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Citizen of the Year nominees wanted

Friday, September 14, 2012

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The Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce is once again seeking nominations for its annual Citizen of the Year Award. Each year the chamber honors a Poultney citizen who has contributed to the betterment of the community. To nominate a candidate send in a letter staying why this person is deserving of the honor. Mail it to Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, c/o Steve Broughton, 374 South St., Poultney, Vt. 05764.

Annual Fair Haven events features fun for the entire family In one of the town’s long-standing traditions, students at the Fair Haven Grade School will be offering a day of food and fun to the community from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 15, with the annual Apple Festival. “I know we have been doing it through the school for at least 25 years,” said organizer Kandi Ramey, who works in the office at the Fair Haven Grade School. “It started many, many years before that, but we were asked to do it, and we have been doing it since.” The popular community event features a wide range of activities including an assortment of vendors, games, entertainment, food, a book sale, and an apple pie baking contest. Proceeds from the event will benefit Fair Haven Grade School extracurricular activities. The funds will help pay for field trips, programs at the Paramount Theater and other trips and

E. Rupert plays host to Harvest Moon The Pawlett Historical Society invites the community to a harvest moon fundraiser from 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29, at Alan Calfee’s “Old Gray Barn,” located off of Vermont Route 30, East Rupert. Catering by will be by Pink Boots Farm of West Pawlet and music by areafavorite band Gold Town. Tickets are adults $15; children (ages 8 - 18 years) $5; and children 7 and under Free. This is an alcohol-free event. For further information or directions call Susanne Rappaport at 802645-0993.

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Poultney gears up for cookoff It’s time to find the special recipes and make a list of ingredients in preparation for the Poultney Rotary Club’s 23rd annual chili cook-off. The much-anticipated event is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 29 – rain or shine – on Main Street in Poultney, Cooking

Congratulations Darrin Renner! The FreePress would like to congratulate Darrin Renner of Schuylerville on winning our "Great Adirondack Phantoms Season Ticket Giveaway" contest. Darrin won two Gold Level season tickets to every Adirondack Phantoms games for the upcoming 2012-2013 season. Congratulations Mark! You're another lucky FreePress giveaway winner.

Women’s choir seeks singers Ladies’ Night Out Women’s Choir is starting up fall rehearsals on Sept. 18 for performances the weekend and Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Women who would like to join the group should contact Lucy Allen Tenenbaum, director, for a chance to do some “musicking” (music making in the 21st Century!) This is not an audition but an opportunity to sing together and find out where each voice fits in the choir. All voice parts are needed to fill out the choir. Heidi Soons, VSO harpist, will accompany John Rutter’s “Dancing Day Cycle.” Other music includes a shape-note song, and several with African drums. Jacob McLaughlin is again our rehearsal accompanist, and will also play in the performance. A sing-along group will also be part of LNO this season, so come one come all! There is a place for every voice. This Advent program is structured so each singer can choose what part of the music they want to sing, and participate accordingly. If you’ve wanted to sing with “the Ladies” this is the season to try us out. If you’ve started the choir before only to find it too challenging, consider try-

ing us again. Some of the music will be taught by rote, with no sightreading. Singers of all levels will find something in this semester’s music that’s just right for them! The new approach to choral singing comes from conductor Tenenbaum’s master in music education courses at Kansas University that she took this summer. An inclusive community choir is the goal. There will be a select section of the choir, but not all singers need strive for that level. Women of all ages are welcome. Musicking will include some solfege (do-re-mi, etc.), drums and other percussion instruments, some choreography and a whole lot of fun. Come learn about choir building and enjoy Lucy’s new techniques! As always, the focus of the group is about meeting new friends while making wonderful music. There is a snack provided each rehearsal. A $25 fee is requested from each singer for choir expenses. Donations are welcome! The Ladies look forward to meeting you! Call Lucy at 802-775-8004 or 802-342-8348, or email



Local riders top fair awards Riders from wester n Rutland County and Whitehall, N.Y., were the top winners at the 4-H horse show held in Rutland at the State Fair. The show, held on Sunday, Sept. 2, was comprised of 4-H members and their project horses from Rutland, Windsor and Windham counties in Vermont. The youth displayed their skills in Fitting and Showmanship, Equitation, Pleasure, Horse Knowledge, and Pattern classes. Overall Hi-Point 4-H Exhibitor: Brittany Alvarez from Rutland. Alvarez rides with the Horsepower 4-H Club of Castleton. This Hi-Point

Award was the total combined scores from the horse show classes, general knowledge written test, quiz bowl contest, and the live horse judging classes. 2012 Vermont State Fair 4-H Horse Show results: Beginner English Champion: Kassidy Wyman from Cambridgeport. Beginner English Reserve Champion: Olivia Suker from Shrewsbury. Advanced Beginner English Champion: Sarah Rogers from Grafton. Advanced Beginner English Res. Champion: Kate McGranahan

from Whitehall, N.Y. Junior English Champion: Lexy Brooks from Whitehall, N.Y. Junior English Reserve Champion: Betsy Coburn from Castleton. Senior English Champion: Stephanie Wissel from Castleton. Senior English Champion: Brittany Alvarez from Rutland. Junior Western Champion: Catherine Thrasher from West Pawlet. Junior Western Reserve Champion: David Gringeri from West Haven.

