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Successful Run/Walk Raises
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Central Vermont Community
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page 4
Students
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page 9
Red Sox
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Rumors,
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In Memory of
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page 18
blues in the night
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Successful Run/Walk Raises Money,
Awareness for Mens Recovery Group
The First Annual Nathan
Project 5k Run/Walk for
Recovery, held June 28th in
East Montpelier, successfully
raised funds for the Nathan
Project of Vermont, while also
of raising awareness of the
faith-based support group for
men seeking recovery from the
challenges of living in a hyper-
sexualized culture.
First place and a $50 gift
certificate to Onion River
Sports in Montpelier went to
Jason Webb of Berlin, with a
time of 24:02. He donated the
card for the benefit of youth in
need sports equipment.
Second place went to Tom
Geier of Berlin, and third to
Joe Page of Burlington. First
place for women and a $20
Onion River Sports gift certifi-
cate went to Colette Page, with
a time of 33:34.
Other competitors included
Alex, Marie and Andre
Montour of Barre, Debbie
Curtis of East Montpelier, Herb
Hatch of Barre, Judy Gendron
of Berlin, Christine Webb of
Berlin, Jason Owen of Barre,
and John Helme of East
Montpelier. Volunteers includ-
ed water station operators
David and Corinne Davis. All
competitors and volunteers
received Nathan Project water
bottles and tote bags.
After the race, Nathan
Project of Vermont Executive
Director Rich Curtis, of East
Montpelier, thanked Onion
River Sports for donating the
gift certificates and the race
bibs, and Price Chopper of
Berlin for donating a gift card
that helped purchase post-race
food and drink. He was joined
by all of the runners and walk-
ers on the hot morning in
expressing appreciation to
Crystal Rock for a water cooler
and water for a much-needed
mid-race water station.
Prior to the race, Curtis per-
sonally thanked Old Meeting
House pastor Elyssa Jonk for
the use of the beautiful grounds
and community building as a
staging area for the race
along nearby Brazier Road.
Every runner and walker began
and ended the race by running
underneath the historic Old
Meeting House Bell, located in
a covered gazebo on the
grounds.
The race officially began
with a vigorous ringing of the
bell. Many competitors noted
the scenic beauty of the quiet,
dirt-road race course, and the
shade provided on both sides
of Brazier Road. Few, howev-
er, said they enjoyed the steep,
mid-race hill.
For more information about
the Nathan Project (www.
nathanproject.net), email Rich.
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223-5421, or send mail c/o
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East Montpelier, VT 05641.
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Barn murals are still an art form and local artist
Jessica Neary, who just returned from 18 years
in Houston, Texas, agreed to repaint one of two
barn murals on the former Sparrow Farm in
E. Montpelier now owned by Carl Etnier (right).
It was originally painted in 1948 by Harold
Miles and retouched by his daughter, Ruth in
1982 and then in later years by Jessicas father,
Daniel. Ive done lots of special artwork but
this is the most powerful commission. Im very
grateful to Carl for letting me do it, It brings
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Capstone Community Action
Central Vermont Community Action Council announced last
week that it is changing its name to Capstone Community Action.
Capstone Executive Director Hal Cohen explained: The new
name better reflects the breadth and diversity of the services we
provide and our mission to end poverty and strengthen communi-
ties statewide.
The announcement was made at a community block party at the
new Capstone campus in downtown Barre celebrating the organi-
zations new name and successful completion of a multi-year
capital campaign. Cohen was joined by US Senator Patrick Leahy,
Secretary of Administration Jeb Spaulding, Lt. Governor Phil
Scott, Barre Mayor Thom Lauzon, State Senators Bill Doyle and
Anthony Pollina and Representative Francis Topper McFaun.
We have been part of the Vermont landscape for half a century
fighting the War on Poverty and our new name, new logo and
new building will help us reach out and connect with Vermonters
and the people we serve, Cohen explained. Capstone serves
more than just Central Vermont and like other community action
agencies, we support communities throughout the state through
our various partnerships and programs.
Capstone serves a total of 47 towns in Lamoille, Orange and
Washington Counties and an additional nine towns in adjacent
counties. The agency also operates statewide and multi-regional
initiatives that extend beyond Central Vermont.
The Central Vermont Community Action Council has long
been committed to offering program participants a solid founda-
tion for family and career success, and to alleviating poverty. I
know that Capstone Community Action will continue this dedi-
cated service to Vermonters in need, said US Senator Patrick
Leahy.
Capstone serves more than 18,000 Vermonters per year through
its weatherization, comprehensive child and family services, edu-
cation, home heating fuel, housing, financial literacy, nutrition,
transportation and emergency food programs.
Building on a strong foundation, Capstone Community Action
and its partners will provide Vermonters with important resources,
training and support, whether it be through affordable housing,
workforce training or home heating in the winter, said Secretary
of Administration Jeb Spaulding. Their work and partnership will
be key to achieving economic prosperity for all Vermonters.
Every individual and family Capstone interacts with comes
from a unique situation. The goal of every one of Capstones 184
staff members is to work together with clients to develop a plan to
empower and connect them with the resources they need to pros-
per.
Im continually impressed by Capstones willingness to think
outside the box and find creative ways to better the lives of
Vermonters, said Lt. Governor Phil Scott. They are a long-time
partner in Wheels for Warmth, our annual tire recycle and resale
event that benefits heating assistance, and I look forward to work-
ing with them as they develop new ways to help our neighbors.
The block party culminated in the dedication of the donor
wall which is located in the new Capstone building. The donor
wall commemorates the many people both in and outside of
Vermont who have made it their priority to fight poverty through
supporting the programs Capstone provides throughout the state.
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The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) recently
announced that the Central Vermont Solid Waste Management
District (CVSWMD) has been named the winner of two SWANA
Bronze Excellence Awards; one in the Communication category and
the second in the Marketing category. The awards will be presented at
SWANAs annual conference, WASTECON, on Tuesday, August
26, 2014, in Grapevine, Texas.
CVSWMD will receive SWANAs Communication Award for its
digital and social media presence. Starting in 2012, the Central
Vermont Solid Waste Management District began to embrace a coor-
dinated effort between social and digital media. Participation in
events and programs has increased, and public perception has become
demonstrably more positive as a result.
We attribute these changes to continual outreach focused on our
zero waste programming, supporting community events and reuse
businesses via our social media, and constant presence promoting
positive messages about reuse, recycling and composting, said
Cassandra Hemenway, Zero Waste outreach coordinator for the
District. Our communication tools include an array of social media,
cable access television, website, e-newsletter, e-surveys, virtual com-
munities and listservs that serve our member towns.
SWANA is also giving CVSWMD the Marketing Award for its Did
You Know? (DYK) ad campaign. With an extremely tight budget, the
district found funds to do something it had never done before: engage
in an advertising campaign aimed to increase recycling and organics
diversion in central Vermont. With just $15,000 ($5,000 in grant fund-
ing), and over a condensed five-month period, the campaign increased
recycling in the district by 5.4 percent and increased organics diver-
sion by 13 percent, combined with other outreach by CVSWMD staff.
It also increased awareness of the districts zero waste programming.
3rd Annual Chris Ludington
Memorial Trail Run/Walk
On Sunday, July 20th, Northern Vermont Ridge Runners and Trapp
Family Lodge will hold their 3rd Annual Chris Ludington Memorial
Trail Run at the Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center in Stowe.
Chris Ludington was a much-loved husband, father, athlete, and
Trapp Family Lodge employee. His family, friends, and fellow ath-
letes invite everyone to partake in this trail run to celebrate Chriss
memory and support his love of athletics.
Participants will have the option of either a 5k or 10k run or walk.
The entry fee is $15 per participant. All proceeds benefit the Chris
Ludington Scholarship Fund available to Lamoille South Supervisory
Union students in support of their higher education.
Registration begins at 8am in the Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor
Center yurt. Race start is 9am.
For more information, e-mail Ron Ridlon (ron@houseoftroy.com).
Prizes will be awarded to the winning times in each division. All ages,
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Singing or listen-
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your spirit and sets
your toes-tapping.
And never was it proved more true than in this
Tony-nominated musical.
Lost Nation Theater presents Blues in the
Night, Thursdays- Sundays, July 10-27, in its
intimate home within Montpelier City Hall Arts
Center. Its jazz & blues, up close and personal.
The universal language of the blues wails out
full and strong in this score, which is guaranteed
to bring down the house. Twenty-six smokin
and torchy tunes tell the sweet and sorrowful
tales of three women and one man; their lives,
their memories and the music that gets them
through the night. That music features Bessie
Smith, Ida Cox, Duke Ellington, Benny
Goodman, and many others.
Its been said that Blues is to jazz what yeast
is to bread - so in this celebration, conceived
and originally directed by Sheldon Epps, the
music of Bessie Smith, Alberta Hunter and oth-
ers are mixed and contrasted with the songs of
Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, etc. to paint the
full spectrum of this great musical form.
Blues in the Night is directed by LNTs
favorite musical master, Tim Tavcar (LNTs All
Night Strut, Sweeney Todd, Side by Side by
Sondheim) with musical director Nancy
Hartswick (I Love You Youre Perfect Now
Change) on piano and Ron Thompson on trum-
pet, and features a wailing cast of four actor-
singers Kathleen Keenan (Woody Guthrie,
Sweeney Todd), Michael Lowe (all the way from
Arkansas in his LNT debut) Ashley Nease (Two
for Christmas), and Meredith Watson (The
Crucible). Ellen E. Jones provides the evocative
and inspiring scenic & lighting design, while
Cora Fauser brings the characters to life through
costuming.
Soul-filled songs and sweet & sexy ballads
dominate a swinging evening in a Chicago
Honky-Tonk, 1939.
Experience the powerhouse multicultural cast
as they are backstage, with the three women
singers (at very different places in their lives &
careers) dealing with the brash, young stage-
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Blues in the Night (rated PG-13) runs
Thursdays through Sundays July 1027 in
LNTs cozy, comfortable yet elegant home with-
in Montpelier City Hall Arts Center. Curtain is:
7pm Thursdays; 8pm Fridays, Saturdays; 7pm
Sunday July 13 & 20 and 2pm Sunday July 27.
Plus a 2pm matinee Sat July 12. Tickets are: $30
FriSun; $25 Thu.
Special tickets Preview Thursday July 10 and
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City Hall Arts Center (39 Main Street,
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Service dogs always welcome. Inform the box
office of any special needs when purchasing
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News from Ainsworth Public Library
I made a big mistake in my last article. Gary Dulabaum is coming
Saturday, July 12th, not the 9th. Thank you to those who pointed
out my error.
Gary will Sing A Song of Science and will bring to life
through song the stories in science books. Songs will show the sci-
ence facts about the life cycle of a frog, a rocket blasting into space
or simple facts about simple machines come to life. Come sing a
song of science and learn cool science youll never forget.
There is still time for kids and teens of all ages to sign up for
Fizz, Boom, Read at the library.
Kids may demonstrate their artistic talents at the make-and-take
art and crafts table in the library. Just drop in and have at it. Last
year there were several great works which we put on display. Will
someone you know be on display this year?
Our nale is Saturday, August 9th at 10:30am with Kurt Valenta
of Exordium performing Gases Not Just Hot Air. You cant see
them but you are surrounded by them. Gases are everywhere. Sev-
eral demonstrations and hands on activities will allow you to ex-
plore how gases are generated, their characteristics and how they
are applied in our daily lives.
We havent forgotten the toddlers and preschoolers. Story time
with Bill Palin and his critters will be on Wednesdays July 29th
August 13th at 10:30am.
Have a great summer and dont forget to get your summer
reading at your public library.
The next Board of Trustees meeting is Tuesday, July 15th at
6pm in the library. All are welcome.
See the library blog, www.ainsworthpubliclibrary.wordpress.
com or call the library at 433-5587 for details on any of these and
the many other activities offered at the library.
Remember, the library is located at the intersection of Routes 14
& 64 in Williamstown.
Year-round library hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Fri-
day: 2pm to 6pm (most Tuesdays to 7pm, call to check); Wednes-
day: 9am to 6pm; and Saturday: 9am to 1pm.
Ainsworth
Public Library
Williamstown
Free Lunches for Children and Teens
The Jaquith Library will offer free lunches for children and
teens, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays through July 30th, at
11:30am. If possible, please call us by 10am that morning to tell
us your family will be participating. We are not requiring people to
sign-up in advance so if you cant call, please still join us!
This is the rst year we will be offering this program on all three
days so come on down! We are very excited to be making the lunch
program part of our summer offerings.
Free Summer Concert Series
Our concert series will be held Thursday evenings at 6:30pm,
starting on July 10th, at the Old Schoolhouse Common gazebo in
Marsheld. Bring your chair or blanket and a picnic, and settle
down for an evening of great music. You might even be inspired to
get up and dance. Food will also be available for purchase.
July 10: Diane Tetrault Jazz Quartet. An evening of jazz stan-
dards and some contemporary favorites. Diane Tetrault (vocals),
Ira Friedman (piano), Clyde Stats (bass), Keith Gibson (drums).
July 17: Green Mountain Playboys w/Katie Trautz. Rocking
Cajun music made for dancing! This VT-based band includes Ka-
tie Trautz (ddle, vocals), Alec Ellsworth (ddle, vocals), Jay Ekis
(vocals, guitar), Noah Hahn (bass), Lee Blackwell (guitar, drums).
July 24: Michael Arnowitts ImproVisions Jazz Quartet. Led
by pianist Michael Arnowitt, the quartet performs a lively and col-
orful program of jazz past and present, including tunes by John
Coltrane and Miles Davis. Joining Michael will be John LaRouche
(harmonica), Will Patton (bass), and Todd Watkins (drums).
July 31: Cold Country Bluegrass and Kick em Jenny. Cold
Country Blue Grass features traditional bluegrass tunes, gospel
numbers, and some contemporary tunes. Band members include
Bill Moulton, Craig Whipple, Jeanette Hogan, Con Hogan and
Tony Washburn. The Kick em Jenny string band features hot old-
timey and traditional roots music by Alec Ellsworth (ddle and
lead vocals), Ted Ingham (banjo), Chris Hollis (guitar and uke),
and Kathleen Moore (bass and guitar).
August 7: Passing Brass Band. Listen and dance to old-time
music.
August 14: Vermont Fiddle Orchestra The orchestra plays tra-
ditional tunes from various styles including Celtic, French Cana-
dian, Southern U. S., and New England, with a special selection of
tunes written by Vermont ddlers.
For more information please call the Jaquith Public Library at
426-3581 or e-mail:Jaquithpubliclibrary@gmail.com. You can
also go to our website at: www.jaquithpubliclibrary.org.
Cutler Memorial Library to
Host the Swing Peepers
Live at the Cutler Me-
morial Library in Plain-
eld, the Swing Peepers,
a vocal-harmony and
multi-instrument duo,
will perform inventive,
earth-friendly and inter-
active songs and stories
on Tuesday, July 15th at
6:30pm.
The Swing Peepers are
lively, improvisational,
and endearingly goofy.
Instruments strummed,
swung, and tapped in-
clude: guitar, mandolin, violin, harmonica, banjo, ukulele and ac-
cordion. Most songs and stories are participatory, and body move-
ment is part of the action!
The Swing Peepers draw out the creativity of audiences by hav-
ing them participate in creating impromptu songs and stories. The
Peeps take ideas from the audience and weave them into highly
dramatic tall tales. These made-up-on-the-spot rollicking stories
are The Swing Peepers trademark watch out for colorful sur-
prises!
This childrens concert is made possible with support from the
Vermont Department of Libraries.
Vermont Wildlife Course
for Educators, July 13-18
Vermonts popular fish and wildlife summer course for teachers
and other educators will be held July 13-18, 2014.
The hands-on field course that gets educators out into Vermonts
streams, forests and wetlands with some of the states leading
natural resource experts takes place at the Buck Lake Conservation
Camp in Woodbury.
Now in its 29th year, Wildlife Management for Educators is a
one-week, three-credit graduate course taught by Vermont Fish &
Wildlife and other Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) staff
through the University of Vermont.
Wildlife resources are important to all Vermonters in one way
or another, says Fish & Wildlifes Education Coordinator Alison
Thomas. If teachers can get connected with the outdoors and in
turn expose their students, then many of these students will be able
to make informed decisions about Vermont wildlife and their
habitat needs when they become adults.
This course is unique in that it helps pre-kindergarten through
twelfth grade teachers from any discipline -- math, language arts,
physical education, or history -- improve their instructional strate-
gies and make their lesson plans more relevant to their students.
Course participants will include other ANR staff members as
well, which provides a valuable opportunity for teachers to not
only learn from, but also work with agency staff.
This course is hands-on and inquiry-based, added Thomas.
Last year we spent a beautiful sunny day at a wetland where we
climbed over a beaver dam, which was very difficult, but we were
rewarded with a bull moose wading in the water on the other side.
He was so hot that he just let us sit in our canoes and watch him
for over an hour. Thats environmental education at its best, expe-
riential, memorable, and muddy! said Thomas.
Tuition is $770 for the week -- books, food and overnight
facilities are included. A limited number of partial scholarships are
available. A course description and schedule of activities are avail-
able from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Departments website at
www.vtfishandwildlife.com under general education. You can
also contact them by calling (802) 371-9975 or emailing Alison.
Thomas@state.vt.us.
Buck Lake Conservation Camp in located east of Route 14,
north of Woodbury Village.


