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JOBS! Check out the exciting job opportunities at ARSU (nurse, primary teachers, English teachers, custodian, subs), Fontaine Roofing, Equinox Terrace, Fyles Brothers, Granville Central School, International Paper, Isovolta, MacLeod’s Lumber, Town of Pawlet, Vermont Rail Systems, R & D Automotive - and more! See pages 12-13.
Lake Bomoseen Ice Fishing Derby this weekend
ä Town of Pawlet notice of proposed conveyance of municipal real estate ä Town of Pawlet warning of annual meeting
By Krystle S. Morey
ä Town of Poultney notice of town meeting See pages 2, 4.
One popular event featured at Winter Fest is the “Teddy Bear Carry Competition.”
Winter Fest kicks off today Attention Lakes Region residents: Your money-saving Rite-Aid and Kinney Drugs sale circulars are inside. Check out the savings!
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PUBLIC NOTICES ä Wells Springs Unified Union School District notice of Annual School District Meeting
Rutland’s 14th annual Winter Fest opens Friday, Feb. 16, celebrating outdoor winter fun. The event has been a Rutland tradition for more than a decade. The festival kicks off with a Free Community Skate Night at the Georgetti Arena from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free rentals and snacks are included and a hot cocoa bar will keep everyone warm! On Saturday, watch as teams compete in the Snow Sculpture Contest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Main Street Park. Kids of all ages can decorate and create snow creatures of their own with the folks at Wonderfeet Children’s
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Museum. There will be marshmallows for toasting and the skating rink will be back for broomball or ice skating (bring your own skates and a helmet). A Chili Cook-Off is new to this year’s Winter Fest and everyone is invited to a free tasting from noon to 3 p.m. Giorgetti Park will host the Winter Fest activities on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participants will enjoy many activities throughout the day: Teddy Bear Carry competition, snowshoeing/hiking in Pine Hill Park, ice skating, Fat Bike Demos, sledding (BYO sled), raffle prizes, food and drinks and
See FEST, pg. 2
The Lake Bomoseen Ice Fishing Derby is celebrating its 40th year with cash prizes, raffles, a visit from the State of Vermont wildlife commissioner and more. Hosted by the Castleton Lions Club, the event will be held this weekend, Feb. 17-18. Check in at Crystal Beach on Route 30 North in Castleton and fish from 4 a.m. Saturday to 3 p.m. Sunday. Each year the derby draws more than 450 outdoorsmen and women to Lake Bomoseen to catch brown trout, largemouth bass, northern pike, smallmouth bass and yellow perch. “It’s just another way to get interest going and to thank the guys that are fishing,” said John Burke, derby chairman. Burke, a 43-year member of the Castleton Lions Club, planned the organization’s first fishing derby. He had turned the reigns of plan-
See FISH, pg. 2
Monday meeting offers public input on zoning issues The Poultney Planning Commission will on Monday, Feb. 19 host another public hearing on zoning bylaws pertaining to the slate industry and mining in the town. Poultney’s planning commission is proposing stricter statutes that would amend the town’s bylaws, adopted in 2014, changing zoning regulations regarding the slate industry, including the allowable height of
slate dump piles and property line setbacks of quarries and more. The public is invited to comment at the commission’s meeting in the Poultney High School library starting at 6 p.m. The planning commission will hear public comment and put together a proposal to submit it to the town’s Select Board for consideration.
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Fest Continued from page front page marshmallow-roasting by the fire pit. Dress for the weather and have some fun! Events will take
place at Main Street Park and the Georgetti Arena, 2 Oak Street Extension, Rutland, Vt. Rutland Winter Fest will continue through Feb. 24. For a complete schedule of events and information, visit: rutlandrec.com/winterfest/
‘Paint and Sip’ to benefit firefighters Castleton Fire & Association is holding a fundraiser to help raise money for extrication equipment. On Feb. 24 a “Paint & Sip” event will be hosted from 10 a.m. to noon at the Castleton
Fire House on Route 30. Admission is $40. Coffee and donuts, supplies and instruction are included. To reserve a seat, call Angela Woodbury at 808-236-8367 or Lisa Thayer at 802-236-0203.
Kids can celebrate school break at the Manchester Community Library’s Double Feature Film and Pizza Party on Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 1:30-5:30 p.m. In “Monster Trucks,” starting at 1:30 p.m., Tripp, played by Lucas Till, builds a monster truck from bits and pieces of scrapped cars. He’s helped by a
strange, subterranean creature with a talent for speed. This action-filled adventure, rated PG, will keep kids on the edges of their seats. But wait, there’s more. Ever wonder what your pets do when you’re not home? You’ll get the answer in “The Secret Life of Pets,” rated PG, and you’ll never look at your fuzzy,
furry friends the same way again. Screening of these two funfilled movies will be followed by a pizza party. This program is free and open to the public. The Manchester Community Library is located at 138 Cemetery Ave./Corner of Rte. 7A, Manchester Center, Vermont.
ermen who catch first-place bass, pike and trout. Three additional prizes of $250, $125, $75 are rewarded for second, third and fourth place. The angler who catches the biggest perch gets $400. Catchers of the second, third and fourth-place perch are awarded $200, $100, $50. Burke said the derby does get quite competitive, but outdoorsmen who participate are always looking forward to large fish being posted on the board, even if it’s not their catch. “Everybody wants to win … but I think they are always pretty happy when they see a really big fish and are happy for the guy that did catch it,” Burke said. A $500 bonus prize is awarded to posted fish that don’t quite make the size cut. “If you catch a fish and get it up on the board, even if it’s early and gets bumped off, your name is in there for a $500 drawing,” Burke said. Added Burke: “It gets fish on the board for us.” The prizes will be handed out at 3:45 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 18 at Crystal Beach.
The remainder of the proceeds support the organization’s project fund. That money is used to provide glasses and eye exams for those in need, sponsor little league teams and support student scholarships. In the past, the club has used the funds to build covered pavilions and playground equipment at Crystal Beach on Lake Bomoseen. For information, contact Burke at 802-468-5454 (day) or 802-236-3715 (evening) or via email at jdownesburke@aol. com. Next weekend, the Fair Haven Rotary’s Great Benson Fishing Derby will take over Lake Bomoseen. Check in and register at Crystal Beach on Route 30 North in Castleton. All legal species caught from dawn Saturday, Feb. 24 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25 in all legal Vermont waterbodies and Lake Champlain are accepted. Contact Jennifer Larson at email@example.com or 802-265-2164 (day) / 802-265-2164 (evening) for additional details on the Fair Haven Rotary’s Great Benson Fishing Derby.
