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Senator Doyle
Receives Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce ®

VHS 30TH Annual


President’s
Award
page 2

“The Hungry Heart” to Play


Fall
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Northern
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Skies
Observatory
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Summer &
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The Heart of Vermont Craft Fair
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Fall Events
page 8 Fiber Arts & other fine crafts
The 251 Club of Vermont –
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Senator Doyle Receives VHS


President’s Award
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Vermont Historical Society’s annual meeting on Saturday,
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DMV-1 Vermont’s history through community documentaries, professor-
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delivery of quality, patient-centered care
and a supportive work environment for
staff. She will be tasked with leading and
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and high levels of patient satisfaction, indentified opportunities for
expansion, along with reorganization of provider practices. Prior
to her role with Gifford, Voci served as the Executive Director of
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Department of Public Health certified facility and Adult Day
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Voci received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care
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10-03-13
on September 18th.  Barre Elks has been hosting Senior Citizens
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Ben Jordan The Northeast Organic Farming
251.476.2507 Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT)
announces collaboration with approximate-
ly 70 restaurants, food markets, and food
cooperatives throughout Vermont for the
19th annual Share the Harvest fundraising
event. On Thursday, October 3rd, partici-
pating restaurants and food stores will
donate a percentage of their sales to NOFA-
VT’s Farm Share Program.
The Farm Share Program is dedicated to
working with Vermont individuals who cannot afford to purchase
fresh, local produce on a regular basis. All funds raised on October
3rd will benefit these individuals by subsidizing the cost of farm-
fresh produce from local Community Supported Agriculture
(CSA) farms.
The Farm Share program has been helping limited-income
Vermonters purchase food from local farms since 1994. In those
18 years, thousands of individuals and families have benefited
from a season’s worth of locally grown vegetables and fruits as
well as farm education initiatives. In 2013, over 1,400 individuals
and families have been served, leveraging over $73,000 of income
EXPERIENCE HEALTH CARE THAT ASPIRES TO BE AS for Vermont farmers.
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central Vermont area. For a full statewide listing of participating
Jake was running the world’s largest snowboarding company and hitting the slopes 100 restaurants, co-ops, and food stores, visit www.nofavt.org/STH.
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• Fresh Donuts Petting
Two Thrifty Sisters recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new location in downtown Barre. Pictured
• Apple Cider Zoo
are owners Marieka Larrabee and Heather Mass, with members of the Barre Partnership. The store is planning
a Grand Opening for the weekend of October 12th & 13th.
■ ■ ■ Live Remote Pumpkin
Restaurant with Local Roots Opens in Stowe Painting
Sushi Yoshi, which has been part of the ness in this very special part of Vermont where I
Killington restaurant scene for twenty years, has grew up,” says Freund. “We feel strongly that
opened a new location in Stowe, and for business
partner Nate Freund this represents a homecom-
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hosted “The Good Guys’ Party,” where locals
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Documentary focuses on prescription drug addiction and recovery in Vermont
Kingdom County Productions and presenting partner Brattleboro long-term recovery, for some it is a crutch, and for others
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Heart,” a new documentary film about prescription drug addiction we see Dr. Holmes struggling with these challenges and trying to
and recovery in Vermont. Hot off a sold-out premiere in St. Albans make sense and keep the faith in the midst of many contradic-
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The Hungry Heart, produced by Kingdom County Productions in their lives.
and directed by Bess O’Brien provides an intimate look at the In addition, the film interviews a number of older addicts who
often hidden world of prescription drug addiction through the share their stories of struggle and redemption. The road to recov-
work of Vermont Pediatrician Fred Holmes, whose patients strug- ery is paved with both success stories and strewn with relapses,
gle with this disease. downfalls and tragic losses. However, through the movie we see
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On September 18th, Green Mountain United
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Way held its annual campaign kickoff breakfast IN THE JOB MARKET
at The Steak House Restaurant on the Barre-
Montpelier Road, which was attended by approx-
imately 90 local business leaders, representatives Participate in the Governor’s Career Ready Program
of non-profit organizations and other support-
ers. OPEN HOUSE – CCV Montpelier
GMUW Executive Director, Nancy Zorn, Monday, October 7 from 11am - 12pm
opened the assembly with a warm welcome and Thursday, October 10 from 9am - 10am
introductions of staff and members of the Board
of Directors. This year’s Campaign Chairperson,
Catherine Hamilton, Ph.D., Vice-President of CLASS DATES October 14 - December 2
Planning at Blue Cross Blue Shield of VT, then
presented the following awards for businesses
Mondays & Thursdays, 9am - 12pm
and individuals who excelled in last year’s cam- CLASS AVAILABLE AT NO COST TO PARTICIPANTS.
paign or provided exceptional volunteer service:
- Community Impact Award: The Dental Day
Committee of Randolph
- Business Community Impact Award: Jamie
Dimick of Kingdom Access TV – Channel 7 of
St. Johnsbury
- Community Spirit Award: Sampson Ackerson
of Montpelier
Tyler Pelkey of YouthBuild
- Worksite Coordinator Award: Blue Cross
Blue Shield of VT
- Campaign Champion Award: Kevin Lunn YouthBuild, through which he became involved
Two guest speakers, Tom Longstreth, in the building trade and got himself away from
Executive Director of ReSOURCE of Barre, and poor life choices. During his captivating but
Tyler Pelkey of YouthBuild, very eloquently somewhat nervous description of his time
described the results their work in the commu- between quitting school and bettering himself
nity has accomplished, making it a better place to with the help of ReSOURCE and YouthBuild,

CCV
live. Longstreth showed how the missions of not a sound could be heard in the dining room. Contact Kelly Young
both ReSOURCE and GMUW are so similar in Upon completion of his talk, he received a well- at 802.828.4060 or
working to provide education and affordable deserved standing ovation.
housing. YouthBuild, an offshoot of ReSOURCE, For more information about GMUW and its www.ccv.edu/career kelly.young@ccv.edu
is a program designed to assist high school drop- fundraising campaign, call them at 802-229-
outs to complete their education and learn a 9532 or visit www.gmunitedway.org. Keep an
trade, keeping them from engaging in unhealthy eye out for the next press release, which will
or illegal behaviors. feature Catherine Hamilton’s keynote address at
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PUZZLES ON PAGE 29 Northern Skies Observatory Wraps Up Summer
CRYPTO QUIP EVEN and Announces Fall Events
EXCHANGE The Northeast Kingdom
Astronomy Foundation (NKAF)
is coming off their most suc-
cessful summer to date, and
excited to announce their
STICKLERS schedule for free events this fall
at Northern Skies Observatory
GO FIGURE (NSO) in Peacham.
NKAF’s first annual Summer
Solstice fundraiser back in
SNOWFLAKES June, with local celebrities
Bobby-Farlice Rubio and Mark
Breen, was a successful start to
the foundation’s new fundrais-
ing efforts, and it was also a
great time for the attendees.
That event was followed up
with a series of free Star Parties
and Open Houses. Several of
these had a great turnout of new
MAGIC MAZE amateur astronomers, their
families and friends.
Summer was completed with
SUDOKU five days and nights for teenag-
ers interested in hands-on con-
trol of the observatory’s sophis-
ticated, state-of-the-art astronomical equipment. This year’s Space 2pm, including use of a special solar telescope. Watch the sun
Camp built on previous experiences in new and exciting ways, and change before your eyes using proper filters to protect your
aligned with the NKAF’s mission of helping to improve science, vision.
technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in our Finally, the observatory is excited to participate in International
schools via inquiry-based learning. Emphasis was on accomplish- Observe the Moon Night on Saturday, October 12th from 6:30 to
ing individual and group study projects in which observational 9:30pm, along with the Peacham Library and Peacham School.
data was obtained with the use of the observatory’s instruments Family friendly activities, presentations and refreshments will be
and then presented to the parents on the last day. set up before the group steps outside to gaze at our natural satel-
This fall, Star Parties will be held at the Northern Skies lite.
Observatory on the First Friday of each month in October (10/4), Astronomy experts are available for presentations and conver-
November (11/1) and December (12/6) from 7 - 10pm. On clear sations in case of clouds whenever possible, and events are intened
FEAR KNOT KAKURO evenings, NKAF members will take portable telescopes out on the to be rain or shine.
lawn for gazing at celestial objects along with the community, in For information please email our Observatory Director, Damon
addition to using the 17-inch main scope for digital imaging. Cawley - damon@nkaf.org. Keep up with current events and hap-
A daytime Open House will be held in conjunction with penings at www.nkaf.org or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
Peacham’s Fall Foliage Day on Thursday, October 3rd from 11am- nkaf.org.
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Archives Month Celebrated in Vermont


October is Archives Month throughout the United States. In to register.
celebration, the Vermont Historical Society and the Vermont Also, the public is invited to an open house at the Leahy Library
Historical Records Advisory Board (VHRAB) are sponsoring on Tuesday, October 15, from 5pm to 7pm. This is free for anyone
three events for people interested in the theme: History Thrives in who would like to learn more about the library’s archival resourc-
Vermont Archives—Preserving the Past and Planning for the es. At 5:30pm, professor Jill Mudgett will speak about her search
SUPER CROSSWORD Future. for “Indian Joe” and how she has used VHS collections with great
“With more Vermonters taking special interest in family history, success in college classrooms. Several collections will be avail-
our Leahy Library is the place to come - it has the largest printed able for browsing to give attendees ideas on how they might be
genealogical collection in the state, supplemented by extensive used for instruction and research. Light refreshments will be
collections of letters, diaries, and other primary sources. This is served.
the place for genealogists, researchers, and students to explore
Lastly, on Tuesday, October 22, the VHRAB will host a half-
hidden resources right here in Vermont,” explained Paul Carnahan,
Vermont Historical Society’s librarian. day, hands-on workshop using Omeka, a free, open source web-
On Tuesday, October 1, at 2:00 pm, librarians Paul Carnahan publishing platform for the display of library, museum, and archi-
and Marjorie Strong will present a webinar, “Beyond Ancestry. val collections and exhibitions. This workshop is intended for
com: Using Archival Collections for Genealogical Research,” intermediate-level collections managers who want to try their
featuring an array of the library’s genealogical manuscript collec- hand at putting archival collections online. The three-hour work-
tions at the Vermont History Center in Barre. These resources will shop will be held at St. Michael’s College and will be led by UVM
be useful to genealogists who have exhausted the standard sources librarian Amber Billey. Contact Liz Scott at escott@smcvt.edu or
online. Participants will be able to interact with the VHS librarians (802) 654-2540 to register.
online and ask questions about genealogical resources at the For additional information on these events, contact VHS at
Leahy Library. Go to www.vermonthistory.org/research/genealogy (802) 479-8508.