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Consolidate with Spaulding Press
The consolidation will insure the future of
printing and copying services in Bethel and the
surrounding region.
Spaulding Press is a second generation print-
ing company established in 1926 by Carlos
Spaulding, currently owned and operated by
Scott Putney of Bethel.
Spaulding Press is a full service print shop
with computerized graphic design department
and full printing abilities. They provide all ser-
vices that a local client could need, from single-
color business cards to full-color book printing,
posters, laminating services, paper drilling, note-
pads, with a full service digital print operation
producing short run copying, full-color print
jobs.
Jet Service Envelope / Accura Printing is a
central Vermont leader in the printing industry,
having been in business since 1915. The business
has been owned and operated by the Blow fam-
ily since 1945, and is currently operated by Jeff
and Keith Blow the respective 3rd and 4th gen-
erations that have printers ink in their blood.
The companies of Jet Service Envelope and
Accura Printing are a combination of a special-
ized printer in the envelope field, producing
between 3 and 4 million envelopes every month,
both long and very short runs. The Accura
Printing side of the business is a full-service
commercial printing company. The capabilities
are many, from the printing of town reports, to
invoices for local companies, to multi-part NCR
forms, note pads, personalized book markers, to
custom designed wedding and anniversary invi-
tations and announcements.
With two full time graphic designers on staff,
every imaginable design can become reality. If
you are a writer, you can publish your very own
book, from one copy to thousands of books at a
time.
If you want generations of printing experience
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Vermont Mutual Charitable Giving Fund Awards CVHHH
The Vermont Mutual Insurance Group
Charitable Giving Fund has recently been estab-
lished in recognition of the outstanding leader-
ship contributions of past and current presidents
of the company. The Charitable Giving Fund is
designed to provide financial support for organi-
zations within the Vermont Mutual Insurance
Group marketing territory that strive to improve
the quality of life for individuals, families and
communities.
Past-president William H. Brooks named
Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice as
the first designated recipient in his honor. Brooks,
whose family has received services from
CVHHH, recently presented a check for $5,000
to CVHHH President and CEO, Sandy Rousse.
In accepting the grant, Rousse noted, Vermont
Mutual has a long and distinguished history of
supporting causes that improve the quality of life
in Vermont and CVHHH gratefully acknowl-
edges this, especially in the current environment
of decreased reimbursement rates and health care
payment reform, which challenge us to raise the
necessary resources to support our mission.
I am pleased to be able to designate CVHHH
as the initial organization to be honored by our
Charitable Giving Fund. They are committed to
providing high quality home health, hospice and
long term care to all Central Vermonters in times
of need. We are fortunate to have such an organi-
zation in our community, said Brooks.
Chartered in 1828, the Vermont Mutual
Insurance Company is one of the 10 oldest
mutual property/casualty insurers in the United
States. Through more than 400 independent
agency partners, the Group insures 285,000 poli-
cyholders throughout New England and New
York. The Vermont Mutual Insurance Company
is rated A by A. M. Best and has been named
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five consecutive years.
Welcome Vermonts Visitors
The Central Vermont Chamber
of Commerce asks all residents
to become ambassadors of the
regions hospitality industry this
summer. As the state fills with
out-of-state license plates, wel-
coming and helpful residents can
be the states most important asset.
Independence Day festivities are the kick-off
to prime time for summer sight-seers, guests
from across the country bouncing across the state
enjoying the landscape while discovering the
historic sites, food producers, and artistic cre-
ations of the Green Mountain State.
Along the way, theyll seek the shops, bou-
tiques, antiques and treasures that set Vermont
apart from communities elsewhere. Everyone
they meet will play a role in defining their
Vermont experience.
First impressions frame the experience, and
nothing beats being greeted with a smile.
Someone standing on the sidewalk gawking at
buildings or looking lost is likely to be a visitor
who may be very receptive to an offer to help
them find something or somewhere.
If theyd like to know how to find the marble
quarries, please dont laugh and send them to
Rutland. Let them know that that there are spec-
tacular granite quarries nearby and that local
cemeteries boast some of the most beautiful
stone carvings in world.
If they ask about maple syrup, try to mention
that cider, cheese, wine, coffee, beer, gelato and
ice cream are among the many Vermont products
that are also made nearby.
The more welcoming and knowledgeable area
residents become, the more likely visitors will
stay longer and return more often.
Every visitor brings dollars earned in his or
her home state. The longer they stay, the more
dollars are left here to the benefit of business
owners and their employees, and the better the
economy for those who live here.
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The Community
College of Vermont has
named Heather
Weinstein as the new
dean of students. She
succeeds Debby
Stewart, who has been
appointed dean of aca-
demic affairs.
Weinstein has served
as the director of stu-
dent services at CCV since 2010. In that role she
managed CCVs federal TRIO grant cultivating
student leadership and success. Weinstein also
leads CCVs Veteran Services program, which
has expanded to serve more than 400 military-
connected students each semester. With a focus
on building external partnerships, recruitment,
and retention, Weinstein has helped CCV gain a
strong reputation for supporting the success of
veterans.
She has also worked to expand experiential
learning and study abroad opportunities avail-
able for CCV students. As chair of the Experiential
Learning Committee, she has helped the College
expand community engagement and service ini-
tiatives as part of broader student success and
retention efforts.
Prior to her time at CCV, Weinstein was the
education and training program manager at a
non-profit organization, and before that she
taught high school English and developed cur-
riculum in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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Evan Ariste, Teagan Atkins-Leslie, Damien Barnett, Alexander Boozan, Caleb Carrien, Iris Carter,
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Kelley, Damian Lawton, Julian Lopez, Jada MacDonald, Emily McMahon, Kadin Murphy,
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American Legion Graduates Law Cadets for 2014
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Longchamp is 2014 Paletteer
Scholarship Winner
Margaret Longchamp has been named the 2014 Paletteers of
Vermont Scholarship Winner.
Margaret has lived in Graniteville her whole life. She is the
youngest daughter of Frederick and Marjorie Longchamp, and has
just finished her senior year at Spaulding High School.
Margaret has always had a passion for her art and is excited to
pursue her goal and attend Alfred University in the fall. She hopes
to finish her college experience with not only a BFA in fine arts,
but also a teaching degree so she can share her love of art with
others.
Montpelier Native Wins Gold at SkillsUSA Competition
Air Force Airman Alex French has
graduated from basic military
training at Joint Base San Antonio-
Lackland in Texas. The airman
completed an intensive, eight-
week program that included train-
ing in military discipline and stud-
ies, Air Force core values, physi-
cal fitness, and basic warfare
principles and skills. French is the
son of Robin and Tim French of
Graniteville, and a 2013 graduate
of Spaulding High School.
Students in the News
During the SkillsUSA National Competition,
held June 26th in Kansas City, Missouri,
three Barre Technical Center students were
able to demonstrate their skills. Over
10,000 students were on site for these
competitions. In order to qualify to com-
pete in this national event, students must
have earned a Gold/First Place in their
event for the state of Vermont. In addition
to earning a Gold Medal in their events in
the Vermont competition, these students
were successful at the national competi-
tion as well. Congratulations to Brianna
Murphy, who placed 18th in cosmetology,
Alex Jarvis, who placed 13th in fire fight-
ing, and Cameron Bolduc who placed 2nd
in plumbing!
- The following local students have been
named to the spring 2014 Deans List at the
University of Hartford in Connecticut: Jared
Felch of Berlin; Mary McSweeney of East
Montpelier; Anthony Barrows and Miranda
Scott of Montpelier.
- Brittney Sargent, of West Brookfield, was
named to the spring 2014 Deans List at Mount
Ida College in Newton, Mass.
- Jessica Brown of Danville, Caroline
Pettinato of Randolph, and Emily Richardson
of Woodbury were all named to the spring 2014
Deans List at Quinnipiac University in Hamden,
Conn.
- Drew Sorenson, of East Calais, has gradu-
ated from Denison University in Granville,
Ohio.
- Jordan Black-Deegan of East Montpelier
and Kenneth Bresette of Washington have
received BS degrees from Plymouth State
University in New Hampshire.
- Alden Hopkins, of Montpelier, was named
to the spring 2014 Deans List at Endicott
College in Beverly, Mass.
- Hannah Gleason, of Northfield, was named
to the spring 2014 Deans List at Roger Williams
University in Bristol, R.I.
- Harmony Wright, of Tunbridge, has gradu-
ated from Ithaca Colleges Roy H. Park School
of Communications with a degree in journalism.
- Samuel Shambaugh of Berlin, Alexis
Powell of Calais, and Melinda Keene of Barre
were named to the spring 2014 Deans List at
Ithaca College in New York.
- Joseph Sicard, of Barre, has received a
Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree
from Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, N.H.
- Alex Frey, of Barre, was named to the spring
2014 Deans List at Franklin Pierce University in
Rindge, N.H.
- Aaron Halpine of Montpelier, Maeve
McGovern of Stowe, and Adele Priestley of
Stowe all received bachelor of arts degrees from
Colby College in Waterville, Maine on May
25th. McGovern was also recognized as a stand-
out member of the Class of 2014, having gradu-
ated cum laude and received a 2014 Fulbright
fellowship.
- Shannon Smith, of Barre, has graduated
from Becker College in Worcester, Mass. with a
BS in Business Administration.
- Jordan Black-Deegan of East Montpelier
and Courtney Grenier of Barre were named to
the Presidents List for the spring 2014 semester
at Plymouth State University in New
Hampshire.
- Jeffrey Ziske, of Barre, was named to the
spring 2014 Deans List at Merrimack College in
North Andover, Mass.
- Sarah Skinner, of Northfield, has graduated
magna cum laude from SUNY Potsdam with a
bachelors degree in Geology and Archaeological
Studies.
- Emily Siner, of Waterbury, has received a
Bachelor of Science degree from the University
of Rhode Island.
- Ashley Ambroz, of Cabot, has earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree from Stonehill College
in Easton, Mass.
- John Triano, of Northfield, has received a
Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University
in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Eliza Krakower, of Stowe, was named to
the spring 2014 Deans List at Emory University
in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Jessica Brochu, of Hardwick, was named to
the spring 2014 Deans List at Becker College in
Worcester, Mass.
- Sierra Miller of Calais, a St. Lawrence
University Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate
Achievement Program scholar, will participate in
a faculty-mentored research internship on cam-
pus this summer. A neuroscience major and
member of the Class of 2016, Miller will work
with faculty mentor Bill Decoteau on a project
titled Therapeutic Effects of Cerium Oxide
Nanoparticles in a Mouse Model of Parkinsons
Disease.
- Raquel Norway has been named to the
spring 2014 Deans List at Winthrop University
in Rock Hill, S.C. She is majoring in political
science with a minor in math. She is currently in
India.
- The American Society for Microbiology has
selected Christopher Villa of Castleton State
College as a 2014 award recipient of the ASM
Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Christopher
is a senior biology major and is from
Williamstown.
- Kelsie Bailey of Barre, graduating from
Keene State College with a BS in biology, has
also been named to the spring 2014 Deans List
and named Co-Female Athlete of the Year. As a
member of the Owls womens soccer team, she
is a three-time LEC All-Conference Player, help-
ing the Owls to LEC regular season champion-
ships in 2011 and 2013, ECAC tournament
appearances from 2010-12, including an ECAC
Championship in 2010, and the NCAA tourna-
ment in 2013.
- Matthew Goldsworthy, of Barre has been
named to the spring 2014 Deans List at Lafayette
College in Easton, Penn.
Cadets Kaitlyn Pierpont (l) of Chelsea and Aidan
Reardon (r) of Barre received the Robert H. Vincelette
Spirit Award for their outstanding participation in the
2014 session of he American Legion Law Cadet
Program at the Vermont Police Academy in
Pittsford.
American Legion Law Cadet Graduates for 2014 with their Vermont Army National Guard and other instruc-
tors.
By M. McKnight, AL Dept. VT
Twenty-six young men and women graduated
from the American Legion Robert H. Vincelette
Law Cadet Program on Friday, June 27th. The
graduation ceremony was the conclusion of the
week-long session at the Vermont Police
Academy in Pittsford.
The program, now in its 44th year, is spon-
sored by the American Legion Department of
Vermont in cooperation with the VT Police
Academy, VT Criminal Justice Training Council,
VT Army National Guard, and various law
enforcement agencies. Cadets were sponsored by
18 American Legion posts across the state.
This years cadets, and their sponsors, includ-
ed: Kathleen Ambrose, Vergennes Post 14; Yohan
Avila, Barre Post 10; Josiah Benoit, Middlebury
Post 27; Jonathan Billow, Randolph Post 09;
Benjamin Charboneau, Bristol Post 19; Avah
Eaton, Colchester Post 91; Devin Hayes, St.
Johnsbury Post 58; Katie Hatterick, St. Albans
Post 01; Rebecca Heibler, Fair Haven Post 49;
Cody Hogan, Bennington Post 13; Cody Hosmer,
Chelsea Post 61; Ashley Jacobs, Enosburg Falls
Post 42; Dylan Johnson, Wilmington Post 15;
Marah Kreis, Hardwick Post 07; Michael LaBree,
Hardwick Post 07; Aaron Leonard, Lyndonville
Post 30; Bruce Lord, Barre Post 10; London
Niles, Bennington Post 13; Dimitri Nanopoulos,
Bradford Post 20; Kaitlyn Pierpont, Chelsea Post
61; Aidan Reardon, Barre; Nathaniel Schramm,
Colchester Post 91; Zach Stagg, Middlebury
Post 27; Matthew Thomson, Bradford Post 20;
William VanBuren, Bristol Post 19; Hunter West,
Morristown Post 33.
The program was started by Robert Vincelette
when he was Vermont Department Commander
in 1971. The current chairman of the Law Cadet
Program is Tom Scanlon, Post 27 in Middlebury.
He and many other dedicated Legionnaires have
supported this effort over the past years.
Donald Tetreault, Vermont American Legion
Department Senior Vice Commander, and John
Gonyea, Director of Administration at the
Vermont Police Academy, addressed the cadets
and their families and friends. They congratulat-
ed the cadets and praised their performance and
accomplishments over the past week. The gradu-
ates were encouraged to apply the problem-
solving and team-working skills they had devel-
oped during the week in activities in service to
others, including careers in law enforcement.
Commander Donald Tetreault presented certifi-
cates to the graduating cadets.
Cadets Kaitlyn Pierpont and Aidan Reardon
were presented the Robert H. Vincelette Spirit
Award for their outstanding participation in the
2014 session.
Vermonts Law Cadet training program is one
of the American Legions community and youth-
oriented programs intended to develop patrio-
tism and loyalty in our citizens of tomorrow.
For more information contact The American
Legion Dept. of Vermont, 802-223-7131, or
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Lakes Region
Community College
(LRCC) General Motors
Automotive Service
Education Program
(GM-ASEP) high honors
graduate, Neal Foster of
Montpelier, earned the
National SkillsUSA Gold
Medal in Automotive
Service Technology. The
event, one of over 100
different skills contests,
in areas ranging from
cosmetology to robotics
was held in Kansas City,
Missouri. Foster is now
the second LRCC GM-ASEP National SkillsUSA
gold medalist after Adam Minihan won the
Award in 2011. The competition pits each states
winners against one another in a fierce and
incredibly challenging day-long event.
I am incredibly impressed with Neal and his
excellence displayed at the National SkillsUSA
competition involving thousands of state win-
ners, says LRCC GM-ASEP Professor Jamie
Decato, the first LRCC automotive student to
enter and receive a silver medal in 1996, prior to
Fosters and Minihans gold medals. Neals
performance, along with Adams in 2011, speaks
incredibly favorably of LRCCs nationally
renowned GM-ASEP program of study. What a
feat these gentlemen have accomplished!
Foster was sponsored by Cody Chevrolet in
Montpelier, as a LRCC GM-ASEP student.
Interestingly, Foster had already earned a
Bachelors degree in forestry from The University
of Vermont, prior to entering LRCCs GM-ASEP
Program.
I found my niche in LRCCs GM-ASEP
Program and know that it is right for me to con-
tinue to develop in the increasingly complex
automotive industry, says Foster enthusiasti-
cally. Professors Decato and Parker are extreme-
ly knowledgeable and are outstanding instructors
who have taught me how to succeed as an auto-
motive professional. Many thanks for the hands-
on experiences at Cody Chevrolet, and to every-
one who has supported me in my educational
endeavors.
The National SkillsUSA competition is the
Olympics of career and technical education,
says LRCC GM-ASEP Department Chair,
Michael Parker. For Neal to win is amazing. I
am proud of Mr. Fosters accomplishment and
am certain Neal will do well in whatever he
chooses.
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LRCC GM-ASEP hon-
ors graduate, Neal
Foster, has won the
National SkillsUSA
Gold Medal in Kansas
City, Mo.
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WHEELER, MARY MARGARET HENEY, 87,
died June 26, at Birchwood Nursing Home in
Burlington. Mary was born on May 15, 1927, at
Heaton Hospital in Montpelier, to William J. and
Ruth (Ledden) Heney. She also spent her last few
years in the same building, Heaton Woods, now an
assisted living facility. She was educated in
Montpelier and received her college degree from Trinity College
in Burlington. Mary married Charles Robert Wheeler on May 10,
1952, at St. Augustine Catholic Church, sharing 49 years together
raising their family in Montpelier. Mary spent the majority of her
adult life on College Street in Montpelier where she and her hus-
band owned many properties. Mary was the proud mother of three
boys, James, John and Robert. She doted on all family, caring for
her parents, siblings, her in-laws, many aunts, uncles and grand-
children. Mary is survived by two sons, John Wheeler, and wife,
Kelly North, of Sarasota, Fla., and Robert Wheeler, of Montpelier;
two grandchildren; and a great-grandson. She is also survived by
two sisters-in-law, Mary Heney, of Montpelier, and Edith Shedd,
of Calais; and several nieces and nephews. Mary was predeceased
by her husband, Bob Wheeler, on Oct. 5, 2001, son Jim Wheeler
on Dec. 30, 2012, brother Lawrence Bud Heney on June 1,
2002, and a sister, Ruth Heney, on Nov. 19, 2011. Mary was very
social and involved with Vermont politics as well as conducting
State House tours into her 80th year, and was also a member of the
Montpelier Garden Club. She frequently traveled, especially
enjoying Cape Cod, Florida and Woodbury Lake, where her fam-
ily had longtime residences. You could find her collecting shells
on beaches, paddling canoes in search of turtles and loons, driving
back roads gathering wildflowers and joyfully teaching her grand-
children to fish. A funeral Mass will be offered at 11am on
Tuesday, July 8, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Montpelier.
A memorial reception will follow the Mass in the parish hall.
ALLEN, MISS JUDITH ANNE, 77, of Stone Mountain, Ga. and
formerly of Vermont, passed away peacefully on June 24 after a
lengthy illness. Judith was raised in Waterbury, Vt., and graduated
from Waterbury High School in 1954. She graduated from Mary
Fletcher Hospital School of Nursing in 1957 and Cornell in 1959
with a bachelors in nursing. She moved to Atlanta in 1966 and
worked as a pediatric nurse at Egleston Hospital for almost 33
years. Even though she never had children of her own, she made a
difference in the lives of hundreds of children as their caring and
devoted nurse. Judith was a faithful member of the Methodist
Church her entire life. She was a very active member and sang in
the choir for over 40 years at her church in Decatur, Ga. She is
predeceased by her father and mother, Charles Nathan and Iva
Michaud Allen, and her sisters, Joan and Mary, all of Waterbury.
She is survived by her brother, Charles Butch Allen, of
Waterbury; her former sister-in-law, Marana Allen, of Waterbury;
her niece Lori Wamser (Mark), of Dunbarton, N. H., and their two
children; and niece Amy Dickinson (Floyd), of Montpelier, and
their two children. She will be greatly missed by her family.
Services will be held at a later date in Waterbury.
GRISHMAN, ANDREA ANDI, 64, of
Montpelier, passed away on June 15, after a brief
and courageous battle with breast cancer. She was
born in Lynchburg, Va., on Feb. 23, 1950. Andrea
defined love, adventure and sense of humor by the
vibrant way she lived her life. To know her was to
know beauty and laughter. Her presence brought
warmth and joy into every room, her exceptional musical gift
brought sound into the quiet, and the love she shared with those
around her was unending. Her presence brought calm and comfort
to her friends and family, and her sense of humor is one of envi-
able wit that will keep us all laughing for years to come. Andrea
led a life full of care for her two children, Amanda Facchiano and
Andrew Stickney, her parents, Annette and Azriel Grishman
(Azriel Grishman - predeceased), her sisters, Janice Grishman and
Barbara Howard (brother-in-law Jerry and nephew Douglas),
countless friends, and her yellow Labrador, Savvy. For those who
called her a colleague during her career at the Green Mountain
Care Board, she was a legendary team member, always had a
ready and infectious laugh, and was an immensely thoughtful
friend to so many. For those who call her a sister, she was a strong-
willed hero, bubbling with energy and ready to play the role of an
amazing listener or enthusiastic cheerleader. For those who call
her Mom, she had a warmth and type of caring that cant be
replaced. She was quick to lift your spirits in any way possible,
and was never too busy to worry about how inclement weather
might affect you. For those who call her a daughter, she was and
continues to be their pride and joy. She was unquestioningly and
unconditionally devoted to her family. Simply put, Andrea had an
extraordinary impact on every life that she touched. A gathering in
memory of Andrea will be held for friends and family.
BISHOP, CLARENCE F. BISH JR.,
89, recently a resident of Birchwood Terrace Health
Care Center in Burlington, died June 27, at Fletcher
Allen Health Care. Born February 12, 1925, in Barre
City, he was the son of Clarence F. and Grace
(Queen) Bishop Sr. He attended Barre elementary
schools and graduated from Spaulding High School in 1943 while
being a sportswriter for the former Barre Daily Times and the
Spaulding High School Sentinel. A veteran of the U.S. Navy ser-
vice during World War II, he served from 1943 to 1946 and was
discharged as a Pharmacist Mate 2nd class. Following his military
service, he received an associate degree in journalism from
Vermont Junior College in Montpelier in 1948 and a Bachelor of
Arts degree in political science from the University of Vermont in
1952. Bish was first married to Pauline Agnes Wright in
Rutland. They made their home in South Burlington and they
divorced in 1980. On May 25, 1990, he married Gloria L. Wiltse
in West Barnet. They made their home on Harveys Lake in West
Barnet and wintered in Ruskin, Fla. Gloria died in March of 2009.
Bish and Pauline rekindled their love while both were residents
at Birchwood Terrace, where she died April 28, 2014. While a
student at UVM, Bish worked as a sports reporter at the
Burlington Free Press from 1948 to 1952 and was promoted to
sports editor. After leaving the Free Press for several years, he
worked for newspapers in Plattsburgh, Glens Falls and Rochester,
N. Y., and in Rutland. He returned to the Free Press in 1962,
becoming outdoor editor, holding this position until retiring
January 1, 1987. He also had been assignment editor, state editor
and a columnist during his Free Press career and had been named
Sportswriter of the Year in Vermont by the National Sportscasters
and Sportswriters Committee at their annual meeting in Salisbury,
N. C., as well as receiving several New England and state awards
for his writing prowess. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, golf, garden-
ing, horseshoes and his pontoon boat at Harvey Lake. His mem-
berships included the Kiwanis Club of Chittenden County, the
New England Outdoor Writers Assoc., the Trout and Ducks
Unlimited, the National Rifle Association and Barre American
Legion Post #10. Survivors include his daughter, Susan Lawrence,
of North Hero; son-in-law Dr. Jeffery Rimmer, M.D.; six grand-
children; two nephews and a niece; as well as his beloved golden
retriever, Mae. Besides his wives, he was predeceased by his
daughter, Bonita Bishop-Rimmer, and his sister, Lorraine Raeder.
MEAD, KAREN ANN, 58, of Williamsville, N. Y., and formerly
of Warren, passed away at the Buffalo (New York) General
Medical Center on June 27, following a sudden illness. Born in
Stamford, Conn., on July 12, 1955, she was the daughter of John
E. ONeill and the late Rita (Royal) ONeill. Karen attended
schools in Stamford and following graduation went to work as an
administrative assistant for a medical office. She later was
employed as vice president and secretary for Burndi Industries
before moving to Vermont in the late 1970s. Karen had a varied
and fulfilling working career. She was employed for several years
as a Realtor for Vare Realty in Warren; she worked in her familys
business, High Country Shielding of Warren as the office manager,
and then purchased Beggars Banquet Restaurant in Waitsfield,
which she operated for several years. Her life then took her to
Buffalo, where she was co-owner of Power Up Manufacturing.
Most recently she worked as a hospice caregiver for Assisting
Angels Senior Care. In her leisure time, she enjoyed skiing, tennis,
traveling, dining out, as well as owning and driving sports cars.
Karen is survived by her father, John E. ONeill, of Warren; her
sister, Sheila Brooks, and husband, Robin, of Ansonia, Conn.; her
brothers, John D. ONeill, of Warren, William ONeill and wife,
Debra, of Barre; as well as nieces, nephews and extended family.
Karen was predeceased by her son, Adam Snow, on Feb. 21, 2006.
Graveside committal services will be held from the Warren Village
Cemetery on July 12, 2014, at 11am with a reception to follow at
the Warren Town Hall.
WIMBLE, CALVIN E., 80, a lifelong resident of
Waitsfield, passed away in the comfort of his home on June 29.
Born in Waitsfield on Oct. 21, 1933, he was the son of the late
Claude and Reta Wimble. On Aug. 25, 1962, he married the for-
mer Norma Barton in Moretown. Calvin was a 1952 graduate of
Waitsfield High School and then went on to serve his country dur-
ing the Korean War as a member of the U.S. Air Force. Following
his discharge, Calvin worked for several years, first for General
Electric in Burlington and then for Mehurons Supermarket in
Waitsfield. He then embarked on a 32-year career with the
Waitsfield post office as a rural mail carrier, retiring in 1995. His
memberships included the Mad River American Legion Post 75 in
Waitsfield. His family lovingly remembers Calvin for the joy he
experienced gardening, reading, fishing, maple sugaring and pre-
paring big Sunday family dinners; and for being an avid sports fan,
especially the Boston Red Sox and Boston Celtics. Calvin is sur-
vived by his wife of 51 years, Norma Wimble, of Waitsfield; their
children, Amy Tumeinski and husband, Gregg, of Ashland, Mass.,
Peter Wimble, of Bend, Ore.; two grandsons; four sisters-in-law,
Lydia Wimble and Rett Wimble, both of Waitsfield, Doris Wimble,
of Barre, and Dorothy Wimble, of Albany, N. Y.; as well as nieces,
nephews and extended family. Calvin was predeceased by 11 sib-
lings, Kenneth, Robert, Leo, Donald, Owen Sr., Edward Bunker,
Sylvia, Kathleen, Caroline, Hannah and Sally.
CHALOUX, BRENT - A memorial service for Brent Chaloux,
who who passed away on Feb. 22, 2014, will be held on July 12th,
from 1pm to 3pm at the Moose Club in Williamstown.
BLONDIN, EDITH JUNE, 71, of Chelsea, died June 29, at
Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, surrounded by her family.
She was born June 3, 1943, in Clinton, Mass., the daughter of
Walter and Louise (Hood) Paton. She attended school in Chelsea.
On May 28, 1965, she married William Blondin, of Hoosick Falls,
N. Y. They made their home in Chelsea, where they raised their
children. For many years Edith worked at the Ethan Allen
Furniture Co. in Randolph, making furniture and sewing at the
Merrimaid Co. in Chelsea. Most recently Edith was the cleaning
lady at the Chelsea post office before retiring in 2011. She
enjoyed baking and cooking, picking berries, deer hunting, throw-
ing horseshoes, playing cards, and spending time with her grand-
children and family. In her earlier years she also enjoyed dancing.
She is survived by her husband of 49 years, William Bill
Blondin, of Chelsea; three sons, Willie Blondin and wife, Cindy,
of Chelsea, Donnie Blondin and girlfriend, Libby Chapin, of
Barre, and Tim Blondin and girlfriend, Jenny Pickett, of Braintree;
a daughter, Wanda Blondin, and her boyfriend, Brent Fisher, of
Barre; 11 grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; three brothers,
Russell Paton, of Alburgh, Robert Paton, of Bethel, and Richard
Paton, of Woodbury; a sister, Laura Kendall, of Corinth; and sev-
eral nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her
parents; a son, Harry Paton; a granddaughter, Paula Blondin; and
a sister, Virginia Jenkins. There will be no public calling hours. A
memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 13, 2014, at 2pm at
the Boardway & Cilley Funeral Home, 300 Vermont Route 110,
Chelsea, with Pastor Tom Paton officiating.
PIERSON, PETER R., 75, of East Corinth, passed
away June 26, at his home following a long illness. Born on Sept.
24, 1938, in Haverhill, N. H., he was the son of John A. and Mable
Luella (Sweet) Pierson. Peter was a lifelong resident of East
Corinth. He attended Corinth grammar school and was a graduate
of Bradford Academy. He served several years in the Vermont
Army National Guard. Over the years, he was employed at various
jobs including school bus driver for East Corinth schools; he
worked on various local farms, Tofani Motors and Piersons
Garage. In later years, he was self-employed as a small engine
mechanic, owning and operating Piersons and Sons Small Engine
Repair Shop in East Corinth. Peter was an avid New England
sports fan of the Boston Red Sox and Celtics. He also was a race
car driver at Bear Ridge for many years. Besides his parents he is
predeceased by his brother, John Pierson, and an infant brother,
Melvin Pierson. He is survived by four sons, Kurt Pierson and
wife Wendy, of Barre, Troy Pierson and Chad Pierson, both of
Groton, and Ryan Pierson and wife Liza, of East Corinth; eight
grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; two brothers, Gene Pierson
and wife, Deanna, of East Corinth, and Bruce Pierson, of Kansas;
a sister, Jonalee Dow, and husband Charles, of Colorado; several
nieces, nephews and cousins.
CASAVANT, WANDA S., 91, of East Hardwick,
died July 2, at the Maple Lane Nursing Home in
Barton. She was born Jan. 1, 1923, in Cambridge,
the daughter of Carl and Jesse (Howard) Sweet. She
graduated from Jeffersonville High School in 1940
and from Johnson Normal School in 1942. Several
years later she continued her education at the
University of Vermont and graduated from Goddard College in
Plainfield in 1971 with a bachelors degree in special education.
On Dec. 25, 1942, she married Robert Walter Casavant in Fairfax.
She was a teacher in the Albany and Stannard public school sys-
tems. She later worked for Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union
as a sixth-grade classroom teacher at Hardwick Academy and
special education teacher at Hardwick Elementary School. She
retired in 1988. She was an active member of the First
Congregational Church of East Hardwick and the womens fel-
lowship of that church, and past superintendent of a Sunday school
program in Barre. She was also a member of the East Hardwick
Grange 9 and the Retired Teachers Association. She loved prepar-
ing dinners for family gatherings. Other enjoyments included
crocheting, reading and flower gardening. Survivors include two
daughters, Connie Bellavance, of Walden, and Wendy Guyette, of
Hardwick; three sons, Robert Butch Casavant, James Casavant
and H. Douglas Casavant, all of East Hardwick; 10 grandsons; 14
great-grandchildren; two great-great-granddaughters; and many
nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her hus-
band; a son, Frank Casavant; and four sisters, Karen Chaffee,
Joyce Coolum, Esther Sweet and her twin, Wilma Laramee.
PINARD, GREGORY JAMES, 65, died bravely
from the incurable disease of ALS on July 1, at
Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans. He was
born on Dec. 2, 1948, son of Gaston and Florida
(LeMay) Pinard. Greg graduated from St. Michaels
High School in Montpelier in 1967, received his
bachelors degree in mathematics from Castleton
State College, a masters degree in mathematics from Norwich
University and a certificate of advanced study in administration
from the University of Vermont. He spent most of his career teach-
ing high school mathematics at Spaulding High School in Barre,
where he was also the principal for the summer school program for
many years. He was a driver education teacher in an after-school
program. If he was sitting in your passenger seat, you could not
escape the driver education teacher in him. Greg was married to
Wendy Minoli, but they later divorced. They had two children,
Heidi and Jason, and were longtime residents of East Barre. Greg
took great pride in his home that he built in Washington, Vt., and
spent countless hours on his beautiful landscaping. He loved
spending time at his camp on Lake Champlain, especially in the
summer. He also loved sports, the New York Mets and New York
Giants being his favorite teams. He was very competitive in sports
and enjoyed getting together on a weekly basis for many years to
play basketball with a small group of friends. He was an avid
golfer and was one of the lucky people to score a hole-in-one at
Montague Golf Course in Randolph. He played and coached bas-
ketball and baseball and then proudly continued on to be a repu-
table basketball referee for many years. He also had a passion for
buying, restoring and reselling cars. Greg loved taking road trips,
and he loved his dogs. One of his many enjoyments was frequent-
ly driving up to Maine to walk along the beach with his dog. In
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2008, he drove across the U.S. and to Alaska in
a minivan with his dog and his companion,
Nancy. Other road trips included drives to the
Gaspe Peninsula, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward
Island, San Francisco, Route 66, Grand Canyon,
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Country Mission of Hope. He helped two of his
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He is survived by his longtime companion,
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her husband, James, and their three children; and
his son, Jason Pinard, his wife, Jody, and their
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ARIES (March 21
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Aries leadership
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bring order out of
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whether its on the
job or in the home. But be careful to guide, not
goad, others into following you.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Applying a more
personal view to a job-linked issue could help
provide better insight into those persistent prob-
lems. Use your keen Taurean logic to cut
through the double-talk.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Taking some time
off could be the best way to get through that
seemingly endless round of demands. Youll
return refreshed and ready to tackle things from
a new perspective.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Restoring a sag-
ging professional relationship takes a lot of
effort. By all means, state your position. But also
make sure you pay close attention to the other
persons point of view.
LEO (July 23 to August 22) A hot prospect
intrigues the Big Cat, who is always on the
prowl for a promising investment. But be careful
that this promise has a chance of being kept.
Check it out more carefully.
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) A friend
could use some of your compassion and con-
cern. If he or she doesnt ask for help, be sure
you step up and make the first move. Also,
check out a new career possibility.
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) You might
have difficulty getting your opinions heard
because of all the noise being made by the other
side. But hang in there. Others should line up
with you once they learn the facts.
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21)
Offering to help a colleague is commendable.
But before you commit your time and effort,
check to see if that persons situation is all that
he or she has led you to believe it is.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21)
You soon should be seeing positive results from
your recent efforts on behalf of a family mem-
ber. On another matter, check that you have all
the facts regarding a job assignment.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19)
Your aspects favor closer family relationships
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son, by phone, by mail or in cyberspace. Let
them know how important they are to you.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A
missed opportunity isnt always a negative.
Maybe your instincts are telling you not to rush
into something you thought was worthwhile.
Make time for family this weekend.
PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your sense
of humor helps you get through a tricky situa-
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so willing to make the changes that you and oth-
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EEE virus has already been detected this year
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This reminds us that although the mosquitoes
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Both WNV and EEE virus have been detected
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Weather permitting, wear long sleeves and
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Install or repair screens on windows and
doors to keep mosquitoes out.
Protect your animals. Horses are susceptible
to WNV and EEE infection, and there are effec-
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emus are also susceptible and can be immunized
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well. Those who become ill with either WNV or
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chills, fatigue, joint and body aches. Symptoms
typically last one or two weeks, and recovery can
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changes. About one-third of people who develop
severe EEE disease will die, and many who
recover are left with disabilities. Fortunately,
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Following the successful completion of its
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July 16th or 17th. Each workshop in the series
meets for two and half hours for six consecutive
weeks. The workshops are open to community
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Ginger Moore, a community member from
Lebanon, N.H. is a participant in the current
workshop. She joined the class because she was
tired of being in pain all the time. She said,
None of the doctors or hospitals have done
anything to help with or cope with my chronic
conditions. I joined the class with hopes that they
had the tools and the means to help me.
With only one session left, Ms. Moore shares
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Just hearing how some of the veterans have
dealt with their problems has helped me. And
they are so willing to help others. Some of their
stories are heartbreaking but they remain so
strong and confident. I now have the tools and
the means to deal with my health conditions.
And I even have the phone number of one of the
veterans if I need their help or advice.
The Healthier Living Program, also known as
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Some of the skills participants will work on
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for maintaining and improving strength, flexibil-
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Each participant in the workshop receives a
free copy of the companion book, Living a
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and Body. Healthy snacks will be provided at
each meeting.
For more information or to register please
contact Jennifer Wallace at Jennifer.wallace3@
va.gov or 802-295-9363 ext 4351. This work-
shop is made available through a joint effort
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AmeriCorps, Vermont Blueprint for Health, and
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The Monuments Men

