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Vol. 2 No. 9 •

March 3, 2010

Community News, Sports, Arts, Entertainment and Food for Southern VT and NH

It’s Gilbert & Sullivan Time At MSA!

Text and Photo by Robert F. Smith – Editor

Above, part of the cast in rehearsal for Main Street Arts’ production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers in Saxtons River. Performances begin on March 5. Turn to page 12 for more information. PAGE LISTING Chester . . . . . . . . . .2-4

Rockingham . . . .12-13

Londonderry . . . . . . .5

Sports . . . . . . . . .14-15

A&E . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7

Food . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Brattleboro . . . . . . . .7

Puzzle Page . . . . . . .16

Ludlow . . . . . . . . . .8-9

Classifieds . . . . .17-20

Springfield . . . . .10-11

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March 3-9, 2010

THE GRIST MILLS AND JESSE ADAMS’ 1829-1833 JOURNAL

twenty one years old his age being thirteen years old at the time he began with me. “I am to cloath and school the said William Simpson and to instruct him in the art of mill wright building if said William is capable of being instructed in the buisnes and when the said William is twenty one years of age he is to have two suits of cloths and a set of bench plains and a hand saw. “This bargain was in the presants of Meffsrs John Robinson Bellows Falls, Mr Bundy and Mr Fullam and the boyes father and myself. Jesse W. Adams" To find a written indenture or apprenticeship is one of the rarest artifacts one can find. This indenture is the only one I have ever seem in forty years of collecting and dealing in historic documents.

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Four of the pages from the 1829-1833 journal of millwright Jesse Adams. At top, the design and layout of a mill wheel, and below, the pages where he takes on a 13 year old apprentice, William Simpson.

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Submitted by Ron Patch Photos by Robert F. Smith – Editor In the early days here in New England, owners, operators and builders of grist mills were the most important people in town. Perhaps the biggest example of their importance was in their tax exemptions. Until about 1830 the residents of Vermont were assessed a tax on many of their personal belongings. Examples: horses two years old $4; horses three years old $8; standard pocket watch $5; gold pocket watches $10; house clocks $10; cattle, oxen and carriages were also assessed at similar figures. These various assessments were taxed at a rate of five to six percent and paid yearly. Millwrights were also exempt from many of these taxes, including by state law "exempt from paying tolls on turnpikes." The early millwrights traveled 25-35 miles applying their trade in new towns and villages springing up in even the most remote sites so freedom of movement was crucial. A ledger belonging to and kept by Jesse W. Adams offers a rare insight of his business from 1829 to 1833. An 1827 document exists addressed to Adams and written by Jesse Stedman of Chester. Stedman is tutoring Adams using advanced algebra and trigonometry along with drawings of the mill components. Adams spent the years 1829 and 1830 in Springfield further learning his trade. By 1831 Adams was applying his skills in Rockingham. Below is arguably the most interesting entry, complete with the original spelling: "Rockingham January the 18 1833 this day William Simpson began work for Jesse W. Adams til he is

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Misty Valley Books Hosts Alternative Power Experts Snyder & Bonta

Above, the Hudkins house in Chester, a solar, wind and wood powered offgrid house that is featured in The New Solar Home by Stephen Snyder and David Bonta. biodiesel distribution company. He serves on the board of the Vermont Biofuels Association and as President of the Sustainable Valley Group based in Springfield.

News & Notes for the Chester Region will run on the Weston Playhouse MainStage from Extrasolar Planet Search – From Home! July 15 through 31.

The effort to search for extrasolar planets has broadened and deepened. It now enjoys the assistance of amateur astronomers (aka "unpaid astronomers"), students and lay observers. The Southern Vermont Astronomy Group will hold its monthly meeting at the Whiting Library in Chester, on Tuesday, March 9 at 7 p.m. SoVerA President, Claudio Veliz, will describe how researchers and amateurs are working together to find these compelling objects including a hands-on demonstration of how one particular instrument may be used with one's backyard telescope to detect these objects. Visit http://sovera.org/events/ for a poster of the event. For questions or comments contact Veliz at 8756464.

Stage Door Series Presents Avenue Q The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company’s Stage Door Series continues on Saturday, March 13 at 8 p.m. at Chester ’s Stone Hearth Inn with an evening of songs and insights from Avenue Q, a Vermont premiere to be performed this summer by the Weston Playhouse Theatre Company. Join Music Director Rob Meffe, Broadway cast member Sharon Wheatley and WPTC Producing Director Tim Fort in learning more about this envelope-pushing adult Broadway hit through songs and stories. Chester's Misty Valley Books will sell CD soundtracks of the hilarious musical comedy. The event is sponsored by The Stone Hearth Inn and Misty Valley Books and is not suitable for children. Call 824-5288 for reservations. There is a $7 cover charge and seating is limited. Created by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, AvenueQ

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“The days of building cookie-cutter McMansions are over, and the era of thinking about the real cost of a house has begun,” Bill McKibben, author of Deep Economy, said of Bonta’s first book, New Green Home Solutions, “And this is the guide to doing it with enormous elegance, real frugality, and a commitment to the health of the world beyond your walls.” A book signing and reception will follow Snyder ’s and Bonta’s remarks at the bookstore, which is on the Green in Chester, next to the Fullerton Inn. For more information call Misty Valley Books at 875-3400 or visit www.mvbooks.com.

Gassetts Grange Breakfast & Dance Night Gassetts Grange is having their monthly Breakfast for the community Sat. the 6th of March. It will be 89:30 a.m. at the Grange Hall North of Chester at the Route 10 junction. That same night is our squaredance 7-11 p.m. also at the Grange Hall. Music by Green Mtn. Express and Friends and caller is Arnold Stoddard. For more information call Dave at 875-2637.

Chester Andover Family Center $1 Sale Come to Chester Andover Family Center $1 clothing bag sale beginning March 6 and continuing through the month to make room for spring and summer merchandise. Our Food Shelf continues to be in need of food donations and clothing and household items for the Thrift Shop are most welcome as well as cash donations. When in the area, please stop by and check out our latest merchandise. We are located at 656 Depot Street, Chester, our telephone is 875-3236, our new mailing address is P. O. Box 302, Chester, VT 05143, and we now have email cafc302@gmail.com Our regular hours are Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday, 2 to 8 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. As a reminder, shopping at Shaw’s Market on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday can help our Center. Just go online to Shaw’s and designate through the Shaw’s Reward Program that a percentage of your purchase be given to ChesterAndover Family Center; our ID number is 49001021071. Thanks for helping support the Center.

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Submitted by Misty Valley Books Photo by Robert F. Smith – Editor Beautiful solar homes in a variety of settings will be the topic on Sunday, March 7 at 4 p.m. at Misty Valley Books in Chester, with authors and solar experts Stephen Snyder and David Bonta. Authors of The New Solar Home, Snyder and Bonta live in Perkinsville and are involved with USA Solar Store, the largest renewable energy retailer in the Northeast, Bonta as founder and president and Snyder as communications director. Their recent book, written together, The New Solar Home, features a variety of solar dwellings of different sizes and locales, from 1,600 to 4,000 square feet or more, and in large cities, suburbs, and remote rural sites. From an umbrella home in California and a luxury condominium in New York to a Chicago brownstone and a pueblo-style home in the foothills of Santa Fe – all described in the handsomely illustrated book - solar homes have come a long way from the panel-clad creations of the 1980s. Authors Bonta and Snyder illustrate homes that are groundbreaking not only in their use of renewable energy but also in their commitment to recycling and repurposing construction materials and reducing the impact on the environment through sensitive building methods. With details on why these homeowners decided to go solar and how having a solar home can save money in the long run, the book inspires homeowners to create or remodel their own solar dwellings. Snyder left New York City in 1995 to start an organic herb farm in Vermont with his wife Melissa. He is also a freelance writer and is the author of The Brewmaster’s Bible and other titles. Bonta is developer of the USA Solar Store licensing program, a program to set up retail chain stores whose mission is to make conservation and renewable energy products and systems more available to a growing market. Since 2001 he has helped launch 15 successful solar stores. He was one of the founders of Vermont's first

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Chieftains Fall In First Round Of Tournament