Continued from page front page ning the derby over to another Lion in recent years but decided to chair the event again this year to celebrate its spanning four decades. The derby itself is about 43 years old. It was started by Tom’s Bait & Tackle in Castleton three years prior to the Castleton Lions Club adopting it. “He wanted it to keep going,” Burke said. “I had fished in it, and I and the club saw some potential to help us make money for our project fund.” Registration, $20, comes with a raffle ticket to win a slew of donated prizes from a pop-up shanty to a power auger. “There are a lot of good raffle prizes you can win just by buying a ticket,” Burke said. Proceeds from derby registrations are used to reward the top fishermen in each of the fish categories. A $500 award is given to fish-
Public Notices WELLS SPRINGS UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT WARNING Annual School District Meeting February 28 and March 6, 2018 The legal voters of the Wells Springs Unified Union School District consisting of the towns of Middletown Springs and Wells, are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Wells Village School in said Town at seven o’clock in the evening on Wednesday February 28, 2018, to transact any of the following business (Articles 1 - 6) not involving voting by Australian ballot. Upon the conclusion of the business not involving Australian ballot, the meeting is to be adjourned and reconvened in the respective polling places hereinafter named on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 7:00 A.M. (in Middletown Springs) and at 8:00 A.M. (in Wells) at which time the polls open until 7:00 P.M. at which time the polls will close, to transact any business involving voting by Australian ballot (Articles 7-8). Article 1. Article 2. Article 3. Article 4. Article 5. Article 6. Article 7.
February 28, 2018 To elect a moderator for a term of one (1) year. To hear the reports of the School Board and other District officials and act thereon. To elect a treasurer for a term of one (1) year. To elect a clerk for a term of one (1) year. To hear a presentation from the School Board on the proposed 2018-19 Budget. To transact any other lawful business that comes before the meeting. March 6, 2018 To elect one school director who resides in the Town of Middletown Springs for a term of three (3) years. To elect one school director who resides in the Town of Wells for a term of three (3) years. To elect one at-large representative who resides in either the Town of Middletown Springs or Wells for a term of three (3) years. School Budget: Shall the voters of the Wells Springs Unified Union School District approve the school board to expend $4,608,440.97 which is the amount the school board has determined to be necessary for the ensuing fiscal year? It is estimated that this proposed budget, if approved, will result in education spending of $15,253.31 per equalized pupil.
Said persons and voters are warned and notified that voter qualifications, registration, absentee voting, and voter procedures shall be in accordance with Chapters 43 and 51 of Title 17 Vermont Statutes Annotated. Article 5 constitutes a Public Hearing. Polling Places and Times Middletown Springs: Middletown Springs Historical Society Dining ~ (please note this is a corrected location from the Fire Honse) 7:00 AM -7:00 P.M. Wells: Town Hall 8:00 A.M. -7:00 P.M. Dated at Middletown Springs, Vermont, January 26, 2018. - CORRECTED 2/1/2018 SCHOOL DIRECTORS s/Sue Burke, Chair s/Sarah Haley, Board Member s/Clarence Haynes, Vice Chair s/Chris Smid, Board Member s/Courtney Bishop, Board Member s/Laura Burch, Clerk s/Meredith Morgan, Member Received for record and recorded prior to posting this 26th day of January, 2018 s/Nora Sargent, Town Clerk
The Fair Haven Selectboard is seeking interested individuals to serve on a Downtown Revitalization Committee. The Committee will participate in a Downtown Streetscape Improvement study to examine items such as traffic calming options, parking options, street lighting, sidewalks and a landscape design plan to guide future Fair Haven Downtown infrastructure improvements. The project kickoff date will be set in late March. Please send a letter to the Fair Haven Selectboard expressing interest in serving on the Committee by March 6th. Town of Fair Haven North Park Place Fair Haven, VT 05743 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
TOWN OF PAWLET NOTICE OF PROPOSED CONVEYANCE OF MUNICIPAL REAL ESTATE The voters of Pawlet are hereby notified pursuant to 24 VSA §1061(a) that the Select Board of the Town of Pawlet desires to convey a 0.60 acre property with improvements located at 3082 Route 153, Pawlet, Vermont. The proposed conveyance is for the sum of $16,627.70 and consists of the same lands and premises the Town of Pawlet acquired by Tax Sale deed dated November 21, 2017 and which was recorded on November 27, 2017 in Book 115 at Page 573 of the Town of Pawlet Land Records. A copy of the Tax Sale deed and a copy of the tax map of the property being sold is available for inspection at the Town Clerk’s Office. Dated: March 12, 2018 Pawlet Select Board
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Rutland health centers tackle Winter Fest Craft program in Fair Haven Family is a key word at the Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region and during the month of February a family of employees will be banding together to help raise the profile of Rutland while raising funds for some good causes during Winter Fest. This month a new family from CHCRR has come together to compete in the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce’s “Real Rutland Feud.” CHCRR’s team, the “Community Health Heroes” is made up of Executive Director Grant Whitmer, Patient Relations Specialist Jill JessoWhite, Clinical Director Claudia Courcelle, Human Resources Assistant Tina Mariee Austin and Executive Assistant Pam Forte. These fantastic five will face off with the Rutland Regional Medical Center team on Feb. 24 at the Paramount Theater in
Rutland. Proceeds from the event benefit the Chamber’s regional marketing initiative. A team from CHCRR will also be preparing three gallons of chili to warm the bones on a cold winter day and to compete in the First Annual Chili Cook Off on Saturday, Feb. 17 during Rutland’s Winter Fest Main Street Park Activities. JessoWhite and Mariee Austin will be serving up their special recipe from noon until 3 p.m. when judges will announce the winners. CHCRR’s staff is always concerned about the health and wellness of their patients, but they are also taking time to examine and bandage teddy bears who need some attention. During the Indoor Outdoor
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The Friends of the Fair Haven Free Library invite community members to come make a beautiful bowl from coiled magazine paper with local artist Caren Helm. The program will take place in the library on Saturday, Feb. 17 from 9 a.m. until noon. This craft originated with the women of Vietnam and Thailand. Today this technique has made its way into our crafty hearts. This is a simple method that you will be able to repeat again and again to make durable, long lasting gifts. Attendees will also get a list of instructions. Helm said that there is no
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TOWN OF PAWLET Warning for Annual Meeting Information Meeting – March 5, 2018
Town Meeting Day – March 6, 2018 The legal voters of the Town of Pawlet are hereby warned and notified to meet at the Mettawee Community School on Route 153, in said town on Monday, March 5, 2018 at 7:30 PM to act upon any business not involving voting by Australian Ballot or voting required by law to be done by ballot; said meeting to be adjourned and to reconvene in the Town Hall in said town on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 to vote for Town Officers and to transact any business involving voting by Australian Ballot to begin at 9:00 AM and to close at 7:00 PM. The legal voters of the Town of Pawlet, Vermont are hereby warned and notified to vote on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 between the hours of 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM in the Conference Room of the Town Hall, 122 School Street, Pawlet. Article:1
