Â make Â you Â feel Â more Â comfortable Â DQGFRQÂżGHQWLQIURQWRIWKHFURZG,ISRVVLEOH practice Â in Â front Â of Â a Â friend Â or Â family Â member Â
FATHER Â OF Â THE Â bride Â Burke Â Rochford Â delivers Â a Â toast Â that Â moved Â many Â to Â tears Â at Â the Â wedding Â of Â Holley Â Burfoot-Â Rochford Â and Â Neil Â Benjamin Â this Â past Â August. Â The Â groom Â said Â the Â emotional Â speech Â was Â heartfelt Â and Â bittersweet. Â Photo Â by Â Renee Â Aube, Â Portrait Â Gallery
so Â you Â can Â solicit Â feedback. Â A Â friend Â or Â relative Â PLJKWEHDEOHWRKHOS\RXÂżQHWXQHWKHVSHHFK which Â in Â turn Â can Â calm Â your Â nerves Â once Â youâ€™re Â handed Â the Â microphone. Avoid Â alcohol. Â Getting Â liquored Â up Â prior Â to Â your Â toast Â is Â a Â recipe Â for Â disaster. Â Though Â it Â may Â seem Â like Â a Â good Â idea Â to Â employ Â alcohol Â to Â calm Â your Â nerves Â and Â lower Â your Â inhibitions, Â itâ€™s Â not Â a Â good Â idea. Â Consuming Â alcohol Â before Â your Â toast Â increases Â the Â chance Â that Â you Â will Â end Â up Â embarrassing Â the Â bride Â and Â groom Â as Â well Â as Â yourself.
Vows (Continued Â from Â Page Â 25) Read Â inspirational Â writings. Â Perhaps Â there Â and Â planning Â of Â the Â rest Â of Â the Â wedding. Â That Â is Â an Â author Â or Â a Â poet Â who Â inspires Â you? Â You Â isnâ€™t Â to Â say Â that Â writing Â your Â own Â vows Â is Â can Â quote Â certain Â writers Â in Â your Â vows Â or Â let Â impossible. Â Here Â are Â some Â guidelines Â for Â the Â tone Â of Â their Â works Â help Â shape Â the Â words Â of Â personalizing Â your Â ceremony Â with Â your Â own Â your Â vows. Â There Â also Â are Â suggested Â wedding Â sentiments. readings Â and Â other Â quotes Â about Â marriage Â Schedule Â time Â for Â writing. Â Amid Â the Â readily Â available Â at Â the Â library Â or Â with Â a Â quick Â EXVWOH RI GUHVV ÂżWWLQJV DQG LQWHUYLHZV ZLWK search Â online. photographers, Â it Â can Â be Â easy Â to Â put Â Decide Â on Â a Â tone. Â Although Â the Â off Â the Â important Â task Â of Â writing Â day Â is Â based Â on Â love Â and Â affection, Â vows Â for Â another Â day. Â But Â as Â any Â Although the you Â may Â not Â feel Â comfortable Â great Â writer Â can Â attest, Â it Â takes Â day is based spouting Â words Â of Â adoration Â in Â front Â writing Â â€” Â and Â rewriting Â â€” Â to Â on love and of Â friends Â and Â family. Â Feel Â free Â to Â DFKLHYH D ÂżQLVKHG SURGXFW \RX FDQ into Â your Â unique Â personality. Â affection, you tap Â be Â proud Â of. Â Give Â the Â task Â of Â writing Â Humor Â can Â be Â used Â if Â it Â aligns Â with Â your Â vows Â your Â undivided Â attention. Â may not feel the Â way Â you Â normally Â express Â your Â Mark Â it Â in Â on Â your Â calendar Â or Â set Â a Â comfortable affections. Â Be Â sure Â to Â weave Â this Â reminder Â on Â your Â computer Â just Â as Â spouting words tone Â into Â more Â traditional Â passages Â you Â would Â any Â other Â appointment. of adoration in to Â create Â a Â cohesive Â expression Â of Â Be Â aware Â of Â ceremony Â front of friends your Â feelings. guidelines. Â It Â is Â best Â to Â check Â with Â Establish Â an Â outline. Â Put Â \RXU RIÂżFLDWH DQG FRQÂżUP WKDW and family. together Â all Â of Â the Â words Â and Â personalized Â wedding Â vows Â are Â phrases Â youâ€™ve Â jotted Â down Â into Â allowed. Â During Â civil Â ceremonies Â itâ€™s Â often Â DQ RXWOLQH WR KHOS \RX RUJDQL]H WKH Ă€RZ RI DFFHSWDEOH WR FXVWRPL]H YRZV DV \RX VHH ÂżW the Â vows, Â using Â these Â words Â as Â a Â blueprint Â However, Â during Â religious Â ceremonies Â there Â for Â the Â vows Â and Â building Â upon Â them. Â Make Â may Â be Â lines Â of Â scripture Â that Â need Â to Â be Â read Â sure Â the Â vows Â will Â be Â concise. Â Aim Â for Â your Â or Â certain Â passages Â required. Â Before Â you Â spend Â entire Â speech Â to Â be Â around Â 1 Â minute Â in Â length Â hours Â working Â on Â the Â task, Â be Â sure Â that Â it Â is Â to Â keep Â everyone Â engaged Â and Â the Â ceremony Â allowed Â and Â that Â your Â spouse Â and Â you Â are Â on Â moving Â along. the Â same Â page. Put Â everything Â together. Â Draft Â your Â vows Â Jot Â down Â your Â feelings. Â Answer Â some Â and Â then Â practice Â them Â by Â reading Â out Â loud. Â questions Â about Â what Â marriage Â means Â to Â you Â You Â want Â to Â avoid Â long Â sentences Â or Â anything Â and Â how Â you Â feel Â about Â your Â spouse. Â Try Â to Â that Â trips Â you Â up. Â Although Â large Â words Â avoid Â trite Â sayings Â and Â think Â from Â your Â heart Â may Â sound Â impressive, Â they Â could Â make Â the Â and Â personal Â experiences. Â Think Â about Â what Â is Â vows Â seem Â too Â academic Â and Â not Â necessarily Â the Â most Â important Â thing Â you Â want Â to Â promise Â heartfelt. Â Enlist Â the Â help Â of Â a Â friend Â or Â two Â to Â to Â your Â future Â partner. Â These Â notes Â can Â serve Â act Â as Â your Â audience Â to Â see Â if Â the Â vows Â sound Â as Â the Â starting Â points Â for Â the Â actual Â vows. good Â and Â are Â easily Â understandable. Â
Get Â to Â the Â point. Â Men Â and Â women Â who Â have Â attended Â their Â fair Â share Â of Â wedding Â receptions Â no Â doubt Â have Â sat Â through Â a Â long-Â winded Â toast Â from Â the Â best Â man Â or Â maid Â of Â honor. Â Such Â toasts Â can Â bring Â a Â festive Â reception Â to Â a Â grinding Â halt, Â and Â guests Â will Â likely Â tune Â out Â before Â the Â best Â man Â or Â maid Â of Â honor Â gets Â to Â the Â point. Â Being Â succinct Â should Â be Â a Â goal. Â Avoid Â long-Âwinded Â walks Â down Â Memory Â Lane Â in Â favor Â of Â a Â toast Â that Â thoughtfully Â cuts Â to Â the Â chase Â and Â lets Â everyone Â get Â back Â to Â celebrating.
Spin Â a Â yarn. Â While Â itâ€™s Â important Â to Â be Â brief, Â donâ€™t Â be Â so Â brief Â that Â no Â one Â at Â the Â reception Â learns Â about Â your Â relationship Â to Â the Â bride Â or Â groom. Â Share Â a Â humorous Â anecdote Â from Â your Â mutual Â past Â to Â illustrate Â the Â type Â of Â relationship Â you Â share Â with Â one Â another. Â This Â story Â should Â have Â an Â element Â of Â humor Â but Â donâ€™t Â include Â anything Â too Â embarrassing. Congratulate Â the Â couple. Â Because Â nerves Â SOD\VXFKDVLJQLÂżFDQWSDUWLQPDQ\WRDVWVLW can Â be Â easy Â to Â forget Â to Â congratulate Â both Â the Â bride Â and Â groom. Â
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Farm Â to Â school Â grants Â are Â offered The Â Vermont Â Agency Â of Â Agri-Â culture Â has Â announced Â $75,000 Â of Â available Â funding Â for Â Vermont Â schools Â interested Â in Â Farm Â to Â School Â programing. Â Any Â school, Â consortium Â of Â schools, Â or Â school Â district Â interested Â in Â Farm Â to Â School Â programing Â is Â encouraged Â to Â apply Â for Â this Â for Â this Â funding. The Â state Â of Â Vermont Â has Â ap-Â propriated Â nearly Â $700,000 Â over Â the Â past Â six Â years Â to Â support Â Farm Â to Â School Â programming Â in Â Ver-Â mont Â schools. Â Since Â its Â creation, Â the Â Vermont Â Farm Â to Â School Â grant Â program Â has Â awarded Â 62 Â schools Â throughout Â the Â state Â with Â funds Â to Â support Â the Â integration Â local Â foods Â in Â school Â cafeterias, Â classrooms Â and Â communities. Â Vermont Â is Â a Â nationally Â recog-Â nized Â leader Â in Â Farm Â to Â â€œFarm to School Â cur-Â r i c u l u m , Â School c o n n e c t i n g Â programs students Â to Â ag-Â throughout riculture Â via Â our state are the Â â€œ3 Â Câ€™sâ€? Â teaching our â€” Â classroom, Â and Â students to cafeteria Â c o m m u n i t y. Â eat healthy Ve r m o n t â€™ s Â and make model Â has Â been Â repli-Â connections cated Â in Â other Â with their states, Â and Â local has Â been Â ref-Â erenced Â by Â farmers, the Â USDA Â for Â while also best Â practices Â opening new in Â Farm Â to Â markets for School Â pro-Â gramming. Vermont â€œ F a r m Â farmers.â€? to Â School Â â€” Chuck Ross p r o g r a m s Â t h r o u g h o u t Â our Â state Â are Â teaching Â our Â students Â to Â eat Â healthy Â and Â make Â connections Â with Â their Â local Â farmers, Â while Â also Â opening Â new Â markets Â for Â Vermont Â farmers,â€? Â says Â Vermont Â Secretary Â of Â Agriculture Â Chuck Â Ross. Â â€œThis Â is Â a Â great Â opportunity Â to Â try Â out Â a Â new Â marketing Â effort, Â build Â or Â pilot Â new Â relationships, Â and Â teach Â kids Â about Â Vermont Â agriculture.â€? The Â program Â encourages Â schools Â and Â school Â districts Â to Â serve Â food Â to Â Vermont Â students Â that Â are Â as Â fresh Â and Â nutritious Â as Â possible. Â â€œThese Â Farm Â to Â School Â Grants Â give Â schools Â what Â they Â need Â to Â focus Â on Â developing Â sound Â and Â sustain-Â able Â Farm Â to Â School Â programs. Â By Â connecting Â the Â classrooms, Â the Â cafeteria Â and Â the Â community Â it Â is Â possible Â to Â change Â school Â food Â cul-Â ture,â€? Â said Â Abbie Â Nelson, Â director Â of Â Vermont Â FEED Â (Food Â Education Â Every Â Day). This Â grant Â program Â is Â made Â pos-Â sible Â by Â collaboration Â between Â the Â Vermont Â Agency Â of Â Agriculture, Â Agency Â of Â Education, Â Department Â of Â Health, Â Vermont Â FEED Â and Â the Â Vermont Â Farm Â to Â School Â Network. More Â information Â about Â Ver-Â montâ€™s Â Farm Â to Â School Â program, Â as Â well Â as Â grant Â application Â forms, Â can Â be Â found Â on Â the Â Agency Â of Â Ag-Â ricultureâ€™s Â website, Â http://agricul-Â ture.vermont.gov.
