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One of the Best Regional theaters in America - nyc drama league
montpelier
city hall
arts center
39 main
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underwritten by:
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The Point! Times Argus
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Lost Nation Theater presents
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“This is the way we were:
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Tony Award “Best Play”
Pulitzer Prize Winner
“the greatest
American play ever
written”
- Edward Albee
Thornton
Wilder’s
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Thursdays–Sundays April 10–27
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One of the Best Regional theaters in America - nyc drama league
montpelier
city hall
arts center
39 main
street
underwritten by:
Capitol Copy
Eternity Web, WDEV
National Life Group
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The Point! Times Argus
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Lost Nation Theater presents
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“This is the way we were:
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Tony Award “Best Play”
Pulitzer Prize Winner
“the greatest
American play ever
written”
- Edward Albee
Thornton
Wilder’s
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Thursdays–Sundays April 10–27
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One of the Best Regional theaters in America - nyc drama league
montpelier
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street
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National Life Group
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Congrats to Barre Swish 6th Grade Boys
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April 6 through 12 is National Volunteer Week
and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will use
the opportunity to thank more than 79,000 citizen
volunteers who give back to veterans every day at
VA medical facilities across the country.
Locally, the White River
Junction VA Medical Center
will recognize 131 volunteers
for the time and service they
contributed toward caring for
veterans; driving, directing, sit-
ting, and serving on a regular
basis.
Voluntary Service Chief,
Karen Campbell notes, “The
Medical Center is dependent,
and very appreciative, of their
outstanding volunteers who
supplement staff in delivering
quality, patient-centered care to
our veterans. Volunteers help to
inspire both staff and patients
by making the medical center a
community.”
National Volunteer Week
also presents an opportunity for
other citizens to join the ranks
of appreciative citizens serving
veterans. With President
Obama’s memorandum to
expand national service, the VA
is inviting everyone in the com-
munity to explore how they can
use their skills and unique
assets to thank veterans with
service of their own.
There are as many ways to
volunteer at the White River
Medical Center. Drivers are
needed to transport patients to
their medical appointments,
ambassadors are needed to help
visitors navigate throughout
the facility, and clinics are
seeking volunteers to assist
with clerical duties.
Telephone the White River
Junction, VT VA Medical
Center directly at 866-687-
8387 (toll free), extension 5392
to inquire about a volunteer
opportunity.
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Montpelier American Legion Post #3 recently hosted a social gathering
for Commander Robert Shu, who will soon be assuming command of
the ship U.S.S. Fitzgerald DDG62. Commander Shu took the opportunity
to visit with the ship’s sponsor, Betty Fitzgerald of Montpelier, widow of
the late William Fitzgerald, for whom the ship was named. Pictured are
American Legion Post #3 Commander Richard Harlow; Commander
Robert Shu; sponsor Betty Fitzgerald; and Senior Vice Commander
Thomas McGibney.
Barre Elks Lodge recently held it’s first “Cornhole for a Cause” cornhole
tournament to benefit the Vermont Foodbank. Thirty teams participated
in the tournament, organized by incoming Exalted Ruler Kevin Major
and PR Chair Kristin Calcagni. Pictured are the first place team, Jon
Murchison and Kevin Major. The event was such a success that the
Lodge plans on holding a tournament to benefit another charity later
Toy Drive at Maurices to Benefit
CVMC Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Maurices at the Berlin Hall is holding a toy drive to benefit the
Central Vermont Medical Center Pediatric Inpatient Unit.
“While we participate in a number of maurices-sponsored ben-
efits throughout the year, we are especially proud when we have
the opportunity to support causes right here at home,” says store
manager Kaleigh Noyes.
The toy drive began on Friday, April 4th and continues through
Sunday, April 13th. Customers can drop off their donations any
time during business hours, which are Monday-Saturday 10a-9p,
Sunday 11a-5p. Items needed include toys for toddler to preschool
ages. Examples of such are coloring books, crafts, stuffed animals,
bracelet looms, books, etc.
For each donation, people will receive a coupon for 20 percent
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cial drawing. maurices offers clothing and accessories for fashion-
savvy women in sized 0-24.
“The drive is just one way we can express how grateful we are
to be part of this community,” says Noyes. “We invite customers
to be part of this effort and look forward to giving them a special
deal on an item from maurices in return.”
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Pregnancy is so much more than
just your due date.
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At Central Vermont Women’s Health we know that
every step on your path to childbirth is an important one.
Here are a few things to keep in mind
during your pregnancy:
• Reduce the stress in your life.
Eat well, get lots of sleep and go to all your prenatal
checkups so you can rest assured that all is well.
• Tell us about medications you take.
Some medicines may harm your baby. Let’s talk about that.
• Don’t smoke, drink alcohol or use street drugs.
Nicotine, alcohol and drugs pass through
the placenta and can harm your baby.
• Stay active...or become so.
Exercise is good for you and your baby.
Let’s talk about your exercise choice just
to make sure you and your baby remain safe.
• Stay healthy.
Get a flu shot. Get regular dental care.
And talk to us about your concerns.
• Be smart. Be careful.
Protect yourself from STDs.