Story and photos by Joe Milliken, Sports Editor After finishing the regular season at 9-11, the upstart Green Mountain Union High school boys’ basketball team surprisingly found themselves hosting a home playoff game against Enosburg, who despite having a worse record at 6-14, plays a much tougher regular season than the Chiefs. And it showed, as the visiting Hornets jumped out to impressive 14-0 and 186 leads before running away to a 70-36 win at Nason Gym in Chester. Despite the loss, however, Green Mountain coach Stretch Gillam was still proud of his kids. "I am as proud of these kids as I have been of any team I have ever coached," coach Gillam said during pre-game warm ups. "They have worked extremely hard all year and they don't give up.” With a comfortable lead, the Hornets would sit down their starters for the fourth quarter, cruising to a 70-36 win. Enosburg big man 9 in the paint, Wayne Honaker, would lead all scorers, despite sitting the entire fourth quarter, with 18 points and a dozen rebounds, while Jordan St. Pierre added 15 points. Ian Furrer led the way for the Chiefs with 10 points, while Jason Albert and Jacob Walker pitched in with seven points each. For complete game coverage and additional photos turn to page 14. Clockwise from upper right, Green Mountain junior Mike Cavacas drives base line, Chieftain Chris Ditzler floats a scoop-shot in the lane and junior Jason Albert looks to make a pass over a defender.

GMUHS’ Outstanding Musicians

Green Mountain Union High School in Chester is pleased to announce the selection of the following students in the Vermont All-State Music Festival, and the New England Music Festival, after successful auditions: Vermont All-State Music Festival-Rutland, May 6-8, Georgia Ladd-Alto-Chorus, Jyoti Knisely-Flute-Orchestra, and Michael Durgin-TrumpetOrchestra. Michael and Jyoti both received the highest scores in the state on their respective instruments. New England Music Festival-Burlington, CT March 18-20, Jyoti Knisely-Flute-Band, and Michael Durgin-Trumpet-Orchestra We congratulate these three seniors in their final State Music Festivals. From left, Michael Durgin, Jyoti Knisely and Georgia Ladd.

Chester Business Council Discusses 2011 Bridge Closings & More at Meeting The Chester Business Council meeting of Jan. 26 was a lively discussion about the impact of t h e 2 0 11 b r i d g e c l o s u re s o n C h e s t e r b u s i n e s s e s . To p i c s o f d i s c u s s i o n i n c l u d e d o p t i o n s t o o ff s e t the impact including brochures and websites enhancing the image of Chester as a destination a n d i n f o r m i n g v i s i t o r s o f a l t e r n a t e ro u t e s i n t o the heart of town. Also discussed were marketing options to inform the community about the impact of the bridge closure and possible associations with other towns to e n h a n c e a t t r a c t i o n t o o u r a re a . Also presented was the idea of a possible “ B r a n d i n g ” c a m p a i g n p r o m o t i n g C h e s t e r, "Chester is the hub of Southern VT" and what that would mean in regards to a marketing campaign; town banners, American flags in a p p ro p r i a t e m o n t h s , f l o r a l b e a u t i f i c a t i o n o n t h e g re e n a n d o n b r i d g e s ( f l o w e r b o x e s ) t o b r i n g visual unity to the town and to enhance community involvement. Also discussed was the idea of having an active itinerary of Festivals and Events year ro u n d , i n c o r p o r a t i n g t h e w o n d e r f u l e v e n t s t h a t are currently a part of Chester ’s charm and a d d i n g e v e n t s t o t h e a f o re m e n t i o n e d b ro c h u re . A l l C h e s t e r b u s i n e s s e s a re e n c o u r a g e d t o j o i n the Chester Business Council and add their voice and ideas to a vital group of people committed to seeing Chester businesses and community succeed while retaining the a m b i a n c e t h a t m a k e s a l l o f t h e t o w n ’ s re s i d e n t s h a p p y t o l i v e h e re ! C B C o rg a n i z e r, M i c h a e l A l o n , i s t h e o w n e r a n d d i re c t o r ( w i t h h i s w i f e J e s s i e A l o n ) o f D e v a l l i a Arts and Accents on the Common in the heart of C h e s t e r. M i c h a e l i s a m e m b e r o f t h e O k e m o Va l l e y C h a m b e r o f C o m m e rc e a n d i s c o m m i t t e d to assisting the Chester business community create a sustainable atmosphere in which to work and live. The next meeting of the Chester Business Council will be held at the Fullerton Inn on M a rc h 2 a t 6 p . m . F o r m o re i n f o r m a t i o n c o n t a c t D e v a l l i a a t 8 7 5 1203.


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News & Notes for the Londonderry Region

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35th Annual Boy Scout Weekend at Bromley

Free Tax Assistance with Tax-Aide Free tax assistance is available through the AARP TAX-AIDE Program. It is open to everyone without exception but has a special interest in helping low to middle income persons and those aged 60 and over. Trained counselors will be available at Neighborhood Connections every Wednesday through April 14 from 9 a.m. to noon with arrangements possible for evenings and Saturdays. Appointments can be made be calling Neighborhood Connections at 824-4343.

Black and Blue Bash Event & Raffle Stratton Foundation is once again planning a notto-be-missed community fundraising event. The Black and Blue Bash will be held at Stratton Mountain on Saturday, March 27 from 7-11 p.m. Traditionally a sell-out, those wanting to attend should be sure to purchase their tickets now.There is a silent auction, dinner and dancing with Doc Scanlon’s Rhythm Boys. There is also a raffle available for everyone whether they attend or not. The prizes include two Golf Value Passes to the Stratton Mountain Country Club, one Stratton Mountain Winter Value Pass, and one Sony Reader Touch Edition. Raffle tickets are only $5 each or 5 for $20. For complete details visit www.strattonfoundation.org or call 297-2096.

Cancer Survivor Nominations Sought The Susan G. Komen Vermont-New Hampshire Race for the Cure is seeking nominations for the cancer Survivor of the Year Award. The award is designed to honor a breast cancer survivor who has celebrated at least two anniversaries of her/his original breast cancer diagnosis, has faced the challenges of the disease and turned them into personal triumphs. Letters of nomination should be sent to the Komen VT-NH Race for the Cure, PO Box 2496, Manchester Center, VT 05255. Letters of nomination must be accompanied by two additional letters of support. Nominations must be received by June 15.

Above from left, winning Scout snowboarder, Erik Bagley, from Burlington, CT, Bromley President Rich Wiseman, Scout Leader Ed Knight, and winning Scout skier, Anthony Dimare from Hopkinton, MA. Recently, Bromley Mountain Resort held its 35th snowboarder Erik Bagley from Burlington, Annual Boy Scout Weekend, the largest and oldest Connecticut. Each winner was awarded a 2010-2011 Scouting event of its kind in the country. Somewhere Bromley season pass. Bromley would like to thank all of the Scouts who between 600 and 700 scouts from all over New England – they sleep in church basements and school participated in the weekend’s activities and extends gyms, eat in school cafeterias, and so on – converged a very special thanks to all of the parents and Scout on the mountain for three days of full-blown downhill Leaders who made it all possible. Check out all of Bromley’s special events and fun, culminating with a ski and snowboard race. This year ’s races – held on West Meadow, a “More money saving deals at www.bromley.com or give Difficult” trail – were won by scout skier Anthony them a call at 824-5522. Bromley Mountain is located Dimare of Hopkinton, Massachusetts and on Route 11, 6 miles east of Manchester.

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wheel. During the course of the week students made hundreds of decorated mugs, plates and bowls. These will be glazed and fired over the next few weeks. While many will go home with students, a number will also be donated to the Empty Bowls, a fundraiser for Vermont families in need of food in these difficult times. Art teacher Casey Junker Bailey, along with the students and staff at Flood Brook, wish to thank The Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester and The Green Mountain Festival Series in Chester for the generous matching grants that made this residency possible.