Hubbardton military road guided hike Did you know that a military road was built, starting in late 1776, to connect Mount Independence in Orwell with Hubbardton and beyond? On Sunday, Sept. 16, from 2 to 5 p.m., Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site interpreter Carl Fuller will lead a vigorous hike along a section of this little-known military road. The hike starts at the battlefield museum building, and heads west following traces of the old military road that led toward Mount Independence. Hikers will see the area where

the first shots of the Revolutionary War Battle of Hubbardton were fired on July 7, 1777, and get a taste of what it might have been like for the soldiers traveling over this varied terrain. The event is one of many during September’s Vermont Archaeology Month. Be prepared for hills. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes or boots, and bring water. Admission is $2.00 for adults and free for children under 15, and includes visiting the museum. The Hubbardton Battlefield

State Historic Site preserves the location of the only Revolutionary War battle in Vermont. The site is on Monument Hill Road six miles off VT Route 30 in Hubbardton or seven miles off exit 5 on US Route 4 in Castleton. Carefully follow the signs. The site is open Thursday through Sunday, 9:30 to 5 p.m., and on Columbus Day, Oct. 8, the last day of the season. For more infor mation about the program, call (802) 273-2282.


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Tractor raffle to benefit Rutland Catholic schools 2,000 tickets available to win loaded John Deere Rutland Catholic Schools are holding their third annual tractor raffle to benefit Christ the King School and Mount St. Joseph Academy. Last year the raffle’s profit was $38,000, which was divided equally between the two schools. The grand prize is a choice of $12,000 in cash or a John Deere 1023E tractor with two attachments: Frontier BB 2048L box blade and John Deere H120 front loader. Additional prizes are one cash prize of $500 and two cash prizes of $250 each. A limited number of 2,000 tickets are available for $50 each. Tickets are being sold

by CKS and MSJ families and at Christ the King rectory. Checks should be made payable to Rutland Catholic Schools. Tickets also may be purchased online at www. or www.cksrutland. org. The drawing will be held at the annual Christ the King School spaghetti dinner on Oct. 20. You do not have to be present to win, but you are welcome to enjoy the festivities at 60 S. Main St., Rutland. The dinner will begin at 6:30. p.m. in the school cafeteria. Dinner tickets will be sold separately, and may be purchased at the door.


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Teamwork key to Pawlet book sale Pawlet Public Library’s 45th annual book sale showed the power of teamwork. All year, generous donors drop books for us at the library. A faithful group of volunteers sort box, and label books continuously from August to July. “Week of ” volunteers, move, set up, groom, and sell books. Our 2012 proceeds were phenomenal, coming in just $35 short of $11,000. Our local volunteer force from Pawlet, North Pawlet, West Pawlet, Wells, Rupert, Dorset, Manchester, Poultney, Granville and Hampton worked with summer volunteers from Pennsylvania and Florida. Oxbow Mountain 4-H Shooting Sports Club and local area youth again transported over 25,000 boxed books from the Circle of Healing to Mettawee Community School. Parents, grandparents, and adult volunteers directed traffic at the school as our inventory of books were ready to be prepped for sale. A gathering of “book sale groomers” transformed the school into a book shoppers

dream. Our devoted Pawlet book sale bakers prepared and sold mouth-watering treats to benefit the library. The Book Lovers Café served up breakfast treats, luscious burgers and McKenzie hot dogs. The sixthgrade class of Mettawee Community School thoroughly cleaned up in a flash. Special thanks to Telescope Furniture, Vermont Country Store, Pawlet Potter, Mach’s Market, RK Miles, and J.K. Adams for great raffle and silent auction prizes. Wells Country Store, Mrs. Murphy’s Donuts and Bagel Works generously donated our breakfast treats. Through the kindness of Rutland Hannaford, Manchester Price Chopper, and Manchester Shaw’s, we served great meals to our volunteers. The Granville Price Chopper staff deserves special recognition. “The Chop” gives us generous financial support and when it comes to service, the food court folks make sure our “Big Move Pizza Party” is awesome. Lakes Region FreePress and Vermont News Guide, the coverage you gave us was terrific. Our sincere thanks goes out to Judy Leach of Lakes Region Radio, who chatted with us on

“Coffee Break” and designed our ads! Spur of the moment shoppers testified to the effectiveness of those radio ads. Northshire Book Store, Mark Skinner Library, Kittay Public Library, Dorothy Canfield Fisher Library, Wells Public Library and Middletown Springs Public Library, your generous support is so valuable to us. Southern Vermont Sign Works donates the banners you see in down town Pawlet and the corner of Routes 30 and 153. Thanks to Mettawee Community School for your invaluable support and generous use of the school. We are especially grateful to the Pawlet Cemetery Association for providing emergency storage when Irene devastated our usual sorting spot at Edie Mach’s Barn. We are so thankful to the folks at The Circle of Healing for giving our sorting operation a new home. Volunteer time, energy and enthusiasm and team work are the keys to our success. We salute all our volunteers who give their valuable time to our annual book sale efforts. We are appreciative of everyone who bought our books, raffle tickets and food. Thanks to all

our volunteers, sponsors, supporters and customers. See you next year! If you would like to donate books or volunteer to sort, please call the library at (802) 325- 3123 or Dolores at (802) 6450109. Dolores Luebke, Chairman, Pawlet Public Library book sale

