MONDAY Â Â EDITION
Vol. 25 No. 30
Monday, September 23, 2013
Shoreland Â law Â hearing Â draws Â big Â crowd
Vermontâ€™s top chef
By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Legislatureâ€™s Â ongoing Â HIIRUWWRGUDIWDQHZODZUHJXODWLQJGHYHORSPHQW RQVKRUHODQGORWVFRQWLQXHVWRGUDZFRQFHUQIURP $GGLVRQ &RXQW\ UHVLGHQWV VRPH RI ZKRP IHDU QHZUHJXODWLRQVZLOOHPHUJHWKDWZLOODIIHFWWKHLU property Â rights. Â³7KLVLVDWDNLQJRISURSHUW\ZLWKRXWGXHSUR FHVVÂ´ VDLG RQH RI PRUH WKDQ SHRSOH ZKR showed Â up Â at Â a Â public Â hearing Â convened Â in Â Mid
dlebury Â on Â Thursday Â by Â the Â Shoreland Â Protection Â Commission. Â 7KLVZDVWKHIRXUWKVXFKKHDULQJWKHFRPPLV VLRQKDVKHOGWKLVVXPPHUDVLWJDWKHUVLQSXWIRU a Â potential Â shoreland Â protection Â bill. Â Such Â a Â mea VXUHÂ²NQRZQDV+Â²SDVVHGWKH9HUPRQW +RXVHGXULQJWKHOHJLVODWLYHVHVVLRQ%XWWKH Senate Â tabled Â the Â bill Â in Â order Â to Â get Â more Â input Â EHIRUHUHYLVLWLQJWKHLVVXHQH[W-DQXDU\ 7KH FRPPLVVLRQ LV FRPSULVHG RI OHJLVODWRUV
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THE Â BAND Â SAILS Â puts Â on Â a Â free Â show Â at Â The Â Hub Â teen Â center Â in Â Bristol Â last Â Thursday Â afternoon. Â Sails, Â an Â indie, Â punk, Â folk Â band Â from Â Lyndon, Â features Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â graduate Â Aaron Â Gingras Â on Â drums. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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United Â Way Â boosts Â its Event builds community 2013 Â fundraising Â goal with films and history
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7KH JRDO LV more Â than Â last Â yearâ€™s Â target Â and Â UHSUHVHQWV WKH Â¿UVW WLPH LQ IRXU years Â the Â local Â United Â Way Â has Â UDLVHG LWV DQQXDO IXQGUDLVLQJ EDU The Â organization Â closed Â the Â books Â RQ WKH FDPSDLJQ HDUOLHU WKLV \HDU DIWHU KDYLQJ UDLVHG Â²RUSHUFHQWRILWVWDUJHW But Â organizers Â this Â year Â are Â FRQÂ¿GHQW WKH\ FDQ VHW WKHLU VLJKWV higher, Â and Â that Â they Â can Â meet Â the Â (See Â United Â Way, Â Page Â 32)
By Â ZACH Â DESPART BRISTOL Â â€” Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â on Â Thursday Â HYHQLQJ ZLOO KRVW D Â¿UVWRILWV kind Â summit Â that Â will Â screen Â two Â VKRUWGRFXPHQWDU\Â¿OPVDERXWOLIH in Â Addison Â County Â in Â the Â past Â and Â SUHVHQWDVZHOODVIHDWXUHKLVWRUL cal Â presentations Â by Â Mount Â Abe Â students. )DFXOW\RUJDQL]HUVRIWKH$GGL son Â County Â Community Â Summit Â
hope Â it Â will Â provide Â an Â opportu QLW\ IRU ORFDO SHRSOH DFURVV JHQ erations Â to Â make Â new Â connections Â with Â each Â other Â and Â strengthen Â community Â ties. Â The Â summit Â will Â be Â held Â at Â the Â school Â beginning Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â Two Â Â¿OPVZLOOEHVFUHHQHGDQG0RXQW Abraham Â juniors Â and Â seniors Â will Â present Â history Â projects Â they Â pro duced Â while Â researching Â their Â (See Â Community, Â Page Â 25)
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Weybridge Â to Â decide Â use Â of Â embezzlement Â settlement Â funds
ROB Â DEBRUYN
NATASHA Â CAUSTON
DOUG Â AIGNER Â
SANDI Â HALL
Middlebury schools welcome new teachers, students Enrollment Â from Â 1990 Â to Â 2013 900 800 700 600
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Middlebury Â Union Â Middle Â School
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WKLQJVWREHH[FLWHGDERXWRQFDPSXV beginning Â at Â the Â top. Âł7KH PRVW H[FLWLQJ WKLQJ WR PH is Â we Â are Â starting Â off Â the Â year Â with Â a Â SHUPDQHQW VXSHULQWHQGHQWÂ´ /DZVRQ VDLGUHIHUULQJWRWRSH[HFXWLYH3HWHU %XUURZVÂł,WEULQJVPRUHVWDELOLW\WR WKHGLVWULFWÂ´ Lawson Â introduced Â four Â new Â fac-Â XOW\6SDQLVKWHDFKHU1DWDVKD&DXV-Â WRQPDWKWHDFKHU-LP+HĂ€LQ/HDUQ-Â LQJ /DE &RRUGLQDWRU %HQ .UDKQ and Â driver Â education Â teacher Â George Â 5RRQH\ZKRZLOODOVRVHUYHDV1D-Â tional Â Honor Â Society Â co-Âadvisor. 7KLUW\WZRVWXGHQWVDWWHQGHGVXP-Â PHUVFKRROWKLV\HDUIRFXVLQJRQKLV-Â WRU\VFLHQFHPDWKDQG(QJOLVK2QH of Â those Â students Â was Â able Â to Â earn Â his Â GLSORPDDVDUHVXOWRIWKHH[WUD ZRUNDFFRUGLQJWR/DZVRQ 08+6 VWXGHQWV HQWHUHG DQ LP-Â SURYHGEXLOGLQJ:RUNHUVFRPSOHWHG XSJUDGHV WR WKH EXLOGLQJÂśV KHDWLQJ ventilation Â and Â air-Âconditioning Â sys-Â WHP1HZFDUSHWLQJZDVLQVWDOOHGLQ WKH ( & % DQG ' ZLQJV$QG RIÂż-Â FLDOV FRPSOHWHG WKH ÂżUVW SKDVH RI D SURMHFW WR XSGDWH WKH VFKRROÂśV ÂżUH VDIHW\ V\VWHP 7KDW LQYROYHG UHZLU-Â ing Â the Â horn/strobes Â throughout Â the Â EXLOGLQJ DQG LQVWDOOLQJ D QHZ PDLQ panel. Â The Â second Â phase Â will Â include Â UHSODFHPHQW RI DOO VPRNH DQG KHDW detectors. Lawson Â is Â looking Â forward Â to Â a Â good Â year. Âł,WÂśV DQ H[FLWLQJ WLPHÂ´ KH VDLG Âł(YHU\RQHKDVFRPHLQZLWKDORWRI HQWKXVLDVPÂ´ Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â email@example.com.
By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS :(<%5,'*( Â˛ :H\EULGJH residents Â will Â gather Â at Â their Â local Â VFKRRO WKLV :HGQHVGD\ 6HSW to Â decide Â what Â to Â do Â with Â an Â in-Â VXUDQFHVHWWOHPHQWRIQHDUO\KDOID PLOOLRQ GROODUV VWHPPLQJ IURP DQ HPEH]]OHPHQW FDVH LQYROYLQJ IRU-Â PHU7RZQ&OHUN.DUHQ%ULVVRQ ,WZDVRQ-XO\WKDW86'LV-Â WULFW &RXUW -XGJH &KULVWLQD 5HLVV sentenced Â Brisson Â to Â two Â years Â in Â MDLO DORQJ ZLWK SD\LQJ UHVWLWXWLRQ following Â her Â guilty Â plea Â to Â having Â HPEH]]OHG IXQGV IURP WKH WRZQÂśV FRIIHUVRYHUDSHULRGRIDWOHDVWVL[ years. The Â townâ€™s Â insurance Â carrier Â re-Â LPEXUVHGWKHWRZQIRULWVORVVHVWR WKH WXQH RI 7KH VHOHFW-Â ERDUGQRZZDQWVWRKHDUIURPWKH FRPPXQLW\RQZKDWWRGRZLWKWKH SD\RXW DQG KDYH FDOOHG WKH 6HSW VSHFLDOPHHWLQJWRSURSRVHVHY-Â HUDOSRVVLEOHXVHVLQFOXGLQJ Â‡ 6SHQGLQJ WR SDYH DSSUR[LPDWHO\PLOHRIWRZQKLJK-Â way. Â Â‡ $OORFDWLQJ IRU D SUR-Â UDWHGSURSHUW\WD[UHEDWHLQDPDQ-Â QHUWREHGHWHUPLQHGDIWHUFRQVXOW-Â LQJ ZLWK WKH 9HUPRQW /HDJXH RI &LWLHVDQG7RZQVDWWRUQH\WRSURS-Â HUW\RZQHUVRIUHFRUGRQ1RY 2012. Â Â‡ 8VLQJ IRU HQHUJ\ related Â upgrades Â to Â be Â done Â at Â the Â WRZQ JDUDJHÂżUH GHSDUWPHQW WKDW ZRXOG VDYH DQ HVWLPDWHG per Â year Â in Â heating Â costs. Â‡ 6HWWLQJ DVLGH IRU D ÂłKLJKZD\ PDMRU HTXLSPHQW IXQGÂ´ WREHXVHGWRZDUGPDMRUSXUFKDVHV VXFK DV ORDGHUV RU WDQGHP WUXFNV for Â the Â town. Â Those Â future Â equip-Â PHQW SXUFKDVHV ZRXOG RI FRXUVH have Â to Â be Â authorized Â by Â voters. Â‡ 8VLQJ WR FUHDWH D SHUPDQHQWUHVHUYHIXQGWREHXVHG WR UHIXQG LI QHHGHG HVWDEOLVKHG DFFRXQWV ZKLFK PD\ KDYH EHHQ drawn Â down;Íž Â to Â reduce Â the Â need Â to Â ERUURZ PRQH\ LQ DQWLFLSDWLRQ RI WD[UHFHLSWVWRSD\ELOOVGXULQJWKH VXPPHU DQG IRU QHZ SURMHFWV RU initiatives Â in Â the Â future Â that Â would Â be Â voted Â on Â by Â the Â town Â at Â a Â regular Â RUVSHFLDOWRZQPHHWLQJ :H\EULGJH 6HOHFWZRPDQ *DOH Hurd Â said Â voters Â on Â Sept. Â 25 Â will Â KDYHWKHRSSRUWXQLW\WRDPHQGWKH SURSRVHGDPRXQWVOLVWHGDERYHRU SLWFKFRPSOHWHO\GLIIHUHQWXVHVIRU the Â funds. â€œVoters Â are Â absolutely Â free Â to Â do Â DVWKH\ZLVKÂ´+XUGVDLG Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
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news@addisonindependent. com GEORGE Â ROONEY
JAMES Â HEFLIN
COURTNEY Â KRAHN
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%ULVWROSROLFHQDEVXVSHFWHGGHDOHU BRISTOL Â â€” Â Bristol Â police Â have Â arrested Â a Â man Â they Â say Â was Â selling Â drugs. Â Terrence Â Devon Â Diggs, Â 33, Â was Â arrested Â on Â Thursday, Â Sept. Â 19, Â and Â is Â accused Â of Â the Â selling Â heroin. Â Â After Â a Â â€œlengthy Â investigation,â€? Â Bristol Â and Â Vergennes Â police Â ob-Â tained Â and Â executed Â a Â search Â war-Â rant Â at Â a Â South Â Street Â residence Â in Â Bristol. Â According Â to Â police, Â Diggs Â was Â found Â to Â be Â in Â possession Â of Â crack Â cocaine, Â heroin Â and Â narcotics Â known Â bath Â salts. Â Diggs Â also Â had Â a Â â€œsubstantial Â amount Â of Â cashâ€? Â on Â his Â person, Â according Â to Â press Â release Â is-Â sued Â by Â Police Â Chief Â Kevin Â Gibbs. Â Diggs, Â of Â Waterbury, Â Conn., Â was Â jailed Â at Â the Â Chittenden Â County Â Cor-Â rectional Â Center Â for Â lack Â of Â $25,000 Â bail.
TERRENCE Â DEVON Â DIGGS
For Â the Â record CORRECTION: Â The Â lead Â item Â in Â the Â Vermont Â State Â Police Â log Â in Â last Â Thursdayâ€™s Â edition Â of Â the Â Inde-Â 7+(6287+675((7%ULGJHLQ%ULVWROKDVEHHQFORVHGWRFDUWUDIÂżFVLQFHDQGODVWZHHNWKHURDGEHG pendent Â gave Â the Â incorrect Â age Â for Â ZDVUHPRYHGZKLFKQRZPHDQVWKDWSHGHVWULDQVFDQQRORQJHUXVHLWHLWKHU6HYHUDO6RXWK6WUHHWUHVLGHQWV the Â dog Â that Â had Â been Â reported Â sto-Â ZLWKRXWFDUVDUHQRZHIIHFWLYHO\FXWRIIIURPWKHYLOODJH$QHZEULGJHLVVFKHGXOHGWRRSHQQH[WVXPPHU Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell len Â from Â a Â Ripton Â home Â on Â Sept. Â 16. Â The Â item Â should Â have Â reported Â that Â an Â 11-Âweek-Âold Â Rottweiler Â was Â reported Â stolen, Â along Â with Â a Â laptop Â
Residents Â decry Â loss Â of Â bridge library, Â she Â had Â to Â walk Â back Â down Â that Â road,â€? Â Jackson Â said. Â She Â added Â that Â many Â residents Â on Â South Â Street Â have Â young Â children. While Â there Â is Â an Â Addison Â Coun-Â By Â ZACH Â DESPART BRISTOL Â â€” Â Residents Â of Â homes Â ty Â Transportation Â Resources Â bus Â just Â south Â of Â Bristol Â village Â are Â com-Â route Â in Â Bristol, Â the Â nearest Â stop Â is Â plaining Â about Â the Â long Â detour Â they Â DW +HZLWW 5RDG DQG /RYHUÂśV /DQH have Â to Â take Â to Â get Â to Â town, Â as Â a Â con-Â which Â Jackson Â says Â is Â too Â far Â for Â her Â demned Â bridge Â on Â South Â Street Â is Â children Â to Â walk. Jackson Â believes Â that Â there Â is Â no Â slowly Â torn Â down. Â $IWHU VWDWH RIÂżFLDOV GHWHUPLQHG safe Â or Â convenient Â route Â to Â get Â to Â the Â bridge Â to Â be Â unsafe Â in Â 2010, Â it Â town Â on Â foot Â in Â lieu Â of Â the Â bridge. Â was Â closed Â to Â all Â vehicular Â and Â pe-Â She Â said Â the Â town Â should Â build Â a Â GHVWULDQ WUDIÂżF +RZHYHU UHVLGHQWV temporary Â pedestrian Â bridge Â while Â still Â walked Â across Â the Â bridge Â to Â get Â the Â new Â span Â is Â being Â constructed. â€œThe Â town Â is Â cutting Â a Â lot Â of Â peo-Â to Â schools, Â the Â grocery Â store Â and Â shops, Â about Â one Â quarter Â of Â a Â mile Â ple Â off Â down Â here,â€? Â she Â said. Patti Â Smith, Â who Â also Â lives Â on Â up Â the Â hill. Â In Â the Â process Â of Â tear-Â South Â Street, Â owns Â ing Â down Â the Â bridge Â a Â vehicle, Â but Â said Â to Â make Â room Â for Â a Â new Â one, Â construc-Â â€œItâ€™s a two-mile walk she Â understands Â how Â inconvenient Â it Â is Â tion Â workers Â re-Â to go around ... The moved Â the Â concrete Â town is cutting a lot for Â the Â bridge Â to Â be Â closed Â for Â her Â neigh-Â bed Â of Â the Â bridge Â of people off down bors Â without Â their Â Sept. Â 16, Â rendering Â own Â transportation. Â it Â impassable Â for Â pe-Â here.â€? â€” Lori Jackson Smith Â said Â it Â was Â destrians. nice Â that Â the Â bridge Â Lori Â Jackson, Â ZDV FORVHG WR WUDIÂżF a Â mother Â of Â three Â school-Âage Â children, Â lives Â on Â South Â and Â said Â it Â would Â be Â better Â if Â the Â new Â Street, Â about Â 50 Â feet Â west Â of Â the Â bridge Â only Â served Â pedestrians. Â Smith, Â bridge. Â She, Â like Â several Â others Â on Â who Â has Â six Â children, Â complained Â the Â street, Â does Â not Â own Â a Â vehicle, Â about Â motorists Â who Â used Â to Â speed Â and Â relied Â on Â the Â bridge Â to Â walk Â down Â the Â narrow, Â winding Â street. â€œItâ€™s Â going Â to Â be Â a Â nightmare Â when Â to Â town Â for Â groceries Â and Â errands. Â When Â the Â bed Â of Â the Â bridge Â was Â re-Â LWÂśVUHRSHQHGWRWUDIÂżFÂ´6PLWKVDLG moved, Â Jackson Â last Â week Â walked Â â€œThere Â were Â a Â number Â of Â accidents Â while Â it Â was Â open Â â€” Â people Â whip Â through Â the Â water Â to Â get Â to Â town. â€œItâ€™s Â a Â two-Âmile Â walk Â to Â go Â down Â that Â hill.â€? Smith Â said Â she Â feared Â someone Â around,â€? Â she Â said. Jackson Â said Â she Â had Â heard Â that Â would Â be Â struck Â by Â a Â passing Â car, Â WRZQ RIÂżFLDOV GLG QRW ZDQW SHGHV-Â and Â that Â she Â would Â welcome Â a Â foot-Â WULDQV WR ZDON DORQJ 6WRQ\ +LOO bridge Â instead. Dustin Â Quade, Â who Â lived Â with Â his Â Road, Â the Â quickest Â way Â to Â get Â to Â town Â without Â the Â bridge, Â because Â of Â parents Â on Â South Â Street Â while Â at-Â KHDY\WUDIÂżFDQGVPDOOVKRXOGHUVRQ tending Â high Â school, Â also Â recalled Â that Â route, Â which Â is Â also Â known Â as Â dangerous Â drivers Â while Â the Â bridge Â was Â open. Route Â 116. â€œIâ€™ve Â seen Â a Â lot Â of Â speeding, Â and Â Jackson Â agreed Â that Â road Â is Â dan-Â people Â walking Â on Â the Â road Â nearly Â gerous. â€œWhen Â my Â 12-Âyear-Âold Â daughter Â clipped Â by Â farm Â equipment,â€? Â Quade Â stayed Â after Â school Â and Â went Â to Â the Â said.
Town: Â temporary Â span Â not Â feasible Â
Bristol Â Town Â Administrator Â Bill Â Bryant Â said Â building Â a Â new Â bridge Â that Â could Â accommodate Â vehicles Â was Â vital, Â as Â it Â will Â allow Â police Â and Â ÂżUH FUHZV WR HDVLO\ JHW WR WKDW SDUW of Â town. The Â new Â bridge Â will Â be Â wider Â and Â safer Â for Â both Â vehicles Â and Â pedes-Â trians. Â Bryant Â said Â the Â idea Â to Â build Â a Â temporary Â pedestrian Â bridge Â was Â never Â seriously Â considered Â because Â RI WKH GLIÂżFXOW WHUUDLQ ULJKWRIZD\ issues Â and Â the Â fact Â that Â surrounding Â land Â is Â privately Â owned. Â Bryant Â esti-Â mated Â the Â cost Â of Â a Â temporary Â bridge Â at Â around Â $100,000, Â and Â said Â he Â did Â not Â believe Â that Â to Â be Â the Â best Â use Â of Â town Â resources. â€œI Â feel Â for Â (the Â affected Â residents),â€? Â Bryant Â said. Â â€œI Â understand Â their Â bur-Â den Â â€” Â three Â miles Â in Â a Â vehicle Â is Â a Â lot Â different Â than Â walking.â€? Bryant Â acknowledged Â that Â walk-Â LQJDORQJ6WRQ\+LOO5RDGLVGDQJHU-Â ous, Â especially Â at Â night, Â but Â said Â the Â town Â did Â not Â prohibit Â or Â discourage Â people Â from Â doing Â it. Bryan Â said Â Vermont Â transportation Â RIÂżFLDOV OHDUQHG D ORW DIWHU7URSLFDO 6WRUP,UHQHDERXWKRZWRHIÂżFLHQWO\ rebuild Â roads Â and Â bridges. â€œWe Â learned Â these Â projects Â can Â be Â faster Â and Â cheaper Â without Â also Â building Â a Â detour Â route,â€? Â Bryant Â said. The Â residents Â of Â South Â Street Â will Â have Â to Â wait Â another Â year. Â The Â new Â bridge Â is Â expected Â to Â be Â open Â by Â the Â summer Â of Â 2014.
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H.526: A matter of public trust To Â understand Â Vermontersâ€™ Â concerns Â with Â the Â proposed Â shoreline Â protection Â bill, Â H.526 Â as Â passed Â by Â the Â House Â this Â past Â session, Â you Â have Â to Â answer Â just Â one Â question: Â Do Â you Â trust Â the Â Agency Â of Â Natural Â Resources Â to Â create Â the Â rules Â and Â administer Â it Â in Â a Â way Â that Â doesnâ€™t Â create Â an Â unreasonable Â burden? Â To Â most Â shoreline Â homeowners Â the Â answer Â is Â no. Â That Â has Â been Â demonstrated Â at Â each Â of Â the Â four Â public Â meetings Â that Â have Â been Â held Â throughout Â the Â state Â by Â the Â Shoreland Â Protection Â Commission. Â More Â public Â hearings Â are Â planned. Â We Â applaud Â the Â Legislature Â for Â establishing Â the Â commission Â to Â seek Â the Â pub-Â licâ€™s Â input Â â€” Â although Â it Â was Â done Â belatedly Â and Â only Â after Â public Â outcry Â in Â the Â aftermath Â of Â House Â passage Â of Â the Â bill. Â But Â we Â question Â the Â commissionâ€™s Â changed Â format Â (see Â story, Â Page Â 1) Â that Â now Â only Â allows Â written Â questions Â that Â the Â panel Â answers Â to Â clarify Â the Â intent Â of Â the Â law. Â No Â public Â comments Â are Â allowed. Â The Â commission Â moved Â to Â that Â format Â because Â in Â earlier Â hearings Â they Â received Â too Â many Â opposing Â arguments Â and Â commission Â members Â said Â they Â didnâ€™t Â feel Â as Â if Â the Â public Â left Â learning Â anything Â â€” Â despite Â starting Â each Â public Â hearing Â with Â a Â 45-Âminute Â presentation Â to Â explain Â the Â proposal. Â Peel Â that Â onion Â back Â a Â layer Â and Â the Â motive Â is Â obvious: Â In Â the Â commissionâ€™s Â mind, Â these Â public Â hearings Â are Â not Â so Â much Â to Â ascertain Â if Â Vermonters Â think Â the Â proposal Â is Â sound, Â as Â it Â is Â to Â learn Â how Â they Â might Â tweak Â the Â proposal Â to Â ensure Â it Â passes. 7KDWLVREYLRXVE\VRPHRIWKHVWDWHPHQWV$15RIÂżFLDOVDQGFRPPLVVLRQ members Â present Â when Â they Â championâ€” Â like Â good Â salespeople Â â€” Â the Â pro-Â SRVHGODZÂśVEHQHÂżWV+HUHÂśVDQH[DPSOH Â‡0DLQHDQGeven Â New Â Hampshire Â have Â had Â a Â similar Â law Â since Â the Â 1970s Â and Â â€œproperty Â values Â along Â lake Â shores Â in Â both Â states Â have Â increased Â in Â value!â€? Â No Â kidding. Â They Â have Â in Â Vermont, Â too. Â Probably Â Kansas Â as Â well. Â Property Â values Â have Â gone Â up Â in Â the Â past Â 40 Â years Â almost Â everywhere. And Â then Â there Â is Â this Â trumped Â up Â charge Â to Â justify Â pushing Â the Â bill Â along: Â Â‡$FWLVDELOOSDVVHGLQWKDWRIIHUHGWRZQVWHFKQLFDODVVLVWDQFHDQG grants Â to Â create Â their Â own Â shoreline Â protection Â ordinances Â or Â bylaws. Â Of Â the Â 173 Â towns Â that Â have Â lakes Â or Â ponds Â over Â 10 Â acres, Â only Â 42 Â have Â implemented Â local Â shoreline Â protection Â laws. Sounds Â terrible, Â right? Â Itâ€™s Â meant Â to. Â But Â really Â itâ€™s Â not Â so Â bad. Â Town Â plans Â DUHXSGDWHGHYHU\ÂżYH\HDUV,WÂśVDODERULRXVSURFHVVWKDWWRZQVVSHQGVHYHUDO years Â to Â study Â and Â implement. Â No Â doubt Â many Â towns Â are Â in Â the Â midst Â of Â incor-Â porating Â this Â new Â state Â initiative, Â but Â just Â donâ€™t Â have Â it Â completed. Â That Â almost Â 25 Â percent Â of Â the Â towns Â have Â done Â it Â in Â less Â than Â three Â years Â is Â pretty Â good Â considering Â there Â was Â no Â state Â mandate. Â Finally, Â the Â real Â snake Â oil Â in Â this Â whole Â initiative Â is Â that Â itâ€™s Â a Â crisis Â that Â has Â to Â be Â addressed Â immediately. Â It Â is Â not, Â and Â does Â not. Â Lake Â Champlain Â has Â a Â pressing Â problem Â but Â ad-Â dressing Â farm Â run-Âoff Â and Â river Â pollution Â has Â a Â far Â bigger Â impact. Â The Â rela-Â tively Â small Â impact Â this Â measure Â will Â have Â on Â lake Â water Â quality Â needs Â to Â be Â TXDQWLÂżHG DQG SXW LQ SHUVSHFWLYH 7KH$15 DQG WKLV 6KRUHODQG 3URWHFWLRQ Commission Â want Â to Â project Â â€œshoreland Â pollutionâ€? Â as Â a Â crisis Â to Â justify Â their Â HIIRUWEXWLQPDQ\RIWKHVPDOOHUODNHVWKHUHDUHELJJHUÂżVKWRIU\&RQVLGHU this Â one Â example: Â Â‡7KHVWDWHFXWPRUHWKDQRXWRIWKHPLOIRLOHUDGLFDWLRQIXQGLQJIRU just Â Lake Â Dunmore Â in Â this Â past Â year. Â Ask Â anyone Â familiar Â with Â Lake Â Dunmore Â as Â to Â what Â is Â the Â bigger Â threat Â to Â water Â quality Â â€” Â run-Âoff Â or Â milfoil Â â€” Â and Â the Â unanimous Â answer Â will Â be Â milfoil. Â The Â simple Â fact Â is Â that Â if Â milfoil Â consumes Â the Â lake, Â youâ€™ve Â lost Â the Â lake Â to Â public Â recreation Â and Â land Â values Â plummet. Â Yet, Â the Â state Â is Â taking Â money Â away Â from Â the Â milfoil Â funding Â and Â creating Â another Â program Â of Â lesser Â value Â to Â monitor. Â Proponents Â will Â argue Â that Â the Â bill Â does Â not Â take Â any Â money Â away Â from Â any-Â thing Â else, Â but Â rather Â fees Â on Â those Â affected Â landowners Â will Â cover Â expenses. Â 7KHHVWLPDWHLVWKDWIRXUWRÂżYHIXOOWLPHHPSOR\HHVÂżJXUHDPLQLPXPRI HDFKZLWKEHQHÂżWV ZLOOEHDGGHGWRWKHVWDWHSD\UROO%XWLIIHHVGRQÂśW cover Â the Â expenses, Â you Â can Â bet Â those Â employees Â wonâ€™t Â be Â let Â go, Â but, Â as Â bu-Â UHDXFUDFLHVJRWKH\ÂśOOÂżQGQHZZD\VWRHQIRUFHWKLQJVWKDWUHTXLUHIHHVWRSD\ their Â salaries Â â€” Â or Â the Â funding Â will Â be Â found. Thatâ€™s Â just Â the Â nature Â of Â government. Â And, Â generally, Â Iâ€™m Â OK Â with Â that. Â Iâ€™m Â not Â anti-Âgovernment. Â I Â belong Â to Â the Â OLEHUDOVLGHRISROLWLFVWKDWEHOLHYHVJRYHUQPHQWZRUNVEHVWZKHQLWLGHQWLÂżHV a Â public Â good Â that Â is Â being Â neglected Â and Â steps Â in Â to Â solve Â a Â problem. And Â that Â is Â the Â legislationâ€™s Â strength. Â The Â intent Â is Â good. Â We Â all Â want Â the Â best Â water Â quality Â feasible. Â But Â is Â the Â ANR Â to Â be Â trusted? Hereâ€™s Â a Â suggestion Â for Â the Â Commission Â and Â the Â ANR: Â Invite Â a Â dozen Â con-Â tractors Â to Â share Â their Â stories Â about Â costs Â associated Â with Â ANR Â rules Â and Â regu-Â ODWLRQV$VNWKHPLIWKHDJHQF\UXQVWKLQJVHIÂżFLHQWO\RUHIIHFWLYHO\ Then, Â before Â the Â Senate Â takes Â up Â the Â bill Â this Â coming Â session, Â report Â what Â you Â hear Â and Â answer Â why Â the Â public Â doesnâ€™t Â trust Â the Â ANR. Â If Â the Â commission Â ZRXOGDGGUHVVWKDWSUREOHPWKH\ÂśGÂżQGVXSSRUWIRUWKLVOHJLVODWLRQ Angelo Â S. Â Lynn
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Letters to the Editor 7RZQRIÂżFHGHDOSURFHVVZDVTXHVWLRQDEOHUXVKHG In Â the Â rush Â to Â cram Â through Â a Â vote Â on Â a Â multi-Âpart Â land Â swap Â between Â the Â town Â of Â Middlebury Â and Â the Â college, Â the Â origins Â of Â this Â deal Â have Â not Â been Â adequately Â scrutinized. Â Two Â selectbooard Â members, Â one Â of Â whom Â has Â strong Â ties Â to Â the Â college, Â approached Â the Â college Â on Â their Â own Â initiative. Â The Â college Â responded Â with Â a Â proposal Â that Â gave Â it Â what Â it Â has Â sought Â for Â decades: Â the Â prominent Â plot Â of Â land Â on Â which Â WKHWRZQRIÂżFHVDQGPXQLFLSDOJ\P now Â sit. This Â process Â is Â highly Â questionable Â and Â deserves Â more Â attention Â than Â it Â has Â received. Â Like Â the Â U.S. Â legal Â
principle Â of Â â€œfruit Â of Â the Â poisonous Â tree,â€? Â the Â way Â this Â deal Â was Â hatched Â WDLQWVHYHU\WKLQJWKDWĂ€RZVIURPLW Its Â origins Â were Â rotten, Â and Â the Â smell Â remains. Adding Â insult Â of Â unseemly Â haste Â to Â injury Â of Â backroom Â dealings, Â a Â scant Â majority Â of Â the Â selectboard Â continues Â to Â aim Â for Â a Â vote Â on Â this Â scheme Â in Â December Â â€” Â despite Â the Â fact Â that Â three Â board Â members Â who Â listen Â to Â their Â constituents Â argue Â that Â the Â project Â should Â be Â discussed Â at Â town Â meeting Â and Â voted Â on Â the Â next Â day. Â A Â vote Â after Â town Â meeting Â makes Â sense Â if Â your Â goal Â is Â the Â widest Â likely Â participation Â of Â townspeople. Â If, Â on Â
the Â other Â hand, Â your Â goal Â is Â to Â pass Â this Â deal Â as Â soon Â as Â possible Â with Â minimal Â opportunity Â for Â evaluation Â and Â organized Â objection, Â then Â you Â aim Â for Â the Â soonest Â vote Â you Â can Â get, Â during Â the Â Thanksgiving Â to Â New Â Year Â holiday Â season, Â when Â people Â travel Â and Â are Â otherwise Â occupied. So Â I Â ask, Â even Â if Â you Â think Â this Â deal Â is Â a Â good Â one, Â why Â canâ€™t Â a Â vote Â wait Â until Â the Â traditional Â ballot Â after Â town Â meeting? Â Are Â construction Â costs Â really Â climbing Â so Â fast Â that Â three Â months Â would Â blow Â the Â budget? Â Even Â if Â thatâ€™s Â so, Â does Â it Â warrant Â a Â vote Â timed Â to Â minimize Â rather Â than Â (See Â Letter, Â Page Â 5)
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â September Â 23, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 5
Looking Â beyond Â the Â lake Â view