FBSAC Thanks Holiday Bazaar Donators The Flood Brook Student Activities Cooperative (FBSAC) gratefully acknowledges the following businesses and individuals for donations made to the Silent Auction at the Holiday Bazaar in December. Alexander's Tae Kwon Do, American Hairlines, Amy Hamblett, Ann & Rob Hausslein, Ann Spencer, Anonymous (2), Arleen Sheen, Bev Foster, Bob's Diner, Brandy Hill, Bromley, Brown Enterprise, Candeleros, Carol Taber, Chittenden Bank, Christos, Clark's IGA, Dana McNair, Deb Mach, DeCells, Denise Peniston, Dennis Gallagher, Do's for Dogs, EMS, Flood Brook Office Staff, Flying Cow Signs, Fran Tobia, Friends of the Sun, Garden Cafe & Gallery, Gifted Nails, Grandma Kluz, Grandma Miller's, Green Door Spa, Green Mtn Goodies, Green Mtn Pharmacy, Green Mtn Vet Clinic, Greene Pottery, Heinel's, Heritage Family Credit Union, Holly Rappahan, Inn at Weston, Jamaica Cottage Shop, Jane MacKugler, Jenn Repinski, Johnny Seesaw's, Juli & Peter Christy,Karol Allen, Kate Wright, Kathy Schoemer, Lily Pulitzer, Lisa & Jeff Yrsha, Londonderry Coiffures, Londonderry Hardware, Londonderry Inn, Main St Hare Salon, Manchester Pizza House, Manchester Sports, Manchester Woodcraft, Mary Stone, Mike & Tammy's Market, Mother Myrick's, Mountain Goat, New American Grill, Norse House, Northshire Book Store, Okemo, Okkonen Pottery, Panda Garden, The Perfect Wife, Peruvian Connection, Pets Etc., Podium, Price Chopper, R K Miles, Real Sports, Riley Rink, Sandra Collins, Sara Lavallee, Scott Repinski, Shaw's, Stoddard's, Stratton, Sue Wilder, Sushi Boat, Swiss Inn, Taylor Farm, The Collaborative, The Lighting Place, Tony's Pizza, Vermont Bird Place, Viking Nordic, Vermont Kitchen Supply, Vermont Mountain Adventures, Wanda Mauti, Waterwheel House Quilt Shop, West River Tennis, Weston Marketplace, Weston Playhouse, Weston Village Christmas Shop, Weston Village Store.

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March 3-9, 2010

Legends Of Rock & Blues Invade Keene’s Colonial Theatre Story and photo by Joe Milliken - Editor Jim Belushi photo by William Worbell A storm swept through Keene, NH last Saturday night and we're not talking more snow here. We're talkin' the blues, as in the Legends of Rock-N-Blues road show, which swept into town with a monster

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Where Has Rock & Roll Gone? As anyone who has read my A&E writing over the last decade in the old Message for the Week or here in the Outlook knows, I've always focused on either local musicians or on that second tier of performers referred to as Indies, Roots, Americana, alternative or Under the Radar. Quite frankly, it's simply where the best musicians and songwriters are making the consistently most authentic music, with the bonus that a lot of the players can easily be heard at area venues. Music is always changing, and change keeps things interesting and exciting. What has made rock and Indies and Roots music interesting and exciting for a long time? The beat and rhythm, the drive of the melody, with guitar and drums the essential elements. The look. Rock has long been about leather and denim, hats, jackets, rings, necklaces, scarves and kick-ass boots. You want some flash and attitude, because it's not just art, it's also entertainment. But above all, it's been about story. On all levels, great songwriters - Dylan, Springsteen, Neil Young, Johnny Cash, Robert Johnson, Richard Shindell, Jack White and a thousand others - have given us a good story well told. It's hard to find a lot of that in much of the up and coming Indies music. Musically, so much of what I hear coming along is Roots-

line-up including the James Montgomery Blues Band as the house band, if you will, that also featured David Hull (Joe Perry Project/Farrenheit) and The Uptown Horns. The line up of special guests performing on this night also included guitarist Brad Whitford of Aerosmith, guitarist Barry Goudreau of Boston, percussionist Michael Carabello of Santana and guitarist Johnny A. Even Brad Whitford's buddingguitarist son Graham came along for the ride. Needless to say, a stellar group of artists that made for an extraordinary night of rockin' rhythm and blues. Legendary front man Montgomery (who also doubled as MC and blues storyteller for the night) and his blues band kicked things off with a couple good time bluesy numbers including “Goodtime Charlie,” “Sweet 16” and their own “Intoxicated,” before first guest Johnny A hit the stage and really got things cookin' with a couple of blistering solos over the top of the thick, five-string bass bottom end of Hull. Then, Carabello and Goudreau stepped out next, with each reeling off his own distinctive solo before the legendary Whitford came on to rip through a couple of his own blues-infused solos. Finally with full arsenal onstage, the band broke into a rollicking version of the Rolling Stones' "Miss You”. Then the grand entrance of one Jim Belushi, catapulting onto the stage and in rare, Blues Brother-boogie form, belting out the blues standards “Sweet Home Chicago”, "Hey Bartender", "Messin' With The Kid" and "I Ain't Got You", before sliding into another blues standard (also made infamous by Aerosmith) with "Big 10 Inch Record." The all-star lineup then closed out the show with "Baby, Please Don’t Go" and “Who Do You Love” sending the crowd home and into the cold winter night with warm smiles on their faces. lite, full of ambience and even sensuality, strong in mood but a little bland and lacking in muscularity. I miss a little growl in the vocal, or some blues and distortion in a guitar solo. Trust me, I'm not asking for the return of the extended, self-serving shredding guitar solo. Let it RIP. Just maybe a little gritty guitar work in a minor pentatonic? And the look? Flipping through the latest issues of Paste and Under the Radar magazines, the current look for an alt band is just, well, boring. Bed head hair, two-day beards, tshirts or button down shirts, argyle and pullover sweaters, and tie up dress shoes or sneakers. How is it that hipster slacker chic looks like your un-hip, nerdy dad before he shaves and showers? I mean, even Wilco's touring in Nudie suits, and Dylan's band works that vintage hats, jackets and boots thing. I like my rock stars, even the under radar ones, to look like, well, rock stars. As far as the great storytelling song writing tradition, Roots Rock performers seem to have gladly inherited that and are running with it for all they're worth. But the rest of the Indies scene? I like a "my heart is broken and am I depressed" song as well as the next person, it's just that I also want the story of who broke your heart and why. Don't get me wrong, I love some of the changes in the Indies scene. Vocal harmonies with performers like Grizzly

Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford jammin’ some blues at the Legends of Rock-N-Blues show in Keene. (Joe Milliken photo) Bear, Imogen Heap, Rusty Belle, Yeasayer and Taken by Trees are probably at an all time high. The diverse instrumentation is also a big plus. Aband no longer means guitars, bass and drums, and I've long felt that the cello should be a lead rock instrument and not just for backing up ballads. Perhaps the biggest change made by Indies music is that the guitar is no longer the dominant instrument in the way it was from the 50s on. Not a bad thing. It's just that I'm looking for where that rock and roll edge went. Lucero is one group that has maintained it's roots and punk sensibilities - it would be almost impossible for them not to, what with Ben Nichol's whisky-raw vocals and song writing in the genuine storytelling tradition. I'm open to suggestions. Know of any other up and coming Indies bands like that giving the Under the Radar scene a little needed kick in the ass?

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Chester’s Green Mountain Festival Series Welcomes Home Former Student & Pianist Ignat Solzhenitsyn Green Mountain Festival Series continues its 25th Season as it welcomes home Ignat Solzhenitsyn on Saturday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Green Mountain Union High School in Chester. Recognized as one of today’s most gifted artists, and enjoying an active career as both conductor and pianist, Solzhenitsyn’s lyrical and poignant interpretations have won him critical acclaim throughout the world. “It's always a pleasure to return home to Vermont, but especially to my old high school, Green Mountain, site of many vivid memories,” said Solzhenitsyn. “I am looking forward to bringing marvelous Schubert sonatas to share with old friends and new.”