What would you do if given the choice:


save all of the art in human history from being
burned in a big bonre by Nazis? Or would
you save one stranger in a faraway land from
being killed?
Youre thinking about it, arent you? For me, its a no-brain-
er. Id save the life of the person Ive never met.
Im not diminishing the importance or the beauty of ne art.
Im a huge fan of the paintings and cathedrals of Medieval and
Renaissance Europe.
I studied art history in college and took it pretty seriously. But
not more seriously than the sanctity of human life, the golden
rule, and the moral obligation to never hurt your fellow man.
George Clooney disagrees with me. And he made a mediocre
movie to argue his side.
Monuments Men tells the true story of a handful of brave
art acionados (played by Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray,
and John Goodman) who volunteered to go to Europe just as
World War II was ending. Their goal was to save paintings and
historical buildings from American bombing raids.
When they got to Europe, they discovered a shocking Ger-
man plot to loot as much art as possible and ship it east to build
a fabulous Fuhrer Museum in Hitlers hometown after the Nazi
victory. But upon Hitlers death and Germanys defeat, the plan
was to destroy everything they had stolen. It is up to Clooney
and his band of aging, wise-cracking mists to save the jewels
of Western civilization.
The Monuments Men risked
their lives for the art they trea-
sured. Good for them. But I dont
think what they did was nearly as
important as the soldiers who ac-
tually defeated the Nazis.
Lets say Clooneys worst case
scenario happened and all of the
art in the world was suddenly destroyed. Would that really be
so terrible?
An artless world wouldnt stay artless for long because art-
ists of today would suddenly be very motivated to get to work.
With the supply low and the demand high, great starving artists
would become well-paid and well-respected.
Anyone with an artistic inkling would be motivated to paint
or write or sculpt in their spare time. It would usher in a new
world-wide renaissance.
Just to be clear: I dont dislike Monuments Men because I
was rooting for the destruction of art. I dislike it because its a
poorly made movie. Clooney cant seem to decide whether hes
making an upbeat buddy ick or a maudlin war tragedy. And
the plot is unengaging and hard to follow.
Mostly Im disappointed because George Clooney is usually
such an amazing director. All of his previous lms are great, es-
pecially his last one. 2011s The Ides of March is a four-star
classic. Its is the best political drama Ive ever seen.
If you were thinking of renting Monuments Men this
weekend, I recommend that you skip it and watch the brilliant
Ides of March instead. If Nazis burned all the copies of that
lm, even I would be pretty sad.
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I
know that I have probably talked about
taxes more than I should. But after this
year, I just cant help myself. Malcolm
and I have had either the fortune or mis-
fortune to work constantly over the years,
but never at a place that entitled us to a
pension. When we were young and I had
a business of my own, I never even thought about a pension. I
made enough money to support our family, and old age and pen-
sions never crossed my mind.
After my business closed, I be-
gan working for a company that
didnt offer a pension and again,
it never crossed my mind. But
now I am old and now I have the
time and understanding that per-
haps I should have realized that
I would eventually get old and need money to live.
All of a sudden, both Malcolm and I are old and have no income
except money from Social Security. What came as a tremendous
shock was that Social Security was just not enough. And why?
Well, just for day to day living, you need more money than ever
before and when we have to pay taxes which absolutely gouge our
fnances, and both of us are too old to get another job, you have to
fgure out how to live!
Well, we were lucky enough to have inherited the Reiss fam-
ily summer home on Cape Cod. And although we thought that we
would never sell it in order to have it available for our children and
grandchildren, we realized that we would have to sell it in order
to live for the rest of our lives. But here is the biggest shocker we
found out.
After we sold the house and were very happy to have enough
money to take care of ourselves, we found out the taxes were go-
ing to make this good fortune almost ridiculous! We had to pay a
tremendous tax to the State of Massachusetts, a huge share of what
was to be our retirement fund to the federal government, and of
course the state of Vermont had to be given their huge share! What
was left for us? A small share of what we had anticipated! I kept
saying to Malcolm, How can these governments take our money,
dont they realize that we are now in our late seventies and need
the money to survive? And it
seems that he was right when he
said, None of them care at all
and they just keep hoping that us
senior citizens will die soon and
not cost them anything.
Although I never like to use a
quote to back up my thoughts, I
did read one the other day that is worth sharing with you. Winston
Churchill said, I contend that for a nation to try and tax itself
into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift
himself up by the handle.
Actually there were so many super quotes that I agree with that
it is hard for me to even pick one, but as I say this, I have found
another one worth sharing. Mark Twain said, The only difference
between a tax man and a taxidermist is that the taxidermist leaves
the skin.
I think that those of us who are citizens of our great country need
to gather together and demand some relief from our tax burden. Of
course, I really dont expect that to happen. Look how we just sit
back and allow the gasoline dealers and brokers to sell us automo-
biles and then gouge us at the pump when we want to drive them.
M
any thanks to the 78
citizens of Plainfeld
who participated in
the Town Meeting Survey.
Concern was expressed about
the increasing use of opiates,
and there was strong support
to increase the minimum wage.
Plainfelds results are as fol-
lows.
Senator Bill Doyle serves on
the Senate Education Commit-
tee and Senate Economic Affairs
Committee, and is the Senate
Assistant Minority Leader. He
teaches government history at
Johnson State College. He can
be reached at 186 Murray Road,
Montpelier, VT 05602; e-mail
wdoyle@leg.state.vt.us; or call
223-2851.
Reisss Pieces
By Judy Reiss
Senate Report:
Plainfield Supports Reducing Prison Population
by Senator Bill Doyle
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Senator Bill Doyle
Town Meeting Day Survey - March 2014
Not
Yes No Sure
1. Should drivers be prohibited from using cell phones while driving? 1 58 13 7
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
2. Should Vermont legalize marijuana? 2 46 18 14
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
3. Should wind turbines be constructed on Vermont ridge lines? 3 30 29 19
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
4. Should Vermont increase its minimum wage? 4 67 6 5
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
5. Are you concerned about the increasing use of opiates in Vermont? 5 70 4 4
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
6. Should we reduce the Vermont prison population through the use of
alternatives for non-violent offenders? 6 73 4 1
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
7. Should food products sold in Vermont produced with genetic engineering be labeled? 7 66 8 4
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
8. Do you believe that Vermont is an affordable place to live? 8 24 37 15
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

9. Are statewide cell service and broadband important to the future
of Vermont's economy? 9 65 6 5
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
10. Should natural gas be an important part of Vermont's economy? 10 28 25 25
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
11. Should Vermont create a state bank? 11 38 18 22
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
12. Do you believe that Vermont health care is moving in the right direction? 12 44 20 14
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
13. Do you believe that increasing costs of education are unsustainable? 13 46 12 20
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
14. Do you believe that our national government collects too much information
on the lives of American citizens? 14 68 5 5