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Suicide (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) mous Â posters Â can Â ask Â questions Â on Â a Â userâ€™s Â page, Â and Â the Â user Â can Â answer Â them. Â Olivia Â posted Â regularly Â on Â the Â account Â for Â the Â last Â three Â months, Â up Â until Â the Â day Â of Â her Â death. Â The Â account, Â which Â was Â available Â to Â be Â viewed Â on Â Friday, Â showed Â some Â disturbing Â messages. Â While Â many Â of Â the Â questions Â and Â posts Â directed Â at Â her Â were Â mundane, Â several Â de-Â meaned Â Scottâ€™s Â appearance Â and Â oth-Â ers Â encouraged Â her Â to Â harm Â herself. On Â Sept. Â 26, Â a Â user Â posted, Â â€œyoure Â gross.â€? Â On Â Sept. Â 23 Â a Â user Â asked, Â â€œWhy Â do Â you Â like Â attention Â so Â much?â€? Â On Â Sept. Â 12 Â and Â again Â on Â Sept. Â 15 Â a Â user Â posted, Â â€œyoure Â ugly.â€? Â In Â September, Â a Â user Â posted, Â â€œAll Â I Â know Â is Â youâ€™re Â a Â (expletive) Â and Â very Â (expletive) Â ugly Â and Â you Â should Â
take Â yourself Â off Â this Â earth,â€? Â â€œyoure Â mates Â from Â Mount Â Abraham. Â The Â ratchet Â and Â should Â probably Â kill Â site, Â which Â has Â been Â used Â as Â a Â plat-Â yourself,â€? Â and Â â€œDo Â it Â Do Â form Â to Â bully Â others Â un-Â it.â€? Â On Â Sept. Â 29, Â a Â user Â â€œWe donâ€™t der Â the Â blanket Â of Â ano-Â asked Â â€œwhat Â school Â do Â nymity, Â has Â been Â linked Â want this to you Â even Â go Â to?â€? Â Scott Â to Â several Â suicides Â in Â the Â responded, Â â€œmt Â abe Â but Â happen to United Â States Â and Â Unit-Â its Â just Â like Â hell.â€? ed Â Kingdom Â in Â the Â last Â anyone else. On Â Oct. Â 10, Â an Â anony-Â She thought few Â years. mous Â user Â posted Â on Â the Â Bethany Â Scott Â said Â ask.fm Â page Â of Â one Â of Â the only way her Â sister Â was Â bullied Â by Â Oliviaâ€™s Â friend, Â which Â for her to be her Â classmates Â at Â school, Â the Â Independent Â viewed. Â happy was to and Â on Â social Â media Â The Â post Â read Â â€œGlad Â not be here, platforms Â Facebook Â and Â that Â bitch Â is Â deaddddd.â€? Â Twitter, Â in Â addition Â to Â Bethany Â Scott Â believes Â and that kills ask.fm. Â Scott Â said Â her Â this Â was Â in Â reference Â to Â us.â€? sister Â was Â also Â bullied Â â€” Bethany Scott via Â text Â messages, Â and Â her Â sister. Bethany Â Scott Â said Â that Â the Â family Â would Â that Â while Â the Â posters Â were Â anony-Â attempt Â to Â retrieve Â these Â messages Â mous, Â Olivia Â knew Â they Â were Â class-Â from Â their Â service Â provider, Â Verizon, Â
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RIÂżFLDOVZRXOGXVHWKLV Bethany Â Scott Â said Â her Â quite quickly. incident Â to Â re-Âevaluate Â family Â wants Â to Â tell Â the Â their Â approach Â to Â bul-Â We have no story Â of Â Oliviaâ€™s Â bully-Â lying. ing Â so Â incidents Â like Â this Â evidence of â€œAny Â time Â we Â be-Â donâ€™t Â happen Â again. come Â aware Â of Â a Â situa-Â that, and as â€œWe Â donâ€™t Â want Â this Â to Â I understand tion Â like Â this, Â we Â look Â happen Â to Â anyone Â else,â€? Â for Â ways Â to Â improve Â Bethany Â Scott Â said. Â â€œShe Â it, law our Â responses,â€? Â he Â said. Â thought Â the Â only Â way Â for Â enforcement â€œWeâ€™re Â aware Â of Â some Â her Â to Â be Â happy Â was Â to Â has no other Â needs Â we Â could Â not Â be Â here, Â and Â that Â kills Â evidence of put Â more Â resources Â to.â€? us.â€? 6FKRRO RIÂżFLDOV ZLOO SCHOOL Â RESPONSE that at this continue Â to Â investigate Â Addison Â Northeast Â time.â€? allegations Â that Â Scott Â â€” ANeSU was Â bullied, Â Adams Â Supervisory Â Union Â Su-Â Superintendent said. perintendent Â David Â David Adams Adams Â said Â Vermont Â â€œIf Â weâ€™re Â aware Â that Â 6WDWH 3ROLFH FRQÂżUPHG there Â was Â some Â school Â WR VFKRRO RIÂżFLDOV :HGQHVGD\ WKDW policy Â violation, Â weâ€™ll Â certainly Â a Â student Â had Â died. Â Students Â were Â follow Â up Â on Â that,â€? Â Adams Â said. Â permitted Â to Â go Â home, Â with Â their Â â€œWeâ€™re Â really Â in Â this Â crisis Â response Â parentsâ€™ Â permission, Â and Â students Â mode Â right Â now. Â Weâ€™re Â trying Â to Â get Â and Â teachers Â were Â permitted Â to Â use Â back Â to Â a Â sense Â of Â normalcy.â€? class Â time Â to Â talk Â about Â what Â had Â Bethany Â Scott Â said Â she Â and Â other Â happened. family Â members Â were Â going Â to Â meet Â Adams Â said Â to Â his Â knowledge, Â with Â Vermont Â State Â Police Â Friday Â no Â faculty Â or Â staff Â members Â were Â and Â provide Â authorities Â with Â evi-Â aware Â that Â Scott Â may Â have Â been Â dence Â of Â online Â bullying. bullied. Â &DOOLQJ KRXUV IRU 2OLYLD 6FRWW â€œWe Â looked Â into Â that Â matter, Â we Â will Â be Â held Â Monday, Â Oct. Â 14, Â 4-Â7 Â looked Â into Â that Â matter Â quite Â quick-Â p.m. Â at Â Sanderson Â Funeral Â Home Â ly,â€? Â Adams Â said Â Thursday. Â â€œWe Â in Â Middlebury. Â A Â memorial Â ser-Â have Â no Â evidence Â of Â that, Â and Â as Â I Â vice Â will Â be Â held Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 15, Â understand Â it, Â law Â enforcement Â has Â at Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â no Â evidence Â of Â that Â at Â this Â time.â€? School Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Adams Â said Â Mount Â Abraham Â does Â At Â the Â Scott Â residence Â Friday, Â have Â an Â anti-Âbullying Â curriculum. family Â members Â passed Â through Â â€œIn Â health Â classes, Â students Â are Â to Â mourn Â for Â Olivia. Â Family Â pho-Â given Â some Â general Â information, Â tos Â were Â spread Â out Â on Â the Â coffee Â about Â doâ€™s Â and Â donâ€™tâ€™s,â€? Â Adams Â table. said. â€œWeâ€™ve Â been Â sleeping Â with Â her Â The Â school Â put Â on Â an Â anti-Âbully-Â blanket, Â and Â Iâ€™m Â wearing Â all Â her Â ing Â assembly Â last Â year, Â hosted Â by Â clothes,â€? Â Bethany Â Scott Â said. Â â€œWe Â John Â Halligan, Â whose Â own Â 13-Âyear-Â just Â want Â her Â back.â€?
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â October Â 14, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 33
Library Â to Â host Â boat Â builder Douglas Â Brooks Â on Â Oct. Â 24 NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â The Â New Â Haven Â Community Â Library Â will Â host Â a Â talk Â by Â Vergennes Â boat Â builder Â and Â author Â Douglas Â Brooks Â on Â Thursday Â evening, Â Oct. Â 24, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â In Â â€œFrom Â Skiffs Â to Â Sail Â Ferries: Â The Â Story Â of Â Vermontâ€™s Â Small Â Boat Â Traditions,â€? Â Brooks Â will Â focus Â on Â the Â history Â and Â culture Â of Â boatbuilding Â in Â the Â Lake Â Champlain Â region. Â While Â the Â larger Â ships Â that Â his-Â torically Â plied Â Lake Â Champlain, Â from Â the Â gunboats Â of Â the Â Revolutionary Â era Â to Â the Â steamboats Â of Â the Â 20th Â cen-Â tury, Â have Â been Â the Â focus Â of Â extensive Â research Â and Â archaeology, Â the Â small Â boats Â of Â the Â Lake Â Champlain Â have Â never Â been Â comprehensively Â studied. Â Â The Â talk Â will Â feature Â historic Â pho-Â tographs Â of Â the Â lake, Â which Â show Â a Â P\ULDGRIVPDOOERDWW\SHVERWKÂżQHO\ built Â craft Â and Â their Â simpler, Â â€œcarpen-Â ter-Âbuiltâ€? Â cousins. Â Many Â of Â these Â are Â ZRUNLQJERDWVIRUÂżVKLQJKXQWLQJDQG trapping. Â In Â addition Â there Â are Â pleasure Â boats, Â including Â a Â series Â of Â rowboats Â from Â the Â Waterhouse Â shop Â on Â Lake Â Dunmore. Â Brooks Â will Â also Â share Â re-Â search Â from Â his Â work Â with Â Middle-Â bury Â College Â students. Â In Â two Â separate Â projects Â he Â led Â students Â studying Â the Â regionâ€™s Â various Â small Â boats, Â including Â oral Â interviews Â with Â trappers Â and Â the Â descendants Â of Â boat Â builders. Â Historic Â ERDWVZHUHLGHQWLÂżHGDQGPHDVXUHGIRU detailed Â drawings Â and, Â under Â Brooksâ€™ Â direction, Â students Â built Â three Â replica Â boats. Brooksâ€™ Â research Â also Â includes Â a Â discussion Â of Â the Â sail Â ferries Â on Â Lake Â Champlain, Â a Â subject Â he Â took Â up Â in Â 2001 Â while Â researching Â the Â design Â for Â a Â replica Â sail Â ferry. Â This Â overlooked Â type Â of Â commercial Â vessel Â was Â essen-Â tial Â to Â commerce Â of Â the Â region, Â par-Â ticularly Â in Â the Â long, Â narrow Â reaches Â of Â the Â south Â lake. Â Sail Â ferries Â were Â a Â vital Â form Â of Â transport Â and Â trade Â and Â their Â unique Â design Â was Â ideally Â suited Â to Â Lake Â Champlain Â waters. Â Sail Â ferries Â also Â have Â the Â distinction Â of Â being Â the Â longest-Âserving Â ferry Â type Â found Â on Â the Â lake, Â operating Â from Â the Â late Â 1700s Â to Â the Â era Â of Â the Â automobile. Â Brooks Â built Â the Â sail Â ferry Â Weatherwax Â for Â the Â Lake Â Placid/Essex Â County Â Visitors Â Bureau Â and Â the Â state Â of Â New Â York Â in Â 2002. Â In Â addition Â to Â researching Â and Â build-Â ing Â traditional Â American Â boat Â designs Â KHKDVDOVRDSSUHQWLFHGZLWKÂżYHERDW builders Â in Â Japan, Â documenting Â the Â techniques Â and Â secrets Â of Â their Â craft. Â Heâ€™s Â previously Â spoken Â at Â the Â New Â Haven Â Library Â with Â his Â talk Â â€œWays Â of Â Learning: Â An Â Apprentice Â Boat Â builder Â LQ -DSDQÂ´ +LV ÂżUVW ERRN Âł7KH 7XE Boats Â of Â Sado Â Island: Â A Â Japanese Â Craftsmanâ€™s Â Methods,â€? Â was Â published Â in Â Japan Â in Â 2003 Â and Â was Â later Â honored Â by Â the Â Japanese Â Ministry Â of Â Culture. Â His Â second Â book, Â â€œSabani: Â Building Â the Â Traditional Â Okinawan Â Fishing Â Boat,â€? Â was Â published Â by Â the Â Museum Â of Â Maritime Â Science, Â Tokyo, Â Japan, Â 2011. Â He Â is Â currently Â working Â on Â his Â third Â book, Â due Â to Â be Â published Â later Â this Â year. Brooks Â writes Â regularly Â for Â Wood-Â enBoat Â magazine Â as Â well Â as Â other Â pub-Â lications, Â lectures Â widely Â and Â teaches Â boatbuilding Â workshops. Â He Â recently Â returned Â from Â a Â summer Â in Â Japan Â where Â he Â built Â a Â traditional Â boat Â in Â an Â international Â arts Â festival.
Brooks Â attended Â the Â Williams Â Mys-Â tic Â Seaport Â Program Â in Â American Â Mar-Â itime Â History Â in Â 1980, Â and Â is Â a Â 1982 Â graduate Â of Â Trinity Â College Â (B.A., Â phi-Â losophy) Â and Â a Â 2002 Â graduate Â of Â the Â Middlebury Â College Â Language Â School Â (Japanese). Â To Â see Â photos Â of Â his Â boats Â visit Â www.douglasbrooksboatbuild-Â ing.com. â€œFrom Â Skiffs Â to Â Sail Â Ferries: Â The Â Story Â of Â Vermontâ€™s Â Small Â Boat Â Tradi-Â tionsâ€? Â is Â part Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Humani-Â ties Â Councilâ€™s Â Speakers Â Bureau Â series. Â 7KHVHULHVVXSSRUWV9HUPRQWQRQSURÂżW organizations Â by Â offering Â lectures Â on Â art, Â culture Â and Â history. Â It Â is Â Brooksâ€™ Â second Â talk Â for Â the Â Speakers Â Bureau.