• Get help if your partner abuses you.
Abuse is never ok. Both you and your baby are
at risk if you live with physical, verbal or mental.
abuse. Don’t keep it a secret. You can confide in us –
we’ll direct you to help.

There is nothing more important to my partners and
me than your health and the health of your baby.


Julie Vogel, MD, FACOG

Please call Pam, Nicole or Emma at 371.5961 to schedule
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My partners and I look forward to meeting you
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The Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce held a “legislative session update” on April
2 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel with area business people and Vermont House Speaker Shap
Smith (at left seated) and Senate ProTem John Campbell (not pictured). .Topics ranged
from a possible increase in the state’s minimum wage (third highest in the country and
highest in New England) to healthcare to paid sick leave. In the above picture is, at right,
Jim Kurrle of Kurrle Fuels in Montpelier asks the two legislators about the minimum
wage prospect while CVCC executive George Malek (center, with mic) hears Smith say
that there probably would be “in some form” before adjournment. One business owner
said afterwards that she hoped there would be better communication with the legisla-
tors on how this increase would be “inflationary” and probably restrain employment of
younger people, disabled and/or “gap.”
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Students in the News
- Lindsey Noordsij, of Calais, will be giving the 2014 Super
Saturday 4-H Keynote Speech on April 12th at Barre Town
School. Her speech is titled, “What Does It Mean To Live Life To
It’s Fullest.”
- Kaitlin Daley, of Moretown, was named to the fall 2013
Dean’s List at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
- Walter Weaver, a game art and animation major from
Northfield, was elected to serve as Senator of the Division of
Communications and Creative Media of Champlain College’s
Student Government Association during the 2014-2015 school
year.
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We apologize to anyone we may have inadvertently omitted, and truly thank everyone for their time
and commitment to the Clinic and the health of our community.
PEOPLE’ S HEALTH
& WELLNESS CLI NI C
Health Care for the Uninsured
PEOPLE’ S HEALTH
& WELLNESS CLI NI C
Health Care for the Uninsured
PEOPLE’ S HEALTH
& WELLNESS CLI NI C
Health Care for the Uninsured
553 North Main Street, Barre, VT 05641 • 802-479-1229
Physicians
Ken Borie, DO
Nancy Chickering, MD
Jesse Coenen, MD
Fran Cook, MD
Susan Gresser, MD
Kris Jensen, MD
Richard Katzman, MD
Marvin Malek, MD
Terence Naumann, MD
Bernie Noe, ND
Allan Ramsay, MD
Craig Sullivan, MD
Carol Vassar, MD
Don Weinberg, MD
Stuart Williams, MD
Tony Williams, MD
Gail Yanowitch, MD
Mark Yorra, MD, Medical Director
Nurse Practitioners
Kim Ladue, FNP
Jeffrey Lourie, FNP
Tara Meyer, FNP
Alma Mueller, FNP
Elisa Vandervort, FNP
Dianne Villani, FNP
Deborah Wachtel, APRN
Linda Wulff, Adult Psych & MH CNS
Psychiatrists
J. Scott Stone, MD
Jonathan Weker, MD
Alan Zaur, MD
Mental Health Counselors
Anne Campbell, PhD
Kenneth Matzner, LICSW
Nutritionists
Bonnie Alexander, MS
Dorigen Keeney, RD
Nurses
Elizabeth Bailey, RN
Dalice Costa, LPN
Page DeCroti, LPN
Geoff Farnum, RN
Kit Gates, RN
Cecile Gendron, RN
Robyn Gonzalez, RN
University of Vermont SNP
Paula Hanson, LPN
Chris Lackey, LPN
Suzanne Liff, RN
Charity Lloyd SRN
Norwich University
Sharon Lunde, RN
Mary Rose Meany, SRN
Norwich University
Kathy Meninger, RN
Lynn Morgan, RN
Karen Murray, LPN
Susan Torchia, RN
Richard Wade, RN
Kate Wageman, RN
University of Vermont SNP
Katie Whitaker, LPN
Bodywork
Angela Cicioni, Shiatsu
Theo Exploration, MT
Melissa Hilton, Reiki
Carey Kimball, MT
Melissa Marks, MT
Nancy Mosher, Reiki
Aisha Mueller, MT
Clinical Assistance
Maj. Joe Verduzco
Norwich University pre-med
Dylan Bellavance, MA, pre-med
Lisa Schwartz, Washington County
Mental Health Services
Referral & Consulting
Practitioners
Christian Bean, MD, Orthopedics
Sally Bishko, DDS, Dentistry
Laurie Forest, DDS, Dentistry
Peter Guthmann, DDS, Dentistry
Richard Herbert, DMD, Dentistry
Arif Kahn, MD Pulmonology
Caroline Murphy, DDS, Dentistry
Daniel Sax, MD Neurology
Richard Venmar, DMD, Dentistry
Morrisville Community Dental
Clinic
Northern Vermont Oral Surgery
Plainfield Health Center Dental
Clinic
Receptionists
Holly Brown
Diane Cadorette
Dottie Cadorette
Rhoda Chickering
Kara Desiderio
Gail Falk
Jen Grey
Shirley Lyon Hodges
Doreen Lane
Farida Mueller
Barbara Neto
Norwich University Student
