September 21, 2017 RSS feed / Communities

East Barnard

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / Marjorie Van Alstyne – 763-7036

The last of the potluck suppers for the summer months will take place this Sunday, Sept. 24 at 6 p.m. at the East Barnard Community Hall.  We have had them all summer on the last Sunday of the month and they have been joyful events. Read More

Kimball Library

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

Toddlertime is on Fridays at 10:30 a.m. and Preschooler Storytime is at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays. Legos for all ages is held on Wednesdays from 2:30–4:30 p.m., with Legos provided. The Friends of Kimball Library will meet on Thursday, Sept. Read More

Those Working in Creative Arts Invited to ‘Mashup’

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

On Sunday, Oct. Read More

Randolph Senior Center News

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The center at 6 Hale Street is open for the public Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., and serves lunch in the Fork and Spoon Café at noon. Read More

Barnard

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / Chloe Powell – 802-999-3391 clovermont@gmail.com

Hello from my last day In Istanbul. I am writing from a cafe on my cellphone because the secondhand iPad I brought seems to have crashed.  Read More

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Valley Readers Book Group Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / By Martha Slater

On Thursday, Sept. Read More

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Weatherwise

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / By Kevin Doering

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Quintown Senior Center News

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / news@ourherald.com
Hancock

Located at the Hancock Town Hall on Route 100, the center is open to the public and community members are welcome for lunch and activities. Lunch is served at noon on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. There is bingo every Friday at 11:15 a.m. Read More

Pittsfield Bazaar September 30

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / news@ourherald.com
Pittsfield

Always held on the last Saturday in September, this year’s annual Pittsfield Bazaar will be Saturday, Sept. Read More

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Rochester School Community Survey Explored Options, Shared Opinions

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

This summer, the Rochester School Board and a group of community volunteers put together and mailed out a survey to the Rochester community about the school.  Questions included simple demographics, preferred school structures, curriculum, and r Read More

Federated Church Lasagna Dinner

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Federated Church of Rochester will serve its popular Lasagna Dinner on Thursday, Oct. 5 from 5:30-7 p.m. in Fellowship Hall to help raise funds for their free Community Thanksgiving Day dinner in November.  Read More

WRV Players Fall Auditions

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

Everyone is welcome to come to audition for reading parts for the White River Valley Players’ fall production, “Central Vermont Radio Theater.”  Auditions will take place Thursday, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m.; Monday, Sept. Read More

Nat’l Forest Closes Middlebury Office

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Green Mountain National Forest announced this week that after 51 years of operation, the Middlebury Ranger District Office will officially close its doors for business on September 29.  That will leave the Rochester district office as the on Read More

Bone Builders At Town Office

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Bone Builders exercise program that has been taking place at Pierce Hall Community Center, will move to the Rochester Town Office on School Street starting Monday, Oct. Read More

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Royalton Selex Learn Plans For Nine-Unit Housing Bldg.

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / By Jo Levasseur

At the Royalton Selectboard’s September 12 meeting, David Sleeper presented plans for the nine-unit building project proposed by Tom Powers for behind the doctor’s office, requesting waste water hookup allocation. Read More

South Royalton Senior Ctr. News

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The South Royalton Senior Center is located at the Royalton Academy Building at 4266 Vt. Route 14 in South Royalton. Lunches are served on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. For more information, call 763-7386. New members are always welcome.  Read More

Royalton Library

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Royalton Memorial Library at 23 Alexander Place in South Royalton is open Tuesday-Friday, from noon-6 p.m., and Saturday, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.  Paula Smith’s story times for toddlers and preschoolers are every Thursday at 10 a.m.  Read More

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Chelsea Man Devoted To Helping Animals

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / By Martha Slater

Bernard “Snook” Downing is a man with a passion for helping animals and taking proper care of them.  Read More

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State OKs Chelsea-Tunbridge Merger Plan

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / By Sandy Vondrasek

Yesterday afternoon, the Vermont Board of Education voted 4-2 to approve a revised merger plan from Chelsea and Tunbridge, as the two towns press to put an Act 46-compliant merger in place before a November 30 deadline.  Read More

Card of Thanks

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

Thank you to the person who turned in Lois Flint’s wallet and belt bag. It was greatly appreciated. Thank you very much and God bless.  Allen & Lois Flint   Read More

Chelsea Senior Center News

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Chelsea Senior Center is located at the United Church of Chelsea at 13 North Common in Chelsea. It is open on Mondays and Fridays and serves lunch at noon. For more information, call 685-2290. New members are always welcome.  Read More

Tunbridge Tunbridge Library

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / Scott Beavers – 802-384-3937 uvconsult@hotmail.com

A special Story Hour will happen this Saturday, Sept. 23 at 9 a.m., under the leadership of Mariah, Miles, and Rowyn Lawrence. Read More

Strafford Selex Have Issues With Eliz. Mine Solar Project

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / By Jennifer Brown

The Strafford Selectboard’s September 13 meeting at Barrett Hall began by covering town business and was followed by a previously announced Town Plan meeting.  The Town Plan meeting was called to order at 7:16 p.m. Read More

Strafford Senior Center News

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / Jennifer Brown – 765-4490 jlynambrown@gmail.com
Strafford

The center is located at Barrett Memorial Hall at the junction of Vt. Route 132 and the Justin Morrill Highway, in South Strafford. Lunches are served on Wednesdays at noon. For more information, call 765-4121. New members are always welcome.  Read More

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Selex: Provisional OK for Solar at Landfill

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Randolph Selectboard met for nearly five hours last Thursday night, as the board plowed through a massive agenda containing an Ato Z list of 26 new business items.  Read More

Real Estate Transfers

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 / June 2017

• 1 Pine Ridge Road—house and 0.45 acres; $75,000; Svea A. Benson to Peter W. and Coralyn Margaret Kirchhhof.  • 6062 VT Route 66—house and 3.30 acres; $86,450; Alexis J. Burnham to Michael Bent.  • 44 Vt Rte. Read More

School Kids’ Program, SKiP Served 4,400 Summer Lunches

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Randolph Area Food Shelf recently wrapped up its summer lunch program, and by all accounts, the program was a huge success. Read More

American Legion Post #9 News

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The last Sunday of September is Gold Star Mothers Day, and this year, the commemoration is on September 24.  Read More

RUHS, Brookfield, Braintree, RES Lunch Menus

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

Monday, Sept. 26: Fish patty, bun, peas.  Tuesday, Sept. 27: Nachos, roll, romaine salad.  Wednesday, Sept. 28: sweet & sour meatballs, w/g rice, corn.  Thursday, Sept. Read More

F&W: Fishing Accesses Get ADA Upgrades

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is past the midway point on completing a series of fishing access area improvement projects designed to enhance accessibility for anglers and boaters, including those with disabilities.  Read More

Vermont AG Has Advice On Equifax Data Breach

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The giant credit reporting agency, Equifax, suffered a major data security breach on July 29. Over 240,000 Vermonters may be affected and vulnerable to identity theft.  Read More

Italian Genealogy Class Offered

Communities / Sep. 21, 2017 /

The Vermont Genealogy Library will host a class on “Beginning Italian Genealogy Research” on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 10:30 a.m-noon at the Vermont Genealogy Library at 377 Hegeman Ave. Read More