PLAINFIELD
The only difference between a
tax man and a taxidermist is that the
taxidermist leaves the skin.
-Mark Twain
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The following birth announcements were submitted by Central Vermont Medical Center
on July 2, 2014. Any questions or concerns should be addressed directly to CVMC.
A son, Holden Michael Tomaszewski Bevington, was born on June 18, 2014
to Rebecca Tomaszewski and Curtis Bevington of Montpelier.
A daughter, Dorothy Ann Green, was born on June 23, 2014 to Katie (George)
Green and Ben Green of Barre.
A son, Karsen Pierre Gilbert, was born on June 25, 2014 to Lauren McKinstry
and David Gilbert of Williamstown.
A daughter, Elise Amber Smith, was born on June 26, 2014 to Leslie (Slora)
Smith and Charles Smith of Barre Town.
A son, Perseus William Cressey, was born on June 26, 2014 to Laura
Santamore and Tim Cressey of Washington.
A daughter, Alyssa Carolyn Lee Isham, was born on June 27, 2014 to Marlo
Davis and Scott Isham of Montpelier.
A daughter, Soe Kate Sheridan, was born on June 29, 2014 to Megan
(Wells) Sheridan and Gary Sheridan, Jr. of Williamstown.
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The Red Sox World Championship trophies made their way to Bond Field in Barre on June 29th. Ten-year-old
Grady Chase (left), of Barre, and his 12-year-old brother, Hunter, got to meet Red Sox mascot Wally The
Green Monster, and have their picture taken with the trophies and Wally. The trophies are valued at $100,000
each and were made by Tiffany & Co. of New York.They are made of gold, silver, white gold, and platinum.
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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY
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c/o Happy Anniversary
403 U.S. Rt. 302 - Berlin, Barre, VT 05641
Just send in the entry blank below, and we will publish it in this space each week.
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NAMES__________________________________
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On JULY 12, RON & KATHY BROWN
of MIDDLESEX Will Celebrate 45 Years of Marriage
JULY 5
Jeff & Dawn Poitras, Duxbury, 28 Years
JULY 7
Jason & LIsa Santamore,Craftsbury, 19 Years
JULY 10
Tom & Lorna Carty, Barre, 32 Years
July 12
Brynne & Bill Reed, E. Barre, 39 Years
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7-9 Pierce Salvas, 29, Barre
7-11 Joslyn Richardson, 26,
Waterbury, VT
7-11 Marcus Hass, 25
7-12 Emily Rappold, Plainfield
7-16 Belle D. Gonet, 9,
Chelsea
7-18 Mike Jacques, So. Barre
7-24 Fran Houghton,
Lyndonville
7-28 Lew Perry, Lyndonville
8-2 Grace Hodgdon, 8, Jericho
8-2 Andy Fournier, Glover
8-8 Gary
8-8 Shirley Combs, Randolph
8-9 Bob Evans, 60, Clark, NJ
8-15 Dolly Fournier, Glover
8-16 CHARLOTTE EDWARDS,
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8-20 Rachel Salvas, 20, Barre
8-21 Chriiis
8/22 Tanya Bryan, 43, Barre
8-24 Terry Spaulding,
Lewiston, ME
8-26 Joshua McLeon, 24,
Hartford, CT
8-26 Darcy Hodgdon,
Waterbury
8-29 Connie Spaulding, Minot,
ME
9-5 Sally Fontaine, Walden
9-8 Arlo Benjamin Lefcourt, 4
9-15 Deborah Phillips
9-28 Jessica McLeon, 25,
Hardwick
10-4 Bret Hodgdon, Jericho
10-5 Lisa Companion,
Waterbury
10-6 Steven Lefcourt, 30,
Burlington
10-10 Chris McLean, 44,
Haverhill, NH
10-15 Gavin Hodgdon, 6,
Jericho
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10-29 Eric Evans, 29,
Plymouth
11-7 Karen Evans, 60,
Plymouth
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11-15 Tyler Hass, 27
11-15 Bob Spaulding, Minot,
ME
11-15 Becky Hall, Greensboro
Bend
11-18 Stephen Wilson, 25,
Burlington
11-19 Henry Kasulka, 10, E.
Mplr
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Chelsea
11-23 Jason Lowe, 25, Wby
11-28 Neil, 25, Burlington
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12-3 DOT! 61, Calais
12-7 Armour Moodie, 60,
Stannard
12-8 Thelma Forkey, Waterbury
12-16 Lonny McLeon, 48,
Hardwick
12-25 Jenna Companion, 16,
Waterbury
12-31 Chelsea Phillips, 26,
Manassas, VA
1-4 Betsy Cody, 58, Barre
1-10 Curt McLeon, 47
1-14 Brandon McLeon, 23,
Hardwick
1-15 Peggy Zurla, 51, Mayaez,
Puerto Rico
1-15 Shawn Kasulka, E.Mplr
1-19 Kevn Sare, 33, Cabot
(no I)
1-27 Caitlyn Couture, 23,
Barre
1-31 Linda Couture, Barre
1-31 Wayne Michaud, 67,
Bristol
2-1 Nancy Prescott, Barre
2-6 Bob Edwards, 72
2-8 Warren Lanigan
2-12 Joe Richardson,
Waterbury
2-13 Sandy Salvas, Barre
2-14 Laura Rappold, East
Montpelier
2-19 Kevin Lawson, 46, W.
Topsham
3-5 Rebecca Lefcourt, 35
3-16 Chubb Harrington, Barre
3-17 Pat Wieja, Baltimore, MD
3-22 Nicholas Salvas, 22,
Barre
3-25 Zarek Michael Gonet, 7,
Charlestown, NH
4-1 Adam Lefcourt, 35
4-12 Meredith Page, 59,
Croyden, NH
4-20 Jessie Phillips, 23, E.
Mplr.
4-21 Jillian Moser, 13, Barre
4-21 Carter Hoffman, 9
4-21 Kathy Churchill-Evans,
Woodstock
4-30 Lillian Kasulka, 5, E.
Montpelier
4-30 Darlene Callahan, 53,
Barre
5-4 Katie Hodgdon, 7,
Waterbury
5-6 Gary Villa, Washington
5-6 Jim Elliott, 48, Barre
5-13 Kristen Lee Evans, 27,
Mentor, OH
5-14 John, Chelsea
5-20 Bill Boyce, Chelsea
5-20 Mary Lefcourt, Burlington
5-22 Ruth Madigan P., 71,
Bethel
5-27 Candy McLeon
6-3 Joey, Wby Ctr, 36
6-5 Rob Salvas, 53, Barre
6-6 Heather Holmes, 47,
Woodbury
7-7 Marti Elliott, Barre
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Happy Birthday. Just send their name, address & birthdate. Well publish the names in this
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from Price Chopper (Berlin, VT). No obligation, nothing to buy. Just send birthday names two
(2) weeks prior to birthdate, to: The WORLD, c/o BIRTHDAY CAKE, 403 U.S. Rt. 302 - Berlin,
Barre, VT 05641. Please provide your name, address & phone number for prize notification.
WINNER: Please call Price Chopper (Berlin, VT) at 479-9078 and ask for
Sharon Hebert (Bakery Mgr.) or Beverlee Hutchins or Penny Millette
(Cake Decorators) by Thursday, July 3 to arrange for cake pick-up.
PRICE CHOPPER
BIRTHDAY DRAWING
Mail this coupon to: The WORLD c/o Birthday Cake
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BIRTHDATE______________________________
NAME___________________________________
AGE (this birthday)_________________________
ADDRESS________________________________
________________________________________
PHONE__________________________________
JUNE 26
Sandy Nutbrown, Barre, 45
JULY 9
Alice T. Doyle, Chelsea, 83
Pierce, Salvas, Barre, 29
JULY 10
Mike Poitras, Duxbury, 26
This Weeks Cake Winner:
On JULY 15, NORMA RAYMOND of E. MONTPELIER will be 91 years old!
Happy Birthday!
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Marcus Hass, 25
Shane Brickey, Plainfield, 16
Joslyn Richardson, Waterbury, 26
Matt Seigel, Waterbury
Kylie Farnham, Randolph, 7
Sharon Mack, Williamstown, 60 WOW!
Dan Roberts, Barre, 50
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Sunday, July 20
Airborne Speedway
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Come to the Barre Auditorium and join Brian Brennan (son of former UVM
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next level. Brian was rst team all state his senior year playing for Notre Dame
High School in PA. Brian also played college ball for Indiana University of
PA. Brian began his coaching career at The Potomac School in VA and helped
guide them to a state championship in 2008. He then began helping at Gwynn
Park High School where he helped guide them to the state nals in 2009-10, in
2010-11 went to the state nal four, and in 2011-12 won both the conference
and county championships and nished ranked #1 in the South Region. Brian
also works for a company called Hoops Education where he does individual
workouts, camps, and team development throughout the year. Other camp
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Kris Bador, the UAAU Coach. Other special guest appearances could happen
during the camp weeks as well.
Former University of Vermont superstar Taylor Coppenrath may also be mak-
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3-peat and was the second all-time leading scorer at UVM. Taylor has played
professionally in Greece, Italy and Spain.
Kids get plenty of fun with their fundamentals, and every camper re-
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the camps. This evaluation will allow each kid to focus on the areas of the
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with Steve Poulin
I was saddened over the weekend to learn of the passing of a great
Vermont Racing Legend and friend, Johnny Gammell. Johnny was a true
gentleman and sportsman. I grew up watching Johnny at Waterford
Speedway as a teenager and soon dubbed him my hero. A few years later
after John had hung up his helmet and I climbed into the seat he was there
as a supporter and friend. We developed a sincere admiration for each
other that has carried forth through our lives. Among many of Johns
accomplishment: two time Vermont State Champion, 1969 Thunder Road
Milk Bowl Champion, 1970 and second recipient of the prestigious Don
MacTavish Award and a member of the New England Auto Racers Hall of
Fame. My thoughts and prayers go out to Joanie, Harry and the family.
God Speed my friend.
Aric Almirola won the rain-delayed and rain-shortened Sprint Cup race
at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday, putting Richard Pettys
famed No. 43 in Victory Lane for the first time since 1999. The Coke Zero
400 was originally scheduled to go off Saturday night, but solid rain forced
it to be postponed to Sunday. Almirolas first career win in 125 starts came
on the same weekend Petty celebrated the 30th anniversary of his 200th
win at the track. The amount of effort thats gone into this race team this
year with everybody at Richard Petty Motorsports trying to build this race
team back to a winning race team, the way its supposed to be, Almirola
said in a rain-drenched Victory Lane. Thirty years to the weekend that
Richard Petty got his 200th win is really, really special. Almirola became
the first Cup driver other than Petty to win in the legendary No. 43 at
Daytona. The previous win for the 43 was with John Andretti behind the
wheel at Martinsville in 1999, a 543 race winless drought. Almirola
became the 11th different winner this season securing a spot in the Chase
for the Sprint Cup. . Were in the Chase! This team deserves to be in the
Chase, Almirola exclaimed. Man, I just took the 43 car to Victory Lane
at Daytona! Petty who has left the track early after the many delays
missed the post-race festivities. Brian Vickers finished second with Kurt
Busch third. Aric Almirola is the 43rd driver to drive the famed No. 43 car
in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Kasey Kahne and Ryan Sieg were non-factors for much of Friday nights
Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway. Kahne, sit-
ting 12th for a restart with three laps remaining, hadnt won a NASCAR
Nationwide Series race since August 2007. Sieg, a rookie running 14th,
had never finished better than ninth in 19 previous Nationwide starts. But
when it came to the final push, there they were Kahne charging from
eighth during a green-white-checkered finish and Sieg nudging him past
Regan Smith for the victory. Ryan Sieg was pushing me hard, letting off
and bumping and that was the reason we were able to win, Kahne said.
Sieg hit me from behind and hit me hard. I just kept getting more momen-
tum coming to the line. The victory by just 0.021 seconds (third closest
in the series at Daytona) was the second Nationwide triumph in a row for
JR Motorsports and owner Dale Earnhardt Jr., who won at Kentucky
Speedway last week with Kevin Harvick driving the No. 5 Chevrolet.
Earnhardt couldnt lose in the photo finish. He also owns the car of Smith,
who was denied a 2014 Nationwide Series sweep at Daytona. Its been a
while since Ive been in any victory lane. It felt great, said Kahne, who
said he felt kind of trapped in mid-pack for much of the race. We just
kind of sat there through most of the race. I was kind of at the wrong place
In Memory of Johnny Gammell. Steve Poulin photo
at the wrong time. Then, the last
half-lap I had tons of momentum.
The cars in front of me moved in
the right direction. Ryan Sieg was
pushing and letting off and bump-
ing and hitting me good and hard.
That was kind of the whole reason
we were able to win. Smith
regained the Nationwide Series
points lead, taking a 12-point
advantage on Sadler, who led 28 of
the first 35 laps. The finishing
order was also significant because
the top four finishers among full-
time Nationwide Series drivers
(Smith, Sieg, Ryan Reed, who fin-
ished fourth, and Jeremy Clements,
who rallied for eighth), qualified
for the Nationwide Insurance Dash
4 Cash program which will pay at
events on the American Canadian
Tour (ACT) this season. We have
a pretty long time before our next
ACT points race, (Beech Ridge
Motor Speedway, August 9, 2014)
and with T-Road just about five
minutes from our shop, the guys
thought it would be fun to go back
to a track that we are pretty familiar
with. We usually have pretty good
luck with the 150 lap races, and
having a chance to race with Clint
Bowyer at my home track is pretty
cool, said Hebert.
Its here New England, The
Camping World RV 301 this
Sunday at the Magic Mile. With
more than 100 wins in his racing
career - from go-karts to stock cars
- Brian Vickers is very familiar
with victory lane. So, when he
pulled his No. 55 Aarons Dream
Machine into New Hampshire
Motor Speedways victory lane last
July, it was familiar territory for the
native of Thomasville, N.C. But
the feeling was unlike anything
hes ever experienced before. Less
than three years after being diag-
nosed with blood clots in his legs
and lungs, Vickers battled through
medications, blood thinners and
rehabilitation before watching it all
culminate with a win at the Magic
Mile. Obviously the win was
huge. I think a win any time in the
Sprint Cup Series is a huge accom-
plishment, said Vickers, following
a long day of testing at New
Hampshire Motor Speedway on
Tuesday. I think that win was very
special (because) it was my first
win with the team and with Aarons
Dream Machine and the 55. But it
was also special because of every-
thing I kind of went through per-
sonally - health wise, in and out of
the Series, in and out of a car. I
didnt know if I would ever race
again and to be into Victory Lane
was great.
least $100,000 to top performers in each of the next four races. Kyle
Larson rounded out the top five.
Victory Lane
Dany Trepanier of St-Edouard, QC led every lap of the St-Eustache 100
on Saturday to become the fourth different Serie ACT winner in the first
four events of 2014. Jonathan Bouvrette and Donald Theetge completed
the podium.
Devils Bowl Speedway provided the fireworks, but it was young Late
Model stock car racing stars Josh Masterson and Emily Packard in charge
of the show on Friday night. Masterson and Packard waged an exciting
door-handle to door-handle 20 lap battle for the Coca-Cola Firecracker
100. The pair came off the final turn side-by-side but it was Masterson by
a nose for the win which brought the largest grandstand crowd in the
tracks asphalt era to their feet.
Longtime The Charlotte Observer reporter Tom Higgins has been named
the recipient of the 2015 Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media
Excellence. Higgins was the first beat writer to cover every race on the
NASCAR schedule, a role he held from 1980 until his retirement in
1997.
Garage Garble
Claude Leclerc of Lanoraie, Quebec made his 500th career start with the
American Canadian Tour organization on Saturday night when the Srie
ACT visited Autodrome St-Eustache. Taking the green flag in the 100 lap
event Leclerc reached an untouchable milestone which started 35 years
ago. The 72 year old veteran from just outside of Montreal began compet-
ing on the old NASCAR North series during its inaugural season back in
1979. He continued to compete on the series when it became the American
Canadian Tour in 1986 until the end of the Pro Stock era following the
1995 season. During those combined 17 seasons, Leclerc became the all-
time leader in career starts with 397. He also earned six feature wins and
pocketed nearly half a million dollars in earnings. Over the following
years, Leclerc competed in several series in the province of Quebec. He
returned to ACT competition with starts on the U.S. series in 2006 before
joining the first season of the Srie ACT Quebec full-time in 2007. Since
the inaugural Srie ACT event in 2007, Leclerc has missed just two of the
79 events to date and sits atop the career starts list with 77. Combined with
over 20 starts on the ACT U.S. series and several special ACT events,
Leclerc has now started 500 feature events with the ACT organization.
Over his combined 24 full seasons competing under the NASCAR North/
ACT banner, Leclerc has finished in the top ten in the standings 19 times.
In his 500 starts to date, he has amassed over 100 top five finishes and over
260 top ten finishes. He has competed in events at the Milwaukee Mile,
Dover Downs, the Nashville All American 400, as well as nearly every
track in New England and Quebec and from Nova Scotia to Lake Huron,
Ontario
The American Canadian Tour (ACT) announced that the second running
of the $25,000.00 to win INTERNATIONAL 300 race on Sunday, July 20
at the Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, NY will feature the Black
Cat Hell Driver show on the eve (July 19) of the regions largest stock car
event. Bringing back the old-fashioned Lucky Teter, Joie Chitwood, Jack
Kochman-type thrill show is a great way for the fans that are coming for
the full weekend to start their fun off on Saturday night. Last year we had
so much racing over two days that we felt something totally different for
this year on Saturday night might be better for the whole family, said Tom
Curley, promoter of the biggest event of the ACT race season.
Next Lap
The 35th running of the Vermont Governors Cup 150, presented by
VP-Small Engine Fuels (SEF), to be held Thursday night at Thunder Road
International Speedbowl with a featured appearance by Sprint Cup regular
Clint Bowyer. Jimmy Hebert, Williamstown, VT is the latest entry for the
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The American Canadian Tour (ACT) announced that the second
running of the $25,000-to-win International 300 race on Sunday,
July 20 at the Airborne Park Speedway in Plattsburgh, N.Y., will
feature the Black Cat Hell Driver show on the eve (July 19) of the
regions largest stock car event.
Bringing back the old-fashioned Lucky Teter, Joie Chitwood,
Jack Kochman-type thrill show is a great way for the fans that are
coming for the full weekend to start their fun off on Saturday
night. Last year we had so much racing over two days that we felt
something totally different for this year on Saturday night might
be better for the whole family, said Tom Curley, promoter of the
biggest event of the ACT race season.
The Black Cat Hell Drivers are billed as the only traveling stunt
show in the United States. Featuring pyrotechnics, clowns, motor-
cycles, crashes and two wheel drives among their stunts, many of
the Hell Drivers performed with some of the nations best known
shows mentioned above.
The International for the American Canadian Tour Late Model
teams has posted awards of nearly $100,000, with the winners
share a guaranteed $25,000. The defending 2013 inaugural
International winner, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (Pole), from Hudson,
N. H. said, This is looking like a really fun weekend for our team.
I like the one-day format, and having some time to enjoy Saturday
night sounds like a great time. My guess is that there will be as
much action on the track Sunday during the International as the
Hell Drivers will give us on Saturday night, but I guess time will
tell. I am really looking forward to it because Airborne certainly
has been good to me in recent years.
The best ACT Late Model drivers from the eastern United
States and Quebec will be at Airborne Speedway. They will be
joined by the Sportsman Modified division, who will run a special
50-lap event. Also joining the card on Sunday will be the Pro Cam
Truck division from Quebec, sanctioned by ACT. The Thunder
Road Tiger Division will also run a double segment race monza-
style event during the Sunday International.
Admission for the Saturday, July 19th Black Cat Hell Driver
show is $10 for adults, and kids age 6-12 are $3. A family price of
just $20 will get two adults and two kids in to see the Hell Drivers
show on Saturday night, beginning at 8pm. The International tick-
ets are now on sale for a limited number of top row seats in the
main grandstand. Reserve seats are $35 and may be purchased by
contacting the ACT office at 802.244.6963 or emailing tb@act-
tour.com. General admission for the International 300 on Sunday
is only $25 for adults and $5.00 for children 6-12.

Vermont Governors Cup Loaded with Champions
NASCAR Star Clint Bowyer (15) races with Thunder Road stars Phil
Scott (14) and Brooks Clark (68) during last years Vermont Governors
Cup at Thunder Road. Photo by Buzz Fisher.
The 35th running of the Vermont Governors Cup 150, pre-
sented by VP-Small Engine Fuels (SEF), to be held Thursday, July
10th, at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, will in
all likelihood break the six-race string of consecutive different
feature winners to begin the 2014 racing campaign.
Jimmy Hebert, of Williamstown, is the latest entry for the VT
Governors Cup. He is currently second in points after the first six
events on the American Canadian Tour (ACT) this season. We
have a pretty long time before our next ACT points race, (Beech
Ridge Motor Speedway, August 9, 2014) and with T-Road just
about five minutes from our shop, the guys thought it would be fun
to go back to a track that we are pretty familiar with. We usually
have pretty good luck with the 150-lap races, and having a chance
to race with Clint Bowyer at my home track is pretty cool, said
Hebert.
In recent years the VT Governors Cup presented by VP-SEF
has included guest appearances by NASCAR stars, Ken Schrader,
Tony Stewart and Clint Bowyer. The only non-Thunder Road
regular visiting driver to win the VT Governors Cup was ACT
point leader Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (Pole) from Hudson, N.H. He
won the VT Governors Cup during the 50th anniversary of
Thunder Road in 2009.
The ACT Late Model division at Thunder Road is loaded with
previous champions. Most have graduated from the intermediate
Bond Auto Tiger Division over the years. Barres favorite son,
Nick Sweet won a Tiger Championship in 2007 and two King of
the Road championships in 2010 and 2012. John Donahue is back
racing for his first Late Model track championship; he won back-
to-back Tiger titles in 2000 and 2001. Montpeliers David
Pembroke won a Tiger championship and has two King of the
Road titles. Shawn Fleury is a three-time Tiger Champion look-
ing for his first ACT Late Model win in this years Governors
Cup.
Defending Thunder Road Late Model track Champion Derrick
ODonnell, from North Haverhill, N.H., also won a Tiger crown in
2011. There has always been something special about winning at
Thunder Road. Maybe its the crowd, certainly the competition is
as good as any short track in the country, but the track itself is also
a constant challenge every time out. Winning there takes more
than a good set-up, you have to have some luck, things happen in
a hurry, but I guess that is what makes it so satisfying when you
do get a win, said ODonnell.
The 35th running for the Vermont Governors Cup 150, pre-
sented by VP Small Engine Fuel is scheduled for Thursday, June
10. Gates will open at 4pm and post time for qualifying heats is
6pm. Adult tickets are just $20 and kids 12 and under are free.
For more info contact the Thunder Road office at 802.244.6963
or media@acttour.com or visit www.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
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Enjoy Endless Swim
Opportunities in Vermont
Vermont offers endless naturally beautiful and pristine settings
to take a plunge into a cool lake, relax below a waterfall on a quiet
stretch of river, or splish-splash in a pond. Swimming is healthy
summertime fun for all ages, but its important to know water
conditions before you go.
Managed beaches at state parks, which draw thousands of visi-
tors each summer, are some of the safest places to jump into the
water and go for a swim. The beaches are monitored and tested for
coliform bacteria from human and animal wastes, especially after
a heavy rainfall, as well as for the cyanobacteria toxins that can
come from blue-green algae blooms during the high heat of sum-
mer.
State parks have an amazing water quality record, said Rob
Peterson, Vermont State Parks regional manager. We test weekly
for bacteria and all results are posted online for the public to
view.
Signs are also posted at many of the managed swim areas,
showing the levels of coliform bacteria from recent tests.
And many of the beach areas have trained staff to identify blue-
green algae blooms in order to protect small children and dogs,
who are more likely to ingest algae while playing at the shoreline.
The states interactive blue-green algae monitoring status map,
visited by more than 3,200 people last year, is on the Health
Departments website at: http://healthvermont.gov/enviro/bg_
algae/weekly_status.aspx
Lakeshore or private pond owners can test for both coliform
bacterial contamination and cyanobacteria toxins by purchasing
kits from the Health Department Laboratory call: 800-660-9997.
Local swimming holes are also a great natural resource, but can
be more of a risk for drowning due to unpredictable and rapidly
changing water conditions, especially after a heavy rainfall. Look,
listen and always use common sense wherever you choose to
swim this summer. About half of all drowning deaths in the state
occur in natural water settings such as lakes and rivers.
To try to prevent more drownings, the Health Department has
been hosting a Swimming Hole Safety Committee to work with
state government and private partners, including the National
Weather Service, to provide advance warnings when swimming
conditions may be unsafe.