Johanna Nichols
Cameron O'Connor
Rebecca Page
Bria Polacek,
Norwich University Student
Lori Rathbone
Chris Shaw
Tanya Warfel
Office, Mailing & Event Help
Rita Caslani
Eleanor Fraser
Renee Houle
Shirley Kreisz
Kitty Langlois
Esther Lavin
Beverly Lord
Tracey Schnittman
Yvonne Willard
Barre Elks Club – addition painting
UVM Master Gardeners – garden
Committee Members
Sasha Bianci, MPH
Sally Bishko, DDS
Cindy Bullard, RN
Meredith Comtois, RDH
Brenda Lindemann, MPH
Richard Parnigoni, OD
Board of Trustees
Bonnie Alexander, RD
Ted Allen
Diane Cadorette
Ellen Fein
John Gardner
Judy Gendron
Laura Backus Hall
Susan Kruthers, Secretary
Lauren LaMorte, President
Steve Larose
E. John LePage
Jeremy Manchester, Treasurer
Tom Marsh
Hon. Topper McFaun
Bob Meany, Vice President
Alan Zaur, MD
Peoples’ Health & Wellness Clinic Volunteers
TAKING CARE OF OUR NEIGHBORS
Volunteers are the foundation of the People’s Health & Wellness Clinic. Without their generous
donation of time and expertise, our clinic would not exist. On behalf of the staff and patients of
the clinic, we want to say thank you to all who volunteered in 2013.
The Vermont Mountaineers
would like to extend a big
Thank You
to our fabulous volunteers
and host families!
If you’d like to be a volunteer or be a host family,
please call 223-5224.
Home Opener
Saturday, June 7
Montpelier Recreation Field
Mountaineers vs. Laconia
www.TheVermontMountaineers.com
National Volunteer Week
April 15 - 21, 2012
reveraRowanCourt.com
378 Prospect Street, Barre, VT 05641
Interested in volunteering at our
center? We’d love to have you.
Call: 802-476-4166
We would like to take this special
opportunity to thank all of our
wonderful volunteers who make
our team so much stronger!
April 6-13, 2014
Join
SCORE is a national, non-profit
organization providing free, confidential
business management advice
Volunteer your time, offer management
expertise and enjoy mentoring
entrepreneurs, contributing to the local economy,
and creating jobs.
Flexible time commitment, no pay,
no vacations, no fringe benefits – just the
satisfaction of helping others.
Contact www.SCORE.org
or email vtscore@together.net
Celebrating 50 years of service to the
business community, providing free
and confidential mentoring.
87 State St, Montpelier • 802-828-4422-217
montpelier.score@scorevolunteer.org
114 No. Main • Ste. 2 • Barre • 476-4413
M-F 10:00am−5:30pm, Saturday 11:00am−3:00pm
Your Community Clothing Store
and More
W
omen &
Children First
Kathy Bolio
Gina Newman
Dorothy Neve
We honor our volunteers who have
served us throughout the year!
Gina, Kathy and Dorothy,
thank you for your time and dedication.

Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice,
would like to thank the more than 200
volunteers who unselfshly give their time and
energy to our organization to help us care for
Vermonters in their homes.
“No one is more cherished in this world than someone
who lightens the burden of another. Tank you.”
~Author Unknown
Celebrating people doing extraordinary
things through service.
Long time volunteers, Janey Malloy and Judy Lang, enjoy
volunteering in CVHHH’s Medical Records Department
On the 40th anniversary of National Volunteer Week we take a moment to
recognize, inspire, and to encourage vol-unteers to seek out imaginative ways to
volunteer in their communities. We are fortunate that Vermonters have a long
tradition of stepping up to challenges, meeting com-munity goals and helping
our neighbors in need.
Thank You For Your Service
RSVP engages individuals who are 55 and older in meaningful volunteer
opportunities that address
Home Delivered
Meals
Companionship
Transportation
For more information on how you can make a difference in
your community please contact RSVP at
802-828-4770 or visit www.volunteervt.com
Sponsored by Central Vermont Council on Aging
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The Montpelier Recreation Department
would like to take this opportunity to
thank our many volunteers;
present and past, to insure our special events
and several programs continue to run. There
are many programs that would not happen if
our volunteers were not committed to helping
our Department. Our Ski & Skate Sale is an
example along with Halloween, all our baseball,
soccer, basketball and skiing programs.
Thank You!
Please know we are
fortunate to have
many returning and
new volunteers in our
community.
We very much
appreciate the help.
Arne, Jenny, Penny,
Norma, Rick and Carl
203 Country Club Road • Montpelier • 223-2600 Ext #27
We are grateful and appreciate ALL of our
loyal volunteers. We honor and appreciate
all the good they do for our community.
THANK YOU ALL!