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“It’s No Accident” Community Safety Workshops
Electrolysis
How do I know if my child is being bullied on the internet? October 10: Central Vermont
What is sexting and how can I set limits and be vigilant while my The neighbor is driving me nuts! Learn skills and options for
child navigates cyberspace? How do I deal with that neighbor who handling interpersonal conflicts better. Presented by the Community
is driving me nuts? My mother answered a phone call and lost her Justice Center.
retirement income- how could that have been prevented? I gave October 17: Permanent Hair Removal
the guy a down payment to fix my roof, and I never saw him Protect your money & identity: Hear how to identify and
again- what could I have done differently? How do I keep my respond safely to phone scams, identity theft, mail fraud and Call 802-223-1311
home and neighborhood safer? fraudulent solicitation. Presented by the Barre City Police Dept.
These and more questions will be addressed at a series of work- October 23: We Offer A Free Consultation
shops called “It’s No Accident,” hosted by the Greater Barre It’ll never happen to me! How to keep your property and neigh- Gentle Treatments
Community Justice Center throughout October, which is Crime borhood safe (including Neighborhood Watch). Presented by the
Prevention Month. Citizens will learn what to do to improve com- Barre City Police Department. Licensed Electrologists
munity safety and prevent crime. The schedule follows: All workshops will be held from 6pm to 8pm at Alumni Hall at Marge McGoff LE-CPE & Jayne Walker LE
October 2: the Barre Civic Center, 20 Auditorium Hill. There is ample free
Children and technology safety: Learn about cyberbullying and parking, and refreshments and coffee will be provided. This series www.CentralVermontElectrolysis.com
sexting and how to empower your children to use the internet and is supported by a grant from National Life Group. For questions,
cell phones safely. Presented by Circle. call 802-476-0276 or visit www.gbcjc.org.
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ENJOY DINNER AT APPLEBEE’S


and help support Central Vermont’s only premier accredited therapeutic riding
program. Clip out the coupon below and join us for dinner! Hope to see you there!
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Montpelier. Pictured here in rehearsals, the Reverend Parris (G. Richard
a local 501(C)(3) serving Central Vermont and
Ames) roughly accuses his slave Tituba (Meredith Watson) of using the
black arts on his stricken daughter Betty (Karli Robertson), seen in the
the Northeast Kingdom.
background tended to by his niece Abigail (Katelyn Manfre). For more
information and tickets, call 802-229-0492 or visit lostnationtheater.org
Good only on October 8, 2013 from 5:00 to 9:00 PM at the
Berlin Applebee’s off Exit 7 from I-89.
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Norwich Kicks Off Writers Series With


Renowned Poet and Translator
Norwich University will host a public talk by David Hinton, a
Vermont poet and translator of ancient Chinese poetry, on
Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 4:30pm in Chaplin Hall Gallery.
Hinton will compare modern U.S. environmental thought with
that of ancient Chinese culture, especially as reflected in the writ-
ing of the classic Chinese poets T’ao Ch’ien, Li Po, and Wang
Wei. This discussion will be followed by a book signing and Q&A
session.
In addition to his work as translator and poet, Hinton is a cre-
ative nonfiction writer whose most recent book, Hunger Mountain,
is about hiking Central Vermont’s Hunger Mountain while con-
templating the philosophy of the ancient Chinese. Hinton is the
first translator in more than a century to work with the four foun-
dational masterworks of Chinese philosophy.
He has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship and numerous
others from the National Endowment for the Arts and the National
Endowment for the Humanities. Hinton lives in East Calais,
Vermont.
“David Hinton’s translations of the antique Chinese poets have
not only introduced me to the much-needed worldview of the
Ch’an Buddhists, his treatment of those texts has allowed me and
my students to rediscover the challenge and power of poetry
itself,” said Norwich English Prof. Carl Martin.
This event kicks off the fall 2013 Writers Series, which is pre-
sented by the College of Liberal Arts and the Department of
English & Communications.
All events in this series are free and open to the public. Selected
books of poetry and Hunger Mountain will be on sale at the
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2± Acre Lot in Moretown, VT! The 251 Club of Vermont –
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135 N. Main St., Barre • 479-9512
New Hours as of July 1, 2012: Mon-Thurs 9-3, Fri 9-12
Books & Beyond Sale October is another busy month at the Barre Area Senior Center!
Friday, Oct. 4 from 2-7pm; Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9am-3pm Our monthly bingo game will be Wednesday, October 9 at 1pm,
GAL. We offer a large assortment of fiction and nonfiction, as well as our monthly board meeting will be October 10 at 10am followed
children’s and young adults’ books -- all from donations and by the book discussion on Poetry 180 at 1:30pm the same day. In
library de-aquisitions. Come and pick up that book you have
always wanted to read, or even find the perfect gift! Along with addition, September’s game day was so popular, it will become a
current titles, we have many “elderly /interesting” collectible monthly feature every 3rd Wednesday of the month. This month’s
books published in the 1800’s and up. Book sellers are welcome! game day will be Wednesday, October 16 from 11am to 3pm; stop
Most books are sold by donation, with some having suggested by and learn a new game and make new friends! This month’s foot
prices. clinic will be October 3 from 9am to 12pm.
The “Beyond” part of the sale is always a surprise, though Our craft supply sale will be October 12 from 9am to 3pm.
puzzles are a sure thing! All profits benefit Groton Library. Stock up on crafting supplies before the holidays!
Nifty Needles: Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 7pm Former director Cathy Hartshorn returns this fall to host a Write
Join us for an evening of camaraderie and crafting. Facilitated Your Story workshop, Thursdays at 9am beginning October 17
PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE by local master quilter Mary Schilke. Beginners welcome! (early sign up required). Learn a new language for free at the
WE WILL BE DELIVERING senior center! Denise Fortier will teach French lessons on
Crafts 4 Kids!: Fridays: Oct. 11, 18, 25 from 3-6pm Tuesdays at 10am beginning October 8 (sign up required).
IN BARRE All supplies provided for a variety of drop-in kids’ crafts – Looking forward to Halloween? So is the Barre Area Senior
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 something different each Friday!
Center! Join us in your best costume for a spooky party at 3pm on
Call 1-800-654-3344 by Noon Friday YA: Between the Covers: Monday, Oct. 21 at 6:30pm October 31 followed by passing out candy to trick-or-treaters on
Minimum 100 gal. delivery Book Club for teen and adult readers! This month’s read, Little Main Street at 4pm.
Brother by Cory Doctorow, is available at the library for lending. Seats are still available for our October 24 train ride on the
Book Discussion Group: Monday, Oct. 28 at 7pm Green Mountain Railroad! This trip will be loads of fun with
Night of Many Dreams by Gail Tsukiyama is the discussion beautiful Vermont scenery, a box lunch aboard the train, and time
topic this month. Available at the library for lending. to explore the White River Junction train station. Public welcome,
$70 per person. Call or email for more information or to sign up!
Crafts & Conversation: Every Wednesday from 1-3pm
Healthy Community Join us with your ideas and projects-in-process – or – just join us!
All of our programs are free and open to the public. Find us on
Our next trip will be to Indian Head Resort on November 11. This
trip will include free individual photos, cocktail reception, deluxe
luncheon buffet, photo & gift from Santa, floor show & dance
Classes Facebook (Groton Free Public Library) or contact Anne: groton-
libraryvt@gmail.com, 802.584.3358. Open M (2:30-7) W (10-4)
band. Cost is $75 per person, great fun for all!
As always, we welcome you to visit us and take part in activi-
Th (10-12) F (2:30-7) Sa (10-12). ties at 135 N. Main St., call us at 479-9512, visit our website,
Healthier Living Workshops barreseniors.org, email us at director@barreseniors.org and now
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Kellogg-Hubbard
Library News
The PlayCare Center
is now open from 6:30 AM LEAF REMOVAL
Montpelier to 5:30 PM. We are also
now offering flexible & FALL CLEAN-UP
Our Fall Colors Book Sale runs until Saturday, October 19.
This sale offers thousands of books, from shiny new bestsellers to scheduling which allows you ABARE LAWN CARE
antique curiosities. You can also find CDs, DVDs, music and to set your own schedule. & PROPERTY SERVICES
more. The books are organized by subject for easy browsing. Contact Jenny at
Hardcovers $2, paperbacks $1.
229-2869 Eric Abare
On Wednesday, October 2 at 7pm, join us for a First Wednesdays for a tour and information. 476-6941
program: Willa Cather’s Prairie Landscapes. The European
immigrant farmers in My Antonia and Cather’s other novels fail as
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often as they succeed. Amherst College professor Michelle Barale
examines the relation between Cather’s art and her very tangible
earth. First Wednesdays is a Vermont Humanities Council Program
hosted by the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.

Michael Shuman hosts a New Economy Lunch on Friday,


October 11 at noon. Author of several books including Local
Dollars, Local Sense: How to Shift Your Money from Wall Street
to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity, Shuman will discuss
how buying local can positively impact the economy. Karen Kitzmiller
On Wednesday, October 16 at 7pm, Karen Kane and Charlotte
Albers present Behind the Scenes: Gardens of Paris. A sneak
preview of Gardens of Paris, a small group interpretive tour
designed to educate and inspire. We’ll take you behind the scenes
Memorial
as we plan the trip and photograph a variety of gardens. We’ll
introduce you to charming courtyard gardens, a medieval herb
garden, green pockets and lush parterres, share insights, and seek
out hidden corners of the most fantastic city in the world.
Winter Coat
Transition Town Montpelier Third Thursday Series presents
author Ben Hewitt, discussing his new book, Saved: How I Quit
Worrying About Money and Became the Richest Guy in the
Drive
World, October 17, 2013 6:30-7:45pm. Ben will talk about how
debt money impacts our lives and relationships, and how we can
work on getting ourselves out of the debt trap and into a different
The Need is Great.
relationship with the whole economic system. Saved is the humor-
ous, surprising, and ultimately life-changing result of Hewitt’s
The Time is Now.
quest to understand the true role of money and mindless consum-
erism in our lives, a narrative that challenges everything we know Help a Neighbor…
about the meaning of money.

On Saturday, October 19 at 11am, join us for an author reading


Donate a Coat.
with Ron Tanner: From Animal House to Our House: A Love
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Colin McCaffrey.
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Good Beginnings of
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Oct. 9, 2013
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
174 River Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
New VT Veteran License Unveiled
PUBLIC NOTICE Gov. Peter Shumlin and Department of Motor Vehicles vice members will aid in providing all veterans the services and
Commissioner Robert Ide recently announced that the State of benefits they have so rightfully earned,” added
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) Vermont is now offering driver’s licenses and non-driver ID cards
designating veteran status.
Commissioner Ide. The feature
will provide valuable information
Department of Environmental Conservation “My administration is com- to first responders and will help
Solid Waste Management Program mitted to doing everything it the Office of Veterans’ Services
can to recognize and celebrate notify veterans of benefits they
Budzyn Removal & Recycle the remarkable sacrifice our are eligible to receive.
937 US Route 302, Berlin, Vermont 05041 veterans have made,” said Gov. Veterans’ licenses are now
Shumlin. “By adding a veteran available at all six DMV branch
designation on driver’s licenses offices and two mobile units,
The public is hereby notified that the Vermont Agency of Natural
Resources will be holding a public informational meeting and ID cards to the several vet- and are a free service to all
concerning the draft certification of this facility. eran designated license plates veterans upon license renewal.
currently available, the DMV is All those interested should
A copy of the application documents are available for public further acknowledging the sacri- register with the Office of
inspection during normal business hours at the Solid Waste fice of these brave men and Veteran’s Services before
Management Program’s Office (addressed below), between women.” applying.
8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or by calling “The increased visibility that
828-1138, and at the Berlin Town Clerk’s Offices. The Agency this designation provides our ser-
will be holding a public informational meeting on October 17th,
2013 at 6:00 PM at the Berlin Town Offices, 108 Shed Road in
Berlin, VT.
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City of Montpelier Announces Three Public Forums


on the draft certification in accordance with the Solid Waste
Management Rules.