MIDDLEBURY Â COLLEGE Â STUDENTS Â build Â a Â replica Â of Â a Â skiff Â believed Â to Â have Â been Â built Â in Â Panton. Â
Photograph Â by Â Douglas Â Brooks
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PAGE Â 34 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â October Â 14, Â 2013
Foote Â leads Â Panthers Â past Â Williams Â College
In Â boysâ€™ Â soccer
Mt. Â Abe Â still Â undefeated $'',621 &2817< Â˛ ,Q DUHD high Â school Â boysâ€™ Â soccer Â play Â late Â last Â ZHHN0RXQW$EUDKDPUDOOLHGWRSUH-Â serve Â its Â unbeaten Â record, Â Otter Â Valley Â posted Â a Â home Â win, Â and Â Vergennes Â and Â Middlebury Â lost Â at Â home. Â EAGLES The Â Eagles Â needed Â to Â scored Â three Â WLPHVLQÂżYHPLQXWHVLQ)ULGD\ÂśVVHF-Â ond Â half Â to Â wipe Â out Â visiting Â Missis-Â quoiâ€™s Â lead Â and Â move Â to Â 11-Â0. Â It Â was Â WKHVHFRQGVWUDLJKWJDPH0RXQW$EH had Â to Â rally Â in Â the Â second Â half Â to Â win. Â Cale Â Thygesen Â keyed Â the Â come-Â back Â by Â netting Â a Â penalty Â kick Â and Â then Â a Â direct Â kick. Â Ethan Â White Â tallied Â the Â game-Âwinner Â with Â 13 Â minutes Â to Â go, Â with Â an Â assist Â from Â Theo Â Weaver. Â Goalie Â Ira Â Fisher Â stopped Â three Â shots Â for Â the Â Eagles, Â while Â Eamon Â Murphy Â made Â 13 Â saves Â for Â the Â 3-Â8 Â Thunder-Â birds. OTTERS $OVR RQ )ULGD\ KRVW 29 FRDVWHG SDVWYLVLWLQJ$UOLQJWRQDYHQJLQJ an Â earlier Â 1-Â0 Â setback. Â Barron Â Har-Â (See Â Boysâ€™ Â soccer, Â Page Â 36)
Score BOARD HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Football 10/11 Â MUHS Â vs. Â S. Â Burlington Â ........ Â 42-Â20 10/11 Â OV Â vs. Â Winooski Â Â .................. Â 47-Â19 10/12 Â Mill Â River Â vs. Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ............44-Â14 Field Hockey 10/9 Â MMU Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ..................... Â Ppd. 10/10 Â Mt. Â Anthony Â vs. Â OV Â .................. Â 2-Â1 10/11 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â MUHS Â .................... Â 5-Â1 Girlsâ€™ Soccer 10/9 Â VUHS Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â .................... Â Ppd. 10/9 Â Milton Â vs. Â MUHS Â Â ........................2-Â0 10/11 Â Milton Â vs. Â VUHS Â ....................... Â 2-Â0 10/12 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â Missisquoi Â Â ............. Â 4-Â0 10/12 Â Rice Â vs. Â MUHS Â ..........................9-Â0 Boysâ€™ Soccer 10/11 Â Rice Â vs. Â MUHS Â Â ........................ Â 3-Â0 10/11 Â OV Â vs. Â Arlington Â Â ....................... Â 5-Â1 10/11 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â Missisquoi Â Â ............. Â 3-Â2 10/12 Â GMVS Â vs. Â VUHS Â Â ..................... Â 1-Â0 COLLEGE SPORTS Field Hockey 10/12 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Trinity Â Â ........................5-Â0 Menâ€™s Soccer 10/12 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Trinity Â Â ........................3-Â1 Womenâ€™s Soccer 10/12 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Trinity Â Â ........................2-Â0 Football 10/12 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Williams Â ................ Â 21-Â14
MIDDLEBURY Â COLLEGE Â QUARTERBACK Â McCallum Â Foote Â threw Â for Â 247 Â yards Â and Â two Â touchdowns Â in Â the Â Panthersâ€™ Â 21-Â14 Â win Â over Â Williams Â Saturday. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Joey Â Zel-Â kowitz Â scored Â on Â an Â eight-Âyard Â run Â with Â 4:03 Â remaining Â on Â Saturday Â to Â give Â the Â Middlebury Â College Â foot-Â ball Â team Â a Â 21-Â14 Â victory Â over Â vis-Â iting Â Williams. Â The Â Panthers Â im-Â proved Â to Â 3-Â1, Â while Â the Â Ephs Â fell Â WRIRUWKHÂżUVWWLPHVLQFH Middlebury Â moved Â 81 Â yards Â on Â 12 Â plays Â on Â its Â opening Â drive Â to Â WDNH D OHDG 4XDUWHUEDFN 0F-Â Callum Â Foote Â found Â Trevor Â Wheel-Â er Â for Â 28 Â yards Â on Â the Â drive Â and Â GHOLYHUHGWKHVHQLRUKLVÂżUVWFDUHHU touchdown Â with Â a Â 25-Âyard Â strike Â over Â the Â middle. The Â Ephs Â looked Â to Â answer Â on Â WKHLUQH[WGULYHPRYLQJ\DUGV EXW -RH 0DOORFN PLVVHG D \DUG ÂżHOGJRDO Williams Â got Â on Â the Â board Â in Â WKH VHFRQG TXDUWHU ZLWK D SOD\ \DUG GULYH 4XDUWHUEDFN $GDP 0DUVNHFRQQHFWHGZLWKÂżYHUHFHLY-Â ers Â on Â the Â march. Â Marco Â Hernandez Â scored Â from Â one Â yard Â out Â to Â make Â it Â DIWHUDPLVVHGH[WUDSRLQW Middlebury Â then Â drove Â 82 Â yards Â RQVHYHQSOD\VWRWDNHDOHDG Foote Â found Â Zelkowitz Â on Â a Â swing Â SDVV DQG WKH IUHVKPDQ UDFHG yards Â to Â the Â Williams Â 10. Â Two Â plays Â later, Â the Â two Â connected Â on Â the Â same Â play Â and Â Zelkowitz Â scored Â from Â eight Â yards Â out. Â Wil-Â OLDPVKDGDODWHÂżUVWKDOIGULYHHQG ZLWK DQRWKHU \DUG PLVVHG ÂżHOG goal. In Â the Â third Â quarter, Â the Â Ephsâ€™ Â picked Â off Â Foote Â at Â the Â Williams Â six-Âyard Â line. Â Later Â in Â the Â quarter, Â the Â Ephs Â tied Â the Â game Â with Â a Â 12-Â SOD\ \DUG GULYH $ 0DUVNH WR Jeff Â Brewington Â connection Â of Â 25 Â yards Â and Â 23 Â yards Â on Â the Â ground Â IURP $OH[ 6F\RFXUND VSDUNHG WKH drive. Â The Â score Â came Â when Â Mar-Â VNH IRXQG $OH[ :D\ IURP WKUHH yards Â out. Â The Â two Â hooked Â up Â again Â for Â a Â two-Âpoint Â conversion Â to Â knot Â the Â score Â at Â 14-Â14. The Â game Â remained Â tied Â until Â the Â Panthers Â took Â over Â at Â their Â own Â (See Â Panthers, Â Page Â 36)
In Â battle Â of Â unbeatens,Tigers Â rally Â past Â So. Â Burlington By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Friday Â nightâ€™s Â game Â between Â two Â undefeated Â Divi-Â sion Â I Â football Â teams, Â host Â Middlebury Â DQG6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQVDZ\DUGV RIWRWDORIIHQVHIRUWKH7LJHUVLQ their Â 42-Â20 Â victory. Â But Â even Â with Â Rebel Â standout Â Tan-Â QHU&RQWRLVUXVKLQJIRU\DUGVRQ FDUULHV Â˛ LQFOXGLQJ DQ \DUG touchdown Â â€” Â defense Â probably Â made Â the Â difference Â in Â what Â could Â have Â been Â a Â D-ÂI Â title Â game Â preview. Â The Â Tigers Â picked Â off Â Rebel Â quar-Â terback Â Hunter Â Riehle Â three Â times Â and Â forced Â a Â Contois Â fumble Â on Â the Â MUHS Â 2-Âyard Â line, Â and Â after Â three Â of Â
those Â turnovers Â moved Â to Â scores. Meanwhile, Â critically Â according Â to Â &RDFK 'HQQLV 6PLWK WKH 7LJHUV took Â care Â of Â the Â ball. â€œWe Â didnâ€™t Â turn Â the Â ball Â over Â to-Â night. Â They Â did Â turn Â the Â ball Â over. Â We Â bent, Â but Â we Â didnâ€™t Â break. Â We Â gave Â up Â one Â long Â big Â run, Â but Â other Â than Â that, Â we Â made Â them Â earn Â pretty Â much Â ev-Â erything Â they Â got Â tonight,â€? Â Smith Â said. Â Âł$QG WKDW ZDV RQH RI WKH NH\V WRR because Â as Â you Â saw, Â one Â big Â play Â and Â theyâ€™re Â gone.â€? Tiger Â senior Â fullback Â Jake Â Traut-Â wein, Â who Â sparked Â the Â offense Â with Â 23 Â carries Â for Â 223 Â yards Â and Â four Â touch-Â downs, Â talked Â about Â the Â defensive Â ef-Â
fort Â against Â the Â explosive Â Rebels, Â who Â IHOOWR Âł2QGHIHQVHZHMXVWKDGWRĂ€\WKH ball Â as Â a Â team, Â everybody Â get Â in Â on Â every Â tackle,â€? Â Trautwein Â said. Â â€œWe Â executed Â better, Â we Â caused Â turnovers, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â how Â we Â won.â€? Trautwein Â said Â he Â didnâ€™t Â expect Â to Â get Â the Â ball Â so Â many Â times, Â but Â the Â Ti-Â ger Â coaches Â spotted Â a Â Rebel Â weakness Â and Â took Â advantage. â€œThe Â defense Â was Â leaving Â a Â little Â bit Â of Â a Â hole Â up Â the Â middle, Â so Â thatâ€™s Â what Â our Â great Â coaching Â staff Â recognized,â€? Â KHVDLGÂł$QGZHMXVWNHSWIHHGLQJLW up Â the Â middle.â€? Smith Â said Â many Â of Â the Â yards Â came Â
ZLWK TXDUWHUEDFN $XVWLQ 5RELQVRQ reading Â the Â defense Â on Â the Â option Â play Â and Â seeing Â the Â best Â choice Â was Â Traut-Â wein, Â although Â Robinson Â (six Â carries, Â \DUGV LQFOXGLQJ DQ \DUG 7' run) Â also Â made Â an Â impact. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â just Â running Â option, Â and Â it Â could Â be Â the Â fullback, Â it Â could Â be Â the Â quarterback, Â it Â could Â be Â the Â halfback,â€? Â Smith Â said. Â â€œIf Â they Â want Â to Â start Â tak-Â ing Â way Â everything Â from Â us Â inside, Â weâ€™ll Â hit Â them Â outside.â€? There Â were Â momentum Â swings. Â 08+6KHOG6%RQLWVÂżUVWSRVVHVVLRQ but Â a Â great Â punt Â put Â the Â Tigers Â on Â their Â 2. Â Two Â Trautwein Â runs Â moved Â it Â to Â the Â (See Â Tigers, Â Page Â 36)
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EAGLE Â SENIOR Â MADI Â Wood, Â right, Â knocks Â the Â ball Â away Â from Â Tiger Â senior Â Kate Â Knowles Â during Â Fridayâ€™s Â game Â in Â Bristol. Â Mount Â Abraham Â won Â the Â game, Â 5-Â1. Â Below, Â Mount Â Abraham Â senior Â Samantha Â Driscoll Â scored Â a Â hat Â trick. Independent Â photos/Mark Â Bouvier
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Otter Â football Â beats Â Winooski WINOOSKI Â â€” Â The Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â football Â team Â pulled Â away Â from Â host Â Winooski Â in Â Fridayâ€™s Â second Â half Â to Â post Â a Â 47-Â19 Â Division Â III Â victory. Â Winooski Â re-Â mained Â winless Â at Â 0-Â7, Â while Â the Â Ot-Â ters Â improved Â to Â 4-Â2, Â 4-Â1 Â in Â Division Â III, Â and Â could Â be Â in Â good Â position Â to Â KRVWDÂżUVWURXQGSOD\RIIJDPH7KH\ host Â Oxbow Â at Â 1 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday. Â 7KUHH ÂżUVWKDOI 29 WXUQRYHUV DO-Â lowed Â the Â Spartans Â to Â keep Â the Â game Â close. Â The Â OV Â miscues Â including Â a Â 50-Âyard Â interception Â return Â by Â An-Â drew Â Decarreau Â that Â made Â it Â 14-Â12 Â and Â a Â fumble Â of Â the Â opening Â kickoff Â that Â was Â followed Â by Â Winooski Â quar-Â terback Â Kyle Â Bigelow Â hitting Â Austin Â Mayo Â for Â a Â 50-Âyard Â score. But Â OV Â running Â back Â Mike Â Win-Â slow Â rushed Â for Â more Â than Â 200 Â yards Â and Â three Â touchdowns, Â two Â in Â the Â third Â quarter Â as Â the Â Otters Â took Â com-Â mand. Â OV Â quarterback Â John Â Winslow Â contributed Â touchdown Â passes Â to Â Derek Â Bassette Â and Â Justin Â Wedin. Â Decarreau Â ran Â for Â a Â second-Âhalf Â TD Â for Â WHS. Â
Schedule HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Football 10/18 Â MUHS Â at Â Burlington Â Â ........... Â 7 Â p.m. 10/19 Â Oxbow Â at Â OV Â Â ...................... Â 1 Â p.m. 10/19 Â Poultney Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ............ Â 1 Â p.m. Field Hockey 10/14 Â Mt. Â Anthony Â at Â OV Â Â .............. Â 4 Â p.m. 10/15 Â S. Â Burlington Â at Â MUHS Â Â .. Â 3:45 Â p.m. 10/15 Â CVU Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ............. Â 3:45 Â p.m. 10/16 Â Bellows Â Falls Â at Â OV Â Â ............ Â 4 Â p.m. 10/17 Â MUHS Â at Â CVU Â Â ............... Â 3:45 Â p.m. 10/17 Â Mt. Â Abe Â at Â S. Â Burlington Â Â Â 3:45 Â p.m. 10/18 Â Woodstock Â at Â OV Â Â ............... Â 4 Â p.m. Girlsâ€™ Soccer 10/14 Â Woodstock Â at Â OV Â Â ............... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/15 Â VUHS Â at Â Missisquoi Â Â ........... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/15 Â MUHS Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ............... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/16 Â OV Â at Â Proctor Â Â ..................... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/18 Â MUHS Â at Â VUHS Â Â .................. Â 4 Â p.m. 10/18 Â Rice Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ................... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/19 Â OV Â at Â MSJ Â Â ........................ Â 10 Â a.m. Boysâ€™ Soccer 10/14 Â Mt. Â Abe Â at Â GMVS Â Â ............... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/15 Â Stratton Â at Â OV Â Â .................... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/16 Â Rice Â at Â Missisquoi Â Â .............. Â 4 Â p.m. 10/16 Â MUHS Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ............... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/18 Â Twin Â Valley Â at Â OV Â Â ............... Â 4 Â p.m. 10/19 Â MUHS Â at Â VUHS Â Â ................ Â 10 Â a.m. 10/19 Â Mt. Â Abe Â at Â Rice Â Â ................. Â 10 Â a.m. Cross Country 09/0HHWDW6SULQJÂżHOG Â . Â 3:30 Â p.m. 10/19 Â NVAC Â Meet Â at Â Missisquoi Â Â ...... Â 1:30 Â p.m. 10/26 Â State Â Meet Â at Â Thetford Â Â ....... Â 9 Â a.m. COLLEGE SPORTS Field Hockey 10/19 Â Midd. Â at Â Bates Â Â .................. Â 11 Â a.m. Menâ€™s Soccer 10/19 Â Midd. Â at Â Bates Â Â .................... Â 2 Â p.m. Â Womenâ€™s Soccer 10/19 Â Midd. Â at Â Bates Â Â ..................... Â Noon Football 10/19 Â Midd. Â at Â Bates Â Â .................... Â 1 Â p.m. Volleyball 10/18 Â Midd. Â at Â Conn. Â Â .................... Â 8 Â p.m. 10/19 Â Midd. Â at Â Tufts Â Â ...................... Â 2 Â p.m. Spectators Â are Â advised Â to Â consult Â school Â websites Â for Â the Â latest Â schedule Â updates. Â