In his sixth season as Music Director of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Solzhenitsyn also serves as Principal Guest Conductor of the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and on the piano faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music. He has been featured on many radio and television specials, including CBS Sunday Morning and ABC’s Nightline. The Annual GMFS Silent Auction which benefits the Arts-In-Education programs will be held during this event. Many local businesses will be highlighted such as the Stone Hearth Inn and Tavern, Von Bargen’s Jewelers, Okemo Mountain Resort, Heritage Deli, Singleton’s and many others. Performances are made possible by donations from

our underwriters which allow all profits from our shows to supplement Art and Music programs in our schools. As a past student, Solzhenitsyn benefited from the many programs in the Chester area schools. We wish to thank the underwriters, Dakin & Benilli, Grand Lodge of Vermont and Chittenden Bank. Tickets are $20 for adults and seniors, and $10 for students when purchased in advance, or an additional $2 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Misty Valley Books, Chester; Village Square Books, Bellows Falls; 56 Main Street, Springfield; Blue Sky Trading Company, Ludlow; Northshire Bookstore, Manchester, and Green Mountain Pharmacy, Londonderry.

Southern Vermont Arts & Entertainment In Brief Members Reunite for Moyse 100th The orchestra of the New England Bach Festival was carefully chosen by Blanche Moyse for their dedication to joyful excellence and contained some of the most brilliant players from across the country. Seventeen members of that orchestra reunite to celebrate the 100th birthday of Mme. Moyse on Sunday, March 7 at 3 p.m. at the Latchis Theatre in downtown Brattleboro. Tickets ($30, $20, $10) can be purchased by calling the Brattleboro Music Center at 802-257-4523 or by visiting www.bmcvt.org. A reception will follow immediately after the concert at Windham Wines (adjacent to Latchis Theatre). After-Party tickets are $45 for all-inclusive hors d'oeuvre and beverages. Reservations encouraged.

World & Fiddle Music at Hooker-Dunham Twilight Music presents an evening of original folk, Indie world rock and old-time fiddle tunes with Vermont trio, Wooden Dinosaur (Katie Trautz, Michael and Frank Roberts), and Montreal/New York duo, Hudost (Moksha Sommer, Jemal Wade Hines), at Hooker-Dunham Theater & Gallery on Friday, March 5 at 8 p.m. The theater is located at 139 Main Street in downtown Brattleboro. Tickets are $12. For ticket reservations and information, call 254-9276. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/woodendinosaur, www.hudost.com, www.twilightmusic.org and www.hookerdunham.org.

VSO Spring Concert in Rutland The Vermont Symphony Orchestra welcomes Spring this season with “Simple Gifts,” an exciting 75th anniversary concert in Rutland, featuring world renowned violinist and VSO Music Director, Jaime

Laredo and cellist Sharon Robinson with conductor, Sarah Hicks, on the podium. The concert, the third in the Sunday Matinee Series, will be held Sunday, March 21, at 4 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre with a program of works by Mozart, Richard Danielpour, De Falla, Delius and Aaron Copland’s beloved Suite from Appalachian Spring. A free pre-concert discussion, “Musically Speaking,” moderated by Jim Lowe will be held at 3 p.m., free for members of the audience. Single tickets range from $9 for students to $29, available in person and online from the Paramount Theatre Box Office at 775-0903, or www.ParamountTickets.org.

SVAC Seeks Middle & High School Artists The Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester is seeking entries for “Vermont Artists, Past and Future”, a statewide art contest for middle and high school students in Vermont. Over $5,000 in scholarship grants will be awarded to first through third place winners in painting, sculpture and photography. An exhibition of work by the 100 finalists will be on view with outstanding examples from the Arts Center ’s permanent collection in the Wilson Museum at the Arts Center from May 22 - June 23. Finalists will be notified by May 7. Framed two-dimensional art will be a maximum of 30”x30” x 4”; unframed two dimensional arts will be a maximum of 26” x 26” x 4”. Electronic entries will be accepted through April 9 at 5 p.m. There is no fee to enter. An electronic submission form and additional information is available at www.svac.org/student_art.html or by telephoning 362-1405.

Submit Art for Juried Show at Stone Church Stone Church Arts announces the first Paintings Juried Invitational Show in the Chapel Gallery at Immanuel Episcopal Church on Church Street in Bellows Falls. The deadline is March 12 with a show from March 19 to April 30. Submit work in person along with description(s) of the work, a brief biography and a fee of $10 per piece. Up to 25 pieces will be chosen for the show. Juried “Best in Show” receives a $100 gift certificate and “Runner Ups” receive $25 gift certificates to Zephyr Designs in Brattleboro. For more information call 463-3100 or visit www.immanuelepiscopal.org

VAULT Seeks Artists & Crafters VAULT (Visual Art Using Local Talent) is pleased to announce the first exhibit of the 2010 Open Wall season. The Open Wall supports VAULT’s mission to encourage community arts by inviting all artists and crafters in the Springfield area to display and sell their work in a non-juried setting. “The value of the Open Wall in the over all mission of the VAULT is significant.” said Diane Whittier, coordinator of the program. “We also believe it’s a program unique among galleries.” Drop off times at the gallery will be Thursday March 4 from 5-7 p.m. and Friday March 5 from 11am to 1pm. All works must be framed, ready to hang or otherwise display. This first exhibit, with the suggested theme of “Land’s End”, begins on Friday March 12 and will end on Thursday May 6. Stop by the VAULT at 68 Main Street Springfield. For more information, please call the gallery at 885-7111 or visit our website at www.galleryvault.org.

News, Notes, Announcements & Calendar of Events for the Brattleboro Area Wednesdays lecture series and takes place at 7:00 available for any Vermont resident enrolled in this Green MT Outing Club March Events program. p.m.

Enjoy some invigorating cross-country and backcountry ski outings with the Brattleboro section of the Green Mountain Club. Everyone is invited to participate including newcomers and non-members. Skiers should wear warm clothing, bring a lunch and water, and be prepared for weather changes. Trips vary in level of difficulty. Call the leader for information and directions; for additional upcoming outings, see www.brattleborogmc.com. The Green Mountain Club is a nonprofit organization that maintains hiking trails and promotes environmental conservation and outdoor recreation in Vermont. Saturday, March 6 – Cross-country and backcountry ski at Prospect Mountain, a small defunct alpine ski area in Woodford which now offers groomed cross country skiing. Leaders: Joe and Grace Powers, 275-2335. Saturday – Sunday March 13 – 14 – Enjoy backcountry skiing and snowshoeing with an optional overnight stay at a heated cabin at Merck Forest and Farmland Center in Rupert. Information: call leader at 348-7158.

Ken Burns at Latchis Theatre Acclaimed PBS filmmaker Ken Burns will discuss his latest project, a history of the national parks, in a talk at Latchis Theatre in Brattleboro on March 3. His talk, “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea,” is part of the Vermont Humanities Council’s First

For more information, contact Brooks Memorial Library at 254-5290 or contact the Vermont Humanities Council at 262-2626 or info@vermonthumanities.org, or visit www.vermonthumanities.org.

PNI & Quit Smoking Programs at GCH Grace Cottage Hospital will host a psycho-neuroimmunology (PNI) workshop on six Wednesdays, 6:30-8 p.m. beginning March 3. Come and learn how to tap in to the healing power of your own mind through lectures, movement arts, and discussion. PNI, also known as the “mind-body connection,” explores the interactions between behavior and the nervous and immune systems, and how these interactions affect health and prevent illness. The cost is $60 for the six-week series. The classes will be held in the Grace Cottage Community Wellness Center ’s Holt Conference Room. To register, call 365-3649. GCH will host “Your Quit. Your Way,” a free sixweek tobacco cessation class, on six Mondays, March 1 to April 5, from 5-6:30 p.m., in the hospital’s Community Wellness Center, 133 Grafton Road (Route 35), in Townshend. Those who have tried to quit but are still smoking are particularly encouraged to enroll in this program. Free nicotine replacement products are

Call the Grace Cottage Wellness Program, 3653649, to register or for more information. A free “Tobacco-Free Support Group” meets weekly at Grace Cottage on Thursday evenings, 5-6 p.m., in the Community Wellness Center. The weekly meetings are informal and relaxed, and all are welcome, whether they’ve quit or not. For information about the support group call 365-7357 ext. 182.