To elect all Town Officials as required by law as follows: Moderator (Town) – 1 year term Moderator (School) – 1 year term Selectboard - 1 year term Selectboard - 1 year term Selectboard – 3 year term Lister – 3 year term Second Constable – 2 year term Delinquent Tax Collector – 1 year term Town Agent – 1 year term Grand Juror – 1 year term Pawlet School Director – 3 year term UD #47 (Mettawee) School Director – 3 year term UD #47 (Mettawee) School Director – 3 year term Library Trustee – 3 year term Library Trustee – 1 year remaining of a 3 year term
Shall the Town vote to approve a budget of $419,312.00 to meet the Town General Fund expenses and liabilities? YES/NO
Shall the Town vote to approve a budget of $479,135.00 to meet the Town Highway expenses and liabilities? YES/NO
Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate, and expend the sum of $25,000.00 to the Town Equipment Fund? YES/NO
Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $17,000.00 to the Capital Budget Fund for the purpose of maintaining town-owned buildings? YES/NO
Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $15,000.00 for the upgrade and maintenance of the Wastewater Treatment Plant? YES/NO
Shall the Town appropriate the sum of $120,000.00 to be divided equally between the Pawlet and West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Departments, so that these services can be maintained? YES/NO
Shall the Town of Pawlet vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $8,000.00 for the support of Granville Rescue Squad to provide services to residents of the Town? YES/NO
Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 for the support of the American Red Cross New Hampshire and Vermont Region? YES/NO
Article:10 Shall the Town of Pawlet vote to appropriate the sum of $500.00 to support the programs and services of BROC – Community Action in Southwestern Vermont to provide services to residents of the Town? YES/NO
Bus trip to Foxwoods Casino March 10 The West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department has organized a deluxe bus trip to help you cure your Cabin Fever. Hop aboard a luxurious bus for a trip to the second largest casino in the USA and the largest on the East Coast. On Saturday, March 10, the bus will leave Mettawee School in West Pawlet at 6 a.m. sharp. The return coach will leave
Foxwoods Casino at 6 p.m. Tickets are $60 each plus each passenger over 21 years of age will receive $10 in free slot play and their choice of either a free buffet or a $10 food voucher. You must be 21 or older to enter the gaming floors. Foxwoods Casino and Resort has 340,000 square feet of gaming floor offers slots and table games; 70 retail
stores for shopping; more than 35 restaurants to choose from, plus a bowling alley and arcade-all connected inside the complex. There’s plenty to keep your mind off the cold outside. There are limited seats available and all ticket sales are final. For further information and to purchase tickets, please call 802-770-0196.
Chinese New Year resources at Castleton Library How about welcoming the Year of the Dog by exploring some library resources about the world’s most populous country? Castleton Free Library has many books about China across genres, but first a look at some of the less familiar services: links to free online courses through the Vermont Online Library and Universal Class. VOL is a large collection of free Gale databases on academic as well as popular subjects, including many how-to topics and Powerspeak, an exciting platform for learning basics of foreign languages. Go there to learn Mandarinspoken by more than 960 million native speakers, 70 percent of Chinese people-in nine multi-lesson interactive units. From your home device or one of the library public computers, Google “Vermont Online Library” and click on “All Resources”. Scroll down until to the Powerspeak
Article:11 Shall the Town vote to appropriate the sum of $12,000.00 in Fiscal Year 2018 to support Dorset Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice’s homecare, hospice, and community health services? YES/NO
Languages button. Click and follow prompts to set up a free account-to keep track of where you are in the course-and choose the language of choice. Other options include: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, and ESL English. If instead, you would like to try a course in Chinese Culture Studies or Feng Shui, try Universal Class. Link to it by visiting the library homepage at www.castletonfreelibrary.org and clicking on the Universal Class icon at the bottom left of the page. Set up a free account using your library card numberinstructions are under the “services” tab, or call the library at 802-468-5574 for help. Universal Class offers more than 500 interactive courses for lifelong learning, facilitated by instructors providing feedback. Continuing Education certificates are available. For more traditional library
experiences, the library has a substantial collection of beautiful picture books, compilations of Chinese folktales and non-fiction for kids including Favorite Children’s Stories from China and Tibet and Celebrating Chinese Festivals. Newer titles include Home for Chinese New Year and PoPo’s Lucky Chinese New Year. Or try Gene Luen Yang’s Printz Award-winning graphic novel American Born Chinese in the Young Adult section, weaving plotlines of a lonely Asian American middle school student with the Chinese folk hero Monkey King. Try a recipe from The Around the World Cookbook, or use interlibrary loan to borrow a book on Chinese cuisine from another library. The library will be closed on Presidents’ Day, but will have Chinese games set up for kids dropping in over school break on the other days. Don’t forget to borrow snowshoes.
Article:12 Shall the Town vote to appropriate the sum of $750.00 for the support of the Pawlett Historical Society? YES/NO Article:13 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 for the support of the Mettowee Valley Community Center, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) organization? YES/NO
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Article:14 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $100.00 for the support of Green Up Vermont, a 501 (c) (3) organization? YES/NO Article:15 Shall the Town of Pawlet vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $8,000.00 for the support of West Pawlet and Mettowee N.E. Cemeteries to provide services to residents of the Town? YES/NO Article:16 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 for the support of NewStory Center, (formerly) the Rutland County Women’s Network & Shelter, Inc.? YES/NO Article:17 Shall the Town vote to appropriate the sum of $1,192.00 for the support of Rutland Mental Health Services (formerly) Rutland Area Community Services so that these services can be maintained? YES/NO Article:18 Shall the Town of Pawlet vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 for the support of Southwestern Vermont Council on Aging to provide elder services to residents of the Town? YES/NO
The citizens of the Town of Poultney, in the County of Rutland and the State of Vermont, who are legally qualified to vote in the Town Meeting, are hereby warned to meet at the Poultney High School Library in the Village of Poultney on Monday, March 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to transact at that time, business not involving voting by Australian Ballot. The meeting will be recessed at the conclusion of the transaction of such business until 10:00 a.m. on the following day at the new Poultney Fire Department located at 55 Fire House Lane (formerly 45 Fire House Lane and 263 Beaman Street), this being Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at which time business, involving voting by Australian Ballot and voting required by law to be by ballot, will be transacted. (Ballot boxes will be opened at 10:00 a.m. and will close at 7:00 p.m.) 1.