Tigers (Continued Â from Â Page Â 34) 12. Â Robinson Â then Â faked Â to Â Trautwein, Â and Â ran Â wide Â right. Â On Â the Â sideline Â afterward Â he Â described Â what Â hap-Â pened Â next: Â â€œThere Â was Â nobody Â on Â the Â outside.â€? Â Robinson Â ran Â 88 Â yards Â untouched, Â and Â after Â a Â missed Â extra Â point Â it Â was Â 6-Â0. Â Two Â possessions Â later, Â Riehle Â hit Â Max Â Smith Â for Â 38 Â yards Â to Â put Â the Â Rebels Â on Â the Â Tiger Â 4. Â On Â second Â and Â goal Â from Â the Â 2, Â the Â Tigers Â smacked Â Contois Â and Â the Â ball Â popped Â into Â the Â end Â zone, Â where Â Robinson Â fell Â on Â it Â for Â a Â touchback. Â The Â Tigers Â moved Â again, Â with Â runs Â from Â Trautwein, Â Cul-Â len Â Hathaway Â and Â Sam Â Smith Â helping Â move Â the Â ball Â to Â the Â Rebel Â 33 Â as Â the Â ÂżUVWTXDUWHUHQGHG On Â the Â next Â play, Â Trautwein Â burst Â over Â the Â left Â side Â of Â the Â line Â (Sam Â Messenger Â at Â center, Â Holden Â Yildirim Â and Â Josh Â Stearns Â at Â guard, Â and Â Sam Â Usilton Â and Â James Â Ploof Â at Â tackle) Â and Â 33 Â yards Â into Â the Â end Â zone. Â Stea-Â rns Â tacked Â on Â the Â extra Â point, Â and Â it Â was Â 13-Â0. Â Then Â the Â Rebels Â came Â alive. Â After Â a Â touchback Â on Â Stearnsâ€™ Â kickoff, Â Con-Â tois Â shot Â up Â the Â middle Â for Â an Â 80-Âyard Â score, Â and Â it Â was Â 13-Â7 Â at Â 11:41 Â of Â the Â second. Â After Â a Â Tiger Â three-Âand-Âout, Â the Â Rebels Â moved Â 87 Â yards Â in Â 17 Â plays Â to Â take Â a Â 14-Â13 Â lead Â at Â 4:14. Â Riehle Â hit Â &DP1ROWLQJÂżYHWLPHVRQWKHGULYH including Â for Â a Â seven-Âyard Â touchdown Â on Â third-Âand-Âgoal Â and Â for Â 14 Â yards Â on Â fourth-Âand-Âsix Â from Â the Â Tiger Â 24. The Â Tigers Â had Â not Â surrendered Â 14 Â points Â this Â fall Â or Â trailed Â in Â the Â second Â 3$17+(5-2(<=(/.2:,7=MHWVXSÂżHOG Â against Â Williams Â College. Â Zelkowitz Â put Â Middlebury Â up Â for Â good Â with Â a Â fourth-Âquarter Â TD. quarter. Â But Â they Â answered. Â Runs Â by Â Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell Trautwein Â and Â Robinson Â moved Â the Â ball Â into Â SB Â territory, Â and Â Trautwein Â ran Â for Â three Â yards Â on Â fourth-Âand-Âone Â from Â the Â 27. Â From Â there, Â Robinson Â found Â Nick Â Felkl Â for Â 23 Â yards Â to Â the Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 34) )RRWH ÂżQLVKHG RI IRU SB Â 1. Â Trautwein Â then Â punched Â it Â in Â 20 Â with Â 6:57 Â remaining. Â Matt Â Rea Â yards. Â Zelkowitz Â accounted Â for Â and Â added Â the Â two-Âpoint Â conversion Â gained Â 25 Â yards Â up Â the Â middle Â on Â 135 Â total Â yards, Â with Â six Â catches Â third-Âand-Âtwo Â to Â move Â the Â Pan-Â for Â 67 Â yards. Â William Â Sadik-ÂKahn Â thers Â into Â Williams Â territory. Â Zel-Â caught Â six Â passes Â for Â 66 Â yards, Â kowitz Â reached Â the Â eight Â on Â a Â sev-Â Wheeler Â caught Â four Â balls Â for Â 69 Â en-Âyard Â rush Â up Â the Â middle. Â The Â yards, Â and Â Rea Â gained Â 68 Â yards Â on Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 34) following Â play, Â he Â carried Â the Â ball Â the Â ground. Â Will Â Bain Â led Â all Â tack-Â vey Â led Â OV Â with Â two Â goals, Â but Â Coach Â straight Â up Â the Â middle Â once Â again, Â lers Â with Â 16, Â Tim Â Patricia Â added Â 0XIÂżH+DUYH\WROGWKH5XWODQG+HU-Â scoring Â from Â eight Â yards Â out Â to Â put Â 10, Â and Â Matt Â Crimmins Â had Â seven Â ald Â he Â later Â suffered Â a Â concussion Â in Â his Â team Â on Â top, Â 21-Â14, Â at Â 4:03. with Â 1.5 Â sacks Â and Â a Â pair Â of Â pass Â a Â collision Â with Â the Â Arlington Â goalie Â Williams Â punted Â with Â 3:28 Â re-Â break-Âups. during Â a Â play Â that Â resulted Â in Â the Â goal-Â maining Â and Â then Â held Â the Â Pan-Â Marske Â completed Â 28 Â of Â 48 Â ieâ€™s Â ejection Â from Â the Â game. Â Â Â thers Â to Â get Â the Â ball Â back Â on Â their Â passes Â for Â 276 Â yards Â for Â Williams. Â Also Â scoring Â for Â the Â 5-Â7 Â Otters Â were Â own Â 34 Â with Â 1:00 Â left. Â The Â Ephs Â Scyocurka Â gained Â 62 Â yards Â on Â the Â Colton Â Leno, Â Ben Â Lones Â and Â Con-Â moved Â the Â ball Â to Â the Â Middlebury Â ground, Â while Â Greg Â Payton Â caught Â nor Â Gallipo Â each Â added Â a Â goal Â for Â the Â 48 Â before Â a Â completion Â with Â a Â lat-Â a Â game-Âhigh Â nine Â passes Â for Â 89 Â 5-Â7 Â Otters. Â Â Arlington Â is Â 6-Â5. eral Â and Â a Â fumble Â ended Â their Â scor-Â yards. Â Williams Â held Â a Â 401-Â358 Â COMMODORES ing Â bid Â on Â the Â Panther Â 37 Â with Â 12 Â edge Â in Â total Â yards. On Â Saturday, Â visiting Â Green Â Moun-Â seconds Â remaining. tain Â Valley Â edged Â the Â Commodores, Â
to Â make Â it Â 21-Â14, Â MUHS, Â at Â 0:41 Â and Â the Â half. Â 7KH7LJHUVVWDOOHGRQWKHLUÂżUVWSRV-Â session Â of Â the Â second Â half, Â but Â soon Â took Â over Â on Â the Â Rebel Â 41 Â after Â Bobby Â Ritter Â intercepted Â a Â pass Â that Â Stearns Â tipped. Â On Â the Â next Â play, Â Trautwein Â went Â off Â tackle Â to Â the Â left Â and Â scored Â EHKLQG VRPH JUHDW GRZQÂżHOG EORFN-Â ing. Â Stearnsâ€™ Â kick Â made Â it Â 28-Â14 Â at Â 4:25 Â of Â the Â third. Â Soon, Â miscues Â hurt Â the Â Rebels Â again. Â Usilton Â sniffed Â out Â a Â screen Â pass, Â picked Â it Â off Â at Â the Â Rebel Â 38 Â and Â returned Â it Â 30 Â yards Â to Â the Â eight. Â Traut-Â wein Â bulled Â in Â from Â there, Â and Â it Â was Â 35-Â14 Â with Â 9:51 Â to Â go. Â Next, Â Connor Â Quinn Â picked Â off Â Riehle Â at Â the Â 50. Â After Â two Â Robinson Â runs Â and Â a Â 29-Âyard Â Trautwein Â dash, Â Robinson Â hit Â Nathan Â Peck Â in Â the Â back Â of Â the Â end Â zone Â from Â 7 Â yards Â out Â to Â make Â it Â 42-Â14 Â at Â 6:05. SB Â moved Â 80 Â yards Â for Â a Â consola-Â WLRQVFRUHDÂżYH\DUGSDVVWR&RQWRLV DW 5LHKOH ÂżQLVKHG RI IRU 163 Â yards, Â while Â Robinson Â was Â two Â for Â four Â for Â a Â net Â of Â 18 Â yards. The Â Tigers Â and Â their Â coach Â were Â happy Â to Â win Â Fridayâ€™s Â showdown, Â but Â said Â they Â still Â have Â larger Â goals Â in Â PLQGÂ˛WKH',ÂżQDOFRPHVLQ5XW-Â land Â in Â the Â second Â weekend Â of Â No-Â vember, Â and Â to Â get Â there Â means Â three Â more Â victories. Â â€œIt Â feels Â great Â to Â stay Â undefeated, Â but Â itâ€™s Â just Â another Â win,â€? Â Trautwein Â said. Â â€œWe Â still Â have Â to Â go Â up Â to Â Bur-Â lington Â next Â week, Â and Â we Â have Â to Â have Â a Â big Â performance.â€? Â Smith Â also Â tried Â to Â downplay Â the Â re-Â sult, Â although Â he Â acknowledged Â what Â produced Â it. Â Â â€œIt Â just Â means Â weâ€™re Â 7-Â0 Â right Â now. Â <HDKZHÂśOOSUREDEO\EHWKHÂżUVWVHHG going Â into Â the Â playoffs. Â But Â weâ€™ve Â go Â to Â show Â up Â next Â week, Â take Â care Â of Â business Â and Â then Â get Â ready Â for Â the Â playoffs,â€? Â he Â said. Â
Boysâ€™ Â soccer 1-Â0, Â on Â a Â Phil Â Ratte Â goal Â midway Â WKURXJKWKHÂżUVWKDOI$W*096 has Â lost Â only Â to Â Mount Â Abe. Â VUHS Â dropped Â to Â 3-Â8-Â1 Â despite Â six Â saves Â from Â goalie Â Dylan Â Raymond. Â Gumby Â keeper Â Max Â Stamler Â stopped Â six Â shots. Â TIGERS On Â Friday, Â visiting Â Rice Â defeated Â the Â Tigers, Â 3-Â0. Â MUHS Â goalie Â Bo Â Tran Â stopped Â a Â dozen Â shots, Â and Â the Â Tigers Â came Â up Â short Â despite Â launching Â 10 Â shots. Â MUHS Â coach Â Bret Â Weekes Â said Â Gabrio Â McCarty Â played Â well Â for Â his Â 1-Â11 Â squad. Â
Girlsâ€™ Â soccer: Â Mount Â Abe Â stomps Â visiting Â Missisquoi ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â Mount Â Abraham Â was Â the Â only Â winner Â in Â area Â girlsâ€™ Â high Â school Â girlsâ€™ Â soccer Â action Â late Â last Â week, Â as Â the Â Eagles Â won Â at Â home. Â Vergennes Â dropped Â a Â road Â game, Â Middlebury Â lost Â twice, Â and Â Otter Â Valley Â (1-Â10) Â was Â idle. EAGLES Mount Â Abe Â dropped Â visiting Â Missisquoi Â on Â Saturday, Â 4-Â0. Â Four Â Eagles Â scored, Â Ashlie Â Fay, Â from Â Isabel Â Brennan, Â and Â Harlie Â Vin-Â
cent, Â from Â M.K. Â Charnley, Â in Â the Â ÂżUVW KDOI DQG Brittany Â Atkins Â and Â Charnley Â after Â intermission. Â Zoe Â Cassels-ÂBrown Â returned Â from Â in-Â jury Â to Â the Â Eagle Â goal Â and Â posted Â a Â two-Âsave Â shutout, Â and Â Jenne Â Hull Â made Â eight Â saves Â for Â MVU. Â The Â Eagles Â improved Â to Â 7-Â3-Â1 Â overall Â and Â closed Â in Â on Â the Â Lake Â Division Â title Â with Â a Â 5-Â1-Â1 Â league Â mark. Â MVU Â dropped Â to Â 4-Â8. Â The Â Eagles Â were Â set Â to Â host Â
VUHS Â on Â Oct. Â 9, Â but Â the Â game Â was Â called Â off;Íž Â it Â is Â uncertain Â if Â it Â will Â be Â rescheduled. Â COMMODORES On Â Friday, Â host Â Milton Â bested Â VUHS, Â 2-Â0, Â on Â early Â goals Â from Â Erin Â Turner Â and Â Brooke Â Phillips. Â Goalie Â Kayleigh Â Reid Â made Â six Â saves Â as Â Milton Â improved Â to Â 9-Â2-Â1. Â VUHS Â dropped Â to Â 5-Â6 Â despite Â 13 Â saves Â from Â K.C. Â Ambrose. Â Â Â TIGERS
On Â Wednesday Â visiting Â Mil-Â ton Â topped Â the Â Tigers, Â 2-Â0. Â Milton Â VFRUHGJRDOVODWHLQWKHÂżUVWDQGHDU-Â ly Â in Â the Â second Â halves. Â MUHS Â lost Â despite Â 15 Â saves Â from Â goalie Â Riley Â Fenster. Â Miltonâ€™s Â Logan Â Sweeney Â recorded Â four Â stops Â as Â her Â team Â im-Â proved Â to Â 8-Â2-Â1. On Â Saturday, Â host Â Rice Â improved Â to Â 8-Â3-Â1 Â with Â a Â 9-Â0 Â victory Â over Â the Â Tigers, Â who Â dropped Â to Â 2-Â10. Â
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Homeward Â Bound Â will Â host Â legislative Â meeting MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Homeward Â Bound Â Animal Â Welfare Â Center Â in Â Middlebury Â will Â host Â a Â meet-Â ing Â of Â the Â Humane Â Society Â of Â the Â United Â States Â on Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 29, Â from Â 6-Â7:30 Â p.m. Â Humane Â Society Â members, Â supporters, Â and Â other Â animal Â advocates Â are Â invited Â to Â join Â Northeastern Â Regional Â Director Â Joanne Â Bourbeau Â to Â discuss Â current Â issues Â and Â learn Â what Â can Â be Â done Â for Â animals Â in Â
Vermont. The Â meeting Â will Â address Â the Â current Â state Â of Â animal Â welfare Â legislation Â affecting Â both Â compan-Â ion Â animals Â and Â farm Â animals, Â as Â well Â as Â how Â people Â can Â get Â more Â involved Â locally Â and Â state-Â wide Â to Â improve Â these Â animalsâ€™ Â legal Â protections. Â Anyone Â who Â is Â concerned Â with Â puppy Â mills Â or Â farm Â animal Â welfare Â or Â interested Â in Â creating Â a Â more Â compassionate Â
Vermont Â is Â encouraged Â to Â attend. Â People Â who Â have Â attended Â one Â of Â these Â grassroots Â events Â before Â are Â asked Â to Â come Â again Â for Â this Â unique Â series Â to Â meet Â other Â animal Â advocates, Â sheltering Â staff, Â and Â animal Â control Â representatives Â who Â share Â a Â concern Â for Â animals. Since Â 1975, Â the Â Addison Â County Â Humane Â Society, Â dba Â Homeward Â Bound Â Animal Â Welfare Â Center, Â has Â provided Â temporary Â shelter Â for Â
more Â than Â 20,000 Â lost, Â abandoned, Â abused Â or Â surrendered Â animals. Â As Â the Â only Â animal Â shelter Â in Â Addison Â County, Â its Â programs Â and Â services Â meet Â a Â wide Â array Â of Â critical Â animal Â welfare Â needs, Â which Â are Â provided Â without Â any Â county, Â state Â or Â federal Â funding. Â Â Homeward Â Bound Â is Â located Â at Â 236 Â Boardman Â St. Â For Â more Â infor-Â mation, Â call Â Jessica Â Danyow Â at Â 388-Â1100.