Community Conversation in Brattleboro Post Oil Solutions will continue its 2nd Wednesday of the month Community Conversations on Wednesday, March 10 at 7 p.m., at the Elliot Street Cafe, corner of Elm and Elliot Streets, in Brattleboro. We are inviting people to a facilitated conversation around the question: How do we work together to make our communities healthier and more sustainable? We want to hear your ideas around food, energy, transportation, health care, housing, the local economy and so forth, as well as how these ideas can be turned into action plans. Groups that were initiated earlier will also be provided ample time to continue meeting, and forming their next steps, while new groups will be encouraged to form and meet as interests dictate. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information call 869-2141 or info@postoilsolutions.org.


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PHAT Celebrates Ski Safety Week

On Phat Tuesday, Okemo representatives Dave Martin and Jeff Alexander presented a phat check for $1,600 to program coordinators Karen Williams and Rick Wiesel. Just in time for Mardi Gras, Okemo Mountain Safety Week to the Vermont Children’s Hospital. On Phat Tuesday, Okemo representatives Dave Resort in Ludlow celebrated its own version of Fat Tuesday with a little help from Vermont’s PHAT team Martin and Jeff Alexander presented a phat check for $1,600 to program coordinators Karen Williams and (Protect Your Head at All Times). The Vermont Snow Sports Research Team, a Rick Wiesel. In a unified gesture of support for PHAT, partnership of Vermont Children's Hospital at everyone wore helmets during the check presentaFletcher Allen Health Care and the University of tion. In addition to education, PHAT’s project includes Vermont College of Medicine was on location to help educate skiers and riders about helmet use. Over the observations of skiers and riders to track data about past several years, this team has been focused on helmet use. Their work has been presented at medical developing a program to prevent serious head conferences, accepted for publication in medical injuries by increasing voluntary ski helmet use among journals and has been extensively covered by news media nationwide. The program’s presence at a resort children and adults. The team of physicians and health care providers is includes posters, distribution of brochures, an headed by Robert Williams, M.D., pediatric anesthe- exhibit, stickers and prizes. The program is nonsiologist and critical care specialist at Vermont coercive and designed to promote helmet use, and Children's Hospital at Fletcher Allen Health Care. skiing and snowboarding, as a healthy lifestyle. Visit PHAT did several drawings for a free helmet www.skihelmetsafety.org for more information. The National Ski Areas Association named Okemo throughout the day and a Mardi Gras bead hunt on the slopes rewarded skiers and riders with fun prize Mountain Resort winner of the Best Helmet Safety Program in its 2009 Heads Up National Ski Area packages. During Okemo’s recent celebration of National Safety Awards. Each winter season, the awards Safety Week, representatives from PHAT were on recognize those resorts that have done an outstanding hand to speak with guests. Okemo’s Snowsports job of educating employees and guests about skiing Shop, in concert with helmet manufacturers, donated and snowboarding responsibly. “Safety First” is a a portion of sales from every helmet sold during mantra for Okemo staff members all year long, but it is during the annual NSAA Safety Awareness Week, in January, that Okemo turns its commitment to safety AN into a full-blown, award-winning event. For more information visit www.nsaa.org., www.okemo.com or call 228-1600.

Okemo Corner – Don’t Forget Marketing! Submitted by Marji Graf – Okemo Chamber Director During tough economic times, marketing your business is more important than ever. Unfortunately, many business owners cut back on marketing and advertising during difficult periods due to an understandable cash-flow problem. This is the biggest business mistake a business owner can make. Business owners who cut back on marketing will not only fail to reach new customers, but they will also fail to reach existing customers, thus losing current market share once the economic climate begins to recover. Once a consumer has money to spend, they’ll go to the first place they can find. And if you weren’t marketing, they won’t know you even exist! Every day you neglect to market what your business offers is simply throwing money away. Marketing is an essential, crucial and necessary part of every business plan. It’s also important to belong to a business association, like your Chamber of Commerce. Together, we will get through these tough times. We will do business with each other, refer business to one another, and come up with great ways to attract visitors and customers to our Okemo Valley. Our Chamber is always busy trying new programs and looking for ways to improve our members business. So, join us and network with people such as yourself trying to make their business as successful as possible. We hope you can join us on Wednesday, March 10 at Hawk Inn and Mountain Resort for email marketing training with Constant Contact. Program begins at 5:30 p.m. Free for Chamber members, $35 non-members.

Cavendish Green Mountain Snow Fleas The Cavendish Green Mountain Snow Fleas Snowmobile Club group ride to Steve Turco’s camp on Hawks Mountain has been postponed to Saturday, March 13. Club members will meet at the club’s Cook Shack at 10 a.m. Bring food and beverages. There will be a grill available. The 65 mile Tri-Valley Poker Run sponsored by the Mount Holly Snow Drifters, Ludlow’s Side Hill Cronchers, Cavendish Green Mountain Snow Fleas and North Clarendon’s Green Mountain Snow Flyers has been postponed to Saturday, March 6. Participants can start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. from the Cook Shack in Cavendish, Ludlow’s Warming Hut, Plymouth Store, Gillman’s Camp in Shrewsbury or the Odd Fellows hall in Belmont. Directions will be provided at each location. Members of the Snow Fleas will meet at 8 a.m. at the Cook Shack. Playing cards can be purchased in advance from the clubs at a cost of $10 per hand with no limits on the number. Each hand will receive five punches during the ride. For more information call Mary or Curt at 2592900.

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News, Notes & Announcements for the Ludlow Region Depot Street in Ludlow for a night of BRAM Looking for Rockers fun and prizes.

Black River Academy Museum will soon be conducting a joint project with Clearlake Furniture of Ludlow entitled "What the Rocker Knows". In keeping with the spirit of this effort, BRAM is seeking the loan of Missionstyle rocking chairs as part of its exhibition dealing with rocking chairs. If anyone in the area has such a rocker and would be willing to loan it to the museum for the summer, they can contact BRAM at 228-5050.

Becoming an Angel Channeler Join Lauren Potter, Reiki Master Teacher Practitioner, Lightarian Institute Facilitator, and conscious channel for angel guides on March 14 from 1-5 p.m. for a workshop that will change lives. The workshop includes how to prepare for becoming an angelic channel. An attunement with the Seraph Rose Aura will be given to allow her flame of unconditional love to flow into all areas of class participants' lives.The class will practice angel therapy techniques for self-help and for helping others. Class participants will be able to “pass on” the Light of Seraph Rose Aura's love to others afterwards, if they feel guided and prepared to do so by becoming a Registered Lightarian Institute Facilitator. The class includes a Lightarian Institute manual and registration. Call 591-0507 or 885-3376 to register.

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Free Tax Counseling in Ludlow Free tax counseling and preparation for taxpayers with middle and low income, with special attention to those who are age 60 and older, is available in Ludlow. AARP Tax-Aide volunteers provide assistance at the Fletcher Memorial Library on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (appointments are required). The volunteers can prepare simple federal returns as well as Vermont State returns, including the Renter ’s Rebate and Homeowner ’s Forms. You do not need to be a member of AARP or a retiree to use this service. For more information or to make an appointment, contact Diana Chimbolo at 228-2668.

Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant, a novel by Anne Tyler, will be the subject of the March meeting of The Friends of the Library book discussion group at Fletcher Memorial Library. The discussion will take place on Thursday, March 25 at 7 p.m. at the library on Main Street in Ludlow. Told from the perspective of several family members, the story follows the Tull family of Baltimore through several decades. Tyler received several awards and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for this work. Parking is in the rear of the building.

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News, Notes & Announcements for the Springfield Region Non-Profit Management Program Classes Marlboro College Graduate School is now accepting applications for its Certificate in Nonprofit Management program. Classes start in March at the Howard Dean Education Center in Springfield. Now in its third year, the Certificate in Nonprofit Management is an intensive four-month series offering nonprofit leaders and staff the opportunity to gain and refine the essential skills needed to strengthen their organizations and achieve their missions. The program combines face-to-face learning with an online learning portal. The 10 face-to-face training sessions run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following Fridays: March 19, 26; April 9, 23, 30; May 14, 21; June 4, 11, 18. Tuition is $1,250. Limited financial aid is available. For those members of the direct healthcare or environmental sector, the Vermont Training Fund may reimburse up to 50 percent of the tuition. Marlboro College Graduate School offers this program in conjunction with the Champlain College Center for Workforce Development, which will hold classes in Burlington. For more information contact Betsy Gentile at 257-4888 or by email at nonprofit@marlboro.edu.