Manchester Lions grateful for support Saturday, Sept. 8, turned out to be a beautiful day in Manchester. The weather gods looked down and rewarded us with wonderful mor ning weather, prior to the rains and wind, which made their appearance in the afternoon. The sunny, bright day presented an opportunity to display the beauty of our town in all its splendid glory, to over 1,000 participants in the Jay Hathaway Memorial Maple Leaf Half Marathon and 5K. This event was organized and presented by the Manchester Lions Club, the Manchester and the Mountains Chamber

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of Commerce, Batten Kill Valley Runners and Stratton Mountain Resort. The Maple Leaf committee members have received many favorable comments from visitors, mentioning the beauty of the area, the helpfulness and friendliness of our volunteers and indicating they will be sure to come back in the future. This very successful event could not have come to fruition without the generous support of all our sponsors. I would like to especially recognize the following: Our title sponsors, the Hathaway family and friends, and our presenting sponsors, The Perfect Wife, The Spiral Press Café and MVP Health Care. In addition to our sponsors, many community members and organizations pitched in to help in a variety of ways. We had about 150 individual volunteers involved in tasks such as; traffic control, responsible for keeping runners on course and safe from traffic hazards, providing water, driving the lead and trailing vehicles, assisting in runner registration, and identifying and announcing runners in the finish area. A very special thank you must go to the Town Select Board, John O’Keefe, town manager, Lee Krohn, town planner, Tricia Hayes, communications coordinator for the town project, and the Schulz Construction Co. and their employees. These are the people who worked out the plan to open Center Bridge for a two-hour window on race day, so runners could stay on route to complete our newly certified 13.1 mile course. In addition, the Manchester Police Department, along with the help of the Manchester Parks and Recreation, played an integral part in making this a most successful event. Thank you to all who came out to encourage the runners. We apologize to those who were inconvenienced by traffic delays, and thank you for your patience and cooperation. This was indeed a cooperative venture with the community. Len Kotler Manchester Lions Club




Apples CSO sends thanks to Lee Lodge Castleton Elementary School’s Community-School Organization is happy to get back to work. The CSO has begun the year a few steps closer to their goal of raising $15,000 for the repair and improvement of the school’s playground, Kids’ Castle. This is in part to the generosity of Castleton’s Lee Lodge. In June, Lee Lodge held a cash raffle on behalf of the playground fund and raised close to $1,000. We would like to extend a huge thank-you to all at Lee Lodge for thetime, generosity and support offered toward improving the playground available for all children in our community. The CSO remains an active part of Castleton Elementary School. It does so with the help of community volunteers, and organizes family fun activities, assists with school reading programs and strives to assist school staff when necessary. The CSO’s first monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. CES families and staff are encouraged to attend. Even volunteering the smallest bit of time will make a difference! Without the support of so many dedicated community members, the CSO would not be where it is today. Thank you to all who have made T he Castleton Elementary S c h o o l ’s C o m m u n i t y - S ch o o l Organization such a success. Gretchen Bischoff CSO Leadership Team

Chili begins at 8 a.m., music starts at 10 a.m., and tasting runs from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There will be a $300 prize to the overall winner, who will also claim the title of “Vermont Chili Champion.” The runnerup gets $250. There will be $100 prizes for best chili by popular vote, best student chili and best vegetarian chili. The best theme booth will get $50. There will be a 5-kilometer fun run in the morning and a silent auction as well. There is no charge for those cooking the chili. To register, please call 802-287-9987.

programs that correlate with lessons from their classrooms. Ramey said the event will be similar to last year. The cake wheel will return again this year, providing local residents with a sort of culinary roulette. There will also be a number of raffles and games organized by students in the Fair Haven School District. Besides the activities planned by the students, the event also features a variety of apple-inspired dishes and a bevy of different vendors. The Fair Haven Farmers’ Market will also be part of the festival offering patrons the opportunity to purchase a variety of fall produce. The Fair Haven Library will also hold its annual book sale at the library. Perhaps the most popular activity, and certainly the most delicious, is the Fair Haven Historical Society’s apple pie contest.