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The Â Addison Â County Â Solid Â Waste Â Management Â District Â (District) Â is Â requesting Â your Â cooperation Â during Â the Â upcoming Â construction Â at Â the Â Districtâ€™s Â Transfer Â Station Â on Â Rt. Â 7 Â in Â Middlebury, Â VT. Â The Â project Â will Â commence Â with Â land Â clearing Â and Â blasting Â of Â ledge Â the Â week Â of Â October Â 7, Â 2013. Â The Â general Â site Â safety Â improvements Â are Â designed Â to Â SURPRWHVDIHUDQGPRUHHIÂżFLHQWWUDIÂżFĂ€RZRQVLWHIRURXUFXVWRPHUV The Â project Â also Â includes: Â Â Construction Â of Â a Â new Â 1,400-Âsq.ft. Â Special Â Waste Â Storage Â Building, Â access Â road, Â and Â tip Â wall;Íž Â lighting Â and Â gate Â improvements Â within Â the Â existing Â blue Â building;Íž Â and Â construction Â of Â DQH[WHQVLRQRIWKH'LVWULFW2IÂżFH%XLOGLQJ7KHSURMHFWLVH[SHFWHGWR continue Â until Â June Â 2014. Â The Â Transfer Â Station Â will Â continue Â to Â operate Â during Â its Â regular Â hours, Â with Â only Â temporary, Â short-Âterm Â delays Â and Â occasional Â changes Â in Â on-Â VLWHWUDIÂżFSDWWHUQV7KH'LVWULFWDSSUHFLDWHV\RXUSDWLHQFHGXULQJWKLV construction Â period. Â In Â order Â to Â ensure Â customer Â safety, Â we Â ask Â that Â you Â remain Â alert Â while Â onsite Â and Â follow Â the Â directions Â of Â Transfer Â Station Â staff.
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Your pet wants to be in the ADDISON INDEPENDENT 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.
Munchie (a k a the Munchinator) is an 11-yearold formerly feral kitten turned House Princess. She enjoys porch sitting, couch lounging, bed napping, and her blanket roll. Munchie loves to boss her dog-sister and humans around, but she is so cute, she always gets away with it. She has
grown a bit round over the years, but wears it well. She is very affectionate, and is living proof that stray cats make awesome pets! Judi Fisher Panton
PETS IN NEED HOMEWARD BOUND ANIMAL WELFARE CENTER Â Â What Â a Â handsome Â oleâ€™ Â boy! Â Iâ€™m Â Barnaby, Â one Â of Â the Â several Â handsome, Â fun Â and Â friendly Â dogs Â here Â at Â the Â shelter. Â Iâ€™m Â an Â affectionate Â and Â loving Â canine Â who Â you Â will Â fall Â right Â in Â love Â with. Â I Â am Â playful, Â smart, Â active Â and Â can Â be Â a Â lap Â dog Â at Â times. Â I Â may Â be Â adult Â in Â age, Â but Â Iâ€™m Â in Â great Â health Â and Â still Â have Â a Â pep Â in Â my Â step! Â Â Â I Â am Â very Â smart Â and Â know Â some Â good Â basic Â commands Â such Â as Â sit, Â stay, Â come Â and Â lie Â down. Â Iâ€™m Â very Â good Â on Â the Â leash Â too! Â I Â love Â to Â play Â and Â I Â enjoy Â the Â company Â of Â other Â dogs. Â Â I Â tend Â to Â chase Â cats Â and Â young Â children Â make Â me Â anxious. Â Â Â If Â you Â are Â looking Â for Â a Â loving Â and Â gentle Â dog Â who Â will Â keep Â you Â company Â and Â happily Â welcome Â you Â home Â every Â day, Â then Â Iâ€™m Â your Â boy! Â Â Please Â come Â meet Â me Â today Â and Â see Â what Â a Â handsome, Â sweet Â dog Â I Â am! Â
Â Â What Â a Â pretty Â gal, Â right??? Â Iâ€™m Â Pumpkin, Â one Â of Â the Â beautiful, Â sweet, Â and Â lovely Â kitties Â here Â at Â the Â shelter. Â Â Â My Â previous Â owner Â had Â to Â move Â and Â could Â not Â take Â me Â with Â him. Â Â I Â love Â to Â be Â patted Â and Â talked Â to. Â I Â would Â do Â best Â in Â a Â calm Â home Â with Â some Â nice, Â sunny Â spots Â to Â nap. Â I Â donâ€™t Â seem Â to Â care Â for Â the Â other Â kitties Â here Â and Â my Â experience Â with Â dogs Â is Â very Â limited. Â Â Â Â Iâ€™m Â just Â simply Â a Â sweet Â and Â gentle Â gal Â who Â is Â anxiously Â awaiting Â a Â loving, Â forever Â home. Â I Â will Â make Â someone Â a Â loving Â and Â loyal Â companion Â if Â just Â given Â the Â chance. Â Take Â me Â home Â and Â see Â for Â yourself! Â Iâ€™m Â very Â pretty! Â Â
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Cards Â of Â Thanks
Public Â Meetings
Public Â Meetings
THANK Â YOU Â HOLY Â Spirit Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â and Â St. Â Jude Â for Â prayers Â an-Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â swered. Â V.B. SATURDAY: Â Discussion Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â Meeting Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Public Â Meetings Church. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleas-Â 10:00-Â11:00 Â AM. Â Womenâ€™s Â ant Â Street. Â Discussion Â Meet-Â AL-ÂANON: Â FOR Â FAMILIES Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Be-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Womenâ€™s Â and Â friends Â affected Â by Â some-Â ginners Â Meeting Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â Meeting Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â PM. Â Both Â oneâ€™s Â drinking. Â Members Â PM. Â These Â three Â meetings Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â share Â experience, Â strength Â are Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â and Â hope Â to Â solve Â common Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. problems. Â Newcomers Â wel-Â Middlebury. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â come. Â Confidential. Â St. Â Ste-Â phenâ€™s Â Church Â (use Â front Â side Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â door Â and Â go Â to Â second Â floor) Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Step Â Meet-Â in Â Middlebury, Â Sunday Â nights Â FRIDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALTEEN Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turn-Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â 7:15-Â8:15pm. ing Â Point Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Point, Â 228 Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â ALATEEN: Â FOR Â YOUNG Â Middlebury. Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â PEOPLE Â whoâ€™ve Â been Â af-Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â fected Â by Â someoneâ€™s Â drink-Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â ing. Â Members Â share Â experi-Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marble-Â ence, Â strength, Â hope Â to Â solve Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meet-Â works, Â Middlebury. 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 ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â downstairs Â in Â Turning Â Point Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â Center Â of Â Addison Â County Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â in Â Middlebury Â Marbleworks. Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â (Al-ÂAnon Â meets Â at Â same Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green). Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â time Â nearby Â at Â St. Â Stephens Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Church. Middlebury.
Services The Volunteer Center, a collaboration of RSVP and the United Way of Addison County, posts dozens of volunteer opportunities on the Web. Go to www. unitedwayaddisoncounty .org/VolunteerDonate and click on VOLUNTEER NOW!
Seeking Pumpkin Technicians AND Pumpkins! Every year, volunteers wash, clean and carve hundreds of pumpkins in preparation for Helen Porter Health Care Yf\J]`YZadalYlagfk@Yddgo]]f=pljYnY_YfrY&L`]ajeYaf [gmjlqYj\ ak Ăšdd]\ oal` Z]Ymla^mddq%dal [j]Ylagfk l`Yl l`] [geemfalqakafnal]\lgk]]&L`akq]Yj$`go]n]j$l`]j]`Yk Z]]fYhmehcafk`gjlY_]\m]lgl`]o]lkmee]j$kga^qgm have pumpkins to spare, HPHCR would welcome them! If qgmYj]afl]j]kl]\af`]dhaf_oal`l`]hmehcafhj]hYjYlagf \mjaf_l`]o]]cg^G[lgZ]j*)%*-$hd]Yk][Ydd+00%/(,,& Families welcome!
L o c a l age n c ie s c a n p o s t t h e i r v o l u n te e r ne e d s w i t h Th e Vo l u n te e r C e n te r by c a l l i ng RSV P at 388-7044.
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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.
OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â TUESDAYS Â at Â Turn-Â ing Â Point Â Center Â (upstairs Â meeting Â room), Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â Marble Â Works, Â Middlebury. Â For Â info Â call: Â 802-Â352-Â4525 Â or Â 802-Â388-Â7081.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEETINGS: Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â Congre-Â gational Â Church, Â New Â Haven Â Village Â Green. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â Mon-Â day, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â BRANDON Â MEETINGS: Â Monday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â RT Â 7 Â South.
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. OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â SATURDAYS Â at Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library, Â 1:00pm. Â 40 Â North Â Street, Â Bris-Â tol. Â For Â info Â call: Â 802-Â453-Â2368 Â or Â 802-Â388-Â7081.
BRUSH Â CHIPPING: Â $75 Â / Â hour. Â Fully Â insured. Â 802-Â558-Â5244. C&I Â DRYWALL. Â Hanging, Â taping Â and Â skim Â coat Â plas-Â tering. Â Also Â tile. Â Call Â Joe Â 802-Â234-Â5545. CHAIN Â SAW Â CHAINS Â sharp-Â ened. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095.
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began Â volunteering Â when Â she Â retired Â from Â work, Â saying: Â Â â€œI Â loved Â catering Â to Â my Â 11 Â grandkids Â and Â 4 Â great Â grandkids Â but Â I Â just Â wasnâ€™t Â busy Â enough! Â Â I Â wanted Â to Â get Â out Â and Â meet Â people Â â€“ Â I Â enjoy Â the Â conversations! Â Â But Â mostly, Â I Â just Â wanted Â to Â be Â help-Â ful.â€? Â Â Barb Â certainly Â achieved Â her Â goal: Â Â She Â has Â vol-Â unteered Â for Â the Â Festival Â on Â the Â Green, Â the Â Make Â a Â Wish Â Foundation, Â and Â was Â an Â original Â member Â of Â )ULHQGVRI0LGGOHEXU\+RFNH\6KHZDVDQRIÂżFHU for Â the Â Daughters Â of Â the Â American Â Revolution, Â the Â secretary Â of Â the Â Middlebury Â Fire Â Department Â and Â a Â volunteer Â at Â Round Â Robin. Â Â She Â currently Â volunteers Â at Â Neat Â Repeats Â and Â serves Â on Â the Â Reparative Â Board Â of Â the Â Addison Â County Â Court Â Diversion Â and Â Com-Â munity Â Justice Â Projects. Â Â Good Â work, Â Barb!
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THE Â HELENBACH Â CANCER Â Support Â Group Â is Â an Â indepen-Â dent Â group Â of Â people Â who Â are Â dealing Â with, Â have Â dealt Â with, Â and Â who Â know Â people Â with Â cancer. Â We Â meet Â on Â an Â irregularly Â regular Â basis Â (if Â there Â is Â a Â need, Â we Â meet!) Â at Â the Â Mary Â Johnson Â Child Â Care Â Center Â on Â Water Â St. Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Â Good Â home-Âmade Â treats Â are Â always Â available Â and Â all Â meetings Â are Â free. Â Our Â theme Â song Â has Â been Â Bill Â Witherâ€™s Â â€œLean Â on Â Me, Â when Â youâ€™re Â not Â strong, Â Iâ€™ll Â be Â your Â friend, Â Iâ€™ll Â help Â you Â carry Â on..for Â it Â wonâ€™t Â be Â long, Â â€˜til Â Iâ€™m Â gonna Â need, Â somebody Â to Â lean Â on.â€? Â Come Â be Â a Â leaner, Â be Â a Â supporter, Â be Â part Â of Â something Â that Â gives Â strength Â by Â sharing Â love. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â6107 Â with Â questions.
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FALL Â CLEAN Â UP, Â brush Â trim-Â ming, Â hedge Â trimming, Â power Â washing, Â light Â trucking. Â Small Â carpentry Â jobs, Â maintenance Â and Â repairs. Â Geneâ€™s Â Property Â Management, Â Leicester, Â Vt. Â Fully Â insured. Â 802-Â349-Â6579. Â Call Â for Â a Â free Â estimate.
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. FRESH Â WOOD Â CHIPS Â from Â local Â tree Â service. Â Must Â ac-Â cept Â full Â truckloads. Â Free Â to Â Shoreham Â & Â nearby Â area. Â Call Â 802-Â558-Â5244.
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.
DELI Â ASSISTANT Â MANAG-Â ER: Â Middlebury Â Natural Â Foods Â Co-Âop Â seeks Â full Â time Â assistant Â manager Â in Â our Â kitchen. Â Ideal Â candidate Â has Â professional Â kitchen Â and Â supervisory Â expe-Â rience, Â excellent Â people Â skills, Â and Â food Â safety Â knowledge. Â Experience Â leading Â others, Â providing Â excellent Â custom-Â er Â service, Â and Â thriving Â in Â a Â multitasking Â environment Â is Â a Â must. Â Proven Â experience Â with Â ordering Â and Â menu Â de-Â veloping Â important. 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.