on Important Development Projects


The Secretary will review and consider the comments received.
If the draft certification conforms with the Rules, a final
certification will be issued. If the application does not conform
to the Rules, a denial shall be sent to the applicant along with the The City of Montpelier has announced three upcoming public Transit Center at 1 Taylor Street will be held in the City Council
reasons for the denial.
forums aimed at soliciting resident feedback on important devel- Chambers at City Hall from 6pm to 8pm. The focus of this forum
Comments should be addressed to: opment projects in the City. is to provide an update on the project concepts and timeline and to
On Wednesday, October 9th, Gary Toth from the Project for solicit input from residents on the vision and design of the future
Dennis Fekert Public Spaces (http://www.pps.org/) will visit Montpelier to share Multi-Modal Transit Center and potential upper floor develop-
Solid Waste Management Program with residents some ideas on the use of public spaces. The Project ment. Potential development partners will be invited to the forum
1 National Life Drive, 1 Davis, Montpelier, Vermont 05620 for Public Spaces is committed to helping people create and sus- to hear resident feedback as they consider their proposals.
(802) 522-0195
tain public spaces that build stronger communities. Mr. Toth will Finally, on Wednesday, October 30th from 6pm to 8pm in the
Dennis.fekert@state.vt.us
provide guiding principles on the use of public spaces and will City Council Chambers at City Hall, there will be a public forum
facilitate a conversation with residents and city officials on how to present the preliminary plans for the Montpelier bike path that
“Central Vermont’s Newspaper” Montpelier can best use city assets.
will extend the current path from Granite Street to Gallison Hill
“This is an exciting opportunity to bring in a“Central
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Reiss’s Pieces
By Judy Reiss
STATE OF VERMONT
SUPERIOR COURT
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DOCKET NO. 1071-8-13WnPr DOCKET NO. 1061-8-13WnPr
IN RE ESTATE OF: IN RE THE ESTATE OF:
know that over the years, I have dis- if I liked the author Louise Penny and she was shocked that not PATIENCE M. CANDY EARL J. MONTAGUE
cussed books, authors and how much I only hadn’t I read any of her books, I hadn’t heard of her! Well, LATE OF: LATE OF:
enjoy reading. Well, I find the older I she insisted that I go right to a bookstore and buy one of her books, MONTPELIER, EAST MONTPELIER,
get, the more I read - and not only read, but because she was sure that I would like them. All of her books are VERMONT VERMONT
am obsessed about reading. What I wanted
to share with you today is my new favorite
based in Quebec, right across the border from Vermont in a small
village called Three Pines and her super hero is a superintendent of
NOTICE NOTICE
author and how I happen to find out about her. the Surete named Armand Gamache. TO CREDITORS TO CREDITORS
I am not sure how long ago it was but I assume it was about three So, I thanked her for her suggestion but when I got into the car, To the creditors of the estate of
To the creditors of the estate of
years ago, I was asked to go to Woodridge Rehab Center and read I sort of forgot about it. Well, a few days later I needed something PATIENCE M. CANDY, late of
Montpelier, Vermont. EARL J. MONTAGUE, late of
some of my columns and chat with anyone who wanted to discuss to read, so I went to one of our local bookstores and bought my East Montpelier, Vermont.
just about anything with me. I did, and had a lovely time. But just first Louise Penny. And to tell you that I was hooked is a gross I have been appointed to administer
this estate. All creditors having claims I have been appointed to administer
as I was leaving, a lovely older woman in a wheelchair stopped me understatement. I have now read all her books and am waiting with against the decedent or the estate must this estate. All creditors having claims
and asked if she could talk with me. Of course I said yes, and im- baited breath for her new one to come out this fall. Oh, I still love present their claims in writing within against the decedent or the estate must
mediately was amazed at everything she shared with me. Anne Perry, but now Louise has become my obsession. In fact, four (4) months of the first publication present their claims in writing within
Although she was then a resident at Woodridge, she told me how right now, I have not only read them all but am most of the way of this notice. The claim must be four (4) months of the first publication
she had been a librarian when she was younger and how she still through reading them all twice. presented to me at the address listed of this notice. The claim must be
below with a copy sent to the court. presented to me at the address listed
was a member of a book club where she lived for many years and Probably the best thing I can tell you is after 47 years, Malcolm below with a copy sent to the court.
The claim may be barred forever if
went to their meetings once a month. I was so pleased that she was agreed to read one of my suggestions and he appears to be hooked it is not presented within the four (4) The claim may be barred forever if
willing to share her thoughts and memories with me. But, folks, on Louise and Armand too. This is a guy who never read anything month period. it is not presented within the four (4)
here is, for me, the best part of her sharing. I suggested before. And that my friends is a huge compliment. Dated: Sept. 24, 2013
month period.
As we talked, she asked me what authors I liked best, and I told And I want to apologize to the lovely lady who gave me such a Dated: Sept. 23, 2013
Signed: William P. Cody
her my all-time favorite was Anne Perry and how I absolutely loved gift… I only hope she is still reading and making others as happy 292 Westwood Drive Signed: Arthur M. Montague
her novels about Victorian England. It was then that she asked me as she made me. Montpelier, VT 05602 P.O. Box 67
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Stephen Douglas
Publication Date: October 2, 2013 Publication Date: October 2, 2013
Address of Court: Address of Court:
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10 Elm Street, Unit #2 10 Elm Street, Unit #2
by Senator Bill Doyle Montpelier, Vermont 05602 Montpelier, Vermont 05602
he Democratic party in Vermont lost
any abolitionist support it still had in
1854, when Illinois Senator Stephen
Douglas (a native of Brandon) proposed
the Nebraska Act, which allowed new states
in the Nebraska territory to decide for themselves whether they
wanted to allow slavery. Douglas was described as a “steam engine
in breeches” and a “fountain of tobacco juice and spread-eagled NOTICE
oratory.” Economic expansion, thought Douglas, would help the Attorney John R. Durrance, Jr., is closing
nation forget the issue of slavery.
Douglas had not anticipated the vehemence of the opposition.
his law practice effective December 31,
He was assailed throughout the North by “Anti-Nebraska” groups, 2013. Any former client from 1997 to
and Vermont was no exception. The Montpelier Watchman called January 1, 2008 who would like her/his file
his actions a should notify Attorney Durrance by phone
Deed of Darkness.
... The deed was fitly done in darkness - for it was an evil
at (802) 262-2001 no later than October
deed... Every vote in the affirmative we regard as a stain 11, 2013 at noon. All files that were closed
upon the personal integrity of the man who casts it. Let before January 1, 2008 will be destroyed on
no such man be trusted. or about November 1, 2013 absent a request
At March town meetings the Nebraska Bill was condemned.
Charlotte censured Douglas, the bill’s sponsor. The town of
for the file by the former client as aforesaid.
Springfield declared that “we will vote for such men, and such Files that were closed on or after January
men only, as will use their vote and influence to protect this terri- 1, 2008 will be destroyed annually on the
tory from the encroachments of slavery.” Mass meetings protest- 6th anniversary of the closing of the file.
ing the Kansas Nebraska Act were held in Rutland, Chittenden and
Franklin counties.
After November 1, 2013 for any individuals
Senator Bill Doyle serves on the Senate Education Committee wanting files that were/are closed on or
and Senate Economic Affairs Committee, and is the Senate Assistant after January 1, 2008 they must request
Minority Leader. He teaches government history at Johnson State files in writing by making said request to
College. He can be reached at 186 Murray Road, Montpelier, VT
05602; e-mail wdoyle@leg.state.vt.us; or call 223-2851.
Stephen Douglas, Democratic presidential candidate of 1860 against the attention of John R. Durrance, Jr., P.O.
Lincoln; a native of Brandon.
Box 1436, Montpelier, Vermont 05602 after
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could think of to give to family and friends. He refused to sell any grandchildren. In earlier years she volunteered with the Central
of his work and instead, anything he made was done so out of love. Vermont Hospital Auxiliary, was a proud member of the Court St.
He is survived by his devoted wife and partner of 50 years, Celia, Monica Catholic Daughters of the Americas, and enjoyed taking
of Barre; and their children, Kathy McLoughlin and husband, art classes, where countless friendships bloomed. She was prede-
DAVIS, RITA, 67, died September 20 in Saint Tom, of Monroe, N.Y., and John Wilkin and wife, JoAnn, of ceased by her husband Lloyd, son John, and brothers David and
Albans. She was born Aug. 24, 1946, in Hardwick, Swanton; and four grandchildren, who all have their own special Nicholas Stafford. She is survived by four of her children: Lloyd
the daughter of Emile and Jeanne d'Arc (Bellavance) memories of "Grampie." He is also survived by his brothers, S. Grearson Jr. and wife, Denham, of Honolulu, HI; Norman
Dufresne. She was raised in Glover, and graduated Francis and wife Sue, Tom and wife Rita, and many nieces and Grearson of Hampton, N.H.; Virginia Sabens of Barre; and Brian
from Craftsbury Academy in 1964. In her earlier nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; his brother, James; Grearson and wife, Melanie, of Berlin; eight grandchildren; and
years she worked for National Life. On April 1, and by his grandson, Sean Thomas McLoughlin. four great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Alice
1967, she married Ross Davis after he returned from Otis of New York City, as well as nieces and nephews. While still
Vietnam. The couple lived in Craftsbury since 1968. She was living at home she appreciated the special friendship of caregivers
MAURAIS, DARELL EDWARD, 68, of East Helen Sabens, Andrea Poulin and Rita Benoit.
elected town treasurer in 1977, and was also elected the Craftsbury Barre, passed away September 21 at Dartmouth-
town clerk in 1983. She held those positions until 1987, when she Hitchcock Medical Center, after a brief illness. Born
went to work for the Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union, retir- on June 9, 1945, he was the son of Edward "Pete" WILLIAMS, LARRY LOREN, 66, of
ing as their business manager in 2011. She held several positions, Maurais and Hannah "June" (Taylor) Maurais. He Barre City, died September 18 at Central Vermont
including alumni association treasurer, Craftsbury trustee of pub- graduated from Spaulding High School in Barre in Medical Center. Born July 18, 1947, in Groton, the
lic funds, Craftsbury Academy trustee and treasurer, Craftsbury 1964. During and after school, he worked at Ormsby's son of Loren and Leona (Stevens) Williams. He was
selectman, and secretary and treasurer of the Salvation Army. In Appliance Store in Barre. Later, Darell worked for Crossway a U.S. Army veteran, stationed in South Korea dur-
2004, she received the Craftsbury Academy Alumni Award. She Motors in Berlin, Hutch Concrete in Barre, and the Unifirst ing the Vietnam era. He married Lorraine I. Menard
was also a member of American Legion Auxiliary Post #7 and Corporation in Williamstown. For 14 years, he owned and oper- in Haverhill, N.H., April 27, 1970. Mrs. Williams died in 2010. He
honorary member of the Craftsbury Academy National Honor ated Darwin's Sew and Vac in Barre, retiring in 2007. He had a worked as a custodian at the Concord, N.H. mall, retiring due to
Society. She enjoyed knitting, her flower gardens, and watching great knowledge of locations and streets throughout Vermont and disability in 2011. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Survivors
and feeding hummingbirds. Survivors include her husband, Ross New Hampshire, calling himself a "tour guide." He met his life- include two brothers, Lester Williams of Waterbury Center and
Davis of Craftsbury; two children, Lynn Paradis of Franklin, and long sweetheart, Marsha Tucker, in high school and they married Leo Williams of Williamstown, as well as nieces and nephews. He
LTC Stephen Davis, currently stationed in Carlisle Barracks in on April 10, 1965, in the East Barre Congregational Church. They was also predeceased by a brother, Lewis.
Pennsylvania; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; made their home in East Barre, raised two children, and were mar-
sisters, Lorraine Tolman, Doris Voyer, Jeannine Young, and Diane ried for 48 years. Darell was a lifetime member of the Canadian
Leslie; brothers, Leonel, Lucien, and Roger; and aunts, uncles, and Club in Barre. He took great pride in volunteering his time and INKEL, NORBERT ANDREW "BOB,"
cousins. She was predeceased by her parents, and by a sister, working for the Red Cross at their blood drawings. He also died September 12, at Lantern Crest Retirement
Pauline Smith. enjoyed working at the voting polls at Barre Town School. Darell Home in Santee, Calif. He was born in Kingscroft,
was happiest when he was with his family. He enjoyed mowing his Quebec, on Nov. 30, 1921. His father, Leon Inkel,
lawn, dancing, bowling, fishing, hunting, traveling to Florida, and was married to Marie Rose (Messier) Inkel. Together
GONYAW, DONNA LEE, 56, of East Hardwick, died September they had four sons, Ray, Ted, Norbert and Fred, and
18, at her home. She was born Oct. 12, 1956, in Lowell, the daugh- cooking a good steak on the grill. He loved relaxing on Sundays
to watch golf, baseball, football, or whatever sports were playing one daughter, Gabrielle. When Norbert was five years old, his
ter of Wilfred and Lorrette (Bovin) Sheltra. She attended Lamoille father died. The family moved from Quebec to Barre, where his
Union School in Hyde Park. On April 27, 1974, she married on the TV. He was a Boston Red Sox fan and a New York Giants
fan. In earlier years, he played on several men's softball teams in mother met and married Arthur Brule. They had two children,
Danny Lee Gonyaw in Hyde Park. They lived most of their mar- Maurice and Jeanette. Norbert graduated from Spaulding High
ried life in East Hardwick. She worked in the housekeeping the over-30 league. Survivors include his wife, Marsha Maurais,
his daughter, Vicki Abraham, one granddaughter and her father, all School in Barre. He later moved to Connecticut, and in 1942
department at Greensboro Nursing Home. She was also a seam- entered the U.S. Army during World War II. He also served in the
stress, sewing quilts at home. Later she baked at the Village Diner of East Barre; two brothers, Bob Comstock of East Barre, and
Brent Maurais of Barre; a sister, Bonnie Pemberton now of Royal Canadian Air Force during his time with the military. He
in Hardwick. She retired in 2006 due to failing health. She enjoyed met Katherine McSorley who was also in the Royal Canadian Air
hunting with her husband. Survivors include her husband and two Williamstown; his mother-in-law, Elva Chouinard and a sister-in-
law, Rosann Ward, both of Ocala, Fla.; and a sister-in-law, Joan Force at Mont Joli, near Montreal. They were married in 1946, and
sons, Dan Gonyaw and Jan Gonyaw, all of East Hardwick; three lived in Toronto, Canada; Barre; and Hartford, Conn., before mov-
grandchildren; her mother, Lorrette Mitchell, of Michigan; a Maurais of Naples, Fla.; and nieces and nephews. Besides his
parents, he was predeceased by his son, Jeffrey Maurais; his ing to California in 1953. They had two children, Marie (aka:
brother, Richard Sheltra, of South Carolina; three sisters, Linda Diana) and David Inkel. Norbert worked at General Dynamics in
Kent, Debbie Elliott and Sandy Clarey, all of Michigan; and many brother, Rockne Maurais; and uncles, Raymond Taylor and
Carlyle Taylor. San Diego for 40 years. He worked on the Atlas missile program
aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased at the Astronautics plant during the height of the aerospace era,
by her father and three siblings: Annette Sheltra, Gloria Willey and and was sent on assignment to Cape Kennedy, then known as Cape
Reginald Sheltra. WHEATLEY, JANET, 78, died September 18 at Mayo Healthcare Canaveral, to do special tool work on the Atlas missile, and wit-
in Northfield. She was born April 1, 1935, in St. Johnsbury, the ness a missile launch. At the end of the 40 years, he retired. He was
LAIRD, HAROLD L., 86, died September 20 at daughter of Joseph and Mary (Stansfield) Ryan. Janet moved to always busy. He loved gardening and fishing. He was married for
Genesis Health Center in Keene, N.H. He was born July 4, 1927, Barre with her family when she was very young. She attended 56 years. He was predeceased by his wife Kay; brothers Ray Inkel,
in Montpelier, the son of Clyde H. and Nettie (Getchel) Laird, and Barre schools and graduated from Spaulding High School in 1953. Ted Inkel and Maurice Brule; brother-in-law Orbert "Bob"
attended local schools. He served with the U.S. Navy Seabees in Following her education, she went to work at Hill-Martin Corp. as Hutchins; sisters-in-law Loraine Brule, Lorna Inkel and Mary
the South Pacific during World War II. He worked in trucking a secretary to Arthur Hill, Sr. She later worked at Rossi Buick Olds Inkel. He is survived by his daughter, Diana Prince and son, David
most of his life, retiring in 1987 from the former St. Johnsbury as a secretary and accounts receivable bookkeeper. She was mar- Inkel; as well as his two grandchildren, all of San Diego, Calif. He
Trucking Co. after 36 years of service. He was a member of the ried to John Wheatley Sept. 14, 1954. Mr. Wheatley died in 2007. is also survived by his sisters, Gabrielle Hutchins of Barre and
Teamsters Union local #597. He was also a member of the Elks Janet was a member of the Episcopal Church of Barre and the Jeannette Roy of Enfield, Conn.; and his brother, Fred Inkel of
1619 in Bellows Falls, Veterans of Foreign Wars in Alstead, N.H., Order of the Eastern Star Crescent Chapter, and was a past matron. North Hero, Vt. and Bonita Springs, Fla. In addition, he has
Order of the Eastern Star, Mizpah and Eunice, and American She enjoyed cooking, crossword puzzles and playing computer numerous nieces and nephews in the New England area and the
Legion Post #4 in Keene, N.H. He was past district deputy grand games. She also loved her many cats she had over the years, and Western United States.
master of the New Hampshire Masons and past master of St. Paul's enjoyed watching the birds at her feeders and all the other wildlife
Lodge #30 in Langdon, N.H. as well as secretary. Survivors that came to her yard. She loved to play the piano and enjoyed
playing Irish music. She is survived by her many nieces and neph- LACROIX, NORMAND JOHN PAUL, 79, of
include his wife, Jennie A. (Norton), whom he married Aug. 24, Williamstown, died September 22, at Heaton Woods
1946, in Montpelier; two children, Elizabeth Monty and Robert ews: Stan and Sharon Wheatley, Lyn and Jill Wheatley, Alan
Wheatley and Holly Harrington, Dale and Dorothy Wheatley, in Montpelier. His family had been at his bedside.
Laird, both of Alstead, N.H.; two sisters, Dorothy Cayia and Betty Born Nov. 19, 1933, in St. Sebastien, P.Q., he was
Bell, both of Barre; seven grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren Diane and Carl Pettersen, Steve and Susan Reynolds, Debra
Reynolds, Patricia and Barry St. Marie, Judith and Norm Mills, the son of Elzear and Lydia (Parent) LaCroix. On
and one great-great-grandson. He was predeceased by two sons, Jan. 2, 1960, he married Bibiane Therese Gagnon in
Harold Jr. and Willis Laird; one grandson; and two sisters, Cindy and Robert Keogh, Jeffery Benway, Stuart and Jeanette
Benway, Susan and Clarence Lyons, Robert and Patricia Ryan, St. Sebastien, P.Q. Most of their married life had
Lorraine Burl'e and Phylis Maranville. been spent in Barre City, and later in Williamstown. She died May
Alan and Peggy Perry, Cheryl Ryan and Tony Chaloux, many
grand-nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law: Lucille Ryan, Cindy 4, 2007. Normand had worked as a stonecutter and finisher in the
WILKIN, JOHN ROBERT, 73, of Barre, died Perry and Bertha Benway; and sister-in-law and brother-in-law, monument industry for many years, at Valz Granite Company,
September 21, in the home he built himself, surrounded by his Rebecca and Howard Reynolds. In addition to her husband and Anderson Friberg Company, Rouleau Granite Company and Beck
loving family. John was born August 1, 1940, in Barre, the son of parents, she was predeceased by her brother, Joseph Ryan, and and Beck Granite Company, where he retired. He especially
John W. and Cecile (Beaulieu) Wilkin. He graduated from nephews, Michael Ryan and Gordon Perry. enjoyed woodworking, woodcarving and spending time with his
Spaulding High School in 1958 and upon graduation, entered the grandchildren. Normand had been a member of the G.C.I.A., the
United States Marine Corps. John married Celia Jarvis on Barre Canadian Club, and Bishop Brady Council #399 of the
December 1, 1962, and together they raised two children. He GREARSON, ANNA STAFFORD, 97, a longtime Knights of Columbus. Survivors include his two sons: Luke
worked for Sprague Electric, Couillard's Heating Oil, and retired resident of Barre, died September 23 at the Woodridge LaCroix and wife, Mary, of Williamstown and Bruno LaCroix and
from Rouleau Granite Co. in 2002. Although not involved in orga- Nursing Home in Berlin, with family at her side. She wife, Lori, of Barre Town; and four grandchildren. He also leaves
nized clubs, John was known by many for his talent and generos- was born Nov. 9, 1915, in South Wallingford, the two sisters: Solange Morin and Clemence LaCroix; and his broth-
ity. As a teenager, he was known for his car repair skills and then daughter of Clarence Stafford and Elise Piche. A er, Raymond LaCroix; as well as numerous nieces and nephews,
during his working years, his machine repair skills were realized. lifelong Vermonter, Anna grew up in Island Pond, all in Canada. Besides his wife, Bibiane, he was predeceased by
One of his favorite sayings was, "If I can't fix it, it ain't broke." where she graduated from St. Mary's Academy. On his parents and his sister, Liette Gagnon.
Most impressive, however, was his retirement hobby of wood- Sept. 4, 1941, she married Lloyd S. Grearson of Barre, and made
working. He loved making furniture, games and anything else he her home on Hill Street for the next 72 years, until her brief stay
at Woodridge Nursing Home. She raised five children in the fam- BENOIT, LUCIENNE M., 98, passed away
ily home at which the yard - often overflowing with children - September 25 at the Woodridge Nursing Home in
served as the center of neighborhood activity. Anna was proud of Berlin. Born in Websterville on Dec. 29, 1914, she
her home and particularly enjoyed sharing her fine culinary skills was the daughter of the late Damase and Albertine