To elect the following Town Officers and fill any vacant office: (a) Town Moderator for a term of one year; (b) One (1) Selectboard member for a term of three years; (c) Two (2) Selectboard members for a term of one year each; (d) Grand Juror for a term of one year; (e) Town Agent for a term of one year; (f) One (1) Lister for a term of three years; (g) One (1) Lister for an unexpired two years of a three year term; and (h) Library Trustee for a term of five years.
Shall the Town accept the Independent Auditor’s Report?
Shall the Town adopt the General Fund Budget of $1,209,705.00, less estimated receipts of $100,250, less surplus if any, and authorize the Selectboard to set a tax rate sufficient to raise the specific amounts voted for the Fiscal Year 2018/2019?
Shall the Town Highway District adopt a Highway Fund Budget of $726,252.00, less estimated receipts of $107,000, less surplus if any, and authorize the Selectboard to set a tax rate sufficient to raise the specific amounts voted for the Fiscal Year 2018/2019?
Shall the Town increase its annual allocation to the Rutland Area ARC (Advocacy * Resource * Community) from $300.00 to $1,300.00 for the Fiscal Year 2018/2019?
Shall the voters of the Town of Poultney vote to exempt the real and personal property of the Poultney Rescue Squad, Inc. from taxation for a period of five (5) years, to become effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023 and remain in effect for five consecutive years, pursuant to Title 32 V.S.A. Section 3840?
Article:19 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $200.00 to Vermont Adult Learning (Rutland County) for providing education services to adults in the region, including teaching materials? YES/NO Article:20 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $100.00 for the support of the Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI)? YES/NO Article:21 Shall the Town Vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $300.00 for the support of the Rutland County Parent Child Center to provide services to families with young children in the Town? YES/NO Article:22 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 for the support of Child First Advocacy Center to continue efforts in supporting families in the community? YES/NO Article:23 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 to the Poultney-Mettowee Natural Resources Conservation District? YES/NO Article 24 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $500.00 for the support of NeighborWorks of Western Vermont? YES/NO Article:25 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $100.00 to support the Rural Fire Protection Program? YES/NO Article:26 Shall the Town vote to raise, appropriate and expend the sum of $450.00 to the Preservation Trust of Vermont? YES/NO Article:27 Shall the Town vote to exempt from Real Estate Tax, for a period of five (5) years, property owned by the West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department? YES/NO Article:28 Shall the Town vote to exempt from Real Estate Tax, for a period of five (5) years, property owned by the Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department? YES/NO
Dated this 29th day of January, 2018, s/Jeffrey M. King, Chairman
s/Terry K. Williams
Article:29 Shall the Town vote to exempt from Real Estate Tax, for a period of five (5) years, property owned by the West Pawlet Fish & Game Club (214.1 acres on Heatherington Road)? YES/NO
s/Thomas P. Coloutti
Article:30 Shall the Town vote to exempt from Real Estate Tax, for a period of five (5) years, property owned by the Morning Flower Lodge #71? YES/NO
s/George D. Miller, Jr.
Article:31 Shall the voters authorize the elimination of the Office of Lister and replace it with a professionally qualified assessor appointed by the selectboard who shall have the same powers, discharge the same duties, proceed in the discharge thereof in the same manner, and be subject to the same liabilities as are prescribed for listers or the board of listers under the provisions of Title 32? YES/NO
Received, January 29, 2018 s/Betsy J. Wescott, Poultney Town Clerk
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Community breakfast in Fair Haven Fair Haven’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will host a community breakfast this Saturday from 8-10 a.m. Enjoy farm-fresh scrambled eggs, sausage, homemade biscuits and preserves, juice, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate in a friendly, family-style atmosphere. Cost is only one dollar per
person and kids 14 and under eat for free The church is handicappedaccessible; just come up the ramp on the Allen Street side, enter the church, and the lift will be right there, ready and waiting. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is located at 146 N. Main St. in Fair Haven.
Eating healthy progam in Castleton Small changes can have a tremendous impact on your health and how you feel. Lynn Tucker from the Rutland County Sheriff ’s Department will be at the Castleton Community Center on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 11:30 a.m. to present information on eating healthy, the right
combination of food types in a meal, portion sizes and more. This is a free program, and all are encouraged to attend, bring a friend or neighbor, or attend and make new friends. The Castleton Community Center is located at 2108 Main St. in Castleton.
Contra Dance in Tinmouth tonight Bring your friends and family to the Tinmouth Contra Dance in beautiful downtown Tinmouth. Dance to the splendid tunes of The Cold River Band with Lausanne Allen calling this Friday from 8-11 p.m. at the Tinmouth Community Center. Admission is $10-12 for adults, eight dollars for teens and free for children 12 and under All dances are taught and you do not need a partner. If you are a beginner, come right at 8 p.m. for a beginner’s lesson to learn the moves. There will be live music, enthusiastic swinging and dancing, refreshments and a fun night for all. The dance takes place at the Tinmouth Community Center on the third Friday of the month. The community center is located on Route 140 in the center of Tinmouth,
five miles west of Wallingford. Please bring clean, non-marring shoes. Dances are held every third Friday January through May and September through December. Don’t miss it. See you in Tinmouth. More info at tinmouthcontradance.org. Like them on Facebook at Tinmouth Contra Dance. Their email is email@example.com while phone is 802-235-2718.
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The 2018 count will take place Feb. 16-19.
It’s time to count the birds The 30th annual Great Backyard Bird Count is about to begin! More than 160,000 people of all ages and walks of life worldwide join the fourday count each February to create an annual snapshot of the distribution and abundance of birds. The 2018 count will take place Feb. 16-19. Every year, the Rutland County Audubon invites everyone to participate for at least 15 minutes on one or more days of the count. Participants simply tally the numbers and kinds of birds they see, from any location, anywhere in the world, for as long as they wish, with minimum time slots of 15 minutes each. The results are logged into eBird, an online database that will display
count entries in near realtime. During the count, participants can explore what others are seeing in their area and around the world. They can share bird photos and sounds and enjoy images pouring in from across the globe. Launched in 1998 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society, the Great Backyard Bird Count is the perfect birdwatching citizen science project for kids, families and new birders. Last year, participants in more than 100 countries counted more than 6,200 species of birds on more than 180,000 checklists. For more information and instructions for participating in the Great Backyard Bird Count, visit birdcount.org.