Qigong Workshop in Springfield On Sunday, March 7 from 1– 4 p.m., Studio Time and Space in Springfield presents Qigong - Rooting and Grounding, with Aaron Hoopes. This workshop is part of an ongoing series of Qigong workshops and an ideal starting point for anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of their physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Qigong uses simple breathing exercises and gentle movement to connect the body and mind together. The studio is at 59 Main Street next to the library.

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New Thought VT Spiritual Group Meeting New Thought Vermont, a spiritual group offering a practical path for health, prosperity and serenity will offer a service on Saturday, March 6 at 10:30 a.m. in the Unitarian Universalist Church in Springfield by Rev. Will Freeman titled "The Call to Live Authentically." For information email newthoughtvt@yahoo.com or call 384-3845.

Understanding Climate Change Locally On Tuesday March 9, at 2 p.m. at the Nolin Murray Center next to St. Mary's Catholic Church on Pleasant Street in Springfield, Dr. Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux will present the co-sponsored Osher Lifelong Learning and Springfield Garden Club program titled, "What's

Happening in Our Own Backyards: Understanding Climate Change Locally." Dupigny-Giroux is the Vermont State Climatologist and an Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Vermont. Global warming and climate change are hot topics today, drawing concern and interest for information. She will address why climates in the North Country are so variable with the local topography and microclimates present and speak about her use of farmers' diaries and other historical documents in quantifying how our climates change. For a complete Osher brochure listing, call the 8858390 **8550. The complete Springfield and state-wide list is available at www.learn.uvm.edu/osher.

Springfield Theater Seeks New Operator Work will be starting soon on the renovation of the Ellis Block in Springfield. As the construction work is getting underway, the owners of the property are looking for someone to operate the theater portion of the project. The historic building was seriously damaged in a fire in July, 2008. Ellis Block HLP has secured a variety of public and private financing to renovate the Ellis Block in downtown Springfield. When complete, the building will include a movie theater with three screens. Several community non-profits organized to save the building and re-build the theater. There is a need for a community-minded person or group to operate the newly renovated three-screen theater. Anyone interested in receiving the Request for Qualifications for this position, contact Bill Morlock at the Springfield Housing Authority at 885-4905 or bmsha@vermontel.net.

SWCI Business Plan Competition The Southern Windsor County Incubator (SWCI) has announced their 3rd annual Business Plan Competition. The top prize is up to $7,000 and the contest is for existing small businesses as well as those looking to start a new business. The premise behind the competition is to help raise awareness in the region about small business and entrepreneurship, and to encourage new business development by helping interested community members develop viable business plans, gain public attention and earn financial rewards. To enter the competition, candidates must submit an executive summary consisting of a two-page business plan and one- page financial summary no later than 4 p.m. on April 15. The announcement of a maximum of six finalists for each category will be made on April 21. Those finalists will prepare complete business plans to submit in late May. In order to be eligible, the current or proposed business must be physically located within the municipalities of Cavendish, Chester, Ludlow, Springfield, Weathersfield or Windsor. Existing businesses must have annual revenues of less than $500,000. For information, go to the SWCI web site www.SWCIncubator.org, by phone at 885-3061 or by email at info@swcincubator.org

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Bone & Joint Health Discussion at RFPL On Monday, March 8 at 5 p.m., the Rockingham Free Public Library will host the program “Bone & Joint Health” This presentation is the third in RFPL’s new series Feel Great! Nutrition & Your Health with educator Cindy Hebbard, and sponsored by Post Oil Solutions. This program is all about “holding it together”— your skeleton. Everyone can have healthy, strong bones that last a lifetime. Several long-term studies have shown that most calcium supplements can actually aggravate and worsen osteoporosis, fractures and joint pain. Learn to choose and prepare nourishing foods that will re-mineralize your bones and teeth. Find out which supplements really do work for excess inflammation of knees, hips and all your joints, and the many ways you can improve bone strength and flexibility Space is limited, so sign-ups are necessary, call the library at 463-4270. Feel Great! workshops will be held on the second Monday of each month, from 5-6:30 pm. The series will cover a wide range of health topics. One topic will be covered each month and there will be time for questions and discussion.

March 3-9, 2010

Main Street Arts Presents The Gondoliers

Knitting Together Seeks Members & Yarn The Knitting Together Group had a very productive 2009, contributing more than 80 sweaters and 200 hats and mittens to all the schools in the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union plus several community organizations and the Rockingham Christmas Fund. We would like to continue this charitable work but rely on contributions of yarn to do it. We meet Wednesdays 1-3 p.m. at the Saxtons River Inn. If anyone would like to contribute yarn, money to buy yarn or would like to join us call 869-2360.

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On Friday, March 5 Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers will be opening at 7:30 p.m. at Main Street Arts in Saxtons River. It’s musical hijinks along the canals of Venice. Other show times include Saturday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, March 7 at 3 p.m., Thursday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 13 at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, March 14 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, $10 students. At the door: $17/$12. Available at Brattleboro Books, Village Square Booksellers, Putney Books, Misty Valley Books or www.MainStreetArts.org/tickets. No reservations accepted. For more information call 869-2960 Meeting Needs I Changing Lives

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Well, Look Who’s 50!

Five Receive Paul Harris Fellowship

New Paul Harris Fellows include, from left, with Hugh Haggerty presenting, Marc Cote, Marcy Caulkins, Ryan Ostebo and William Barbarow shown. Fellow Tom Fahner not pictured. On Thursday, Feb. 11 at the weekly Bellows Falls tion of $1,000 to the humanitarian and educational Rotary Club meeting at Kurn Hattin School, an programs of the international Rotary Foundation. The programs include an array of projects that save unprecedented five members of the community and Rotary Club were inducted as members into the and invigorate the lives of people around the world, and enhance international friendship and esteemed Paul Harris Fellowship. The fellowship is named for Paul Harris, who understanding. These provide educational opportunities, food, founded the Rotary with three business associates in Chicago in 1905. The fellowship was established in his potable water, health care, immunizations, and honor in 1957, to express appreciation for a contribu- shelter for millions of individuals.

Friends and family of Green Mountain Outlook sales representitive Deborah Collier want to wish her a happy 50th birthday on March 7. If you see Deb, wish her the best on her birthday.

News, Notes, Events & Announcements for the Rockingham Region Computer Classes Offered at SEVCA The Micro Business Development Program at Southeastern Vermont Community Action will hold a series of afternoon computer classes during the month of April. Classes will be held in the SEVCA computer lab located at 91 Buck Drive in Westminster. All classes will run in the afternoon from 1– 4 p.m. Space is limited. Pre-registration and prepayment are required. For more information please call Guy Payne at 722-4575 ext. 154 and leave a message stating your name, both day and evening phone numbers and note which class(es) for which you would like additional information and registration material. You can also email Guy at gpayne@sevca.org. The following is the schedule of classes: Basic Computers – Tuesday, April 6 and Thursday April 8 Basic Computers with WORD Add-on – Tuesday, April 13 Social Networking and Your Business – Thursday, April 15 Intro to Excel – Tuesday, April 20 Advanced Excel – Thursday, April 22 Creating Marketing Materials with Publisher – Tuesday, April 27 Based on a recently completed Business Needs Overview for the Windham County Workforce Investment Board all companies expressed the need for employees to have computer skills. Employees must be familiar with and able to interact with enterprise systems The message is clear. Computer literacy is no longer a preferred skill. It is expected, and SEVCA is ready to assist all who need either a ‘brush-up’ or foundational computer training.