Back in 1957, if you stepped out the back door of Calvi’s dairy bar there was a basketball court. The hoop was on lawyer Andy Calvi’s garage that served as a storage place for his twosided tenement house that was right beside it. The renters were Red and Charlotte Morris and their gang of kids and Bill and Mary Bruten and their kids. We would step out that back door and we were in for yet another brand of hoop ball. We would choose up teams and include the little kids as well. Joe Morris, Mary Bruten’s son Ricky and Dickie Starling come to mind. With picks and screens we older guys would set up the little lads for shots and you’d hear, “Shoot, Ricky, shoot.” If someone opened the back door at Calvi’s you could tell by the songs playing who was in there. And right in the game. Tommy Edwards “Many a Tear Has to Fall, but it’s All in the Game,” one of the guys would

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The contest is split into two divisions: one for professional cooks and the other for amateurs. Professionals are asked to have their pies at the booth by 10 a.m. and they will go on sale one hour later after the judges have had the opportunity to evaluate them. Amateurs are asked to turn in their pies by 11 a.m. and judging will begin at noon. Judging will be based on appearance, taste and texture. Ribbons are awarded for first, second and third place winners. Pies are required to be in eight- or nine-inch disposable pans and wrapped in clear plastic. All pies become property of the historical society after judging. The event will also feature a children’s category. Judging for this category will be completed by other children. Admission to AppleFest is free. The rain date is Sept. 22. For more information or for a vendor application, please call Ramey at 2653883, ext. 208.

say, “Hey, Judy and Carol are in there.” “OK kids, we’re gonna take a break, we’ll be right back,” Dickie Starling: “Oh yeah, that’s what you said yesterday and you were gone for an hour.” Big guy: “Practice, practice, practice.” The last time I saw Ricky was in the mid 1980s. He was in town and we had a good visit. He told me he was a car salesman at a large dealership in Saratoga. When I got word of his passing on, my mind flashed back to the days of innocence. Days of those backyard hoop games, sandlot baseball and hitchhiking to the lake for a swim. Back then if you had a couple of bucks in your pocket, you had it made. I don’t know if I’m ever going to see Ricky again, but I still have a picture of that goodlookin’ sandy-haired boy locked in my head. May God be with you, Ricky Plummer. —Twig Canfield



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CASTLETON The Castleton Community Center on Route 4A is accepting registrations for a “‘How To’ Computer Class” with Toni Lobdell that will be offered from 10 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday, Sept. 17 to 21. Cost: $12; $10 supporting and life members. Information/registration: 802-4683093.

DORSET As part of the Discover Dorset Festival, Master Gardener Charlie Nardozzi of Vermont Public Radio will speak about incorporating different types of bulbs into your garden at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Mettowee Mill Nursery on Route 30 in Dorset. Information: 802-325-3007, or

RUTLAND COUNTY Registrations are being accepted for the 12th Annual Golf Tournament to Benefit Homeless Animals that will be held on Friday, Oct. 5, at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club. Same-day registration will begin at 11:45 a.m. and captain and crew play will start at 1 p.m. Cost: $85, $80 PPCC members, including a post-tournament banquet. Information/registration: Rutland County Humane Society at 802483-9171, or

FAIR HAVEN The Fair Haven Historical Society will host its annual Apple Pie Contest on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Grade School Apple Festival in Fair Haven Park that will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There’ll be two divisions, adult, and children age 11 and younger. All pie entries must be brought to the booth by 11 a.m. and judging will be at noon. For size of pies allowed and other rules, call Lorraine at 265-3545, or email Also, professional pie makers are asked to donate a pie with their business card or menu by 10 a.m. for immediate sale. The proceeds will benefit the scholarship program for high school seniors.

CASTLETON The Federated Church of Castleton on Route 4A will hold a Rummage Sale on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14 and 15. There’ll be a preview from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday and the sale will continue from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Quality clothing (especially women’s), household items, collectibles, and more will be offered. Information: Bev at 2827459, or MANCHESTER The Mark Skinner Library at 48 West Road in Manchester will hold a Book Sale Friday through Sunday, Sept. 14 to 16. There’ll be a preview sale from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday ($5 admission; free children; refreshments served). Sale hours will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, with a $5 bargain bag sale from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday. Information/to donate items for this sale: 802-362-2607. WHITEHALL Faith Chapel Assembly of God in Whitehall invites all area teens to a Youth Rally at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14. The Erik Michael Band, a worship band from Albany, will perform, a video by Whitehall and Fair Haven youth will be screened, and there’ll be a guest speaker, Pastor Butch Race from Ticonderoga. Cost: Free-will offering. Free drinks and snacks will be provided. Information: Pamela Bolton at 4995181.


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RUTLAND The Green Mountain Club will offer a Supper Hike at Hogback Mountain in Goshen on Saturday, Sept. 15 (rain date Sept. 16). Bring supper along on an easy to moderate, 2.5-mile hike and enjoy the sunset from the mountain. Call Sue Thomas at 773-2185 for the meeting time.