NORTHEAST with family. She loved hosting holiday gatherings and welcoming
the sixth generation of Grearsons to 123 Hill Street. Talented and
gifted, she enjoyed a variety of art forms, including water color
(Groleau) Martineau. Lucienne attended Holy Ghost
Convent in Graniteville, and St. Michael's High
School in Montpelier. After her schooling she helped

GRANITE and pastel painting, stenciling and rug hooking, in the process
creating priceless pieces cherished by family and friends. Her love
and knowledge of flowers was evident in beautiful gardens at her
her parents in the operation of their boarding house. In 1939, she
married Adelard Benoit in St. Sylvester Catholic Church in
Graniteville. After their marriage, they made their home in
Orange, where they owned and operated a dairy farm. In 1951,
COMPANY home, tended lovingly by both Anna and Lloyd. An avid reader,
Anna always had the day's crossword puzzle and a mug of tea at
her side, with a stack of books which she enjoyed reading in both
they moved to Barre City where they made their home and raised
their family. Lucienne was predeceased by her husband in 1963.
In 1963, Lucienne was employed at National Life Insurance Co. in
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spent most of the next two decades teaching at
Kelley of Barre; she was a very special friend to UNH, while also teaching at and creating part-
Lucienne. She was predeceased by two brothers, nerships with European universities including
Edgide and Eugene Martineau, and one infant IMD in Switzerland, Cranfield in England, and
sister, Annette Martineau. IESE in Barcelona. She also consulted exten-
sively for clients large and small around the
world. At UNH she would develop several
SPRAGUE, PROFESSOR
important programs, including the Executive
LINDA GREINER, of Cambridge,
MBA Program and Manchester Manufacturing
Mass., a pioneer in the fields of
Management Center. She would be named
Industrial Management and
Professor Emerita in 2006. In 1997, Linda was
Executive Education, died
invited to join the faculty of the China Europe
September 9 at Belmont Manor in
International Business School in Shanghai
Belmont, Mass. Linda was born in
(CEIBS). At CEIBS, Linda taught and held key
Barre, to Rachel Bilodeau Greiner and Ernst
positions which contributed to the school's
(Dan) Greiner. Even as a young child, she was
development: writing CEIBS' Articles of
fascinated by the manufacturing side of her fam-
Association, serving as the first Chair of the
ily's granite business. After graduating from
Accreditation Committee, and writing its
Spaulding High School in 1956 as valedictorian,
Strategic Plan. When Linda left in 2007, she was
Linda enrolled at MIT as one of a very few
named the first professor Emerita of CEIBS.
women among 7,000 students, and one of even
Throughout her career, Linda devoted tremen-
fewer studying Industrial Management. Linda
dous energy to professional organizations dedi-
served as Editor-in-Chief of MIT's student paper,
cated to developing the implementation and
managed the student radio station, and won
teaching of industrial management best practic-
MIT's Karl Taylor Compton Award for service to
es, including the Decision Sciences Institute and
the Institute, all three "firsts" for a woman. At
the International Society for Inventory Research.
MIT, she met her future husband, Christopher
She was proud to be named a Fellow and serve
Sprague. After earning an MBA from Boston
as President of both bodies. After her retirement,
University in 1967, she became the third woman
Linda returned to her home in Cambridge, Mass.
ever admitted to Harvard Business School's 802-229-0491 lostnationtheater.org
In 2011, she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's
Doctoral program, at a time when women were
disease and moved to an assisted living facility Thursday-Sunday, October 10-27
still not allowed to teach there. While still at
in Cambridge, where she lived comfortably until
Harvard, Linda was hired at the graduate busi- 7PM Thu • 8PM Fri & Sat plus 2PM Sat Oct 12 montpelier city hall arts center
shortly before her death. Linda's husband Chris
ness school at the University of New Hampshire 7PM Sun except 2PM Sun Oct. 27 39 main street
died in 2005. She is survived by her son, James
(formerly the Whittemore School). As a Professor
Sprague and wife Kim in Massachusetts; daugh-
of Operations Management, she would ulti-
ter Barbara Naeger and husband, John, of New
mately enrich UNH for three decades with her
Hampshire; and five grandchildren. Memorial
global perspective. In 1977, Chris suffered a
services will be held at a later date.
massive stroke that would leave him physically
incapacitated and hospitalized
for 28 years until his death.
Linda personally involved her-
self in his treatment plan,
building on the medical knowl-
edge she gained while doing
her dissertation on capacity
CVMC’s Berlin Urology Welcomes Urologists
planning for hospitals.
Demonstrating her characteris-
tic resolve, she pressed ahead
Peter Holoch, MD and Scott Perrapato, DO
with her work to provide for
her children, and to ensure that
Chris would always have the
best possible care. Linda's
Scott Perrapato, DO Peter Holoch, MD
enduring relationship with Director, Computer-Assisted Robotic Medical School: University
China began in 1980, when she Surgery, Fletcher Allen/UVM;
was invited by the U.S. of Vermont College of
Commerce Department to join Coordinator, Genitourinary Cancer Medicine
a team of U.S. professors to Multidisciplinary Clinic; Urologic
create China's first formal Residency: University of
management training program Oncologist
in Dalian. The year 1980 was Iowa - Urology
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China, not long after the end of
Fellowship: University of
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the Cultural Revolution. While Iowa - Urology
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opportunity to learn about Transitional; Metropolitan
China's manufacturing base by
getting right onto the factory Hospital - Transitional
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by Edward Ferrari Jr., R.Ph.


