January 8, 2014
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856 US Rte 302, Barre VT 05641 - 802-476-31412931 Waterbury-Stowe Rd, Waterbury Ctr., VT 05677 - 802-244-4034M-F 9-5:30, Sat 9-4:30 (Waterbury Store Closed Tues)
Christmas Gifts Delivered to Area Veterans
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured here (left ro right) are Granville Paine, Stephen Weston, Kristin Calcagni, Steve Gilman, Ann Marie Bolton, Maria McKnight, Melvin McKnight and Leonard Normandeau.
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Applications Available for 2014-2015 Capital City Farmers Market
Applications are currently being accepted to sell locally-pro-duced agricultural products, prepared foods made with locally-grown ingredients, and traditional crafts at the Capital City Farmers Market, in Montpelier. The market application includes vending at the 26 outdoor markets starting in May 2014 and the 10 indoor markets, starting in December 2014 and running through April 2015. Applications are due by January 31, 2014. The market provides area residents and visitors with a year-round opportunity to buy the freshest produce from local growers, and to directly support Vermont’s agricultural economy. Throughout the year, shoppers can find everything local from fresh produce, cheeses, meats, maple syrup, honey, breads and baked goods, to a variety of prepared foods featuring local ingredients. In addition, the market features many locally-handmade beautiful crafts at each market. Started in 1977, it is one of the oldest markets in Vermont.Applications for the Capital City Farmers Market are available on-line on the website’s vendor page at: http://www.montpelier-farmersmarket.com/applicationvendor-info/
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