The Castleton Community Center will host the Native Peoples of North America on Wednesdays from 1:30-3 p.m. beginning Wednesday, Feb. 28. The Great Courses at the Castleton Community Center offer educational, entertaining and stimulating lectures and discussions. Programs begin with a 30 minute video, followed by a lively discussion among participants. The Native Peoples of North America course is an insightful and unique program filled with images and rare artifacts from Smithsonian’s famed collections, and informed by fascinating insights from Smithsonian historians. This course is free of charge. The Castleton Community Center is located at 2108 Main St. in Castleton.
Song circle in Rutland A song circle and jam session will be held Wednesday, Feb. 21 at the Godnick Adult Center at 1 Deer St. in Rutland from 7:15-9:15 p.m. The song circle welcomes singers, players of acoustic instruments, and listeners. A songbook of popular folksongs encourages group singing. Donations are welcome. For further information, call Jack Crowther at 802-775-1182 or visit the Wild Woods Music Co-op website at www.wildwoodsmusic.org.
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| FRI 2/16| MAHJONG Every Friday morning from 9:30 a.m. to noon, the Castleton Community Center at 2108 Main St. in Castleton invites everyone to join the fun of mahjong, a game of skill, strategy and calculation. Information: 802-4683093.
COMMUNITY LUNCH The United Church of Granville, 18 Church Street, will serve a free community lunch from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Friday. All are welcome.
SCRABBLE Scrabble widens the vocabulary, helps strengthen spelling skills and is good “brain aerobics.” Join the Scrabble Group Friday mornings at 11 a.m. at the Castleton Community Center at 2108 Main St. Information: 802468-3093.
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Community Center will host Contra Dances on the third Friday of the month at 8-11 p.m. All dances are taught, no partner is necessary. Live music and a fun night of dancing. Bring clean, non-marring shoes. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for teens and free for children 12 and under. Information: tinmouthcontradance.org.
COMMUNITY BREAKFAST There will be a community breakfast at the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Saturday, Feb. 17 from 8-10 a.m. Enjoy farm-fresh scrambled eggs, sausage, homemade biscuits and preserves, juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate in a friendly, family-style atmosphere. Only $1 per person, kids 14 and under eat free. Information: 802-278-8224.
a.m.-12 p.m. in the library. Each person needs to bring a small bottle of Tacky Glue, the rest will be provided. Space is limited to 20, so you will need to reserve your spot. Please call the library at 802-2658011 to reserve your spot.
BOOK SALE The Friends of the Pember Library continue their “Back-Room” Book Sale on Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon at the Pember Library, 33 West Main Street, Granville. Included is a large selection of gently read paperbacks for 25 cents each, hardcover best sellers for $1 each, children’s books for 10 cents each, as well as puzzles and games. Check it out every Saturday morning.
CRAFTING CLUB Calling all crafters! We are happy to announce the return of our crafting group. They will be meeting at the Poultney Public Library on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 10 a.m., with upcoming dates of Feb. 3 and 17, and March 3 and 17. Crafters of all types are welcome, participants bring their own supplies. Come for craft and conversation, share ideas, and get project advice. An experienced fiber artist will be on hand to answer questions about knitting. For more information on this free event, call the library at 802-2875556.
COMMUNITY MEAL Join the Poultney United Methodist Church, 108 Main Street, for a community meal on Saturday, Feb. 17 from 5-7 p.m. Dinner will include goulash, salad greens, bread and brownies. Free will donations requested. Information: 518-642-2120.
CABIN FEVER PARTY On Saturday, Feb. 17 at 7 pm. the Granville Hook and Ladder Fire Company will host a Cabin Fever Party at the Entertainment Hall, 42 Quaker Street, Granville, NY Admission is $8 per person with appetizers included. BYOB. Information 518-932-3620.
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BASKET RAFFLE On Sunday, Feb. 18 there will be a Cabin Fever Basket Raffle at the Fair Haven American Legion hosted by the Fair Haven Union High School Class of 2018. Doors open at 11 a.m. with drawings beginning at 1 p.m. $5 Admission and a sheet of 25 tickets and $2 for an additional sheet. There will be over 100 baskets, gift certificates and prizes! Information: 802-683-9015.
OLYMPIC LIVE STREAM There will be a live-stream viewing at the Whitehall High School Auditorium of Whitehall Olympian Codie Bascue. The two man bobsled event, live stream runs on Sunday and Monday, Feb. 18-19 from 6-9 a.m. The second 4 man bobsled event, live stream runs on Friday and Saturday, Feb 23-24 from 7-10 p.m. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
| MON 2/19| ANIMAL TRACK HIKE The Pember Library will host a series of winter break programs. Everything is free and participants are asked to register by Saturday, Feb. 17. The first event is an animal tracking hike at the nature preserve on Sunday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. weather permitting, class size limited to 12. There will be an owl walk following the same day from 6-8 p.m. weather permitting. On Tuesday-Friday, Feb. 20-23 the museum will host several owl workshops for children all beginning at 9:30 a.m. All class sizes are limited. To register or for more information, call 518-642-1515.
BETTER BALANCE The Castleton Community Center will hold a Better Balance class designed to help prevent falls from 10-11 a.m. on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. Free. Information: 802-4683093.
BRIDGE GAME A gentle Duplicate Bridge game will be held each Monday from 1-4 p.m. at the Castleton Community Center in Castleton. A partner is guaranteed. Contact Judi at wajer@myfairpoint. net or call 802-287-5756 for more information.
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Community Center will hold “Dance Your Way to Health” aerobic dance classes from 4-5 p.m. on Mondays. The class is low impact and easy to follow. Free. Information: 802-4683093.
BINGO NIGHT The Granville Hook and Ladder Company is hosting a weekly Bingo Night on Mondays at 7 p.m. at 42 Quaker St. in Granville. All are invited for a chance to win a series of cash prizes. Admission is $1. Bingo cards start at $4. Participants should bring their own dabbers or may purchase one at the fire house. Food and drink will be available for purchase.
| TUE 2/20| BONE BUILDERS The Castleton Community Center will hold a Bone Builders class from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This free innovative program provides strength training and is part
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ANIMAL TRACK HIKE The Pember Library will host a series of winter break programs. Everything is free and participants are asked to register by Saturday, Feb. 17. The first event is an animal tracking hike at the nature preserve on Sunday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. weather permitting, class size limited to 12. There will be an owl walk following the same day from 6-8 p.m. weather permitting. On Tuesday-Friday, Feb. 20-23 the museum will host several owl workshops for children all beginning at 9:30 a.m. All class sizes are limited. To register or for more information, call 518-642-1515.