WEST HAVEN The West Haven Volunteer Fire Dept. will host a Bow Shoot from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

DORSET Dorset will celebrate its arts, history and the vibrancy of the community with a Discover Dorset Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16. Local artists will open their studios to visitors (Holman Studios (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday), Dorset Custom Furniture (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday), the Dorset Inn will host a cheese tasting event (3 to 5 p.m. Saturday), J.K. Adams will offer a factory tour, a new play reading will be done at the Dorset Playhouse, Someday Farm will host a cooking class using its own produce, and the Dorset Fire House will be open for tours (noon to 4 p.m. Sunday). Meet at the Dorset green for geocaching at 10 a.m. Also see the “Gardening Talk” and “Pottery Painting” items in this calendar for Sept. 15, and “History Walk” Sept. 16. Information: www. DORSET Flower Brook Pottery will offer a creative “Paint Your Own Pottery” activity on Saturday, Sept. 15, on the Dorset Green as part of the Discover Dorset Festival. Blank forms will be provided. Cost: $6 painting fee; $4.50 to $14 for forms. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Information: MANCHESTER The Eagles Ladies Auxiliary of Manchester Battenkill Valley Aerie 2551 will host its annual Basket Party on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Eagles Clubhouse on Route 11/30 in Manchester. Doors will open at 11 a.m., with drawings beginning at 1 p.m. Cost: $8 admission, including 20 tickets and lunch; $3 each additional sheet of tickets. Proceeds will benefit this group’s scholarship fund and charitable causes. Information/to donate a basket:

Carisa Warren at 802-779-6877, or email GRANVILLE An Adopt a Soldier benefit concert, featuring country music by Phil Hoyt, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, at Veterans Park on Quaker Street in Granville. There’ll be a 50/50 raffle, too. Bring a lawn chair. Information: 518-337-6789. POULTNEY A Local Celebrity Waiter Dinner will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, at The Station on Main Street in Poultney. Seating will be at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. and served will be chicken or eggplant parmigiano, dessert and more, with tip proceeds benefiting the Poultney Elementary School PTO. Information/tickets: School at 2875212. MANCHESTER Burr and Burton Academy’s Media and Performing Arts Department, Green Mountain Academy, and Northshire Performing Arts will present a high-definition broadcast performance in the school’s Riley Center for the Arts at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15. A drama, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the NightTime,” will be shown from Royal Albert Hall in London. Tickets: $18 adults; $9 students. Purchase online at www.bba.ticketjunior. com. Information: www.burrburton. org/arts/Riley.

SAT 9/16 GRANVILLE The Town of Granville Republican Committee will hold its Third Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Lake St. Catherine Country Club on Route 30 in Poultney. This will be a four-person scramble with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Cost: $260 per foursome or $65 per person. Information/registration: Frank Hunt at 518-832-9267, or email CASTLETON The Southwest Freedom Riders group will host its annual Border Run, a poker run with cash prizes, on Sunday, Sept. 16. Sign in between 9 and 10:30 a.m. at the Irving/Jiffy Mart on Route 30 at Castleton Corners. Cost: $10 per person. All bikes will be welcome. Information: 1-888299-7937. DORSET As part of the Discover Dorset Festival, the Dorset Historical Society will offer a “Walk through History” on Benedict Road in East Dorset at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16. Meet at the Wilson House in East Dorset Village and carpool to the southern end of Benedict Road. Refreshments will follow the walk at the Wilson House where anecdotes, memories and memorabilia will be shared. Information: Ruth Stewart at 867-0331, or www. HUBBARDTON Site interpreter Carl Fuller will lead a Hubbardton Military Road Hike from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site, 5696 Monument Hill Road. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water. Information: 802-2732282, or www.HistoricVermont. org/Hubbardton.

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CASTLETON The Higley House at 407 Main Street, Route 4A, in Castleton will be open on Thursdays from 2 to 4 p.m. through Oct. 4. This is a historic residence that also features a collection of antique carriages and tools. CASTLETON The Castleton Village Farmers Market will be open from 3:30 to 6 p.m. on Thursdays through Oct. 4, across from the Castleton Free Library on Main Street, Route 4A. FAIR HAVEN A “Silent Wings, Birds of Prey” program will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Fair Haven Free Library. The Wildlife Institute of Eastern New York will bring an eagle, falcon, hawk and owl for this informative program that’s free and open to all. Information: 802-2658011. Picnic that will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Green Mountain Club headquarters in Waterbury. Free. Information/ reservations: Mari Zagarins at 802-241-8324, or email CASTLETON Carl Fuller, a site interpreter at the Hubbardton Battlefield, will speak about the significance of the Battle of Hubbardton and the effects it had on the people in the area during the Revolutionary War at 1 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 17. You’ll find this talk at the Castleton Community Center on Route 4A. Cost: $3. Also, lunch will be available at noon before the talk and reservations for the lunch should be made by 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 14. Information: 802-468-3093. HEBRON Everyone is invited to a Potluck Supper at 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 17, at the East Hebron United Presbyterian Church on Route 22 in Hebron. Bring a dish to share to this event that will be held on the third Monday each month, with few exceptions. Information: 518-8547017, 854-9383.