MONTPELIER LODGE
OF ELKS #924
Gold 500+ hours
Elizabeth Gilligan
Roxanne Jarvis
Heidi Pelletier
Donald Ruggles
Andrea Stitzel
Eleonore Traynor
Ann Zalinger
Silver 250-499 hours
Joan Argenti
Mary Bass
Arreta Boyd
Clayton Copping
Jean Ellis
John Flannery
Eileen Gidney
Joan Habbep
Lydia Lewis
Jane Matott
Jean Rubalcaba
Linda Stowe
Bernice Tenney
Carol Van Etten
Lorraine Watker
Marilyn White
Bronze 100-249 hours
Agnes Aubertin
Nancy Bailey
William Benkwitt
Elsie Boisvert
Mary Ann Bowen
Connie Boyce
Claire Bruno
Marie Burke
Eleanor Collier
Suzanne Day
John Delphia and Prince*
Alice Duncan
Anita Ellero
Janet Foster
Mary Gagne
Joan Hart
Brandi Jagemann
John Koval
Shirley Landry
Amanda Legare
Delina Loati
Cynthia MacDonald
Coralin Mackey
Judith Manning
Joseph McKeon
Mary Ann McKeon
Jennifer Milne
Steve Needle
Nina Simmons
Pamela Tucker
Carol Welch
Rachael Williams
Jean Wortman
Raeleen Wright
Caesarina Zanleoni
Honorable Mention
Janice Abbiati
Nancy Adams
Irene Allaire
Peg Ayer
June Babel
Elder Parker Badger
Courtright Beard
Janice Bernasconi
Rosaire Bisson
Roberta Bliss
Rebecca Bowen
Angie Brault
Ted Brenneman
Anne Brereton
Chris Brown
Lisa Capaccioli
Brooke Carleton
Lisa Carlson
Rita Caslani
Marie Charbonneau
Lisa Chase
Elder Chilton
Kathy Christy
Jennifer Clark
Judith Clark
Michael Close
Meghan Darakjy
Corrine Davis
Anne DeVaughn
Christine Ditmeyer
Norma Donovan
Caron Dunlap
Karen Fiebig and Renee*
Renald Fortier
Eleanor Fraser
Hilary Goldblatt
Mary Ann Goss
Gail Gove
Sally Hall
Marie Hamel
Anna Hamilton
Judy Harden
Edith Harding
Patty Harvey
Sara Hopkins
Trish Hopkins
Renee Houle
Jean Jolley and Lyra*
Joy Kacik and Sophie Sunshine*
Aleksandra Karosas
Bryon Keiser
Lorraine Kessler
Anita Krauth
Christine Lackey
Heather Lamell
Elaine Larson
Theresa Lever
Thomas Lever
Christine Litchfield
Robert Lizzari
Beverly Lord
Christy Mahaly
Susan Mahoney
Irina Markova
Karen Matthews
Dorothy Maurice
Margaret Maxham
Emily McLean and Autumn*
Angela McLean
Polly McMurtry
Sarah Miller
Gwen Minoli
Darsey Moon and Steve*
Julia Morgan
Laurie Morrill
Marty Murphy
Judith Murray
David Myette
Dorothy Neve
Julia Nichols
Elizabeth O’Grady
Carolyn Pastore
Kassandra Perantoni
Gordon Perkinson and Lizzie*
Jenette Pickel
Carol Pierce and Sadie*
Morgan Pratt
Judy Prive
Elder Hunter Pruett
Elder Forrest Quinn
Judy Raymond
Sherry Rhynard
Denise Ricker
Carol Ringering
Arlene Rouleau
Kevin Ryan
Rachel Salloway
Tracey Schnittman
Virginia Shannon
Elizabeth Sinclair
Samantha Stabell
Lida Stoneman
Nicole Szczepanski
Brenda Thompson
Jeanette Walker
Rachel Webb
Mary White
Patricia Witham
Elder Riley Woodruff
Melanie Young and Epi*
*Therapy Dogs of Vermont
certified therapy dog
CVMC Board of
Trustees
Christopher Barbieri
Donald Carpenter
Mike Dellipriscoli
Edward Friihauf
Joyce Judy
Marta Marble
Stephen Martin
Dennis Minoli
Robin Nicholson
Heidi Pelletier
Judy Peterson
Laura Plude
Thomas Robbins
Steven Shea
Greg Voorheis
Carol Welch
CVMC Board Finance
and Audit Committee
Wanda Baril
Thomas Golonka
Jim Kurrle
Stephen Post
Joseph Preddy
CVMC Board Quality
and Risk Committee
Dr. LeGrand Burns
Jon Jamieson
Sharon Winn
CVMC Auxiliary Board
Joni Argenti
Agnes Aubertin
Peg Ayer
Wanda Baril
Mary Bass
Arreta Boyd
Janet Foster
Bonnie Giuliani
Joan Hart
Roxanne Jarvis
Shirley Landry
Sarah Miller
Heidi Pelletier
Jean Rubalcaba
Eleanore Traynor
Carol Welch
Marilyn White
Ginny Wright
Ann Zalinger
CVMC Auxiliary
Executive Committee
Wanda Baril
Sarah Miller
Heidi Pelletier
Carol Welch
CVMC Auxiliary
Finance Committee
Wanda Baril
Janet Foster
Sarah Miller
Heidi Pelletier
Eleanore Traynor
CVMC Auxiliary
Activities Committee
Mary Bass
Arreta Boyd
Heidi Pelletier
CVMC Auxiliary
Project Review
Committee
Joni Argenti
Wanda Baril
Mary Bass
Janet Foster
Bonnie Giuliani
Sarah Miller
Heidi Pelletier
Carol Welch
Marilyn White
CVMC Auxiliary
Scholarship Committee
Joni Argenti
Peg Ayer
Bonnie Giuliani
Jean Rubalcaba
Mary Lou Somers
Marilyn White
CVMC Auxiliary
Fundraising Committee
Mary Bass
Arreta Boyd
Heidi Pelletier
CVMC Auxiliary
Knitters/Crocheters
Joni Argenti
Arreta Boyd
Gail Carminati
Marie Charbonneau
Mary-Ellen Clarke
Donna French
Betty Gacetta
Joan Hart
Sheila McLean
Peggy Moon
Denise Parry
Carol Ringering
Helen Schwarzer
Ann Somers
Marilyn White
Central Vermont Medical Center would like to take this opportunity, during National Volunteer
Week, to recognize our volunteers. During calendar year 2013, 168 CVMC volunteers contributed
21,175 hours. Volunteers serve at the hospital, the cancer center, Woodridge Rehabilitation,
Nursing and The CVMC Auxiliary Bene-Fit Shop in Barre. In addition, members of the CVMC
Board of Trustees, CVMC Auxiliary and individuals from the community gave of their time
and talents. Thank you to all of our volunteers for your dedicated service on behalf of patients,
families and visitors.