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ADAMANT- Piano Concert. Featuring participants of the John
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BARRE- Authors at the Aldrich: Joe Eck. The garden and food
writer discusses his book, Elements of Garden Design. Aldrich Public
Library, FREE, 6pm.
Yankee Dixie. Performing Dixieland band music for the summer
concert series. Currier Park, FREE, 7pm.
CALAIS- Open Mic. At Whammy Bar, Maple Corner Store, FREE,
starts 6pm.
EAST CALAIS- H.M.S. Pinafore. The Gilbert & Sullivan favorite.
Unadilla Theatre, $20 adults/$10 kids, 7:30pm. Info. 456-8968.
MARSHFIELD- All About Wind & Air. Story time followed by
hands-on activities. For kids birth to age 7. Jaquith Public Library,
10am-11:30pm. Free lunch after the program. Info. 426-3581.
Just for Fun Film Series. This month features episodes from a popu-
lar 1967 sci-fi series known for terrible special effects & an over-
grown shopvac robot. Jaquith Public Library, FREE, 7pm. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Capital City Band Concert. Band instrument play-
ers welcome to play along. State House lawn, FREE, 7pm. 223-7069.
Jeff Danziger Presentation & Book Signing. The political cartoonist
shares slides of his cartoons, and will sell and sign copies of his books.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 6:30pm.
Art Opening. Reception for exhibit of colored drawings by Eleanor
Kokar Ott. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 4-7pm.
WATERBURY- Nature Walk. Look for insects and bugs with Mark
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Rain date is July 11.
Thursday, July 10
ADAMANT- 110 in the Shade. QuarryWorks annual musical produc-
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CABOT- Pulled Pork Dinner. All you can eat, with salads, rolls,
desserts, drinks. Takeouts available. Cabot United Church, $8 adults/$4
kids, 5:30-6:45pm. Info. 563-2715.
EAST CALAIS- Table Manners. Part of Alan Ayckbourns comic
and poignant The Norman Conquests series. Unadilla Theatre, $20
adults/$10 kids, 7:30pm. Info. 456-8968.
Blithe Spirit. Noel Coward comedy in which a socialite and novelist
is haunted by the ghost of his first wife. Festival Theatre at Unadilla,
$20 adults/$10 kids, 7:30pm. Info. 456-8968.
MARSHFIELD- Diane Tetrault and Ira Friedman Band. Part of
outdoor summer concert series. Bring a chair/blanket & picnic. Food
also for sale. Old Schoolhouse Common, FREE, 6:30pm. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Blues in the Night. 26 smokin torchy tunes tell the
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Lost Nation Theater, $15 this preview only, 7pm. Info. 229-0492.
Reading and Book Signing: Paddling Against the Tide. With Sandy
Martin, who grew up in a ski lodge in Vermont and went on to come
the owner of Lincoln Canoe. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 6:30pm.
Andy Pitt. Blues/folk with stories to go along. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main
St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
Green Mountain Care Board Public Meeting. Includes overview of
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3rd floor, 1-4pm. Info. at http://gmcboard.vermont.gov/
SO. ROYALTON- Human Rights and the Environment: The
Relationship Becomes Clearer. Part of Hot Topics lecture series,
public welcome. VT Law School, Oakes Hall rm 007, FREE, 1pm.
TUNBRIDGE- Four Days of Dog Shows. Conformation judging,
companion events, obedience and rally. hosted by Green Mtn Dog
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Friday, July 11
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BRADFORD- Mornings at Seven. A quirky tale of small town life
in the 30s, full of characters and truths that still resonate today. Old
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CHELSEA- Chelsea Farmers Market. Plants, meats, baked goods,
prepared foods and more. Live music by The Neptunes jazz quartet
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EAST CALAIS- H.M.S. Pinafore. Unadilla Theatre, 7:30pm. See
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Blithe Spirit. Festival Theatre at Unadilla, 7:30pm. See descrip. 7/10.
MONTPELIER- Blues in the Night. 26 smokin torchy tunes tell the
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them wrong. Lost Nation Theater, $25-$30, 8pm. Info. 229-0492.
Laugh Local VT Open Mic Comedy Night. Sign up to perform, or
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St., donations welcome, sign-ups start 7:30pm, show 8pm. 793-3884.
Annual Tie Dye Party. Bring your shirts, sheets, towels, whatever.
Well be on the lawn, rain or shine. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 1pm.
Hot Neon Magic. Vermonts premier 1980s new wave cover band.
Ages 21+. Positive Pie, $5, 10:30pm.
An Evening in Greenwich Village. Folk songs of the 60s. Bagitos
Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
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July 16 at 7:30pm
July 18 at 7:30pm
July 20 at 3:00pm
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WAITSFIELD- The Secret Garden. Musical based on the classic
childrens novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Valley Players Theater,
$18 adults/$14 students/$55 family (2+2), 7:30pm. Info. 583-1674.
Heiland Consort Family Concert. Woodwind quartet offers a
30-minute, family-friendly performance of folk and dance music.
Joslin Memorial Library Park, FREE, noon. Info. 735-3611.
WATERBURY- Waterbury Arts Fest. 70+ vendors showcasing fine
art, plus food & entertainment. Nimble Arts aerobatics 6:30pm, Kat
Wright 7:30pm. Downtown Waterbury, FREE, evening hours.
WILLIAMSTOWN- Williamstown Flea Market & Farmers
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Saturday, July 12
ADAMANT- 110 in the Shade. Phillips Experimental Theater, 2pm
& 7:30pm. See description 7/10.
BARRE- Barre Farmers Market. Fresh produce, baked goods,
meats & more. At VT Granite Museum, Jones Bros. Way, 9am-1pm.
The Champlain Glassworks: Burlingtons First Manufacturing
Company. A Second Saturday program. Vermont History Center,
free with museum admission ($5/$3), 2pm. http://vermonthistory.org
BRADFORD- Mornings at Seven. Old Church Theater, 7:30pm.
See description 7/11.
EAST CALAIS- H.M.S. Pinafore. Unadilla Theatre, 7:30pm. See
description 7/9.
Strawberry/Rhubarb Festival. Fresh pie by the slice, plus tastings of
strawberry/rhubarb wine and other fruit and grape wines. Grand View
Winery, 11am-5pm. Info. 456-7012.
MONTPELIER- Capital City Farmers Market. Produce, meats,
cheeses, baked goods, plants prepared foods and more. 60 State St.,
9am-1pm.
Nature Journaling. Claire Walker Leslie teaches how to integrate
nature journaling into the core curriculum. North Branch Nature Ctr,
$60 members/$72 non, 9am-3pm. Must pre-register, call 229-6206.
Blues in the Night. Lost Nation Theater, $15 for matinee only, 2pm &
8pm. See description 7/11.
Hike Mt. Kearsarge with GMC Montpelier. Moderate to difficult, 6
miles, 2600 vertical rise, panoramic views of the White Mountains.
Call 476-7987 for meeting time and place.
Mbolo. Performing the high energy music of Senegal. Ages 21+.
Positive Pie, $5, 10:30pm.
Irish Session, 2-5pm; The Barn Band, 6-8pm. Both at Bagitos Cafe,
28 Main St. Info. 229-9212.
NORTHFIELD- Carillon Concert. Hour-long concert followed by
tours of the bell tower and demonstration on the instrument. Norwich
University, Upper Parade Ground, FREE, 1pm. Rain or shine.
STOWE- Art Opening. Celebrate the annual Exposed outdoor
sculpture exhibit with a walkabout, short talks by each artist, and food
tastings. Public welcome. Helen Day Art Center, FREE, 4pm.
TUNBRIDGE- Four Days of Dog Shows. Tunbridge Fairgrounds,
8am-6pm. See description 7/10.
WAITSFIELD- The Secret Garden. Valley Players Theater, 7:30pm.
See description 7/11.
WATERBURY- Waterbury Arts Fest. 70+ fine art vendors, food
and more. Family Bike parade starts 9am at Rusty Parker Park, plus
Art Spy Scavenger Hunt. Downtown Waterbury, FREE, all day.
Waterbury Library Pre-Moving Sale. The library is selling books
and other sundries in preparation for its relocation during construction
of the municipal complex. Waterbury Public Library, 9am-noon.
WILLIAMSTOWN- Sing a Song of Science. Family program with
Gary Dulabaum of Amber Circle Music. Part of Fizz Boom Read sum-
mer reading program. Ainsworth Public Library, 10:30am.
Sunday, July 13
ADAMANT- Piano Concert. Feat. summer session faculty. Waterside
Hall, Adamant Music School, $10/$6 students & seniors, 3pm.
BRADFORD- Mornings at Seven. Old Church Theater, 4pm. See
description 7/11.
110 in the Shade. Phillips Experimental Theater, 2pm. See 7/10.
MONTPELIER- Blues in the Night. Lost Nation Theater, 7pm. See
description 7/11.
Simon de Voil. Piano, for Sunday brunch. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St.,
11am-1pm. Info. 229-9212.
Play Ukulele by Ear Vol. 1. Workshop with Jim DVille for all levels,
but knowledge of basic chord shapes is helpful. Montpelier Senior
Activity Ctr, 58 Barre St.. $20/$35 for both workshops, 1pm.
Play Ukulele by Ear Vol. 2: Chord Progressions & The Circle.
Workshop w/Jim DVille for advanced beginners & up. Montpelier
Senior Activity Ctr, 58 Barre St.. $20/$35 for both workshops, 2:15pm.
TUNBRIDGE- Four Days of Dog Shows. Tunbridge Fairgrounds,
8am-6pm. See description 7/10.
WAITSFIELD- The Secret Garden. Valley Players Theater, 2pm.
See description 7/11.
Monday, July 14
BARRE- Wounds of Waziristan. Movie and discussion with Peace
and Justice and Madea Benjamin. Spons. by P&J, WILPF, Code Pink.
Copies of Madeas book will be available. Aldrich Library, 6-7:30pm.
Red Cross Blood Drive. Make an appointment or walk-in. All donors
receive $5 coupon for Freihoffers bakery outlet. Barre Elks Lodge,
11:30am-5:30pm. 1-800-RED-CROSS or redcrossblood.org.
MONTPELIER- Solar Power! Hands-on activities with the Vermont
Energy Education Program, with a focus on being an engineer. For
ages 6 to 9. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, childrens library, 1-4pm.
WATERBURY- Musical Story Time. With Lesley Grant, for kids
aged 18 months to 4 years. Waterbury Public Library, 5-6pm.
Tuesday, July 15
BARRE- Open Mike. With host John Lackard. South Side Tavern,
South Main St., no cover, 9pm. Info. 476-3637.
EAST CALAIS- Table Manners. Unadilla Theatre, 7:30pm. See
description 7/10.
Blithe Spirit. Festival Theatre at Unadilla, 7:30pm. See descrip. 7/10.
MONTPELIER- Petes Greens CSA 101 Presentation. Montpelier
Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre St., 1pm. Info. 223-2518.
Have Fun and Be Safe While Bicycling. Part of 8-part series, with
classroom instruction & guided bike ride. Montpelier Senior Activity
Center, 58 Barre St., 5:30-7:30pm. Info. 223-2518.
Old Time Music Session. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info.
229-9212.
Human Resources Seminar. Assoc. Industries of VT provides over-
views & updates on benefits, UI & workers comp taxes, other issues.
Capitol Plaza, $40 members/$50 non, 8:30am-3:30pm. www.aivt.org
NORTHFIELD- Northfield Farmers Market. Produce, baked
goods and crafts. Northfield Common, 3-6pm.
PLAINFIELD- Swing Peepers Family Concert & Storytelling. A
blend of natural history and ecology-themed storyies and songs. Fun
for all ages. Cutler Memorial Library, FREE, 6:30-7:30pm. 454-8504.
SO. ROYALTON- Energy Justice and Poverty in Vermont:
Burdensome for Whom? Part of Hot Topics lecture series, public
welcome. Vermont Law School, Oakes Hall room 007, FREE, 1pm.
WATERBURY- Create Monsters & Robots. Part of Waterbury
Public Librarys Crafternoon series, for ages 7 to 11. St. Leos
Parish Hall, 109 So. Main St., 1-2:30pm. Pre-register 244-7036.
WILLIAMSTOWN- Board of Trustees Meeting. All are welcome.
Ainsworth Public Library, 6pm.
Wednesday, July 16
ADAMANT- Piano Concert. Featuring artist participants from the
summer session. Waterside Hall, Adamant Music School, $10/$6 stu-
dents & seniors, 7:30pm.
BARRE- Authors at the Aldrich: Sandor Katz. The fermentation
revivalist discusses his book, The Art of Fermentation. Aldrich Public
Library, FREE, 6pm.
Patti Casey & Bob Amos. Performing original folk and bluegrass
music for the summer concert series. Currier Park, FREE, 7pm.
BRAINTREE- Line Dancing. Beginner-friendly lessons and open
dancing with Step n Time Line Dancers of Central Vermont. Abel
Mtn Campground pavilion, Mobile Acres Rd., 6:30pm. 728-5722.
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7/10 John Hiatt, Robert Cray, Shelburne Museum - Shelburne, VT
7/10 Andrew Bird & The Hands of Glory, Hopkins Center - Hanover, NH
7/10 Vintage Trouble, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
7/12 Jennifer Nettles, Indigo Girls, Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook - Gilford
7/11 and 7/12 Gogol Bordello, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
7/2 thru 7/12 The Fox on the Fairway, McCarthy Arts Center - Colchester, VT
7/12 Gordon Lightfoot, Flynn Theater - Burlington, VT
7/15 Natalie Merchant, Flynn Theater - Burlington, VT
7/15 Lord Huron, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
7/16 Sarah McLachlan, Saratoga Performing Arts Center - Saratoga Springs, NY
7/18 The Pat Travers Band, Tupelo Music Hall - White River Jct, VT
7/19 Soulshine Tour, Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook - Gilford, NH
7/19 Do Good Fest w/ Eric Hutchinson, National Life Group Campus - Montp, VT
oncert
Connections
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7-9
7/24 Anais Mitchell, Hopkins Center - Hanover, NH
7/25 Max Creek, Tupelo Music Hall - White River Jct, VT
7/25 Nickel Creek, Shelburne Museum - Shelburne, VT
7/16 thru 7/26 Arsenic and Old Lace, McCarthy Arts Center - Colchester, VT
7/25 and 7/26 Jeezum Crow Festival, Jay Peak Resort - Jay, VT
7/27 Kongos, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
7/29 Old Crow Medicine Show, Shelburne Museum - Shelburne, VT
7/31 Band of Horses, Midlake, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
8/1 thru 8/3 Osheaga Music & Arts Festival, Parc Jean-Drapeau - Montreal, QC
8/3 Iris Dement, Tupelo Music Hall - White River Jct, VT
8/6 Leon Russell, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
8/7 Umphreys McGee, Waterfront Park - Burlington, VT
8/8 Ana Popovic, Tupelo Music Hall - White River Jct, VT
8/9 The Avett Brothers, Waterfront Park - Burlington, VT
7/30 thru 8/9 Ring of Fire, McCarthy Arts Center - Colchester, VT
8/10 Buddy Guy, Waterfront Park - Burlington, VT
8/19 Bob Weir & Ratdog, Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook - Gilford, NH
8/23 Goo Goo Dolls, Daughtry, Champlain Valley Expo - Essex Jct, VT
8/23 and 8/24 WYSIWYG Festival, Burlington College - Lakeside Campus
8/28 Train, The Wallflowers, Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook - Gilford, NH
8/29 Les Claypools Duo De Twang, Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT
5/17 thru 9/7 A T-Rex Named Sue, Montshire Museum of Science - Norwich, VT
For venue phone numbers, call
The Point at 223-2396 9:00 to 5:00
Mon.-Fri., or visit our web site at www.pointfm.com
ONION RIVER COMMUNITY ACCESS MEDIA CHANNELS 15, 16, 17
Bethel Braintree Montpelier Randolph Rochester U-32 District Towns Waterbury Schedules subject to change without notice.
ORCA Media Channel 15
Public Access Weekly Program Schedule
Wednesday, July 9
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Brown Bag Series
2:00pThe Cuban Bridge
3:00p VT Crime Victims Rights Week
Celebration
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00p Hunger Council
8:00p Vermont Musicians OnThe Air
9:00p Montp Independence Day Parade
10:30p Waterbury Not Quite Independence
Day Parade
Thursday, July 10
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Hill Farming in VTs Mad River
Valley
2:00pThe Big Push: Creative Energy
to Economic Development
4:00p Songwriters Notebook
4:30p Hunger Council
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00p Employee Ownership in the
Workplace
8:00pTalking About Movies
9:00p VT Public Health Assoc. Annual Mtg.
10:00p Contemporary Dance and
Fitness Studio
Friday, July 11
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Senior Moments
2:30p Silenced Voices
3:00p Brunch With Bernie LIVE
4:00p Doug Perkins Trio
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00p Abundant Living
7:30P Memories of Montpelier
8:00p Vermont Countryside
9:00p Cloud Hidden
10:00pThe Big Push: Creative Energy
to Economic Development
Saturday, July 12
12:00a Bill Doyle on VT Issues
12:30p Italian Village Folk Concert
1:00p More Dreams Less Drugs
3:00p Life in Vermont Counties
4:00p Abundant Living
4:30p Roman Catholic Mass
5:00p Washington Baptist Church
6:00p France 24
7:00p VT Crime Victims Rights Week
Celebration
9:00p Burlington Civic Symphony
Orchestra
11:00p Gay USA
Sunday, July 13
12:00p Contemporary Dance and
Fitness Studio
1:30p Immune Dysfunction
3:00p Assassins Creed Black Flag
Story Line
3:30p Cloud Hidden
4:30p Vermont Countryside
5:30p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
6:00p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
7:00p Carolan Festival
7:30pThe Cuban Bridge
9:00p Silenced Voices
9:30pTalking About Movies
10:00p Life in Vermont Counties
11:00p Welcome To Reality: Phase B
Monday, July 14
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Solar: Imagine The Possibilities
3:00p Montp Independence Day Parade
4:30p Memories of Montpelier
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00p Senior Moments
8:30p Salaam Shalom
9:30p Brown Bag Series
11:000p Doug Perkins Trio
Tuesday, July 15
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p VT Public Health Assoc. Annual Mtg.
2:00p Waterbury Not Quite Independence
Day Parade
3:30p For the Animals
4:00p Vermont Musicians OnThe Air
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p Welcome To Reality: Phase B LIVE
7:00pTalking About Superheroes
7:30p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
8:00p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
8:30pTalking About Movies
9:00p Studio Place Arts - Tangents
ORCA Media Channel 16
Education Access Weekly Program Schedule
Wednesday, July 9
12:00p Flexible Pathways for Career
Planning
2:00p New England Culinary Institute
3:00p Green Mountain Book Award
4:00p MHS Ultimate Frisbee
5:00p Mindful Health Alternatives
6:00p Center for Research on VT
7:00p VYO Spring Concert
8:30p Life Style Health Matters
10:00p Huntington Oral History
11:30p Lets Talk About Mental Health
Thursday, July 10
12:00p Making, Love and Learning
1:30p Arts Collage Attack
2:00p Environmental and Human Life
3:00p New England Culinary Institute
4:00p Vermont Floor Hockey
5:00p Fostering a Love of Literature
6:00pThe Red Clover Award
7:00p VINS Lecture
8:00p CVTS Game of the Week
11:00p Dorothy Caneld Fisher Award
Ceremony
Friday, July 11
12:00p Author Fred Cheyette
2:30p Bird Is A Verb
4:00p VYOWinter Concert
5:00p Flexible Pathways for Career
Planning
7:00p WCSU Math Review Presentation
8:30p Fostering a Love of Literature
9:30p Green Mountain Book Award
10:30p Environmental and Human Life
Saturday, July 12
12:00p CVTS Game of the Week
3:00p RTCC Recognition Night
5:00p ITalking About Superheroes
6:00p Orchard Valley Waldorf School
Graduation
8:00p U-32 High School Graduation
9:30p Montpelier High School Graduation
11:30p Lets Talk About Mental Health
Sunday, July 13
12:00p VYO Spring Concert
1:30p Summer Video Camp
2:30p Life Style Health Matters
4:00pThe Red Clover Award
5:30p Fostering a Love of Literature
6:30p Dorothy Caneld Fisher Award
Ceremony
8:00p Making, Love and Learning
9:30p Center for Research on VT
10:30p Community Cinema
11:30p Arts Collage Attack
Monday, July 14
12:00p WCSU Math Review Presentation
1:30p Lets Talk About Mental Health
2:00p NECI Graduation
3:30p Net Zero Montpelier
6:00p U-32 High School Graduation
7:30p Montpelier High School Graduation
9:30p Road to Recovery
10:30p MHS Ultimate Frisbee
Tuesday, July 15
12:00p RTCC Recognition Night
2:00p CVTS Game of the Week
5:00p Summer Video Camp
6:00p Orchard Valley Waldorf School
Graduation
8:00p Net Zero Montpelier
10:30p Huntington Oral History
ORCA Media Channel 17
Government Access Weekly Program Schedule
Wed, July 9
7:00a Green Mountain Care Board
11:00a Carr Lot Design Committee
1:00p Governors Community Forum on
Opiate Addiction
6:30p Montpelier City Council LIVE
Thu, July 10
6:30a Child Protection Public Hearing
8:00a Central Vermont Regional Planning
Meeting
12:00p Montpelier Development Review
Board
3:00p Green Mountain Care Board
6:00p Citizens to Protect Berlin Pond
Public Hearing
9:00p State Police Awards & Promotions
10:30p City Room
Fri, July 11
7:30a Carr Lot Design Committee
9:30a Rep. Peter Welch: Making Public
Buildings More
Energy Efcient
11:00a Press Conference
12:00a International Trade & Environment
Forum
3:00p Vermont Workers Center
3:30p Central Vermont Planning Com-
mission
6:00p Montpelier City Council
10:00p Montpelier Design Review
Committee
Sat, July 12
7:00a Governors Community Forum on
Opiate Addiction
10:00a Randolph Selectboard
12:30p Waterbury Village Trustees
2:00p Berlin Selectboard
4:30p Bethel Selectboard
6:30p Carr Lot Design Committee
8:30p Child Protection Public Hearing
Sun, July 13
8:00a City Room
8:30a Montpelier Planning Commission
12:00p Waterbury Trustees
3:00p Waterbury Selectboard
7:00p Vermont Town Hall A Conversation
With Amy Goodman
Mon, July 14
6:00a Berlin Selectboard
8:30a Bethel Selectboard
10:30a Randolph Selectboard
12:30p Waterbury Village Trustees
1:30p Waterbury Selectboard
5:00p Montp Planning Commission LIVE
Tue, July 15
6:00a State Police Awards & Promotions
7:30a VT Bankers Assoc Annual Meeting
8:30a Montpelier City Council
2:00p International Trade & Environment
Forum
5:30p Mont Design Review Committee LIVE
7:00p Mont Development Review Board
10:00p VT Bankers Association Annual
Meeting
Community Media(802) 224-9901 Check out our Web page at www.orcamedia.net
CVTV Channel 23 BARRE, VT
ALL PROGRAMING SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Wednesday
3:00 AM Fright Night
5:00 AM The Y Connection
5:30 AM US Vets Interviews
6:00 AM Authors at the Aldrich
7:00 AM Sound Off
8:00 AM Burlington Jazz Festival
9:30 AM For the Animals
10:00 AM Thunder Road
12:00 PM Marty on the Move
12:30 PM For the Animals
1:00 PM CVTSport.net
4:00 PM Solar Energy
6:30 PM The Way Home
7:00 PM On the Waterfront
7:30 PM Vermont Treasures
8:00 PM City Room
8:30 PM Thunder Road
11:00 PM Talking About Movies
Thursday
2:00 AM Fright Night
6:00 AM Salaam Shalom
8:00 AM City Room
8:30 AM Vermont In Focus
9:00 AM Shotgun Express
10:00 AM On the Waterfront
10:30 AM Vermont Experiments
11:00 AM Songwriters Notebook
11:30 AM City Room
12:00 PM Authors at the Aldrich
1:00 PM Art With Tracy
2:00 PM Positively Vermont
3:00 PM Ethan Allen
4:00 PM City Room
4:30 PM CVTSport.net
7:30 PM Instant Coffee House
8:30 PM Ethan Allen
9:30 PM The Artful Word
10:00 PM Welcome to Reality
11:00 PM Fright Night
Friday
2:00 AM Fright Night
7:30 AM Shotgun Express
8:30 AM Lifelines
9:30 AM City Room
10:00 AM The Way Home
10:30 AM The Artful Word
11:00 AM CVTSport.net
2:00 PM Solar Energy
4:00 PM Class of 2014 SHS
Graduation
8:00 PM The Y Connection
8:30 PM US Vets Interviews
9:00 PM Thunder Road
11:00 PM Vermont Experiments
11:30 PM Fright Night
Saturday
2:00 AM Fright Night
7:30 AM Authors at the Aldrich
8:00 AM Captain Salty
9:00 AM Spotlight on Issues
9:30 AM Talking About Movies
10:00 AM Book Talk
11:30 AM CVTSport.net
2:30 PM Class of 2014 SHS
Graduation
5:00 PM Burlington Jazz Festival
6:00 PM Preservation Burlington
6:30 PM Lifelines
7:30 PM Authors at the Aldrich
8:00 PM Sound Off
9:00 PM VT Musicians on Air
10:00 PM Fright Night
Sunday
2:00 AM Authors at the Aldrich
6:00 AM Authors at the Aldrich
7:00 AM Captain Salty
8:00 AM Class of 2014 SHS
Graduation
10:30 AM Talking About Movies
11:00 AM CVTSport.net
2:00 PM Instant Coffee House
2:30 PM Shotgun Express
3:30 PM Thunder Road
5:30 PM Solar Energy
7:30 PM Authors at the Aldrich
8:30 PM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
9:30 PM Holistically Speaking
10:30 PM CVTSport.net
Monday
3:00 AM Fright Night
6:30 AM Arts Collage Attack
7:00 AM Preservation Burlington
7:30 AM Authors at the Aldrich
8:30 AM Salaam Shalom
9:30 AM Bill Doyle on VT Issues
10:00 AM Marty on the Move
10:30 AM City Room
11:00 AM Holistically Speaking
11:30 AM The Way Home
12:00 PM Salaam Shalom
1:00 PM Cuban Bridge
1:45 PM Vermont In Focus
2:00 PM CVTSport.net
5:30 PM Captain Salty
6:30 PM Shotgun Express
7:30 PM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
8:25 PM VT Musicians on Air
9:00 PM On the Waterfront
9:30 PM VHC Womens Equality
11:00 PM Fright Night
Tuesday
3:00 AM Fright Night
5:30 AM United Way Talent Show
7:30 AM Authors at the Aldrich
8:30 AM Captain Salty
9:30 AM For the Animals
10:00 AM Ethan Allen
10:59 AM Lifelines
1:00 PM CVTSport.net
4:00 PM Book Talk
4:45 PM Vermont In Focus
5:00 PM Holistically Speaking
5:30 PM Vermont Treasures
6:00 PM For the Animals
6:30 PM Captain Salty
7:30 PM The Way Home
8:00 PM City Room
8:30 PM Art With Tracy
9:30 PM Nuclear Free Future
10:30 PM Instant Coffee House
11:00 PM Talking About Movie
CVTV CHANNEL 7
CHARTER
COMMUNICATIONS
OF BARRE
ALL PROGRAMING SUBJECT TO CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE
Wednesday 7/9
Barre City Council 9a,12p,3p
Williamstown Select 7p,10p

Thursday 7/10
Williamstown Select 6a, 9a, 12p
TBA 3p,7p,10p

Friday 7/11
TBA 6a,9a,12p
Barre Town Select 3p,7p,10p

Saturday 7/12
Barre Town Select 6a, 9a, 12p
4 PM Washington Baptist Church
5 PM Faith Community Church
6 PM Barre Congregational Church
8 PM St. Monicas Mass
9 PM Gospel Music
10 PM Calvary Life

Sunday 7/13
1 AM Faith Community Church
2 AM Barre Congregational Church
4 AM St. Monicas Mass
5 AM Washington Baptist Church
6:30 AM Calvary Life
8 AM Gospel Music
9 AM Washington Baptist Church
10 AM Faith Community Church
11 AM Barre Congregational Church
1 PM St. Monicas Mass
3:30 PM Calvary Life
5 PM Gospel Music
6 PM Washington Baptist Church
7 PM Faith Community Church
8 PM Barre Congregational Church
10 PM St. Monicas Mass
11 PM Calvary Life

Monday 7/14
Statehouse Programming 6a,9a,12p
TBA 3, 7, 10p

Tuesday 7/15
TBA 6a,9a,12p
Statehouse Programming 3-6pm
Barre City Council Live 7pm
Wednesday
5:30 AM Dartmouth Medical
7 AM The Painted Word
10 AM Vermont Youth Orchestra
12 PM Poetry Slam
12:30 PM Granite History
2:30 PM Burlington Authors
4 PM Instant Coffee House
4:30 PM The Painted Word
6 PM CVTSport_010313
7:30 PM For the Animals
8 PM Vermont Workers Center
9 PM Ask the Experts
11:30 PM Montpelier Now