For Â many Â Vermonters, Â the Â aquatic Â plants. Â When Â they Â are Â shorelines Â along Â lakes Â and Â ponds Â protected, Â shorelines Â help Â create Â are Â synonymous Â with Â ducks Â interconnected Â habitat Â types Â that Â DQG JHHVH Ă€\LQJ LQ ORZ ZLWK provide Â greater Â mobility Â and Â cover Â shorebirds Â walking Â delicately Â IRU WKH ÂżVK DQG ZLOGOLIH WKDW OLYH among Â the Â grasses, Â feeding Â and Â there, Â and Â minimize Â exposure Â to Â raising Â their Â young, Â and Â with Â predators Â and Â disturbance Â from Â VFKRROVRIKXQJU\SDQÂżVKZDLWLQJ some Â types Â of Â human Â activity. for Â a Â young Â anglerâ€™s Â cast. Â Indeed, Â While Â clearing Â trees Â from Â a Â shorelines Â provide Â some Â of Â the Â natural Â lakeshore Â to Â create Â a Â lawn, Â richest, Â most Â valuable Â aquatic Â wall Â or Â beach Â may Â seem Â harmless Â habitat Â for Â countless Â to Â us, Â the Â resulting Â VSHFLHV RI ÂżVK DQG biological Â changes Â wildlife. Â These Â vital Â are Â profound. Â The Â areas Â are Â also Â home Â historic Â reluctance Â of Â to Â many Â Vermonters, Â Vermont Â towns Â and Â some Â of Â whom Â have Â This Â weekâ€™s Â writer Â state Â government Â to Â made Â investments Â to Â is Â Patrick Â Berry, Â regulate Â lakeshore Â afford Â views Â of Â the Â commissioner Â has Â of Â development Â water Â and Â the Â critters Â the Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â led Â to Â widespread Â that Â live Â there. habitat Â deterioration. Â Wildlife Â Department. So Â how Â do Â we Â In Â fact, Â more Â than Â 80 Â balance Â the Â needs Â of Â percent Â of Â Vermontâ€™s Â lakefront Â dwellers Â of Â all Â species? Â large Â lake Â shorelands Â have Â been Â And Â how Â do Â we Â enjoy Â the Â view Â found Â by Â the Â U.S. Â Environmental Â without Â compromising Â the Â Protection Â Agency Â to Â be Â in Â fair Â or Â wildlife Â and Â water Â quality Â that Â are Â poor Â condition, Â a Â statistic Â that Â puts Â integral Â to Â the Â enjoyment Â of Â that Â us Â behind Â most Â other Â Northeastern Â view? Â That Â discussion Â is Â currently Â states. taking Â place Â across Â Vermont, Â and Â Sites Â without Â shoreline Â tree Â is Â manifested Â in Â the Â form Â of Â bill Â cover Â provide Â less Â habitat Â in Â the Â + )URP D ÂżVK ZLOGOLIH DQG form Â of Â woody Â structure Â and Â leaf Â water-Âquality Â perspective, Â there Â is Â litter Â along Â the Â lake Â bottom Â that Â much Â at Â stake. serves Â as Â the Â basis Â of Â the Â aquatic Â The Â boundary Â between Â lake Â and Â IRRGFKDLQ $QG LI QRW ÂżOWHUHG E\ land Â provides Â critical Â habitat Â for Â a Â buffer Â of Â natural Â vegetation, Â a Â wide Â diversity Â of Â terrestrial Â and Â silty Â and Â nutrient-Ârich Â runoff Â DTXDWLF RUJDQLVPV Â˛ IURP ÂżVK IURP FOHDUHG VKRUHOLQHV FDQ Ă€RZ to Â aquatic Â insects, Â to Â birds Â and Â unchecked Â into Â lakes Â and Â ponds Â mammals. Â Vegetated Â shorelines Â which Â are Â sometimes Â only Â a Â few Â support Â these Â species Â by Â fostering Â yards Â away. Â So Â as Â we Â acknowledge Â a Â variety Â of Â bottom Â types Â with Â WKHGLIÂżFXOWZRUNDKHDGWRHQVXUH boulders Â and Â cobbles, Â woody Â that Â all Â sources Â of Â sediment Â and Â snags, Â and Â a Â healthy Â diversity Â of Â pollution Â are Â checked Â before Â they Â
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reach Â the Â stateâ€™s Â public Â waterways, Â we Â recognize Â that Â the Â regulation Â of Â shorelands Â should Â be Â part Â of Â that Â comprehensive Â effort. 7KHĂ€RRGLQJRILOOXVWUDWHG the Â value Â of Â natural Â lake Â shoreland Â vegetation Â in Â preventing Â shoreline Â erosion. Â Most Â of Â the Â sites Â where Â erosion Â occurred Â on Â Lake Â Champlain Â were Â areas Â where Â the Â native Â vegetation Â had Â been Â removed Â and Â replaced Â with Â lawns Â or Â retaining Â walls. Â A Â diverse Â mix Â of Â woody Â vegetation Â provides Â EDQNVWDELOLW\DQGĂ€RRGUHVLOLHQFH important Â factors Â in Â adapting Â to Â a Â changing Â climate. The Â shoreland Â protection Â legislation, Â H.526, Â was Â created Â with Â the Â importance Â of Â shoreline Â habitats Â in Â mind. Â The Â foresight Â that Â created Â Act Â 250, Â and Â now Â underlies Â this Â legislation, Â has Â been Â critical Â in Â protecting Â not Â only Â the Â wildlife Â and Â birds Â within Â these Â habitats Â but Â also Â in Â working Â to Â protect Â the Â Vermont Â quality Â of Â life Â we Â all Â treasure. Â Lakeshore Â habitats Â provide Â more Â than Â just Â a Â window Â onto Â the Â elegance Â of Â aquatic Â ecosystems Â â€” Â they Â provide Â a Â home Â to Â the Â species Â that Â depend Â on Â them Â for Â their Â survival. Â We Â are Â not Â meeting Â our Â own Â environmental Â standards Â along Â many Â of Â our Â lakeshores, Â and Â it Â is Â time Â to Â take Â action Â to Â protect Â this Â diminishing Â natural Â resource. Â Remembering Â this Â should Â inform Â our Â support Â for Â the Â lakeshore Â protection Â bill, Â and Â strengthen Â our Â commitment Â to Â preserving Â more Â than Â just Â the Â view Â for Â future Â generations Â to Â enjoy. Â
to the Editor
A Â carpenter Â wants Â to Â nail Â it. Â A Â surgeon Â wants Â to Â operate Â on Â it. Â A Â realtor Â wants Â to Â list Â it Â and Â sell Â it. While Â listening Â to Â Gov. Â Peter Â Shumlin Â on Â â€œVermont Â Editionâ€? Â at Â VPR, Â it Â occurred Â to Â me Â that Â he Â really Â is Â more Â realtor Â than Â governor. He Â is Â off Â to Â showcase Â the Â Northeast Â Kingdom Â to Â Chinese Â investors. Â Heâ€™s Â hoping Â to Â sell Â it Â to Â them. He Â has Â also Â listed Â Addison Â County. Â
Heâ€™s Â hoping Â to Â sell Â it Â to Â Canada Â and Â New Â York. The Â governor Â personally Â has Â done Â very Â well Â in Â his Â real Â estate Â ventures Â (maybe Â not Â always Â ethically Â or Â fairly). Â Jeremy Â Dodge Â ring Â a Â bell? Peter Â Shumlin Â should Â be Â representing Â the Â people Â of Â this Â state, Â not Â selling Â us Â out. Mary Â Martin Cornwall
Letter (Continued Â from Â Page Â 4) maximize Â voter Â participation Â for Â a Â bond Â issue Â that Â could Â commit Â all Â residents Â and Â businesses Â to Â more Â taxes? I Â encourage Â all Â Middlebury Â residents, Â no Â matter Â where Â you Â stand Â on Â these Â issues, Â to Â tell Â the Â selectboard Â
what Â you Â think. Â Call Â them Â and Â write Â them;Íž Â their Â contact Â information Â is Â on Â the Â town Â website. Â Letâ€™s Â make Â sure Â WKHLU GHFLVLRQV DQG DFWLRQV UHĂ€HFW the Â majority Â of Â the Â people Â they Â are Â supposed Â to Â represent. Barbara Â Shapiro Middlebury
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Letters to the Editor Improvements Â to Â Weybridge Â building Â merit Â support Weybridge Â voters Â have Â been Â asked Â to Â attend Â a Â special Â town Â meeting Â on Â Wednesday, Â Sept. Â 25, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â for Â the Â purpose Â of Â deciding Â what Â to Â do Â with Â the Â embezzlement Â insurance Â payout Â of Â $475,980. Â There Â are Â several Â warned Â items Â sug-Â gesting Â ways Â that Â this Â money Â might Â be Â used. Of Â special Â interest Â to Â me Â is Â Article Â 4, Â which Â reads: Â â€œTo Â see Â if Â the Â Town Â ZLOOYRWHWKHVXPRIRIWKH insurance Â payout Â for Â energy-Ârelated Â upgrades Â to Â be Â done Â at Â the Â Town Â Garage/Fire Â Dept. Â that Â would Â save Â an Â estimated Â $3,000 Â per Â year Â in Â heat-Â ing Â costs. Â (To Â be Â coordinated Â by Â the Â Weybridge Â Energy Â Committee.)â€? The Â Weybridge Â Energy Â Com-Â mittee Â is Â supporting Â this Â proposal Â WRZHDWKHUL]HWKHWRZQJDUDJHÂżUH department Â based Â on Â an Â energy Â au-Â dit Â performed Â by Â Structural Â Energy Â Corp. Â of Â Middlebury. Â We Â believe Â this Â will Â substantially Â decrease Â heat-Â LQJFRVWVDQGVDYHWKHWRZQVLJQLÂż-Â cant Â money Â in Â the Â coming Â years. The Â Weybridge Â Energy Â Committee Â is Â encouraging Â Weybridge Â voters Â
to Â support Â this Â improvement Â to Â an Â important Â town Â building Â by Â coming Â to Â town Â meeting Â on Â Sept. Â 25. Â This Â is Â not Â an Â Australian Â ballot Â item Â â€” Â the Â only Â way Â to Â vote Â on Â this Â article, Â and Â
all Â the Â other Â articles, Â is Â to Â show Â up Â in Â person. Â We Â look Â forward Â to Â see-Â ing Â you Â there. Gwen Â Nagy-ÂBenson Weybridge
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Patricia Shaw, 82, Weston WESTON Â â€” Â Patricia Â Mullen Â Kelley Â Shaw Â passed Â away Â on Â Sept. Â 17, Â 2013, Â at Â her Â home Â in Â Weston, Â Vt. She Â was Â born Â March Â 10, Â 1931, Â the Â youngest Â in Â a Â large Â and Â loving Â Irish Â family Â in Â Waterbury, Â Conn. Â She Â married Â Jack Â Kelley Â and Â settled Â in Â Cheshire, Â Conn., Â where Â they Â raised Â Lauren Â and Â lived Â a Â typical Â suburban Â life Â in Â the Â 1950s Â and Â â€™60s. Â Holidays Â were Â a Â highlight, Â celebrating Â with Â her Â mother, Â Nora;Íž Â brother, Â Father Â Bill;Íž Â and Â with Â the Â Mullen, Â Shutts, Â Collins Â and Â Kelliher Â families. In Â the Â 1970s Â the Â Shaw Â family Â moved Â in Â next Â door Â and Â Patâ€™s Â life Â was Â never Â the Â same. Â Pat Â Shaw Â was Â her Â best Â friend, Â and Â the Â two Â of Â them Â became Â known Â as Â â€œThe Â Pats.â€? Â After Â Jack Â died Â Pat Â moved Â to Â Weston, Â Vt., Â in Â order Â to Â be Â close Â to Â the Â Brothers Â of Â the Â Weston Â Priory Â and Â to Â her Â brothers Â and Â sisters. Â Several Â years Â after Â Pat Â Shawâ€™s Â death, Â Lee Â Shaw Â and Â Pat Â Kelley Â married, Â sharing Â a Â love Â of Â sailing Â and Â skiing. Â They Â enjoyed Â many Â happy Â years, Â until Â Leeâ€™s Â death. Pat Â and Â daughter Â Lauren Â called Â each Â other Â almost Â daily Â and Â she Â enjoyed Â watching Â her Â grandchil-Â dren, Â Nora Â and Â Molly, Â grow. Â A Â woman Â of Â few Â words, Â she Â loved Â
living Â in Â the Â home Â she Â had Â designed Â for Â her Â old Â age. Â As Â her Â healthcare Â provider Â said, Â â€œShe Â was Â a Â very Â strong, Â independent Â lady. Â Someone Â to Â learn Â from!â€? Pat Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â daugh-Â ter, Â Lauren Â Parren, Â and Â her Â family Â (Steve, Â Nora, Â Molly) Â of Â Monkton;Íž Â by Â her Â sisters Â Marie Â Kelliher Â and Â Nancy Â Collins Â and Â their Â fami-Â lies;Íž Â by Â cousin Â Sr. Â Rosita Â Hyland;Íž Â and Â by Â special Â friend Â of Â 30 Â years, Â 0DULDQQD0F*XIÂżQ She Â was Â predeceased Â by Â her Â husband Â Jack;Íž Â friend Â Pat;Íž Â husband Â Lee;Íž Â brother Â and Â sister-Âin-Âlaw Â Jim Â and Â Mickey Â Mullen;Íž Â brothers-Âin-Â law Â Emmett Â Shutts, Â George Â Collins Â and Â John Â Kelliher;Íž Â and Â brother Â Monsignor Â William Â Mullen. Â Her Â sister Â Betty Â Shutts Â passed Â away Â the Â morning Â after Â Pat, Â on Â Sept. Â 18. A Â funeral Â service Â (shared Â with Â Betty) Â was Â due Â to Â be Â on Â Monday, Â Sept. Â 23, Â at Â St. Â Thomas Â Beckett Â Church, Â Cheshire, Â CT. Â A Â Mass Â will Â be Â celebrated Â at Â the Â Weston Â Priory Â on Â Saturday, Â Sept. Â 28, Â at Â 11:30 Â a.m. Â Pat Â will Â be Â buried Â next Â to Â Lee Â at Â the Â Priory. ,Q OLHX RI Ă€RZHUV GRQDWLRQV may Â be Â sent Â to Â Londonderry Â Rescue Â Squad, Â 6068 Â Route Â 100, Â /RQGRQGHUU\97Â¸
Patricia Chamberlain, 68, Starksboro STARKSBORO Â â€” Â Patricia Â (Grant) Â Chamberlain, Â 68, Â of Â Starksboro, Â died Â on Â Sept. Â 19, Â 2013, Â in Â Burlington, Â after Â a Â long Â and Â coura-Â geous Â battle Â with Â heart Â and Â vascu-Â lar Â disease. Â She Â was Â born Â on Â April Â 23, Â 1945, Â in Â Hancock, Â the Â beloved Â daughter Â of Â Edward Â and Â Helen Â (Faivre) Â Grant. Â She Â was Â married Â on Â May Â 19, Â 1962, Â in Â Bristol Â to Â Thomas Â Chamberlain. Pat Â attended Â school Â in Â Middlebury. Â She Â poured Â her Â heart Â and Â soul Â into Â caring Â for Â her Â family, Â and Â had Â a Â rewarding Â career Â as Â a Â tax Â preparer Â in Â Vermont Â and Â in Â Texas, Â achieving Â status Â as Â an Â Enrolled Â Agent Â for Â many Â years. Â She Â will Â be Â missed Â by Â her Â devoted Â clients. She Â was Â predeceased Â by Â her Â husband Â Thomas Â Ross Â Chamberlain Â on Â Jan. Â 30, Â 2013. She Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â son, Â Richard Â Chamberlain;Íž Â daughter Â and Â
son-Âin-Âlaw, Â Joni Â and Â Michael Â Ladue;Íž Â daughter, Â Christine Â Chamberlain;Íž Â brother Â and Â sister-Âin-Âlaw, Â Raymond Â and Â Connie Â Grant;Íž Â sister Â and Â brother-Âin-Âlaw, Â Nancy Â and Â Andy Â Baumgartner;Íž Â sister Â and Â brother-Âin-Â law, Â Marie Â and Â Jerry Â Nazworthy;Íž Â sister, Â Marjorie Â Grant Â Webb;Íž Â brother, Â John Â Grant;Íž Â grandsons, Â Jacob Â Jimmo Â and Â Ross Â Carr;Íž Â and Â many Â nieces, Â nephews Â and Â other Â extended Â family Â members. She Â was Â predeceased Â by Â her Â parents;Íž Â and Â a Â brother, Â Edward Â Grant Â Jr. Calling Â hours Â will Â be Â Sunday, Â Sept. Â 22, Â 2013, Â from Â 6 Â to Â 8 Â p.m. Â at Â Brown-ÂMcClay Â Funeral Â Home Â in Â Bristol. Â A Â funeral Â will Â be Â held Â at Â Brown-ÂMcClay Â Funeral Â Home Â at Â 11 Â a.m. Â on Â Monday, Â Sept. Â 23, Â 2013, Â with Â interment Â to Â follow Â at Â Greenwood Â Cemetery Â in Â Bristol. Â A Â luncheon Â will Â be Â held Â at Â the Â American Â Legion Â
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Betty Godfrey, 75, Brandon BRANDON Â â€” Â Betty Â Godfrey, Â 75, Â of Â Brandon Â died Â Sept. Â 11, Â 2013, Â after Â a Â short Â battle Â with Â cancer She Â was Â born Â Bessie Â Louise Â Godfrey Â on Â Sept. Â 17, Â 1937, Â to Â Arthur Â and Â Florence Â (Webster) Â on Â the Â family Â farm Â in Â West Â Fairlee Â where Â she Â grew Â up Â with Â three Â brothers Â and Â two Â sisters Â and Â a Â large Â extended Â family Â of Â aunts, Â uncles Â and Â cousins. She Â attended Â school Â in Â West Â Fairlee. Â Relatives Â say Â she Â was Â never Â afraid Â of Â hard Â work, Â which Â started Â on Â the Â farm Â with Â household Â
chores Â where Â she Â gained Â her Â love Â for Â cooking, Â helping Â with Â the Â animals, Â gardens, Â haying, Â working Â in Â the Â sugarbush Â and Â the Â apple Â orchard Â alongside Â her Â family. Her Â adult Â livelihood Â was Â in Â house-Â keeping Â both Â in Â the Â Fairlee Â area Â and Â the Â Mad Â River Â Valley. Â She Â also Â cared Â for Â elders Â in Â the Â Brandon Â area Â where Â she Â lived Â for Â the Â past Â several Â years. Her Â relatives Â say Â she Â loved Â music, Â especially Â country. Â She Â played Â guitar Â from Â her Â early Â 20s Â until Â her Â illness Â no Â longer Â made Â it Â possible Â for Â her Â to Â
do Â so. Â She Â attended Â many Â gatherings Â and Â made Â numerous Â taped Â recordings Â of Â music Â being Â played Â by Â family Â and Â friends. She Â is Â survived Â by Â her Â sister Â Nellie Â )UHHPDQ RI :DLWVÂżHOG DV ZHOO DV several Â nieces, Â nephews Â and Â cousins. She Â was Â predeceased Â by Â her Â parents Â as Â well Â as Â siblings Â Evelyn, Â Arthur Â II, Â Edward, Â Kenneth Â and Â Eleanor. Services Â will Â be Â held Â at Â a Â later Â date Â in Â Post Â Mills Â at Â the Â convenience Â of Â the Â family. Â The Â date Â and Â time Â will Â be Â announced.
Donald Fortune, 51, Rutland RUTLAND Â â€” Â Donald Â Adam Â Fortune, Â 51, Â died Â Wednesday, Â Sept. Â 18, Â 2013, Â at Â his Â home Â in Â Rutland. He Â was Â born Â March Â 25, Â 1962, Â in Â Avon, Â Conn., Â to Â Gerard Â and Â Virginia Â (Stupcenski) Â Fortune. Â He Â received Â his Â education Â in Â Leicester Â schools Â and Â at Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â in Â Brandon. Â He Â married Â Dawn Â Crickmore Â on Â Oct Â 27, Â 1987, Â and Â lived Â in Â the Â Rutland Â area Â for Â many Â years.
He Â was Â employed Â by Â Terry Â Hill Â Trucking Â in Â Milton. Â His Â family Â says Â his Â interests Â included Â outdoor Â cook-Â ing Â on Â the Â grill, Â bargain Â shopping Â DQGÂżVKLQJ Surviving Â are Â his Â wife Â of Â Center Â Rutland;Íž Â three Â sons, Â Adam Â L. Â Fortune Â of Â Georgia, Â Vt., Â and Â Michael Â D. Â Fortune Â and Â Andrew Â J. Â Fortune, Â both Â of Â Rutland;Íž Â a Â daugh-Â ter, Â Heather Â Fortune Â of Â Center Â Rutland;Íž Â a Â brother, Â David Â Fortune Â of Â
Massachusetts;Íž Â four Â sisters, Â Diane Â Fortune-ÂSmith Â of Â Massachusetts, Â Donna Â Fortune Â of Â New Â Hampshire, Â Debra Â Longley Â of Â Florida Â and Â Doreen Â Fortune-ÂLavallee Â of Â Arizona;Íž Â six Â grandchildren;Íž Â and Â many Â nieces Â and Â nephews. A Â service Â of Â remembrance Â will Â be Â held Â Monday, Â Sept. Â 23, Â 2013, Â at Â 4 Â p.m. Â in Â the Â Miller Â & Â Ketcham Â Funeral Â Home, Â 26 Â Franklin Â St., Â Brandon. Â There Â are Â no Â calling Â hours.
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StudentBRIEFS Alix Â Kauffman, Â a Â student Â at Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School, Â has Â been Â selected Â as Â a Â member Â of Â the Â 1$I0( $OO1DWLRQDO +RQRU Mixed Â Chorus Â sponsored Â by Â the Â National Â Association Â for Â Music Â Education Â (NAfME). Â Kauffman Â ZLOO MRLQ PRUH WKDQ PXVLFDOO\ talented Â and Â skilled Â U.S. Â high Â school Â students Â to Â perform Â at Â a Â gala Â concert Â RQ2FWLQ1DVKYLOOH7HQQ Kauffman Â is Â a Â member Â of Â the Â VUHS Â Concert Â Choir, Â Commodore Â Singers Â and Â Commodore Â Jazz Â Ensembles. Â She Â accompanies Â for Â the Â Middle Â School Â Chorus Â and Â the Â newly Â formed Â Vergennes Â Childrenâ€™s Â Choir. Â Elizabeth Â Huizenga Â of Â New Â Haven Â and Â Cody Â Randall Â of Â /HLFHVWHUEHJDQWKHLUÂżUVW\HDUDW6W Michaelâ€™s Â College Â this Â semester. Huizenga, Â daughter Â of Â David Â and Â Robin Â Huizenga, Â graduated Â from Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School. Randall, Â son Â of Â Diane Â and Â Greg Â Randall, Â graduated Â from Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School.
Addison Â residents Â ponder Â Town Â Hallâ€™s Â future By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY FOHUNÂśVRIÂżFH$GGLVRQÂśV\HDU ADDISON Â â€” Â A Â lightly Â attended Â old Â town Â hall Â has Â never Â had Â running Â Sept. Â 16 Â public Â informational Â water Â or Â septic, Â and Â Spencer Â said Â meeting Â did Â little Â to Â settle Â the Â the Â other Â buildings Â all Â have Â ques-Â future Â of Â the Â now Â vacant Â Addison Â tionable Â individual Â systems. Town Â Hall Â on Â Route Â 22A, Â accord-Â The Â church Â now Â owns Â Addison Â ing Â to Â the Â chairman Â of Â Addisonâ€™s Â Town Â Hall, Â per Â a Â deed Â that Â stated Â its Â s e l e c t b o a r d -Â ownership Â reverted Â appointed Â Town Â to Â the Â church Â The town hall committee Hall Â Committee. when Â the Â town Â Committee Â head Â has recommended a no Â longer Â used Â John Â Spencer Â said Â community septic system it. Â Church Â lead-Â only Â about Â a Â dozen Â that could serve not only ers Â have Â agreed Â to Â residents Â showed Â that building, but also deed Â the Â building Â up Â that Â Monday Â the Addison Community back Â to Â Addison Â in Â evening Â at Â the Â Baptist Church and the exchange Â for Â septic Â Addison Â Central Â WRZQÂˇVQHDUE\Ă€UHVWDWLRQ service. School Â to Â learn Â DQGFOHUNÂˇVRIĂ€FH The Â system Â more Â about Â the Â is Â proposed Â for Â ownership Â and Â septic Â issues Â that Â land Â west Â of Â the Â central Â school. Â are Â complicating Â the Â buildingâ€™s Â Construction, Â engineering, Â permit-Â future. ting Â and Â purchase Â of Â an Â ease-Â â€œThere Â were Â too Â few Â people Â ment Â for Â the Â site Â are Â estimated Â at Â there Â to Â get Â any Â clear Â message Â out Â EXW 6SHQFHU LV RSWL-Â of Â it,â€? Â Spencer Â said. Â mistic Â the Â state Â would Â pick Â up Â 35 Â The Â town Â hall Â committee Â has Â SHUFHQW RI WKH WDE RU recommended Â a Â community Â septic Â by Â awarding Â Addison Â a Â Pollution Â system Â that Â could Â serve Â not Â only Â Abatement Â Grant. that Â building, Â but Â also Â the Â Addison Â The Â Town Â Hall Â Committee, Â Community Â Baptist Â Church Â and Â IRUPHG LQ DOVR KDV SODQV WKH WRZQÂśV QHDUE\ ÂżUH VWDWLRQ DQG drawn Â up Â for Â a Â $1 Â million Â
renovation Â of Â Addison Â Town Â Hall Â as Â a Â replacement Â for Â what Â Spencer Â and Â others Â call Â an Â increasingly Â LQDGHTXDWH WRZQ FOHUNÂśV RIÂżFH ZKLFKKDVOLWWOHVWRUDJHRIÂżFHDQG meeting Â space Â and Â a Â nearly Â full Â vault. Â Experts Â have Â determined Â the Â town Â hallâ€™s Â structure Â is Â sound, Â Spencer Â said. Â Spencer Â said Â that Â several Â resi-Â dents Â at Â last Â weekâ€™s Â meeting Â wondered Â about Â money. â€œMost Â of Â them Â were Â saying Â we Â KDYH WR ÂŤ ÂżQG D ZD\ WR SD\ IRU the Â renovation Â before Â we Â move Â forward,â€? Â he Â said. Â The Â problem, Â Spencer Â said, Â is Â that Â other Â towns Â have Â discovered Â that Â government Â and Â foundation Â grants Â will Â not Â be Â awarded Â to Â towns Â if Â they Â do Â not Â own Â the Â building Â for Â which Â those Â grants Â are Â sought. Â And Â Addison Â cannot Â own Â the Â EXLOGLQJ ZLWKRXW ÂżUVW LQYHVWLQJ in Â the Â community Â sewer Â system, Â he Â said, Â putting Â the Â years-Âlong Â discussion Â back Â to Â square Â one Â â€” Â although Â he Â had Â hoped Â for Â a Â Sept. Â FRQVHQVXV WR ERUURZ to Â monitor Â the Â proposed Â septic Â VLWHLQWKHVSULQJDQGFRQÂżUPWKDW
it Â would Â meet Â all Â the Â buildingsâ€™ Â needs. Â â€œYou Â have Â to Â have Â title Â to Â (the Â building),â€? Â Spencer Â said. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â back Â to Â Catch-Â22.â€? Spencer Â said Â he Â or Â another Â committee Â member Â will Â report Â on Â Oct. Â 1 Â to Â the Â selectboard, Â which Â called Â for Â the Â Sept. Â 16 Â meeting. Â One Â possibility Â is Â a Â discussion Â on Â Town Â Meeting Â Day, Â when Â more Â residents Â will Â be Â on Â hand, Â but Â Spencer Â said Â selectboard Â members Â will Â ultimately Â make Â the Â call. â€œI Â donâ€™t Â know Â what Â the Â next Â step Â will Â be,â€? Â Spencer Â said. Â â€œI Â have Â to Â talk Â to Â the Â committee Â and Â think Â about Â this, Â and Â the Â selectboard.â€? Selectboard Â chairman Â Jeff Â Kauffman Â said Â he Â was Â able Â to Â attend Â only Â part Â of Â the Â Sept. Â 16 Â PHHWLQJDQGKHVDLGRIÂżFLDOVZLOO have Â to Â talk Â over Â the Â townâ€™s Â next Â moves Â on Â the Â complicated Â issue. Â â€œThe Â next Â steps Â will Â be Â deter-Â mined Â when Â the Â selectboard Â meets Â again, Â so Â I Â am Â not Â sure Â of Â those Â steps Â at Â this Â time,â€? Â Kauffman Â said Â in Â an Â email. Andy Â Kirkaldy Â may Â be Â reached Â at Â email@example.com.
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Directorâ€™s Â talk Â on Â â€œThe Â House Â I Â Live Â Inâ€? Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Monday, Â Sept. Â 23, Â 4:30-Â6 Â p.m., Â Twilight Â Auditorium. Â Film Â director Â Eugene Â Jarecki Â talks Â about Â his Â documentary Â â€œThe Â House Â I Â Live Â In.â€? Â Free. Â Info: Â 388-Â3168. Â
research Â professor Â of Â public Â policy Â at Â the Â College Â of Â William Â and Â Mary, Â discusses Â the Â state Â of Â U.S. Â immigration, Â including Â the Â effects Â of Â immigration Â on Â the Â wages Â and Â employment Â of Â natives, Â current Â immigration Â policy Â options Â and Â more. Â Silent Â art Â auction Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â SP $PHULFDQ )ODWEUHDG 0DUEOH :RUNV Annual Â fundraiser Â for Â Quarry Â Hill Â School. Â Silent Â auction Â features Â artwork Â donated Â to Â the Â preschool. Â Live Â music Â provided Â by Â 2002-Â2003 Â Quarry Â Hill Â DOXPQL0D[0D\RQHDQG-DFRE.OHPPHU$SRUWLRQ RIHDFKPHDOVDOHEHQHÂżWV4XDUU\+LOO5HVHUYDWLRQV accepted. Â Info: Â 388-Â7297 Â or Â www.quarryhillschool. org. Â Library Â parent Â discussion Â group Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â â€œThe Â ,PSRUWDQFH RI 1RQ)LFWLRQ IRU .LGVÂ´ 3DUHQWV DUH LQYLWHGWROHDUQDERXWKRZWRUHDGPRUHQRQÂżFWLRQ with Â their Â children Â and Â get Â recommendations Â from Â Youth Â Services Â Librarian Â Tricia Â Allen. Â Info: Â 388-Â4097. Â Archaeology Â talk Â in Â Vergennes. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â SP %L[E\ 0HPRULDO /LEUDU\ $UFKDHRORJLVW Andrew Â Beaupre Â discusses Â the Â French Â colonial Â archaeology Â of Â the Â Lake Â Champlain-ÂRichelieu Â Valley. Â Free. Â Info: Â 877-Â2211. Â
Start Â Your Â Own Â Business Â work-Â shop Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â DP SP $&('& RIÂżFH Route Â 7 Â South, Â Suite Â 8. Â The Â Vermont Â Small Â Business Â Development Â Center Â offers Â this Â work-Â shop Â on Â how Â to Â determine Â if Â there Â is Â a Â market Â for Â your Â business, Â identify Â target Â customers, Â do Â market Â research, Â prepare Â to Â write Â a Â business Â SODQ DQG ÂżQG RXW DERXW ÂżQDQFLQJ )HH Call Â (802) Â 728-Â9101 Â with Â a Â credit Â card Â number. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP WITH CALEB KENNA â€” Join Â Caleb and special guests for a four week series that will improve Â your photos. Classes are Thursdays: October 3,10, 17 & 24 from Â Â 6-7:30 at the Compass Music and Arts Center, Brandon. Space is Â
limited, registration required. $130; MC/Visa accepted, Contact Maria at 802-247-3000.