CVMC volunteers who contribute 100 or more hours during the year are recognized by the
national President’s Volunteer Service Award program. As part of the program, volunteers
receive a certificate from the President of the United States and a bronze, silver or gold lapel pin
based on total hours served. Congratulations to all of the medal recipients!
CENTRAL VERMONT ADULT
BASIC EDUCATION, INC.
~~~Local Partnerships in Learning~~~
Serving Washington, Orange and Lamoille Counties
We are grateful for our community
neighbors who volunteer to make adult
education and literacy
possible for so many area residents.
46 Washington St., Suite 100
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 476-4588
info@cvabe.org
www.cvabe.org
Barre Lions Club
The Lions Club is an International volunteer program that
raises money and awareness for the deaf and the blind.
100% of the profits made from fundraising goes back into the
community and other worldwide programs
to prevent measles, purchase glasses for
the needy, and help with hearing aids.
Please join us for lunch on Tuesdays at
Noon at the Hilltop in Barre or dinner on
the first Tuesday of each month at 6pm
at the same location. Or call Rick Theken
for more information at: 479-9002
Thank You To The Community &
All Our Special Volunteers!
Project Independence
Adult Day Health Care
www.pibarre.org
802-476-3630
81 N. Main St., Suite 2, Barre, VT 05641-4283
vtfoodbank.org
Thank You
To Our
Stellar
Volunteers!
With great pleasure, The WORLD is publishing this
Special Section to recognize the hundreds of volun-
teers who give of themselves throughout the year to
better their communities and the lives of others.
National Volunteer Week
APRIL
6-13
National Volunteer Week
Aldrich Public Library
By City Hall Park in Barre
www.aldrichpubliclibrary.org
476-7550
Our Volunteers
Light Up The Library!
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www.capitalcityconcerts.org
VIOLINIST
RACHEL
BARTON PINE
with Matthew Hagle, piano
Saturday, June 1, 2013 7:30PM
Unitarian Church of Montpelier
130 Main Street, Montpelier, Vermont
“An exciting, boundary-defying performer –
Pine displays a power and confidence
that puts her in the top echelon.”
— The Washington Post
An eclectic and global programof well-known and ground-
breaking works for violin, featured are two of the great
Romantic sonatas for violin and piano: Beethoven’s Sonata for
violin and piano No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 12 No. 3, and Strauss’
Sonata for violin and piano in E-flat major, Op. 18.
She will also play a set of lullabies by Brahms, Ysaye,
and Clarke, as well as the Egyptian-flavored Sonata for
Solo Violin, a piece written for her by Arab-American
composer Mohammed Fairouz.
Tickets: $10 – $25
At the door while supplies last or
in advance from Bear Pond Books,
Montpelier
Charge Your Tickets Online:
www.capitalcityconcerts.org
Sponsored by:
Montpelier
Pharmacy
Montpelier City
Arts Fund
Maids in Vermont
Saturday, April 26, 7:30 PM
Unitarian Church of Montpelier
130 Main Street, Montpelier, Vermont
Karen Kevra - flute
Mary Rowell - violin
Stefanie Taylor - viola
Frances Rowell - cello
Rebecca Kauffman - harp
www.capitolcityconcerts.org
Maurice Ravel:
Sonatine for flute, cello, & harp
Ernst von Dohnanyi:
Serenade for violin, viola, & cello
Bohuslav Martinu:
Duo for violin & cello
Libby Larsen:
Trio in 4 movements for flute, viola,
& harp
Jean Francaix:
Quintet for flute, violin, viola, cello,
& harp
www.capitalcityconcerts.org
VIOLINIST
RACHEL
BARTON PINE
with Matthew Hagle, piano
Saturday, June 1, 2013 7:30PM
Unitarian Church of Montpelier
130 Main Street, Montpelier, Vermont
“An exciting, boundary-defying performer –
Pine displays a power and confidence
that puts her in the top echelon.”