SEVCA Thrift Stores Seek Donations Southeastern Vermont Community Action operates four thrift stores that help support our programs and services in the communities we serve. Our Good Buy

thrift stores enable us to provide free clothing, furniture and other necessities to individuals and families who are facing emergency situations or struggling to make ends meet on a very limited income. Last year, our stores fulfilled vouchers for free furniture and clothing for 198 families (485 individuals). This January we were able to assist 18 families (serving 49 individuals) with vouchers for essential household goods. We need furniture donations from our local residents in order to meet the need for items like good, clean beds, kitchen tables and chairs, dressers/bureaus and sofas. SEVCA has had many more request recently for furniture, especially beds, than we have been able to provide for people living in Windham and Windsor counties. We will arrange to pick up useable furniture donations in Brattleboro, Bellows Falls, Ludlow, Springfield, White River Junction and all surrounding towns – including nearby New Hampshire towns. We will provide a tax receipt for all donations. Anyone who has furniture to donate can call our Springfield store at 885-7074 or our White River Junction store at 359-4183.

Legion Auxiliary Meeting, Dinner The American Legion Pierce Lawton Unit #37 Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday, March 10 at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Bellows Falls. There will be a baked haddock dinner on Friday, March 12 at the Hall from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The cost is $8 per person and reservations are appreciated.

FACT-TV Invites Tours, Expand to Walpole? FACT-TV in Bellows Falls has invited all interested citizens to tour their studio and get a feel for what it would be like to have a TV station of our own in Walpole. If enough people in Walpole support this idea there is a possibility that our town can negotiate a franchise agreement with Comcast that will fund it.

Bellows Falls has offered the use of their studio , their equipment, and their expertise. The studio is in the hospital building on Rte 121 just off of Rte 5. To stay informed about community TV in Walpole, send an email to walpoletv@comcast.net.

FACT’s State House Conversations State House Conversations, a FACT public access television show featuring Vermont state government guests and issues and co-hosts Suzanne Groenewold and Rep. Michael Obuchowski, will originate live from the State House by video phone on Fridays at 12:15 p.m. on channel 10 of the Bellows Falls area cable system. Shows will be rebroadcast throughout the week; please check listings. Channel 10 is available in Athens, Brookline, Grafton, Rockingham and Westminster. Also listen to State House Conversations on WOOLFM 100.1 Bellows Falls during the weekends: Saturdays and Sundays at 8 a.m. and Mondays at 7 a.m. Scheduled guests after Town Meeting Day include: 3/5 Matt Dunne, Candidate for Governor, 3/12 David Zuckerman, Rep., 3/19 Martha Heath, Rep., 3/26 Brian Dubie, Lt. Governor, 4/2 David Deen, Rep., 4/9 Bill Sorrell, Attorney General, 4/16 Deb Markowitz, Secretary of State, 4/23 Steve Howard, Representative, 4/30 Jeb Spaulding, State Treasurer and 5/7 Mike Mrowicki, Rep.

Greater Falls Warming Shelter Open House The Greater Falls Warming Shelter will hold an open house for the community on Wednesday, March 4 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the shelter's 24 Canal Street location. Area residents are invited to tour the facility and meet the staff and members of the steering committee. Light refreshments will be served. Additional information is available by contacting Susan Shea at Our Place Drop-in Center at 463-2217.

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Get In The Game A View On Sports By Editor Joe Milliken

Local Hoops Action Heading into the semifinal rounds of the high school state basketball tournaments, there were still a few local teams left standing. The Leland & Gray Rebels, however, lost a heartbreaker to Winooski in Division III, on a tough buzzer-beater from Spartan Devon Rollins, 46-44, in

Winooski. A tough loss for a number-five seeded Rebels team that had a great year. Winooski had come into the game seeded number-four. With just four seconds left in the game, Rollins grabbed a long rebound off a miss and tossed in an eight-footer to end the game as time ran out. Noah Chapin and Matt Bizon led the way for Leland & Gray with 11 points each, while Jalen Miller led the way for the Spartans with 15 points. --------------------------In boys’ Division I, in Brattleboro, the numberthree seeded Colonels knocked off Rice, 63-51, to advance to the semi-

finals. The win was the eighth in a row for Brattleboro as they improved to 18-4 overall on the season. Adam Boyle led the way for the Colonels with 19 points while Ed Knowles and Dave Freeman each pitched in with 13. Mike Reiss led the way for Rice with 14 points. At press time, the Colonels were readying to face a tough, numbertwo seeded Essex team. -------------------------In girls' tournament hoops action, the Rutland Lady Raiders recently traveled to Burlington, gutting out a tough, 46-40 win over the Lady Seahorses.

In a back-and-forth game, Rutland used it's defense, such as it has all year, to set the tempo and create the offense from. Liz Douglas, Alyssa Moore and Megan Ballard each scored 10 points for Rutland in a balanced offensive attack, while Hanna Senftleber led the way for Burlington with 16 points. At press time the Raiders were at 20-3 heading into the state title game. --------------------------In a Division I stunner, the number-one seeded Burr & Burton Lady Bulldogs fell to the cinderella, 12-seeded St. Johnsbury Hilltoppers,

36-25 in Burlington. The Lady Hilltoppers were also coming into the game after knocking off number-five seeded Rice. The key to this game for St. Johnsbury was a smothering defense that forced several turnovers early on and just as many bad shot attempts by the Bulldogs. For the game, Burr & Burton shot only 11-43 from the field, easily their poorest shooting performance of the year. Another problem was foul trouble, as Logan Cavanaugh, and Jenna Hoffman each picked up two quick fouls and had to sit down for the rest of the quarter and into the

second. In the first half BBA would go through one long scoring drought nd went into half time trailing 25-12. Too much to overcome in the second half against such a tough, half courttrapping defense of the Hilltoppers. When the BBA did not score in the first eight minutes of the third quarter the game was just about over, abruptly ending an otherwise stellar season for a Bulldog team that ended with an impressive 19-3 record. Both Hoffman and Cavanaugh led the way for BBA with six points each.

Slow Start, Hot Enosburg Dooms Chieftains Story and photos by Joe Milliken - Sports Editor The Green Mountain Union High School boys' basketball team had to be feeling good about themselves and who could blame them. After all, coming into the season they were a relatively small squad both in stature and roster numbers, and were also quite "green” if you will, with only two seniors on the roster. Yet here they were with a home game in the first round of the tournament, going up against a team with a lesser record and therefore the lower seed, albeit Enosburg faced a tougher regular season schedule then the Chieftains. GM finished up the regular season at 9-11 while the Hornets came in at 6-14. "I am as proud of these kids as I have been of just about any team I have ever coached," Green

Mountain coach Robert “Stretch” Gillam said during pre-game warm ups. "This team has worked extremely hard all year and they don't give up. They have far exceeded any expectations I had coming into the season." High praise from a man who’s coached high school basketball for over 50 years. However on this night the Chiefs would run into a suddenly hot team that would have a very good night, led by the inside presence of Hornet Wayne Honaker, who from the opening whistle dominated the paint on both ends of the floor. In fact, the Hornets as a whole came out on fire, demonstrating an inside -outside game that was difficult for the Chiefs' zone defense to keep up with. Honaker and Jordan St. Pierre were an effective

Clockwise from right, Green Mountain sophomore Jacob Walker drives to the hoop, Chieftain’ senior Ian Furrer gets off a shot in traffic, GM senior Justin Veysey floats one in the lane and junior Chris Ditzler tosses up a base line jumper over a defender.

one-two punch as Enosburg went on a 14-0 run to start the game, before Ian Furrer finally got GM's first bucket with just three minutes remaining in the first quarter. Enosburg would finish off the first quarter with a comfortable 19-6 lead. It would be an up-hill battle for Green Mountain the rest of the way. However, despite the huge deficit early on, the Chiefs continued to work hard as they have all year, and somehow scratched their way back to trail by just six points halfway through the second quarter, before Enosburg would go on a 14-2 run to end the half. Honaker registered 12 points and six rebounds at the break while St. Pierre added nine. Jason Albert had six points to lead the Chiefs.

In the second half it would not get any better for Green Mountain, as turnovers proved costly in any attempt at a comeback. Enosburg would go on another big, 18-6 run for the third quarter, including a lane-driving dunk from Honaker, and enjoyed a 51-21 lead heading into the final quarter. The Hornets would sit down their starters for most of the rest of the way, cruising to a 70-36 win. Honaker would lead all scorers, despite sitting the entire fourth quarter, with 18 points and a dozen rebounds, while St. pierre added 15 points. Ian Furrer led the way for the Chiefs in his final game with 10 points, while Jason Albert and Jacob Walker pitched in with seven points each.