Â Â Â Tai Â Chi Â for Â Arthritis Â class Â in Â Vergennes. Â Tuesday, Â 6HSWQRRQSP1RUWKODQGV-RE&RUSV 7KH ÂżUVW LQ D VHULHV RI EHJLQQHU WDL FKL FODVVHV PHHWLQJ7XHVGD\VDQG7KXUVGD\VWKURXJK1RY Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â can Â help Â LPSURYHEDODQFHĂ€H[LELOLW\DQGPXVFOHVWUHQJWKLQ VHQLRUV5HJLVWHUDWH[WRU visit Â www.cvaa.org. Â Tai Â Chi Â for Â Arthritis Â class Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â 6HSW SP 0LGGOHEXU\ )LWQHVV 7KH ÂżUVW in Â a Â series Â of Â beginner Â tai Â chi Â classes Â for Â seniors, Â PHHWLQJ7XHVGD\VDQG7KXUVGD\VWKURXJK1RY Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â can Â help Â LPSURYHEDODQFHĂ€H[LELOLW\DQGPXVFOHVWUHQJWKLQ VHQLRUV5HJLVWHUDWH[WRU visit Â www.cvaa.org. Â Sustainable Â population Â talk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â 3-Â4:30 Â p.m., Â EastView Â at Â 0LGGOHEXU\ *HRUJH 3OXPE H[HFXWLYH GLUHFWRU RI Vermonters Â for Â a Â Sustainable Â Population Â pres-Â ents Â â€œThe Â Optimal Â Population Â for Â Vermont Â and Â the Â World.â€? Â Info: Â vspop.org. Â â€œThe Â New Â Immigrants Â â€” Â Blessing Â or Â Bane?â€? Â talk Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â 4:30-Â6 Â p.m., Â Twilight Â Auditorium. Â Harriet Â Orcutt Â Duleep, Â
Community Â chorus Â rehearsal Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â 7-Â8 Â p.m., Â Mead Â Chapel. Â Rehearsal Â of Â the Â Middlebury Â College Â Community Â Chorus Â 2013 Â fall Â season, Â preparing Â IRU WKH DQQXDO 7KDQNVJLYLQJ FRQFHUW RQ 1RY Open Â to Â all Â interested Â singers Â without Â audition. Â Info: Â Milk Â & Â Honey Â Quiltersâ€™ Â Guild Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â American Â /HJLRQ 6X]DQQH 0F1HLOO ZLWK /\QGD 5KHDXPH will Â present Â â€œTen Â Minute Â Block.â€? Â Learn Â to Â create Â a Â quilt Â block Â in Â less Â than Â an Â hour. Â Bring Â your Â machine. Â If Â you Â are Â not Â on Â the Â guild Â e-Âmail Â list, Â call Â Lynda Â at Â 247-Â3771 Â for Â material Â and Â supply Â information. Â (OHFWLRQRIRIÂżFHUVVKRZFRPPLWWHHGLVFXV-Â sion. Â Show Â and Â tell Â as Â always. Â Info: Â 388-Â7127. Â Discussion Â of Â VPTâ€™s Â â€œMarch Â on Â Washingtonâ€? Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Tuesday, Â Sept. Â 24, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â 216 Â McCardell Â Bicentennial Â Hall. Â A Â screening Â RIH[FHUSWVIURPWKH937GRFXPHQWDU\IROORZHGE\ a Â panel Â discussion. Â Free Â and Â open Â to Â the Â public.
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9 : 3 0 -Â DP (DVWYLHZ 7KH ÂżUVW LQ D series Â of Â beginner Â tai Â chi Â classes Â for Â seniors, Â meet-Â LQJ :HGQHVGD\V DQG )ULGD\V WKURXJK 1RY Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â for Â people Â DJHRUROGHUFDQKHOSLPSURYHEDODQFHĂ€H[LELOLW\ DQG PXVFOH VWUHQJWK 5HJLVWHU DW H[W Senior Â night Â meal Â in Â Bridport. Â Wednesday, Â Sept. Â SP %ULGSRUW *UDQJH &9$$ VSRQ-Â sors Â this Â last Â evening Â meal Â of Â the Â year, Â catered Â by Â 5RVLHÂśV'LQQHUVHUYHGSURPSWO\DWSPIROORZHG E\ D VLOHQWWHDFXS DXFWLRQ IRU JLIW FHUWLÂżFDWHV home Â baked Â goodies Â and Â more. Â Menu: Â chicken Â and Â biscuits, Â Ronnieâ€™s Â signature Â coleslaw Â and Â IUXLW FULVS 6XJJHVWHG GRQDWLRQ 5HVHUYDWLRQV UHTXLUHG)UHHORFDOWUDQVSRUWDWLRQ by Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Local Â author Â in Â Shoreham. Â Wednesday, Â Sept. Â SP 3ODWW 0HPRULDO /LEUDU\ /RFDO ZULWHU Sue Â MacIntire Â will Â sign Â copies Â of Â her Â new Â book, Â â€œShoreham,â€? Â and Â give Â a Â short Â talk Â with Â â€œinsider Â infor-Â mation.â€? Â Light Â refreshments. Â Co-Âsponsored Â by Â the Â library Â and Â the Â Shoreham Â Historical Â Society. Â Info: Â 897-Â2647. Â Youth Â hockey Â registration Â in Â Middlebury. Â :HGQHVGD\ 6HSW SP 0HPRULDO 6SRUWV Center. Â Middlebury Â Area Â Hockey Â Association Â is Â holding Â signups Â for Â all Â of Â its Â youth Â hockey Â programs, Â including Â Learn Â to Â Skate Â sessions Â for Â 4-Â Â to Â 7-Âyear-Â olds. Â Info: Â www.middleburyhockey.org. Â College Â essay-Âwriting Â workshop Â in Â Middlebury. Â :HGQHVGD\6HSWSP,OVOH\/LEUDU\ Community Â Room. Â Strategies Â for Â College Â invites Â high Â school Â juniors Â and Â seniors Â to Â attend Â â€œWriting Â a Â Winning Â College Â Essay.â€? Â Free, Â but Â registration Â required: Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â
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Clifford Â Symposium Â keynote Â address Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Thursday, Â Sept. Â 26, Â 4:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â David Â Bellos, Â direc-Â tor Â of Â the Â Program Â in Â Translation Â and Â Intercultural Â Communication Â at Â Princeton Â University, Â delivers Â a Â keynote Â for Â the Â 2013 Â Clifford Â Symposium, Â Sept. Â 26-Â28, Â titled Â â€œTranslation Â in Â a Â Global Â Community: Â Theory Â and Â Practice.â€? Â Free. Â Holistic Â health Â center Â grand Â opening Â in Â Middlebury. 7KXUVGD\ 6HSW SP 7KH 9LWDO :HOO 0DSOH 6W 6XLWH &HOHEUDWLQJ the Â opening Â of Â The Â Vital Â Well Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works. Â $WJXHVWVSHDNHU5DFKHO(GZDUGV06/$F will Â present Â â€œPracticing Â Health Â From Â the Â Inside Â Out: Â An Â Introduction Â to Â Chinese Â Medicine Â and Â the Â Cultivation Â of Â Wellness.â€? Â Info: Â rachelbaird@gmail. com. Â Top Â Chef Â Shenanigans Â for Â teens Â in Â Middlebury. Â 7KXUVGD\ 6HSW SP ,OVOH\ /LEUDU\ Think Â youâ€™ve Â got Â what Â it Â takes Â to Â create Â the Â best Â concoction Â out Â of Â limited Â ingredients? Â For Â teen Â in Â grade Â 7-Â12. Â Hosted Â by Â Ilsleyâ€™s Â VolunTeens. Â Info: Â 388-Â4097. Â Addison Â County Â Community Â Summer Â in Â Bristol. Â
T h u r s d a y, Â Sept. Â 26, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â +LJK6FKRRO)HDWXULQJVFUHHQLQJVRIDPLQXWH movie Â about Â Addison Â County, Â featuring Â several Â Bristol Â residents; Â the Â movie Â â€œHow Â to Â Live Â to Â Be Â 100,â€? Â featuring Â the Â Bristol Â Stampede; Â and Â student-Âmade Â PRYLHVDERXW%ULVWRO/LQFROQ0RQNWRQ1HZ+DYHQ and Â Starksboro. Â Organized Â by Â Sen. Â Bill Â Doyle Â and Â the Â MAUHS Â Social Â Studies Â Department. Â â€œBeekeeping Â in Â Addison Â Countyâ€? Â talk Â in Â New Â Haven.7KXUVGD\6HSWSP1HZ+DYHQ &RPPXQLW\ /LEUDU\ .LUN :HEVWHU RZQHU RI Champlain Â Valley Â Bees Â & Â Queens, Â will Â speak. Â Info: Â Connie Â Dover Â and Â Skip Â Gorman Â in Â concert Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â Sept. Â 26, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â First Â Baptist Â Church, Â Park Â Street. Â Singer Â Connie Â Dover Â and Â ÂżGGOHUJXLWDULVWVLQJHU 6NLS *RUPDQ H[SORUH WKH Celtic Â roots Â of Â cowboy Â music. Â Doors Â open Â at Â Tickets Â available Â at Â Recycled Â Reading Â of Â Vermont, Â $0DLQ6W$GYDQFHWLFNHWSXUFKDVHUV receive Â a Â special Â premium. Â
Clifford Â Symposium Â keynote Â address Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Friday, Â Sept. Â 27, Â noon-Â2 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â Emily Â Apter, Â professor Â of Â French Â and Â FRPSDUDWLYHOLWHUDWXUHDW1HZ<RUN8QLYHUVLW\DQG author Â of Â â€œThe Â Translation Â Zone,â€? Â delivers Â a Â keynote Â for Â the Â 2013 Â Clifford Â Symposium, Â Sept. Â 26-Â28, Â titled Â â€œTranslation Â in Â a Â Global Â Community: Â Theory Â and Â Practice.â€? Â Free. Â Table Â of Â Grace Â free Â meal Â in Â Vergennes. Â Friday, Â Sept. Â SP 9HUJHQQHV &RQJUHJDWLRQDO &KXUFK 0RQWKO\ GLQQHU VSRQVRUHG E\ WKH 1RUWK Ferrisburgh Â United Â Methodist, Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Episcopal, Â Vergennes Â Congregational Â and Â St. Â Peterâ€™s Â churches. Â Free, Â but Â donations Â accepted. Â Menu: Â FKLFNHQDQGELVFXLWVZLWKVWXIÂżQJSHDVFUDQEHUU\ sauce Â and Â dessert. Â Artistâ€™s Â talk Â and Â reception Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â Sept. Â 27, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â WalkOver Â Gallery. Â Celebrating Â Chepe Â &XDGUDÂśVH[KLELWRIODUJHVFDOHSDLQWLQJVWLWOHGÂł%DFN 3RUWUDLWV$6HDUFKIRU,GHQWLW\Â´2QH[KLELWWKURXJK 2FW5HFHSWLRQIHDWXUHVWUDGLWLRQDO1LFDUDJXDQ IRRG DQG VRXQGV RI WKH 1LFDUDJXDQ VWUHHWV 7KH Spanish-Âspeaking Â community Â is Â most Â welcome Â to Â attend Â this Â cultural, Â multi-Âsensory Â evening. Â Info: Â H[W Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â and Â the Â Connor Â Sisters Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â Sept. Â 27, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â 7ZR %URWKHUV 7DYHUQ /RFDO EOXHJUDVV H[SHUWV WHDPXSZLWKWKHH[WUDRUGLQDU\&RQQRU6LVWHUVZKR VLQJLQWKHSXUHVWEOXHJUDVVVW\OH7LFNHWV VWXGHQWVDYDLODEOHDWWKH7+7ER[RIÂżFH or Â www.townhalltheater.org. Â
Ride, Â Roast Â and Â Rock! Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â Sept. Â 28, Â 8 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â town Â green. Â Fourth Â annual Â pig Â roast, Â bike Â tour Â and Â live Â music Â by Â local Â teen Â bands, Â
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Shoreham Â stories LOCAL Â WRITER Â SUE Â MacIntire Â comes Â to Â the Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library Â in Â Shoreham Â on Â Wednesday, Â Sept. Â 25, Â at Â 6 Â p.m. Â to Â sign Â copies Â of Â and Â give Â a Â short Â talk Â about Â her Â new Â book, Â â€œShoreham.â€? Â Light Â refreshments Â will Â be Â served. 6W &HOHEUDWLQJ QHZ ZRUNV SKRWRJUDSK\ E\ 0DU\ %UHYGDDQGSDLQWLQJVE\+RPHU:HOOV Family Â potluck Â movie Â night Â in Â Middlebury. Â 6DWXUGD\6HSWSP0LGGOHEXU\8QLWHG 0HWKRGLVW &KXUFK Âł6RXO 6XUIHUÂ´ UDWHG 3* )RRG DYDLODEOHRUEULQJDGLVKWRVKDUH1RFKDUJH,QIR Radio Â host Â Joel Â Najman Â in Â Middlebury.6DWXUGD\ 6HSW SP 7RZQ +DOO 7KHDWHU 935 FHOHEUDWHV 1DMPDQÂśV WK DQQLYHUVDU\ RI KRVWLQJ Âł0\ 3ODFHÂ´ DQG KLV \HDU FDUHHU LQ EURDGFDVW-Â LQJ1DMPDQZLOOVSLQWXQHVIURPWKHÂśVDQGVKDUH VWRULHV (YHQW LQFOXGHV GDQFLQJ 7ZLVWHU WRXUQD-Â PHQW SUL]HV IRU WKH EHVW KDLUGR JRJR GDQFHUV UHIUHVKPHQWV DQG PRUH 0RG FRVWXPHV KLJKO\ HQFRXUDJHG $GPLVVLRQ LV D QRQSHULVKDEOH IRRG GRQDWLRQWR+23(,QIRZZZWRZQKDOOWKHDWHURUJ Shine Â a Â Light Â on Â Domestic Â Violence Â auction Â in Â Middlebury. 6DWXUGD\ 6HSW SP 0DLQ/RFDODUWLVWVKDYHWUDQVIRUPHGVHFRQGKDQG ODPSVLQWRDUWIRUDVLOHQWDXFWLRQWRUDLVHPRQH\ IRU GRPHVWLF YLROHQFH SUHYHQWLRQ DQG HGXFDWLRQ /LYHPXVLFZLWKIDWKHUDQGGDXJKWHU-LPDQG$QQD /LHQDXRI%DQG$QQD Contra Â dance Â in Â Middlebury. 6DWXUGD\ 6HSW SP 0XQLFLSDO J\P $FFODLPHG PXVL-Â FLDQ DQG EDUQ GDQFH FDOOHU 'XGOH\ /DXIPDQ ZLOO EHFDOOLQJ$OOGDQFHVWDXJKWQRSDUWQHURUH[SHUL-Â HQFHQHFHVVDU\:HDUVRIWVROHGQRQVWUHHWVKRHV $GPLVVLRQ &RVSRQVRUHG E\ WKH 0LGGOHEXU\ 5HF'HSDUWPHQWDQGWKH9HUPRQW)RONOLIH&HQWHU ,QIR Emily Â Mure Â in Â concert Â in Â Brandon.6DWXUGD\6HSW SP %UDQGRQ 0XVLF &RXQWU\ &OXE 5RDG 0XUH LV D FODVVLFDOO\ WUDLQHG RERLVW WXUQHG VLQJHUVRQJZULWHU ZKR LQWHJUDWHV KHU FODV-Â VLFDO EDFNJURXQG ZLWK D IRON VW\OH RI VLQJLQJ $GPLVVLRQ 5HVHUYDWLRQV HQFRXUDJHG RULQIR#EUDQGRQPXVLFQHW â€œCaesar Â Must Â Dieâ€? Â screening Â at Â Middlebury Â College. 6DWXUGD\ 6HSW SP 'DQD
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Cynthia Â Braren Â Trio Friday, Â Sept Â 27, Â 8-Ââ€?10pm The Â Cynthia Â Braren Â Trio Â showcases Â a Â blend Â of Â originals Â and Â current Â covers Â in Â a Â soulful Â indie Â jazz Â style.
Shine Â a Â Light Â for Â Ĺ˝ĹľÄžĆ?Ć&#x;Ä?sĹ?Ĺ˝ĹŻÄžĹśÄ?Äž Saturday, Â September Â 28 Â | Â 7-Ââ€?10pm The Â Addison Â County Â Council Â Ĺ?Ä‚Ĺ?ĹśĆ?ĆšĹ˝ĹľÄžĆ?Ć&#x;Ä?Ä‚ĹśÄš^ÄžÇ†ĆľÄ‚ĹŻ sĹ?Ĺ˝ĹŻÄžĹśÄ?ÄžĹ?Ć?Ĺ˝ĹśÄ?ÄžÄ‚Ĺ?Ä‚Ĺ?ĹśĹšĹ˝Ć?Ć&#x;ĹśĹ? ĆšĹšÄžĹ?ĆŒÄ‚ĹśĹśĆľÄ‚ĹŻĆ?Ĺ?ĹŻÄžĹśĆšÄ‚ĆľÄ?Ć&#x;Ĺ˝ĹśĹ˝Ä¨ Ć?ÄžÄ?Ĺ˝ĹśÄšÍ˛ĹšÄ‚ĹśÄšĹŻÄ‚ĹľĆ‰Ć?Í•Ä?ÄžÄ‚ĆľĆ&#x;Ä¨ĆľĹŻĹŻÇ‡ Ä?ĆŒÄ‚ĹŒÄžÄšĹ?ĹśĆšĹ˝Ć‰Ĺ?ÄžÄ?ÄžĆ?Ĺ˝Ä¨Ä‚ĆŒĆšÄ?Ç‡ĹŻĹ˝Ä?Ä‚ĹŻ Ä‚ĆŒĆ&#x;Ć?ĆšĆ?Í˜ĹŻĹŻĆ‰ĆŒĹ˝Ä?ÄžÄžÄšĆ?Ä¨ĆŒĹ˝ĹľĆšĹšÄž Ä‚ĆľÄ?Ć&#x;Ĺ˝ĹśÇ Ĺ?ĹŻĹŻĹ?Ĺ˝ĆšĹ˝Ç Ä‚ĆŒÄš^sÍ›Ć? Ä?Ĺ˝ĹśĆ&#x;ĹśĆľÄ‚ĹŻÄžÄŤĹ˝ĆŒĆšĆ?ĆšĹ˝ĹšÄžĹŻĆ‰ÄžÄšĆľÄ?Ä‚ĆšÄž our Â community Â and Â service Â Ć‰ĆŒĹ˝Ç€Ĺ?ÄšÄžĆŒĆ?Ĺ?ĹśĆšĹšÄžĆ‰ĆŒÄžÇ€ÄžĹśĆ&#x;Ĺ˝ĹśĹ˝Ä¨ ÄšĹ˝ĹľÄžĆ?Ć&#x;Ä?ÍŹĆ?ÄžÇ†ĆľÄ‚ĹŻÇ€Ĺ?Ĺ˝ĹŻÄžĹśÄ?ÄžÍ˜>Ĺ?Ç€Äž ĹľĆľĆ?Ĺ?Ä?Ä?Ç‡:Ĺ?ĹľÄ‚ĹśÄšĹśĹśÄ‚>Ĺ?ÄžĹśÄ‚Ćľ of Â BandAnna
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SNAKE Â MOUNTAIN Â BLUEGRASS Â & Â THE Â CONNOR Â SISTERS
Goodtime bluegrass music comes to THT Friday Bluegrass Â is Â the Â ultimate Â good-Â time Â music, Â and Â Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â plays Â some Â of Â the Â best Â around. Â The Â band Â returns Â to Â Middle-Â bury Â on Â Friday Â to Â play Â their Â annual Â gig Â in Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â is Â a Â four-Âpiece Â band Â based Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Â Middlebury Â College Â teacher Â
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Gregg Â Humphrey Â and Â Middlebury Â with Â Connorâ€™s Â nieces, Â the Â Connor Â construction Â company Â owner Â Mike Â Sisters Â â€” Â Monica, Â Katie Â and Â Megan. Â Connor Â formed Â Snake Â Mountain Â Raised Â on Â a Â local Â farm, Â they Â started Â Bluegrass Â about Â 25 Â years Â ago. Â At Â to Â play Â instruments Â and Â sing Â under Â the Â time, Â both Â Humphrey Â (guitar Â WKHLQĂ€XHQFHRIWKHLUXQFOHÂł,ORYH the Â sound Â they Â make,â€? Â and Â vocals) Â and Â Connor Â says Â THT Â executive Â di-Â (banjo Â and Â vocals) Â were Â rector Â Douglas Â Ander-Â living Â near Â Snake Â Moun-Â son. Â â€œItâ€™s Â authentic Â blue-Â tain, Â and Â when Â someone Â JUDVVDQGWKH\ÂśUHWHUULÂżF asked Â them Â what Â style Â of Â musicians Â as Â well.â€? bluegrass Â they Â played, Â Tickets Â are Â $17 Â gener-Â â€œSnake Â Mountain Â Blue-Â al, Â $10 Â students, Â and Â may Â grass,â€? Â was Â their Â imme-Â diate Â response. Â Itâ€™s Â been Â BY GREG PAHL be Â purchased Â at Â town-Â halltheater.org, Â 382-Â the Â bandâ€™s Â name Â ever Â DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH GDLO\ since. They Â have Â recently Â released Â two Â except Â Sunday, Â noon Â to Â 5 Â p.m.) Â and Â CDs, Â â€œâ€™Bout Â Time,â€? Â which Â features Â at Â the Â door, Â if Â available. their Â unique Â blend Â of Â bluegrass Â mu-Â EMILY Â MURE Â IN Â BRANDON On Â Saturday Â at Â 7:30 Â pm, Â Bran-Â sic Â and Â tight Â harmony Â singing, Â and Â â€œUnder Â the Â Radar,â€? Â where Â they Â have Â don Â Music Â presents Â Emily Â Mure, Â a Â classically Â trained Â musician Â turned Â included Â seven Â original Â songs. Lately Â the Â band Â has Â joined Â forces Â singer-Âsongwriter. Â Mure Â has Â extraor-Â dinary Â talent Â for Â integrating Â her Â clas-Â sical Â background Â with Â a Â folk Â style Â of Â singing Â and Â songwriting. After Â high Â school, Â Mure Â furthered Â
her Â music Â education Â at Â Ithaca Â Col-Â lege Â where Â she Â discovered Â folk Â and Â bluegrass Â music Â and Â learned Â to Â play Â guitar. Â It Â is Â there Â that Â she Â fell Â in Â love Â with Â Irish Â traditional Â music, Â which Â inspired Â her Â to Â study Â Irish Â Celtic Â music Â at Â the Â University Â of Â Limerick. Â After Â graduation, Â she Â moved Â to Â Gal-Â way Â and Â began Â her Â performance Â ca-Â reer Â as Â a Â songwriter, Â making Â her Â liv-Â ing Â busking Â on Â the Â streets Â of Â Ireland Â for Â six Â months. Mure Â returned Â to Â New Â York Â in Â ZKHUH VKH UHOHDVHG KHU ÂżUVW full-Âlength Â album, Â â€œWhere Â I Â Began.â€? Â Her Â second Â album, Â â€œOdysseyâ€? Â was Â released Â this Â summer. Â Mureâ€™s Â songs Â have Â been Â featured Â on Â TV Â networks Â including Â ABC Â and Â PBS. General Â admission Â is Â $15 Â with Â a Â pre-Âconcert Â dinner Â available Â for Â $15. Â Reservations Â are Â encouraged. Â Venue Â is Â BYOB. Â Call Â 465-Â4071 Â or Â e-Âmail Â info@brandon-Âmusic.net Â for Â res-Â ervations Â or Â information. Â Brandon Â Music Â is Â located Â at Â 62 Â Country Â Club Â (See Â Arts Â Beat, Â Page Â 11)
Every Wednesday Night FAMILY Â GAME Â NIGHT Bring in your favorite board game or play one of ours! Kids Under 10 Eat Free! (off the kids menu with each adult meal purchased).
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Cosmic Forecast For the week of September 23
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Arts Â Beat (Continued Â from Â Page Â 10) Road Â in Â Brandon. Â For Â additional Â in-Â formation, Â visit Â brandon-Âmusic.net. DUDLEY Â LAUFMAN On Â Saturday, Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m., Â re-Â nowned Â musician Â and Â caller Â Dud-Â ley Â Laufman Â of Â Canterbury, Â N.H. Â will Â play Â for Â a Â contra Â dance Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â Municipal Â Gymnasium. Â Laufman Â will Â be Â joined Â by Â his Â wife, Â -DFTXHOLQHZKRLVDOVRDÂżGGOHUDV well Â as Â a Â number Â of Â other Â local Â mu-Â sicians. At Â 82, Â Laufman Â has Â been Â dubbed Â an Â â€œelder Â statesman Â of Â the Â American Â folk Â dance Â scene,â€? Â having Â called Â his Â ÂżUVWGDQFHLQ+HLVWKHEULGJH generation Â between Â the Â old-Âtime Â New Â England Â village Â dance Â tradi-Â tion Â and Â the Â counterculture Â revival Â of Â contra Â dancing Â that Â began Â in Â the Â 1970s. Â â€œDudley Â dancesâ€? Â in Â such Â communities Â as Â South Â Strafford Â were Â legendary Â events. The Â dance Â will Â be Â held Â in Â the Â gymnasium Â adjoining Â the Â Middle-Â EXU\WRZQRIÂżFHV$OOGDQFHVZLOOEH taught. Â No Â partner Â or Â prior Â experi-Â ence Â is Â necessary. Â All Â ages Â are Â wel-Â come. Â Soft-Âsoled, Â non-Âstreet Â shoes Â are Â required. Â This Â dance Â is Â part Â of Â a Â long Â local Â heritage Â of Â social Â dances, Â which Â offer Â an Â excellent Â way Â to Â meet Â
new Â people. For Â more Â information Â call Â the Â Middlebury Â Rec Â Department Â at Â 388-Â 7828 Â or Â visit Â the Â Vermont Â Folklife Â Centerâ€™s Â website Â at Â vermontfolklife-Â center.org. â€˜VPR Â A-ÂGO-ÂGOâ€™ Â AT Â THT Heâ€™s Â been Â on Â the Â air Â with Â Vermont Â Public Â Radio Â for Â 30 Â years, Â and Â his Â show, Â â€œMy Â Place,â€? Â has Â thousands Â of Â loyal Â fans. Â But Â he Â started Â his Â Ver-Â mont Â broadcasting Â career Â in Â Middle-Â bury. Joel Â Najman Â attended Â Middlebury Â College Â and Â in Â 1965 Â he Â worked Â at Â station Â WFAD. Â His Â 50-Âyear Â broad-Â casting Â career Â is Â being Â celebrated Â back Â in Â the Â town Â where Â he Â got Â his Â start, Â as Â Vermont Â Public Â Radio Â pres-Â ents Â â€œVPR Â A-ÂGo-ÂGoâ€? Â at Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â on Â Saturday, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. In Â a Â sense, Â Najman Â has Â never Â left Â the Â 1960s Â and Â the Â preceding Â decade, Â as Â he Â mines Â that Â period Â every Â week Â on Â his Â radio Â show Â for Â classic Â rock-Â and-Âroll Â hits Â and Â forgotten Â gems. At Â Town Â Hall Â Theater, Â Najman Â will Â be Â spinning Â his Â favorite Â tunes, Â sharing Â stories Â and Â getting Â everyone Â on Â their Â feet. Â There Â will Â be Â a Â Twister Â tournament, Â prizes Â for Â the Â best Â hair-Â do, Â go-Âgo Â dancers Â and Â refreshments. Â (See Â Beat, Â Page Â 13)
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This week’s puzzle is rated Across
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Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â September Â 23, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 13
Beat (Continued Â from Â Page Â 11) Mod Â costumes Â are Â highly Â encour-Â aged. To Â be Â admitted Â to Â the Â event Â people Â need Â only Â to Â present Â a Â non-Âperishable Â food Â item Â that Â will Â be Â donated Â to Â HOPE. TWO Â BROTHERS Â TAVERN There Â will Â be Â four Â live Â musical Â per-Â formances Â this Â week Â at Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern Â in Â Middlebury. Â On Â Thursday, Â Two Â Brothers Â pres-Â ents Â the Â Vermont Â Comedy Â Club Â Showcase, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â Experienced Â lo-Â cal Â comedians Â provide Â laughs Â in Â the Â Lounge Â â€” Â with Â a Â little Â something Â for Â everyone. Â All Â ages Â welcome. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover Â charge. At Â 6 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â Two Â Brothers Â presents Â BandAnna. Â With Â powerful, Â soulful Â vocals Â backed Â by Â a Â tight Â group Â of Â veteran Â blues Â players, Â BandAnna Â plays Â an Â exciting Â mix Â of Â music Â styles. Â Reservations Â and Â walk-Âins Â welcome Â for Â this Â special Â dinner-Âhour Â show Â in Â the Â Lounge. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Then, Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â Rehab Â Roadhouse Â takes Â to Â the Â stage. Â Rehab Â 5RDGKRXVH FRPELQHV WKH LQĂ€XHQFHV of Â Bruce Â Springsteen, Â AC/DC, Â Phish Â and Â the Â Grateful Â Dead Â together Â into Â a Â sonic Â stew Â that Â is Â sure Â to Â satisfy Â your Â aural Â palette. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Finally, Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â Tumbleweed Â Highway Â will Â perform. Â Their Â shows Â are Â known Â for Â extended Â jams, Â zydeco Â grooves, Â soulful Â ballads Â
and Â upbeat Â honky-Âtonk Â tunes. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Â For Â more Â information, Â call Â 388-Â0002. LIVE Â MUSIC Â AT Â 51 Â MAIN There Â will Â be Â two Â live Â musical Â events Â this Â week Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â 51 Â Main. Â On Â Friday, Â the Â Cynthia Â Braren Â Trio Â will Â perform Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â The Â trio Â showcases Â a Â blend Â of Â originals Â and Â current Â covers Â in Â a Â soulful Â indie Â jazz Â style. Then, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â 51 Â Main Â presents Â Shine Â a Â Light Â on Â Do-Â mestic Â Violence. Â The Â Addison Â Coun-Â ty Â Council Â Against Â Domestic Â and Â Sexual Â Violence Â is Â once Â again Â host-Â ing Â its Â annual Â silent Â auction Â of Â sec-Â ond-Âhand Â lamps, Â beautifully Â crafted Â into Â pieces Â of Â art Â by Â local Â artists. Â All Â proceeds Â from Â the Â auction Â will Â go Â to-Â ward Â ACCADSVâ€™s Â continual Â efforts Â to Â help Â educate Â our Â community Â and Â service Â providers Â in Â the Â prevention Â of Â domestic/sexual Â violence. Â Live Â mu-Â sic Â will Â be Â provided Â by Â Jim Â and Â Anna Â Lienau Â of Â BandAnna. 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. DOVER Â & Â GORMAN Â Connie Â Dover Â and Â Skip Â Gorman Â will Â perform Â in Â the Â First Â Baptist Â Church, Â 10 Â Park Â St. Â in Â Bristol, Â on Â Thursday Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Join Â this Â wonderful Â duo Â as Â they Â explore Â the Â Celtic Â roots Â of Â cowboy Â PXVLF ZLWK ÂżGGOH PDQGROLQ DQG
guitar. Â â€œJust Â occasionally, Â a Â voice Â arrives Â on Â the Â folk Â scene Â that Â is Â so Â pure, Â so Â beautiful, Â so Â magical, Â that Â it Â tells Â you: Â This Â is Â how Â to Â sing Â a Â song. Â Such Â a Â voice Â has Â Connie Â Dover,â€? Â says Â The Â Scotsman Â (Scotlandâ€™s Â na-Â tional Â newspaper). Tickets Â are Â $20 Â in Â advance Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â All Â tickets Â purchased Â prior Â to Â 4 Â p.m. Â on Â Thursday Â include Â a Â $10 Â Bobcat Â Cafe Â & Â Brewery Â Gift Â Cer-Â WLÂżFDWHYDOLGRQWKHGD\RIWKHSHU-Â formance, Â before Â or Â after Â the Â show). Â For Â more Â information Â or Â to Â purchase Â tickets, Â call Â 453-Â5982. Â To Â make Â din-Â ner Â reservations Â at Â the Â Bobcat, Â call Â 453-Â3311. INTâ€™L Â FILM Â SERIES The Â exciting Â 2013-Â2014 Â Middle-Â bury Â College Â International Â Film Â Se-Â ries Â continues Â on Â Saturday Â with Â the Â ,WDOLDQÂżOPÂł&DHVDU0XVW'LHÂ´ Set Â inside Â the Â high-Âsecurity Â wing Â RI 5RPHÂśV 5HEELD SULVRQ WKLV ÂżOP follows Â a Â group Â of Â inmatesâ€™ Â produc-Â tion Â of Â â€œJulius Â Caesar.â€? Â Directors Â Paolo Â and Â Vittorio Â Taviani Â use Â pris-Â oners Â as Â their Â actors, Â mixing Â narra-Â tive Â and Â documentary Â together. Â Ul-Â WLPDWHO\WKHÂżOPH[SORUHVWKHHIIHFW of Â art Â on Â life Â and Â vice Â versa. 7KH ÂżOP LQ ,WDOLDQ ZLWK (QJOLVK subtitles, Â will Â be Â shown Â at Â 3 Â and Â again Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â in Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â ,WÂśV IUHH 6RPH RI WKH ÂżOPV LQ WKLV series Â may Â be Â inappropriate Â for Â chil-Â dren.