— The Washington Post
An eclectic and global programof well-known and ground-
breaking works for violin, featured are two of the great
Romantic sonatas for violin and piano: Beethoven’s Sonata for
violin and piano No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 12 No. 3, and Strauss’
Sonata for violin and piano in E-flat major, Op. 18.
She will also play a set of lullabies by Brahms, Ysaye,
and Clarke, as well as the Egyptian-flavored Sonata for
Solo Violin, a piece written for her by Arab-American
composer Mohammed Fairouz.
Tickets: $10 – $25
At the door while supplies last or
in advance from Bear Pond Books,
Montpelier
Charge Your Tickets Online:
www.capitalcityconcerts.org
Sponsored by:
Montpelier
Pharmacy
Montpelier City
Arts Fund
Maids in Vermont
Saturday, April 26, 7:30 PM
Unitarian Church of Montpelier
130 Main Street, Montpelier, Vermont
Karen Kevra - flute
Mary Rowell - violin
Stefanie Taylor - viola
Frances Rowell - cello
Rebecca Kauffman - harp
www.capitolcityconcerts.org
Maurice Ravel:
Sonatine for flute, cello, & harp
Ernst von Dohnanyi:
Serenade for violin, viola, & cello
Bohuslav Martinu:
Duo for violin & cello
Libby Larsen:
Trio in 4 movements for flute, viola,
& harp
Jean Francaix:
Quintet for flute, violin, viola, cello,
& harp
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Washington County Sheriff W. Samuel Hill, in cooperation with the DEA, has
coordinated collection sites within Washington County, for the disposal of unused
prescription drugs.

Saturday April 26
th
2014
10 am to 2 pm

PILLS AND CAPSULES ONLY
Collection Sites:

Washington County Sheriffs Department Kinney Drugs
10 Elm Street 800 US Rt 302
Montpelier, VT Berlin, VT


Northfield Police Department Kinney Drugs
110 Wall Street 80 South Main Street
Northfield, VT Waterbury, VT


Barre City Police Department Vermont State Police Middlesex
15 Fourth Street 1080 Rt 2
Barre City, VT Middlesex, VT

In partnership with:

Turn in your unused or expired
medication for safe disposal
on APRIL 26, 2014



Washington County Sheriff W. Samuel Hill, in cooperation with the DEA, has
coordinated collection sites within Washington County, for the disposal of unused
prescription drugs.

Saturday April 26
th
2014
10 am to 2 pm

PILLS AND CAPSULES ONLY
Collection Sites:

Washington County Sheriffs Department Kinney Drugs
10 Elm Street 800 US Rt 302
Montpelier, VT Berlin, VT


Northfield Police Department Kinney Drugs
110 Wall Street 80 South Main Street
Northfield, VT Waterbury, VT


Barre City Police Department Vermont State Police Middlesex
15 Fourth Street 1080 Rt 2
Barre City, VT Middlesex, VT

In partnership with:

Turn in your unused or expired
medication for safe disposal
on APRIL 26, 2014
Montpelier Senior Activity Center
Aldrich Library Bookmarks
Gardening Raffle: Now through May 16
Our good friend Jackie Abts at Jail Branch
Greenhouse has teamed up with Friend of the
Library Marianne Kotch to assemble a very
enticing raffle that any gardener will love! At
just $1 per ticket or $5 for 6, you can afford to be
enthusiastic about buying a whole fistful of tick-
ets. The drawing will take place on May 16,
when the winner will take home everything nec-
essary to get your home garden off to a great
start: a trowel, tree wrap, labels, potting bark,
Spanish moss, hanging basket liner, fertilizer,
wrought-iron hangers, and a trellis PLUS a $25
gift certificate for use at Jail Branch Greenhouse!
Come on in and sign up for a chance to win all
these greenhouse goodies.

Paletteers Spring Art Show: On view through
May 9
This spring, the talented members of the
Paletteers were challenged to incorporate three
selected items in the paintings they entered in
their show: Fruit, Water, and a Zebra! A tour of
the Milne Community Room will take your
breath away when you see the inventive and
artistic ways these creative folks have taken to
the challenge. There’s nothing more fun that sit-
ting amongst these works of art where the three
elements are combined in dozens of different
ways. Three cheers for the Paletteers!

YA Graphic Novel Group: Thursday, April
10
On Thursday April 10, the graphic novel
group plans to get together in the Milne
Community Room for a film at 4pm and pizza &
discussion at 6pm featuring Derf Backderf’s My
Friend Dahmer. Parental discretion is advised
for younger readers. Contact Sara for more info
at aldrichteens@gmail.com.