Thursday
2 AM Fright Night
6 AM CVTSport_010313
8 AM For the Animals
8:30 AM Road to Recovery
9:30 AM Dartmouth Medical
11 AM For the Animals
11:30 AM Messing Around
12 PM Granite History
1:30 PM CVSWMD
2 PM Road to Recovery
2:30 PM Vermont Movie Update
3 PM Burlington Authors
4 PM Dartmouth Medical
5:30 PM The Painted Word
6:30 PM Montpelier Now
7 PM Vermont Workers Center
8 PM Wind Power Discussion
9:30 PM New England Cooks
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ART EXHIBITS
ADAMANT- Sam Seideman. Paintings. Waterside Hall, Adamant
Music School, through 8/30.
BARRE- VCFA at SPA: MFA in Graphic Design Invitational.
Studio Place Arts, Main Floor Gallery, through 7/12.
-- The Drawing Game. By the Hecht Family. Studio Place Arts,
Second Floor Gallery, through 7/12.
-- Anti-algorithmic. By Mark Lorah. Studio Place Arts, Third
Floor Gallery, through 7/12.
-- Paletteers of VT Summer Art Show. Aldrich Library, Milne
Room, 7/21-26.
MARSHFIELD- Postcards from the Keys: Florida Winter
Paintings. Works by David Smith. Jaquith Library, through 7/12.
MONTPELIER- Spirit Images. Colored drawings by Eleanor
Kokar Ott. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, through 7/30.
-- Cindy Griffith, Marcia Hill and Anne Unangst. Local artists
exhibit works inspired by area locations. City Center, through
July.
-- Animals in Black and White. Pencil drawings by Rachel
Sargent. Green Bean Art Gallery at Capitol Grounds, through 8/1.
-- Sculpture Exhibit. Featuring contemporary sculpture created
by Vermont artists. Vermont Arts Council Sculpture Garden, ongo-
ing.
NORTHFIELD- Billboard Buildings. Collage and mixed media
by Norwich architecture professor Arthur Schaller. Norwich
Univeristy, Sullivan Museum and History Center, through 12/19.
RANDOLPH CTR- Organic Form. Sculptural basketry by
Tamara Wight. Hartness Library, Vermont Technical College,
through 8/17.
ROCHESTER- A World of Wonder. Collage and constructions
by Peter Thomashow. BigTown Gallery, through 8/24.
STOWE- The Appearance of Clarity: Works in Black and
White. Group exhibit. Helen Day Art Center, through 8/31.
Distinctions Between Color and Light. Recent works by painters
Henry Isaacs and Craig Mooney. West Branch Gallery, through
8/9.
Exposed: 2014 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. Locations around
Stowe, 7/12-10/15.
CALAIS- Open Mic. At Whammy Bar, Maple Corner Store, FREE,
starts 6pm.
EAST CALAIS- The Caretaker. Harold Pinters psychological
study of the interactions between two brothers and a tramp. Festival
Theatre at Unadilla, $20 adults/$10 kids, 7:30pm. Info. 456-8968.
EAST MONTPELIER- Kellogg-Hubbard Library Story Time on
the Road. Bring the kids for stories, songs, and a chance to sit in a real
fire truck! E.M. Fire Dept., 10:30am. Info. 223-4665.
MARSHFIELD- Live Animals Visit the Jaquith. Story time with
North Branch Nature Center. For kids birth to age 7. Jaquith Public
Library, 10am-11:30pm. Free lunch after the program. 426-3581.
Folk Dancing. Learn folk dances from around the world with
Marshfield resident, Sue Morris. All ages and beginners welcome.
Jaquith Public Library, FREE, 7pm. Info. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Capital City Band Concert. Band instrument play-
ers welcome to play along. State House lawn, FREE, 7pm. 223-7069.
Papa GreyBeard. Soulful blues and folk music by Keith Williams.
Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
STOWE- On the Town. In this classic, three sailors on leave have 24
hours to sing and dance through New York, New York while trying
to find love. Town Hall Theatre, $20/$10, 8pm. Info. 253-3961.
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at the Pancake Palace. For grades 4-7, pick up a book to read prior to
discussion. Waterbury Public Library, 5-6pm. Pre-reg. 244-7036.
Thursday, July 17
ADAMANT- 110 in the Shade. Phillips Experimental Theater,
7:30pm. See description 7/10.
DUXBURY- Music at Moose Meadow. Jazz by clarinetist Dan Liptak
& guitarist Greg Evans. Benefits Eleva Chamber Players. Moose
Meadow Lodge, $25 min. donation, 6pm. Must RSVP to 244-8354.
EAST CALAIS- The Caretaker. Festival Theatre at Unadilla,
7:30pm. See description 7/16.
EAST CORINTH- One Regiments Story in the Civil War: The
Ninth Vermont, 1862-1865.
Presentation by historian Donald
Wickman. Blake Memorial
Library, FREE, 6:30pm. Info.
439-5338.
GROTON- Tape, Paper,
Circuits: E-Origami. Did you
know you can build circuits with
paper & conductive tape? For
kids ages 10 & up (9 & under w/
adult). Groton Library, 9am-noon.
Pre-reg. 584-3358.
HARDWICK- Childrens Mini-
Concert. Featuring the Craftsbury
Chamber Players. Hardwick
Town House, FREE, 2pm.
Craftsbury Chamber Players.
Concert featuring works by
Occherini, Clarke, and Borodin.
Hardwick Town House, $25/$10
students/kids 12 & under free,
8pm. Info. 800-639-3443.
MARSHFIELD- Green Mtn
Playboys with Katie Trautz Part
of outdoor summer concert series.
Bring a chair/blanket & picnic.
Food also for sale. Old
Schoolhouse Common, FREE,
6:30pm. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Blues in the
Night. Lost Nation Theater, 7pm.
See description 7/11.
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Michael Howard. Blues/folk.
Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm.
Info. 229-9212.
Dealing with Differences: A
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workshop series led by coaches/
mediators Kathleen Moore and Ginny Sassaman. Kellogg-Hubbard
Library, Hayes Room, noon-1pm.
PLAINFIELD- Crafts that Reduce the Waste Stream. With Gwen
Lyons of Central VT Solid Waste Management District. Families and
all ages welcome. Cutler Memorial Library, 3pm. Info. 454-8504.
SO. ROYALTON- Changing Threats to Coral Reefs. With Osha
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welcome. Vermont Law School, Oakes Hall room 007, FREE, 1pm.
STOWE- On the Town. Town Hall Theatre, 8pm. See descrip. 7/16.
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ADAMANT- Piano Concert. Featuring artist participants from the
summer session. Waterside Hall, Adamant Music School, $10/$6 stu-
dents & seniors, 7:30pm.
110 in the Shade. Phillips Experimental Theater, 7:30pm. See 7/10.
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BRADFORD- Mornings at Seven. Old Church Theater, 7:30pm.
See description 7/11.
CHELSEA- Chelsea Farmers Market. Plants, meats, baked goods,
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EAST CALAIS- The Caretaker. Festival Theatre at Unadilla,
7:30pm. See description 7/16.
GREENSBORO- GRACE Summer Benefit. Cocktails, live music,
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MONTPELIER- Spit Jack. Punk, ages 21+. Charlie Os, 70 Main
St., no cover, 10pm. Info. 223-6820.
Blues in the Night. Lost Nation Theater, 8pm. See description 7/11.
D.I.Y. Robots. Well paint, collage, sculpt, or all of the above. Nuts,
bolts, and fun guaranteed. For ages 3-8. Kellogg-Hubbard Library,
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Yee and Friends Showcase. Live hip hop. Ages 21+. Positive Pie, $5,
10:30pm.
The Irregulars. Folk fiddle band w/rollicking music & contemporary
arrangements. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
RANDOLPH- Last Summer at Bluefish Cove. Part of VT Pride
Theater series. Discussion with cast & reception to follow. Chandler
Music Hall, $17/$12 advance, $20/$15 day of, 7:30pm. 728-6464.
STOWE- On the Town. Town Hall Theatre, 8pm. See descrip. 7/16.
WATERBURY- Mysterious Things Happen with Science. Fun sci-
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WILLIAMSTOWN- Williamstown Flea Market & Farmers
Market. Pump & Pantry, No. Main St., 3-6pm. 433-5908/433-1052.
Saturday, July 19
ADAMANT- 110 in the Shade. Phillips Experimental Theater, 2pm
& 7:30pm. See description 7/10.
BARRE- Barre Farmers Market. Fresh produce, baked goods,
meats & more. At VT Granite Museum, Jones Bros. Way, 9am-1pm.
Paletteers of VT Summer Art Show Registration. Aldrich Library,
Milne Room, 10am-noon.
BETHEL- Yard Sale. Including baked goods, raffle, crafts and trea-
sures. Sponsored by Catholic Daughters of Americas Court St.
Anthony #1231. St. Anthonys Church, 9am-2pm.
BRADFORD- Mornings at Seven. Old Church Theater, 7:30pm.
See description 7/11.
EAST CALAIS- Table Manners. Unadilla Theatre, 7:30pm. See
description 7/10.
MONTPELIER- Capital City Farmers Market. Produce, meats,
cheeses, baked goods, plants prepared foods and more. 60 State St.,
9am-1pm.
Blues in the Night. Lost Nation Theater, 8pm. See description 7/11.
Hike Mt. Abraham with GMC Montpelier. Moderate, 7.2 miles via
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Barika. Offering a soundscape of funk soaked in psychedelic, West
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Irish Session, 2-5pm; Dale Cavanaugh, 6-8pm. Both at Bagitos
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NORTHFIELD- Carillon Concert. Hour-long concert followed by
tours of the bell tower and demonstration on the instrument. Norwich
University, Upper Parade Ground, FREE, 1pm. Rain or shine.
RANDOLPH- The Little Dog Laughed. Part of VT Pride Theater
series. Discussion with cast & reception to follow. Chandler Music
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Compass Group, has immedi-
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Opening
Barre Technical Center
Natural Resources and
Sustainable Technology Para-Educator
2014-2015 school year (August through June)
(5 days per week from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)
The Barre Technical Center is looking for a para-educator
who can:
Support Natural Resources Instructor and 10 students
driving to worksites
Serve as substitute in this program as needed
Work with small groups of students on projects or class
work as needed
Manage daily routines within program as determined by
instructor
Participate in lunch duty with other staff in the Center
The ideal candidate would have strengths in the following area:
outdoor education, natural resources and/or sustainable
technology
strong communication skills
organizational skills
strong problem solving and confict resolution
willingness to learn
motivation and self-direction
Qualifcations:
High School diploma and beyond
Drivers license
experience in one or more of the following felds: natural
resources, trail restoration, forestry
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Qualifed candidates are invited to send a letter of interest,
resume, and 3 letters of recommendation to:
Penny Chamberlin, Director
Barre Technical Center
155 Ayers Street
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 476-6237, ext. 1139
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Medical Home
32 hour a week position
Position provides administrative support to the
clinic. Must have at least one year of experience in
a clinical or administrative setting.
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Support Specialist
Parking Enforcement Community Service Ofcer
(Part-Time)
Montpelier Police Department
The Montpelier Police Department is seeking applications for the
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The City of Montpelier is an equal opportunity employer. Applications
can be obtained at the Montpelier Police Department and submitted to
the address below. Application deadline is Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
Applications must be submitted to:
Chief Anthony J. Facos
Montpelier Police Department
1 Pitkin Court
Montpelier, VT 05602
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WASHINGTON SOUTH SUPERVISORY UNION
Northfeld and Roxbury Schools
SCHOOL YEAR 2014-2015
Special Educator (.50 FTE) Roxbury Village School
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Washington South Supervisory Union
ATTN: Job Opening
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Noon, Closed Sun & Tues.
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114 No. Main St Barre
802-476-8830
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TWO THRIFTY SISTERS
ANTIQUES, Store Hours:
Wednesday thru Saturday,
10AM-4PM.
124 No. Main St. Barre
802-622-8000
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JUNK CARS, TRUCKS
802-522-4279.
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FOR JUNK VEHICLES
Paying up to $300 for junk cars
and trucks, FREE Scrap Metal
Pick-up. Call Barre, 802-917-
2495, 802-476-4815, Bob.
*************
***BUYING***
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Harry and Lloyds
802-622-0825
************
2007 HONDA REFLEX 250
scooter, 900 miles, $4500. Ken-
more zigzag sewing machine with
table $250. Energy star 50 pint
humidifyer $50. 802-272-1574
2012 7x 16 ENCLOSED CAR-
GO trailer, rear ramp door, side
door used for storage, good con-
dition. $3500/obo. 802-793-8577
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er dresser(bureau) $40,
rainbow vacuum clean-
er $400. 802-433-1339.
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Barre Technical Center
2014-2015 School Year
Plumbing/Heating Instructor
Full Time Opening
Job Description
Ability to supervise students including management of student
behavior; record keeping; instruction; classroom and feld work/
laboratory safety, security, set-up and organization of classroom and
shop; and interaction and communication with students, support
staff, parents/guardians, and other internal and external stakehold-
ers.
We are seeking candidates with the following qualifcations:
- Holds and maintains a valid Vermont State Educator License
- Holds a minimum of an Associates degree or its equivalent
- Holds the Industry Credential/Plumbing License
- Five or more years of recent industry experience in the related
feld - required
- Working knowledge of the Vermont State Standards and the VT
Department of Education CTE competencies required.
- Experience with classroom management
- Understanding of student learning differences.
- Patience and persistence.
- Strong basic supervisory skills and the ability to supervise students
in both the classroom and lab areas
- Ability to attend required or requested training, meetings, and
professional growth activities outside of school hours (i.e. summers
and after-school).
Annual Salary is competitive in Vermont. This is a school year
position covered by the local Education Association collective
bargaining agreement.
Applications only accepted electronically through www.school-
spring.com.
Start Date: August 21, 2014
Equal Opportunity Employer
Barre Supervisory Union is committed to maintaining a work and
learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race,
color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual
orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age,
citizenship status, veteran status, political affliation, genetic infor-
mation or disability, as defned and required by state and federal
laws.
For additional information call:
Penny Chamberlin, Director
Barre Technical Center
155 Ayers Street
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 476-6237, ext. 1139
INTERESTED
IN CDL?
Classes
ongoing in Barre
Information:
476-4679
249-2886
Visit Our Website:
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Rowan Court is currently recruiting for:
Staffng and Medical Records Coordinator
The Staffng and Medical Records Coordinator will
be responsible for the day to day scheduling of
the nursing department based on resident census.
In addition, this position will be responsible for
maintaining the medical records for our residents.
Candidates for this position must possess the ability
to work independently, excercise sound judgement
and build positive relationships with staff.
A Vermont Licensed Nursing Assistant license is
desirable but not required.
Contact Pamela Byam, RN, DNS at
(802) 476-4166
for your appointment today or email
Pamela.byam@reveraliving.com
Rowan Court Health & Rehabilitation
378 Prospect Street
Barre, VT 05641
VISIT www.reverarowancourt.com
Rowan Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer of
Minority/Female/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
that promotes a smoke-free, drug-free environment. All
new employees will be subject to a pre-employment
health screening and drug test.
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16`x45 above
ground pool with all
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STONEWALL for SALE.
Rough Sawed Pine Lumber.
Make an Reasonable offer.
Details Call 802-229-4314
SUNSETTER RETRACTABLE
Awning 14X10 blue, has remote
opener and crank, side wind
screen and front, and a few oth-
ers, 3 years old paid $3000.00
Asking $950.00. to see call
802-479-1210 ask for Dave.
SUPPORT our service mem-
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in their time of need. For more in-
formation visit the Fisher House
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TOP CASH PAID FOR OLD
GUITARS! 1920s thru 1980s.
Gibson, Martin, Fender,
Gretsch, Epiphone, Guild,
Mosrite, Rickenbacker, Prai-
rie State, DAngelico, Strom-
berg, and Gibson Mandolins/
Banjos. 1-800-401-0440.
TORO BLOWER Flower Clean
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HOME APPLIANCES
NEW/NEVER Installed, Coun-
ter Top Frigidaire Gallery
5-burner 36 stove. Brand
new, sells for $799. Ask-
ing $300. call 802-476-0955
WHIRLPOOL WHISPURE AIR
Purifer. HEPA Filter. Excellent
Condition. $50. 802-485-8640
FURNITURE
WOOD ROLL-TOP com-
puter desk, $150. obo.
802-279-1176. In Barre.
MUSICAL
5PC BLACK DRUM SET
W/Snare, $250.00 Er-
ick Barre. 413-325-1942
5PC TAMA SWINGSTAR Drum
Set, 3 toms, snare, Bass drum.
Excellent-condition. $450.
Erick, Barre 413-325-1942
6YR OLD, 3/4 SIZE CELLO,
W/CASE and Bow, Ex-cond,
sounds Great! $475.00 Er-
ick Barre 413-325-1942
JBL EON Self Powered 15
Amp/Speaker $300. Er-
ick Barre 413-325-1942
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Children, Youth & Family Services
Hourly Respite: Seeking to fill hourly positions providing hourly
respite to youths with challenging behaviors in the Washington
County area. Duties include providing a fun / structured environment
as well as providing supportive counseling to youths in social,
recreational and community settings. Hours are flexible, and
include afternoon, evening and weekend scheduling. More hours
will become available in the summer months. Interested applicants
should have experience providing direct care to children and youth,
need to possess a valid drivers license, have an excellent driving
record and have access to a safe, reliable, insured vehicle. For more
information, contact Chris at 476-1480 or email at chrisw@wcmhs.
org.
Behavioral Interventionists: Provide direct supervision and
individualized support services to assigned child or youth who have
significant social, behavioral, and emotional needs. Implement
behavioral programming and provide counseling in social,
recreational and daily living skills. Bachelor's degree in related field
or working toward degree required. Experience providing direct
instruction and therapeutic services to children with challenging
behaviors preferred. Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds and execute
physical restraints required. Positions are based either within the
school and community or the home, school and community.
Multiple positions available.
Community Developmental Services
Vocational/Community Support Specialist: This position includes
primarily working with two individuals who have community and
vocational goals. Seeking motivated individual who is creative,
flexible and has some education around augmentative & alternative
communication, autism, or a willingness to learn. Anticipated 35
hours a week. Facilitated Communication training provided to
support staff. Experience with autism is preferred. Must have valid
drivers license, excellent driving record and the use of a safe,
reliable vehicle. High school diploma or equivalent.
Community & Residential Support Specialist (START): Provide
support, guidance and supervision to a challenging individual living
in his own apartment. Support would include community activities,
vocational, personal care, daily management, behavior management
and safety needs. Ability to work independently and as a team
member, strong verbal and written communication skills, and
ability to complete documentation and data recording in a timely
manner required. Must be flexible with schedule and willing to
work weekends, overnights and holidays. Four full time positions
currently available.
Employment Service Specialist: Provide supported employment
services to individuals with developmental disabilities so they can
meet employment goals of set by present employer. Individual will
specialize in the training management strategies for placement,
training, support and continuous follow-along while serving the
employer and Individual. High school diploma or equivalent and
3-5 years experience working with individuals with developmental
disabilities and job development. Two positions available.
Community Support Specialist: Provide support for a 21 year-old
man in the Barre area. Responsibilities include providing structure
and support, successfully follow and implement written behavioral
programming, manage problematic behavior, role modeling and
other duties. Bachelor's degree preferred. Experience providing
direct instruction and therapeutic services to young adults with
challenging behaviors preferred. Anticipated at 25hrs/week.
Residential/Community Support Specialist: Provide support to a
challenging individual with communication needs, both in a
residential and in a community support setting. The successful
candidate will possess strong interpersonal and communication
skills, demonstrate flexibility, and be willing to work with individuals
with a variety of support needs. 30 hours/week with benefits.
Residential Support Specialist (Supervised Apartment
Program): Provide support to consumers in their own apartments,
ensuring that the assigned individual is healthy, safe, and actively
learning within an apartment environment that fosters growth and
choice. Support may include skill development relative to activities
of daily living, social, residential, and leisure skill acquisition. Must
be flexible in work hours to be able to support consumers to attend
evening and weekend activities. 3-5 years of experience working
with adults with Developmental Disabilities, strong interpersonal
and communication skills, and willingness to work with consumers
with a variety of support needs required.
Residential Support Specialists (Hill St): Position is Sunday
through Monday 7-3, Thursday 3p-11p, Friday and Saturday 11a-
11p. Caring individual to provide day support to 6 adults residing in
a community based Intermediate Care Facility (ICF). Responsibilities
include living skills instruction, preparation to attend community
activites, physical transfers, and assisting indivudlas with day-to-
day activities.
Case Manager: Provide Case Management Services to individuals
with developmental disabilities. It is the responsibility of the Case
Manager to facilitate and assist individuals and teams in developing
a compliment of services that will meet the ever-changing supports
of the individual or family being served. Further assure that the ISA
is implemented and modified as determined by each team. QDDP
status preferred. Bachelors Degree in a related field with a
minimum of 3 years experience working with the developmentally
disabled and supervisory experience preferred but candidates with
relevant experience also considered. Two positions available.
Community Support Program
Road House Coordinator: This position is responsible for
overseeing the day to day operations of the facility. The Coordinator
provides clinical and supervisory oversight to the Residential
Counselors at Road House. Additionally, the Coordinator ensures
the facility meets the Department of Licensing and Protection
regulations for Level III facilities. BA or BS in Human Services
with at least two years of direct service to people with mental
illness.
Housing Coordinator/NAPPI Trainer: Looking for individual to
coordinate housing services for persons with serious mental illness
as well as act as trainer and coordinator of staff safety training.
Candidate must have excellent communication and organizational
skills with the ability to work as a team player, network with
housing resources in the community, and have interest in staff
training. Eclectic position that offers variety and opportunity to
work with various groups of individuals. Bachelors Degree plus
experience working with persons with serious mental illness.
Residential Counselor (Single Steps): A Residential Counselor
promotes emotional stability for eight residents with psychiatric
and/or trauma disorders through friendly daily interactions and
supportive counseling in a DBT-informed community setting.
Previous work with the psychiatric population is desirable. B.A. in
psychology or related field required. Two positions available: (1)
Full time w/ benefits and (2) hourly non-benefited.
Community Outreach Employment Specialist: Build and
strengthen vocational services and opportunities. This person will
work in coordination with the treatment team, Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, and AHS funded employment specialists as part of
the vocational team. Interface with community members and
employers to promote vocational opportunities for consumers
within the program. It is a combination of direct service and service
coordination to selected clients. Bachelor's and 2 years' experience
preferred; other combinations of relevant experience and education
will be considered. Excellent communications skills and ability to
work as a team player required.
Residential Counselor (Segue House): Promote emotional stability
for eight residents with psychiatric and co-occurring substance use
disorders through friendly daily interactions and supportive
counseling in a community setting. Bachelor's degree in psychology
or related field preferred. Previous work with the psychiatric
population is desirable.
Intensive Care Services
WRAP Counselor: WRAP staff provides support and skill coaching
to Washington County Mental Services client in a residential
setting. This staff person will also follow the containment plan in
place for this client and manage the environment in accordance with
this plan. B.A. in psychology or related field is preferred. Previous
work with the psychiatric population is desirable.
Public Inebriate Program Coordinator: Coordinate the scheduling
and program functions of the Public Inebriate Program within a
voluntary shelter program, oversee staff, coordinate training of
sobriety support workers, provide direct peer support to clients, and
other specific duties. Bachelor's degree preferred. The successful
candidate will have excellent communication skills, have been in
recovery from use of substances, have taken Recovery training, and
will have 2-3 years supervisory experience.
Sobriety Support Worker: Providing support, basic needs, and
information to individuals who are in an intoxicated state, but safe
to stay within a voluntary shelter bed program for up to 24 hours.
Follow safety protocol and manage the environment in accordance
with those protocols. Awake overnight coverage required. Prefer an
individual in recovery, familiar with peer support, who demonstrates
good judgment, with encouraging, non-judgmental attitude. A
flexible schedule is an asset. Hourly/as needed, no benefits.
Home Intervention Counselors: Provide 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 counseling and constructive interactions to promote
emotional stability. Will participate in treatment planning and
documentation, coordination and referral processes and consult
with community teams. Bachelor's degree preferred. Shifts available:
(1) Wed-Sat, generally day shift with some awake overnights
required; (2) Sun- Wed, generally day shift with some awake
overnights required. In the absence of vacancy/leaves will negotiate
a mutually agreeable schedule.
Nursing
(RN with a current Vermont License required)
Registered Nurse: Provide leadership and instruction for two Level
III Residential Care Homes in Barre, train and delegate to unlicensed
assistive personnel, monitor and ensure compliance with federal
and state regulations governing Level III Care Homes. Advocate
and intervene to promote wellness of residents, participate actively
and collaboratively with management team, encourage and promote
community inclusion for all residents. Must have solid clinical
skills to apply to clients of widely varied ages and health care needs,
and further challenged by developmental and/or mental health
needs. Must demonstrate flexibility, excellent communication
(verbal and written), interpersonal, critical thinking, administrative
and medical assessment skills. Experience working with Intellectual/
Developmental Disabilities population desired. 35 hours/week
(on-call availability) with benefits.
Registered Nurse - Weekends: Provide weekend professional
nursing supervision and care to consumers in crisis at the Home
Intervention program. Provide both psychiatric and physical
assessments, communicate with on call psychiatric providers,
facilitate admissions, and delegate medication administration duties
to direct care staff, as well as provide clinical supervision to direct
care staff. Strong team work and the capacity to function
independently required. Strong interpersonal skills, with strong
psychiatric and medical assessment skills needed. Hourly/as needed,
no benefits.
Transportation
Van Driver/ CDS Floater: This combined position of driver and
floater, is responsible for providing consumer transportation services
and program assistances as directed by the Learning Network Team
Leader. Van Hours will be from 6:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. and from 1:30
p.m. 3:30 p.m. M-F, 25 hours a week. Floater hours will be
dictated by the needs of the LN and SAP programs. The Learning
Network Team Leader will determine such needs and communicate
them to the floater on a weekly basis. High School Diploma or
GED. CDL preferred but not required. Must have experience
driving either a bus or operation of other large vehicles such as a
bus. Must have the ability to easily relate to and understand clients,
and the ability to work in a cooperative manner with agency staff
and outside vendors. The ideal candidate is kind, honest, reliable,
flexible, and self-motivated. She/he will be able to work
independently and as a team member
All positions require a high school diploma or equivalent, valid drivers license, good driving record, and access to a safe, reliable, and insured vehicle.
The positions below are full-time with benefits, unless otherwise specified.
Only qualified applicants will receive a response. 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.
Thank You For Saying
I Saw It In
L. Brown and Sons Printing
Seeking Full Time Workers
Graphic Designer/Plate Maker
Experience with InDesign
Jet Envelope press/small ofset pressman.
Experience on Ryobi and Halm Jet Press
Customer Service/Reception
Experience in printing trade taking
orders. Job ticket write-up.
14 Jeferson Street
Barre, VT
802-476-3164
800-486-1947
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MUSIC INSTRUCTION: Pro-
fessional instructor/musi-
cian. Musicspeak Education
Program (www.musicspeak.
org) 802-793-8387Servic-
es in Central VT & Beyond
NORTH BRANCH Instruments,
LLC. Fretted Instrument Repair.
Buy and Sell used Fretted Instru-
ments. Michael Ricciarelli 802-
229-0952, 802-272-1875 www.
northbranchinstruments.com
CAMPING
1990 COLEMAN POP-
UP, Sleeps 6-7, $1200./
obo. 802-839-9453
HARDWOOD CAMP-
FIRE WOOD, Meshbags
$7.00/ea. Free delivery
to Seniors. 802-279-2595
BOATING
& FISHING
1986 25.5 BAYLINER CABIN
cruiser. V8 single screw engine,
9.5 wide, sleeps 6, tandem
wheel yacht trailer. Can be seen
on Craigs List. 802-272-7864.
1992 BAYLINER 2252 CLAS-
SIC. Cuddy Cabin 4.3 V6
Mercruiser, Private head, Gal-
ley, fridge, stove, Dinette, Full
Camper top. Stereo/CD, sink,
trim tabs-VHF-Fish depth
Finder, Etc too much to List.
Galvanized Surge Easy to Pull
Trailer, Excellent Condition
$6850.00/obo. 802-476-9690
1997 WACO 15FT ALUMINUM
BASS Boat w/trailer, 40hp
Force motor, mini Kota troll-
ing motor front mounted. A live
well, $1500. 802-454-7839
85 CAPRI BAYLINER, 85HP
Merc Motor, Ski/Fish boat,
Fish nder, Life Jacket & skis,
$2200.00. 802-685-2197
ALUMINUM DOCKS Aluminum
docks and boat lifts, stand-
ing, roll in, and oating are in
stock at FAIRLEE MARINE
Very easy to install and take
out yourself. Call 802-333-
9745 for more information.
BOAT RENTALS. Enjoy sh-
ing, skiing, tubing Pontoons
cruising, kayaks & canoeing!
Fairlee Marine rents them all!
They even put the runabout
boats and pontoon boats in and
out of the water so you can just
enjoy the boating. Daily and
weekly rates. Prices are all on
our website at www.fairleema-
rine.com. Call for reservations
at 802-333-9745 802-333-
9745;www.fairleemarine.com
CERTIFIED USED BOATS.
Lots of good used boats to
choose from. All of them have
been Checked over by our cer-
tied technicians and are all in
Good Operating Condition so
you can just go boating and
have fun. If its not reliable, we
wont sell it. Check them out
at our website at: www.fairl-
eemarine.com 802-333-9745.
CONSIGNMENTS. We take
good late model boats on con-
signment. We do the sale and
warranty - you collect the cash.
With our website and our repu-
tation, They usually sell fast
and you often get as much or
more than selling it yourself.
Fairlee Marine, 802-333-9745.
JET SKI Lift for sale. Manual
crank-up: carpeted bunks. Also
works for small boats. Includes a
blue vinyl canopy top, all in very
good condition. Photos avail-
able via email. $1,250 OBO.
Call Terry at 802-343-6566
NEW BOATS Lots to choose
from: PolarKraft aluminum,
Avalon pontoons, and Carolina
Skiff berglass. Powered with
Mercury or Honda motors. Our
Special Packages can be seen
on our website at www.fairl-
eemarine.com 802-333-9745
SERVICE. Is your boat unreli-
able? Are you afraid to go boating
because your boat engine might
not work? Maybe it just Doesnt
have the power it used to? Our
Certied Technicians know how
to x things right. We can check
your boat over and turn it into a
pleasure to use again. A water
test or dyno test can be includ-
ed. Call for an appointment or
just bring it in soon so you can
be ready for a fun season. FAIR-
LEE MARINE-802-333-9745;
BICYCLES
SCHWINN FULL Suspension
Cross Bike, like new, $225, adult
size. Erick, Barre 413-325-1942
STORAGE
8X20 STORAGE UNITS for rent.
Airport Rd, Berlin. 802-223-6252
8x20, 8x40 OCEAN
FREIGHT containers (new/
used) for sale. 802-223-6252.
MUSICAL
continued
BOATING &
FISHING
continued
BOATING &
FISHING
continued
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FISHING
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continued on page 28
Leahy Press, Inc. is looking for
EXPERIENCED PEOPLE FOR THE
FOLLOWING POSITIONS
PREPRESS MAC OPERATOR
Position requires a strong knowledge of quark, Adobe InDesign,
Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat in both Mac & PC environments.
Problem solving and costumer relation skills essential.
BINDER EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Must have experience in operating folders & cutters. Mueller experience
a plus but not necessary.
OFFSET PRESS OPERATOR
Top quality press operator fully experienced on large Heidelberg
2/color & 5/color presses,
Competitive wages, medical plan, excellent retirement plan and a
chance to grow with a well established printing company You may
email your resume to leahy@leahypress.com. EOE
P.O. Box 428
Montpelier, VT 05601
Phone: 802-223-2100
TEMPORARY OPENINGS
WITH
Keurig Green Mountain
in Waterbury.
Different schedules available.
Apply online at
www.spherion.com/jobs
Enter ID #1001901611
or call for details
1-800-639-6560
IMMEDIATE OPENING
Sterling Area Services is looking for a home
provider in the Barre- Montpelier area interested
in sharing their home and heart with a young man
with developmental disabilities. This is a half time
position with alternating home based supports
provided in two home provider settings. This man
enjoys a sense of humor, likes politics and the
environment. He loves writing and has been active
in the area of developmental disabilities legislation
and self-advocacy. Also help with supportive
schooling would be helpful. We offer a generous
tax-free stipend, agency support and training. A
clean driving record, valid Vermont drivers license
as well as a reliable and insured vehicle is required.
Extensive background checks will be conducted.
Interested candidates should call Sterling Area
Services at 802-888-7602 and ask that a Request for
Consideration application be sent to you. EOE
Motor Equipment Mechanic I, II, and III
Agency of Transportation,
Central Garage
The Agency of Transportations Central Garage has a
position available for a skilled mechanic to help keep
its feet of vehicles on the road and ready to serve the
public. As part of a team located in Berlin, you will perform
scheduled and unscheduled service and repairs on light
vehicles, dump trucks, snow plows, and heavy equipment,
with an emphasis on uptime and cost-effectiveness. This
position is being recruited at the Apprentice, Journeyman,
and Master Mechanic levels, in hopes of fnding the right
mechanic with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be a
reliable contributor towards an important public service.
You should be team oriented, a good communicator,
and committed to maintaining a positive and safe work
environment. Specifc requirements are available on-line.
Reference job postings 615053, 615103, 615104. Berlin,
permanent, full-time. Application deadline 7/13/14. http://
humanresources.vermont.gov/
Equal Employment Opportunity
The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applications from women, individuals with disabilities, veterans,
and people from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged.
POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Looking for reliable, energetic, professional,
customer-oriented associates. The ideal
candidate would enjoy working with food
and customer interaction. Must be 18.
Pay is based on prior experience. Flexible
availability which would include nights and
weekends. Apply in person at 80 So. Main St., Waterbury,
or send resume to acomeau@vmwvt.com No phone calls, please.
E.O.E.
Williamstown Elementary School
Head Cook
Seeking a school year cook for 8 hours a day,
6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., for our PreK-5 school
of approximately 250 students.
The successful applicant will be a team player, become a
member of school wellness, and be dedicated to providing
nutritional food that includes the use of fresh local foods
when available.
Send cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference to:
Chris Locarno, Business Manager
Orange North Supervisory Union
111B Brush Hill Road
Williamstown, VT 05679
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SPORTING
EQUIPMENT
STAIRMASTER COMMERCIAL
MODEL, cost $1995 about 12
years old. $450 In perfect con-
dition. 223-7006, 229-4950
BUILDING
MATERIALS
6FT LONG metal fence posts
25+ $2.00ea/obo. 802-793-8577
HUNTING/GUNS/
ARCHERY
NEW AND used guns, muzzle
loaders, accessories. Snowsville
Store, E. Braintree 802-728-5252
RITEWAY SPORTS over 1000
New & Used Firearms $700,000
Plus Inventory of Guns, Ar-
chery, Fishing, Scopes, Knives
& More. Between Ford Dealer-
ship & Light, Hardwick 802-472-
5916 Mon-Sat 9-5, Sun 9-2.
TOOLS/MACHINERY
TooI Warehouse OutIet, Inc.
Rt. 302 Barre-MontpeIier
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TOOLS REPAIRED
Air, electric, hydraulic. Tool
Warehouse Outlet, Barre-Mont-
pelier Rd.
802-479-3363, 1-800-462-
7656.
WOOD/HEATING
EQUIP.
FIREWOOD ALL HARD Wood,
Green, Mostly Maple, Cut/
Split/Delivered $200/cord.
Marshfeld and surround-
ing areas. 802-274-7676
FIREWOOD, GREEN and
SEASONED call 802-454-1062
For Prices, Leave message.
GREEN HARDWOOD Fire-
wood. Good quality split and
delivered. Call Jon Boozan log-
ging and frewood to place your
order. 802-730-6274 delivered
in Washington, and Orange.
HARDWOOD KINDLING,
Meshbags $7.00/ea. Free de-
livery to Seniors. 802-279-2595
METALBESTOS INSULATED
Chimney pipes. Everyday low
price. Plainfeld Hardware &
General Store, Rt2 East Mont-
pelier Rd, Plainfeld. 802-454-
1000 Open 7 Days a Week
VERMONT CASTINGS
Wood heater, in perfect
condition summer priced
$395. 223-7006, 229-4950
FARM/GARDEN/
LAWN
BRUSH-HOGGING in Cen-
tral Vermont area. No
feld is to small or to large.
Call Brian 802-839-6527.
CEDAR BROOK FARM; Ce-
dar Fence Posts, Brush Hog-
ging, Pasture Renovation,
Rototilling, Planting, Wildlife
Food Plots. 802-274-2955
email-ajpalmiero@gmail.com
DRY MULCH HAY, $3.50/bale.
Call 595-0927 or 279-6675
FOOD GRADE Barrels totes,
We have over 700 in stock
from 2 1/2Gal - 275 Gal totes.
Call for Info; Bicknell Barrels
The Barrel Man. 802-439-5149
GROW THE BEST
GARDEN IN TOWN
COMPOST 1YDS Delivered
$115. Top Soil Compost Mixed
50/50 1yd deliver $120. Just
Plain Old Cow !/!/ 3yds de-
livered $155. Sparrow Farm
E.Montpelier 802-229-2347
TIRED OF BARK MULCH?
COLORED STONE ROCKS!
www.l andscapestonesofver-
mont.com at Black Rock Coal,
East Montpelier, VT. 802-223-
4385, 1-800-639-3197.
ANIMALS/
PETS
8-WEEK OLD Registered ROT-
TWEILER PUPPIES, $600-
$800. Call Carl 802-625-0701
BABY BUNNIES will be small
Dwarf X Loinhead crosses,
ready to go, solids & bro-
kens, $20each. 802-476-3331
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
Country
Pampered
Paws
Pet Grooming & Boarding
East Montpelier
802-229-0114
Radiant Heated Floors For Winter,
Air Conditioning In Summer