KIRK Â WEBSTER
Beekeeping Â presentation Â on Â tap NEW Â HAVEN Â â€” Â Kirk Â Webster Â of Â Champlain Â Valley Â Bees Â and Â Queens, Â will Â be Â at Â the Â New Â Haven Â Community Â Library Â on Â Thursday, Â Sept. Â 26, Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â to Â present Â a Â program Â titled Â â€œBeekeeping Â in Â Addison Â County.â€? Webster, Â who Â has Â been Â keep-Â
ing Â bees Â in Â Addison Â County Â since Â the Â 1980s, Â will Â answer Â audience Â questions Â about Â beekeeping Â and Â share Â his Â extensive Â knowledge Â of Â bees Â and Â their Â environment. Â All Â are Â welcome. For Â further Â information, Â call Â the Â library Â at Â 453-Â4015.
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A Â winning Â college Â essay
Brandon chef receives top Vt. honors
BRANDON Â â€” Â Chef Â Robert Â Barral, Â ex-Â ecutive Â chef/owner Â of Â CafĂŠ Â Provence Â in Â Brandon, Â has Â been Â selected Â as Â Chef Â of Â the Â Year Â by Â the Â Vermont Â Chamber Â of Â Com-Â merce. Â The Â award Â was Â bestowed Â at Â the Â Vermont Â Chamber Â Hospitality Â Gala, Â held Â at Â the Â Mountain Â Top Â Inn Â and Â Resort Â on Â Sept. Â 10 Â in Â Chittenden. Barral Â is Â originally Â from Â the Â Montpelier Â area Â in Â France. Â He Â has Â been Â the Â executive Â FKHILQVRPHRIWKHÂżQHVWNLWFKHQVLQWKH world, Â including Â the Â Four Â Seasons Â in Â Bos-Â ton, Â the Â New Â England Â Culinary Â Institute Â and Â CafĂŠ Â Provence, Â which Â he Â opened Â in Â 2004. %DUUDOFRQWLQXHVWRWHDFKFRRNLQJFODVV-Â HVHYHU\ZHHNLQWKHUHVWDXUDQWÂśVFXOLQDU\ theater. Â He Â is Â a Â regular Â contributor Â to Â :&$;79ÂśV PRUQLQJ QHZV VKRZ ZKHUH KHGHPRQVWUDWHVJUHDWFRRNLQJWHFKQLTXHV He, Â along Â with Â his Â business Â partner Â Line Â Barral Â recently Â received Â the Â Brandon Â &KDPEHURI&RPPHUFH3UHVLGHQWÂśV$ZDUG Other Â honorees Â at Â the Â gala Â include Â Beth Â .HQQHWW RI /LEHUW\ +LOO )DUP ,QQNHHSHU RIWKH<HDU7RGG3DWRQRI5RFNRI$JHV Allied Â Member Â of Â the Â Year;Íž Â and Â Jed Â Da-Â vis, Â Rob Â Downey, Â Paul Â Sayler Â and Â Phillip Â Clayton Â of Â The Â Farmhouse Â Group, Â Restau-Â rateurs Â of Â the Â Year.
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Students of the Week from area High Schools
Middlebury Union High School
Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â is Â pleased Â to Â recognize Â Katherine Â â€œKateâ€? Â Knowles Â as Â its Â Student Â of Â the Â Week. Â Kate Â is Â the Â daughter Â of Â Larry Â Knowles Â of Â Middlebury Â and Â Anne Â Knowles Â of Â Cornwall. Â She Â was Â presented Â with Â the Â Dorey Â Cup Â last Â June, Â an Â honor Â bestowed Â on Â RQHPDOHDQGRQHIHPDOHVWXGHQWLQJUDGHVLQFHIRURYHUDOO athletic Â ability, Â leadership, Â scholarship Â and Â moral Â integrity. ,QJUDGH.DWHUHFHLYHGWKH+LJK+RQRU$ZDUGIURPWKH6RFLHW\ of Â Women Â Engineers. Â Kate Â has Â achieved Â academic Â High Â Honors Â and Â Honors Â for Â the Â past Â three Â years Â and Â received Â the Â Presidentâ€™s Â $ZDUGIRU$FDGHPLF([FHOOHQFHLQJUDGHVDQG6KHUHFHLYHG Honorable Â Mention Â for Â the Â American Â Legion Â Department Â Awards Â LQ (QJOLVK LQ JUDGHV DQG DQG VFLHQFH LQ JUDGH .DWH KDV completed Â AP Â U.S. Â History, Â AP Â Calculus Â I Â and Â II Â and Â AP Â Biology. Â She Â is Â currently Â enrolled Â in Â AP Â courses Â in Â World Â History, Â Statistics Â and Â English. Kate Â is Â a Â member Â of Â the Â National Â Honor Â Society Â and Â is Â a Â peer Â OHDGHU IRU JUDGH VWXGHQWV WR DLG LQ WKH VXFFHVVIXO WUDQVLWLRQ WR KLJK VFKRRO 6KH KDV FRPSHWHG RQ WKH YDUVLW\ ÂżHOG KRFNH\ WHDP all Â four Â years, Â serving Â as Â its Â captain Â this Â year. Â Kate Â has Â been Â a Â representative Â to Â the Â Student Â Senate. Â She Â plays Â bassoon Â in Â the Â Katherine Â â€œKateâ€? Â Knowles MUHS Â Concert Â Band, Â and Â traveled Â to Â New Â York Â City Â to Â play Â in Â the Â M.U.H.S. 6W3DWULFNÂśV'D\3DUDGHLQJUDGH Last Â April, Â Kate Â traveled Â to Â France Â with Â the Â MUHS Â French Â Program. Â Kate Â has Â been Â involved Â in Â community Â service Â projects. Â 6KHYROXQWHHUHGDVDWXWRULQWKH/HDUQLQJ/DELQJUDGH.DWHKDVDVVLVWHGZLWKDÂżHOGKRFNH\FOLQLFIRUHOHPHQWDU\VFKRRO VWXGHQWVIRUWKHSDVWIRXU\HDUV6KHKDVDOVRYROXQWHHUHGIRUFRPPXQLW\VXSSHUVDVZHOO7KLVIDOOVKHZLOODVVLVWLQD classroom Â at Â the Â Cornwall Â Elementary Â School. Outside Â of Â school, Â Kate Â participates Â in Â Eventing Â Competitions, Â showing Â her Â horse, Â Nugget, Â all Â over Â New Â England Â and Â in Â WKH$UHD&KDPSLRQVKLSV7KLVSDVWVXPPHUVKHZRUNHGDWWKH1RUWK)HUULVEXUJK$UEURRNEDUQLQDGGLWLRQWRDWWHQGLQJ the Â Middlebury Â College Â Field Â Hockey Â Camp. Â 7UDYHOKDVEHHQSDUWRIKHUOLIHVKHZDVERUQLQ:DOHV6KHDWWHQGHGWKH2O\PSLFVLQ/RQGRQ$VDQDYLG$OSLQH VNLHU.DWHWUDYHOVRXW:HVWHYHU\\HDUWRVNLLQSODFHVOLNH8WDK%ULWLVK&ROXPELDHWF7KLV\HDUVKHLVORRNLQJIRUZDUGWR skiing Â in Â Jackson Â Hole, Â Wyo. .DWHZLOODWWHQGDIRXU\HDUFROOHJHDQGLVSODQQLQJWRJUDGXDWHZLWKD%DFKHORURI$UWVGHJUHH2XUFRPPXQLW\ZLVKHV Kate Â the Â very Â best Â in Â all Â her Â future Â endeavors. Â Congratulations Â Kate Â from Â everyone Â at Â MUHS!
Middlebury Â Students Â of Â the Â Week Â receive Â a Â free Â pizza Â from Â Green Â Peppers.
Vergennes Union High School
Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â is Â pleased Â to Â recognize Â Phoebe Â Plank Â as Â its Â Student Â of Â the Â Week. Â Phoebe Â lives Â in Â North Â Ferrisburgh Â with Â her Â mom, Â Karen Â Petersen, Â and Â dad, Â Kurt Â Plank. Â She Â has Â two Â older Â sisters, Â Margo Â Plank Â who Â graduated Â from Â UVM Â and Â Karla Â Plank Â who Â is Â attending Â nursing Â school. Phoebe Â was Â elected Â to Â the Â National Â Honor Â Society Â as Â a Â junior Â and Â is Â currently Â the Â vice Â president. Â She Â has Â been Â on Â the Â honors Â or Â high Â honor Â roll Â since Â freshman Â year. Â Phoebe Â has Â completed Â both Â Advanced Â Placement Â Calculus Â and Â Language/Composition. Â Currently, Â she Â is Â taking Â AP Â Biology Â and Â European Â History. Â Â As Â a Â member Â of Â the Â VUHS Â community, Â Phoebe Â has Â played Â varsity Â soccer Â and Â varsity Â softball. Â Phoebe Â is Â a Â very Â active Â in Â the Â high Â schoolâ€™s Â band Â and Â chorus, Â and Â has Â been Â elected Â the Â president Â for Â both. Â She Â plays Â in Â the Â Commodore Â jazz Â band. Â Also, Â she Â has Â performed Â in Â VUHS Â musicals Â since Â her Â freshman Â year Â and Â has Â also Â represented Â her Â class Â in Â student Â council Â and Â at Â Girlsâ€™ Â State Â and Â in Â the Â Vergennes Â area Â Rotary Â Club. Â Â 3KRHEHKDVZRUNHGSDUWWLPHDVDVWRUHDVVRFLDWHDWWKH6KHOEXUQH Museum Â Gift Â Store. Â Also, Â she Â worked Â as Â a Â camp Â counselor Â at Â the Â Basin Â Harbor Â Club Â this Â summer. Â Phoebe Â has Â volunteered Â at Â several Â Shelburne Â Museum Â events, Â such Â as Â Haunted Â Happenings Â and Â Goes Â Phoebe Â Plank to Â the Â Dog. Â When Â Phoebe Â isnâ€™t Â at Â school, Â working, Â or Â volunteering, Â she Â V.U.H.S. likes Â to Â sing Â for Â fun, Â go Â hiking Â or Â camping, Â play Â sports, Â and Â spend Â time Â with Â friends. Â Â When Â asked Â about Â what Â she Â has Â learned Â from Â high Â school Â Phoebe Â replied, Â â€œHigh Â school Â is Â where Â you Â discover Â who Â you Â are. Â 7DNHDGYDQWDJHRIHYHU\RSSRUWXQLW\DQGGRQÂśWOHWDQ\WLPHJRWRZDVWH7KHVHIRXU\HDUVKDYHĂ€RZQE\EXW,EHOLHYHWKDW,KDYH developed Â the Â skills Â needed Â for Â success Â in Â the Â future. Â I Â personally Â want Â to Â thank Â each Â and Â every Â person Â who Â has Â helped Â me Â through Â each Â leg Â of Â this Â journey. Â Â Without Â their Â support Â I Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â where Â I Â am Â today, Â and Â even Â though Â this Â chapter Â of Â my Â life Â is Â coming Â to Â a Â close, Â I Â know Â that Â these Â people Â that Â have Â supported Â me Â throughout Â will Â forever Â be Â part Â of Â my Â life.â€? About Â Phoebe, Â VUHS Â English Â teacher Â and Â her Â morning Â meeting Â adviser Â Chris Â Wyckoff Â said, Â â€œPhoebe Â breaks Â all Â of Â the Â traditional Â stereotypes Â and Â clichĂŠs Â that Â are Â associated Â with Â high Â school. Â She Â is Â an Â incredible Â athlete Â but Â she Â is Â also Â a Â scene Â stealer Â in Â the Â musical Â with Â her Â radiant Â smile Â and Â strong Â vocals. Â She Â is Â outgoing, Â popular Â and Â involved Â in Â her Â community, Â yet Â she Â VWLOOÂżQGVWKHWLPHIRUKHUDFDGHPLFVDQGLVLQWKH1DWLRQDO+RQRU6RFLHW\6LPSO\SXW3KRHEHURFNVÂ´ Following Â graduation Â from Â VUHS, Â Phoebe Â plans Â to Â attend Â college Â and Â major Â in Â the Â sciences. Â Her Â main Â interests Â are Â biology, Â psychology Â and Â environmental Â sciences. 7KHIDFXOW\VWDIIDQGVWXGHQWVRI98+6ZLVK3KRHEH3ODQNWKHYHU\EHVWLQWKHIXWXUH
Vergennes Â Students Â of Â the Â Week Â receive Â a Â free Â sandwich Â and Â drink Â from Â 3 Â SQUARES.
Students of the week from all area high schools will receive a gift certificate from Vermont Book Shop. Students of the Week are chosen by school teachers and administration. Congratulations on a great kick start for your future!
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Learn more about local history through lively programs ORWELL/WEST Â ADDISON Â â€” Â Two Â Vermont Â State Â Historic Â Sites Â in Â Addison Â County Â are Â offering Â history Â programs Â on Â the Â weekend Â of Â Sept. Â 28 Â and Â 29. Â First, Â British Â Lt. Â Gen. Â John Â Bur-Â goyne Â will Â come Â to Â life Â and Â visit Â the Â Mount Â Independence Â State Â Histor-Â ic Â Site Â in Â Orwell Â on Â Saturday, Â Sept. Â
28, Â at Â 2 Â p.m., Â to Â ruefully Â reminisce Â about Â his Â experiences Â during Â the Â American Â Revolutionâ€™s Â Northern Â Campaign Â of Â 1777. Â British Â actor-Â playwright Â Howard Â Burnham, Â now Â based Â in Â California, Â will Â present Â his Â lively Â and Â highly Â acclaimed Â one-Âman Â costumed Â program. Burnham Â will Â portray Â Burgoyne Â
Addison Â County Â Fair Â & Â Field Â Days 1790 Â Field Â Days Â Road, Â New Â Haven, Â VT Â 05742 Looking Â for Â a Â place Â to Â store Â your Â car, Â boat Â or Â camper Â during Â the Â long Â winter Â months? Â Â Look Â no Â furtherâ€Ś.bring Â your Â vehicles Â to Â Addison Â County Â Fair Â & Â Field Â Days. Â Our Â buildings Â are Â secured Â with Â a Â state Â of Â the Â art Â security Â system Â and Â our Â prices Â are Â competitive! Storage Â in Â Dates: Saturdays, Â October Â 12th Â & Â 19th Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 9:00-Â3:00 Sundays, Â October Â 13th Â & Â 20th Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 12:00-Â3:00 Storage Â out Â Dates: Saturdays, Â April Â 12th Â & Â 19th Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 9:00-Â3:00 Sundays, Â April Â 13th Â & Â 20th Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 12:00-Â3:00 RATES: $11 Â per Â foot Â under Â 9â€™6â€? Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â in Â secured Â building $12 Â per Â foot Â over Â 9â€™6â€? Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â in Â secured Â building $8 Â per Â foot Â under Â cover Â only Â Â Â Â Â (not Â in Â secured Â building) If Â you Â would Â like Â an Â application, Â please Â call Â RUHPDLOÂżHOGGD\V#JPDYWQHW
in Â his Â later Â years Â looking Â back Â at Â cans Â Thomas Â Paine Â and Â Gen. Â Hora-Â his Â time Â in Â the Â Americas, Â some Â of Â tio Â Gates. the Â memorable Â characters Â he Â inter-Â Mount Â Independence, Â one Â of Â acted Â with, Â and Â his Â ultimate Â sur-Â Vermontâ€™s Â state-Âowned Â historic Â render Â after Â the Â Battles Â of Â Saratoga Â sites, Â is Â a Â National Â Historic Â Land-Â in Â October Â 1777. Â The Â news Â of Â this Â mark Â and Â one Â of Â the Â best-Âpreserved Â surrender Â encouraged Â the Â French Â Revolutionary Â War Â sites Â in Â Amer-Â to Â enter Â the Â Revolutionary Â War Â ica. Â It Â is Â located Â near Â the Â end Â of Â on Â the Â American Â side, Â Mount Â Independence Â considered Â a Â major Â Road, Â six Â miles Â west Â turning Â point Â in Â his-Â British actor- of Â the Â intersections Â of Â tory. VT Â Routes Â 22A Â and Â 73 Â In Â early Â July Â 1777, Â playwright in Â Orwell. Â Call Â 802-Â Burgoyneâ€™s Â troops Â Howard 948-Â2000 Â for Â more Â were Â threatening Â the Â Burnham, information. Â It Â is Â open Â American Â forces Â at Â now based daily Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â to Â 5 Â Mount Â Independence Â p.m., Â through Â Oct. Â 14. and Â Fort Â Ticonderoga, Â in California, GUIDED Â HISTORY Â leading Â to Â the Â dramat-Â will present TOUR ic Â withdrawal Â of Â the Â his lively Then Â on Â Sunday, Â American Â Northern Â Sept. Â 29, Â 2013, Â at Â 1 Â and highly Army Â on Â the Â night Â of Â p.m. Â history Â buffs Â acclaimed July Â 6 Â and Â 7. Â can Â enjoy Â a Â leisurely Â The Â program, Â spon-Â one-man guided Â walk Â back Â sored Â by Â the Â Mount Â In-Â costumed and Â forth Â across Â the Â dependence Â Coalition Â new Â Lake Â Champlain Â and Â Vermont Â Division Â program. Bridge Â connecting Â for Â Historic Â Preserva-Â Vermont Â and Â New Â tion, Â is Â $5 Â for Â adults Â York, Â and Â learn Â about Â and Â free Â for Â children Â younger Â than Â the Â history Â all Â around Â it. Â State Â his-Â 15. Â It Â includes Â admission Â to Â the Â toric Â site Â managers Â Elsa Â Gilbertson Â museum Â and Â all Â the Â trails. at Â Chimney Â Point Â in Â Vermont Â and Â Burnham Â has Â given Â nearly Â yearly Â Tom Â Hughes Â at Â Crown Â Point Â in Â performances Â at Â Mount Â Indepen-Â New Â York Â will Â lead Â the Â tour. Â This Â dence, Â including Â interpretations Â is Â the Â last Â guided Â tour Â of Â the Â year, Â RI5HYROXWLRQDU\:DUÂżJXUHV/RUG and Â is Â one Â of Â Septemberâ€™s Â Vermont Â Cornwallis, Â Banastre Â Tarleton, Â the Â Archaeology Â Month Â events. Marquis Â de Â Lafayette, Â and Â Ameri-Â The Â area Â has Â a Â rich Â and Â united Â
history, Â with Â humans Â crossing Â and Â traveling Â there Â since Â glacial Â waters Â receded Â nearly Â 9,000 Â years Â ago. Â The Â narrow Â channel Â and Â peninsu-Â las, Â or Â points, Â on Â each Â side Â made Â this Â one Â of Â the Â most Â strategic Â spots Â on Â Lake Â Champlain Â for Â the Â Native Â Americans, Â French, Â British, Â and Â early Â Americans. Â It Â continues Â to Â be Â an Â important Â crossing Â today, Â with Â much Â to Â see Â and Â do Â in Â the Â area. Â The Â new Â bridge, Â with Â its Â sidewalks Â on Â both Â sides, Â provides Â an Â extraordi-Â nary Â opportunity Â to Â experience Â the Â lake Â from Â above Â and Â view Â the Â sce-Â nic Â and Â historic Â surroundings. Meet Â at Â the Â Crown Â Point Â State Â Historic Â Site Â museum Â in Â New Â York, Â near Â the Â New Â York Â foot Â of Â the Â bridge. Â The Â fee Â is Â $6 Â for Â adults, Â free Â for Â children Â under Â 15, Â and Â includes Â admission Â to Â both Â the Â Chimney Â Point Â and Â Crown Â Point Â museums Â after Â the Â tour. The Â Chimney Â Point Â State Â Histor-Â ic Â Site Â is Â located Â at Â 8149 Â VT Â Route Â 17. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2412 Â for Â infor-Â mation. Â The Â site Â is Â regularly Â open Â Wednesdays Â through Â Sundays Â and Â Monday Â holidays Â through Â Oct. Â 14, Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â to Â 5 Â p.m. Â The Â Crown Â Point Â State Â Historic Â Site Â is Â located Â at Â the Â New Â York Â foot Â of Â the Â bridge. Â Call Â 518-Â597-Â3666 Â for Â the Â Crown Â Point Â museum. For Â more Â information Â about Â the Â Vermont Â State Â Historic Â Sites Â visit Â historicsites.vermont.gov.
County Â educator Â Abi Â Session Â to Â offer Â memoir Â workshop MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â We Â each Â have Â stories Â to Â tell Â from Â our Â memories Â â€” Â stories Â of Â inspiring Â formative Â life Â experiences, Â stories Â of Â risks Â taken Â or Â obstacles Â overcome, Â and Â stories Â of Â small Â memorable Â moments. Â Abi Â Sessions, Â an Â experienced Â Addison Â County Â educator Â and Â Addison Â In-Â dependent Â columnist, Â will Â teach Â a Â
seven-Âsession Â workshop Â at Â St. Â Ste-Â phenâ€™s Â Church Â in Â Middlebury Â to Â help Â people Â tell Â the Â stories Â from Â their Â life Â and Â write Â them Â as Â memoirs. Â A Â personal Â memoir Â allows Â the Â au-Â thor Â to Â revive Â and Â relish Â memorable Â moments Â and Â to Â share Â insights Â and Â observations. Â Sometimes Â writing Â about Â a Â memory Â can Â help Â the Â author Â achieve Â a Â clearer Â understanding Â of Â WKHVLJQLÂżFDQFHRIWKHHYHQW0HP-Â oirs Â of Â a Â beloved Â family Â member Â give Â succeeding Â generations Â a Â way Â to Â know Â that Â person Â in Â a Â rich Â and Â personal Â way. Â Memoirs Â are Â a Â fam-Â
ilyâ€™s Â history Â and Â folklore. The Â workshop Â will Â be Â held Â weekly Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church Â in Â Middle-Â bury Â for Â seven Â weeks, Â Sept. Â 30â€“Nov. Â ZLWKDFKDUJH7KHÂżUVWVHV-Â sion Â will Â be Â Monday, Â Sept. Â 30, Â 2â€“4 Â p.m. Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â parish Â hall Â (downstairs). Â No Â pre-Âregistration Â is Â necessary. Â All Â ages Â are Â welcome, Â and Â the Â space Â is Â accessible. Â Assistance Â will Â be Â available Â for Â any Â participants Â who Â are Â physically Â unable Â to Â write. Â For Â more Â information Â call Â Abi Â Sessions Â at Â 462-Â2363.
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You Â are Â cordially Â invited Â to Â the Â Addison Â County Â Board Â of Â Realtorsâ€™ Â Fall Â Mixer Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â Inn Â on Â Thursday, Â September Â 26, Â 2013, Â sponsored Â by Â the Â National Â Bank Â of Â Middlebury. Join Â the Â Addison Â County Â Board Â of Â Realtors Â as Â we Â say Â â€œthank Â youâ€? Â to Â you Â and Â many Â other Â folks Â whom Â we Â interact Â with Â daily Â throughout Â our Â real Â estate Â transactions. Â Come Â and Â enjoy Â some Â light Â appetizers Â and Â drinks, Â and Â get Â to Â know Â your Â local Â real Â estate Â agents Â and Â many Â other Â professionals Â that Â work Â with Â buyers, Â sellers Â and Â homeowners Â each Â and Â every Â day. Â Â Where: Middlebury Â Inn 14 Â Court Â Square Â Middlebury, Â Vermont Â 05753 Â When: Thursday, Â September Â 26, Â 2013 Â 5:00 Â PM Â -Â Â 7:00 Â PM Â Â Â Â Donâ€™t Â Miss Â Out Â On Â Exciting Â Door Â Prizes! Â
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Eagle Â girlsâ€™ Â soccer Â rolls Â past Â Commodores 0W$EHPLGÂ¿HOG key Â to Â the Â victory By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY VERGENNES Â â€” Â In Â a Â rivalry Â game Â between Â two Â local Â highs Â VFKRRO JLUOVÂ¶ VRFFHU WHDPV RII WR JRRG VWDUWV YLVLWLQJ 0RXQW $EUD-Â KDP URGH VROLG PLGÂ¿HOG SOD\ WR D ZLQDW9HUJHQQHVRQ)ULGD\ 7KH (DJOH PLGÂ¿HOGHUV QRW RQO\ FRQVLVWHQWO\ZRQWKHEDWWOHVIRUWKH EDOO EXW DOVR VHW XS WKHLU IRUZDUGV WR DWWDFN WKH98+6 JRDO UHVXOWLQJ LQDDGYDQWDJHLQVKRWVDWQHW 6HQLRU VWULNHU DQG WULFDSWDLQ 0HJKDQ /LYLQJVWRQ ZKR GULOOHG KRPH WKH Â¿UVW 0RXQW $EH JRDO LQ WKH IRXUWK PLQXWH VDLG WKH (DJOHV DOVRUHPHPEHUHGWKHWZRORVVHVWKH &RPPRGRUHV KDQGHG WKHP D \HDU ago. Â Â³:HZHUHDOOZRUNLQJYHU\KDUG 9HUJHQQHVLVDOZD\VDYHU\PHQWDO HPRWLRQDO JDPH DQG ODVW \HDU ZH ORVWWZLFHWRWKHPÂ´/LYLQJVWRQVDLG Â³:HÂ¶YHDOOEHHQZRUNLQJWRZDUGWKH VDPHJRDOVDQGRXUPRWWRLVEHLQJ WHQDFLRXVDQGRXUFRYHQDQWLVWKDW ZHVZHDWWRJHWKHUZHVWLFNWRJHWK-Â HU7KLVJDPH,WKLQNLWVKRZHGWR-Â GD\:HZHUHDOOYHU\WHQDFLRXVÂ´ (DJOH&RDFK'XVWLQ&RUULJDQVDLG WKHSOD\RIKLVPLGÂ¿HOGHUVÂ²VHQLRU 0. &KDUQOH\ MXQLRU $P\ 1DXOW DQG VRSKRPRUH -XQLSHU 1DUGLHOOR 6PLWK ZHUH HVSHFLDOO\ HIIHFWLYH EXWVHYHUDORWKHU(DJOHVDOVRPDGH LPSDFWVÂ²PDGHWKHGLIIHUHQFHIRU 0RXQW$EHZKLFKLPSURYHGWR Â³, ZDV SOHDVHG ZLWK GHÂ¿QLWHO\ WKH HIIRUW DQG WKH ZD\ RXU JLUOV ZHUHDEOHWREHÂ¿UVWWRWKHEDOODQG JHWLWGRZQWRWKHJURXQGDQGSRV-Â VHVV LW DQG SXW EDOO DIWHU EDOO LQWR WKHJRDOPRXWKÂ´&RUULJDQVDLGÂ³:H ZHUHDEOHWRSOD\PRVWRIWKHJDPH LQWKHLUHQGÂ´ &RFRDFK 'ZLJKW ,ULVKÂ¶V \RXQJ &RPPRGRUHV ZHUH FRPLQJ RII ELJ ZLQVRYHU5LFHDQG0RQWSHOLHUEXW GURSSHGWRZLWKWKHVHWEDFN+H VDZ VRPH WKLQJV WR OLNH RQ )ULGD\ EXW VDLG WKH (DJOHVÂ¶ EDOOZLQQLQJ SUHYHQWHGKLVWHDPIURPGHYHORSLQJ RIIHQVLYHUK\WKP Â³3DUWVRILW,IHOWZHUH2.Â«7R PHWKHGLIIHUHQFHZDVWKHLUZLOOLQJ-Â QHVV WR JHW WR WKH EDOOÂ´ ,ULVK VDLG DGGLQJ Â³:H KHOG RXU RZQ DQG GLG DOOULJKWEXWÂ«WKH\ZHUHRXWZRUN-Â LQJXVWRWKHEDOODQGWKDWZDVWKH ERWWRPOLQHÂ´ 7KH (DJOHV DWWDFNHG HDUO\ HDUQ-Â LQJ WZR TXLFN FRUQHU NLFNV 7KH SUHVVXUH SDLG RII ZKHQ IUHVKPDQ VWULNHU (UQHVWD 0F,QWRVK PDGH D UXQGRZQWKHOHIWVLGHDQGVHUYHGWR /LYLQJVWRQMXVWLQVLGHWKHWRSRIWKH ER[ /LYLQJVWRQ ZKHHOHG VKLHOGHG WKH EDOO IURP D GHIHQGHU DQG Â¿UHG DOHIWIRRWVKRWLQWRWKHULJKWVLGHRI
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0LGGOHEXU\JLUOVÂ¶ VRFFHUGURSVWZR 0,/721 Â² 7KH 0LGGOHEXU\ 8QLRQ +LJK 6FKRRO JLUOVÂ¶ VRFFHU WHDP GURSSHG D SDLU RI URDG JDPHV ODVWZHHNDQGIHOOWRRYHUDOO 2Q :HGQHVGD\ KRVW 0LVVLVTXRL VFRUHG WKUHH WLPHV LQ WKH Â¿UVW KDOI LQDZLQRYHUWKH7LJHUV7KRVH ZHUHWKHÂ¿UVWJRDOV08+6KDGVXU-Â COMMODORES Â SARA Â STEARNS, Â left, Â and Â Kareena Â Vorsteveld, Â right, Â put Â the Â crunch Â on Â Eagle Â Meghan Â UHQGHUHG WKLV VHDVRQ (PLO\ 5RE-Â Livingston Â last Â Friday Â in Â Vergennes. Â Mount Â Abraham Â won Â the Â game, Â 3-Â1 LQVRQ VFRUHG IRU WKH 7LJHUV ZLWK DQ Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell DVVLVWIURP6RSKLD$EGXO6DWHUDOVR WKHJRDODW PDQ 0HJDQ 5RRQH\ URWDWHG LQ Â² VWURQJJDPHDOVRPDNLQJVDYHV LQ WKH Â¿UVW KDOI DQG JRDOLH 0ROO\ 2WKHU WKDQ WKDW WKH 9HUJHQQHV KHOGIDVWLQWKHÂ¿UVWKDOI IRU WKH &RPPRGRUHV DQG UHSHDW-Â &DPSEHOOPDGHVDYHV GHIHQGHUV Â² VHQLRU 3KRHEH 3ODQN Â³:HKDGJRRGPRPHQWVZRUNLQJ HGO\FRPLQJRIIWKHOLQHWREUHDNXS 2Q )ULGD\ KRVW 0LOWRQ GHDOW DQG VRSKRPRUH .DUHHQD 9RUVWH-Â WKHEDOODQGGHIHQVLYHO\Â«ZHGLG plays. Â 08+6DVHWEDFNGHVSLWHDQRWKHU YHOGVWD\HGRQWKHÂ¿HOGDQGVHQLRUV ZHOOHQRXJKNHHSLQJWKHLUIRUZDUGV Â³.&GLGDJRRGMREÂ´,ULVKVDLG GR]HQVDYHVIURP&DPSEHOO 6DPDUD 6DXVYLOOH DQG .H\DQQDK LQIURQWRIXVÂ´,ULVKVDLG Â³:HKDYHDNHHSHUDWNHHSHUÂ´ The Â Tigers Â play Â at Â Mill Â River Â on Â 6PLWK MXQLRU 7LD +XQW DQG IUHVK-Â -XQLRUJRDOLH.&$PEURVHKDGD (See Â Soccer, Â Page Â 20) 0RQGD\DQGKRVW5LFHRQ:HGQHVGD\
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Score BOARD HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
Football 9/20 Â MUHS Â vs. Â Rutland Â Â ........................35-Â0 9/21 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â Spaulding Â ................... Â 38-Â6 Field Hockey 9/19 Â Rutland Â vs. Â OV Â Â .............................. Â 3-Â2 9/21 Â CVU Â vs. Â Mt. Â Abe Â ............................. Â 1-Â0 9/21 Â S. Â Burlington Â vs. Â MUHS Â .................. Â 2-Â0 Girlsâ€™ Soccer 9/18 Â Missisquoi Â vs. Â MUHS Â Â ......................3-Â1 Â 9/19 Â Mill Â River Â vs. Â OV Â ............................. Â 1-Â0 9/20 Â Milton Â vs. Â MUHS Â ............................. Â 7-Â0 9/20 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â VUHS Â Â .......................... Â 3-Â1 Boysâ€™ Soccer 9/19 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â VUHS Â Â ............... Â 2-Â1 Â (2OT) 9/19 Â Milton Â vs. Â MUHS Â Â ............................ Â 4-Â2 9/21 Â VUHS Â vs. Â MUHS Â Â ............................2-Â1 Â Â 9/21 Â Mt. Â Abe Â vs. Â Milton Â Â ...........................1-Â0
Field Hockey 9/21 Â Bowdoin Â vs. Â Midd. Â Â ......................... Â 4-Â2 Menâ€™s Soccer 9/21 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Bowdoin Â Â ......................... Â 1-Â1 Womenâ€™s Soccer 9/21 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Bowdoin Â Â ......................... Â 2-Â1 Football 9/21 Â Midd. Â vs. Â Bowdoin Â Â ....................... Â 27-Â5
OTTER Â VALLEYâ€™S Â MAIA Â Edmunds Â battles Â for Â control Â of Â the Â ball Â during Â last Â weekâ€™s Â game Â against Â Rutland.