Using Local Foods w/Lisa Mase: Fri., April
11, 3 - 3:30pm
From food as medicine to seasonal meals, this
month’s Living & Learning presentation will be
a rich blend of ideas and information. Join whole
foods cooking educator, food writer, translator
and herbalist Lisa Mase for an overview of how
to use local foods wisely. Lisa Mase is the owner
of Harmonized Cookery; visit her website: www.
harmonizedcookery.com

National Library Week: April 13-19
Lives Change @ your Library
Fine free week is something we look forward
to each spring. As part of your spring cleaning,
why not look around for any overdue or billed
books or recordings you may have borrowed
from Aldrich Library. Return them during
National Library Week and pay no fines! Check
with the folks at the main desk if you have ques-
tions about the status of your library account:
802-476-7550, ext #304.

Family Film Night: Wednesday, April 16,
6pm
Children and grown-ups alike are invited to
attend this month’s Family Film Night at 6 pm
on Wednesday, April 16 in the Milne Community
Room. This month’s film is that thrilling story
Hotel Transylvania and when you see it you’ll
know “where monsters go to get away from it
all!” Join us for this animated tale.

Reading Circle Book Group: Wed April 16,
6:30pm
This month’s book selection is The Piano
Tuner by Daniel Mason. An engrossing tale set
in remote Burma, you’ll find this one difficult to
put down.
Aldrich
Public Library
Barre
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Due to low ticket sales,
the Firebox Dinner and
Auction at MSAC on
Saturday, April 12th at 5pn
is being CHANGED to a
FREE EVENT. A simpler
chili dinner will be served
for free, with suggested
donation of $10 adults, $5 children. There will
be no appetizers, dessert or cash bar. Meat and
vegetarian chili will be served.
The event will still feature a Montpelier Fire
Department history slide show and stories with
Chief Bob Gowans and retired Asst. Chief Bob
Snetsinger, along with demonstration of a fire-
box sounding. Fire gear will be on hand for kids
to try on, and this is definitely a family-friendly
event.
The auction of two fireboxes is being changed
to a silent auction, which will begin on the night
of the event after the audience learns about the
fireboxes. The silent auction will run through
Monday, May 19th, with bidding happening at
MSAC.
Firebox postcards/posters will also be on sale
at the event. Proceeds support the Feast program
hosted at MSAC. Reservations are appreciated
by Wednesday, April 9th. To make reservations,
please call 223-2518 or e-mail msac@montpe-
lier-vt.org.
Also in Feast news, the meals program, a
partnership between MSAC, Just Basics, and
Good Taste Catering, is seeking volunteers:
kind, friendly, positive individuals who like to
work as a team to nourish the community. There
are opportunities to volunteer in the kitchen,
dining room and for home delivery of meals.
Days are Monday-Friday between the hours of
7am and 2pm. Make your own schedule!
MSAC will begin offering a monthly massage
clinic to seniors this month – usually on the third
Wednesday. Erika Peterson will offer integrative
massage, which includes a variety of techniques
and modalities to individualize each session for
the client’s needs and limitations. She has been
practicing for four years privately and works
part-time with a local chiropractor. 15 minute
chair massages are by donation; 50 minute table
massages are on a sliding scale starting at $25!
Come relax and take a break from the world!
Please call 249-4115 to schedule an appointment
as space is limited! Seniors (50+) only.
MSAC is hosting several PoemCity events
this month including a Vermont Studio Center
Alumni poetry reading on Thursday, April 17th
at 7pm. Founded by artists in 1984, the Vermont
Studio Center is the largest international artists’
& writers’ residency program in the U.S., host-
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Irish Pianist John O’Conor Closes
Celebration Series on April 12
Irish pianist John O’Conor
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of the Classic and early-
Romantic repertoires. On April
12 at 7:30pm he closes this
year’s TD Bank Celebration
Series at The Barre Opera
House with a Beethoven and
Schubert program. The perfor-
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Following initial studies in
his native Dublin, John O’Conor
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renowned pedagogue Dieter
Weber, won First Prize at the Beethoven
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with the legendary German pianist Wilhelm
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recital and concerto appearances and makes
regular visits to Europe, the USA, Japan, Korea
and China.
His recordings on the Telarc label have
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New York Times named his recording of the
Beethoven Bagatelles as the best
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John Field Nocturnes spent
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with the London Symphony
Orchestra conducted by Andreas
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For his services to music he
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French Government, the
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und Kunst” by the Austrian
Government, the Order of the
Rising Sun by the Japanese Government and he
has received many other awards.
The April 12 program at The Opera House
includes Beethoven’s Six Bagatelles, Op. 126
and the Sonata in C Major (“Waldstein”), Op. 53
and also Schubert’s Sonata in C minor, D. 958.
Tickets for John O’Conor are $16-27 with
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Vermont’s Vietnam Vets Are Welcomed Home
Photos and story by Bill Croney
The flags of the Norwich University Color Guard frame the singer of the
national anthem at the “Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Day” held at
Norwich University’s Plumley Armory.
I
t took a long time, 41 years
to be exact, but Vermont’s
Vietnam veterans have final-
ly received an official “Welcome
Home.”
