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The Vermont National Guard and the Office of the Adjutant General are proud to present “Vermont’s Own” 40th Army Band in concert. This free per-formance will take place on Wednesday, January 15th at 7:30pm in the House of Representatives at the Vermont State House in Montpelier.This year the 40th Army Band will feature the musical performance teams The Liberty Belles, a woodwind quintet, Ruck and Load, a big band style ensemble, and The Power of 10, a power rock show band.Members of the 40th Army Band serve one weekend a month and two weeks of annual training each year in the Vermont Army National Guard. As civilians the rest of the year, they are engaged in such diverse occupations as educa-tion, law, security, technology, medicine, and sales.This concert is the opener for the annual “Farmer’s Night” series of concerts and enter-tainment at the State House during the legislative session. The 7:30pm concert is free and open to the public.
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Registration forms are now online at www.giv.org/winter for two Governor’s Institutes February weekend events offering accelerated learning opportunities to 9-12th graders from every Vermont high school. “Young Vermonters who enjoy in-depth learning have so many choices at this year’s Winter Weekends!” says Governor’s Institutes Executive Director Karen Taylor Mitchell. “In addition to the challenging information technology, engineering, and current issues and leadership topicals we’ve offered before, Vermont’s motivated students can now choose between a new astronomy (astrophotography) course, advanced math for girls, or five of the summer Institutes’ most popular arts courses.” The weekends will take place February 7-9 and February 21-23, and tuition including room and board is $295 (assistance is avail-able for those with financial need.) Traditionally, Winter Weekend visual and dramatic arts courses have been first to fill, so this year GIV is expanding to offer five arts courses: theatrical impro-visation, dance improvisation, cartooning and illustration, silkscreening, and lighting design and stage production – all of which build on the strengths of the renowned sum-mer Governor’s Institute on the Arts.“All of the Governor’s Institutes are about meeting bright young artists and schol-ars where they are and provid-ing them with the tools they need to blossom. At these brief, residential winter weekends, young people get the chance to try out being away from home from Friday evening through Sunday, exploring a subject they care about with teens from all over the state who love the same thing.” Taylor Mitchell notes that while the nine longer summer Institutes require a school nomination to attend, winter opportunities are open to all talented students and enrollment is first-come, first-serve.“Don’t let geography be a barrier,” Taylor Mitchell advis-es students, noting that every-one spends the weekend on a college campus where all of the classes, meals and social activi-ties are close together. “It’s incredibly valuable practice for college, but beyond that, it’s thrilling, inspiring and just plain fun.”Find more information about GIV Winter Weekends at www.giv.org/winter or by calling 802-865-4448.
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Members of Barre Elks Lodge, American Legion Post #10, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #790 and the Barre Area Veteran’s Council gathered on Saturday December 21 to deliver fruit bas-kets, quilts and grocery cards to area veterans. Over 60 veterans were visited in area nursing homes, assisted living facilities or their home. During the visit, the veteran was given a Christmas gift of a fruit basket, quilt or grocery card. Each gift was accom-panied by a Christmas card from each of the organizations. Pictured here (left ro right) are Granville Paine, Stephen Weston, Kristin Calcagni, Steve Gilman, Ann Marie Bolton, Maria McKnight, Melvin McKnight and Leonard Normandeau.This yearly event is sponsored by Barre Elks Lodge, American Legion Post #10, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #790 and the Barre Area Veteran’s Council. For more information about this event or if you know of a deserving veteran that is “shut-in” at home, contact American Legion Post #10 Chaplain, Stephen Weston, at 802-479-0497 or e-mail navyvet261@myfairpoint.net.
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