COMMUNITY Â SUPPORT Â PERSON Â for Â young Â adult, Â 16 Â hours Â / Â week. Â Tuesday-ÂFriday Â ORWELL Â CAT Â STILL Â MISS-Â plus Â transportation. Â Call Â Ni-Â ING: Â Ran Â into Â woods Â behind Â cole Â 802-Â273-Â3307 Â or Â Vicki Â house Â on Â Main Â Street Â on Â 8/18. Â 802-Â236-Â4136. Dark Â brown Â / Â black Â tiger Â tabby Â COMPANION Â FOR Â SENIOR Â with Â white Â paws, Â belly, Â chest, Â Citizen Â wanted. Â For Â details Â call Â and Â patch Â under Â chin. Â Has Â 802-Â349-Â4532. extra Â toes Â on Â front Â paws. Â Is Â micro Â chipped. Â Name Â is Â Ran-Â dall. Â Please Â call Â 631-Â338-Â7130 Â with Â any Â information.
Garage Â Sales FINAL Â DAY Â MOVING Â Sale: Â Saturday Â 10/19. Â 9am-Â5pm. Â 52 Â East Â St. Â in Â Bristol, Â almost Â everything Â must Â go. Â Make Â an Â offer! ORWELL; Â INSIDE, Â RAIN Â OR Â SHINE! Â Newly Â discovered Â distinctive Â treasures Â and Â awe-Â some Â antiques. Â Top Â dollar Â paid Â for Â antique Â guns Â and Â cannons. Â 400 Â Main Â Street, Â Saturday Â and Â Sunday, Â October Â 19 Â + Â 20. Â 9am-Â5pm. Â Signs.
SNOW Â PLOWING Â AND Â sand-Â ing Â services. Â 802-Â352-Â1034, Â 802-Â349-Â5457.
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METICULOUS Â RESIDEN-Â TIAL Â CLEANING Â Servic-Â es. Â 12 Â years Â experience. Â Fully Â insured. Â Call Â Leigh. Â STEELCASE Â STENO Â DESK Â from Â the Â 1950s Â and Â built Â the Â 802-Â282-Â1903. way Â the Â cars Â were Â then! Â PRIVATE Â CARE Â GIVING Â Spring-Âloaded, Â hide-Âaway Â Services. Â 20 Â years Â experi-Â typewriter Â shelf Â (perfect Â for Â ence. Â References. Â Call Â Leigh. Â keyboard Â or Â printer), Â three Â side Â drawers, Â partitioned Â cen-Â 802-Â282-Â1903. ter Â drawer. Â Take Â it, Â its Â yours! Â RETIRED Â DAD Â SEEKING Â 802-Â545-Â2468 Â 10am-Â7pm. part Â time Â work Â / Â o dd Â jobs. Â Have Â dependable Â car Â and Â pickup Â truck. Â Will Â also Â do Â any Â type Â of Â deliveries, Â errands, Â etc. Â Call Â with Â your Â needs, Â 802-Â453-Â4235.
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MIDDLEBURY UNION MIDDLE SCHOOL Assistant Drama Director Middlebury Union Middle School is seeking an %WWMWXERX(VEQE(MVIGXSV5YEPMÂ˝IHETTPMGERXW [MPPFIÂžI\MFPIERHIRIVKIXMGERHLEZITVIZMSYW HVEQEHMVIGXMRKI\TIVMIRGI TVIJIVVIH ERHXLI ability to communicate with and relate to middle school students. Anyone interested should contact: .IRRIJIV)EXSR(IERSJ7XYHIRXW%GXMZMXMIW Director at 382-1202. 4SWMXMSR3TIR9RXMP*MPPIH )3)
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SEEKING RESPONSIBLE ADULT to care for our one year old female German Short hair Pointer in our home. Hours vary and would include occasional staying at our home when we travel overnight. This is an active breed of dog and and re- quires lots of attention and exercise, duties would include several daily walks. Please call 802-310-0380 to inquire. References required.
NEEDED: PART TIME eve- ning and night position for a loving and kind person to care for seniors in a home atmosphere. Holistically we incorporate organic nutrition, integrative medicine and a wide variety of fun activities. LNA or equivalent is desired. If you are a team player and reliable please send your re- sume to email@example.com .
STAFFED LIVING: Residen- tial Instructors sought for a home in Middlebury, support- ing a woman in her 30’s with mild developmental disability. Most important skills are flex- ible thinking and the ability to maintain personal boundaries. Support needed in learning emotional regulation, gain- ing home management skills, building friendships, develop- ing interests outside home and improving communica- tion. 36 hours includes one overnight, 43 hours includes two overnights, 3 days off a week. Comprehensive benefit package including on-site gym membership. Re- spond to CSAC HR, 89 Main Street, Middlebury, VT 05753, 802-388-6751, ext. 425, or www. visit HYPERLINK “http: / / csac-vt.org / “www.csac-vt.org.
DEVELOPMENTAL HOME PROVIDER for charming 73 year old woman with devel- opmental disability. Should be familiar with the needs of older adults, including fall prevention, personal care, dietary needs, and be able to offer caring companionship. Though she is ambulatory, 1st floor bedroom is necessary. She enjoys music, community events, especially holidays! Goal to be part of a family, not a resident in a community care home setting. Annual tax-free stipend of over $20,000, room and board payment of $8,300, plus respite budget. Call Sha- ron Tierra at Community As- sociates 388-4021.
DEVELOPMENTAL HOME PROVIDER for a young man (age 21) with a slight intel- lectual disability. Needs sup- port and mentoring to build an adult life for himself. He’s interested in maple sugaring, fishing, most things Vermont. If you’ve successfully parent- ed a teen or been a foster care provider, you may be a match! Tax-free stipend of $28,000 + ample respite budget + room & board payment. Contact Kim McCarty at Community Asso- ciates for more info. 388-4021
PRODUCTION / PACK HELP NEEDED: Vergennes. Food service company in Vergennes seeking help with Production / Pack on Saturday night and Sunday morning. If you are a go-getter with a positive at- titude, and attention to detail, come work with us in a fun and busy environment. Competi- tive pay. Interviewing for im- mediate start. Please email resume and 3 references to firstname.lastname@example.org .
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKER: This full time posi- tion requires a CDL and the ability to respond to emer- gencies and snow removal outside of regular working hours. The ideal candidate will have some experience in highway maintenance, construction procedures and methods, and the operation of large trucks. The town offers excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance and a retirement plan. An ap- plication may be obtained by calling the Monkton Town Hall at 802-453-3800. Completed applications must be received no later than November 1, 2013. SHARED LIVING PROVIDER for a 48 year old man who enjoys simple things in life. This gentleman with a mild de- velopmental disability enjoys fishing, going out for coffee, working in the yard, visiting with others and doing some traveling. This home needs to be alcohol-free and have no children. You will receive a generous tax-free stipend of $25,000 plus room and board of $7,800, as well as a respite budget. Please call Kim McCarty at Community Associates for more details. 388-4021
Part-Time Winter Position Highway Department Town of Middlebury The Town of Middlebury has a part-time position open in the highway department. Anticipated work period is from December 1, 2013 until March 30, 2014. Duties include snowplowing, sidewalk clearing, and typical highway department functions. Must have Commercial Driver’s License or learner’s permit valid in the State of Vermont. Ability to operate front loader machine. Must be able to respond to winter callins, including after-hours work (nights and weekends). Applications may be obtained from the Town Manager’s Office or at townofmiddlebury.org. (go to Middlebury information & links, then employment opportunities).
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JOB FAIR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2013 9AM UNTIL 2PM All Positions Available Fill out application and schedule an interview prior to Job Fair. Come join our amazing team! Apply in person at Dunkin Donuts 16 Court Street Middlebury, VT 05753
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T H E V E R M O N T L A N D TRUST seeks a long-term partnership with an organi- zation or individual to man- age our lease 180-acre farm (approximately 100 tillable, the rest pasture) in Jeffer- sonville, VT. Includes house with 50-cow barn setup for milking (funding available for improvements). All types of agricultural plans considered. A sound resource manage- ment plan is required and community connection or edu- cational component is desired. For more information, www. vlt.org / westfarm, or call Nick Richardson at 802-262-1214.
ADDISON: LAKE CHAM- PLAIN waterfront camp. Beautiful view, gorgeous sun- sets, private beach, dock, rowboat and canoe included. $600. weekly, or call for week- ends. 802-349-4212.
For Sale ATLANTA STOVE WORKS free-standing cast iron fireplace. Make an offer. 802-349-6579.
For Rent 1BR APARTMENT $700, heat included, W/D, dishwasher. Leicester. References, de- posit, lease. 802-349-9733. 2 BEDROOM APT. Totally remodeled. Includes heat, water, sewer, electric; with garage available. $1300 / mo. 802-388-4831. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, com- pletely furnished for 8 month winter rental on Lake Dun- more. Very energy efficient, washer and dryer, 85’ of frontage, no pets, no smok- ing. $ 900 / mo. plus utilities. 802-352-6678.
FORKLIFT, HYSTER INDUS- TRIAL lift truck, model H90-C, propane, 9000 lb. lift, dual 2 B E D R O O M R U S T I C wheel, side shift, 12’ lift height. HOUSE in Salisbury with $7500. 802-352-6678. access to Lake Dunmore. For winter rental and possibly longer. Nice, level yard, fire- place, stove, refrigerator and FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC sun porch. $800 / month plus STACKING Washer / D ryer utilities. No smoking. Pets laundry center. Excellent, negotiable. 802-352-6678. working condition and clean. Offering for a bargain at $600 2 BEDROOM, FIRST floor OBO for the pair. Call Christy apartment with office in Middlebury, 85 Court Street. at 802-349-4778. Full basement, W/D hook-up, off-street parking. Lawn, snow plowing and appliances in- FUEL TANKS: (1.) 110 gallon cluded. $1000 / mo. No pets with pump and meter. (2.) 70 or smoking. Credit, refer- gallon without pump. Call Al ences and lease required. 802-352-6678. 802-373-3024.
GUN CABINET, HOLDS 8 guns. Glass sliding doors and lock-in drawer. $50. Child’s white desk and chair, $25. 877-2527. RAINY SUMMER BARREL SALE — THE BARREL MAN: 55 gallon Plastic and Metal barrels. Several types: 55 gal- lon rain barrels with faucets, Food grade with removable locking covers, plastic food grade with spin-on covers (pickle barrels). Also, 275 gal- lon food grade totes $125 each. Delivery available. 802-453-4235. ROUND BALES, FIRST cut, $20 loaded. Firewood, dry, cut, split. $190 / cord. You truck. 802-247-6061. SEMI PRECIOUS STONE Globe. 3 ft. tall, 10 inch d i a m e t e r. C o m p a s s o n bronze colored base. $220. 802-425-6242. TWO EDEN PURE radiant heaters. One Amish heater. $75. each. 802-453-3870.
BRISTOL OFFICE SPACE: Located in the Old High School building by the town green, 310 sf., high ceilings, nice natural light, wood floors, ceiling fan, wainscoting. Per- For Rent fect home for a small office. $380 / month includes heat 2000 SQUARE FEET Pro- and electricity. Fitness cen- fessional office space in ter, yoga studio, non-profits Middlebury, multi-room. and alternative health prac- Ground level, parking, hand- titioners call this complex icapped-accessible. Available home, plus five new office now. 802-558-6092. suites coming this fall. Lease 5000 SQUARE FEET MANU- required. Call 802-453-4065. FACTURING space avail- BRISTOL, SINGLE CAR ga- able in Middlebury industrial rage at 28 North Street. Great park. Call for information. for extra car, boat or storage. 802-349-8544. 1 year lease required. $100 / AUTO STORAGE; MONTH- mo. 802-453-4065. LY, seasonal and yearly CORNWALL EFFICIENCY heated storage. Reasonable APARTMENT clean and rates. 802-877-3207. quiet. $650 includes all. BRIDPORT: 2 BEDROOM, 989-8124. ground floor apartment, $750 C O R N W A L L : S U N N Y / m onth, includes electric. APARTMENT for rent. Choice Also large 1 bedroom, sec- of 2 bedroom, 1 bath ($850) ond floor apartment, $650 / or 4 bedroom, 2 bath ($1150). month, includes electric. Ref- Includes heat, hot water, par- erences and deposit required. tial electric. Located on 12 802-758-2436. acres, quiet country setting. BRIDPORT: 3 BEDROOM, 2 Call 347-390-1843 9am-5pm bath ranch house, attached or 802-238-1993 after 6pm. double garage built 2007. Available immediately. Appliances included. Efficient FERRISBURGH / VER- gas furnace, other extras. No GENNES 4 BEDROOM 2 smoking / pets. $1250. First, bath cozy cape on 10 private last, security required. 1 year acres. Lots of sunlight. Great lease. References / credit re- room with wood stove. Big port. Available December 1. closets, large open kitchen. 802-758-2369, cggile@juno. Finished basement. 7 miles com 802-345-2541. East of Vergennes. Walk BRISTOL 2 BEDROOM 1 to Lake Champlain. Karla Bath efficient gas heat and 802-377-7445. new windows. Excellent LOVELY 3 BEDROOM house condition. Water and sewer in South Lincoln. Open floor included. No pets or smoking. space, newly renovated. $850 / month. 802-635-9716. Furnishing optional. Nice yard. No pets or smok- ing. References and secu- rity deposit. $1100 / mo. Call 802-388-7218.
It’s against the law to discriminate when advertising housing related activities. Particularly on sites like Craigslist. And it’s easier to break the law than you might think. You can’t say “no children” or “adults only.” There is lots you can’t say. The federal government is watching for such discrimination. Let us help you sift through the complexities of the Fair Housing Law. Stay legal. Stay on the right side of the nation’s Fair Housing Law. Call the Addison Independent at (802) 388-4944. Talk to our sales professionals.
S T O R A G E S P A C E S , 11’X28’. Large overhead doors, extra high ceilings. Will accommodate large campers, boats or lots of stuff. Call 802-388-8394.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE. Historic Bristol vil- lage house, quiet mountain- side neighborhood. 3 minute walk to Main Street. Can build to suit. 140-1100sq. ft. space available. Tommie 802-453-2449. 802-349-2271.