Excess Weight
Ups Cancer Risk
An analysis of several studies dis-
covered a definite link between extra
THE DIET PROVEN TO PREVENT HEART ATTACKS weight an cancers of the colon, rec-
Because heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United tum, esophagus, pancreas, endome-
States, any steps that can be taken to prevent heart attacks should be trium, kidney and breast. Fat cells

Kwasnik-Bibeau
considered. It therefore comes as very important news that a large, produce substances that may pro-
randomized clinical trial has found that a Mediterranean-style diet
mote the development of cancer.
can sharply reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and death from
Derek Alan Bibeau and Vui Thi Bui Kwasnik were united in
Card Shower heart disease. Previous observational studies have suggested that a Another study of just women showed
marriage on Saturday August 17, 2013. Pastor Mike DeSena offi- for diet rich in olive oil, nuts, legumes, vegetables, and fish; low in red that postmenopausal overweight or Ex
ciated the ceremony at the Kwasnik family residence in Dulcina and processed meat, full-fat dairy, and commercial baked goods; obese women had a 40% increased Ups
and moderate amounts of wine offered health benefits. However, the risk of breast cancer and premeno-
Williamstown. Derek is the son of Brian and Lori (Tucker) newer, more rigorous study
Bibeau. Vui is the daughter of Arliene Pearson and (the late) (Delly) ■ ■ ■
shows that the Mediterranean Research has shown that a Mediterranean diet
pausal overweight women had a
Douglas Kwasnik. diet regimen could cut the is not just associated with a reduced risk of 61% higher risk of colorectal cancer.
The bride was escorted by her brother, Justin Kwasnik. The best
Perry’s risk of heart disease by 30 death from heart disease. It’s also associated The good news is that we can reduce W
man was Kyle Booth and maid of honor was Xuan Goewey. 100th percent. with a reduced risk of death from cancer, as
well as a reduced incidence of Parkinson’s
risk by shedding those extra pounds
Ben
Bridesmaids were Andrea Bibeau, Christele Boigris, Huyen Birthday P.S. Simply adding a and Alzheimer’s diseases. At ROWAN COURT
with a healthy diet and exercise.
Kichen and Lydia Kwasnik. Groomsmen were Alex Girelli, Andy few elements of the HEALTH & REHAB CENTER, we offer state-
O’Connor, Josh Seidman and John Yesalonia. Ring Bearer was Oct. 12 Mediterranean-style diet to a
traditional Western diet will
of-the-art physical therapy services through
“Baby Slim” CinJin Goewey, Jr. accompanied by Alicia Rosato. Premier Therapy Services, one of America’s
Flower Girls were Julia Dunn, Christine Pompei, Hana Siegars, Dulcina Perry not have the same beneficial most successful providers of therapeutic
Emma Vogt and Molly Vogt. Berlin Rehab effect on heart health as a true services.. For more information, please call
98 Hospitality Dr. Mediterranean-style diet. 476-4166. We are located at 378 Prospect St. 20 South Main Street
A reception followed the ceremony with over 200 family and Barre • 479-3381
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Woodridge Celebrates 20 Years Integrative Acupuncture National Acupuncture and


This month Woodridge Rehabilitation and dence as possible,” stated Woodridge & Oriental Medicine Oriental Medicine Day
Nursing is celebrating 20 years in their facility Administrator Ursula Margazano. Thursday, Oct. 24 • 6:00 to 8:00 PM
on the Central Vermont Medical Center campus Woodridge was deficiency free in their recent
in Berlin. annual state survey. Five surveyors spent two
CVMC was built in 1968 combining Heaton days at Woodridge reviewing their compliance •Tai Chi
Hospital in Montpelier and Barre City Hospital. with all licensing rules and regulations. “Those •Massage
Hospital trustees decide to keep the two old hos- of you who are familiar with licensing surveys
pital buildings and turn them into nursing homes know that being deficiency-free is remarkable •Acupuncture
which became known as Heaton Woods and and quite extraordinary,” noted CVMC President
McFarland House. and CEO Judy Tartaglia. •Herbal Teas
Woodridge Nursing Home was built on the Twenty-five of today’s more than two hundred •Medicinal
CVMC campus to replace the two nursing homes full and part-time employees have been employed
which had operated for more than 20 years in at Woodridge since opening day. Some of the 25 Snacks
buildings that were decades old themselves. were previously employed at Heaton Woods and Kerry Jenni, L.Ac. and
Woodridge opened in 1993 with 153 beds “for McFarland House, moving to Woodridge with Joshua Singer, L.Ac.
long–term and not-so-long term care.” the residents. 802-223-0954 $5 fee for acupuncture
Today Woodridge Rehabilitation and Nursing For more information on Woodridge for return patients,
provides both long-term and short-term care to Rehabilitation and Nursing visit www.cvmc.org/ 156 Main Street, Montpelier
FREE for new patients.
individuals needing nursing and rehabilitation woodridge. For questions about admissions or to www.integrativeaom.com
services. “Whether residents are here for short- have a tour, contact Sheri Speirs, 802-371-4712
term or long-term care, our primary goal is or sheri.speirs@cvmc.org.
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The Yankee Chef


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TM
SARIES (March 21 LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A col-
to April 19) Your league could make a request that might place
Aries charm helps you in an awkward position with co-workers. My name is James Bailey and I AM THE YANKEE CHEF! I have been cook-
persuade others to Best advice: Share your concerns with an associ- ing since the age of 14 years, when my Dad opened his third restaurant in
listen to your pro- ate you can trust. Maine. I currently write food columns for several New England newspa-
posal. But it’s still a long way from acceptance, pers, The Maine Edge (found online at themaineedge.com) and the Villager
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Your Newspaper (found onlne at villagernewspaper.net). I have written several
unless you can stand up to the tough questions energy levels are way up, allowing you to take
that are set to follow. cookbooks and I blog at theyankeechef.blogspot.com. Find me on Twitter
on the added challenge of a task you’ve been and check out my youtube videos. I am also a Yankee Food Historian and a
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Plan to share a hoping to secure. Expect this move to lead to an professional genealogist. Visit my website at www.theyankeechef.com
weekend getaway from all the pressures of your important opportunity.
hectic workaday world with a very special
someone. You could be pleasantly surprised at SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Yankee Spiced Nut Cake microwave for
1 minute and
what develops. Your continuing sense of confidence in what My grandmother had a woodstove in her kitchen
you’ve set out to do gives encouragement to oth- soak cranber-
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your keen insight and the smells from her baking drifted throughout ries in cider
ers. Expect to see more people asking to add the entire house. This cake is not only warmly aro-
once again helps you handle a challenging situ- their efforts to yours. matic, but has the flavor that transcends genera- until needed.
ation with a clearer perception of what it’s really tions. I am instantly yanked back to my childhood Spray a 9 x
all about. What you learn helps you make a dif- CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) You and I think you will be pleased with it as well. 12-inch square
ficult decision. might think it would be best to reject a sugges- baking pan with
tion others insist would be unworkable. But you 1/2 cup apple cider nonstick cook-
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) If you want to
steer clear of getting involved in a new family might be surprised by what you find if you give 1/2 cup chopped, fresh cranberries ing spray liber-
dispute, say so. Your stand might cause hurt it a chance. 2 cups flour ally.
feelings for some, but overall, you’ll be respect- AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) 2 tsp baking powder W h i s k
ed for your honesty. Changing a decision might disappoint some 1 tsp cinnamon together flour, baking powder, cinnamon and
people, but the important thing is that you be 1/4 tsp salt salt in a medium bowl. Cream butter and sug-
LEO (July 23 to August 22) Expect recognition ars in a medium mixing bowl. Add eggs and
for your efforts in getting a project into opera- honest with yourself. Don’t go ahead with any- 6 Tbsp butter or margarine, room temp.
thing you have doubts about. 1/2 cup brown sugar, packed almond extract and mix until combined. Stir
tion. Besides the more practical rewards, your together yogurt, and apple butter. Add to wet
Lion’s heart will be warmed by the admiration 1/4 cup granulated sugar
PISCES (February 19 to March 20) There could 2 eggs mixture alternately with flour. Stir in the cran-
of your colleagues. be some fallout from an emotional confrontation berries and cider with the walnuts until well
1/4 tsp almond extract
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Set aside that you really should deal with before moving 1/4 cup plain yogurt combined.
time to rid yourself of clutter that might well be on. Best to start fresh with a clean, clear slate. 3/4 cup apple butter Pour batter into prepared pan and bake
drawing down your creative energies. Consider BORN THIS WEEK: Your honesty not only helps 1 cup broken or crushed walnuts 22-25 minutes or until a toothpick insert
asking someone to help you decide what stays you make decisions for yourself, but also helps comes out clean. Allow to cool for 5 minutes
and what goes. others find the right choices for themselves. Preheat oven to 350º F. Heat apple cider in and then remove from pan, cut and enjoy.
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VT • 802-234-9400 Montpelier Elks Soccer Shoot
wk 5 The 2013 Soccer Shoot for the Montpelier Elks Lodge #924 was
held September 8th. The following were the 1st place finishers by
each age group. They will be advancing to the State Soccer Shoot
2013-14 RULES in St. Albans on the 13th of October.
1. One winning entry per eligible person per household.
2. Mail or bring your entry to The WORLD, 403 Rte. 302, Barre, VT 05641 U8 Girls: March Lumbra Boys: Mason Harvie
by Friday, 5:00 p.m. before Sunday's game. U10 Girls: Emily Coates Boys: Ben Collier
3. In case of a tie, the winner will be determined by a tie-breaker. Any further U12 Girls: Chloe Hanson Boys: Leo Riby-Williams
tie-breaker will be determined by a drawing.
4. Each week's winner will be eligible for the End-of-the-Season Grand Prize to be U14 Girls: Noel Riby-Williams Boys: Collin McFaun
awarded to the 3 contestants with the most weekly wins.
5. Winner's names will be published in the following week's issue of The WORLD. ■ ■ ■
End of the season winners will be notified by the WORLD.
6. Must be 18 years and older to play.
7. Contest not open to WORLD employees or their immediate families.
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WEEK 5 • SUN, OCT 6