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TAI CHI Castleton Community Center will hold fall prevention Tai Chi level 3 on Thursdays at 11 a.m. and a level 2 fall prevention class at 1:30 p.m. Thursdays. Free. Information: 802-468-3093. Location: Castleton Community Center, 2108 Main Street, Castleton, Vt.
The Tinmouth Community Center will host a Contra Dance this evening from 8-11 p.m. of the RSVP Osteoporosis Prevention Exercise program. Information: 802-468-3093.
ANIMAL TRACK HIKE The Pember Library will host a series of winter break programs. Everything is free and participants are asked to register by Saturday, Feb. 17. The first event is an animal tracking hike at the nature preserve on Sunday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. weather permitting, class size limited to 12. There will be an owl walk following the same day from 6-8 p.m. weather permitting. On Tuesday-Friday, Feb. 20-23 the museum will host several owl workshops for children all beginning at 9:30 a.m. All class sizes are limited. To register or for more information, call 518-642-1515.
STORY HOUR The Fair Haven Public Library hosts a Story Hour for preschoolers every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. with the reading of a special story, a craft project and a snack.
CIRCUIT TRAINING Castleton Community Center will hold a Circuit Works class of circuit training from 11 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays. The class will work with bands, tubing and weights. Free. Information: 802468-3093.
WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE Lynn Tucker from the Rutland County Sheriff’s Department will be at the Castleton Community Center on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 11:30 a.m. to present information on eating healthy, the right combination of food types in a meal, portion sizes, etc. Small changes can have a tremendous impact on your health and how you feel. This is a free program, and all are encouraged to attend, bring a friend or neighbor, or attend and make new friends. Sponsored by SASH.
SLOFLO YOGA On Tuesday starting Jan. 16 to May 8 from 6-7 p.m. come to Room 10, Bogue Hall at Green Mountain College to learn and enjoy Sloflo Yoga with Stone Valley Arts and Brooke HughesMuse. Slow flow yoga is a meditative flow that practices slowing down by using a slow steady breath, holding postures, transitioning smoothly, and opening gently and mindfully with the ability to move deeper into one’s body and self. Great for all levels. Cost per class: $10 for Stone Valley Arts member, $11 for non-
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| WED 2/21| ANIMAL TRACK HIKE The Pember Library will host a series of winter break programs. Everything is free and participants are asked to register by Saturday, Feb. 17. The first event is an animal tracking hike at the nature preserve on Sunday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. weather permitting, class size limited to 12. There will be an owl walk following the same day from 6-8 p.m. weather permitting. On Tuesday-Friday, Feb. 20-23 the museum will host several owl workshops for children all beginning at 9:30 a.m. All class sizes are limited. To register or for more information, call 518-642-1515.
FREE BAKED GOODS Traveling treats, a ministry of Out of the Box Worship Center in Whitehall, will be giving away day-old baked goods and clothing Wednesdays from 10-11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church, 41 Williams Street, Whitehall. All are welcome.
COMMUNITY MEAL Mom’s Kitchen at Our Lady of Hope Parish Hall, 9 Wheeler Ave., Whitehall, will offer a free community meal on Wednesdays from 4-7 p.m. Information: 499-1656.
CHAMBER MIXER Come meet and visit with the Granville Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Feb. 21 from 5-7 p.m. at the American Legion, 10 Columbus Street. Bring a friend and join the chamber for information and fun. Snacks provided with a cash bar.
FILM SERIES The Lakes Region Film Society will show a film on Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Wells Town Hall, 108 Vermont Route 30, Vermont. The films are a curated mix of best foreign movies, American award winners, classics, new films, documentaries and comedies. The LRFS is a non-profit organization and all are welcome. Information: lrfilmsoc@gmail. com or 802-287-6101.
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PARK EXPLORATION The Rutland County Audubon evening program explores the history and geology of this spectacular region, and the challenges facing the National Park Service. Presented by Jeff Nugent, a long-time volunteer at the park. Thursday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Grace Congregational Church in Rutland. Information: email@example.com.
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GAME NIGHT The Poultney Public Library is hosting Game Nights on Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. There will be a variety of games for children and adults, games that are classic and European, as well as playing cards. Information: 518282-9089 or 802-287-5556.
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BOOK SALE The Pember Library Back Room Book Sale will now be open from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday evenings in addition to the Saturday morning hours of 10 a.m. to noon. The sale has a large selection of gently-used books, with hard covers selling for $1, trade paperbacks for 50 cents, and paperbacks for 25 cents. Proceeds support the library.
| THU 2/22| LEARN TO KNIT Learn to knit each Thursday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Castleton Community
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Endicott announces dean’s list students Endicott College is pleased to announce the dean’s list students for fall 2017: - Joseph Shehadi, of Dorset, Vermont – a junior majoring in finance. He is the son of David Shehadi and Rebecca Shehadi. - Eric Owens, of Manchester, Vermont – is a junior majoring in biology and biotechnology. He is the son of Patrick Owens and Christina Wilcox. - Joseph Brown, of Poultney, Vermont – a junior majoring in
applied mathematics. He is the son of Karl Brown and Maureen Brown. - Nicole McCardle, of Castleton, Vermont – a sophomore majoring in athletic training. She is the daughter of Nicholas McCardle and Janet McCardle. In order to qualify for the dean’s list, a student must obtain a minimum grade point average of 3.5, receive no grade below a “C”, have no withdrawal grades, and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits for the semester.
Intro to genealogy this Saturday as well as searchOn Saturday, Feb 17 ing the full-text at 2 p.m., the genealogical Manchester books and catalog. Community Library The workshop and Manchester will also cover the Historical Society will invaluable familyhost a one-hour introsearch Wiki, duction to the largest which gives geneagenealogical database logical research in the world, advice and directs Familysearch.org. users to find the The FamilySearch record collections database makes accesin its 85,704-article sible over 5.6 billion encyclopedia. names in the historical Jerry Carbone After 37 years records; 1.2 billion at Brooks browse-only records; Memorial Library, 22 as the and has over 7.2 million users, director, Carbone retired and world-wide. Jerry Carbone of went on to earn a Certificate in Whetstone Brook Genealogy Genealogical Research at will discuss methods and stratBoston University in May 2016. egies to search the billions of indexed and unindexed records He received his B.A. in History
from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, and his M.L.S. from University of Texas at Austin, Graduate School of Library and Information Science. While pursuing his library degree, Carbone worked parttime in the Texas State Library, Genealogy Library. He has been assisting people with their family histories since receiving his certificate from B.U. There is a snow date of Saturday, Feb. 24 for the program. The program is free and open to the public. Manchester Community Library is located at 138 Cemetery Ave., in Manchester Center. For information call 802-362-2607.