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WEST PAWLET Reservations are requested by Tuesday, Sept. 18, for the Haystack Hustler Seniors luncheon at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the Mettowee Community School on Route 153 in West Pawlet. The school’s students will visit with the seniors and tell what they are studying, items will be collected for the Pawlet Food Shelf, and there’ll be a 50/50 raffle. Lunch cost: $3.50. Information/reservations: Phyllis at 325-3196. GRANVILLE The Friends of the Pember Library will meet at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the library, 33 W. Main Street in Granville. Prospective members will be welcome and are encouraged to attend. Information: 6422525. RUTLAND The Maple Leaf Quilters Guild will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18, downstairs in the Parish Hall at Christ the King Church, S. Main Street in Rutland. Linda Cooper from Virginia will present a trunk show titled, “My Quilting Life in Color and 3D.” Open to all who have an appreciation of the art of quilting. Cost: $4 for non-members. Information:

GRANVILLE The Granville Lioness Antique and Jewelry Appraisal Road Show, with Jim Marquis and Ron Marcus, will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the Granville Hook and Ladder building on Quaker Street. Cost: $5 per item; $10 for three items. Appraised will be furniture, old tools, art, frames, china, silver, and more. Refreshments will be available. Information: Nancy Williams at 518-642-0709.

WED 9/19 SALEM The Salem Astronomy Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the Courthouse Community Center, 58 E. Broadway, across from the Salem Central School. Meetings are open to all and there is no membership fee. Information: Email Bill Frederick at wfrederi@ MANCHESTER Dr. Jonathan Spiro, chairman of the U.S. History Dept. at Castleton State College, will speak on “The Eugenics Movement of the 1920s” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the First Congregational Church in Manchester. This movement sought to eliminate the “inferior” races from the United States. Free and open to all and refreshments will be served. Information: www. WHITEHALL Alcoholics Anonymous meetings will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. every Wednesday at the John Neary Hill Senior Citizens Building on Williams Street in Whitehall. Everyone will be welcome.

THU 9/20 RUTLAND AREA The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice will offer Blood Pressure and Foot Care Clinics as follows: 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, Maple Village, Rutland; 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, Godnick Adult Center, Rutland; and 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, North Clarendon Community Center. Cost: $2 blood pressure; $5 foot care. Information: 802-7750568. POULTNEY The Poultney Farmers’ Market will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays through Oct. 4 on Main Street in Poultney. Offered will be bedding plants, specialty foods, range-fed meat and eggs, farmstead chees-

RUPERT Jane Beck, founder of the Vermont Folklife Center, will tell the story of Alec Turner at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, at the handicap-accessible Rupert Historical Society/Library Building on Route 153 in Rupert. Alec was born a slave in 1845 and died a free man, farmer and landowner in Grafton in 1923. His narrative was told to his family and recounted to Jane by his daughter, Daisy. Free and open to all. Information: Gene Higgins at 802-394-7738.

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FRI 9/21 GRANVILLE Sylvan Star/ Skenesborough Chapter 122 will hold a Rummage Sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21, at the Slate Valley Masonic Center, 95 North Street in Granville. This sale will be held on the third Friday each month, with few exceptions. Donations of clothing, household items and toys may be brought to the Masonic Center on the day of the sale. Information: Jean MacLeod at 518-260-0460. DORSET Plays written by students in the Dorset Theatre Festival’s playwrighting programs will be performed in staged readings by professional actors at noon and 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21, at the Dorset Playhouse, 104 Cheney Road. Information: 802-867-5777, or

SAT 9/22 FAIR HAVEN The Fair Haven Cemetery Committee will hold a Work Day on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the West Street Cemetery in Fair Haven. Volunteers are asked to meet at the cemetery at 8:45 a.m. for the work that will run until noon.Bring tools, work gloves, insect spray and water. This activity will be repeated on Saturday, Oct. 13. Information: Tim Pockette at 265-4952, or Mary McNeil at 342-3394. RUTLAND The Downtown Rutland Farmers Market will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays Information: Greg Cox, 802-683-5791, or GREENWICH The Fourth Annual Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22 and 23, at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Greenwich. fiber photo contest. Admission: $5 adults; free age 13 and younger.

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Raptors to visit Sept. 20

The Friends of the Fair Haven Library will be holding their annual fall book sale on Saturday, Sept. 15. Doors open at 9 a.m. and the sale will continue until 4 p.m. There are books galore under every genre. From bestsellers past and present to books on history, religion, travel and sports, there is something for everyone. Children will love to find those special books just right for bedtime. Magazines and puzzles are also offered. Winter is coming and now is the time to stock up. As usual, there will be the “fill a bag” sale starting at 3 p.m. This is a favorite for many as a bag can be filled for a mere $2. For those looking for rare books, there will be many offered upstairs at very low prices. Applefest is across the street so please be sure to also make the book sale a part of your day.

What do an eagle, falcon, hawk and owl have in common? Besides being raptors, also known as birds of prey who hunt other animals for food, all four of these beautiful creatures will be at the Fair Haven Library on Thursday, Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m. Designed for all ages, a presenter from the Wildlife Institute of Eastern New York will show live birds of prey up-close and will talk about the adaptations and behaviors that make these birds so remarkable. Audience members will learn about habitats and have hands-on-experience with feathers, talons and bones. Information about local wildlife and wildlife rehabilitation for injured or orphaned birds will also be shared. Sponsored by the Fair Haven Friends of the Library, this program is free.