Capital Hockey Club
Saturday—Qualifying for all divisions
■ New Orleans @ ■ Chicago 1:00 PM Sunday—Feature events,
Begins 41st Year
■ New England @ ■ Cincinnati 1:00 PM including: 3 segments of Milk Bowl
■ Detroit @ ■ Green Bay 1:00 PM Late Model stock car action, along with
■ Kansas City @ ■ Tennessee 1:00 PM Tiger Sportsmen, Street Stocks and the The Capital Hockey Club, about to begin its 41st year as
■ Seattle @ ■ Indianapolis 1:00 PM rowdy Rough Riders for their final 2013
Central Vermont’s oldest adult hockey program, has openings in
Jacksonville @ St. Louis 1:00 PM appearance!
■ ■ two of its four programs this winter. In its Monday-Tuesday night
■ Baltimore @ ■ Miami 1:00 PM A/B Ability Program, the club has room for three skaters. And in
Philadelphia @ NY Giants 1:00 PM Adults: 2-days: $30 Kids 6—12
■ ■ its C/D/F Ability Program, the Club has room for six skaters and
■ Carolina @ ■ Arizona 4:05 PM Saturday Only:$10 FREE! two goalies.
■ San Diego @ ■ Oakland 4:25 PM Sunday Only: $25 Games are on Monday and Tuesday evenings, pickup style
■ Denver @ ■ Dallas 4:25 PM hockey for 90 minutes each at Norwich University’s Kreitzberg
Arena (Tuesdays) and at Montpelier’s Central Vermont Memorial
TIE BREAKER Civic Center (Mondays) starting October 14 and 15 and running
■ Houston @ ■ San Francisco 8:30 PM to early March, 2014.
All of the Club’s programs are FUN Hockey, with NO body
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WEEK'S
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All calendar submissions should be sent to editor@ Ctr, $5 for OLLI non-members, 1:30pm. 223-1763.
Central Vermont Rotary
“Last Chance” Yard Sale
vt-world.com or mailed to The WORLD, Attn: Willa Cather’s Prairie Landscapes. Michele
Calendar, 403 U.S. Route 302, Barre, Vt. 05641. The Barale examines the relation between Cather’s art and
deadline is 5:00pm, Thursday preceding publication. her very tangible earth. A VHC First Wednesdays lec-
The Ongoing section is for free/low cost community ture. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 7pm. Info. 223-3338.
events, which should be verified monthly. We are no
longer able to include ongoing classes. NORTHFIELD- Book Discussion: Poetry and Tales
by Edgar Allan Poe. Part of Vermont Humanities Saturday, Oct. 5
Wednesday, October 2 Council’s “Masters of the Short Story” series. Brown
BARRE- Farmer’s Market. Fresh produce, plants,
baked goods, meats, eggs, crafts and much more. City
Public Library, 7pm. Info. 485-7423.
Poet/Translator David Hinton. Hinton will com- at The WORLD
Hall Park, 3-6:30pm.
pare U.S. environmental thought with that of ancient
Chinese culture, foll. by Q&A and book signing.
Barre-Montpelier Rd.
Senior Day. Featuring a performance by Marko the
Magician. Aldrich Public Library, FREE, 1:30pm.
Chaplin Hall Gallery, Norwich Univ., FREE, 4:30pm. MISCELLANEOUS
PLAINFIELD- NEK Fall Foliage Festival. Coffee
Info. 476-7550 x303. hour, Grace United Methodist, 9am; foliage tours HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Children and Technology Safety Workshop. 10am & 1pm; crafts, displays, etc; luncheon, $5, 11:30-
Learn about cyberbullying and sexting and how to 1pm; afternoon entertainment; BBQ Chicken Supper, STILL WANTED -
empower your children to use the internet and cell $10, 5pm & 6pm. RSVP 454-7301 or 454-8306.
phones safely. Alumni Hall, FREE, 6-8pm. 476-0276. Poetry Carpool to See Billy Collins. Collins will be
must be in good shape.
“Break the Chain” Dance Rehearsal. Get ready reading and speaking at UVM’s Ira Allen Chappel as Call Gary at The WORLD 479-2582
for the One Billion Rising event in Barre on October part of VHC’s Vermont Reads program. Gather at or bring to The WORLD at 403 US Rt. 302 (B-M Rd.), Berlin
23rd to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Cutler Library, 5:30pm to carpool. Info 454-8504.
Barre Evangelical Church, 17 So. Main St., noon. STOWE- The Pirates of Penzance. Stowe Theatre
BERLIN- Cancer Recurrence Discussion. How to Guild presents the much-loved musical by Gilbert and
This Is A Benefit Sale - See You There!
cope with and ease your fears of recurrence. Hosted by Sullivan. Town Hall Theatre, $20/$10, 8pm. Info. 253-
VT Cancer Survivor Network. CVMC conference 3961.

You are Invited to learn


room #2, 6:30pm. RSVP to 652-5064.
MARSHFIELD- Classic Film Series. This 1987 Thursday, October 3
Woody Allen film is a nostalgic look at radio’s golden BARRE- GED Testing. Social studies, science &
age. Screening and discussion led by Tom Blachly & reading at 3pm, take 1 or 2; writing at 5:30pm, math at
Rick Winston. Jaquith Library, FREE, 7pm. 6pm, take only one. Barre Learning Center, 46
MONTPELIER- Climate Change and Nature in Washington St. Pre-register 476-4588.
Our Backyards. Pres. by writer/naturalist Nona
Estrin. Part of Osher series. Montpelier Senior Activity continued on next page

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Hear Brian’s Powerful Story and others who now say,


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starting October 13th at 6:00 p.m.
at 43 Berlin Street, Barre

For more info call 476.3221


or see our website, ChristCommunityVT.org

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32nd
MONTPELIER- Colin McCaffrey and Friends. Swing, jazz and Barre Lions Club 75th Anniversary Celebration. With prime rib
Community Service country. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212. dinner or vegetarian lasagna. Canadian Club, $25. Call Rick Theken to
Laugh Local VT Open Mic Comedy Night. See comics try 5-7 min- reserve before 9/27, 479-9002.
Recognition Dinner utes of new material in front of a live audience. American Legion, 21 Main BARNET- NEK Fall Foliage Festival. Pancake breakfast at Barnet Ctr
St., donations welcome, sign up 7:30pm, show 8pm. 793-3884. vestry, 8am-11am; crafts, wagon rides, bus tour; lunch at McIndoes
Fall Rummage Sale. St. Augustine Church, 16 Barre St., 4pm-7pm. Church, 11:30am; coffee hour at West Barnet Church, 1-4pm; Ham
Canadian Club Dinner, $10, starts 4pm, RSVP 633-2242. Info. 633-4397.
Computer Technology Assistance. Local students will provide intro-
ductions and help with email, Facebook, word processing & more. CALAIS- Katie Trautz and Jay Ekis. At Whammy Bar, Maple Corner
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 Montpelier Senior Activity Ctr, 58 Barre St., 10am-noon. 223-2518. Store, FREE, 7:30pm.
Essential Oils for Boosting Your Immune System. Presentation by 53rd Annual Calais Fall Foliage Festival. Meals, music, events &
6:00pm Lauren Andrews, R.N. and Certified Aromatherapist. Hunger Mtn Coop, exhibits at the Maple Corner Community Center and throughout the Town
$10 members/$12 non, 6-7:30pm. Pre-reg. 223-8000 x202. of Calais. Flyers posted throughout the area and town.
Tickets: $20 per person CHELSEA- Chelsea Farmers Market. Veggies, baked goods, meats,
PEACHAM- NEK Fall Foliage Festival. Registration & crafts, Town
Available at the Aldrich Public Library Hall, 9am-3pm; book sale & exhibits; scenic bus tour, $3, 10:15am; lunch crafts, more. Last market of the season will include pumpkin games, plus
at school, $6, 11am-1:30pm; ghost walk, $4, 2pm; Spaghetti Supper, story time at 3pm. North Common, 3-6pm. 685-9987.
2013 Honorees� $10/$5, 5pm & 6:30pm, tickets at door. Info. 563-3113. GROTON- Books and Beyond Sale. Large assortment of fiction, non-
Northern Skies Observatory Open House. Use our special solar tele- fiction, kids’ and young adult books, plus puzzles & more. Most by dona-
scope to watch the sun change before your eyes (w/filters to protect your tion. Groton Free Public Library, 2-7pm.
vision). N. S. Observatory, FREE, 11am-2pm. www.nkaf.org HARDWICK- Annual Fall Rummage Sale. Sponsored by Women’s
STOWE- The Pirates of Penzance. Town Hall Theatre, 8pm. See Fellowship of the church. United Church, South Main St., 1-5pm.
Chet Linda description 10/2. Vermont Vaudeville: Hurry Up and Wait. Variety show featuring
Briggs Livendale Vermont Health Connect Introduction. Vermont navigators will offer music, comedy, circus arts and more. Hardwick Town House, $10/$5 kids,
John & Janet a one hour introduction to the new insurance marketplace. Stowe Free 8pm. Tix at Galaxy Books or www.VermontVaudeville.com
Harry Poeton Karen � Library, 6pm-7pm. MONTPELIER- Fall Migration Bird Walk. Beginners welcome,
Hinrichsen Lauzon WAITSFIELD- Meet with Vermont Health Connect Navigators. binoculars available. North Branch Nature Center, $10 adults/free for kids
& members, 7:30-9am. Info. 229-6206.

Get answers to your questions about the new health care exchange. Open
Sponsored by the Barre City Joint Service Clubs to all. Mad River Valley chamber of Commerce, 10am-1pm. Art Walk. Exhibits and special events at a variety of locations around
WATERBURY CENTER- Rumors. Neil Simon’s hilarious comedy of town. Downtown Montpelier, 4-8pm.
misunderstandings & miscommunications among friends. Waterbury New Nile Orchestra. Don’t miss this Afro-beat dance party. Sweet
Got Something To Sell?
Festival Playhouse, $25 advance/$27 door, 7:30pm. Info. 498-3755. Melissa’s, Langdon St., $5 cover, 9pm.
Fall Rummage Sale. St. Augustine Church, 16 Barre St., 9am-2pm.
Friday, October 4 Reiki Clinic. Sessions with Reiki Master Lynne Ihlstrom. Montpelier
BARRE- Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. An evening with the iconic and pro- Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre St., $15 per 1/2 hour session (hour ses-
foundly influential band. Part of the Celebration Series. Barre Opera sions also avail.), noon-4pm. Call 522-0045 for an appointment.
403 U.S. Rt. 302 - Berlin • Barre, VT 05641 House, $22-$37, 8pm. Info. 476-8188. Carrotopia Art Opening. Meet Jackie Smith & Erik Nielsen, artists
479-2582 • 1-800-639-9753 • sales@vt-world.com behind the Carrotopia multi-media collaboration currently at MSAC.
Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre St., 4:30-8pm. 223-2518.
Cathy Stevens-Pratt Art Opening. Whimsical and colorful paintings,
prints and cards. The Cheshire Cat, 28 Elm St., 4-8pm. 223-1981.
Domestic Violence Art Exhibit. One-night, multi-disciplined art experi-
ence feat. local artists, musicians, poets & more, in honor of Domestic
Violence Awareness Month. 43 State St., 4pm-midnight. 223-5624.
Harvest Festival. Potluck dinner with entertainment by Jon Gailmor,
raffle, bake sale, face painting and activities. Fundraiser for TICC. Turtle
Island Children’s Center, by donation, 4:30-6pm. 229-4047.

Barre, Vermont
Open House. Learn about Waldorf education and visit our Montpelier
Early Education campus. Orchard Valley Waldorf’s School Child’s Garden,
155 Northfield St., 4:30-6pm.
Small Works Reception. Featuring works by CCV students, staff, fac-
Saturday, October 5th ulty, alumni. Community College of Vermont, 660 Elm St., 4-7pm.
continued on next page

Tickets will available for purchase at event.


Gregoire’s VIOLIN SHOP
VENDER EXPO: 3pm Making & Restoring Fine Violins
Violin • Viola • Cello • Bass
VIOLIN RENTALS
COOKING SHOW: 5pm Only
$
15 month Rentals
476-7798 Service
Regular tickets are available at Price
10 Hutchins Circle
Barre
Cello Rentals
Sales
Chopper in Barre and Morrisville.
only Strings
$28/month Books
Accessories
Appraisals
Bow Rehairing
& Restoration

www.vermontviolinmaker.com
VIP and Regular tickets are available at
the Barre Opera House Box
Office…476-8188 or online at:
Barreoperahouse.org
Open House and
“Books Are Fun” Book Fair
Friday,
Friday, March 8th October 4thMarch 9th
& Saturday,
FRANK & FROGGY ‘live’ 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
We currently have
broadcasts along with Independent Living
apartments available!
great door prizes and tons
of fun!