DONT WANT TO
KENNEL YOUR DOG(S)?
Have your child friendly com-
panion animal stay with us in the
comfort of our home. Call Your
Pet Nannies, Sophie 802-229-
0378 or Shona 802-229-4176,
references available.
GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES
Chestnut brown/golden. Low
to no-shed. Great person-
alities, fun. Quality pedigrees,
very socialized, Mature, 40-50
pounds, Available 8/23, $1000.
802-728-5291 Brookfeld.
ANIMALS/
FARM
ALPACAS For Sale: Herd
Reduction, Males-Females-
Maidens-Yearlings-Crigs, Price
starts $100.00 up to $1,000.00
with no registry. Registry papers
are available at extra cost! East
Hardwick, VT 802-533-7788 Mike
FIVE ACRES of Grazing Land
for Rent, must maintain ani-
mals. Located in Williamstown,
Please Call 860-878-8664
WOOD/ HEATING
EQUIP.
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Do You Want To Help
Homeless Individuals
In Your Own Community?
Central Vermonts only homeless shelter
relies on volunteers like you to supervise the
shelter 365 nights a year. We are seeking more
compassionate volunteers to supervise up to 30
guests overnight from 9:30 PM to 7:00 AM.
We offer $20/night stipend to thank
you for your support. If you are
interested in volunteering, please
contact us at 479-2294.
INTAKE/CLIENT
SERVICES AND
SITE SPECIALIST
Make a difference by helping individuals &
families with their housing needs. Vermont
State Housing Authority, a statewide affordable
housing provider, has two positions open for
organized, reliable individuals to perform a
variety of technical, hands-on work related to housing programs
or managed properties.
Examples of work: coordinate all aspects of the application
process, determine eligibility, suitability & appropriate rental
subsidies or rent for new & on-going clients, process lease-ups
& reexaminations, & communicate with tenants & landlords
regarding housing subsidies or rents. Positions include extensive
telephone & public contact work & are based in Montpelier.
Must be able to multi-task & work in a fast-paced environment,
independently or as part of a team. For position details, visit
www.vsha.org.
Cover letter & resume to: HR, VSHA, 1 Prospect St., Montpelier,
VT 05602-3556.
VSHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Winooski Conservation District
Connecting peopl e to a sustainabl e l andscape
Habitat Restoration Specialist
The Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (WNRCD) is seeking a
Habitat Restoration Specialist.

Duties include planning, designing and managing WNRCDs watershed
stewardship and habitat restoration initiatives throughout Washington,
Chittenden and parts of Orange Counties.

A background in environmental science (education or experience) is preferred.
This is a part time position. Start date: mid to late August 2014. Application
deadline is July 11, 2014 at 5pm. Apply to: sophie@winooskinrcd.org Visit:
http://winooskinrcd.org/action/job-opportunities/ for a full job description. E.O.E.
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$ A1-CASH PAID
$75 TO $300+
JUNK CARS, TRUCKS
802-522-4279.
$ CASH $
FOR JUNK VEHICLES
Paying up to $300 for junk cars
and trucks, FREE Scrap Metal
Pick-up. Call Barre, 802-917-
2495, 802-476-4815, Bob.
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ACE PAINTING
& STAINING SERVICES LLC
Covering all interior/exterior and
pressure washing needs. 802-
461-7828.
BRUSH HOGGING-Large
& Small Jobs, Home-
stead Landscape, Rhett
Savoie 802-272-7130
CARPET AND
UPHOLSTERY
CLEANING
Residential & Commercial
223-6490
Our Reputation Is Clean!

CLEANING SERVICES for
your home or business in
Central VT. Reliable, de-
pendable and hard working.
Call Teresa 802-476-7704.
DRIVEWAY
SEALCOATING
Hot Rubber Crack Repair Edging
Central Vermont Sealcoating
Steve Morris Orange, VT
272-8354
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needs, mulching, gardens in-
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FOUR SQUARE CONTRACT-
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Bob Morin 802-522-9753
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Phone 802-728-4636, Web
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No answer, Please
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QUALITY PAINTING, Stu-
art Morton, Interior/Exterior,
Repairs, Many Excellent Lo-
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0681 corsica@sover.net
TREE SERVICE; Full Tree Ser-
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experience, call Randy 802-479-
3403/249-7164 fully insured.
WILL HAUL away for free: Scrap
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etc. Furnaces, boilers and demo-
litions for a fee. No job too big or
too small. Chad, 802-793-0885.
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He would prefer a home that includes play-
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Old Aquarium Needs a Good
Cleaning
DEAR PAWS CORNER:
A few days ago, my older
brother found an empty
fish aquarium on the side
of the road. Its a pretty
nice one with a wooden
cabinet and a big, dirty
tank. Is it safe to reuse and
fill with goldfish?
-- Jackie in Tulsa, Okla.
DEAR JACKIE: If the glass isnt damaged and the aquarium
equipment -- like the light or the aerator -- is in good shape or
can be replaced, then you should be able to reuse it. If you
know someone with a lot of experience keeping larger fish
aquariums, have him or her look at it and make sure its OK.
If so, then do a really good cleaning on the tank and any
equipment that will go into it. First, remove the equipment and
any old gravel from the tank. Fill the tank with cool or warm
water (dont use hot water) and let it soak for a day. Pour out
the water and scrub with a lint-free cloth or a sponge to clear
away dirt, mold and mineral scale from the glass and bottom of
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Next, mix white vinegar with water, about half and half, and
wash out the tank again to kill many of the microbes that may
be in there. Vinegar also helps to loosen any mineral scale on
the glass. Rinse well.
Now you can begin slowly building your aquarium. Set it up
as if fish are already in it, with gravel on the bottom. Fill with
water, add water conditioner and special supplements like
Bactria, and let the aerator run for at least two days.
Meantime, read up on how to maintain a large aquarium,
which takes much more work than a fishbowl, and decide what
fish you want to keep in it. You should add them one at a time
at first as you get used to managing the larger water system.
Send your questions or comments to ask@pawscorner.com.
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TAG SALES YARD SALES
GARAGE SALES
RUMMAGE SALES
3 FAMILY YARD sale. Fri-
day & Saturday July 11 & 12,
9-4. RTE 14, Williamstown.
ADK Annual Garage Sale To ben-
eft altruistic endeavors and schol-
arships. Friday and Saturday,
8am-2pm. 26 Cherrywood Drive,
Barre, (off Quarry Hill). Multi-fam-
ily Sale. Something for everyone.
BERLIN, 1049 CROSSTOWN RD.
9-3, 7/11,12&13. Children toys,
books, snowshoes, twin bed frame
& mattress, gardening books,
clothing, TVs + household items.
BERLIN, Saturday, 9-3, FARM-
ERS MARKET/FLEA MARKET
at Big Lots, Berlin Shopping
Center, Barre For Info 522-8636.
CHELSEA GARAGE sale, July
12-13, Sat 8-5pm/Sun 10-5pm,
106 Vt Rt 110
2 miles south Chelsea post offce.
Bargain prices, like new books,
religious, spiritual, metaphysical,
healing, home building, garden-
ing, cooking and more. Tapes,
cds, dvds, snowshoes, sports
equipment, household items and
much more. Pre-moving sale.
COUNTRY SALE - Antiques,
glassware, country crafts, old
wicker potty chair, rocking
horse, old mirror, cloth, lace,
little of everything. 522 Car-
rier Rd, Washington. Friday, July
11 9-3. Saturday, July 12 9-2.
ESTATE MOVING garage
sale. Everything must go. Near
Spaulding HS, Westview Con-
dos, 122 Batchelder St, Barre.
Friday 8-2 & Saturday 8-2.
ESTATE SALE. Friday 7/11 &
Saturday 7/12, 9-3, 416 Hen-
ry Hough Road Waterbury.
GARAGE SALE MORETOWN
FRI/SAT 10-5PM. In Middlesex
get on 100B, two miles and fol-
low signs. For Sale: Ping-pong
table, plant boxes, plant stands,
offce desk, wooden desk in ex.
condition, thule car rack, brand
new patio door, dog agility equip-
ment, plant stands, wooden
quilting stand, some fabric, craft
patterns and other misc. items.
GARAGE SALE, July 11-12,
8am-4pm. 380 Creamery Rd,
Washington, VT. Portable per-
gola w/canopy, wood chipper, an-
tiques, parlor woodstove, house-
hold items, Lots of Good Stuff.
GIGANTIC RECORD and BOOK
Sale, Fill a bag of paperbacks
$3.00, Hard backs $4.00, LPs
$1.50 each, 3 for $4.00. CDs
Cassettes, VCRs. July 12 8am-
3:30pm. 365 VT Rte 110 Chelsea.
HUGE LAWN SALE, 54 SHAW
MANSION RD, WATERBURY
CENTER,(Kneeland Flats side).
Saturday 7/12th, 9-3, Sunday
7/13th, 9-noon. Four person
wooden swing w/roof for sale.
Lots of DVDs movies, Books,
games, Something For Every-
one!
No Early Birds, Please.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY Lawn
sale in Williamstown. This Fri-
day, Saturday & Sunday, July
11, 12&13, at the top of Route
64. Rain or Shine. Something for
everyone, too many items to list.
LARGE GARAGE SALE, Lots of
baby girls clothes sizes from 12
Months to 3T, baby toys, outside
toys, boys 14-16, Mens small,
womens clothing, couch, Lots
of DVDs, household items, cake
pans, and much more. Friday
July 11, 9-1 & Saturday July 12,
9-1, No Early Birds Please. 399
East Cobble Hill Rd, East Barre.
ORANGE 117 EMERY RD, July
11,12,13 Follow Signs, Two
Garages Full Rain or Shine.
DOWNING SIZING
Household Items, Kitchenware,
Linens, Antiques, Tools, Like New
25HP Mower, Garage Items, Col-
lectibles-Norman Rockwell, Cot-
tage Bears, Boyds, Longaberger,
Crocks, Frost Heaves Memora-
bilia, Old AM Radios, LP,s, Mov-
ies, Sport Equipment and Much
More!
RAIN or SHINE Garage Sale,
Antiques, Old tools, fshing equip-
ment, etc. Great Prices, Friday
and Saturday 9-4. 7/11&12.
7386 County Rd, Calais.
RELOCATION SALE - July 11
& 12, 8:30-4:00. Come Check
Us Out! Watch For Smiley Face
407 Sierra Lavin Rd Barre Town.
SATURDAY 7/12/14 GARAGE
SALE 9AM - 4PM 2510 Bliss Road,
East Calais, Estate Garage Tools.
Williamstown Annual
Community Yard Sale
Main Street (Rte 14)
Williamstown
Saturday, July 12 9am-3pm
Also featuring a pie & plant sale, church BBQ,
Historical Society Open House & MORE