Photo Â by Â Lee Â Kahrs/Brandon Â Reporter
Rutland deals Otter Valley its first loss of season By Â LEE Â KAHRS BRANDON Â â€” Â It Â was Â a Â skillful, Â fast-Âpaced Â contest Â between Â two Â of Â WKH EHVW KLJK VFKRRO Â¿HOG KRFNH\ WHDPVLQWKH0DUEOH9DOOH\/HDJXH but Â in Â the Â end Â Division Â I Â Rutland Â KDQGHG ',, 2WWHU 9DOOH\ LWV Â¿UVW loss Â of Â the Â season Â last Â week, Â 3-Â2. 7KH 295XWODQG ULYDOU\ WKDW KDV GHYHORSHGLQUHFHQW\HDUVPDNHVIRU JUHDW Â¿HOG KRFNH\ DQG 7KXUVGD\Â¶V game Â was Â no Â exception.
5XWODQGÂ¶V&DWKHULQH'L3DOPDKDG D ELJ GD\ VFRULQJ DOO WKUHH 5DLGHU goals, Â two Â late Â in Â the Â second Â half Â as Â RHS Â rallied Â for Â the Â win. 5XWODQGZDVRQWKHERDUGÂ¿UVWDW LQWKHÂ¿UVWKDOIEXW29FRXQ-Â WHUHGZLWKDJRDOIURP$OOLVRQ/RZ-Â ell Â at Â 7:09 Â on Â an Â assist Â from Â Brit-Â WDQ\%XVKH\ ,QWKHVHFRQGKDOI%XVKH\VFRUHG on Â her Â own Â at Â 21:34 Â to Â make Â it Â 2-Â1, Â EXW 'L3DOPD ZDV RQ Â¿UH 6KH UH-Â
sponded Â with Â two Â goals Â at Â 9:34 Â and Â 7:27 Â to Â give Â the Â 3-Â1 Â Raiders Â the Â tie Â and Â then Â the Â win. Â The Â 5-Â1 Â Otters Â had Â a Â number Â of Â scoring Â opportunities, Â thanks Â to Â the Â long, Â hard Â hits Â of Â talented Â sopho-Â PRUHPLGÂ¿HOGHU0DLD(GPXQGV But Â the Â Raiders Â got Â a Â lift Â from Â their Â own Â effective Â transition Â game Â after Â a Â timeout Â with Â 10:14 Â to Â go Â in Â the Â game Â with Â OV Â leading, Â 2-Â1. Â 7KDWÂ¶V ZKHQ 'L3DOPD VWUXFN DQG
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Mt. Â Abe Â boysâ€™ Â soccer Â wins Â MUHS Â tourney Â 0,''/(%85< Â² 7KH 0RXQW $EUDKDP8QLRQ+LJK6FKRROER\VÂ¶ soccer Â team Â improved Â to Â 6-Â0 Â and Â ZRQ 0LGGOHEXU\Â¶V DQQXDO -3 &DU-Â rara Â tournament Â late Â last Â week. Â 7KH (DJOHV NQRFNHG RII 0LOWRQ LQ6DWXUGD\Â¶VÂ¿QDODIWHUZRUN-Â ing Â overtime Â to Â beat Â Vergennes Â in Â 7KXUVGD\Â¶V Â¿UVW URXQG 98+6 SUH-Â YDLOHG LQ 6DWXUGD\Â¶V FRQVRODWLRQ RYHU08+6ZKLFKIHOOWR0LO-Â WRQRQ7KXUVGD\ EAGLES Â WIN ,Q 6DWXUGD\Â¶V Â¿QDO WKH (DJOHV picked Â their Â second Â win Â over Â Milton Â RIWKHZHHN8QOLNHWKH Â¿UVWYLFWRU\E\RQ0RQGD\6DW-Â XUGD\Â¶VJDPHZDVDGHIHQVLYHEDWWOH GHFLGHGE\RQHVWULNHTheo Â Weav-Â erâ€™s\DUGERPEWKDWKHXQOHDVKHG after Â taking Â a Â Charlie Â Mayer Â free Â WKURZ7KDWZDVWKHRQO\RQHRIVL[ (DJOHVKRWVWKDW0LOWRQJRDOLH1DWH 'RROH\ GLG QRW VWRS ZKLOH WKH (D-Â JOHVÂ¶Ira Â Fisher Â worked Â a Â two-Âsave Â shutout. Â Milton Â dropped Â to Â 1-Â5-Â1. Â VUHS Â VS. Â MUHS
,Q WKH FRQVRODWLRQ 98+6 URGHDELJÂ¿UVWKDOIWRDZLQRYHU WKH 7LJHUV 7KH &RPPRGRUHV WRRN D Â¿UVWKDOI OHDG RQ JRDOV E\Josh Â Benning Â and Â Liam Â Hayes, Â but Â the Â Tigers Â pressed Â in Â the Â second Â half Â and Â got Â one Â back Â when Â Calder Â Birdsey Â knocked Â the Â ball Â in Â during Â a Â goal-Âmouth Â scramble. Â Â EAGLES Â VS. Â VUHS 2Q 7KXUVGD\ WKH &RPPRGRUHV VFRUHG Â¿UVW DQG SXVKHG WKH (DJOHV to Â two Â overtimes. Â Liam Â Godfreyâ€™s Â Â¿UVWKDOIJRDORIIDFRUQHUNLFNJDYH 98+6 WKH OHDG EXW Rider Â Mac-Â CrellishDVVLVWHGE\Aiden Â White-Â Pifer, Â equalized Â in Â the Â second Â half. Â Two Â minutes Â into Â the Â second Â over-Â time, Â Ethan Â White Â netted Â the Â game-Â ZLQQHURIIDQRWKHU:KLWH3LIHUIHHG 98+6 JRDOLH Dylan Â Raymond Â made Â seven Â saves. Â MILTON Â VS. Â MUHS 2Q 7KXUVGD\ 0LOWRQ EHVWHG WKH EAGLE Â JUNIOR Â AIDEN Â White-ÂPifer Â connects Â with Â the Â ball Â in Â front Â of Â Tigers, Â 4-Â2, Â despite Â second-Âhalf Â Commodore Â junior Â Liam Â Hayes Â during Â last Â Thursdayâ€™s Â game Â in Â the Â Mid-Â JRDOV E\ Drew Â Barnicle Â and Â Sul-Â dlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â boysâ€™ Â invitational Â soccer Â tournament. Â The Â Eagles Â won Â the Â game Â in Â double Â overtime, Â 2-Â1. (See Â Boys, Â Page Â 20) Photo Â by Â Alan Â Kamman
Schedule HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Football 9/27 Â CVU Â at Â MUHS Â Â .......................... Â 7 Â p.m. 9/28 Â MSJ Â at Â OV Â Â ................................ Â 1 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Mount Â Abe Â at Â Windsor Â Â .............. Â 1 Â p.m. Field Hockey 9/23 Â OV Â at Â Fair Â Haven Â Â ...................... Â 4 Â p.m. 9/25 Â OV Â at Â Rutland Â Â ........................... Â 4 Â p.m. 9/25 Â CVU Â at Â MUHS Â Â .......................... Â 4 Â p.m. 9/25 Â S. Â Burlington Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ............ Â 4 Â p.m. 9/27 Â Essex Â at Â Mt. Â Abe Â Â ....................... Â 4 Â p.m. 9/28 Â MUHS Â at Â Colchester Â Â ............... Â 11 Â a.m. 9/28 Â Hartford Â at Â OV Â Â ........................ Â 11 Â a.m. Girlsâ€™ Soccer 9/23 Â MUHS Â at Â Mill Â River Â Â ................... Â 4 Â p.m. 9/25 Â Rice Â at Â MUHS Â Â ...................... Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/25 Â OV Â at Â Woodstock Â Â ................. Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/25 Â Mt. Â Abe Â at Â Missisquoi Â Â ........... Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/25 Â VUHS Â at Â Milton Â Â ......................... Â 7 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Proctor Â at Â OV Â Â .......................... Â 10 Â a.m. 9/28 Â Missisquoi Â at Â VUHS Â Â ................ Â 10 Â a.m. 9/28 Â Mt. Â Abe Â at Â MUHS Â Â .................... Â 10 Â a.m. Boysâ€™ Soccer 9/24 Â Milton Â at Â VUHS Â Â .................... Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/24 Â MUHS Â at Â Rice Â Â ...................... Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/24 Â Mt. Â Abe Â at Â Missisquoi Â Â ........... Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/25 Â OV Â vs. Â TBA Â in Â Arlington Â Â ..........5/7 Â p.m. 9/27 Â OV Â vs. Â TBA Â in Â Arlington Â Â ..........5/7 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Missisquoi Â at Â VUHS Â Â .................. Â 2 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Green Â Mt. Â Union Â at Â OV Â Â ........ Â 4:30 Â p.m. Cross Country 9/24 Â OV Â at Â Mill Â River Â Â .................... Â 4:30 Â p.m. 9/24 Â Mt. Â Abe Â Hosts Â Â ...................... Â 4:15 Â p.m. 9/28 Â VUHS/MUHS Â at Â U-Â32 Â Â ............. Â 10 Â a.m.
COLLEGE SPORTS Field Hockey 9/25 Â Midd. Â at Â Castleton Â Â ..................... Â 7 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Colby Â at Â Midd. Â Â ..........................11 Â a.m. Menâ€™s Soccer 9/25 Â Colby-ÂSawyer Â at Â Midd. Â Â ..............4 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Colby Â at Â Midd. Â Â ............................. Noon Womenâ€™s Soccer 9/24 Â Lesley Â at Â Midd. Â Â ......................... Â 4 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Colby Â at Â Midd. Â Â ..........................11 Â a.m. Football 9/28 Â Colby Â at Â Midd. Â Â ............................1 Â p.m. Volleyball 9/24 Â Colby-ÂSawyer Â at Â Midd. Â Â ..............7 Â p.m. 9/26 Â S. Â Vermont Â at Â Midd. Â Â ...................7 Â p.m. 9/28 Â Midd. Â at Â Hamilton 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
PAGE Â 20 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â September Â 23, Â 2013
Spaulding Â football Â is Â no Â match Â for Â Eagles By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS BRISTOL Â â€” Â Football Â teams Â who Â face Â the Â Mount Â Abraham/Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â teams Â this Â year Â know Â they Â are Â going Â to Â be Â fed Â dan-Â gerous Â doses Â of Â the Â teamâ€™s Â powerful Â running Â back Â tandem Â of Â Tommy Â Lee Â Hodsden Â and Â Austin Â Lafayette. Â Visiting Â Spaulding Â was Â no Â differ-Â ent Â on Â Saturday, Â though Â they Â also Â got Â a Â glimpse Â of Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â developing Â passing Â attack, Â which Â produced Â two Â scores Â en Â route Â to Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â Â 38-Â6 Â victory. The Â Eagles Â got Â off Â to Â a Â quick Â start. Â They Â won Â the Â toss Â and Â promptly Â VFRUHGRQWKHÂżUVWSOD\IURPVFULP-Â mage Â when Â Hodsden Â took Â a Â hand-Â off Â from Â quarterback Â Joey Â Payea Â and Â ran Â 64 Â yards Â for Â a Â touchdown. Â The Â mercurial Â back Â was Â handed Â a Â game Â ball Â just Â before Â half-Âtime Â for Â break-Â ing Â the Â 1,000-Âyard Â rushing Â mark Â af-Â
ter Â only Â three-Âand-Âa-Âhalf Â games Â this Â season. Hodsdenâ€™s Â lightning Â was Â followed Â by Â Lafayetteâ€™s Â thunder, Â as Â the Â Eagle Â fullback Â rumbled Â in Â for Â the Â two-Â point Â conversion, Â making Â it Â 8-Â0, Â Mount Â Abe. The Â Eaglesâ€™ Â stingy Â defense Â did Â its Â part, Â consistently Â stopping Â the Â Crim-Â son Â Tide Â â€” Â which Â did Â not Â punt Â once Â during Â the Â game Â â€” Â on Â fourth Â down. Division Â II Â Spauldingâ€™s Â constant Â need Â to Â focus Â on Â Hodsden Â and Â La-Â fayette Â helped Â open Â up Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â passing Â attack. Â Payea Â hit Â tight Â end Â Tyrus Â Keith Â with Â a Â 10-Âyard Â touch-Â down Â pass, Â followed Â by Â a Â Hodsden Â two-Âpoint Â run, Â to Â give Â the Â Eagles Â a Â OHDGODWHLQWKHÂżUVWSHULRG Lafayette Â rushed Â in Â from Â four Â yards Â out Â for Â the Â only Â score Â in Â the Â second Â stanza, Â giving Â Mount Â Abe Â a Â 22-Â0 Â halftime Â lead.
MOUNT Â ABRAHAM Â UNION Â High Â School Â freshman Â Ernesta Â McIntosh, Â OHIWDQG9HUJHQQHV8QLRQ+LJK6FKRROIUHVKPDQ0HJDQ5RRQH\ÂżJKW for Â a Â loose Â ball Â Friday Â afternoon. Â McIntosh Â had Â a Â goal Â and Â an Â assist Â in Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â 3-Â1 Â win. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
Soccer (Continued Â from Â Page Â 18) At Â the Â other Â end, Â the Â Eagle Â de-Â fense Â of Â seniors Â Harlie Â Vincent Â and Â Addie Â Campbell Â in Â the Â middle Â and Â senior Â Brittany Â Atkins Â and Â sopho-Â PRUH -HVVH 0F.HDQ RQ WKH Ă€DQNV stepped Â up Â to Â support Â the Â Eagle Â PLGÂżHOG DQG FRQWDLQHG WKH UXQV made Â by Â the Â VUHS Â forwards, Â se-Â nior Â Ruby Â Dombek Â and Â sophomore Â Tea Â Keifer. Â Eagle Â sophomore Â goal-Â ie Â Zoe Â Cassels-ÂBrown Â made Â two Â saves, Â both Â in Â the Â second Â half. The Â scoring Â did Â pick Â up Â after Â
the Â break, Â but Â not Â before Â Ambrose Â came Â out Â to Â deny Â Eagle Â senior Â Quinn Â Gervia Â on Â a Â nice Â ball, Â and Â Vorsteveld Â stopped Â Livingston Â on Â a Â feed Â from Â Nault. But Â at Â 30:32 Â Nault Â sent Â a Â long Â through Â ball Â down Â the Â middle Â to Â McIntosh, Â who Â won Â the Â battle Â with Â a Â defender Â and Â from Â about Â the Â pen-Â alty Â stripe Â left-Âfooted Â the Â ball Â inside Â the Â right Â post. Almost Â before Â the Â Mount Â Abe Â cheers Â died Â down Â it Â was Â 2-Â1. Â Dombek Â sent Â Keifer Â into Â the Â right Â
Spaulding Â mounted Â a Â nice Â drive Â to Â open Â the Â second Â half, Â one Â that Â cul-Â minated Â in Â an Â 8-Âyard Â TD Â pass Â from Â Josh Â Gosselin Â to Â Kevin Â Collins. Mount Â Abe Â responded Â with Â a Â 63-Â yard Â touchdown Â play. Â Payeaâ€™s Â tight Â spiral Â creased Â a Â heavy Â wind Â and Â dropped Â into Â the Â arms Â of Â speedy Â receiver Â Michael Â White, Â who Â out-Â ran Â his Â pursuers Â along Â the Â Spauld-Â ing Â sideline. Â A Â Lafayette Â conversion Â made Â it Â 30-Â6. The Â Eagles Â subbed Â in Â a Â lot Â of Â play-Â ers Â in Â the Â fourth Â quarter, Â and Â they Â joined Â in Â the Â fun. Â The Â Eagles Â capped Â the Â scoring Â on Â a Â 6-Âyard Â touchdown Â run Â by Â Nate Â Rowell, Â followed Â by Â an Â Ethan Â Gendreau Â two-Âpoint Â run Â to Â make Â it Â 38-Â6. +RGVGHQ ÂżQLVKHG ZLWK FDUULHV for Â 137 Â yards, Â while Â Lafayette Â had Â 12 Â carries Â for Â 60 Â as Â the Â D-ÂIII Â Eagles Â move Â to Â 3-Â1 Â Eagles.
Eagle Â Coach Â Ernie Â Senecal Â was Â pleased Â with Â his Â teamâ€™s Â performance Â on Â both Â sides Â of Â the Â ball. â€œOur Â defense Â came Â to Â play Â to-Â day,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œWe Â played Â well. Â It Â was Â a Â physical Â game. Â Our Â defense Â has Â really Â staggered Â the Â last Â couple Â RIJDPHVEXWZHÂżQDOO\IRXQGRXU-Â selves, Â I Â think.â€? Senecal Â was Â also Â excited Â about Â the Â teamâ€™s Â budding Â passing Â game, Â and Â gave Â kudos Â to Â his Â running Â backs. Â Senecal Â called Â Lafayette Â one Â of Â the Â best Â fullbacks Â in Â D-ÂIII Â and Â called Â Â Hodsdenâ€™s Â 1,000-Âyard Â feat Â â€œamaz-Â ing,â€? Â especially Â in Â light Â of Â the Â major Â knee Â injury Â he Â sustained Â last Â year. â€œItâ€™s Â like Â he Â hasnâ€™t Â lost Â a Â thing,â€? Â Senecal Â said. The Â Eagles Â will Â play Â at Â Windsor Â on Â Saturday Â at Â 2 Â p.m. Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â email@example.com.
MUHS Â football Â routs Â Rutland, Â CVU Â up Â next
RUTLAND Â â€” Â The Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â football Â team Â on Â Friday Â scored Â 21 Â points Â in Â the Â ÂżUVW TXDUWHU DQG SRLQWV LQ WKH ÂżUVW KDOI RQ WKH ZD\ WR D ZLQ at Â Rutland Â that Â pushed Â the Â Tigersâ€™ Â record Â to Â 4-Â0. The Â Tigers Â remained Â tied Â on Â top Â of Â the Â Division Â I Â standings Â with Â Cham-Â plain Â Valley, Â who Â they Â will Â host Â on Â Friday, Â and Â South Â Burlington, Â who Â they Â are Â scheduled Â to Â host Â on Â Oct. Â 11. Â The Â Raiders Â dropped Â to Â 2-Â1. Â Â The Â Tigers Â got Â production Â from Â several Â athletes Â on Â Friday, Â as Â backs Â Nicholas Â Felkl, Â Jakob Â Trautwein, Â Cullen Â Hathaway, Â and Â Samuel Â Smith Â and Â quarterback Â Austin Â Robinson Â all Â UDQZHOOLQWKHÂżUVWKDOI The Â Tigers Â took Â a Â 7-Â0 Â lead Â on Â their Â second Â play Â from Â scrimmage, Â a Â 47-Â yard Â Trautwein Â run, Â followed Â by Â the Â ÂżUVWRIÂżYH-RVK6WHDUQVSRLQWVDIWHU Stearns, Â a Â linebacker, Â also Â picked Â off Â two Â passes Â and Â returned Â them Â to Â JLYHWKH7LJHUVJRRGÂżHOGSRVLWLRQ Smith Â darted Â home Â from Â 36 Â yards Â out Â to Â make Â it Â 14-Â0, Â and Â the Â Tigers Â made Â it Â 21-Â0 Â less Â than Â a Â minute Â later: Â After Â a Â Raider Â turnover, Â Hathaway Â bolted Â for Â a Â 12-Âyard Â touchdown. Robinson Â capped Â the Â scoring Â with Â two Â second-Âquarter Â touchdowns, Â runs Â of Â 16 Â and Â 1 Â yards. Â Â The Â Raiders Â lost Â starting Â QB Â Nick Â %ROHVWRDÂżUVWTXDUWHULQMXU\%DFN up Â Andrew Â Kenosh Â completed Â 11 Â of Â VERGENNES Â UNION Â HIGH Â School Â sophomore Â Tea Â Kiefer Â tees Â up Â the Â 20 Â attempts Â for Â 122 Â yards. Â Wyatt Â So-Â ball Â and Â scores Â the Â Commodoresâ€™ Â only Â goal Â in Â the Â teamâ€™s Â 3-Â1 Â loss Â to Â cinski Â led Â the Â Raider Â ground Â game Â Mount Â Abraham Â last Â Friday ZLWKUXVKHVIRU\DUGV Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell side Â of Â the Â Eagle Â box, Â and Â Keiferâ€™s Â Champlain Â Valley, Â and Â they Â have Â hard Â shot Â went Â into Â the Â upper Â left Â defeated Â Division Â IIâ€™s Â No. Â 2 Â team, Â corner Â at Â 30:11. Milton, Â and Â dealt Â defending Â D-ÂIII Â The Â Eagles Â refused Â to Â surrender Â champion Â Fairfax Â its Â only Â loss. Â momentum, Â however, Â and Â despite Â That Â competition Â has Â helped Â the Â some Â good Â work Â by Â Ambrose Â they Â Eagles, Â Livingston Â said. Â made Â it Â 3-Â1 Â at Â 17:22. Â Charnley Â took Â Âł7KH\ÂśYH GHÂżQLWHO\ SUHSDUHG XV a Â corner Â kick Â from Â especially Â for Â this Â the Â left Â side, Â and Â it Â match, Â because Â itâ€™s Â GHĂ€HFWHGLQRIIDGH-Â â€œOur covenant is always Â aggressive Â fender. Â and Â you Â always Â that we sweat toDown Â the Â stretch, Â KDYHWRÂżJKWIRUWKH gether, we stick toAmbrose Â saved Â an Â VÂ´/LYLQJVWRQ Ashlie Â Fay Â penalty Â gether. This game, said. kick. Â The Â Eagles Â I think it showed The Â Eagles Â are Â also Â made Â two Â good Â today. We were all excited Â about Â their Â defensive Â plays Â as Â very tenacious.â€? prospects, Â she Â said. Â the Â Commodores Â â€” Eagle tri-captain â€œI Â think Â we Â look Â kept Â plugging: Â At-Â really Â strong Â this Â Meghan Livingston year,â€? Â Livingston Â kins Â came Â over Â to Â break Â up Â a Â nice Â feed Â said. Â â€œWe Â have Â to Â Hunt Â by Â Dombek, Â some Â really Â good Â and Â as Â time Â wound Â down Â two Â de-Â VSHHG DQG RXU PLGÂżHOG LV UHDOO\ fenders Â denied Â Keifer Â on Â another Â strong.â€? Â Â Â Â Dombek Â setup. Corrigan Â is Â also Â optimistic. Â Irish Â remains Â optimistic Â despite Â â€œWeâ€™ve Â been Â off Â to Â a Â good Â start. Â the Â setback. Â After Â all, Â the Â Commo-Â Weâ€™ve Â played Â a Â lot Â of Â the Â tough Â dores Â have Â a Â winning Â record Â against Â teams,â€? Â Corrigan Â said. Â â€œWe Â feel Â a Â tough Â schedule. Â Â like Â we Â can Â compete Â with Â anybody. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â young Â and Â getting Â better,â€? Â That Â gives Â the Â girls Â a Â lot Â of Â con-Â Irish Â said. Â â€œHopefully, Â at Â playoff Â ÂżGHQFH JRLQJ IRUZDUG JRLQJ LQWR time Â it Â will Â all Â come Â together.â€? the Â rest Â of Â the Â league Â and Â the Â play-Â The Â Eagles Â have Â also Â taken Â on Â a Â offs.â€? challenging Â slate: Â Their Â only Â losses Â Andy Â Kirkaldy Â may Â be Â reached Â at Â have Â been Â to Â D-ÂI Â foes Â U-Â32 Â and Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
Late Â goal Â dooms Â OV Â girlsâ€™ Â soccer EAST Â CLARENDON Â â€” Â The Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â girlsâ€™ Â soccer Â team Â came Â up Â just Â short Â against Â undefeated Â Mill Â River Â on Â Thursday, Â 1-Â0. Â Thanks Â to Â a Â strong, Â 17-Âsave Â effort Â from Â senior Â goalie Â Cortney Â Poljacik, Â WKH 2WWHUV KHOG RII WKH 0LQXWH-Â men Â until Â about Â 14 Â minutes Â left Â in Â the Â second Â half. Â But Â then Â Haley Â Hull Â poked Â home Â an Â Ella Â Bankert Â feed Â for Â the Â gameâ€™s Â only Â goal. Â MRU Â had Â scored Â 22 Â goals Â in Â its Â four Â previous Â wins. Â OV Â dropped Â to Â DQGZLOOORRNWRERXQFHEDFNDW Woodstock Â on Â Wednesday Â and Â at Â home Â on Â Saturday Â vs. Â Proctor Â at Â 10 Â a.m.
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Master Â endurance Â athlete Â recognized VERMONT Â â€” Â The Â Vermont Â Sports Â Media Â Association Â picked Â a Â 71-Âyear-Âold Â endurance Â athlete Â as Â its Â August Â Athlete Â of Â the Â Month. Â Phil Â Alderman Â of Â Wallingford Â was Â chosen Â in Â a Â statewide Â vote Â of Â the Â 960$ PHPEHUVKLS RYHU ÂżYH RWKHU candidates Â for Â the Â monthly Â honor. Â Each Â was Â nominated Â by Â a Â VSMA Â member. Â On Â Aug. Â 18, Â Alderman Â was Â one Â of Â only Â three Â competitors Â in Â his Â age Â group Â (70-Â74) Â among Â 2,700 Â athletes Â at Â the Â Mont Â Tremblant Â Subaru Â Ironman Â UDFHLQ4XHEHF7KHFRXUVHFRQVLVWHG of Â a Â 2.4-Âmile Â swim, Â a Â 112-Âmile Â bicycle Â ULGHDQGDPLOHUXQWRWKHÂżQLVK Aldermanâ€™s Â competitors Â dropped Â out Â
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VERMONT Â â€” Â The Â Northeast Â Organic Â Farming Â Association Â of Â Ver-Â mont Â (NOFA-ÂVT) Â has Â announced Â collaboration Â with Â approximately Â 70 Â restaurants, Â food Â markets Â and Â food Â cooperatives Â throughout Â Vermont Â for Â the Â 19th Â annual Â â€œShare Â the Â Harvestâ€? Â fundraising Â event. Â On Â Thursday, Â Oct. Â 3, Â participating Â restaurants Â and Â food Â stores Â will Â donate Â a Â percentage Â of Â their Â sales Â to Â NOFA-ÂVTâ€™s Â Farm Â Share Â Program. The Â Farm Â Share Â Program Â is Â dedi-Â cated Â to Â working Â with Â Vermont Â individuals Â who Â cannot Â afford Â to Â purchase Â fresh, Â local Â produce Â on Â a Â regular Â basis. Â All Â funds Â raised Â on Â 2FW ZLOO EHQHÂżW WKHVH LQGLYLGXDOV by Â subsidizing Â the Â cost Â of Â farm-Âfresh Â produce Â from Â local Â community Â sup-Â ported Â agriculture Â (CSA) Â farms. The Â Farm Â Share Â program Â has Â been Â helping Â limited-Âincome Â Vermonters Â purchase Â food Â from Â local Â farms Â since Â 1994. Â In Â those Â 18 Â years, Â thousands Â of Â LQGLYLGXDOVDQGIDPLOLHVKDYHEHQHÂżW-Â
minutes Â faster Â than Â his Â closest Â age Â peer. Also Â nominated Â were Â Thunder Â 5RDG GULYHU 'HUULFN 2Âś'RQQHOO RI North Â Haverhill, Â N.H., Â and Â three Â high Â school Â football Â players, Â senior Â Robert Â .HOO\RI%)$6W$OEDQVVHQLRU1LFN %ROHV RI 5XWODQG DQG MXQLRU &KULV McClellan Â of Â Milton. Â The Â VSMA Â honors Â only Â one Â ath-Â lete Â during Â the Â months Â of Â July Â and Â August. Â With Â the Â start Â of Â the Â high Â school Â season, Â the Â organization Â will Â return Â for Â the Â next Â 10 Â months Â to Â hon-Â oring Â a Â Female Â High Â School Â Athlete Â of Â the Â Month, Â a Â Male Â High Â School Â Athlete Â of Â the Â Month, Â and Â an Â Open Â 'LYLVLRQ$WKOHWHRIWKH0RQWK
MCTV Â SCHEDULE Â Channels Â 15 Â & Â 16 MCTV Â Channel Â 15 Tuesday, Sept. 24 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Â Public Â Affairs Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â Lakeshore Â Protection Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Jamie Â Gaucher Â with Â Peter Â Burrows Â 8 Â a.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard Â 11:50 Â a.m. Â Public Â Meeting/Public Â Affairs Â 3 Â p.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 4 Â p.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â Vershire Â Bible Â Church Â Service Â 6 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 7 Â p.m. Â Selectboard Â 11 Â p.m. Â PSB Â Hearing: Â Pipeline Wednesday, Sept. 25 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Â Public Â Affairs DP 7RZQ2IÂżFHV0HHWLQJ Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard Â Noon Â Jamie Â Gaucher Â with Â Peter Â Burrows Â 12:30 Â p.m. Â Lakeshore Â Protection Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Â 5 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â Â 6 Â p.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 7 Â p.m. Â Vermont Â Health Â Connect Â 8:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 9 Â p.m. Â Selectboard Â 11 Â p.m. Â Lakeshore Â Protection Thursday, Sept. 26 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 4:30 Â a.m. Â PSB Â Hearing: Â Pipeline Â 11:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â Noon Â Selectboard/Public Â Meeting/Public Â Affairs Â 5 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board
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SP 7RZQ2IÂżFHV0HHWLQJ Â 9:30 Â p.m. Â Jamie Â Gaucher Â with Â Peter Â Burrows Â 10 Â p.m. Â PSB Â Hearing: Â Pipeline Â Friday, Sept. 27 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 6 Â a.m. Â Jamie Â Gaucher Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Vermont Â Today Â 8:15 Â a.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 9 Â a.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Jamie Â Gaucher DP 6HOHFWERDUG7RZQ2IÂżFHV0HHWLQJ Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â Lifelines Â 4 Â p.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 6 Â p.m. Â Mid Â East Â Digest Â 7 Â p.m. Â Vermont Â Today Â 8:30 Â p.m. Â PSB Â Hearing: Â Pipeline Saturday, Sept. 28 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Â Public Â Affairs Â 5 Â a.m. Â Lakeshore Â Protection Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 9 Â a.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Rep. Â Betty Â Nuovo Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard/Public Â Affairs SP 7RZQ2IÂżFHV0HHWLQJ Â 4 Â p.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 5:45 Â p.m. Â For Â the Â Animals Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Lakeshore Â Protection Sunday, Sept. 29 Â 4 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â For Â the Â Animals Â Â 7 Â a.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Â 7:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 8 Â a.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 9 Â a.m. Â Catholic Â Mass
ed Â from Â a Â seasonâ€™s Â worth Â of Â locally Â grown Â vegetables Â and Â fruits Â as Â well Â as Â farm Â education Â initiatives. Â In Â 2013, Â the Â program Â has Â served Â over Â 1,400 Â individuals Â and Â families, Â leveraging Â over Â $73,000 Â of Â income Â for Â Vermont Â farmers. â€œShare Â the Â Harvestâ€? Â participating Â businesses Â in Â Addison Â County Â as Â of Â Sept. Â 17 Â are: Â‡ 9HUPRQW &RRNLH /RYH 1RUWK Ferrisburgh. Â‡ $PHULFDQ )ODWEUHDG 0LGGOH-Â bury. Â‡ )LUHDQG,FH0LGGOHEXU\ Â‡ *UHHQ3HSSHUV5HVWDXUDQW0LG-Â dlebury. Â‡ 0LGGOHEXU\ 1DWXUDO )RRGV &R op, Â Middlebury. Â‡ 2WWHU&UHHN%DNHU\0LGGOHEXU\ Â‡ 6WRQH /HDI 7HDKRXVH 0LGGOH-Â bury. Â‡ 5HG0LOO5HVWDXUDQW9HUJHQQHV Visit Â www.nofavt.org/STH Â for Â a Â complete Â listing Â of Â participating Â Vermont Â businesses.