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retirement living is all about!
Now is the time to look and start making plans.
A rare opportunity not to be missed. We invite you to join us
for a tour and because we love to talk about our community,
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Barre Figure Skating Club
3 programs taught by
experienced coaches:
Suffering from the Sugar Blues? Suzanne Weaver-Goss M.Ed. Auditions: White Christmas. For Green Mtn Theater Group December Learn-To-Skate Program:
C.H.H.C. & John Goss C.H.H.C. help you change your relationship w/ production. Prepare to sing a song from the character you wish to portray 6-week sessions of 40-minute
sugar. Hunger Mtn Coop, FREE, 6-7:30pm. Pre-reg. 223-8000 x202. (production team will choose song). Faith Community Church, B-M Rd., group lessons
PEACHAM- Fall Star Party. Come gaze at celestial objects with mem- next to Granite Museum, 1pm. Info. 249-0414. Only $75.00 per session!
bers of the Northeast Kingdom Astronomy Foundation. Northern Skies BETHEL- 2nd Annual Dinner & Dance. Benefits Bethel Historical Basic Skills Program: (see website for pricing)
Observatory, FREE, 7-10pm. www.nkaf.org Society. Featuring Italian dinner & wide variety of dance music. Town Eight levels covering skating skills from glides and
STOWE- The Pirates of Penzance. Town Hall Theatre, 8pm. See Hall, $17, 5:30-10:30pm. Tix at White River C.U. or 234-5064. swizzles to spins and jumps
description 10/2. BROOKFIELD- All You Can Eat Breakfast. Pancakes, french toast,
WAITSFIELD- Young Frankenstein. A musical re-imagining of the sausages, beverages and more. Pond Village Church, corner of Ridge Rd. Freestyle Program: (contact for pricing)
Frankenstein legend, based on Mel Brooks’ comedy film masterpiece. & Rte 65, 7:30-11am. Info. 276-3376. Ice sessions for lessons and practice for skaters who
have passed Basic Skills
Valley Players Theater, $18, 7:30pm. Info. www.valleyplayers.com CALAIS- 53rd Annual Calais Fall Foliage Festival. See 10/4.
WATERBURY CENTER- Rumors. Waterbury Festival Playhouse, 52nd Annual Beggars Breakfast and Lunch. Maple Corner For more information and registration forms
7:30pm. See description 10/3. Community Center, 9am to 2pm. visit our website:
WILLIAMSTOWN- Williamstown Farmers Market and Flea EAST MONTPELIER- Chicken Pie Supper. Chicken pie and all the www.barresfigureskatingclub.org
Market. Free market space. At Pump & Pantry, North Main St., 3pm- fixings. Old Meeting House, $12/$6 kids under 12, seatings at noon, 5pm
6pm. Info. 433-1052. & 7pm. Must RSVP, call 223-6934. Or call Wendy Gilwee at: 802-272-4093
EAST TOPSHAM- Rummage Sale. Benefits Topsham U.P. Church.
Saturday, October 5
COME SIGN UP IN PERSON AT
East Topsham Town Hall, 8:30am-3pm. THE BARRE AUDITORIUM
BARRE- Harvest Chicken Dinner. Chicken & biscuits, slaw, pies and GROTON- NEK Fall Foliage Festival. Lumberjack breakfast at Thursday, October 10th, 5:30-7:30pm
more. Central VT Catholic School, 79 Summer St., $11/$5 kids under 12, Methodist Church, 8-10am; McLure’s Band at bandstand, 11am; parade
6pm. RSVP to 479-0067 or 476-9418 by 10/1. continued on page 27

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BOOK SALE
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Saturday
GREEN MOUNTAIN THEATER GROUP
PRESENTS IRVING BERLIN’S
WHITE CHRISTMAS Night CANADIAN CLUB
AUDITION CALL
Barre Masonic Temple - Square & Compass Club
2 Academy Street, Barre • 479-9179
BINGO
•Flash Ball 1: $250.
Saturday, October 5th at 1:00pm Every Saturday Night - Children Welcomed •Flash Ball 2: $50. SUPER
Sunday, October 6th at 1:30pm •Mini Jackpot 51#'s: $2,650. BINGO
Faith Community Church Doors Open 1:30PM Early Birds 5:45PM •Jackpot 55#'s: $2,300. SUNDAY
FLASHBALLS
30 Jones Brothers Way Sales Start 4:00PM Reg. Games 7:00PM Thursday Night OCT. 6
(Barre-Montpelier Rd. - next to Granite Museum) #1 $300 •Doors Open at 4:00 PM
•Premies at 6:00 PM
Kitchen 5PM #2 $50 Tables/Tear-opens THIS WE
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by the production team at the time of auditions. Game 11:
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ARTISANS HAND Capital City Montpelier Recreation Department’s


Jan’s
Contemporary Vermont Crafts
Farmers’ Market Annual Beauty
Saturdays, 9:00AM to 1:00PM Halloween Party Boutique
89 Main at City Center ~ 802-229-9294 thru Oct. 26 This event is being Co-Sponsored through 78 Barre St., Montpelier
229-0366
on 60 State Street. the combined efforts of Montpelier
Fresh produce, local meats, flowers, Recreation Dept., Police Dept., Fire Dept.
homemade treats, crafts, & much, much and the VFW.
more! WHO: All Montpelier Spooks, Goblins, and Local Products. Incredible
The Thanksgiving Market will be held on costumed individuals, grade 6 and under. Service. Unlimited Inspiration.
WHEN: Sunday, October 27.
Open 10-5:30 Mon.-Fri. & 10-4 Sat.
27 State Street
Montpelier, VT
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3:00 to 3:30pm Magic show


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Fri., Oct. 18, before the sale. On Thurs.
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~MATINEES SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY~
CAPITOL MONTPELIER PARAMOUNT
229-0343 BARRE
1:30pm; Chicken Pie Supper, $10/$5, seating 4:30, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, RSVP Young Frankenstein. Valley Players Theater, 7:30pm. See 10/4. www.fgbtheaters.com
584-3020; hymn sing at Methodist Church, 8pm. 479-9621
WATERBURY CENTER- Rumors. Waterbury Festival Playhouse, FRI.-THURS., OCT. 4 - 10
Books and Beyond Sale. Groton Public Library, 9am-3pm. See 10/4. 7:30pm. See description 10/3. Audio Descriptive Available on certain movies.... www.fgbtheaters.com
HARDWICK- Annual Fall Rummage Sale. Sponsored by Women’s Community Breakfast. Pancakes, french toast, eggs, sausages, hash
Fellowship of the church. United Church, South Main St., 9am-2pm. browns, juice, coffee, much more. Grange Hall, 317 Howard Ave., $8/$4 GRAVITY --PG-13-- (3D & 2D)
FRI.-THURS., OCT. 4 - 10
Vermont Vaudeville. Hardwick Town House, 1pm & 8pm. See 10/4. kids 4-12, 8-10:30am. Info. 244-1192. RUSH --R--
30th Annual Fall Foliage Craft Fair. Jewelry, pottery, candles, fine
arts and crafts, bird feeders and more, snacks & lunches available. Sunday, October 6 PRISONERS --R--
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Hardwick Elementary School, 9am-4pm. Info. 472-5906. BARRE- A Cappella & Gospel Concert. The Ollabelles and The Small THE FAMILY --R--
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Kiwanis Chicken BBQ. Across from Elementary School, 11:30am. Choir perform to benefit repairs to the Labor Hall. Old Labor Hall, 46
Granite St., $10, 4pm. Info. 595-9951. THE BUTLER --PG-13-- RUNNER RUNNER --R--
Hardwick Historical Society Open House. At restored train depot on
Auditions: White Christmas. Faith Community Church, B-M Rd., next
24-Hr Movie Line 229-0343 • BUY TICKETS ONLINE AT: www.fgbtheaters.com
Church St., 10am-3:30pm. Info. 472-5906.
to Granite Museum, 1:30pm. See description 10/5.
MARSHFIELD- Paddle with Green Mountain Club. Moderate, 3-4
miles on Marshfield Reservoir. PDF required, bring lunch. Call Joan at CALAIS- 53rd Annual Calais Fall Foliage Festival. See 10/4.
223-1874 for meeting time & place. DUXBURY- Hike with Green Mtn Club. Moderate to difficult, 7mi.
MONTPELIER- Capital City Farmers Market. Produce, meats, hike up Camel’s Hump. Bring water, lunch, clothing for wind & rain. Meet
at Montpelier H.S. Call 223-3550 for meeting time & place.
STILL OPEN AT
cheeses, plants, baked goods, more. Corner of State & Elm Streets, 9am-
JOE’S POND!
SAMBEL'S
1pm. MARSHFIELD- Harvest Festival. Live music by Lewis Franco &
Irish Session. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 2-5pm. Info. 229-9212. Colin McCaffrey and others, petting zoo, crafts and games, book sale, bake
Montpelier Home Tour. Self-guided tour of five extraordinary homes.
sale, barbecue, much more. Jaquith Public Library, 11am-2pm. Rtes 2 & 15, West Danville
Benefits several Montpelier organizations, 10am-5pm. Info. and tickets at
www.MontpelierHomeTour.com
MONTPELIER- Northeast Fiddlers Association Monthly Jam and
Meet. Fiddlers and public welcome. VFW, 792 Pioneer St., donations
accepted, noon-5pm. Info. 728-5188. SAMBEL'S TRUCK
TRUCK TakeNow
Rummage “Bag” Sale. St. Augustine Church, Barre St., 9am-noon.
Scottish Fiddle and Piano Workshop. With Ed and Neil Pearlman.
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skills. Experience in accounting and bookkeeping
based on eligibility.
Green Mountain Transit Agency (GMTA) is now
To apply for this position, please download an application
476-4679
is desired. Must be able to maintain confidentiality hiring
from full- and Submit
gmtaride.org. part-time
the Volunteer
application,Drivers for athe
along with cover
letter and resume; in one of the following ways (no phone calls 249-2886 Ted’s Kar Kare
NOW HIRING
and pass a background check. For a more detailed Washington
please): County area. Drivers are compensated
description of the duties and responsibilities please • via email to jobs@cctaride.org,
with a generous mileage reimbursement. Visit Our Website:
email kfelch@orangevt.org. • via fax to (802)864-5564, or
• via mail to: GMTA,
www.cdlschoolinvt.com Automotive
To apply for this position please send a resume and Please call 223-7287
15 Industrial
Burlington,
Parkway, for more
VT, 05401
Tire Changer
2 professional references by mail to Kathie Felch at information. Must have a good attitude
P.O. Box 233 East Barre, VT 05649 by November 1, Attn: Human Resources
2013.
GMTA is an equal opportunity employer & willing to learn.
gmtaride.org
and is committed to creating a diverse Previous experience in an
E.O.E. workforce.
automotive shop preferred.
Please call 244-1224
for more details.
E.O.E.
RTCC Adult Education seeks
Part-time LNA Program Instructor Looking for folks interested in making a significant,
for courses at Barre Tech Center positive impact in the lives of children and their SubStitute
families. There are a number of children and youth in CuStodianS
this community who are not necessarily “where they We are looking for on-call, sub-
Requirements: want to be today” – whether it be their physical stitute custodians to work as need-
� RN or LPN with current, unencumbered license. location(s), emotional wellbeing, or both. ed on the 2nd (4:00-midnight)

� Strong teaching and assessment skills. CYFS has a variety of programs that support children, shift, Monday through Saturday.
youth and families and we are currently searching for Pay rate is $12.42 per hour.
� Experience teaching adult learners. additional staff to join our teams.
Applicants must have a positive
attitude and an excellent work
� At least 2 years work experience in a health care agency.
If you are interested in: ethic, be able to perform physi-
� At least 1 year of clinical experience relevant to teaching LNA candidates. cally demanding work, work well
•Being part of a team in making these positive strides
as part of a team, have high stan-
with children, youth and families, dards of performance, with a pro-
Part-time evening schedule. Generous compensation.
•Getting the best supervision and training, fessional and courteous manner.
Interested individuals please sub-
To apply send letter of interest, resume, and copy of nursing license to: •Joining an organization that values its employees , mit a completed application, avail-
•Earning superior fringe benefits. able in the U-32 Main office or at
RTCC Adult Education www.wcsuonline.org to:
I want to speak with you. Keith S. Gerritt, Principal
17 Forest Street Call Chris Wiltshire at 802 476-1480 U-32, 930 Gallison Hill Road,
Randolph, VT 05060 or email at ChrisW@wcmhs.org Montpelier VT 05602
E.O.E. Equal Opportunity Employer