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Rapt(or) audience Lynn Morgan of The Nature Museum at Grafton was the guest speaker at the Wells Village Library on Friday. Here, she holds up a raptor’s claw while discussing how birds like owls catch and hold their prey with an engaged audience of students from the Wells Village School. The museum, which features walking trails, a wildlife garden and exhibits, is open year-round on weekends and by appointment. See

Author in Castleton The Castleton Free Library will be hosting host author Tom Smith at a special event, Wednesday, Sept. 26. Smith will be reading from his new book of poems “From the Raft.” He will have copies for sale and will happily autograph them. To make it even more exciting, his publisher, Yvonne Daley, will also be there and will be happy to talk to people about publishing after the reading. Recently retired from Castleton State College where he taught English for 31 years, professor emeritus Tom Smith has been publishing poems since 1959 in such magazines as Chicago Review, American Scholar, Beyond Baroque, Iowa Review, and New York Quarterly and many others. He has published one novel, “A Well-Behaved Little Boy,” and nine volumes of poems. He has given readings of his poems all over the country. In August 1997, he read selections from “Singing the Middle Ages” at Canterbury’s Christ Church College, England. His long story “The Christmas Shopper” won the 2009 A. E. Coppard Prize for Fiction. During the book-signing and informal conversation after the reading, we will have tea, coffee and goodies. This is free and open to the public. Any questions, please call Jan or Meg at 468-5574 or email castletonfreelibrary@gmail. com.

September is library card sign-up month! Come into the library and sign up for a new card and receive a free raffle for a chance to win a new book. Your library card is your ticket to a world of opportunity, adventure and romance and a gold mine to information!

Fall story time for little listeners at the Wells Village Library has begun on Thursday mor nings from 10:30 to 11:30 with music, crafts and good books. And the author of the month adult group meets on the fourth Thursday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Library trivia of the week: Benjamin Franklin founded the Library Company of Philadelphia in 1731. This was the very first lending library in America! Joanne Van Meter is the librarian at the Wells Village Library.

Poultney library has busy September planned Psychic talk kicks of autumn programming The Poultney Public Library is hosting a paranormal talk on Sept. 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. with psychic medium William Constantine. He will be discussing various topics of the paranormal, answering your questions and talking about your experiences. This month’s topic is angels. Limited seating. Reservations recommended. For more on Constantine, see ‘Alice’ discussion The Poultney Public Library “book and a movie” discussion group is reading “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll. Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book, then join the group on Saturday, Sept. 22, at 9 a.m. for discussion and refreshments. This is an informal group; all that is needed is a

love of reading and an interest in sharing thoughts and ideas with others. Any questions please call 802-287-5556 or view our website at

Book sale The library will be having a book sale on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 2 pm., rain or shine, with a wide assortment of new, used and rare books for sale.

Movie night There will be a free movie night on Friday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. (popcorn and candy included)!

Contacts For questions on any of these events, to get the title of the movie playing or for reservations to see the psychic presentation, please call 802-287-5556. More information at

Quilter to speak

Something to celebrate

Three brothers and their wives all married for more than 50 years This picture was taken as Judy and Gary Gibbs celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Not only have they been married for 50 years but two of Gary’s brothers have also been married

for more than 50 years. Gordon and Sarah Manning Gibbs have been married 54 years and Dwayne and Betty Dimick Gibbs will have been married 52 years in September.

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A basket party will be held on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the American Legion Hall on Route 4A in Castleton. Viewing will begin at 11:30 a.m. and drawings at 1 p.m. Proceeds will benefit John Groesbeck from Granville who is fighting cancer. Information/to donate basket items: Pam Groesbeck at 802-671-8054, Stella Rathbun at 518-796-4356, or Annette Minnie at 518-744-0274.


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Linda Cooper of Burke, Va., will be the featured speaker at the Maple Leaf Quilters Guild meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 18. She will share her passion for creating art quilts, including fabric painting, and raw edge appliqué during her lecture and trunk show “My Quilting Life: in Color and 3D.” “She is a fabulous quilter” said Lauren LaSante, program coordinator for the quilting guild. “She has been inspired by techniques she learned from other quilt artists, and added in her love of family, flowers and nature. Then she has carried that all another step further with her ‘kinetic quilts’ that are mobile sculp-

tures integrated into quilts.” Cooper’s presentation is the first of many nationally recognized quilters scheduled to speak during the 2012-2013 program year. The Maple Leaf Quilters Guild meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Christ the King Church Parish Hall off of Route 4 (South Main Street) in Rutland; doors open at 6:30 p.m. Anyone interested in quilting is encouraged to join the Guild. A student membership rate is available. Nonmembers are welcome at meetings; there is a small guest meeting fee. For more information about the Maple Leaf Quilters visit the guild website www.