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MIDDLEBURY COMMUNITY TELEVISION: P.O. Box 785, Middlebury, Vt. 05753
Please Â see Â the Â MCTV Â website, Â www.middleburycommunitytv.org, Â for Â changes Â in Â the Â schedule; Â MCTV Â events, Â classes Â and Â news; Â and Â to Â view Â many Â programs Â online. Â Submit Â listings Â to Â the Â above Â address, Â or Â call Â 388-Â3062.
Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 11 Â a.m. Â Memorial Â Baptist Â Church Â Service Â 1 Â p.m. Â Vershire Â Bible Â Church Â Service Â 4 Â p.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board/Public Â Affairs Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 7 Â p.m. Â Catholic Â Mass Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Lakeshore Â Protection Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â Words Â of Â Peace Monday, Sept. 30 Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Chronique Â Francophone Â 9 Â a.m. Â Lifelines Â 9:30 Â a.m. Â Public Â Affairs Â 10 Â a.m. Â Selectboard/Public Â Meetings Â 4 Â p.m. Â Congregational Â Church Â Service Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Las Â Promesas Â de Â Dios Â 6 Â p.m. Â Community Â Bulletin Â Board Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Public Â Affairs METV Channel 16 Tuesday, Sept. 24 Â 5 Â a.m. Â Vermont Â Media Â Exchange Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Community Â Health Â Talk Â 10 Â a.m. Â Mansour Â Farhang: Â Islam Â and Â Democracy Â in Â the Â Middle Â East Â Noon Â ID-Â4 Â Board Â 2:30 Â p.m. Â New Â England Â Review Â 4 Â p.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 10 Â p.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Wednesday, Sept. 25 Â 5:30 Â a.m. Â Understanding Â Climate Â Change Â I Â and Â II Â 8 Â a.m. Â ID-Â4 Â Board Â Noon Â UD-Â3 Â Board Â 4 Â p.m. Â Mansour Â Farhang: Â Islam Â and Â Â Democracy Â in Â the Â Middle Â East Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â ACSU Â Full Â Board Â 10 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0
Â 10:30 Â p.m. Â Green Â Mountain Â Club Â (GMC) Thursday, Sept. 26 Â 4 Â a.m. Â GMC Â Â 6 Â a.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â Storytelling, Â Arts Â and Â Performance Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â Â 1 Â p.m. Â ACSU Â Board Â 4 Â p.m. Â Our Â Natural Â Environment Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 7 Â p.m. Â UD-Â3 Â Board Friday/Saturday, Sept. 27/28 Â 5:30 Â a.m. Â Our Â Natural Â Environment Â Â 8 Â a.m. Â ID-Â4/Other Â School Â Boards Â Noon Â UD-Â3/ACSU Â Boards Â 5 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 5:30 Â p.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6:30 Â p.m. Â Storytelling, Â Arts Â and Â Performance Â 8 Â p.m. Â Mansour Â Farhang: Â Islam Â and Â Â Democracy Â in Â the Â Middle Â East Â 9:30 Â p.m. Â Understanding Â Climate Â Change Â I Â & Â II Sunday, Sept. 29 Â 6 Â a.m. Â Lights, Â Camera, Â Action Â 6:30 Â a.m. Â UD-Â3 Â or Â HCC Â Board Â 9 Â a.m. Â ACSU Â Full Â Board Â Noon Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 4:30 Â p.m. Â Our Â Natural Â Environment Â 5 Â p.m. Â Middlebury Â Five-Â0 Â 6 Â p.m. Â Storytelling, Â Arts Â and Â Performance Â 10 Â p.m. Â Mansour Â Farhang: Â Islam Â and Â Â Democracy Â in Â the Â Middle Â East Â Monday, Sept. 30 Â 5 Â a.m. Â Mansour Â Farhang: Â Islam Â and Â Â Democracy Â in Â the Â Middle Â East Â 8 Â a.m. Â State Â Board Â of Â Education Â 2:30 Â p.m. Â New Â England Â Review Â 5 Â p.m. Â GMC Â 7 Â p.m. Â ID-Â4 Â or Â Other Â School Â Board, Â Â State Â Board Â of Â Education
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2013 Garden Game
presents: Doris Rotax of Â Lincoln Â has Â a Â long Â standing Â competition Â in Â our Â Garden Â Game Â for Â largest Â potato Â every Â year. Â She Â and Â Floyd Â Hall, Â also Â of Â Lincoln, Â always Â seem Â to Â compete Â for Â the Â largest Â spud. Â This Â year Â she Â brought Â in Â a Â potato Â that Â was Â 8 Â inches Â long Â by Â 10 Â inches Â around. Â It Â wasnâ€™t Â quite Â large Â enough Â to Â be Â a Â winner, Â but Â she Â did Â say Â she Â has Â more Â to Â dig Â up.
We still need entries for broccolli, carrot, cauliflower & turnip! Fran Putnam Â is Â another Â returning Â Garden Â Game Â player. Â She Â has Â been Â a Â winner Â in Â our Â rutabaga Â category Â before. Â We Â love Â when Â she Â comes Â to Â visit Â with Â her Â grandkids, Â Cole and Â Eliza. Â This Â year Â Cole Â started Â kindergarten, Â so Â we Â got Â a Â special Â visit Â from Â Fran Â and Â Eliza. Â The Â rutabaga Â they Â brought Â in Â was Â 11.5 Â inches Â DURXQG DQG LV WKH ÂżUVW RQH weâ€™ve Â gotten! Â Fran Â says Â it Â was Â a Â pretty Â hard Â year Â for Â vegetables Â like Â these. Â In Â the Â past Â her Â rutabaga Â entries Â have Â been Â much Â larger.
Floyd Hall, Â who Â competes Â with Â Doris Â every Â year Â for Â largest Â potato, Â has Â taken Â the Â lead Â for Â the Â category Â for Â 2013. Â Floyd Â and Â his Â granddaughter, Â Halle Forrest, Â came Â by Â last Â week Â to Â show Â us Â several Â potatoes Â that Â they Â grew Â in Â their Â garden Â in Â Lincoln. Â They Â had Â a Â red Â one Â that Â was Â 16 Â inches Â around Â by Â 11 Â inches Â long. Â The Â largest Â potato Â was Â 15.5 Â inches Â long Â by Â 17 Â inches Â around. Â The Â other Â large Â on Â was Â 16 Â inches Â around Â by Â 13 Â inches Â long.
Walter Phelps Â came Â in Â last Â week Â to Â show Â us Â the Â largest Â beet Â we Â have Â ever Â seen! Â This Â beet Â takes Â the Â frontrunner Â spot Â for Â the Â category Â at Â 24.5 Â inches Â around! Â Walter Â grew Â this Â big Â beet Â in Â his Â garden Â in Â Orwell. Â We Â werenâ€™t Â sure Â where Â to Â even Â start Â when Â trying Â to Â cook Â it.
Julie Lonergan Â is Â a Â returning Â player Â in Â our Â Garden Â Game. Â She Â brought Â in Â a Â huge Â pumpkin Â that Â was Â 59 Â inches Â around Â by Â 61.5 Â inches Â around! Â This Â massive Â pumpkin Â had Â the Â frontrunner Â spot, Â but Â late Â last Â week Â someone Â came Â in Â with Â an Â even Â bigger Â one! Â Julie Â told Â us Â she Â didnâ€™t Â think Â she Â had Â any Â pumpkins Â but Â when Â her Â garden Â started Â to Â die Â back, Â low Â and Â behold, Â she Â found Â this Â big Â pumpkin Â that Â she Â started Â from Â seed. Â
Debra Bessette Â visited Â us Â last Â week Â and Â took Â over Â the Â frontrunner Â spot Â for Â pumpkins! Â Julie Â had Â the Â lead, Â but Â Debraâ€™s Â pumpkin Â was Â a Â bit Â larger Â at Â 66 Â inches Â around Â by Â 62 Â inches Â around! Â The Â picture Â is Â of Â her Â grandsons, Â Xander and Xavier DeBlois Â with Â the Â giant Â pumpkin Â in Â her Â garden Â in Â New Â Haven. Â She Â said Â she Â had Â a Â ton Â of Â pumpkins Â at Â home Â â€“ Â lots Â of Â big Â ones Â like Â these, Â but Â even Â more Â smaller Â ones Â as Â well.
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Shoreland (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1 implemented Â standards Â that Â would Â the Â committees Â of Â jurisdiction Â (over Â stateâ€™s Â 812 Â lakes Â and Â ponds Â that Â are Â include Â vegetation Â and Â (buffers) Â of Â the Â bill) Â can Â take Â a Â look Â to Â make Â sure Â greater Â than Â 10 Â acres. Â Together, Â they Â greater Â than Â 50 Â feet,â€? Â Webb Â said. Â the Â proposed Â regulations Â are Â perfor-Â encompass Â more Â than Â 230,000 Â acres Â â€œWhere Â we Â are Â right Â now Â is Â that Â 20 Â mance-Âbased. of Â water Â (not Â including Â Lake Â Cham-Â percent Â of Â the Â towns Â have Â actually Â Sen. Â Bob Â Hartwell, Â D-ÂBenning-Â plain, Â which Â is Â 313,600 Â acres) Â lying Â created Â shoreland Â protection Â bylaws Â ton, Â added Â that Â the Â rules, Â when Â draft-Â within Â 300,000 Â acres Â of Â wetlands, Â or Â any Â kind Â of Â zoning Â ordinance.â€? ed, Â will Â also Â have Â to Â pass Â muster Â DFFRUGLQJWR$15RIÂżFLDOV The Â ANR Â will Â be Â charged Â with Â with Â the Â Legislative Â Committee Â on Â Using Â an Â ANR-Âproduced Â video Â as Â GUDIWLQJ UXOHV WR UHĂ€HFW WKH OHJLVOD-Â Administrative Â Rules. part Â of Â their Â presen-Â tive Â intent Â of Â a Â shore-Â â€œYouâ€™ll Â get Â two Â shots Â at Â rules Â re-Â tation, Â the Â commis-Â lands Â bill Â that Â is Â ulti-Â view Â on Â this Â case, Â which Â is Â really Â sion Â explained Â that Â â€œIf you can do your mately Â passed Â by Â the Â good,â€? Â Hartwell Â said. the Â stateâ€™s Â strategy Â activity and protect General Â Assembly Â Still, Â it Â was Â clear Â on Â Thursday Â that Â to Â keep Â lakes Â and Â both the habitat and Â signed Â into Â law. many Â Addison Â County Â shoreland Â ponds Â clean Â has Â in-Â and the water qualH o u s e -Â p a s s e d Â residents Â are Â nervous Â about Â what Â cluded Â working Â with Â H.526 Â calls Â for: kind Â of Â law Â the Â Legislature Â and Â ANR Â farmers Â and Â munici-Â ity of the lake, then Â‡7KH$15WRFUH-Â will Â ultimately Â produce. Â Some Â folks Â pal Â sewer Â plants Â to Â youâ€™re set; youâ€™re ate Â vegetation Â man-Â at Â Thursdayâ€™s Â meeting Â were Â frustrat-Â try Â and Â prevent Â dis-Â good to go.â€? agement Â standards Â HGWKDWSXEOLFLQSXWZDVFRQÂżQHGWR charges Â â€” Â particu-Â undeveloped Â written Â questions Â they Â could Â submit Â â€” Rep. David Deen for Â larly Â phosphorous Â shoreline Â lots. Â No Â IURPWKHĂ€RRU:KLOHWKHVHTXHVWLRQV â€” Â from Â entering Â permit Â would Â be Â re-Â will Â become Â part Â of Â the Â record Â as Â the Â waterways. Â Markowitz Â said Â the Â state Â quired Â for Â undeveloped Â lots Â for Â new Â commission Â does Â its Â work, Â the Â for-Â now Â wants Â to Â bring Â shoreland Â prop-Â impervious Â surface Â or Â clearing Â in-Â mat Â did Â not Â allow Â people Â to Â make Â erties Â into Â the Â regulatory Â fold, Â spe-Â volving Â less Â than Â 500 Â square Â feet. impassioned Â comments Â from Â the Â FLÂżFDOO\ DV LW UHODWHV WR PDLQWDLQLQJ Â‡ ,Q FDVHV RI LPSURYHPHQWV WR Ă€RRU shoreline Â vegetation Â as Â a Â means Â of Â existing Â homes Â (which Â would Â be Â Some Â of Â the Â questions Â expressed Â preventing Â erosion, Â reducing Â storm Â grandfathered), Â no Â permit Â would Â be Â RSSRVLWLRQ WR + DQG UHĂ€HFWHG water Â runoff Â and Â providing Â a Â natural Â required Â for Â undeveloped Â lots Â for Â skepticism Â about Â the Â ANRâ€™s Â abil-Â ÂżOWHU IRU UXQRII WKDW PDNHV LWV ZD\ new Â impervious Â surface Â or Â clearing Â ity Â to Â come Â up Â with Â sensible Â rules Â into Â ponds Â and Â lakes. involving Â less Â than Â 500 Â square Â feet. that Â could Â be Â reasonably Â enforced. Â Markowitz Â said Â it Â was Â after Â Tropi-Â Â‡ ([LVWLQJ QRQFRQIRUPLQJ ORWV One Â questioner Â noted Â the Â state Â had Â cal Â Storm Â Irene Â in Â August Â of Â 2011 Â would Â be Â developable Â â€œprovided Â recently Â built Â two Â cottages Â within Â that Â she Â became Â particularly Â focused Â that Â adequate Â mitigation Â measures Â 100 Â feet Â of Â the Â Lake Â Champlain Â on Â the Â stateâ€™s Â shorelines Â and Â the Â role Â are Â implemented.â€? shoreline Â at Â Button Â Bay Â State Â Park. Â they Â play Â in Â keeping Â lakes Â and Â ponds Â Commission Â members Â have Â been Â Markowitz Â acknowledged Â the Â clean. Â She Â recalled Â seeing Â post-Â particularly Â receptive Â to Â the Â current Â gaffe. storm Â photos Â of Â lakes. Maine Â shoreland Â law, Â which Â among Â â€œThis Â has Â led Â to Â an Â audit Â of Â what Â â€œIn Â places Â where Â there Â was Â natural Â other Â things: our Â practices Â are,â€? Â Markowitz Â said. vegetation, Â there Â was Â a Â little Â damage Â Â‡5HTXLUHVDIRRWZLGHEXIIHU And Â there Â is Â clearly Â some Â division Â and Â the Â water Â was Â a Â little Â murky,â€? Â between Â the Â lake/pond Â and Â future Â among Â committee Â members Â about Â she Â said. Â â€œBut Â where Â there Â wasnâ€™t Â construction Â on Â an Â undeveloped Â lot. shorelands Â legislation. any Â natural Â vegetation, Â it Â was Â brown. Â Â‡ &DOOV IRU QDWX-Â C o m m i s s i o n Â You Â could Â see Â the Â runoff, Â you Â could Â ral Â vegetation Â to Â be Â â€œFrom day one, member Â Thomas Â see Â the Â erosion Â and Â people Â lost Â prop-Â maintained Â within Â Terenzini, Â a Â Republi-Â Iâ€™ve said that this erty.â€? 100 Â feet Â of Â the Â wa-Â can Â House Â represen-Â Markowitz Â said Â Vermont Â is Â the Â terâ€™s Â edge Â in Â cases Â is nothing but a tative Â from Â Rutland, Â only Â Northeastern Â state Â without Â where Â someone Â power grab by the was Â candid Â in Â his Â op-Â standards Â for Â shoreland Â develop-Â wants Â to Â redevelop Â ANR in the state of position Â to Â a Â legisla-Â ment. Â She Â and Â other Â commission Â an Â existing Â home. Â Vermont.â€? tive Â effort Â to Â regulate Â members Â cited Â New Â Hampshire Â The Â law Â allows Â a Â â€” Rep. Thomas shoreland Â develop-Â and Â Maine Â as Â states Â with Â effective Â 30-Âpercent Â increase Â Terenzini ment. shoreland Â protection Â laws. Â They Â ar-Â in Â structures Â without Â â€œIâ€™m Â the Â only Â per-Â gued Â that Â shoreland Â property Â owners Â a Â permit Â and Â allows Â son Â on Â the Â commis-Â in Â those Â two Â states Â have Â seen Â their Â structure Â replacement Â within Â the Â sion Â whoâ€™s Â against Â this Â bill,â€? Â Teren-Â property Â values Â increase Â as Â a Â result Â same Â footprint. zini Â said. Â â€œFrom Â day Â one, Â Iâ€™ve Â said Â of Â the Â regulations Â that Â are Â in Â place. Â‡0DQGDWHVDYDULDQFHLIVHWEDFNV that Â this Â is Â nothing Â but Â a Â power Â grab Â â€œWe Â are Â seeking Â to Â have Â a Â bal-Â and Â buffer Â width Â arenâ€™t Â possible Â on Â by Â the Â ANR Â in Â the Â state Â of Â Vermont. Â anced Â approach,â€? Â Markowitz Â said. Â â€œI Â non-Âconforming Â lots. I Â believe Â that Â if Â you Â own Â a Â camp Â or Â know Â that Â you Â all, Â who Â are Â lakeshore Â $15RIÂżFLDOVDQWLFLSDWHKDYLQJWR a Â house Â on Â the Â lake Â or Â a Â pond Â in Â the Â owners, Â have Â reasonable Â expecta-Â KLUHIRXURUÂżYHDGGLWLRQDOVWDIIHUVWR state Â of Â Vermont, Â youâ€™re Â already Â tions Â to Â use Â your Â property. process Â shoreland Â development Â ap-Â paying Â enormous Â taxes. Â I Â just Â think Â â€œWhat Â the Â Legislature Â has Â done Â is Â plications. Â Application Â fees Â would Â the Â state Â of Â Vermont Â has Â no Â right Â they Â have Â worked Â to Â craft Â a Â bill Â that Â be Â expected Â to Â underwrite Â the Â cost Â to Â â€” Â as Â long Â as Â youâ€™re Â not Â a Â major Â creates Â a Â balance, Â a Â balance Â thatâ€™s Â of Â those Â new Â positions. polluter Â â€” Â tell Â you Â what Â to Â do Â with Â designed Â to Â give Â homeowners Â maxi-Â Rep. Â David Â Deen, Â D-ÂPutney, Â is Â your Â own Â property.â€? PXPĂ€H[LELOLW\ZKLOHVWLOOUHWDLQLQJ chairman Â of Â the Â commission Â and Â He Â added Â he Â hopes Â Vermonters Â the Â protection Â that Â shoreline Â vegeta-Â also Â leader Â of Â the Â House Â Fish, Â Wild-Â will Â â€œrise Â upâ€? Â to Â oppose Â the Â bill Â and Â tion Â provides Â for Â water Â quality,â€? Â she Â life Â and Â Water Â Resources Â Com-Â show Â their Â ultimate Â displeasure Â by Â added. mittee. Â He Â anticipates Â a Â shoreland Â voting Â â€œsome Â of Â these Â people Â out Â of Â Act Â 110 Â of Â 2009-Â2010 Â offered Â protection Â law Â that Â will Â be Â â€œperfor-Â RIÂżFHÂ´ KH VDLG JODQFLQJ GRZQ KLV towns Â technical Â assistance Â and Â mance-Âbased.â€? row Â of Â colleagues. grants Â to Â create Â their Â own Â shoreline Â â€œIf Â you Â can Â do Â your Â activity Â and Â Deen Â said Â such Â a Â rally Â could Â back-Â ordinances Â or Â bylaws, Â according Â protect Â both Â the Â habitat Â and Â the Â wa-Â ÂżUH to Â commission Â member Â Rep. Â Kate Â ter Â quality Â of Â the Â lake, Â then Â youâ€™re Â â€œSome Â of Â you Â might Â want Â to Â vote Â Webb, Â D-ÂShelburne. Â There Â are Â 173 Â set;Íž Â youâ€™re Â good Â to Â go,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â against Â people Â who Â didnâ€™t Â vote Â for Â towns Â in Â Vermont Â with Â lakes Â and Â a Â matter Â of Â performanceâ€Ś Â We Â are Â this Â bill,â€? Â he Â responded. ponds Â that Â are Â larger Â than Â 10 Â acres. Â not Â putting Â anyone Â out Â of Â their Â home Â Written Â comments Â must Â be Â sub-Â Thus Â far, Â 42 Â of Â those Â towns Â have Â or Â off Â their Â lake Â lot.â€? mitted Â to Â the Â commission Â by Â Oct. Â 15. Â moved Â forward Â to Â implement Â local Â Deen Â noted Â a Â provision Â in Â H.526 Â The Â commission Â will Â post Â its Â report Â shoreland Â protection Â laws, Â accord-Â that Â requires Â the Â ANR Â to Â come Â back Â by Â Jan. Â 14, Â 2014. ing Â to Â Webb. to Â the Â Legislature Â before Â it Â begins Â Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â â€œOnly Â 10 Â towns Â have Â actually Â the Â formal Â rule-Âmaking Â process, Â so Â email@example.com.
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Vermont Â bald Â eagles, Â other Â endangered Â birds Â successful Â in Â 2013
VERMONT Â â€” Â Bald Â eagles Â in Â the Â state Â had Â a Â very Â good Â nesting Â season Â in Â 2013, Â according Â to Â a Â report Â from Â Vt. Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Dept. Â and Â Audubon Â Vermont. Â From Â 16 Â known Â nests, Â Vermontâ€™s Â bald Â eagles Â produced Â 26 Â offspring Â that Â survived Â to Â leave Â the Â nest. Â This Â is Â an Â increase Â from Â 2012, Â when Â 24 Â Ă€HGJOLQJVZHUHSURGXFHG â€œNot Â all Â bald Â eagle Â nests Â are Â success-Â ful Â every Â year,â€? Â said Â John Â Buck, Â migratory Â bird Â biologist Â for Â the Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department. Â â€œLate Â winters, Â
food Â shortages, Â or Â even Â the Â nest Â tree Â falling Â down Â can Â cause Â a Â nest Â to Â fail. Â Despite Â the Â potential Â for Â these Â natural Â setbacks, Â Vermont Â still Â experienced Â a Â QHWLQFUHDVHLQHDJOHVĂ€HGJHGWKLV\HDU which Â is Â very Â encouraging.â€? Buck Â urged Â Vermonters Â to Â appreci-Â ate Â eagle Â nests Â from Â a Â distance. Â â€œBald Â eagles Â at Â nest Â sites Â are Â very Â susceptible Â to Â disturbance, Â so Â giving Â eagles Â their Â space Â while Â theyâ€™re Â nesting Â is Â the Â one Â of Â the Â best Â ways Â Vermonters Â can Â help Â these Â birds Â during Â nesting Â season.â€? Â
Bald Â eagles Â are Â no Â longer Â a Â federally Â endangered Â species, Â but Â they Â are Â still Â listed Â under Â Vermontâ€™s Â Endangered Â Species Â Act. Â Other Â bird Â species Â monitored Â by Â the Â department Â and Â its Â Vermont Â part-Â ners Â fared Â well Â this Â nesting Â season. Â Common Â loons Â and Â peregrine Â falcons, Â which Â were Â removed Â from Â state Â endan-Â gered Â species Â lists Â following Â years Â of Â stable Â populations, Â both Â posted Â high Â numbers Â of Â offspring. Two Â endangered Â bird Â species, Â the Â
black Â tern Â and Â common Â tern, Â also Â had Â successful Â nesting Â years. Â â€œBlack Â terns Â QHVW RQ JUDVV\ PXG Ă€DWV XVLQJ ORJV PDWV DQG RWKHU Ă€RDWLQJ SODWIRUPV WR stay Â above Â water Â level,â€? Â said Â Buck. Â â€œThis Â allowed Â them Â to Â cope Â with Â the Â challenge Â of Â a Â sustained Â rise Â in Â Lake Â Champlain Â water Â levels Â during Â May Â and Â June.â€? Common Â terns Â experienced Â a Â record Â nesting Â year Â with Â 260 Â nests Â docu-Â mented Â from Â only Â two Â known Â nesting Â sites Â on Â Lake Â Champlain.
â€œThe Â return Â of Â these Â amazing Â bird Â species Â to Â Vermont Â is Â one Â of Â the Â stateâ€™s Â great Â conservation Â success Â stories,â€? Â said Â Buck. Â â€œThese Â species Â have Â contin-Â ued Â to Â thrive Â thanks Â to Â the Â efforts Â of Â our Â conservation Â partners Â and Â the Â citizens Â of Â Vermont.â€? Residents Â can Â help Â researchers Â in Â their Â effort Â to Â conserve Â birds Â by Â donat-Â ing Â to Â the Â nongame Â wildlife Â fund Â on Â line Â 29 Â of Â their Â tax Â return Â or Â at Â www. YWÂżVKDQGZLOGOLIHFRP, Â or Â by Â purchas-Â ing Â a Â conservation Â license Â plate.
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THE Â FAMILY Â OF Â MAURICE Â J. Â PAQUETTE Â would Â like Â to Â thank Â everyone Â for Â your Â acts Â of Â kindness Â and Â condolences, Â the Â cards, Â food, Â prayers Â and Â masses. Â A Â special Â thanks Â for Â DOG Â TEAM Â CATERING. Â ICU Â at Â Porter Â Hospital. Â The Â Seating Â 300, Â plus Â bar Â avail-Â MICU Â at Â FAHC, Â also Â to Â Father Â able. Â Now Â available, Â Middle-Â Yvon, Â Ladies Â of Â St. Â Ann Â and Â bury Â VFW. Â Full Â menus Â avail-Â Knight Â of Â Colombus. Â Millie, Â able. Â 802-Â388-Â4831, Â dogteam-Â Marie, Â Richard, Â Michael, Â Gary, Â Donna Â and Â families. catering.net. CVAA Â TAI-ÂCHI Â FOR Â SE-Â NIORS. Â Free Â 8 Â weeks. Â Begins Â Tuesday Â 9/24, Â 1pm, Â Middle-Â bury Â Fitness. Â For Â information Â 802-Â388-Â2651.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meet-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green). ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleas-Â ant Â Street. Â Discussion Â Meet-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â SUNDAY: Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 1:00-Â2:00 Â PM Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEETINGS: Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â Congre-Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â gational Â Church, Â New Â Haven Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Step Â Meet-Â Village Â Green. ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALTEEN Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Point, Â 228 Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â Mon-Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â day, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marble-Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd. works, Â Middlebury.
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 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. 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.
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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. 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. NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â BURY: Â Mondays, Â 6pm, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â the Â Marbleworks. NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â BURY: Â Fridays, Â 7:30pm, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works. OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â SATURDAYS Â at Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library, Â 1:00pm. Â 40 Â North Â Street, Â Bris-Â tol. Â For Â info Â call: Â 802-Â453-Â2368 Â or Â 802-Â388-Â7081. OVEREATERS Â ANONY-Â MOUS: Â TUESDAYS Â at Â Turn-Â ing Â Point Â Center Â (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.
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Public Meetings THE HELENBACH CANCER Support Group is an indepen- dent group of people who are dealing with, have dealt with, and who know people with cancer. We meet on an irregularly regular basis (if there is a need, we meet!) at the Mary Johnson Child Care Center on Water St. in Middle- bury. Good home-made treats are always available and all meetings are free. Our theme song has been Bill Wither’s “Lean on Me, when you’re not strong, I’ll be your friend, I’ll help you carry on..for it won’t be long, ‘til I’m gonna need, somebody to lean on.” Come be a leaner, be a supporter, be part of something that gives strength by sharing love. Call 802-388-6107 with questions.
DEVELOPMENTAL HOME PROVIDER for live-in client or respite care. 36 years experi- ence. State background check completed. State Agency and past client family references provided. Call Doreen at 802-247-4409. METICULOUS RESIDEN- TIAL CLEANING Servic- es. 12 years experience. Fully insured. Call Leigh. 802-282-1903. PERSONAL CAREGIVER / ASSISTANT I specialize in care for Alzheimer’s patients. I can help with a variety of tasks: large / small animal care, light office work, grocery shop- ping, errands, nanny care. Ex- cellent references. Call Kathy 802-349-7779.
FREE HOUSE CATS! Many to choose from. Spayed and Neutered. Good homes only. Call 802-388-1410. 1683 Dog Team Rd., New Haven. FREE MANURE AVAIL- ABLE from locally raised rabbits. Please call Mo at 802-349-8040.
Opportunities SAWMILL SCHOOL OF ART is accepting late autumn stu- dents. Sliding scale intuition, working scholarships avail- able. Applications can be sent to 5012 Mountain Road, Bristol, VT 05443. Some ap- plications may be done over the phone 802-453-6975.
PRIVATE CARE GIVING C&I DRYWALL. Hanging, Services. 20 years experi- taping and skim coat plas- ence. References. Call Leigh. tering. Also tile. Call Joe 802-282-1903. 802-234-5545. SNOW PLOWING AND sand- CHAIN SAW CHAINS sharp- ing services. 802-352-1034, ened. Call 802-759-2095. 802-349-5457.
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COMMUNITY SUPPORT P R O F E S S I O N A L : H e l p people with developmental disabilities become more independent, learn new life and social skills and enjoy community involvement, in ac- cordance with support plans. The job required compassion, patience, creativity, flexibility, good judgment and an ability to think on your feet. Experi- ence with personal care or behavioral support would be a plus. Good driving record and GED required. Two benefited positions at $11.80 / hour. Com- prehensive benefit package with onsite gym membership. Respond to CSAC HR, 89 Main Street, Middlebury VT 05753. 802-388-6751, ext. 425, or visit www.csac-vt.org .
DYNAMIC NANNY AVAIL- ABLE Mornings and over nights, weekends consid- ered. 20 years experience, all ages, stellar references. 802-349-5053, Toria. RETIRED DAD SEEKING part time work / o dd jobs. Have dependable car and pickup truck. Will also do any type of deliveries, errands, etc. Call with your needs, 802-453-4235.
Help Wanted BANKRUPTCY: CALL to find out if bankruptcy can help you. Kathleen Walls, Esq. 802-388-1156. B R E A K FA S T S E R V E R WANTED Saturdays and Sun- days. Call Michelle at the Swift House Inn. 802-388-9925.
DELIVERY PERSON NEED- ED. Clean driving record re- quired. Must pass background check. Apply in person, Sears of Middlebury. 383 Exchange Street.
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Medical Equipment Technician The Medicine Chest, a provider of home medical equipment rentals, sales and service has a full time opening for a Medical Equip- ment Technician. The right candidate will be a professional, energetic individual willing to learn all aspects of our business, from in-store customer service to deliveries and set up of equipment. Position includes rotating on call hours;; point of sale, computer knowledge and mechanical aptitude all helpful;; willing to train the right person. Must be able to lift 65 lbs. Apply in person at 99 Maple St., Middlebury, in the historic Marble Works District, or fax resume to 388-4146.