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David Oshinsky will present a talk, “Bellevue: Three Centuries of Medicine and Mayhem at America’s Most Storied Hospital,” on Saturday, Feb. 17 starting at 6 p.m. From a Pulitzer Prizewinning historian comes a riveting history of New York’s iconic public hospital that charts the turbulent rise of American medicine. Bellevue Hospital, on New York City’s East Side, occupies a colorful and horrifying place in
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America’s oldest hospital and in so doing also charts the rise of New York to the nation’s preeminent city, the path of American medicine from butchery and quackery to a professional and scientific endeavor, and the growth of a civic institution. From its origins in 1738 as an almshouse and pesthouse, Bellevue today is a revered public hospital bringing firstclass care to anyone in need. With its diverse, ailing, and unprotesting patient population, the hospital was a natural laboratory for the nation’s first clinical research. It treated tens of thousands of Civil War soldiers, launched the first civilian ambulance corps and the first nursing school for women, pioneered medical photography and psychiatric treatment, and spurred New York City to establish the country’s first official Board of Health. As medical technology advanced, “voluntary” hospitals began to seek out patients willing to pay for their care. For charity cases, it was left to Bellevue to fill the void. The latter decades of the twentieth century brought rampant crime, drug addiction, and homelessness to the nation’s struggling cities – problems that called a public hospital’s very survival into question. It took the AIDS crisis to cement Bellevue’s enduring place as New York’s ultimate safety net, the iconic hospital of last resort. Lively, page-turning, fascinating, Bellevue is essential American history.
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Students sail away on ‘The Welcome’ On Tuesday, Jan. 23, Mettawee community School third graders, their classroom teachers Jennifer Leach and Mark Rampone, and parent volunteers spent the day aboard “The Welcome”. According to Ms. Leach, “The Welcome” lesson was meant to replicate the sailing that happened on Aug. 30, 1682 when William Penn led a group of immigrants to Pennsylvania to start a new colony. Throughout the day, with sails hanging from the ceiling (created by students and faculty), visitors to “The Welcome” (set in Leach’s classroom) saw 3rd grade students, their teachers, and guests dressed as 17th century colonists. Ms. Leach explained that the students got to create and take part in traditional crafts and games that would have occupied children and/or passengers aboard a ship for the long 2-6 month journey, “They learned how to tie boat knots and how to make hand-string figures and play games (like Cat’s Cradle). They also created and learned to play Jack Straws (present day Pick Up Sticks), as well as learned to play marbles using homemade clay marbles they had made prior to our trip. All learned to hand sew, and this led to making their own ditty bags.” Leach said that one of the best parts of the experience was, “... it was a full-day immersion project where the students walked into school as a ‘new person’ with a colonial persona that he or she had cre-
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ated. They were packed and ready for our journey. They had to sign a ship’s manifest, as their character, while standing on the docks in Deal, England, prior to setting sail. We did not get off the ship all day. All of the stations were on board - recess was spent on board doing typical physical activities or pencil sketching, lunch was on board; we even survived a big storm while on board. From the masts and sails set up, to the language we were using, to the snacks and food (like hardtack and dehydrated fruit), we tried to make our study of history come alive for the students.” Students even huddled under desks to recreate the
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feeling of being enclosed in a small space such as the sailors would have experienced during the ocean crossing. Leach concluded, “All made it to Pennsylvania and disembarked RIGHT before dismissal!” Principal Brooke DeBonis pointed out that as an extension of “The Welcome” experience, some of the shipboard activities were demonstrated by 3rd graders at Mettawee’s Open House, held on Thursday,
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Vermont Railway, Inc. (VTR), a longestablished and growing Northeast Short Line rail carrier, is accepting applications for a full time Signal Maintainer position at its Rutland terminal. Signal Maintainers are responsible for the construction, installation, repair, maintenance, testing and inspection of signal systems. Candidates must have a high school diploma or equivalent, technical experience or training preferred, be able to perform work on uneven surfaces, easily lift seventy-five pounds, work around heavy and moving machinery, bend, lift, walk, stand and sit for extended periods of time.
Come in and fill out an application, mail or email a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Engage and challenge yourself in a fast-paced environment as an integral member of Macleod’s team. “Building our communities one project at a time.”
Interested candidates should apply on SchoolSpring. Positions will remain open until filled. EOE
SLATE VALLEY MODIFIED UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT ANTICIPATED (2) ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM TEACHER VACANCIES FOR 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR TWO PRIMARY( K, 1 or 2) TEACHERS The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of child development, effective instructional strategies, and classroom management at the primary level. The candidate should have knowledge of Guided Reading, Fundations, MTSS, PBiS and Eureka Math. VT licensure is required. Start date is August 2018. Contact Wayne Cooke, Principal, Fair Haven Grade School at 802-265-3883 or Kathleen Kilbourne, Principal, Castleton Elementary School at 802-468-5624 for additional information. Interested candidates should apply on SchoolSpring. Positions will remain open until filled. EOE
Labor Pool International Paper, a major pulp and paper producer is seeking its next generation of top operators. Best advancement opportunities available in decades. Our Ticonderoga Mill needs hourly production workers at entry rate of $15.09. Technologically advanced operations, leading edge training, outstanding beneﬁts, and employment with a community leader awaits you. JOB REQUIREMENTS
Benefits: • Competitive wages • Health insurance • 401K/retirement plan including a company match program • Year-end bonus program • Employee only discounts • Generous holiday and paid time off
The candidate should have appropriate licensure for English Language Arts, Middle School Endorsements, and/or Elementary 1-00 are sought. Classroom teaching experience and Middle School experience would be ideal. Start date is August 2018. Contact Wayne Cooke, Principal, Fair Haven Grade School at 802-265-3883 or Kim Prehoda, Principal, Benson Village School at 802-537-2491 for additional information.
Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union 49 Main Street Fair Haven, VT 05743
• Provide recommendations and support of hardware needs. • Maintain and develop social media presence • Provide daily maintenance of GL, Sales/ Financial reports • Involve/educate users in depth of software capabilities • Cross-responsibilities include office and retail sales support while maintaining superior customer service • Familiarity with retail building materials is a plus.