PEGTV showing Castleton games

Heron Brook to hold open house

PEGTV, Rutland County’s public access television station, will be broadcasting all home games for the Castleton State College Spartan football team this fall. The Spartan’s continue their season at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15, when they host Rensselaer. If you are unable to make it to the game you can watch the action live on PEGTV’s cable channel 20. If you miss the live telecast, the game will be made available later in the week on Channel 20 and via PEGTV’s video on demand portal located on their website. PEGTV is comprised of Channels 15, 20 and 21 and is available to all cable subscribers throughout Rutland County. Streaming programming, video on demand services and hyper-local weather forecasts are also available online at For more information, contact PEGTV at (802) 747-0151.

Heron Brook Haven will hold an open house from 1 to 6 p.m., Saturday Sept. 29, at 432 Kelley Hill Rd, Pawlet, Vt. A day of fun, music, creativity and celebration along with exhibits, demonstrations and offerings to showcase HBH, what we offer and those we “work” with. There will be a HBH-made and grown food table to delight your palette. Mark your calendar and join in the fun and be sure to be a part of our community art project. Heron Brook Haven offers personalized healing sessions, spiritual and holistic counseling, soul recovery, soul retrieval, class and workshops, educational programs, training and apprenticeships, retreats, sweat lodges, quests and more. Heron Brook Haven is located For more information or with any questions, please contact Jana at (802) 325-3880.

Churches sponsor Bible study St. Bridget Church and St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in West Rutland will host a 24-week Bible study entitled “The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation,” beginning Thursday, Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Bridget parish hall, 28 Church St.,

West Rutland. The free sessions include materials and Bibles, and will be facilitated by Brenna Claire Flanagan. Sessions are about 90 minutes. All are welcome. Please use the rear entrance to the parish hall.


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Cemetery committee looking for help The Fair Haven cemetery committee is looking for volunteer help on two work days. The group will work Saturday, Sept. 22, and again Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. until noon at the West Street Cemetery. Dress for the weather and physical labor. Meet at 8:45 a.m., bring your own tools, work gloves, insect spray and drinking water. The committee “desperate-

ly” needs help restacking the old stone walls, picking up fallen headstones and raking. This restoration project is an historic cemetery which has existed since the late 1700s. Call any of the members listed below by Sept. 17 to let them know you will be there. Tim Pockette, 265-4952, Mary McNeil, 342-3394, Charlotte Capron, 265-8641, Dani Roberts, 265-4791, June Wilcha, 265-4115.

Whitehall chicken barbecue Sept. 22

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The Sons of the American Legion Squadron 83 will host a chicken barbecue on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the post on Main Street in Whitehall. The menu will include a half

chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob and a roll. The cost of the meal is $9 and proceeds will benefit the Children’s Welfare Foundation.

Clark fifth for Vermont Alicia Clark had her own personal cheering section at her first college cross-country meet Sunday, and she put on a show for the group. Clark, a nationally ranked runner while at Granville, placed fifth in her first collegiate race, the Vermont Invitational, covering the fivekilometer course in 18 minutes, 10.6 seconds. She was the second Vermont runner to finish and was 12 seconds behind senior captain Kirsten Weberg, who was third. The race was held in Williston, Vt. Weberg finished behind champion Waverly Neer (17:41.7) and Erin Gillingham (17:48.2) of Columbia. Fellow freshman Nikki Braceras earned the team’s third top 10 finish with a time of 18:33.9 to place ninth. Horde coach Lance Jordan took his team to watch Clark run.

“It was a good race to kick the season off for Alicia. St. Michael’s and Columbia were both in attendance. Columbia features a few of the top runners in the country and for Alicia to finish fifth as a freshman is exciting, but she knows that she has a lot of hard work ahead of her to be one of the elites in the nation.” “The women were very aggressive today and were able to generate some fast times on a challenging course,” said head coach Matt Belfield. The Catamounts are back in action next Friday (Sept. 14) as they head to Durham, N.H., for a preconference meet hosted by the University of New Hampshire. The meet is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. at College Woods, which is the site of the 2012 America East Cross Country Championships.

Lionesses to host annual antiques appraisal show It’s reminiscent of “Antiques Roadshow” in Granville this week, as the Granville Lioness Club presents its sixth annual antique and jewelry appraisal Roadshow from 6 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the Granville Hook & Ladder Co. “People come from all over the area for this,” said organizer Nancy Williams. She said that about 66 people attended last year’s event. The show will feature Jim Marquis, a certified antique appraiser, and Ron Marcus of Freeman-Marcus Jewelry. “Jim Marquis is very entertaining and very humorous,” Williams said. “He’ll ask you questions about an item, and then tell you what he knows about it.” Guests are welcome to bring in jewelry, furniture, old tools, art, frames, china

and whatever other antique items they might have. “There’s always a ‘sleeper’ item every year whose value surprises everyone,” Williams said. The cost is $5 per item or three items for $10. The local version of the roadshow was supposed to be a one-time event, but “It was so popular, we decided to do it again,” said Williams. Refreshments include corn chowder, sandwiches and desserts, all of which are available for a small donation. All proceeds from the event go back into the community through various Lioness programs such as Thanksgiving food baskets and Christmas holiday donations. For more infor mation, please call Williams at 6420709.

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