BET-CHA TRANSIT, INC. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Bet-cha Transit, Inc. has immediate openings for route & activity drivers in Addison & Rutland Counties. We fully train you and pay all your licensing costs. Eliminate childcare costs and collect unemployment over the summer months and holidays. For more information call Don or Lori at 388-7800
MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Coaching Positions MUHS has vacancies for Varsity and Junior Varsity Girls’ Basketball Coaches. The applicant must have a strong knowledge of basketball coaching principles with previous coaching experience preferred. Must possess strong organizational skills and the ability to communicate and relate to student athletes. Apply by sending a letter of interest and resume to: Sean Farrell, Activities Director Middlebury Union High School 73 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 E.O.E 4SWMXMSRSTIRYRXMP½PPIH
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The College Street Children’s Center is looking for a nurturing, creative, enthusiastic infant/ toddler teacher to join our team of childcare professionals. The position is guaranteed 20 hours a week, with more hours available, and begins as soon as possible. Person must have flexibility to work varied hours. Also looking for substitute teachers. Infant/Toddler experience and a BA, CDA or Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or related field is preferred. Send resume and 3 letters of reference by Ocotber 4th to: Jenne Morton College Street Children’s Center $PMMFHF4USFFUt.JEEMFCVSZ 75
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EastView is continuing to grow and we are adding more members to our team! Servers: Part-time and Full-time Positions Available
Our dining room team provides residents with a fine dining experience and full table service in a dynamic retirement community. With a manageable schedule and superb kitchen facilities, we offer a work environment that is hard to find in the hospitality industry. These positions will be primarily during the evenings. Applicants must be willing to work weekends and some holidays.
Residential Care Assistant: Part-time and Full-time Positions Available
The Residential Care Assistant participates as a key member of the health care team implementing care delivery systems in a manner that maintains a nurturing environment, supporting the health and independence of the residents. The Residential Care Assistant uses primary care assignments to provide resident-centered care to support the residentâ€™s activities of daily living.Â Residential Care Assistants use their care-giving skills to ensure the physical and cognitive wellbeing of residents, as well as their emotional and social wellbeing.Â In addition, they provide support and information to families/others where appropriate. For more information about EastView at Middlebury, go to: www.eastviewmiddlebury.com Interested candidates please email firstname.lastname@example.org or send cover letter and resume to: : EastView at Middlebury | 100 Eastview Terrace Middlebury, VT EOE
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H O M E W A R D Â B O U N D Â ANIMAL Â Welfare Â Center Â in Â Middlebury Â has Â PT Â and Â FT Â positions Â available Â in Â the Â shelter. Â Positions Â include Â cleaning Â kennels, Â walking Â dogs, Â feeding Â animals, Â facility Â housekeeping Â and Â customer Â service. Â Duties Â may Â be Â expanded Â to Â clerical Â a n d Â a d o p t i o n s . Â A n i m a l Â care Â experience Â preferred Â and Â AM Â hours Â required Â including Â some Â weekends. Â Applications Â available Â at Â www. homewardboundanimals.org Â or Â email Â resume Â to Â jennifer@ homewardboundanimals.org Â .
SHEA Â MOTOR Â COMPANY Â has Â immediate Â opening Â for Â full Â time, Â flat Â rate, Â automotive Â â€œAâ€? Â technician. Â ASE Â and Â GM Â Certification Â a Â must. Â Valid Â driverâ€™s Â license, Â basic Â tools Â and Â inspection Â license Â re-Â quired. Â Top Â pay Â for Â qualified Â in-Â dividual Â with Â ability Â to Â perform Â thorough Â and Â quality Â repairs. Â Applicant Â must Â be Â customer Â service Â oriented Â and Â a Â team Â player. Â Full Â benefits Â package Â include: Â Health, Â Life Â & Â Disabil-Â ity Â Insurance, Â Uniforms, Â Paid Â Holidays Â and Â Vacation. Â Please Â reply Â by Â email Â to Â mark@shea-Â motorco.com Â or Â regular Â mail Â Attn: Â Mark Â Stacey, Â General Â JOB Â OPENINGS Â FOR: Â Event Â Manager, Â Shea Â Motor Â Com-Â Security Â Division, Â Uniform Â pany, Â PO Â Box Â 747, Â Middlebury Â Security Â Division. Â Part Â Time. Â VT Â 05753. All Â shifts Â available Â throughout Â the Â state Â of Â VT. Â Must Â be Â 18 Â ROUSE Â TIRE Â SALES Â is Â years Â of Â age Â and Â have Â a Â high Â currently Â gearing Â up Â for Â the Â school Â diploma Â / Â GED. Â We Â season Â and Â is Â looking Â to Â fill Â will Â train Â you Â for Â an Â exciting Â several Â positions Â immediately: Â new Â career Â in Â security. Â Must Â Tire Â technician, Â Warehouse Â be Â able Â to Â work Â with Â public Â personnel, Â Auto Â / Â lt. Â truck Â me-Â in Â a Â positive Â friendly Â manor. Â chanic, Â Service Â truck Â driver, Â Apply Â online: Â www.gmcsvt. Alignment Â technician. Â Appli-Â com Â / Â employment/ Â . cants Â must Â have Â previous Â experience, Â have Â the Â ability Â to Â work Â in Â a Â fast Â paced Â envi-Â ronment Â and Â be Â dependable, Â MR. Â MIKEâ€™S Â COMMERCIAL Â self-Âmotivated, Â have Â a Â valid Â Cleaning Â Service Â has Â open-Â driverâ€™s Â license Â and Â be Â will-Â ings Â for Â relief Â positions; Â part Â ing Â to Â work Â at Â least Â 45 Â hours Â to Â full Â time. Â Must Â be Â flexible, Â per Â week. Â Applications Â can Â reliable, Â and Â able Â to Â pass Â be Â filled Â out Â at Â our Â Route Â 7 Â background Â check. Â Self Â mo-Â South Â location Â (Middlebury). Â tivated, Â able Â to Â work Â indepen-Â No Â phone Â calls Â please. Â Rouse Â dently. Â Email Â resume Â to: Â info@ Tire Â Sales, Â Inc. Â is Â an Â equal Â mrmikescleaningservicevt. opportunity Â employer. com. Â Application Â also Â avail-Â NEEDED: Â PART Â TIME Â eve-Â able Â online Â www.mrmikes-Â ning Â and Â night Â position Â for Â cleaningservicevt.com. Â No Â a Â loving Â and Â kind Â person Â to Â phone Â calls Â please. care Â for Â seniors Â in Â a Â home Â atmosphere. Â Holistically Â we Â incorporate Â organic Â nutrition, Â integrative Â medicine Â and Â a Â wide Â variety Â of Â fun Â activities. Â LNA Â or Â equivalent Â is Â desired. Â If Â you Â are Â a Â team Â player Â and Â reliable Â please Â send Â your Â re-Â sume Â to Â email@example.com Â .
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OVERNIGHT Â AWAKE Â SHEL-Â TER Â STAFF: Â Overnight Â awake Â shelter Â staff Â for Â a Â seasonal Â cold Â weather Â community Â shel-Â ter Â in Â Middlebury Â VT. Â The Â shel-Â ter Â opens Â November Â 15-ÂMarch Â 31, Â 2014 Â on Â the Â coldest Â nights Â of Â the Â year, Â determined Â by Â state Â criteria. Â Shelter Â hours Â are Â 8:00pm-Â8:00am, Â Mon-Â day-ÂSunday. Â Overnight Â staff Â will Â commit Â to Â over Â nights Â on Â an Â on Â call Â basis. Â Position Â pays Â $10.00 Â per Â hour Â when Â shelter Â is Â in Â operation; Â stipend Â for Â the Â nights Â the Â shelter Â is Â not Â open. Â Send Â resume Â and Â letter Â of Â interest Â to: Â HOPE, Â Warming Â Shelter, Â PO Â Box Â 165 Â Middle-Â bury, Â VT Â 05753.
TOWN Â OF Â SHOREHAM, Â tem-Â porary Â vacancy, Â Town Â Clerk. Â This Â is Â a Â 24 Â hour Â per Â week Â po-Â sition Â for Â the Â period Â beginning Â about Â October Â 21, Â 2013 Â and Â ending Â March Â 5, Â 2014. Â The Â successful Â candidate Â must Â be Â a Â Shoreham Â voter Â and Â should Â be Â eligible Â to Â run Â for Â the Â office Â of Â Town Â Clerk Â for Â the Â term Â be-Â ginning Â March Â 5, Â 2014. Â Please Â submit Â a Â resume Â and Â letter Â of Â interest Â not Â later Â than Â October Â 8, Â 2013 Â to: Â Town Â of Â Shoreham, Â 297 Â Main Â St., Â Shoreham, Â VT Â 05770. Â For Â information Â call Â the Â Town Â Office Â at Â 897-Â5841. Â Selectboard Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Shoreham.
SHARED Â LIVING Â PROVIDER Â for Â a Â 48 Â year Â old Â man Â who Â enjoys Â simple Â things Â in Â life. Â This Â gentleman Â with Â a Â mild Â de-Â velopmental Â disability Â enjoys Â fishing, Â going Â out Â for Â coffee, Â working Â in Â the Â yard, Â visiting Â with Â others Â and Â doing Â some Â traveling. Â This Â home Â needs Â to Â be Â alcohol-Âfree Â and Â have Â no Â children. Â You Â will Â receive Â a Â generous Â tax-Âfree Â stipend Â of Â $25,000 Â plus Â room Â and Â board Â of Â $7800, Â as Â well Â as Â respite Â budget. Â Please Â call Â Kim Â McCarty Â at Â Community Â Associates Â for Â more Â details. Â 802-Â388-Â4021.
For Â Sale 1â€? Â CHERRY Â LUMBER, Â 5â€?-Â10â€? Â wide, Â $.80 Â / Â board Â foot. Â 1â€?+2â€? Â curly Â maple, Â $2.50 Â / Â board Â foot. Â Wood Â splitter Â with Â 9hp Â gas Â motor Â $650. Â 802-Â352-Â4460. ANTIQUE Â GAS Â PUMP Â and Â Coke Â machine; Â plus Â other Â gas Â station Â items. Â Call Â af-Â ter Â 5pm, Â or Â leave Â message, Â 802-Â388-Â1427. CLEAN, Â USED Â RESTAU-Â RANT Â equipment. Â Call Â for Â information, Â 802-Â388-Â4831.
DEFIANT Â WOOD Â STOVE Â in Â SOMEONE Â TO Â INSULATE Â good Â condition. Â $150. Â Call Â part Â of Â basement. Â 453-Â4597. Barb Â 802-Â758-Â2238. EVERGREEN Â 27â€™ Â TRAVEL Â TRAILER. Â Queen Â bed, Â full Â bath, Â kitchen, Â dinette, Â one Â slide Â out. Â All Â composite Â con-Â struction, Â extremely Â light-Â weight. Â Very Â high Â quality Â throughout. Â Only Â used Â 3 Â times, Â pristine Â condition. Â $22,750. Â Call Â Bud, Â 802-Â989-Â8511. MAXIM Â OUTDOOR Â WOOD Â PELLET Â Furnace Â by Â Central Â Boiler. Â Heat Â your Â entire Â home Â and Â hot Â water. Â Boivin Â Farm Â Supply Â 802-Â236-Â2389.
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NEW HAVEN; EXCELLENT 1 bedroom apartment with MIDDLEBURY PENTHOUSE appliances, heat, trash re- APARTMENT: Charming one moval included. $800 / m o. bedroom, 1 1/2 bath apart- plus security. Pets negotiable. ment in convenient village 802-453-2184. location. Interesting floor plan, OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT. excellent parking. Includes Located above the Bristol Bak- heat, trash removal, recycling. ery. Renovated 475sq.ft. office Dogs and cats permitted with space on the second floor of owner’s O.K. No smoking 16 Main Street in Bristol. The please. Security deposit and office has large windows fac- references required. $1000. ing south onto Main St. and Contact Bill at 802-388-3562, a high ceiling. The layout is or Coleen at 802-343-7240. open with two built-in work firstname.lastname@example.org . stations and a storage closet.
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.
2 BEDROOM, FIRST floor apartment with office in Middlebury, 85 Court Street. Full basement, W/D hook-up, off-street parking. Lawn, snow plowing and appliances in- cluded. $1000 / mo. No pets or smoking. Credit, refer- ences and lease required. 802-352-6678.
BRISTOL; QUAKER COUN- TRY home (circa 1850), twenty acres. References re- quired. No alcohol. Deposit required. $1395 / mo. Please call 864-630-6905.
2-3 BEDROOM, 900 SQ. FT. apartment for rent. $1000 per month. Does not include utilities. Large yard, nice deck, close to village and down- hill from Mt. Abraham Union High School. Dishwasher, tons of storage, hookups for washer and dryer and a bonus room. This unit is one half of a duplex. Rent includes: Dumpsters (Recycle & Trash), lawn care and snow removal. Absolutely no pets, no smok- ing. 900 sq. ft. storage in- cluded. Lease, references, deposit and credit application required. 802-233-2592.
FARM HOUSE FOR RENT: Large kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 car garage. $1300 / month plus utilities. References required. Pets considered. Ferrisburgh / 802-877-9923.
MIDDLEBURY: 2 BEDROOM apartment with laundry room. Heat, trash, water and snow plowing included. Ready Sept. 15. No smoking, no pets. $950 / month plus deposit. Call Mike at 802-349-0025 after 4pm.
FERRISBURGH 4 BED- ROOM 2 bath house. Avail- able Sept. 1- June 1, 2014. $1500 / month plus utilities. First and security. Credit and reference check required. Karla 802-377-7445.
MIDDLEBURY; 1 BEDROOM studio apartment, close to downtown. Heat, electricity included. References, security deposit required. $725 / mo. Call 802-759-2169.
ROUND BALE HAY, $20. loaded. Also dry firewood, you pick up. $200 / c ord. 802-247-6061.
ADDISON: LAKE CHAM- PLAIN waterfront camp. Beautiful view, gorgeous sun- sets, private beach, dock, rowboat and canoe included. $600. weekly, or call for week- 4 BEDROOM LOG home, ends. 802-349-4212. Monkton. 1-1/2 baths. $1200 / mo. plus utilities. Available October 15. 802-453-4206. For Rent
CORNWALL EFFICIENCY APARTMENT clean and quiet. $650 includes all. 989-8124.
MIDDLEBURY 1 BEDROOM apartment, near Marble Works. $630 / mo. plus utili- ties. 802-388-6892. MIDDLEBURY 1 BEDROOM apartment. Third floor. Center of town. $1000 / mo. includes electric, water, heat, washer, dryer, parking. 802-349-8544.
AUTO STORAGE; MONTH- LY, seasonal and yearly heat- MIDDLEBURY COMMER- ed storage. Reasonable rates. CIALLY ZONED House with maximum exposure and 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT 802-877-3207. access to Rt. 7 and Foote in Salisbury near Lake Dun- more. Super energy efficient. BRANDON, NOW RENTING Street. Great way to build your Bedroom and full bath on sec- 1 & 2 BR affordable apart- cliental. Spacious parking. ond floor. Eat-in kitchen with ments at Park Village. Rents Handicap accessible. Please stove, refrigerator; and living starting at $691 / mo. Some call Darcy at 802-388-9599. room on first floor. Private utilities included. Great loca- MIDDLEBURY ONE BED- basement with washer and tion, beautiful setting, 30 min. ROOM apartment. First floor to Rutland, 5 min. to down- dryer included. $800 / mo. plus apartment with shared deck, utilities. Yard maintenance town Brandon, easy access $750 month plus utilities. to R oute 7 . P ets a llowed w ith and snow plowing included. Beautiful wood floors. Secu- deposit. C all C hantel f or m ore Security, references required. rity deposit, credit application Non-smoking property. Abso- info 802-247-0165. required. No pets, no smoking. lutely no pets. 802-352-6678. BRANDON: $600. AFFORD- 1457 Route 7 South. See 1800 SQ FT. 3 BEDROOMS: ABLE 2 bedroom, first floor, Craigslist ad for photos. Call Walking distance to Mt.Abe trash, snow, parking, pets 802-349-7432. High School and village! 5 Star welcome. 203-253-4389. Energy rated Town house. BRIDPORT; LARGE 1 bed- For Rent Laundry Room, Office, Family room, second floor apart- Room. Hardwood Floors in ment. References and de- Living Room & for 2 cars. No posit required. $650 / m o. smoking, no pets. Lease, Ref- 802-758-2436. erences, Deposit and Credit Application are required! BRISTOL 2 BEDROOM 1 $1275 / month. Does not in- Bath efficient gas heat and clude heat or utilities. Rent new windows. Excellent con- includes: Trash & Recycling dition. Water and sewer in- removal, Plowing and Lawn cluded. No pets or smoking. $850 / month. 802-635-9716. care. 802-233-2592.
2 BEDROOM HOUSE, com- pletely furnished for 9 month winter rental on Lake Dun- more. Very energy efficient, washer and dryer, 85’ of frontage, no pets, no smok- ing. $1000 / mo. plus utilities. 802-352-6678. 2 B E D R O O M R U S T I C HOUSE in Salisbury with ac- cess to Lake Dunmore. For winter rental and possibly longer. Nice, level yard, fire- place, stove, refrigerator and some porch. $800 / month plus utilities. No smoking. Pets negotiable. 802-352-6678.
BRISTOL 2 BEDROOM apart- ment. $740 / month includes heat, snow removal and lawn care. No smoking / pets. Off street parking. Near downtown stores. Call 802-777-2800. BRISTOL 2 BEDROOM house. Upgraded kitchen. Just remodeled. Large 3-room bathroom, nice porch and views, private yard, washer / dryer. Extra storage. 2-car carport, snow removal and wifi included. Available Nov. 1. $950 / m o. Security and reference. No pets / smoking. 802-453-4838 leave message. BRISTOL 2BR APARTMENT Heat, hot water, snow remov- al, lawn care included. Base- ment and garage. Appliances. Available now. 453-2566.
This office shares the hallway and bathroom with 2 other upstairs offices. Rent is $575 / mo. and includes heat, elec- tric and A/C. Available Oct 1. Please call Chris or Barb at 453-2756 to inquire.
PANTON HOUSE SHARE: 3 Bedroom, 1 bath, shared kitchen and common space, big yard. Convenient to Ver- gennes. Transportation neces- sary. Looking for $400 / month and shared house and garden MONKTON POND 2 Bedroom work. References required. 2 bath. $1375 / month plus 802-475-2112. utilities. First, last and security. Credit check and reference RIPTON 2 BEDROOM, first check required. Avail. Nov. 1. floor apartment. $475 / mo. plus utilities. No pets. No smoking. Karla 802-377-7445. Call 802-382-8567. MONKTON POND 2 Bed- room, 1 bath. $1275 / month RIPTON TWO BEDROOM plus utilities. First, last, se- apartment. $550 / month plus curity. References and credit utilities. No pets. No smoking. check required. Available Oct. Call 802-382-8567. 1. Karla 802-377-7445. NEW HAVEN 1 bedroom apartment, 950sq.ft. Energy efficient, low heat cost. Sce- nic. Quiet. 5 miles to center Middlebury. Washer / d ryer hook-up. Cat allowed. $850 / mo. plus first month and se- curity. 802-989-6408.
TWO BEDROOM APART- MENT available for occu- pancy. Modern apartment, carpet / tile, w/d hookups plus onsite laundry. Ample parking and storage. Includes trash, snow removal, professional management and 24 hour maintenance. Efficient gas heat / hot water. In quiet Mid- dlebury neighborhood. $695 / mo. plus utilities. References required. Please call Diane at 802-472-5016 for more information. Equal Housing Opportunity.
BABY PIGS FOR SALE! $40 EACH. Call 802-247-6810.
STANDING CORN and balage for sale. 759-2135. WANTED: TO PURCHASE from owner, open land, 20+ acres. 802-558-6092. WHITNEY’S CUSTOM FARM WORK. Pond agitating, liquid manure hauling, mouldboard plowing. 462-2755, John Whitney
S A L I S B U R Y S T U D I O APARTMENT, upstairs, fur- nished, includes utilities, Dish TV, $750 / mo. 802-352-9094.
Boats BOSTON WHALER 17’ 90hp Johnson, trailer and acces- sories. $5500. OBO, call for more information. Can see on Craig’s list. 802-453-4235.
STORAGE SHED. 20’X50’, $200 / month. Contact Marcel Page 802-623-8311.
FIREWOOD: CUT, SPLIT, delivered. Call 802-388-7300.
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1996 CHEVROLET CAPRICE Classic, southern car. Good shape and running condi- tion. $2000. or best offer. Call 802-759-2110.
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FIREWOOD; CUT, SPLIT and delivered. Green or sea- soned. Call Tom Shepard, 1998 FORD RANGER XLT, 802-453-4285. super cab, white. 4x4, 4 liter FIREWOOD; CUT, SPLIT and V-6. Automatic transmission, delivered. Call for information. 102,500 miles. Inspected. $2995. Call 802-758-2377 247-9782. for information. MOUNTAIN ROAD FIRE- WOOD. Green and dry avail- able. Oak, ash, maple, beech. Wanted Order now and save for next season. Cut, split and deliv- USED OIL WANTED: Mikes ered. Call 802-759-2095. Auto 1 and 2, small amounts, drop off with us. 50 gallons + we will pick up locally. 802-388-4138. Real Estate
It’s against the law to discriminate when advertising housing related activities. 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.
HAY FOR SALE: Small square bales. First cut and mulch. Delivery avail- a b l e . C a l l f o r p r i c i n g . 802-453-4481, 802-349-9281, or 802-989-1004.
NEW HOLLAND T1530- 250TL Loader, 200 hours. TWO BEDROOM CONDO, Winco PTO Generator. Call Middlebury East. One bath, 802-247-6735. full kitchen, W/D. Screened porch. Large walk-out base- SAWDUST; STORED AND ment and workshop. One car undercover. Large tandem garage. $1350 / mo. Call Bud silage truck $627, delivered. Large single axle dump $259, 802-989-8511. delivered. Single axle dump $1 92, delivered. Pick up and loading also available. Phone order and credit cards accept- ed. 802-453-2226. Bagged shavings in stock. $5.50 per bag.
STORAGE SPACES, 11’X28’. Wood Heat Large overhead doors, ex- NEW HAVEN 3 bedroom tra high ceilings. Will ac- mobile home. $925 / mo. plus commodate large campers, deposit. 802-453-3870. boats or lots of stuff. Call 802-388-8394. FIREWOOD FOR SALE: Mixed hardwoods, cut and split. Green and dry avail- able. Lathrop Forest Products. 802-453-3606.
HAY FOR SALE: First cut $3 / square bale. First cut round bales $30. Mike Quinn, end of South Munger Street, Middle- bury. 802-388-7828.
LEICESTER, 6.8 ACRES, $59,000. Very nice building C site surveyed, septic design in- . to collegeR For Rent cluded. eady to build on, with T se lo EN C TM d. furbishe OM APAR 1 BEDRO Middlebury, newly re 00. all permits. Owner financing. , 00 et 0- re 00 St . n at he Mai th, includes Call Wayne 802-257-7076. ury $750/mon of Middleb ds (Pub lassified A
WESTERN UNI-MOUNT Snow Plow in good working condition. 802-558-5244.
WOODLAND OWNERS: Buy- ing any type standing wood and / or property. Highest price rth . T, no 00 EN ile 00 m TM t. 000- rubbish, 1 OM APAR plus deposi 1 BEDRO udes heat, electric, $595/month M I D D L E B U RY; I N D U S - paid. Land clearing. Courteous cl ly, upstairs, in Available immediate professional. 518-593-8752. e TRIAL d referenc Available 2 on Route 7. anPARK. s. Deposit LE home ilitieacres, BI ut O M us pl M O o. lease or build to suit. 2 BEDRO Private lot. $650/m . 802-558-6092.s required. in Salisbury 0-0000. ce required. 00 t. Referen ONDO HOUSE/C arage and basemen 00. G OM TOWN 2 BEDRO mons, Vergennes. heat. No pets. 000-00 d om Country C excluding utilities an washer, $1,000/mo. mpletely et, satellite, co , N ER D peed intern e. Very energy MO , i-s M H O e. O R us ne 2 BED ore ho frontag Lake Dunm drilled well, 85’ lake 29, 2009 through Ju 802-352-6678. furnished st h, us utilities. ened porc arting Augu dryer, scre 10 month rental; st tiable. $1,000/mo. pl r go efficient. Fo -smoking. Pets ne Non 26, 2010.
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Public Notices Index Addison Â County Â Fair Â and Â Field Â Days Â (1) Addison Â County Â Superior Â Court Â (4) Bristol Â (1) Middlebury Â and Â Weybridge Â (1) To publish a legal notice in the Addison Independent, please email information to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to (802) 388-3100.