TWO MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHERS
All applicants must apply on www.SchoolSpring.com.
Position will remain open until filled. EOE
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SLATE VALLEY MODIFIED UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT (2) MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER VACANCIES FOR 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR
VTR operations are 365 days a year. Candidates may be required to work nights, holidays and weekends. The environment and performance of duties require working in adverse weather conditions. This is a Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) covered position subject to random drug and alcohol testing. VTR offers competitive pay and benefits. VTR is an equal opportunity employer. Applications are available at Vermont Railway, Inc., 118 Post St., Rutland VT 05701, Phone: (802) 7754356, on our website at www.vrs.us.com, click on VRS Employment Opportunities, download application and send it by U.S. mail, fax it to (802) 775-4627 or email it to esheehy@vrs. us.com or email@example.com.
Minimum high school graduate or GED. Must be: At least 18 years of age Eligible for employment in the U.S.
Must be willing to meet the following requirements:
Undergo a drug screen for illicit use of drugs as a condition of employment Submit to periodic drug screens as a condition of employment Work any shift and/or a rotating shift schedule Work overtime on a regular basis and with last minute notiﬁcation Work holidays and/or weekends on a regular basis Wear safety equipment Operate or work in industrial conditions (may be warm/hot, dusty/dirty, around hazardous chemicals, noise, heavy machinery or elevated working surfaces (with proper safety training and safety protection)) BENEFITS • Family medical and dental, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, paid holidays and vacation time, retirement and 401k savings plan. Please apply via internet at www.internationalpaper.com (“Careers”, “Search Open Positions”, facility “Ticonderoga Mill”, and “Submit”, then click Appropriate Job, click “Apply”). No applications or resumes will be accepted by mail or at the Ticonderoga Mill. No telephone calls please.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities/ Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Veterans
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GRAPES GALORE. Make wine, jelly, jam, raisins, sell grapes. 1 +/- acre award winning wine grape vineyard for lease. 450 +/- Marquette, 10% Aromella. Biodynamics managed no chemical pesticides or chemical fertilizer. Unique Terroir!, $2500/yr Owner must retire. Amorici Vineyard.
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The Lakes Region FreePress • Week of February 12, 2018 • 15 Autos
1988 LINCOLN MARK 7 LSC 66k or ig mi. Winter stored. Asking $4k OBO. Call 802-287-0898 eves.
2 0 0 6 TOYOTA S O L A R A convertible, 106,000 miles, n ew b ra ke s / r o t o r s, r u n s great, cherr y red, $4500. 518-753-6936
1989 JIMMY V-8 4X4 Auto, plow frame, good shape, black, mud truck. $750. 518796-6118 2002 VOLVO S40 TURBO, 151,092 mi. Black beauty w/ new tires, new parts & sunroof. Excellent condition, garage kept. 518-638-6030. 2 0 0 4 C H E V Y AW D A S TROVAN Runs great. 122K miles. Seats 8. Well maintained. AWD great winter vehicle! $2500. 518-5385005 2 0 0 4 P O N T I AC G R A N D PRIX GTP Competition Group, supercharged, heated leather seats, heads-updisplay, new tires, moon/ sunroof. $3500/obo. 518638-5431 2006 BUICK RENDEZVOUS Clean, no rust, sunroof, roof rack, remote start, AWD, Extra set of tires. Mechanically sound. $3450. 802-645-0708
2008 CTS CADILLAC 85,000 original miles, immaculate. Needs nothing. $8400. Questions call John 704-652-8968 2009 ALTIMA COUPE excellent condition, $7900. 518-345-5005 WE GUARANTEE You will sell your Auto or we will run your ad again FREE! Place your auto classified with Manchester Newspapers. 15 words for $29. For more info call 800-354-4232
Auto Wanted CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! All Make/Models 2000-2015! Any Condition. Running or Not. Competitive Offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-416-2330.
Commercial Vehicles 2009 VOLVO VNL 780 truck tractor. 884,000 miles. Good condition, APU, cab heater. Runs great. Black. $21,000 obo. 518-796-8134
Four-Wheel Drive 2005 FORD 550 diesel, 4 W D, p l a t f o r m d u m p , 128,000 miles, $9000. 802265-3644 2 0 0 7 TOYOTA TAC O M A T R D S p o r t , fa n c y r i m s , snows, no rust, inspected, 183K, $7500 solid. 802-3756134
Motorcycles 2001 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTCi Great touring bike. Runs great, lots of chrome. $5,000 obo. 802-325-3524 2 0 0 2 H O N D A S I LV E R WING 600cc, automatic, 7500 miles, excellent condition, $1700. 518-686-4552
Motorcycles 2004 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSTB Night Train Softail, Va n c e a n d H i n e s p i p e s, many extras. Must-see c o n d i t i o n ! 5 0 , 0 0 0 m i l e s. $6500. 802-265-3175 2010 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL883L Sportster-Black, 164 miles. $7,000/obo. 518-6421598 (leave msg)
Trailers SNOWMOBILE TRAILER 8x10 Aluminum Featherlite. Call 802-537-3569
Tires, Parts, Accessories ( 4 ) G O O DY E A R W R A N GLER tires. SRA P265/60R. 18,000 miles. $450 for set. 518-686-9437
Pickups, Trucks, Vans 2001 2500 DURAMAX DIESEL 4x4, 244,420 miles. $3000. 802-468-3045
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2008 CHEVY UPLANDER 7 PASS Loaded Van............................................................................... $3,495 2007 KIA RONDO 7 PASS WAGON Loaded, Low Miles.................................................................... $5,495 2007 DODGE CALIBER Low Miles, 4 CYL, Auto ............................................................ $5,495 2006 PONTIAC MONTANA 7 PASS Loaded, AWD ........................................................................... $5,195 2004 CADILLAC SRX AWD, Loaded, Leather ............................................................. $5,595 2004 CHEVY IMPALA Loaded, Low Miles.................................................................... $3,995 2004 FORD EXPLORER Loaded, 4X4, V6 ....................................................................... $4,495 2004 DODGE DAKOTA CREW CAB Loaded, 4X4, V8, Auto.............................................................. $4,995 2003 DODGE DAKOTA CREW CAB Loaded, 4X4, V6, Auto.............................................................. $4,895 2001 BUICK CENTURY Loaded, V6, Clean .................................................................... $2,995
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1989 HARLEY DAVIDSON ULTRA CLASSIC Tom’s Bike................................................................................. $5,995 2005 HONDA REBEL BOBBER CUSTOM 250CC ......................................................................................................$995
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