Wood Heat CENTRAL BOILER MAXIM Att. Farmers Outdoor wood pellet furnace provides safe, clean, efficient 28 ACRES OF standing corn heat. Features automatic for sale is Shoreham. $550 / power ignition. Boivin Farm acre, 802-683-6394. Supply. Call 802-236-2389. HAY FOR SALE: First cut $3 / square bale. First cut round bales $30. Mike Quinn, end of South Munger Street, FIREWOOD: CUT, SPLIT, Middlebury. 802-388-7828. delivered. Call 802-388-7300. HAY FOR SALE: First and FIREWOOD; CUT, SPLIT Second cut. Small square and delivered. Green or sea- and round net wrapped soned. Call Tom Shepard, bales for sale. Also, wrapped 802-453-4285. bale-age and mulch hay FIREWOOD; CUT, SPLIT available Call 802-377-9440 and delivered. Call for infor- for more information. mation. 247-9782. H AY F O R S A L E : F i r s t MIXED HARDWOOD, PAR- a n d s e c o n d c u t . C a l l TIALLY seasoned. Cut, 802-352-4686. split, delivered. $175 / cord. HAY FOR SALE: Small Please leave message, square bales. First cut 802-282-9110. a n d m u l c h . D e l i v e r y MOUNTAIN ROAD FIRE- available. Call for pric- WOOD. Green and dry avail- i n g . 8 0 2 - 4 5 3 - 4 4 8 1 , able. Oak, ash, maple, beech. 8 0 2 - 3 4 9 - 9 2 8 1 , o r Order now and save for next 802-989-1004. season. Cut, split and deliv- NEW HOLLAND T1530- ered. Call 802-759-2095. 250TL Loader, 200 hours. Winco PTO Generator. Call 802-247-6735.
MIDDLEBURY 1 BEDROOM apartment. Totally renovated. Third floor. Center of town. $900 / mo. includes electric, water, heat, washer, dryer, parking. 802-349-8544. M I D D L E B U RY 3 B E D - ROOM, second floor apart- ment. $1000 / mo. plus utilities. 802-989-8399. MIDDLEBURY COMMER- CIALLY ZONED House with maximum exposure and access to Rt. 7 and Foote Street. Great way to build your clientele. Spacious parking. Handicap acces- sible. Please call Darcy at 802-388-9599.
Real Estate Wanted
W H I T N E Y ’ S C U S T O M FARM WORK. Pond agi- tating, liquid manure haul- MIDDLEBURY COUNTRY WANTED: TO PURCHASE ing, mouldboard plowing. from owner, open land, 2 to 1BR new upstairs addition. 462-2755, John Whitney $800, electricity included. 100 acres. 802-558-6092. References. 349-9837. MIDDLEBURY, FURNISHED Real Estate APARTMENT. Large living room, kitchen, bedroom, bath. LEICESTER, 6.8 ACRES, $795 / mo. All utilities included. $59,000. Very nice building 802-388-4251. site surveyed, septic design in- MONKTON POND 2 Bed- cluded. Ready to build on, with room 2 bath. $1375 / month all permits. Owner financing. plus utilities. First, last and Call Wayne 802-257-7076.
security. Credit check and ref- THE VERMONT AREA LAND erence check required. Avail. TRUST seeks long-term part- Nov. 1. Karla 802-377-7445. nership with an organization or MONKTON, NEWLY RENO- individual to manage or lease VATED 3 bedroom, 2 bath a 180-acre farm (approximate- apartment. Washer / d ryer ly 100 tillable) in Jeffersonville hookup. Pets allowed with VT. House with 50-cow barn additional security deposit; no milking setup (funding avail- cats. 2 types of heat. Refer- able for improvements). All ences required. $1200 / mo. types of agricultural plans con- sidered. Sound resource man- 802-482-2243. agement plan required and RIPTON TWO BEDROOM community connection or edu- apartment. $550 / month plus cational component desired, utilities. No pets. No smoking. For more information, www. Call 802-382-8567. vlt.org / westfarm, or call Nick Richardson at802-262-1214. RIPTON: 3 BEDROOM Trail- er. $625 / month plus utilities. M I D D L E B U RY; I N D U S - No smoking, no pets. Refer- TRIAL PARK. Available 2 ences and security deposit acres, lease or build to suit. required. Call 802-388-0270 802-558-6092. before 8pm. ) 11 5/ NEW HAVEN MILLS, Munger lished: 5/ Ads (Pub d ie if ss la S A L I S B U R Y S T U D I O Street. Charming 3 bedroom C APARTMENT, upstairs, fur- home on 3/4 acre. A lot of llege. For Rent Close to co TMENT furbished. nished, includes utilities, Dish renovation is complete. Open OM APAR 1 BEDRO Middlebury, newly re 00. , 00 TV, $750 / mo. 802-352-9094. kitchen / dining room. Huge Main Street , includes heat. 000- th ury $750/mon of Middleb T, living room with Harmon pel- EN TM 1 mile north posit. 000-0000. AR h, is AP bb M ru O th plus de STORAGE, 8’X10’ let stove. Two car garage. 1 BEDRO udes heat, electric, $595/monSELF cl ly, in te , ia rs ed m upstai units. Your lock and key, Available im nce on Route 7. and refere Middlebury, 15 minutes to Middlebury. mit onth. ies. Dep/ os LE home ilit$50 BI ut O M us pl M O o. 10 minutes to Bristol. Near 2 BEDRO Private lot. $650/m 802-558-6092. . New Haven River. Very moti- in Salisbury 0-0000. d. ire ces requ required. 00 t. Referen ONDO vated seller. Asking $195,000. HOUSE/C arage and basemen 00. N W TO M G O 2 BEDRO mons, Vergennes. heat. No pets. 000-00 802-453-2906. d om C an ry ies
Cars 1980 CHECKER MARA- THON TAXI. Private use only. V-8, 73211 original miles. Completely rebuilt transmis- sion and starter. Runs great. Ready for restoration. $4800. OBO 802-352-6678.
utilit Count excluding washer, $1,000/mo. mpletely , satellite, ODERN, co e. Hi-speed internet Very energy M , M O O age. hous nt e ne 2 BEDR or fro m ke un la ’ through Ju 6678. Lake D ell, 85 furnished h, drilled w ting August 29, 2009 us utilities. 802-352- ened porc ar dryer, scre 10 month rental; st tiable. $1,000/mo. pl r go Fo ne . efficient ing. Pets Non-smok 26, 2010.
Trucks 1988 FORD 16’ rack body with lift gate. Would make a great farm truck. $1800. 802-349-8544.
1998 FORD RANGER XLT, super cab, white. 4x4, 4 liter V-6. Automatic transmission, 102,500 miles. Inspected. $2995. Call 802-758-2377 for information.
Wanted USED OIL WANTED: Mikes Auto 1 and 2, small amounts, drop off with us. 50 gallons + we will pick up locally. 802-388-4138. WOODLAND OWNERS: Buying any type standing wood and / or property. High- est price paid. Land clear- ing. Courteous professional. 518-593-8752.
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TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY NOTICE OF PROPOSED CONVEYANCE
In Â accordance Â with Â 24 Â VSA Â Â§ Â 1061 Â the Â Middlebury Â Selectboard Â hereby Â gives Â notice Â of Â the Â proposed Â conveyance Â of Â an Â easement Â and Â right-Âof-Âway Â to Â Christopher Â R. Â Daly Â and Â Sara Â C. Â Daly Â for Â the Â operation Â of Â a Â wastewater Â system Â located Â partially Â within Â the Â boundaries Â of Â the Â right-Âof-Âway Â of Â Town Â Highway Â #91, Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Middlebury. Background Â and Â Terms: Â Â Daly Â constructed Â a Â new Â septic Â system Â (the Â â€œsystemâ€?) Â to Â serve Â their Â property Â at Â 147 Â Rolling Â Acres Â in Â Middlebury. Â Â After Â construction Â had Â be-Â gun, Â the Â parties Â discovered Â that Â a Â portion Â of Â the Â system Â encroached Â on Â the Â Town Â right-Âof-Âway Â for Â Rolling Â Acres Â (Town Â Highway Â #91). Â Â Per Â the Â terms Â of Â a Â Memorandum Â of Â Understanding Â signed Â between Â the Â Town Â and Â Daly, Â the Â granting Â of Â an Â easement Â from Â the Â Town Â for Â operation Â of Â the Â system Â was Â made Â contingent Â upon Â the Â satisfactory Â completion Â of Â the Â following Â conditions: 1. Â Â Receipt Â by Â Daly Â of Â an Â amended Â State Â of Â Vermont Â wastewater Â permit. 2. Â Â Submission Â to Â the Â Town Â for Â review Â and Â approval Â a Â full Â set Â of Â engineering Â SODQVVKRZLQJWKHÂżQDOORFDWLRQDQGGHVLJQRIWKHV\VWHPWKHERXQGDULHV Â Â Â Â of Â the Â Town Â right-Âof-Âway Â and Â the Â boundaries Â of Â the Â easement Â Daly Â is Â Â Â Â Â requesting Â from Â the Â Town. 7KHVHFRQGLWLRQVKDYLQJEHHQVDWLVÂżHGWKH7RZQRI0LGGOHEXU\IRUDQGLQFRQVLG-Â eration Â of Â one Â or Â more Â dollars Â and Â other Â valuable Â consideration, Â proposes Â to Â remise, Â release Â and Â forever Â quitclaim Â an Â easement Â to Â Daly Â for Â the Â operation Â of Â a Â septic Â system Â to Â serve Â their Â property Â at Â 147 Â Rolling Â Acres. 7KLVQRWLFHZLOOEHSRVWHGLQWKUHHSXEOLFSODFHVWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHWKH3RVW 2IÂżFH DQG WKH ,OVOH\ 3XEOLF /LEUDU\ 1RWLFH VKDOO DOVR EH SXEOLVKHG LQ WKH$GGLVRQ Independent, Â a Â newspaper Â of Â general Â circulation Â within Â the Â municipality Â at Â least Â 30 Â days Â prior Â to Â the Â date Â of Â the Â proposed Â conveyance. Â Unless Â a Â petition Â objecting Â to Â WKHFRQYH\DQFHLVÂżOHGLQDFFRUGDQFHZLWK96$ WKH6HOHFWERDUGPD\ authorize Â the Â conveyance. ,IDSHWLWLRQVLJQHGE\ÂżYHSHUFHQWRIWKHOHJDOYRWHUVRIWKHPXQLFLSDOLW\REMHFWLQJ to Â the Â proposed Â conveyance Â is Â presented Â to Â the Â municipal Â clerk Â within Â 30 Â days Â of Â the Â date Â of Â posting Â and Â publication Â of Â the Â notice, Â the Â Selectboard Â shall Â cause Â the Â question Â of Â whether Â the Â municipality Â shall Â convey Â the Â real Â estate Â to Â be Â considered Â at Â a Â special Â or Â annual Â meeting Â called Â for Â that Â purpose. Â After Â the Â meeting, Â the Â real Â estate Â may Â be Â conveyed Â unless Â a Â majority Â of Â the Â voters Â of Â the Â municipality Â present Â and Â voting Â vote Â to Â disapprove Â of Â the Â conveyance. Â Middlebury Â Selectboard October Â 8, Â 2013 10/14
TOWN OF FERRISBURGH COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE
October 23rd, 2013 7-Â 8:30 Town Hall Grange -Â Upstairs Come Â meet Â your Â planning Â commission Â and Â your Â neighbors Â at Â this Â fun, Â interactive Â event. Â Tell Â us Â about Â your Â experience Â of Â living Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Tell Â us Â about Â what Â you Â love, Â your Â concerns Â and Â your Â interests. Â Â We Â want Â to Â hear Â from Â you! Refreshments Â Â provided. Â Families Â welcome. Â Door Â prizes Â Â from Â local Â businesses. Â Canâ€™t Â make Â it? 3OHDVH ÂżOO RXW RXU minute, Â online Â survey. Â Go Â to: Â www. ferrisburghvt.org 10/14, Â 17, Â 21
TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
5HWDLO0DUNHW6WXG\Â‡Middlebury, VT 94 Main Street Middlebury, Vermont 05753 The Â Town Â of Â Middlebury, Â Vermont, Â in Â partnership Â with Â The Â Better Â Middlebury Â Partnership, Â seeks Â the Â services Â of Â a Â TXDOLÂżHG FRQVXOWDQW WR FRQGXFW D UHWDLO market Â study. Â This Â project Â will Â provide Â guidance Â to Â local Â decision Â makers Â and Â the Â business Â community Â on Â what Â kind Â of Â retail Â goods Â and Â services Â people Â want Â to Â have Â in Â Middlebury. Â Â Proposals Â will Â be Â accepted Â no Â later Â than Â 12 Â p.m. Â on Â November Â 8, Â 2013. Â Â Further Â information Â and Â the Â complete Â Request Â for Â Proposal Â documents Â may Â be Â obtained Â by Â visiting Â http://www. middretailfuture.org/library.html. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10/14
VERGENNES UNION HIGH SCHOOL BOARD NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED BOARD MEETING
Â Â The Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â Board Â of Â Directors Â regular Â monthly Â meeting Â has Â been Â RESCHEDULED Â for Â Monday, Â October Â 28, Â 2013 Â at Â 6:00 Â P.M. Â in Â the Â VUHS Â Library. Â Â This Â meeting Â was Â previously Â warned Â for Â Monday, Â October Â 14, Â 2013. Â Â The Â purpose Â of Â this Â meeting Â is Â to Â conduct Â regular Â business Â and Â to Â adopt Â and Â sign Â the Â warning Â for Â the Â proposed Â Facilities Â Repairs/ Improvement Â Bond Â vote. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10/14, Â 17
PUBLIC NOTICE RIPTON SELECTBOARD
Informational Â Meeting Â sponsored Â by Â the Â Ripton Â Selectboard Â on Â Wed. Â Oct. Â 16, Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Ripton Â Community Â House. Â The Â PHHWLQJ ZLOO DGGUHVV WKH FKDQJH LQ ÂżVFDO year Â and Â tax Â payments Â for Â 2014. 10/10, Â 10/14
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Addison Independent SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF AMENDED ORDINANCE
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STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 201-Â9-Â12 Ancv