TOWN OF ORWELL HEARING â€“ DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD
The Â Orwell Â Development Â Review Â Board Â will Â meet Â Wednesday, Â October Â 16 Â at Â 7:30 Â SPDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHWRFRQGXFW WKHIROORZLQJEXVLQHVV (UOH &KLS 7DXEH %ODFN 6QDNH /DQH2UZHOO)LQDO3ODW+HDULQJIRU6XE-Â GLYLVLRQ3HUPLW Information Â pertaining Â to Â these Â matters Â PD\EHYLHZHG077KDQG DQG )U DQG DWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH David Â King, Â Chair Â â€“ Â Orwell Â DRB
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MIDDLEBURY AND WEYBRIDGE JOINT PUBLIC MEETING
Local Â Concerns Â Meeting Â -Â Â Pulp Â Mill Â Bridge Â Area Â Sidewalk Â Scoping Â Study October Â 8, Â 2013 Â â€“ Â 5:30 Â pm Â 0LGGOHEXU\7RZQ2IÂżFHV The Â Towns Â of Â Middlebury Â and Â Weybridge Â are Â collaborating Â on Â a Â planning Â and Â feasibility Â study Â for Â sidewalk Â connections Â and Â pedestrian Â system Â improvements Â along Â Seymour Â Street Â DQG3XOS0LOO%ULGJH5RDG7KHÂżUVWVWHS in Â the Â planning Â process Â is Â co-Âhosting Â a Â Local Â Concerns Â Meeting. Â The Â purpose Â of Â the Â meeting Â is Â to Â present Â the Â project Â goals Â and Â provide Â the Â opportunity Â for Â the Â public Â to Â express Â support Â or Â concerns. Â Please Â contact Â Kathleen Â Ramsay, Â Middlebury Â Town Â Manager, Â (802) Â 388-Â8100 Â ex201, Â email@example.com Â if Â you Â have Â any Â questions. Â Â
TOWN OF MONKTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED TOWN PLAN
The Â Monkton Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â Public Â Hearing Â at Â 8:00 Â PM Â on Â Tuesday Â Â October Â 15, 2013 Â at Â the Â Monkton Â Central Â School, Â to Â take Â public Â testimony Â on Â the Â proposed Â Town Â Plan Â for Â the Â Town Â of Â Monkton. Â Statement of Purpose The Â purpose Â of Â a Â town Â plan Â is Â to Â provide Â a Â vision Â for Â orderly Â development Â with Â in Â the Â town. Â Â Â It Â is Â essentially Â a Â â€œpicture Â in Â timeâ€? Â that Â uses Â existing Â conditions Â to Â guide Â zoning Â DQGGHYHORSPHQWGHFLVLRQVIRUWKHQH[WÂżYH\HDUSHULRG Our Â new Â town Â plan Â is Â a Â complete Â revision Â of Â the Â plan Â adopted Â in Â 2007. Â Â Â At Â a Â minimum Â each Â section Â has Â been Â reformatted Â to Â ensure Â that Â the Â entire Â document Â speaks Â with Â a Â single Â voice Â and Â offers Â information Â in Â the Â same Â way, Â while Â other Â sections Â have Â received Â a Â more Â complete Â revision. Â Â Unlike Â earlier Â editions Â of Â the Â town Â plan, Â where Â the Â goals Â ZHUHSUHVHQWHGLQDVLQJOHVHFWLRQ\RXZLOOÂżQGERWKJRDOVDQGDFWLRQSODQVZLWKLQWKH element Â they Â apply Â to. Â Â Â The Â proposed Â Town Â Plan Â affects Â all Â the Â land Â within Â the Â Town Â of Â Monkton. 7KH3ODQQLQJ&RPPLVVLRQEHOLHYHVWKHIROORZLQJDUHWKHVLJQLÂżFDQWFKDQJHVRIIHUHG by Â the Â plan: 1. Â Â Within Â the Â Economy Â section, Â we Â have Â examined Â the Â advances Â in Â agriculture Â and Â WKHH[SDQGHGGHÂżQLWLRQRIDJULFXOWXUH$OWKRXJKWKHUHFRQWLQXHVWREHDGHFUHDVHLQWKH number Â of Â family Â dairy Â farms, Â there Â is Â a Â growth Â in Â small Â non-Âdairy Â farm Â operations. Â Â The Â SODQUHFRJQL]HVWKHVHQRQWUDGLWLRQDOGLYHUVLÂżHGRSHUDWLRQV:HKDYHDOVRORRNHGDWWKH diversity Â of Â small Â business Â in Â town Â and Â believe Â that Â the Â town Â can Â only Â grow Â stronger Â by Â providing Â the Â support Â and Â encouragement Â these Â businessesâ€™ Â need Â to Â grow. Â Â Â 2. Â Within Â the Â Transportation Â section, Â the Â Plan Â addresses Â the Â increasing Â need Â to Â develop Â transportation Â systems Â that Â encourage Â ride Â sharing Â and Â decreases Â the Â number Â of Â trips Â made Â by Â single Â driver Â vehicles. Â Â The Â plan Â encourages Â the Â town Â to Â engage Â in Â conversations Â with Â Addison Â County Â Transit Â Resources Â (ACTR) Â to Â design Â and Â promote Â a Â bus Â route Â that Â will Â allow Â town Â Â residents Â to Â access Â public Â transportation Â at Â reasonable Â hours Â and Â in Â ways Â that Â will Â make Â taking Â the Â bus Â a Â desirable Â alternative Â to Â driving. Â The Â plan Â also Â encourages Â the Â development Â of Â a Â designated Â park Â and Â ride Â location, Â DQGUHFRPPHQGVWKDWGXULQJWKHQH[WÂżYH\HDUSODQQLQJSHULRGWKHWRZQZRUNZLWKRWKHU WRZQVZLWKLQRXUUHJLRQWRGHYHORSDFRRUGLQDWHGSODQWKDWZLOOPRYHWUDIÂżFRIIRXUWRZQ roads Â and Â back Â onto Â the Â appropriate Â state Â or Â federal Â highways. Â 3. Â Â Â Within Â the Â Energy Â Section Â we Â shifted Â the Â discussion Â of Â energy Â infrastructure Â to Â the Â Utilities Â and Â Facilities Â Section Â while Â the Â new Â Energy Â section Â focuses Â on Â energy Â usage, Â conservation Â and Â renewable Â energy. Â We Â have Â also Â added Â a Â discussion Â on Â commercial Â wind Â energy. Â 4. Â Within Â the Â Land Â Use Â Section, Â we Â have Â deleted Â the Â formula Â for Â determining Â the Â â€œno Â buildâ€? Â zone Â from Â the Â previous Â plan Â while Â still Â protecting Â our Â ridgelines Â and Â scenic Â YLHZV7KHIRUPXODRIIHUHGZDVKDUGWRXQGHUVWDQGDQGGLIÂżFXOWWRFDOFXODWH$IRUPXOD of Â this Â nature Â should Â be Â part Â of Â zoning Â and Â subdivision Â regulations Â instead Â of Â a Â planning Â document. Â Â We Â have Â also Â created Â two Â land Â use Â areas;Íž Â the Â village Â residential Â planning Â UHJLRQDQGWKHUXUDOUHVLGHQWLDOSODQQLQJUHJLRQ:HKDYHDOVRPRUHFOHDUO\GHÂżQHGWKH conserved Â areas Â of Â town. Â Â While Â the Â Plan Â sets Â forth Â the Â community Â goals Â and Â objectives, Â the Â policies Â and Â other Â means Â of Â achieving Â those Â ends Â are Â set Â forth Â in Â the Â town Â zoning Â and Â subdivision Â regulations. Â Â A Â town Â plan Â should Â not Â be Â a Â proscriptive Â document. Â Â This Â version Â of Â the Â Monkton Â Town Â Plan Â adheres Â to Â this Â principal. Â Copies Â of Â the Â Draft Â Town Â Plan Â may Â be Â obtained Â at Â or Â the Â full Â document Â may Â be Â viewed Â DWWKH7RZQ2IÂżFHV0RQNWRQ5LGJH0RQNWRQGXULQJUHJXODUEXVLQHVVKRXUVDQG on Â the Â town Â web Â site Â www.monktonvt.com. The Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â meet Â at Â the Â conclusion Â of Â the Â public Â hearing Â to Â discuss Â the Â testimony Â presented. Â Â Thea Â Gaudette, Â Clerk Â â€“ Â Monkton Â Planning Â Commission 9/23, Â 10/7
TOWN OF PANTON ADVERTISEMENT AND NOTICE OF TAX SALE Â 32 V.S.A. Â§ 5253
The Bristol Board of Adjustment will hold a hearing on October 28, 2013 at the Town Offices located at 1 South Street beginning at 7:30 P.M. to consider the appeal of zoning permit #13-Â55, Erle LaBounty (Parcel #20-Â 51-Â71), requesting a variance to side yard set backs to build a storage shed. The Bristol Board of Adjustment will also consider the appeal of zoning permit #13-Â 47, Meghanâ€™s Meadow View LLC (Parcel #20-Â51-Â1), requesting a conditional use permit to build two multi-Âfamily structures. Copies of the complete zoning applications are available for review at the Bristol Town Office during regular business hours. 9/23
The Â resident Â and Â nonresident Â owners, Â lien Â holders Â and Â mortgagees Â of Â lands Â in Â the Â Town Â RI3DQWRQLQWKH&RXQW\RI$GGLVRQDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHWD[HVDVVHVVHGE\VXFK town Â for Â the Â years Â 2008 Â through Â 2012 Â remain, Â either Â in Â whole Â or Â in Â part, Â unpaid Â on Â the Â IROORZLQJGHVFULEHGODQGVLQVXFKWRZQWRZLW 3DUFHO%HLQJDOODQGWKHVDPHODQGVDQGSUHPLVHVFRQYH\HGWR(OUR\($XQFKPDQ DQG/DXULH$$XQFKPDQE\4XLW&ODLP'HHGRI*HRUJH$3DODQWLRVGDWHG6HSWHPEHU DQGUHFRUGHGLQWKH9ROXPHDW3DJHRIWKH3DQWRQ/DQG5HFRUGV6DLG SURSHUW\EHOLHYHGWREHORFDWHGDW3DQWRQ5RDG3DQWRQ9HUPRQW $QGVRPXFKRIVXFKODQGVZLOOEHVROGDWSXEOLFDXFWLRQDWWKH7RZQ+DOOLQ3DQWRQD SXEOLFSODFHLQVXFKWRZQRQ2FWREHUDWRÂśFORFNLQWKHPRUQLQJDVVKDOOEH UHTXLVLWHWRGLVFKDUJHVXFKWD[HVZLWKFRVWVDQGIHHVXQOHVVSUHYLRXVO\SDLG 'DWHGDW3DQWRQ9HUPRQWWKLVrd Â GD\RI6HSWHPEHU %DUEDUD)OHPLQJ&ROOHFWRURI'HOLQTXHQW7RZQ7D[HV 9/5 Â Â
TOWN OF SALISBURY PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE CORRECTION, CONTINUATION MEETING
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The Â Salisbury Â Development Â Review Â Board Â will Â hold Â a Â continuation Â hearing Â LQ WKH 7RZQ 2IÂżFH 6FKRROKRXVH Road) Â at Â approximately Â 7:00 Â PM Â on Â :HGQHVGD\ 6HSWHPEHU to Â continue Â with Â the Â consideration Â RI DSSOLFDWLRQV 7KH DSSOLFDWLRQV DUH from Â the Â Keewaydin Â Foundation Â and Â IURP 6RQJDGHHZLQ ZKLFK LV DIÂżOLDWHG ZLWK WKH .HHZD\GLQ )RXQGDWLRQ )RU DSSOLFDWLRQ WKHUH LV D SURSHUW\ DQG SDUFHO LGHQWLÂżFDWLRQ number Â to Â change, Â which Â should Â read: IURP WKH .HHZD\GLQ )RXQGDWLRQIRUWKHUHPRYDORID square Â foot Â lodgeâ€”which Â includes Â lavatory Â facilitiesâ€”and Â to Â replace Â this Â VWUXFWXUH ZLWK D VTXDUH IRRW ORGJH ZLWK SRUFK DQG VTXDUH IRRW IRUW UHVWURRP IDFLOLW\ $OVR WR UHVWRUH DSSUR[LPDWHO\ VTXDUH feet Â of Â green Â space Â in Â the Â Lake Â Shore Â 'LVWULFW SXUVXDQW WR 6HFWLRQ RI WKH 6DOLVEXU\ 8QLÂżHG 'HYHORSPHQW 5HJXODWLRQV 7KH SURSHUW\ LV ORFDWHG DW.HHZD\GLQ5RDGSDUFHO,' Participation Â in Â a Â hearing Â is Â a Â prerequisite Â to Â an Â interested Â personâ€™s Â right Â to Â take Â any Â subsequent Â appeal Â IURPWKH'5%ÂśVGHFLVLRQ6HH96$ 6HFWLRQE DQGD $SSOLFDWLRQ PDWHULDOV DUH DYDLODEOH IRULQVSHFWLRQLQWKH7RZQ2IÂżFHGXULQJ UHJXODUEXVLQHVV Submitted Â by Â Jeffrey Â Leno, Â DRB Â Clerk
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The Starksboro Development Review Board will hold a public hearing on the following application(s) beginning at 7:45PM on October 10, 2013 at the Starksboro Town Office. 1. Application # 2013DRB-Â03-ÂV is request for variance from section 2.3 â€œrequired setbacksâ€? by Eric Denice pursuant to section 4.9. The applicant proposes to construct a 2nd floor addition to his non-Âconforming single-Âfamily home that predates the adoption of Starksboro Zoning. Parcel #F4339W is located at 390 Russell Young Road in the Low Density Residential and Commercial district. This application will be the second (2nd) scheduled item of business on that night. Application #2013DRB-Â03-ÂV is available for review at the Town Office. Interested persons are invited to attend the hearings, or send a representative. Pursuant to 24 VSA Â§ 4464(a)(1)(C) and 4471(a), participation in this local proceeding is a prerequisite to the right to take any subsequent appeal. 9/23 David Wetmore, Administrative Officer
PHH Mortgage Corporation, Plaintiff v. Thomas C. Record, Susan J. Record and Occupants residing at 216 Delong Road, Cornwall, Vermont, Defendants 127,&(2)6$/( By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Thomas C. Record and Susan J. Record to PHH Mortgage Services dated July 31, 2003 and recorded in Volume 57, Page 226 of the Land Records of the Town of Cornwall, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder, for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purposes of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 11:00 A.M. on October 2, 2003, at 216 Delong Road, Cornwall, Vermont all and singular the premises described in said mortgage: To Wit: Being all the same lands and premises conveyed to Thomas C. Record and Susan J. Record by virtue of a Warranty Deed from Dennis A. Packard and Joanne B. Packard dated July 31, 2003 and recorded August 1, 2003 in Volume 57, Page 224 of the Land Records of the Town of Cornwall. Terms of Sale: $10,000.00 to be paid in cash or cashierâ€™s check by purchaser at the time of sale, with the balance due at closing. The sale is subject to taxes due and owing to the Town of Cornwall. The mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale. Other terms to be announced at the sale or inquire at Lobe, Fortin & Rees, 30 Kimball Avenue, Ste. 306, South Burlington, VT 05403, (802) 660-Â9000. This sale may be cancelled at any time prior to the scheduled sale date without prior notice. DATED at South Burlington, Vermont this 5th day of September, 2013. PHH Mortgage Corporation Joshua B. Lobe, Esq., Lobe, Fortin & Rees, PLC 9/9, 16, 23 30 Kimball Ave., Ste. 306 South Burlington, VT 05403
67$7(2)9(50217 683(5,25&2857&,9,/',9,6,21 $GGLVRQ8QLW'RFNHW1R$QFY EVERBANK Plaintiff, v. MICHAEL MCGURL; REBECCA J. MCGURL; Defendants. 127,&(2)6$/( By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Michael McGurl and Rebecca J. McGurl to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Greenpark Mortgage Corporation, dba GPMC dated April 22, 2009 and recorded in Book 74 at Page 96 of the City/Town of New Haven Land Records, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder by Assignment of Mortgage recorded on May 14, 2012 in Book 78 at Page 664, for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 a.m. on October 18, 2013 at 6 Dog Team Road, New Haven, VT 05472 all and singular the premises described in said mortgage, To Wit: Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Michael P. McGurl and Rebecca J. McGurl by Warranty Deed of John Meshna dated May 30, 2007 of record at Book 70, Page 658 of the Town of New Haven Land Records. A parcel of land containing 2.0 acres, more or less, situated on the westerly side of Town Highway No. 36, in the Town of New Haven, and being shown and depicted on a plan of land entitled â€œHelen Norris, Town of New Haven, Addison Countyâ€? prepared by Eugene A. Orvis, dated August 20, 1996, and of record in Map Volume 3, page 4 of the New Haven Land Records. Plaintiff may adjourn this Public Auction one or more times for a total time not exceeding 30 days, without further court order, and without publication or service of a new notice of sale, by announcement of the new sale date to those present at each adjournment. Terms of Sale: $10,000.00 to be paid in cash or by certified check by the purchaser at the time of sale, with the balance due at closing. Proof of financing for the balance of the purchase to be provided at the time of sale. The sale is subject to taxes due and owing to the Town of New Haven. The Mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale. Other terms to be announced at the sale. EverBank, Richard J. Volpe, Esq., Shechtman, Halperin, Savage, LLP, 1080 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860, 877-Â575-Â1400, Attorney for Plaintiff 9-Â16, 23, 30
PAGE Â 34 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â September Â 23, Â 2013
Brandon Â community Â promoter Â Bette Â Moffett Â dead Â at Â 89 By Â LEE Â J. Â KAHRS BRANDON Â â€” Â A Â light Â has Â gone Â out Â in Â Brandon. Â Community Â lover, Â friend Â and Â local Â treasure Â Bette Â Moffett Â died Â at Â home Â on Â Sept. Â 11 Â at Â the Â age Â of Â 89. Â Bette Â inhabited Â the Â idea Â of Â commu-Â nity Â spirit. Â Her Â love Â of Â Brandon Â and Â its Â residents Â was Â boundless, Â as Â evidenced Â by Â her Â tireless Â efforts Â to Â support, Â enhance Â and Â promote Â the Â place Â she Â called Â home Â since Â 1968. Â A Â Service Â of Â Celebration Â to Â honor Â her Â life Â with Â music Â and Â memories Â was Â scheduled Â held Â at Â the Â Brandon Â Inn Â on Â Sunday, Â Sept. Â 22 Â at Â 3 Â p.m. Â Married Â to Â â€œLifeâ€? Â magazine Â editor Â and Â Vermont Â State Â Rep. Â Hugh Â Moffett, Â Bette Â traveled Â the Â world Â with Â her Â husband Â and Â family Â before Â settling Â in Â Brandon. Â Hugh Â Moffett Â died Â in Â 1985 Â at Â the Â age Â of Â 74. Â +HZDVÂżUVWDQHZVSDSHUUHSRUWHU then Â a Â writer, Â national Â affairs Â editor Â and Â assistant Â managing Â editor Â at Â â€œLife.â€? Â His Â accomplishments Â included Â interviews Â with Â Dr. Â Albert Â Schweitzer Â in Â Africa Â and Â Soviet Â leader Â Nikita Â Khrushchev. Bette Â Lou Â Little Â was Â born Â in Â Kingsley, Â Iowa. Â After Â earning Â her Â degree Â from Â the Â University Â of Â Iowa Â she Â moved Â to Â Chicago. Â In Â 1951, Â she Â met Â and Â married Â Moffett, Â started Â a Â family Â and Â moved Â to Â Port Â Washington, Â N.Y., Â on Â Long Â Island. Â She Â had Â two Â sons, Â Mark Â and Â Joe, Â and Â two Â stepchildren, Â Molly Â and Â Tom. Â Hugh Â Moffett Â was Â then Â made Â bureau Â chief Â for Â international Â affairs Â for Â â€œLife,â€? Â and Â the Â family Â moved Â to Â 3DULV IRU ÂżYH \HDUV 7KH\ DOVR WUDY-Â eled Â to Â Africa, Â India, Â the Â then-ÂSoviet Â Union, Â the Â near Â and Â far Â East, Â and Â throughout Â Europe. Â When Â the Â time Â came Â to Â return Â to Â the Â States, Â longtime Â friend Â Dottie Â Kline Â said Â the Â couple Â wrote Â to Â every Â capital Â in Â the Â United Â States. â€œThey Â asked, Â â€œWhat Â does Â your Â
THEN Â NESHOBE Â SCHOOL Â Principal Â John Â Dilts Â with Â Bette Â in Â 2008 Â after Â she Â was Â given Â the Â Vermont Â State Â Board Â of Â Educationâ€™s Â Martha Â H. Â Oâ€™Connor Â Award. File Â photo Â by Â Lee Â Kahrs
state Â have Â to Â offer Â us?â€™ Â Kline Â recalled. Â â€œAnd Â they Â liked Â what Â they Â heard Â from Â Vermont, Â so Â they Â moved Â here.â€? HANDS-ÂON, Â CAN-ÂDO Betteâ€™s Â no-Ânonsense Â pragma-Â tism Â and Â can-Âdo Â attitude, Â combined Â with Â her Â love Â of Â Brandon, Â led Â to Â the Â creation Â or Â enhancement Â of Â a Â host Â of Â civic Â endeavors. Â Her Â love Â of Â education, Â children Â and Â music Â informed Â her Â choices. Â The Â list Â of Â Brandon Â institutions Â that Â began, Â in Â part Â or Â wholly Â in Â Betteâ€™s Â brain, Â are Â numerous, Â impressive Â and Â varied. Â They Â included Â the Â Brandon Â Town Â Band, Â Nifty Â Thrifty Â Thrift Â Shop, Â Aim Â (Academic Â Incentive Â Money), Â Neshobe Â Nurturers Â and Â the Â Brandon Â Debate. Many Â of Â her Â projects Â revolved Â around Â education. Â In Â 2002, Â for Â instance, Â Bette Â and Â Neshobe Â Elementary Â School Â Counselor Â Laurie Â Cox Â inaugurated Â a Â mentor-Â ing Â program Â called Â NOVA Â that Â
67$7(2)9(50217 683(5,25&2857&,9,/',9,6,21 $GGLVRQ8QLW 'RFNHW1R$QFY SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., Plaintiff v. Daniel E. Campagna and Occupants residing at 310 Post Office Hill Road, Granville, VT Defendants 127,&(2)6$/( By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Daniel E. Campagna to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. dated October 7, 2005 and recorded in Volume 36, Page 97, which mortgage was assigned from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. to SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. by an instrument dated July 10, 2011 and recorded on July 25, 2011 in Volume 40, Page 13 of the Land Records of the Town of Granville, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder, for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purposes of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 9:00 A.M. on October 2, 2013, at 310 Post Office Hill Road, Granville, Vermont all and singular the premises described in said mortgage: To Wit: Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Daniel E. Campagna by virtue of a Decree of Distribution from The Estate of Lionel J. Campagna dated August 18, 2000 and recorded September 13, 2000 in Volume 32, Page 72 of the Land Records of the Town of Granville. Terms of Sale: $10,000.00 to be paid in cash or cashierâ€™s check by purchaser at the time of sale, with the balance due at closing. The sale is subject to taxes due and owing to the Town of Granville. The mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale. Other terms to be announced at the sale or inquire at Lobe, Fortin & Rees, 30 Kimball Avenue, Ste. 306, South Burlington, VT 05403, (802) 660-Â9000. This sale may be cancelled at any time prior to the scheduled sale date without prior notice. DATED at South Burlington, Vermont this 5th day of September, 2013. SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., Joshua B. Lobe, Esq., Lobe, Fortin & Rees, PLC 9/9, 16, 23 30 Kimball Ave., Ste. 306 South Burlington, VT 05403
involved Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â students Â mentoring Â Neshobe Â Elementary Â students Â twice Â a Â week. Â The Â program Â grew Â to Â 16 Â pairs Â and Â Gov. Â James Â Douglas Â honored Â the Â founders Â with Â a Â state Â award Â for Â mentoring Â during Â the Â project. Other Â projects Â included Â the Â Neshobe Â Pre-ÂSchool Â Program;Íž Â the Â Neshobe Â Family Â Network, Â where Â children Â play Â in Â a Â structured Â envi-Â ronment Â while Â parents Â attended Â parenting Â classes;Íž Â Everybody Â Wins! Â teaching/mentoring Â program;Íž Â Rotary Â Readers Â Program;Íž Â Neshobe Â School Â and Â RNeSU Â district Â spelling Â bee;Íž Â Rotary Â Club Â Dictionary Â Program;Íž Â the Â Harvest Â Program Â for Â different Â learn-Â ers;Íž Â and Â the Â Books Â On Â Tape Â Program Â for Â blind Â students. In Â May Â 2011, Â Bette Â wrote Â a Â ÂżUVWSHUVRQ FRPSLODWLRQ RI KHU
pet Â projects Â in Â Brandon Â for Â The Â Reporterâ€™s Â Brandon Â 250th Â anni-Â versary Â special Â section. Â Bette Â was Â FRQVLGHUHGVXFKDFHQWUDOÂżJXUHWRWKH town Â that Â she Â got Â her Â own Â page. Â Here Â is Â how Â she Â described Â her Â need Â for Â community Â involvement Â in Â Brandon: â€œYears Â ago, Â I Â applied Â and Â was Â accepted Â in Â the Â Peace Â Corps Â to Â spend Â two Â years Â in Â Niger, Â Africa, Â so Â I Â could Â work Â with Â womenâ€™s Â talents Â and Â use Â my Â French. Â I Â was Â deemed Â too Â great Â D PHGLFDO ULVN DWULDO ÂżEULOODWLRQ VR my Â dream Â was Â dashed. Â I Â decided Â that Â I Â would Â apply Â my Â energy Â to Â â€˜Peace Â &RUSV%UDQGRQÂśDQGÂżQGPRUHZD\V to Â support Â my Â adopted Â hometown Â in Â every Â way Â I Â could. Â Education Â and Â mentoring Â rated Â high Â on Â my Â list Â ... Â If Â my Â â€˜Iâ€™sâ€™ Â seem Â too Â close Â together Â itâ€™s Â because Â I Â have Â cared Â so Â much Â about Â maintaining Â vitality Â for Â Brandon Â
STATE OF VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT CIVIL DIVISION Addison County Unit Docket No. 142-Â6-Â12 Ancv
Â NATIONAL Â BANK Â OF Â MIDDLEBURY, Â Plaintiff Â Â Â Â Â v. Â Â Â Â Â Â TAUSHA Â L. Â STALCUP, Â RICHARD Â D. Â STALCUP, Â PORTFOLIO Â RECOVERY Â ASSOC., Â LLC, Â Defendants. Â Â NOTICE OF SALE By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â Mortgage Â given Â by Â Tausha Â L. Â Stalcup Â and Â Richard Â D. Â Stalcup Â dated Â May Â 23, Â 2007, Â recorded Â at Â Book Â 114, Â Page Â 411 Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Monkton Â Land Â Records, 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 purpose Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â public Â auction Â at Â 2 Â p.m. Â on Â the Â 25th Â day Â of Â October, Â 2013 Â at Â 29 Â Hardscrabble Â Road, Â Monkton, Â Vermont, Â all Â in Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â Mortgage: To Â Wit: Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Tausha Â L. Â Stalcup Â and Â Richard Â D. Â Stalcup Â by Â Quit Â Claim Â Deed Â of Â Tausha Â Stalcup Â dated Â May Â 23, Â 2007, Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 114 Â at Â Page Â 504 Â of Â the Â Monkton Â Land Â Records; Â and Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Addison Â County Â Community Â Trust, Â Inc. Â to Â Richard Â Stalcup Â and Â Tausha Â Stalcup Â dated Â May Â 23, Â 2007 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 114, Â Page Â 510 Â of Â the Â Monkton Â Land Â Records. Â Â Said Â property Â being Â a Â parcel Â of Â land Â located Â at Â 29 Â Hardscrabble Â Road, Â Monkton, Â Vermont. Â Â 7HUPV RI 6DOH 3XUFKDVHU DW WKH VDOH VKDOO SD\ FDVK RU FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV RU SURGXFH D commitment Â letter Â from Â a Â bank Â or Â mortgage Â company Â or Â other Â lender Â licensed Â to Â do Â EXVLQHVVLQWKH6WDWHRI9HUPRQW,QDQ\FDVHDFDVKGHSRVLWFHUWLÂżHGFKHFN or Â bank Â check, Â or Â other Â â€œgood Â fundsâ€? Â at Â sale Â shall Â be Â required, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Monkton. 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 cost Â and Â expenses Â of Â sale. Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â make Â inquiries Â to Â Ebenezer Â Punderson, Â Esq., Â Deppman Â & Â Foley, Â P.C., Â P.O. Â Drawer Â 569, Â 7 Â Washington Â Street, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753, Â 802 Â 388-Â7933. DATED Â AT Â Middlebury, Â Vermont Â this Â 18th Â day Â of Â September, Â 2013. NATIONAL Â BANK Â OF Â MIDDLEBURY By: Â Ebenezer Â Punderson, Â Esq. Â Deppman Â & Â Foley, Â P.C. P.O. Â Drawer Â 569, Â 7 Â Washington Â St., Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753 (802) Â 388-Â7933; Â (802) Â 388-Â9200 Â (fax)
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these Â past Â 42 Â years.â€? Â Bette Â also Â served Â on Â the Â Brandon Â Free Â Public Â Library Â Board Â for Â many Â years. Â She Â also Â served Â on Â the Â board Â of Â the Â Brandon Â Town Â School Â and Â then Â 13 Â years Â on Â the Â Neshobe Â Elementary Â School Â before Â stepping Â down Â in Â 2008. Â That Â same Â year, Â Bette Â received Â the Â Vermont Â Board Â of Â Educationâ€™s Â Martha Â H. Â Oâ€™Connor Â Award. Â The Â annual Â award, Â the Â boardâ€™s Â high-Â est, Â goes Â to Â a Â private Â citizen Â for Â their Â extraordinary Â contributions Â to Â Vermontâ€™s Â school Â children Â and Â their Â education. Â The Â board Â describes Â the Â award Â recipient Â as Â someone Â who Â â€œcelebrates Â the Â achievements Â of Â others, Â does Â not Â claim Â credit Â for Â WKHPVHOYHVUHPDLQVUHVROXWHLQGLIÂż-Â cult Â times, Â demonstrates Â leadership, Â grace, Â and Â humor, Â and Â who Â always Â makes Â children Â a Â priority.â€? Reached Â at Â home Â after Â the Â award Â was Â announced, Â Moffett Â illustrated Â her Â trademark Â modesty. â€œ(Sen.) Â Patrick Â and Â Marcel Â Leahy Â just Â called Â to Â congratulate Â me,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œDonâ€™t Â they Â have Â anything Â better Â to Â do?â€? As Â for Â her Â own Â accomplishments Â being Â recognized, Â Moffett Â said Â she Â is Â not Â special, Â and Â stayed Â involved Â despite Â not Â having Â a Â teaching Â degree. (See Â Moffett, Â next Â page)
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All residents of Addison County are hereby given notice of the annual meeting of Addison County Fair & Field Days, Inc., to be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 7, 2013 at the Weybridge Congregational Church, in Weybridge, Vermont. $*(1'$ I. Welcome and Introduction of Board Members II. Review of 2013 Fair III. Financial Report IV. Audience Comments and Questions V. Election of Board Members and Officers VI. Refreshments will be served Cara N. Mullin, Business Manager 9/9
The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing in the Town Office on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 8:00 p.m., to conduct a site plan review of an application (#13-Â3) from Middlebury College for approval of the construction of a bridge across a tributary of the Middlebury River on its Rikert Nordic Ski Center property on Steam Mill Road (tax map ID# 11-Â01-Â07). The application is available for inspection at the Town Office. Interested parties who wish to appeal or to be heard at the hearing may do so in person, or may be represented by an agent or an attorney. Communications relating to the application may be filed in writing with the Commission either before or during the hearing. N.B.: Participation in the hearing is necessary to establish status as an â€˜interested personâ€™ and the right to appeal decisions rendered in that hearing, according to the provisions of 24 V.S.A. 117 Â§Â§4465(b) and 4471(a). Participation consists of offering, through oral or written testimony, evidence or a statement of concern directly related to the subject of the hearing. Respectfully submitted, 9/23 Warren B. King, Chair
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Moffett (Continued Â from Â previous Â page) decades, Â most Â often Â with Â Kline, Â but Â â€œI Â am Â just Â blown Â away,â€? Â she Â said. Â her Â performing Â days Â ended Â after Â she Â â€œSo Â many Â people Â have Â done Â so Â much. Â KDGKHUÂżUVWVWURNHURXJKO\\HDUV I Â wonder Â what Â people Â are Â thinking, Â ago. Â She Â recovered Â and Â kept Â her Â but Â I Â am Â very, Â very Â humbled Â by Â it Â busy Â schedule, Â albeit Â a Â bit Â slower. Â all Â because Â I Â donâ€™t Â have Â my Â stripes Â Then Â last Â year, Â Bette Â underwent Â in Â education. Â I Â just Â cancer Â surgery Â and Â have Â a Â great, Â great Â suffered Â another Â love Â for Â children. Â I Â â€œI decided that I stroke Â that Â kept Â hope Â their Â curiosity Â her Â at Â Helen Â Porter Â would apply my never Â dies.â€? Rehabilitation Â in Â CENTER Â STAGE energy to â€˜Peace Middlebury Â for Â Bette Â also Â had Â a Â Corps Brandonâ€™ months. Â She Â came Â Ă€DUH IRU WKH VSRW-Â home Â to Â her Â apart-Â DQGĂ€QGPRUH light Â and Â performed Â ment Â next Â to Â the Â in Â the Â Marble Â Valley Â ways to support my Brandon Â Free Â Players Â and Â Night Â adopted hometown Public Â Library Â last Â Fires, Â sang Â in Â innu-Â in every way I fall, Â but Â had Â rarely Â merable Â choral Â been Â seen, Â attended Â p e r f o r m a n c e s , Â could.â€? to Â by Â a Â live-Âin Â hosted Â a Â radio Â â€” Bette Moffett caregiver. show Â on Â WFAD, Â Kline Â said Â she Â and Â organized Â local Â passed Â away Â on Â open Â mike Â readings. Sept. Â 11 Â around Â noon. As Â a Â volunteer Â extraordinaire, Â she Â â€œShe Â took Â everything Â in Â stride,â€? Â received Â the Â Vermont Â Alliance Â for Â Kline Â said. Â â€œI Â have Â always Â said Â that Â Art Â Education Â Award, Â the Â Governorâ€™s Â Bette Â was Â Brandonâ€™s Â greatest Â asset. Â Outstanding Â Community Â Service Â There Â will Â never Â be Â another Â Bette.â€? Award, Â and Â the Â Vermont Â State Â Alpha Â A Â TRIBUTE Â IN Â FILM Lambda Â State Â Outstanding Â Service Â About Â four Â years Â ago, Â Brandon Â Award. UHVLGHQWDQGÂżOPPDNHU-RQ$QGHUVRQ In Â 2011, Â she Â wrote Â the Â memoir Â of Â began Â making Â a Â documentary Â called Â her Â childhood Â titled, Â â€œRoots, Â Shoots Â â€œThe Â Philosophers.â€? Â In Â October Â 2009, Â & Â Wings.â€? $QGHUVRQ ÂżOPHG %HWWH LQ KHU DSDUW-Â But Â it Â was Â her Â love Â of Â music Â and Â ment Â and Â around Â Brandon Â as Â part Â of Â a Â singing Â that Â led Â to Â some Â of Â Betteâ€™s Â sequence Â in Â the Â documentary. Â It Â will Â most Â enduring Â friendships, Â including Â that Â of Â Dottie Â Kline, Â who Â has Â taught Â piano Â to Â hundreds Â of Â students Â in Â the Â Brandon Â area Â since Â moving Â here Â in Â 1978. Bette Â and Â Dottie Â both Â lived Â on Â Park Â Street Â when Â the Â Klines Â moved Â to Â Brandon Â in Â 1978. Â Kline Â said Â they Â hit Â it Â off Â immediately Â once Â Bette Â learned Â that Â Dottie Â taught Â piano Â and Â Dottie Â learned Â that Â Bette Â was Â a Â singer. Â The Â two Â embarked Â on Â what Â would Â become Â a Â 20-Âyear Â road Â show Â of Â local Â musical Â performance, Â playing Â inns Â and Â bookstores Â for Â tour Â groups Â and Â parties. â€œYeah, Â we Â really Â packed Â them Â in,â€? Â Kline Â said. Â â€œAccompaniment Â is Â the Â love Â of Â my Â life, Â and Â Bette Â loved Â to Â be Â front Â and Â center, Â so Â it Â was Â perfect.â€? They Â deposited Â any Â money Â they Â made Â in Â what Â they Â called Â the Â â€œPillar Â 48 Mountain Terrace to Â Postâ€? Â account, Â â€œbecause Â thatâ€™s Â Bristol, VT 05443 0( s FAX 802-453-5898 where Â we Â played,â€? Â Kline Â said. Â â€œhere Â Visit our websites at: to Â there.â€? Â www.wallacere.com Whenever Â they Â had Â a Â few Â hundred Â www.greenbuiltvermont.com dollars Â saved, Â the Â two Â friends Â would Â take Â a Â trip Â into Â New Â York Â City. SINGING Â THROUGH Â HEARTBREAK Despite Â her Â always Â upbeat, Â can-Âdo Â demeanor, Â Bette Â had Â her Â share Â of Â Kelly Claire Tom tragedy, Â none Â greater Â than Â the Â death Â Please Â call Â Kelly, Â Claire, Â or Â Tom of Â her Â teenage Â son, Â Joe, Â in Â 1969. Kline Â said Â it Â was Â not Â long Â after Â the Â family Â moved Â here Â from Â France Â and Â Joe Â was Â a Â senior Â at Â Otter Â Valley. Â He Â was Â playing Â in Â a Â pick-Âup Â baseball Â game Â after Â school Â one Â day Â and Â was Â hit Â in Â the Â heart Â by Â a Â line Â drive. Â He Â never Â recovered. Kline Â said Â she Â was Â told Â a Â celebra-Â tion Â of Â Joe Â Moffettâ€™s Â life Â was Â held Â at Â OV Â shortly Â after Â his Â death. â€œThere Â was Â music Â and Â singing,â€? Â she Â said, Â â€œand Â there Â was Â Bette, Â sing-Â ing Â the Â loudest.â€? Bette Â continued Â singing Â for Â
be Â shown Â at Â the Â memorial Â celebration Â for Â Bette Â on Â Sunday. Â Although Â only Â 3:29 Â minutes Â long, Â Anderson Â captured Â Bette Â in Â her Â environment, Â and Â in Â just Â a Â few Â short Â sentences, Â her Â soulful Â beliefs Â on Â live, Â love Â and Â community. Â In Â the Â HQGKHUZRUGVRQÂżOPKDYHEHFRPH a Â touching Â farewell Â note Â from Â one Â of Â Brandonâ€™s Â most Â beloved Â citizens: â€œI Â am Â very Â high Â on Â life, Â so Â my Â list Â for Â my Â days Â here Â is Â long. Â I Â may Â not Â accomplish Â everything Â on Â my Â list, Â but Â it Â is Â such Â a Â vibrant Â goal Â for Â me Â to Â live Â each Â day Â to Â the Â fullest. Â The Â most Â severe Â test Â I Â had Â was Â the Â death Â of Â our Â son, Â but Â somehow Â it Â felt Â right Â to Â reach Â out Â to Â people Â in Â equal Â pain Â or Â greater Â pain, Â and Â bring Â that Â pain Â into Â your Â life, Â diffusing Â that Â severity, Â reaching Â out, Â being Â present, Â always, Â always Â communicating. â€œCould Â there Â be Â other Â islands Â like Â ours, Â enjoyed Â by Â so Â many? Â We Â have Â created Â an Â honest-Âto-Âgoodness Â community Â here. Â Like Â all Â relation-Â ships, Â it Â requires Â constant Â tending. Â That Â is Â our Â daily Â task. â€œI Â believe Â love Â is Â poetry Â that Â plays Â a Â stealth Â role. Â It Â sneaks Â up Â on Â you. Â Love Â can Â be Â a Â letter, Â a Â phone Â call. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â great-Âgrandchild Â singing Â â€˜Puff Â the Â Magic Â Dragon.â€™ Â Itâ€™s Â a Â tap Â on Â the Â shoulder, Â a Â hug. Â I Â have Â felt Â unworthy Â of Â the Â love Â shown Â me. Â I Â feel Â very Â loved, Â and Â I Â am Â grateful.â€?
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