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emy today!. FAA Approved. READ 2013 inserts $30/obo. 802-223-3859
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FIRE WOOD, Meshbags Classified accurate negative information ESTEY PROFESSIONAL grand
vage or unwanted vehicles. Pick
up scrap metal. 802-249-5220 $6.00/ea. Free delivery Deadline Is can be reported for up to seven piano (Brattleboro VT com-
years, and some bankrupt- FOR THE MOST CURRENT CLASSIFIED ADS,
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Cabot School Outpatient Clinician: Full time w/ benefits. Mental Health clinician needed to provide clinical services to adults in a physician’s
2013-2014 Opening office. This position is located in a central Vermont primary care office and employed through Washington County Mental Health
Services. A Master’s degree, license eligible, a collaborative approach, and at least one year experience providing psychotherapy
Paraeducator - Cabot School has an immediate required. Experience and interest in behavioral psychology desired.
opening in the elementary school setting.
The position requires supporting children in Outpatient Family Therapist Clinician: Family therapist needed to provide clinical services to families, individuals and couples
in a busy outpatient clinic. This part-time position is located in Berlin at Washington County Mental Health Services, CCPS. A
classroom settings and working with children Master’s degree, license eligible, a collaborative approach, and at least one year experience providing psychotherapy with families
in a resource room environment, Ability to required for thisn30 hour per week, salaried position.
collaborate, contribute and work in a team
environment is essential. Experience with COMMUNITY-BASED CASE MANAGER: Full time w/ benefits. Looking for someone to act as mentor, role model, and support
Type I diabetes care a plus. This is a full-time for men, aged 18 and up, with psychiatric and co-occurring disorders. Caseload would include, but not be limited to; young men
position. Starting immediately. who are newly diagnosed; those involved with the criminal justice system; and those who are older and have lived with severe and
persistent psychiatric disabilities throughout their lives. This is a fast passed outreach position that includes supportive counseling,
Apply to: WNESU service coordination, skills teaching, and advocacy; and requires someone who is compassionate, creative, well organized, honest,
Laurence Carnahan, Director of Special Services dependable, and strength based. Prefer person with Master’s Degree in related field and a minimum of one-year experience working
P.O. Box 470 with men with mental illnesses. Will consider a person with a Bachelor’s degree in related field, who has relevant experience.
Plainfield, VT 05667
(802) 454-9924 Ch.O.I.C.E. Academy Educational Instructor – Math: Full time w/ benefits. Seeking an educator to provide academic and skills
instruction to adolescents in an integrated mental health treatment/educational center. Will be responsible to design and implement
EOE academic curriculum and instruction appropriate to the needs of each student in the classroom, implement social and behavioral
programming for each student and must be willing to learn de-escalation and passive restraint techniques. Teaching experience with
children with severe emotional and behavioral challenges or other mental health issues preferred. Master's degree or Bachelor's with
a teaching license in the appropriate area of instructional specialization. Will consider Bachelor's degree with extensive knowledge
(18 college credits) and experience in instructional specialization with teaching experience. Teachers meeting Vermont's Highly
Barre City Elementary Qualified standard preferred
and Middle School Accounts Payable Clerk: Full time w/ benefits. Seeking individual to process expense sheets for WCMHS and process checks for
Professional Parents once a month. Process and track Agency Petty Cash accounts. Prepare and maintain monthly recur batches.
Assist with the daily processing of checks. Prepare for and participate in the annual Guardianship Trust audit. Maintains and
BCEMS seeks a part-time van transportation processes the annual W9 forms. HS Diploma or GED required. Associate’s Degree in Accounting desirable. One year of experience
supervisor to ride our elementary/middle in customer services, two years general office/administrative work or two years of experience with data entry and record keeping
school van daily during the school year. helpful.
If interested, please send a letter of interest, Computer Support Person: Full time w/ benefits. This position will be responsible for maintenance, upgrading hardware and
resume and letters of recommendation to: software on PC’s in a Windows XP\7 and Server 2008 environment. Duties would include working with active directory, installation
of operating system and application software, reconfiguring systems, installing printers, database programming, web development,
Stacy Ferland training of staff, general computer repair as well as phone repair. Knowledge of Pc hardware, MS Office applications, Networking,
Director of Special Services Windows operating systems, Databases and web development. Position may require occasional evening and weekend work hours.
Barre City Elementary and Middle School Administrative Assistant – Hourly: This position provides a broad range of administrative support services to all programs of
Washington County Mental Health Services (Community Rehabilitation & Treatment, Community Developmental Services, Center
50 Parkside Terrace for Counseling & Psychological Services, Emergency Services, Children, Youth & Family Services, and Administrative offices).
Barre VT 05641 This position fills in for Administrative front office staff during times of vacation, illness and other absences, and provides assistance
to Clinical Records Compliance, Accounting and Payroll Department staff. HS Diploma required. Three years of progressively
EOE responsible secretarial/ administrative support work experience, preferably in a human services setting. A professional demeanor is
required and appropriate office attire must be observed. Excellent interpersonal skills; excellent telephone and face-to-face reception
skills; ability to perform multiple duties concurrently; must possess a strong working knowledge of computers and be proficient with
Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel; Publisher and PowerPoint preferred.
Montpelier Public Schools Residential Counselor: Part-time (14 hours per week). Seeking an individual to provide for the emotional and physical safety of
residents in a group care setting experiencing mental health challenges. A residential counselor will act as a role model and teach
SUBSTITUTES independent living skills, to include cooking, housekeeping and personal hygiene, assisting with medication administration, and
for crisis intervention as needed. This position will provide house coverage 14 hours per week and may include one paid overnight shift.
This position will be shared between two residential settings in the Montpelier area. This position is perfect for a college graduate
TEACHERS, interested in part time work in the human services field. BA in Human Services or related field required.
INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANTS, Home Intervention Counselor: Full time w/ benefits. Position #739 is a Wednesday - Saturday, generally day shift but some awake
NURSES, CUSTODIANS overnights required. Provides direct care to consumers in crisis who would generally receive services in a hospital environment.
Responsible for doing related tasks which provide for a safe environment. Program uses a recovery model to provide supportive
& CROSSING GUARDS counseling and constructive interactions to promote emotional stability. Will participate in treatment planning and documentation,
NEEDED coordination and referral processes and consult with community teams. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Individuals are sought to serve as Registered Nurse - Weekends: Looking for a Registered Nurse to provide weekend professional nursing supervision and care to
temporary employees for the 2013-2014 consumers in crisis at the Home Intervention program. This Nurse will provide both psychiatric and physical assessments,
communicate with on call psychiatric providers, facilitate admissions, and delegate medication administration duties to direct care
school year. Applications are available at staff, as well as provide clinical supervision to direct care staff. This position requires strong team work as well as the capacity to
the Office of the Superintendent, function independently. The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, along with strong psychiatric and medical
5 High School Drive, Unit #1, assessment skills. Must be an RN with a current Vermont License.
Montpelier, Vermont. Only qualified applicants will receive a response. Valid driver’s license, excellent driving record and access to a safe, reliable,
E.O.E. insured vehicle is required. Send letter of interest and resume to: WCMHS, Personnel, PO Box 647, Montpelier, VT 05601.
Contact: 802-229-1399 Fax 802-223-6423 personnel@wcmhs.org www.wcmhs.org E.O.E.
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MUSICAL STORAGE STORAGE HUNTING/GUNS/ WOOD/ HEATING WOOD/ HEATING
continued
8’X20’ STORAGE UNITS for rent. continued ARCHERY EQUIP. EQUIP.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Airport Rd, Berlin. 802-223-6252 continued continued
NEW AND used guns,
CLARINET/FLUTE/ VIOLIN/
TRUMPET/ Trombone/ Ampli-
8’x20’, 8’x40’ OCEAN
FREIGHT containers (new/   muzzleloaders, accesso-
ries. Snowsville Store, E.

 
fier/ Fender Guitar, $69 each. used) for sale. 802-223-6252. Braintree, 802-728-5252. DRY FIREWOOD. Cut 24”, METALBESTOS INSULATED
Cello/Upright bass/ Saxophone/ stacked 2-3 years, $200 per Chimney pipes. Everyday low
French horn/Drums, $185 ea. WANTED: PISTOLS, Ri- cord, you haul. 802-223-5923. price. Plainfield Hardware &
Tuba/Baritone horn/ Hammond +++++++++
[[ fles, Shotguns. Top Pric-
FOR LEASE OR SALE...
es paid. 802-492-3339 F.Y.I. General Store, Rt2 East Mont-
Organ, others 4 sale. 1-516-
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ments. Michael Ricciarelli 802- (DVW0RQWSHOLHU 5W‡%DUUH0RQWSHOLHU 802-371-8250(days)/802-
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454-1259 (evenings).
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PIANO TUNING & REPAIR
DAVID GAILLARD DELIVERED TO YOUR SITE WINTER STORAGE for Cars,
Boats, Bikes, RV’s Call 802-485-
Discount Prices!

Cut Only. Kirk Thompson
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802-472-3205 PLENTY OF STORAGE TRAILERS 7500 for Rates and Reservations.
trade $1400. 802-479-1830
& CONTAINERS AVAILABLE FIREWOOD SPLIT + De-
TOOLS REPAIRED livered, Green $200/cord, VOGALZANG DURANGO High
CAMPING Call For Prices
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Air, electric, hydraulic. Tool Seasoned Ash $210/cord, efficiency wood stove, fan,
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Paul Poulin 802-883-5563 takes 22” wood, $350. Wonder-
HARDWOOD CAMP- /RFN,W 1-800-462-7656. wood, takes 22” wood, fan, used
FIRE WOOD, Meshbags $QG<28 one year $350. 802-496-3984
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Bulk & 50lb bags Polaris Storm & aluminum trail-
to Crystal Lake. 3 golf courses
nearby. Belview Campground.
BUILDING BLACK ROCK COAL er. $1000/obo. 802-272-8529.
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INVENTORY REDUCTION
SALE; Panels Conduit Fit- AVALON WOOD STOVE for FIREWOOD, Split/deliv-
Building a Pet First-Aid Kit tings, Large Quantity New
sale $550. Good condition,
with stove pipe. 802-485-5441
ered,
Green
Seasoned
$230/cord
$250.
802- CVTV CHANNEL 7
Electrical Supplies for Com- 479-0372/802-839-0429 Wednesday 10/2
mercial & Industrial Use. DON’T NEED a full cord? Barre City Council 9a,12p,3p
DEAR PAW’S CORNER: Seasoned to Dry 16” Fire- FIREWOOD: CUT, Split, de-
Williamstown Select 7p,10p
I read in a guide to cutting Below Wholesales Prices
wood 1/3 cord Deliv- livered $210 within 10 miles of Thursday 10/3
dogs’ toenails that “styp- 802-533-2980/802-535-6741 ered $103. 802-454-8561. Duxbury, more than 10 miles, Plainfield Select 6a, 9a, 12p
tic” will stop bleeding if price negotiable. 802-244-8580 Barre Town School 3p,7p,10p
you cut their paws. What Friday 10/4
is that, and where do I get HARDWOOD KINDLING, Twinfield School 6a,9a,12p
it? GUSTAV Meshbags $6.00/ea. Free de-
livery to Seniors. 802-279-2595
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-- Perry in Dallas ~3 Year Old Neutered Male Saturday 10/5
Himalayan Mix High efficiency OUTDOOR Barre Town Select 6a, 9a, 12p
DEAR PERRY: Styptic Hi, I'm Gustav! At the young age of 3 years, I WOOD FURNACE from Cen-
4 PM Washington Baptist Church
powder can be used on came to CVHS with a lovely purr, a super-cute 5 PM Faith Community Church
tral Boiler burns less wood. 25 6 PM Barre Congregational Church
small nicks and tiny cuts face, and a bladder full of stones. Surgery at year warranty. Appalachian 8 PM St. Monica’s Mass
to stop bleeding and Onion River Animal Hospital took care of that! Supply Inc. 802-748-4513. 9 PM Gospel Music
Now I'm healthier, happier, and full of love to
reduce pain. That’s helpful when trimming pets’ toenails,
10 PM Calvary Life
share. I need to eat special food for the rest
which can be a traumatic experience for them, especially if you of my life to help prevent new stones from Sunday 10/6
should trim a little too far up the nail and accidentally cut the
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forming. It's easy to buy from your veterinarian. 2 AM Barre Congregational Church
quick. The powder is applied with a cotton ball or soft cloth. Stop by
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thing every pet owner should have: an easy-to-access first-aid
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gauze and tape, a small bar of soap, a disinfectant like hydro- • modern facility 8 PM Barre Congregational Church
gen peroxide or alcohol wipes, Benadryl (plain, with no ibu- • radiant floor heat
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profen or acetaminophen), cotton balls and disinfecting hand • air conditioning
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wash (for you). Its main purpose is to treat small cuts and • fresh air system Monday 10/7
scrapes, but you can add other items that you think are essen- Barre Town School 6a,9a,12p
• indoor kennel
tial, including the veterinarian’s phone number, extra identifi- Barre Supervisory Union 3, 7, 10p
Log Cabin dog house with • outdoor exercise area
cation tags, copies of your pet’s shot records and a spare leash. Tuesday 10/8
More ideas can be found at the Humane Society of the United standing seam metal roof. Barre Supervisory Union 6a,9a,12p
States’ website.
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