EMC Â Mortgage, Â LLC, Â Plaintiff Â v. Kristen Â M. Â Rougier, Â Michael Â W. Â Rougier, Â Jr., Â Brian Â McCormick, Â Jennifer Â McCormick Â and Â Occupants Â residing Â at Â 1209 Â Hardscrabble Â Road, Â Bristol, Â Vermont, Â Defendants Â Â NOTICE OF SALE Â Â Â By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Kristen Â M. Â Rougier Â Â and Â Michael Â W. Â Rougier, Â Jr. Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â First Â Magnus Â Financial Â Corporation Â dated Â August Â 3, Â 2007 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Volume Â 124, Â Page Â 175, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â assigned Â from Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â First Â Magnus Â Financial Â Corporation Â to Â JPMorgan Â Chase Â Bank, Â National Â Association Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â April Â 29, Â 2009 Â and Â recorded Â on Â May Â 5, Â 2009 Â in Â Volume Â 130, Â Page Â 40 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â further Â assigned Â from Â JPMorgan Â Chase Â Bank, Â National Â Association Â to Â EMC Â Mortgage, Â LLC Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â August Â 23, Â 2012 Â and Â recorded Â on Â September Â 4, Â 2012 Â in Â Volume Â 139, Â Page Â 551 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purposes Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 9:00 Â A.M. Â on Â November Â 6, Â 2013, Â at Â 1209 Â Hardscrabble Â Road, Â Bristol, Â Vermont Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage: To Â Wit: Â Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Michael Â W. Â Rougier, Â Jr. Â and Â Kristen Â M. Â Rougier Â by Â virtue Â of Â a Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Stanley Â S. Â and Â Mary Â Jeanne Â Livingston Â dated Â June Â 15, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â June Â 16, Â 2006 Â in Â Volume Â 119 Â at Â Page Â 408 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol. Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â Â $10,000.00 Â to Â be Â paid Â in Â cash Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â by Â purchaser Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol. Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â inquire Â at Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â 30 Â Kimball Â Avenue, Â Ste. Â 306, Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403, Â (802) Â 660-Â9000. Â Â This Â sale Â may Â be Â cancelled Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â scheduled Â sale Â date Â without Â prior Â notice. Â DATED Â at Â South Â Burlington, Â Vermont Â this Â 1st Â day Â of Â October, Â 2013. EMC Â Mortgage, Â LLC. Â Â Joshua Â B. Â Lobe, Â Esq., Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â PLC 10/14, Â 21, Â 28 Â Â 30 Â Kimball Â Ave., Â Ste. Â 306 Â Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â Â 05403 Â Â
TOWN OF LEICESTER NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Â Leicester Â Zoning Â Board Â of Â Adjustment Â will Â hold Â public Â hearings Â Tuesday, Â October Â 29, Â 2013 Â at Â the Â /HLFHVWHU 7RZQ 2IÂżFH DW SP WR FRQVLGHUWKHIROORZLQJDSSOLFDWLRQV (45-Â13-ÂZBA) applicant Â Randall Â -RKQVRQSURSHUW\DW/DNH'XQPRUH Road Â #10 Â Cove Â Point, Â Leicester Â to Â construct Â a Â permanent Â addition Â to Â be Â XVHG DV DQ RIÂżFHFRPSXWHU URRP IRU KRPHDQGIDUPRQSDUFHOLQ /DNH /DNH=RQLQJ'LVWULFW (43-Â13-ÂPC) DSSOLFDQW -RQDWKDQ %ODNH ODQGRZQHU 1LFNRODL %RGURY SURSHUW\ DW ,QGLDQ 7UDLO 5RDG /HLFHVWHU WR construct Â a Â new Â sauna Â house Â on Â area Â of Â old Â pump Â house Â with Â possible Â shower Â DQG WRLOHW RQ SDUFHO LQ /DNH =RQLQJ'LVWULFW Applications Â are Â available Â for Â LQVSHFWLRQDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH 6FKRROKRXVH 5G /HLFHVWHU 97 GXULQJ UHJXODUO\VFKHGXOHGKRXUV Participation Â in Â this Â proceeding Â is Â a Â SUHUHTXLVLWH WR WKH ULJKW WR WDNH DQ\ VXEVHTXHQWDSSHDO Peter Â Fjeld, Â ZBA Â Chairman 2FWREHU
VERMONT STATE HOUSING AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) Â Â The Â Vermont Â State Â Housing Â Author-Â ity Â (VSHA) Â is Â soliciting Â applications Â from Â housing Â providers Â for Â Section Â 8 Â Project-Â Based Â Vouchers. Â VSHAâ€™s Â RFP, Â Imple-Â mentation Â and Â Administrative Â Plan Â can Â be Â accessed Â from Â VSHAâ€™s Â website Â at Â www. vsha.org. Â Applications Â are Â due Â by Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â October Â 31, Â 2013. Â For Â further Â infor-Â mation, Â contact Â Kathleen Â Berk, Â Vermont Â State Â Housing Â Authority, Â 802-Â828-Â3020 Â or Â email@example.com. Â Equal Â Housing Â Op-Â portunity. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 9/30
Public Notices Index
Public Â notices Â for Â the Â following Â can Â be Â found Â on Â this Â Page Â 45.
ACT 250 Notice (1) Addison County Superior Court (1) Ferrisburgh (1) Leicester (2) Middlebury (3) Ripton (1) Vergennes Union High School (1) Vermont State Housing Authority (1) TOWN OF LEICESTER NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Â Leicester Â Zoning Â Board Â of Â Adjustment Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â Tuesday, Â October Â 29, Â 2013 Â at Â the Â /HLFHVWHU 7RZQ 2IÂżFH DW SP WR FRQVLGHUWKHIROORZLQJDSSOLFDWLRQ (42-Â13-ÂZBA) applicant Â Randy Â Bisbee Â at Â 2108 Â Old Â Jerusalem Â Road, Â Leicester Â to Â construct Â a Â new Â 24â€™ Â x Â 24â€™ Â barn Â on Â parcel Â LQWKH5$=RQLQJ'LVWULFW)URQW \DUGVHWEDFNZDLYHUUHTXLUHG Application Â is Â available Â for Â inspection Â at Â WKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH6FKRROKRXVH 5G /HLFHVWHU 97 GXULQJ UHJXODUO\ VFKHGXOHGKRXUV Participation Â in Â this Â proceeding Â is Â a Â prerequisite Â to Â the Â right Â to Â take Â any Â VXEVHTXHQWDSSHDO 3HWHU)MHOG=%$&KDLUPDQ 10/7 October Â 7, Â 2013
ACT 250 NOTICE MINOR APPLICATION #9A0352 10 V.S.A. Â§Â§ 6001 -Â 6093
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Vermont writers face contest deadline COLCHESTER — The deadline for this year’s Vermont Writers’ Prize is Nov. 1. The prize is spon- sored by Green Mountain Power and Vermont Magazine to honor the liter- ary legacy of Ralph Nading Hill Jr. with an annual writing award. The contest, considered by Ver- mont writers to be one of the state’s premier literary prizes, is open to all Vermont residents, including sea- sonal residents and students enrolled in Vermont colleges. Entrants may be amateur or professional writers.
Submissions must be an essay, short story, play or poem on the theme of “Vermont — Its People, the Place, Its History or Its Values.” Entries must be unpublished and less than 1,500 words long. The winning entry will be selected by an independent panel of judges, and will be published in a special section of the March/April 2014 edition of Vermont Magazine. The author will receive a cash prize of $1,500. Entries should be mailed to Ver-
mont Writers’ Prize, c/o Green Mountain Power, 163 Acorn Lane, Colchester, VT 05446. All submis- sions will be acknowledged with a postcard within 30 days after they have been received. Entries must be accompanied by a cover sheet that can be downloaded at www.green- mountainpower.com and at www. Vermontmagazine.com. Employees and subcontractors of Vermont Magazine or Green Moun- tain Power and previous winners are ineligible.
farm-to-table project based at the (Continued from Page 5) make plans for the future. Nash Farm in New Haven. Farm COMMUNITY LUNCH RZQHUV 3HWHU DQG 0XI¿Q &DURWKHUV In addition to Friday Community donated space on the farm for the Supper, Community Lunch is served coalition’s use. The goal of the proj- by the coalition four times ect is to incorporate fresh a week, Monday through One regular produce into the organi- Thursday, throughout the zation’s meal programs. attendee year. On any given day, Molly Rose-Williams, a about 35 people will ar- summed senior at Middlebury Col- rive at the lunch. The it up: “It is lege this fall who served food is abundant, fresh so good. I as the farm intern this past and healthy. The lunches cancelled summer, sees the farm as take place Mondays at an appoint- a learning experience, as St. Stephen’s Episcopal well as a source of food Church on the green, and ment just to for the coalition. Tuesdays-Thursdays at the be here to“I’ve learned so much Charter House, from 11:30 day. I need about how to grow food, a.m.-12:15 p.m. about where food comes this.” One regular attendee from,” she said. “And in summed it up: “It is so good. I can- preparing the meals, I had precon- celled an appointment just to be here ceived notions about how people today. I need this.” would respond to food — to veggies, Finally, one of the Charter House especially — and those notions have Coalition’s newest ventures is a been broken. It’s been fascinating to
see how people relate to food.” With a host of different programs and a broad network of volunteers, the Charter House Coalition has LGHQWL¿HG QHHGV LQ WKH 0LGGOHEXU\ area and works every day to allevi- ate them. The sheer number of meals served and demand for space in the Charter House and the transitional housing apartments attest to the fact that housing and food insecurity are VLJQL¿FDQWLVVXHVLQ$GGLVRQ&RXQ- ty. But the coalition’s programs ful- ¿OORWKHUQHHGVDVZHOO²QHHGVWKDW are perhaps less concrete and sta- tistical, but are equally important. They are the need for connection and laughter and not feeling alone and feeling part of something big- ger. One woman’s words over lunch one day say a lot. “I have never experienced such incredible love … as I have here,” she said.
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MARK CHRISTENSEN, MAHANEY Center for the Arts technical direc- tor at Middlebury College, will provide ambient guitar music for the Oct. 25 storytelling event, “Cocoon,” at the college. Several Vermonters, in- cluding Town Hall Theater Director Douglas Anderson, will tell stories, without notes, to a live audience.
Stories to be shared live at ‘Cocoon’ event Oct. 25 MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College hosts the live performance event “Cocoon,” inspired by popu- lar storytelling phenomenon “The Moth,” on Friday, Oct. 25, at at 8 p.m. at the Mahaney Center for the Arts’ Concert Hall. The diverse range of stories will be told by a handpicked group of students, fac- ulty/staff and community members around the theme of metamorphosis. The audience is invited to a recep- tion with the storytellers after the show. This community-wide event is produced by the creators of Mid- dlebury College’s student storytell- ing organization, the Middlebury MothUP. Since 2010 the Middle- bury MothUP has brought students, staff and townspeople together to tell stories on a given theme. The live storytelling event has only two rules: one, all stories must be true;; two, no notes. Now the MothUP has joined forces with the Mahaney Center for the Arts to produce “Co- coon” for an even larger audience. Support for the event was granted by Middlebury’s Committee on the Arts. Storytellers will include Mariam Khan ’16, a Muslim student from
Maine who also works as profes- sional traveling DJ;; Dan Brayton, Middlebury College faculty member in English and American Literatures and Environmental Studies, as well as a lifelong sailor;; Emily Bogin ’16, a sophomore from the Cali- fornia Bay Area and an explorer of unusual spaces;; Douglas Anderson, director of Middlebury’s Town Hall Theater and the Opera Company of Middlebury;; Ric Cengeri, Vermont Public Radio producer and self- described sports fanatic;; and Emily Jacke ’12.5, a recent Middlebury alumna working for the Vermont Community Foundation, and a sing- er and dancer and dreamer in her spare time. Luke Greenway ’14.5, one of the Middlebury MothUP producers, will act as emcee for the evening. Ambient guitarist and Ma- haney Center for the Arts Technical Director Mark Christensen will pro- vide the musical interludes. Tickets are $10 for the general public;; $8 for Middlebury College faculty, staff, alumni, emeriti and other ID card holders;; and $5 for Middlebury College students. For tickets or further information, call (802) 443-MIDD (6433) or go to http://go.middlebury.edu/arts.
Weybridge Â seeks Â zoning Â feedback WEYBRIDGE Â â€” Â The Â Weybridge Â Planning Â Commission Â is Â revising Â the Â townâ€™s Â zoning Â regulations Â to Â bring Â them Â in Â line Â with Â the Â recently Â updated Â town Â plan. Â Planners Â are Â looking Â at Â how Â Weybridge Â should Â grow Â in Â the Â future Â and Â is Â seeking Â input Â from Â the Â public. Â They Â are Â considering Â such Â questions Â as: Â Should Â lot Â sizes Â be Â smaller, Â and Â more Â affordable, Â and Â if Â so Â in Â what Â parts Â of Â town? Â â€œWe Â want Â all Â Weybridge Â people Â to Â participate Â in Â this Â important Â community Â conversation,â€? Â said Â planning Â commission Â chair Â Jan Â Albers. Â â€œIt Â is Â possible Â that Â your Â part Â of Â Weybridge Â will Â change.â€? The Â commission Â is Â hosting Â an Â open Â house Â at Â Weybridge Â School Â on Â Tuesday, Â Oct. Â 29, Â from Â 7-Â9 Â p.m. Â Those Â who Â come Â will Â be Â able Â
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LEICESTER Â â€” Â FOLCS Â (Friends Â of Â Leicester Â Central Â School) Â will Â be Â holding Â its Â third Â annual Â Trunk Â or Â Treat Â event Â for Â the Â children Â of Â the Â Leicester Â community Â on Â Halloween, Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 31. This Â event Â will Â be Â held Â at Â 5:30 Â at Â the Â Leicester Â Central Â School. Â Anyone Â wishing Â to Â participate Â with Â a Â decorated Â trunk Â or Â to Â donate Â treats Â for Â roughly Â 150 Â children, Â contact Â Heather Â LaPorte Â at Â 802-Â247-Â8187 Â or Â email@example.com.
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