WATERBURY FLEA MARKET.
Vermonts Largest fea mar-
ket. Open every Saturday and
Sunday from May to October.
Only $20 a day for vendors.
Call Brien Erwin at 882-1919 or
email: vberg33@hotmail.com
WILLIAMSTOWN: Garage & Yard
Sale. Saturday, Sunday, July
12,13. 9AM. 501 VT Route 64, 1/2
Mile North of Downtown William-
stown. This is our Third Annual
Extended Family Yard Sale for
Your Family to enjoy. Pottery, Col-
lectibles, glassware, micro wave,
aquarium, household items,
books, Infant car seat w/2 bases,
Childrens Books, and everything
for babies, Clothes for girls size
Birth-4-4T and Boys size through
to 5T-youth sizes, And Lots of
kids footwear. No Early Birds.
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Central Vermont's Best Weekly Guide
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Ivory Necklace
Q: I have an ivory necklace that was given to me by my grand-
mother. It was originally purchased during the 1920s in Africa.
Whom can I contact about it with the intent to possibly sell it? --
Connie, Santa Fe, N.M.
A: If you are motivated to sell your ivory necklace, you had better
move quickly, since new U.S. laws and restrictions are being con-
sidered that would make the sale of ivory unlawful and a felony.
This is futile action to save African elephants, as most of the
poaching being done is triggered by Chinese demand. Robert
Weisblut is founder and president of the International Ivory
Society, and he might be able to advise you. Contact is 5001 Old
Ocean Blvd., No. 1, Ocean Ridge, FL 33425; and rweisblut@
yahoo.com.
***
Q: Recently while helping my mom do some spring cleaning, I
found a shoebox containing five Avon bottles from the 1940s and
50s. I almost tossed them, but thought I would check with you
first. -- Beth, Chesterfield, Mo.
A: Avon collecting reached its peak during the 1970s. Even
though older and retired Avon bottles still are collectible, the level
of activity has dropped off. You might want to contact the National
Association of Avon Collectors, P.O. Box 7006, Kansas City, MO
64113. A second source is a fascinating website, ICollectAvon.net,
which features ads, a list of discontinued Avon products and much
more.
***
Q: I have a pennant with an image of Dwight Eisenhower and the
words We Still Like Ike. It is obviously from his re-election
campaign in 1956. Is it collectible? -- Sarah, Homestead, Fla.
A: Your pennant would retail in the $25 to $40 range, according to
Warmans Political Collectibles: Identification and Price Guide,
by Enoch L. Nappen and published by Krause Books. Collecting
political memorabilia remains one of Americas favorite hobbies.
***
Q: I have a small collection of Coca-Cola items and would like to
find a club so I can swap some of the duplicates that I have. Can
you help me? -- Steve, Ramona, Calif.
A: The Coca-Cola Collectors Club is one of the most active.
Contact is PMB 609, 4780 Ashford-Dunwoody Road, Suite A,
Atlanta, GA 30338; cocacolaclub.org.
Write to Larry Cox in care of KFWS, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando,
FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@aol.com. Due
to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox cannot person-
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any materials requiring return mail.
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Bob Richardson, Owner
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which makes it illegal to advertise any
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based on race, color, religion, sex,
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MOBILE HOMES
RENT/SALE
FOR SALE for $23,500.00,
14X76 2 BEDROOM, 2 bath.
Sunroom, mudroom and deck. All
appliances included. Jamiesons
Park, Williamstown, no pets. Will
consider renting $750/mo.with
Security deposit required,
Plus utilities. 802-272-0428.
MOBILE HOME 14x70 w/
pitched roof, 2 bedroom, 2
bath, many new updates, mud-
room, all appliances included,
shed on lot. Limehurst Park,
Williamstown. $24,500 or
make an offer. 802-433-5969
MUST SEE! Needs To Be
MOVED, 26x52 3 Bedroom 2
bath, $30,000.00 obro, 802-456-
1060 Ask for Shannon or Ryan.
RANDOLPH CTR. 2000
well maintained, 3BR, 1ba,
14X70 in park. $37,000
obo. 802-829-9327.
WE BUY Used Homes. VIL-
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Playground, Lease, Deposit,
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COMMERCIAL
RENTALS/SALES
For Rent:
Newly Renovated Ofce
Space in Montpelier
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1 Month Free Rent for
3-year Lease
2 Months Free Rent for
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Lots of Parking
Call Steve at 223-2100
We have commercial space
available for lease and sale
and businesses for sale
throughout the
Central Vermont area.
For more information, please
call John at BCK Real Estate.
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BCK Real Estate
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COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR
LEASE; Offce, Warehouse,
Retail, Shop Space. Numer-
ous prime locations through-
out Central Vermont. Call
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together.net for inquiries.
COMMERCIAL SPACE, RT2
E.Montpelier, up to 3,000 sq ft,
will remodel to suit, Overhead
door available. 802-272-7416
WILLIAMSTOWN 4400
Sq/Ft, with possibil-
ity of more. 4 Overhead
doors, enquire 802-433-5832.
WANTED TO RENT/
SHARE/BUY
RESPONSIBLE TENANT to
share home on Rt. 100, So.
Duxbury. $500/mo + $500
Security. 802-244-8666.
APARTMENTS
ROOMS/HOUSES
FOR RENT
3 ROOM UPSTAIRS Apart-
ment, large front porch, all
utilities except telephone and
TV. No pets or Smokers. $650.
month. Chelsea 802-685-4447
BARRE ANDREWS Court, 1
BEDROOM, 2nd foor, $675, 802-
229-5702 sal.b@myfairpoint.net
BARRE Apartment 1 BED-
ROOM. Quiet location, in-
cludes heat/electricity/rub-
bish, No pets, non-smoking,
deposit. 802-476-4662.
DOWN TOWN Barre, spacious,
open concept, 1 bedroom, 3rd
foor apartment. Private en-
trance, off-street parking, trash
removal, no pets, nonsmoker.
References, Lease & Secu-
rity Deposit. Rent $675, Call
Sue at Arguin Real Estate at
476-4121 or cell at 272-8050.
EAST CALAIS-FOR RENT: 1
OR 2 Bedroom Apartments-
BRAND NEW Interiors. Unique
features/Attractive/Conveniently
located on Route 14. Heat-Plow-
ing-Mowing included. Stove and
Refrigerator included. No smok-
ing. Pets considered. Applica-
tion and references required.
$800/Month. 802-456-8853
GRANITEVILLE HOME: 2 Floors
plus full basement; 4 bedrooms,
1 and 1/2 baths, laundry hook-up
in frst foor bathroom, attached
garage and 2 large porches.
$1000.00/month, plus utilities.
(802-584-3482) references, frst
and security deposit required.
MONTPELIER, ONE Bedroom
Apartment. Heat, hot water in-
cluded. $725/mo. References
required one block from down-
town. 223-2702, 223-7006
NORTHFIELD AREA, 2BDR,
1st foor, heat, hot water,
and washer dryer hook-
up. $875/month. Lease and
deposit. 802-498-7478.
RETIREMENT APART-
MENTS, ALL INCLUSIVE.
Meals, transportation, activities
daily. Short Leases. Monthly
specials! Call 866-338-2607
RULE OF THUMB......
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WILLIAMSTOWN 2 Bedroom
HOUSE, Heat, Hot water, rub-
bish, snow removal, No dogs,
Available August 1st. $1100
+ Deposit. 802-433-5832
VACATION RENTALS/
SALES
ORLANDO, TWO Night stay in
Westin Orlando Universal Bou-
levard. Good until December
31, 2014. $300.00 value, of-
fered at $200.00 frm. Includes
taxes and gratuity. Some re-
strictions on use and avail-
able dates. Call Ed, 485-8396.
LAND FOR SALE
(3) BUILDING LOTS all per-
mits in place. Route 14 North
East Montpelier 802-839-0227
44 ACRES WOODBURY. On
good class 4 Rd., VAST trail.
Timber. Great hunting camp lo-
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BCK offers expert advice on
maximizing your land investment.
Farms, estates, Maple Sugar
Orchards, and woodlands.
Call to arrange a consultation
whether you`re Buying or Selling.
Dave Jamieson - BCK Real Estate
(802) 479-3366, ext. 305
Cell: (802) 522-6702
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EAST MONTPELIER 7 Acres
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sale, 15.1 and 3.5 acres +/-,
with septic permits and designs.
802-371-7727
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HOMES
2004 CUSTOM BUILT ranch,
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Side by side two-bedroom apartments with a 24x24 garage (with overhead storage), plus a
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with 6.2 surveyed acres. Conveniently located just off the Barre-Montpelier Road.
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sheetrock, windows and cooks
kitchen. Completely renovated
apartment to help with the
mortgage. Spacious front porch
and extensive perennial gardens.
Walk to town within minutes.
Montpelier, $250,000
Dir: Take State Street out
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Property on
the right before
Green Mountain
Cemetery. #195
State Street
Janel Johnson
498-3013
Open House
Saturday, July 12th 10am - Noon
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Affordable home in the heart of Montpelier. Needs cosmetic TLC.
3+ bedrooms, across the street from the river. Screen porch. Attached
barn storage. As-is. Montpelier, $69,900
Comfortable living in singlewide park in village of Williamstown.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This home is in good shape with
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Fran Pickel
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72 Western Avenue Ave, Northeld, Vermont 05663
Balance your budget - How soon can you move? Great retirement-
starter home. Take a break from the heat, the pool is included. Handicap
accessible /Full concrete basement for expansion if needed. Very
accessible to Norwich & downtown amenities. MLS #4366785 $132,000.
Ask for Fran Pickel x 314.
WORCESTER - Country Setting with ROOM TO SPREAD OUT
Garden space / room for the pets & family to roam safely on 1+/- acre
on this dead end road. Good school systems. Plenty of room in the
basement to expand & is currently being used for wood shop. Laundry
Room upstairs on the main oor. Ask for Fran Pickel x 314. MLS
4349534 $149,000.
PRICE REDUCED!
PRIVACY AWAITS YOU on this 14 +/- acre property with a 3 bedroom,
2 bathroom home that has only had one owner since it was built in
1984. Closer than you think, it's only 3 miles from the new East Barre
rotary. Detached 2-car garage (built in 2000) has plenty of storage
above. Tucked up on the hill with a potential view after tree removal.
Very well kept and neat and clean. New roof in 2010, furnace replaced
in 2005 and your own POND! Close to VAST trail and lots of wildlife.
Be on vacation when you're home. ORANGE MLS #4350725 $209,000.
Contact MarthaLange@C21Jack.com or 802-229-9444.
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Colonial on 4.1 acres was built in 2000 with all the modern amenities.
City water and sewer. The master suite has a walk-in closet and private
bathroom. Two more bedrooms upstairs have their own bathroom and
half bath on the rst oor is located near the mudroom. Large kitchen
with island, under cabinet lighting, pull out shelving and eat in area.
Huge elegant formal dining room, toy/play room and a newer great
room with vaulted ceiling and radiant heat oor. Full length screened
in porch has proved ideal for three season enjoyment of the property
and extra play area. Unnished basement has a bulkhead and storage
shelving. Large space off the garage would be a great workshop or
animal stall with backyard access and space to fence for pasture.
Country living in the City. MLS#4324809 MONTPELIER $375,000.
Contact MarthaLange@C21Jack.com or 802-229-9444.
DIRECTIONS: From Berlin Street or Rt. 302 in Montpelier, turn on to
Sherwood Drive. Turn on to Robinhood Circle. Driveway is straight
ahead at the end. The sign is located along deeded driveway's ROW
through neighbor's property.
For Sale By Owner
Just Listed. Well maintained 2 bedroom, 1 bath Northeld home. Situated on 4.5 acres
in a quiet neighborhood but only about 2 miles from town. New Septic System,
newer major appliances, furnace and updated electrical. Low heating and utility costs.
Asking $156,900. Contact Kylie (802) 279-0977 or KylieVLeno@yahoo.com
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$120,000
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Looking for one-level living in a private setting with a level yard and a
detached 2-car garage for only $155,000?! 3-BR, 2-bath Barre City Ranch
with fully-equipped oak kitchen, open oor plan, master bedroom with
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By JoAnn Derson
Outdoor Pest Control
Q: Some kind of animal -- Im not sure if
its a deer or a rabbit or what -- is nibbling
away the leaves on many of my plants in
the yard and garden. Whats the best way
to keep these critters out of my yard?
-- A Reader, via email
A: Wildlife often can be an annoying (and sometimes dangerous)
presence in your yard, and it can be quite difficult to keep them
out. Deer, for example, can hop fences, and rabbits, moles and
other mammals can tunnel underneath or squeeze between dam-
aged or misaligned boards. Squirrels routinely raid bird feeders,
and in some places, bears just meander through, searching for their
favorite snack buffet -- the trash barrel. Here are some tips:
To prevent bears and raccoons, keep household trash in tightly
covered containers, ideally inside the garage or a shed.
Turn your compost frequently and cover with dirt to minimize
odors, so that rodents dont start tunneling in.
Deer sometimes can be dismayed by the smell of soap -- some
homeowners recommend putting bars of soap into old pantyhose,
and then tying the hose around tree branches near the areas you
want deer to avoid.
Set up bird feeders at least 5 feet away from trees and walls so
its harder for squirrels to reach them.
Raised garden beds can discourage rabbits and make it harder
for moles to tunnel directly to vegetable roots. Also, intersperse
naturally repellent vegetables like onion, garlic and chives
throughout the garden, or edge it with flowers like lavender or
marigold.
Place firewood stacks or building materials several feet away
from your house or shed, and make sure theyre stacked so that air
and light can get through them. This will discourage rodents and
insects from taking up residence.
HOME TIP: Remove unnecessary debris, junk or excess lawn
ornaments from around your yard. Squirrels and rabbits will have
fewer perches and hiding places, so theyll be much more reluctant
to hang around.
Send your questions or home tips to ask@thisisahammer.com.
(c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.
By Samantha
Mazzotta
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A true side by side Duplex. Great
income potential for the investor, or
live in one side and let the rent from
the other help with expenses. Each
apartment offers three bedrooms,
hardwood ooring, eat-in kitchen,
dining room and living room on
both sides. Side porches, aluminum
siding for easy maintenance, and a
corner lot with plenty of parking.
At $109,900 this Barre
property is a must see.
Call Michelle .
Conveniently located to Berlin
Elementary and I-89, this Berlin
home enjoys a most pleasant and
private .80 acre setting. Inside you
will enjoy living all on one level with
a bright open design. There is a new
master bedroom suite, another private
bedroom and a third room is a walk-
through presently used as a childs
room. The new two-car detached
garage offers loads of storage. Call us
today and be in your new home before
school starts in the fall.
$218,000
This nice, basic, well-insulated
cape is on a great 8.93 acre lot in
desirable East Montpelier . If you
desire one level living, this home is
a great option. First oor master
bedroom and two additional
bedrooms upstairs. The setting
features high bush blueberry patch,
deck and garden area.
Price reduced to
$219,900
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Ann today.
A most private Berlin location only
4.5 miles to downtown Montpelier.
The 33.3 acre site includes
soaring mountain views, terraced
grounds, a covered front porch and
outbuildings including a full shop
and carport, garden shed, a shed/
barn and even a chick coop. A
bright and open maple kitchen and
dining area with glass doors to the
rear deck, a big front living room,
and two bedrooms are on the rst
oor as well as a full bathroom and
laundry. A spacious second oor
master suite includes a separate
den/sitting area and a bath.
$315,000
Time tested design, four townhouse
style units. Each unit has two
bedrooms, washer and dryer hookups,
full attic and basement. All separate
utilities including water and sewer.
Plenty of parking and a good rental
history. This Northeld property has
been well maintained.
$265,000
Call us today for detail!
HREALTORS
eney
43517331
A true side by side Duplex. Great income
potential for the investor, or live in one
side and let the rent from the other help
with expenses. Each apartment offers
three bedrooms, hardwood ooring, eat-
in kitchen, dining room and living room
on both sides. Side porches, aluminum
siding for easy maintenance, and a
corner lot with plenty of parking. At
$109,900
this Barre property is a must see. Call
Michelle .
43550451
This nice, basic, well-insulated cape is
on a great 8.93 acre lot in desirable East
Montpelier . If you desire one level living,
this home is a great option. First oor
master bedroom and two additional
bedrooms upstairs. The setting features
high bush blueberry patch, deck and
garden area. Price reduced to
$219,900.
Schedule you appointment with Ann
today.
43427451
A most private Berlin location only 4.5
miles to downtown Montpelier. The
33.3 acre site includes soaring mountain
views, terraced grounds, a covered front
porch and outbuildings including a full
shop and carport, garden shed, a shed/
barn and even a chick coop. A bright
and open maple kitchen and dining area
with glass doors to the rear deck, a big
front living room, and two bedrooms
are on the rst oor as well as a full
bathroom and laundry. A spacious
second oor master suite includes a
separate den/sitting area and a bath.
$315,000.
Affordable, move-in ready, charming
four bedroom cape conveniently
located within walking distance to
Norwich University. Call us today
and schedule your appointment to
check out the updates (electrical,
plumbing) and fresh paint
throughout that makes this home a
great buy for rst time home buyers
or a great investment. Only
$96,000
Schedule your appointment
with Brendan.
HREALTORS
eney
ANN
CUMMINGS
272-0944
TIM
HENEY
229-0345
FRED
VAN BUSKIRK
505-8035
CHARLIE
CLARK
229-0345
BRENDAN
COYNE
245-4369
HREALTORS
eney
HeneyRealtors.com
81 Main Street
Montpelier
229-0345
135 Washington St.
Barre
476-6500
STEPHEN
BOUSQUET
793-9951
MICHELLE
MORAN GOSSELIN
249-9002
CAROL
ELLISON
249-7435
MAURICE (MOE)
FORTIER
249-7628
DOUG
DENISON
793-6065
43549071
Affordable, move-in ready, charming four
bedroom cape conveniently located within
walking distance to Norwich University. Call
us today and schedule your appointment to
check out the updates (electrical, plumbing)
and fresh paint throughout that makes this
home a great buy for rst time home buyers or
a great investment. Only
$96,000.
Schedule your appointment with Brendan.
4364656
Conveniently located to Berlin Elementary and
I-89, this Berlin home enjoys a most pleasant
and private .80 acre setting. Inside you will
enjoy living all on one level with a bright open
design. There is a new master bedroom suite,
another private bedroom and a third room is a
walk-through presently used as a childs room.
The new two-car detached garage offers loads
of storage. Call us today and be in your new
home before school starts in the fall.
$218,000.
43653071
Time tested design, four townhouse style units.
Each unit has two bedrooms, washer and dryer
hookups, full attic and basement. All separate
utilities including water and sewer. Plenty
of parking and a good rental history. This
Northeld property has been well maintained.
$265,000.
Call us today for detail!
Vermont Weather Extremes
last two weeks
Highest temperature: 93 degrees at Bethel July 2nd
Lowest temperature: 43 degrees at Averill June 27th
Heaviest rainfall: 2.20 inches in Averill ending the
morning of July 4th
Atmospheric CO2
The latest CO2 measurement July 5th was 399.70 ppm
compared to one year ago at 399.70 ppm.
Summer green-up was pulling a considerable amount of
carbon out of the atmosphere and back into the ground.
CO2 measurement typically go down, thanks to the northern
hemispheres growing season. This is known as a carbon sink
but is seasonal as the opposite occurs in the dead of winter. A
stable or non warming climate is approximately at or below 350
parts per million.
Flash Flooding Concerns Increase
this time of Year
Thanks to increased changes in the atmospheres chemistry and
changes in weather patterns due to Climate Change, a notable
increase in the number of heavy rain events associated with
summer thunderstorms has been noted. Thunderstorms of
course also bring with them lightning which can be deadly, but
also prolonged thunderstorms can bring flash flooding which is
a pretty common occurrence in the last two decades or so. The
graph shows the increasing incidence of days with high flow on
the Mad River.
According to the Vermont Climate Assessment, recently issued
information shows a general increase in high flow days with a
amazing increase of 10 or more days per year from 30 to 40 per
year. By the end of this century, projections were for a whopping
80% increase in large flow days. The Upper Midwest, Ohio
Valley region and the Northeast United States were seeing much
more frequent heavy rain flooding events.
Thunderstorms also produce strong gusty winds with what
meteorologists call wet microbursts and sometime if the jet
stream and wind conditions are right, a quick short lived
tornado.
Burlington Climate data has shown a notable increase as has
other areas in our region with days recording greater than 1 inch
amounts of rain. The increase started roughly in the mid 1980s
and has been projected to continue this increase. This implies
more and more thunderstorm days as well which come with a lot
of other hazards not to mention lightning strikes.
Earths Magnetic Field Weakening
Earths magnetic field has weakened this year, possibly leaving
the planet more vulnerable to cosmic radiation and charged
particles from the sun, scientists say. Initial readings from a new
three-satellite observation network for the planets
magnetic field also revealed that the magnetic north pole
is drifting southward toward Siberia. Each satellite in the
European Space Agencys Swarm mission is equipped
with several sensors, including magnetometers that
measure the magnetic fields strength and direction.
But given the limited amount of time the mission has been
operating, researchers arent too concerned with the
weakening of the field. They say its probably normal, and
the protective cloak around Earth should regain its strength
in the near future.
July Weather Trends
Overall temperatures for July were expected to average very
close to normal. Slightly cooler than normal weather was most
likely in the early to middle part of the month, followed by
above normal temperatures toward the middle to end of the
month.
Precipitation forecasts were for slightly below normal overall.
Normal precipitation at the E.F. Knapp airport is 4.08 inches.
This compares to a normal July Precipitation a top Mount
Mansfield of 7.64 inches for the month.
Weather system responsible will be at their maximum across
portions of Canada and the Great Lakes where temperatures here
will be cooler and conditions far wetter. This weather pattern
likely breaks later in the month of July toward one featuring one
with drier than normal conditions to our west but remaining wet
just to our north and being on the edge at times.
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