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Stingrays Working Hard As Winter Season Winds Down Story by Joe Milliken Photo courtesy of the Springfield Stingrays As the winter season winds down for the Springfield Stingrays, head coach Patrick Whalen has his 40-plus swimmers team practicing hard as they get ready to travel to Lebanon, NH for the Connecticut River Valley Invitational – their last meet before the state tournament. The New Hampshire state meet, (many eastern Vermont teams compete with New Hampshire during the winter season) is a huge three day event held in Exeter, NH. The team practices at the Edgar May Health and Recreation Center located in Springfield. Assistant coach Stephanie Pinney thinks that this strong Stingrays team will continue to impress, especially in the under-12 age group. “These dedicated kids work extremely hard, the future looks terrific,” Pinney stated in a recent interview.

At last month’s regional swim meet in Hartland, over a dozen teams competed in the three day event, with

25 Stingrays qualifing for the regional tournament, which is the first tier of national competition.

During this meet, all of the Stingrays posted new best times and/or took top finisher medals. “For a team as small and as new as ours, to have several scores in the top 20 (and top 10) is quite notable,” Pinney added. Last year the Stingrays had only 12 swimmers qualify for regionals and in only one age group swimmer. This year, however, 25 Stingray swimmers attended regionals and two swimmers went to age groups, including Sofia Gulick and Kristin Burlew. The age groups meet, hosted by the Upper Valley Aquatic Club, matches the top under-12 year-old swimmers from the Northeast. Gulick and Burle proudly represented their teammates by participating in the freestyle, butterfly and breaststroke events.

Stingray coaches and swimmers at a recent meet, from left, coach Pat Whalen, age group swimmers Kristin Burlew and Sofia Gulick and coach Stephanie Pinney.

Rebecca Larkin contributed information to this article

Annual How to Build Your Own Coldframe Gardening Workshop As it is with Spring, itself, Post Oil Solutions o ff e r s i t s a n n u a l c o l d f r a m e w o r k s h o p a ro u n d this time of year as a way of demonstrating how people can get an early jump on the g ro w i n g s e a s o n . T h i s y e a r, t h e w o r k s h o p w i l l b e h e l d o n S u n d a y, M a rc h 1 4 a t 1 p . m . a t t h e Rotch Building, Kipling Road, School for I n t e r n a t i o n a l Tr a i n i n g . Our fee is a sliding scale, $2/$20, with no o n e re f u s e d f o r l a c k o f f u n d s . P re - re g i s t r a t i o n a n d p re - p a y m e n t a re re q u i re d , h o w e v e r : p l e a s e call 641-715-3900, ext. 85789 to leave your re g i s t r a t i o n i n f o r m a t i o n . U n re g i s t e re d a d m i s s i o n s a t t h e d o o r w i l l b e c h a rg e d $ 2 0 , f i r m , a n d a d m i t t e d o n l y i f t h e re i s ro o m . L i g h t re f re s h m e n t s w i l l b e p ro v i d e d . T h e s i m p l e g l a s s c o v e re d w o o d e n f r a m e w a s a s t a t e o f t h e a r t g ro w i n g d e v i c e 1 0 0 y e a r s a g o . I t c a n b e u s e d t h ro u g h o u t a l l f o u r s e a s o n s a n d p ro v i d e s a s i m p l e a l t e r n a t i v e t o a f re e - s t a n d i n g greenhouse. Through slides and discussion, the basics of cold frame operation will be p re s e n t e d a s a w a y t o e x t e n d t h e s e a s o n b o t h i n spring and fall. A modern evolution of the cold frame now made from aluminum hoops and g re e n h o u s e g r a d e p l a s t i c w i l l b e s h o w n . I n t h e l a t e s u m m e r 2 0 1 0 C o l d F r a m e Wo r k s h o p p a r t i c ipants will be able to make their own hoopstyle cold frame for use that fall and the following spring. Our workshop will again be led by Post Oil's garden guru, and designer of our (Re)learning series, Robert King. Robert has w o r k e d w i t h m a n y “ m a s t e r g a rd e n e r s ” o v e r t h e p a s t 4 0 y e a r s . H i s i n t e re s t s i n c l u d e s u s t a i n a b l e a g r i c u l t u re a s f o u n d i n R u d o l f S t e i n e r ’ s B i o Dynamic scientific/organic methods, Shaker agriculture, and low-tech appropriate technology (including hand tools). A d d i t i o n a l l y, w e a re o ff e r i n g a c o m p a n i o n "textbook" to accompany our workshops. Published by the University of Maine, Smart Gardener: A Learning Guide for Home Ve g e t a b l e G r o w e r i s a n i n v a l u a b l e 7 2 - p a g e learning guide that will teach you how to make t h e m o s t o f y o u r h o m e v e g e t a b l e g a rd e n s , l a rg e and small. Each of the 12 lessons focuses on a s p e c i f i c a s p e c t o f g a rd e n i n g k n o w - h o w, s u c h a s s o i l , s e e d s , g a rd e n d e s i g n , m u l c h e s a n d w e e d s , and is a very useful supplement to our w o r k s h o p s . We w i l l b e s e l l i n g t h i s a t t h e workshop for $6. For information about additional workshop offerings in the months ahead, please go to w w w. p o s t o i l s o l u t i o n s . o rg .

Great Falls Food Hub Showing “Fresh”

As part of its effort to promote the importance of locally-grown food, the Great Falls Food Hub will screen the film, "Fresh," on Friday, March 5 at 7 p.m., at the Waypoint Center at 17 Depot Street in Bellows Falls. A discussion about the Food Hub will follow the film. A $5 donation is requested to support the work of the Food Hub, and fresh, local popcorn will be available. "Fresh" celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system. Each has witnessed the rapid transformation of our agriculture into an industrial model, and confronted the consequences: food contamination, environmental pollution, depletion of natural resources, and morbid obesity. Forging

healthier, sustainable alternatives, they offer a practical vision for a future of our food and our planet. A project of Post Oil Solutions, the Great Falls Food Hub is intended to serve the counties of Windham and Windsor in Vermont, and Sullivan and Cheshire in New Hampshire through the creation of infrastructure that will include a commercial-size processing kitchen, dry, cold, and freezer storage facilities, and a distribution center. Its vision is to make locally and regionally-produced food accessible and affordable to everyone, while providing a fair return to area farmers. For further information, or to become involved with the project, contact us at foodhub@postoilsolutions.org.


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BUSINESS SERVICES FREE REMOVAL Of Junk Cars & Scrap Metal Call Chester Rowe at 802-875-3788.

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FREE 5 YEAR old German Shorthaired Pointer. Neutered. Good with kids. 963-8364.

FURNITURE 1960’S solid oak, dark bedroom armore. 2 pieces, very heavy. $200 or best offer. 518532-9841. BROWN MICRO-Suede Futon with storage underneath. 1 year old. $125. 293-7683. CHERRY BEDROOM SET Solid wood, never used, brand new in factory boxes. English dovetail. Original cost $4500. Sell for $795. Can deliver. Call Tom 617-395-0373. DINING ROOM table with 6 chairs and Butterfly extension $499 518-798-1426 FOR SALE Kitchen/Dining set table & 5 chairs with leather seats, like new, excellent condition, $180.00. 518-546-7922 LEATHER LIVING ROOM SET in original plastic, never used. Original price $3000, sacrifice $975. Call Bill 857-453-7764.

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GUNS/AMMO GRENDEL 380 Auto-10 RD Internal mag. speed loader, case small/compact as new $349.99. 518-796-6502 GUNS WANTED. Good quality rifles, handguns, shotguns and antique guns. Call 802492-3339 days or 802-492-3032 evenings. SAVAGE MODEL 93R17 Cal 17 with two boxes of shells. $275. 802-434-3107 WINCHESTER MODEL gun 100 semi auto 308 caliber, excellent shape, $475 518-5467221

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