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Letters to the Editor

Appreciative of help for Senior Citizens To The Editor; This is to the Young at Heart Senior Center: I want to express my appreciation to Debbie & Bob Buciak in their roles as coordinator of the Green Mountain Senior Out Reach Program for the elderly in Poultney, Vt., for helping me out so many times. The elderly find themselves helpless in many situations that they could handle easily when they were younger. 

Thanks for help with Relay For Life luminaries To The Editor; I am writing to thank the many individuals and groups who assisted with luminaries for the Rutland American Cancer Society Relay for Life Saturday June 25 namely: rt students & instructors at Castleton Village / Elementary School and Fair Haven Grade

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Well, Debbie and Bob saved my life last winter when they shoveled my paths after each and every snowstorm, so that I could get in and out when I needed to. And when I couldn’t get out they even ran errands for me. Thanks again Debbie and Bob for saving my life so many times.    Gloria LaBate

School who pre-decorated hundreds of bags. FHUHS Girl’s Basketball Team and their coach. FHUHS students and all Adult volunteer workers. Leaders and members of Boy Scout Troop 13 Castleton / Poultney, Horsepower 4 H and Boy Scout Troop 18 who assist-

ed with filling bags, placing them around the track and lighting the candles. Luminaria committee assistants. Your services were greatly appreciated, Thank you, Fran LaPlaca Luminaria Chair

Duck Derby gets under way July 17 in Killington The Rutland County Humae Society is hosting is hosting its annual Duck Derby at 3 p.m., Sunday, July 17 at the Library Fields on River Road in Killington. “Ddopted” plastic ducks will be launched into the stream in a race to the finish. The first ducks to reach the finish line win cash prizes.  There will also be a prize for the last duck!  To adopt a duck click here rchs-duck-derby/ or contact the RCHS Business Office at 483.9171 or adopt a duck at the Killington Dog Days weekend. A single duck is $3, four ducks (a “quack pack”) are $10 and six ducks (a “six-quack”) are $15.  Funds raised from the Duck Derby will support the programs and homeless animals at RCHS.  Please contact the RCHS Business Office at 483.9171 with

any questions. The event is part of Killington Dog Days weekend, which benefits RCHS. Dog Days will be held Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17 at the Library Fields on River Road in Killington. .Competitions of SkyHoundz (disc dogs) and UFO (United Frisbee Dog Operations) will be taking place throughout the weekend. "Fido Fest," which a variety of competitions, is alo on the agenda for the fest

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