On Friday, March 28th the
Vermont Legislature read a
Concurrent Resolution saluting
the Vermonters who served in
the Vietnam War (7,236) and
honored the memory of those
Vermonters who died in the con-
flict (100). Saturday, March 29th
marked the 41st anniversary of
the end of the Vietnam War and
on Sunday, March 30th, nearly
250 Vermont Vietnam veterans
gathered at Norwich University’s
Plumley Armory to take part in a
“Vietnam Veterans Welcome
Home Day” ceremony spon-
sored by the Vietnam Veterans
of America Vermont State
Council.
Perry Melvin, a former Navy corpsman and
the president of the Vermont Council, was one of
the main organizers of the event and he described
just what went into getting things ready for the
event and how it was structured.
“Right now (at 3pm) we’re getting things
ready for the veterans to come in. We have our
exhibitors set up for them to view and maybe get
some information or some help from one (or
more of them) until about 4pm, and then we start
the official ceremony with the speakers and the
reading of the resolution that the Legislature
passed on Friday. For the first hour the veterans
can just wander around the floor and meet with
other veterans for conversations and/or listen to
the period music provided by Green Mountain
Sound. After the speeches we will have an hour
of period music (60’s and ‘70’s only) and danc-
ing. We hope the veterans can mix and converse
with other veterans and enjoy the homecoming
that they deserve.”
Melvin noted that the event was put together
in a hurry. “We found out about the proclamation
just three weeks ago. We have been running
hither and you because it’s important that we
have something up this way to honor our veter-
ans. They did a small presentation down in
Bennington yesterday (Mar. 29th) but we wanted
to do something in the northern part of the state.
We talked to a couple of places but Norwich has
always been veteran friendly, this facility is fabu-
lous and they have bent over backwards for us.
We feel it is the right place to have it. We want
the vets to think about the good times rather than
the bad times and enjoy the homecoming they
never got back then,” Melvin said.
The formal part of the ceremony, which was
emceed by WDEV’s Jack Donovan, featured
short speeches by representatives from each
member of Vermont’s congressional delegation
and by Governor Peter Shumlin. All the speeches
at the formal ceremony seemed to have a recur-
ring theme: “It’s been a long time, welcome
home.” “We want to recognize your service.”
And, “It’s necessary to separate the Warrior from
the war.”
John Tracy, from Esssex, was representing
Senator Patrick Leahy at the event. And he was
easily recognized by the black Cavalry (229th
Cav. Vietnam ’71-72) hat that he was wearing.
“It’s part of the legacy of the Vietnam veterans
that we now thank the veterans for their service.
The men and women that engage in those activi-
ties should be welcomed home. We all had indi-
vidual welcomes home but the collective wel-
come by the State of Vermont is heartwarming.
You can see it in the veterans here today,” Mr.
Tracy said.
One of the highlights of the formal part of the
“Welcome Home” ceremony was the reading of
the legislative resolution by Gold Star Mother,
State Representative Vicki Strong.
For many of the veterans present it was a very
emotional experience. Richard R. Gray, American
Legion Commander, Department of Vermont,
(figuratively) put on his Vietnam veteran hat
(U.S. Army, Vietnam ’69-’70) and said as he
fought back tears, “I think that it’s inspiring that
(the state legislature) they took the time to recog-
nize us. I hold no animosity over the years over
it but it’s 41 years later. I also lost a brother in
Vietnam so this has a special place in my heart. I
was there (at the State House) for the reading on
Friday. It’s not just a Vermont thing. It’s a
national thing,” said Gray.
Russell Bibens, Commander of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars (VFW)-State of Vermont con-
curred with the Legion Commander’s assess-
ment. “Long overdue, a lot of us did our part for
this country in the 60’s and 70’s. I was proud to
wear a uniform when I came home and I
couldn’t. I finally feel like I’m welcome home
after 41 years. It’s a great thing,” he said.
The “about time” comments abounded among
the veterans present and so were the stories of
not being very welcome when they came home.
“I flew into Boston to visit my grandparents
(May’70),” said Richard Gray, “and my grand-
mother went out and got me some civilian
clothes because she said Harvard Square was
besieged by protestors and she didn’t want me
getting hurt.”
Michael Choquette, of Montpelier and
Commander of VFW post # 792 had similar
experiences. “ I remember in ’73 we had to take
our uniforms off because they were afraid we
would get mugged in airports and bus stations,
so a lot has changed in 41 years,” he said. “I was
there (U.S. Navy) near the end of things and I
can only imagine what it was like for the guys
that were there long before I was.”
It took 41 years but Vermont Vietnam veterans
finally have an official “Welcome Home!”
Governor Peter Shumlin speaks with Perry Melvin,
President of the Vermont Veterans of America
Vermont State Council, at “Vietnam Veterans
Welcome Home Day” held at Norwich last weekend.
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Granite City Grocery Hosts Two Fun and Informative Events
Granite City Grocery organizers invite its owners as well as
interested community members to two back-to-back informative
social events this April.
The first event is part of Cooperative Vermont’s “Co-op Socials
Series” and will highlight how area cooperatives have contributed
to the success of Granite City Grocery’s startup efforts. Coined the
“Co-op Socials Series: Barre Edition,” this event will be held on
Wednesday, April 16th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Quarry Grill
and Tavern in downtown Barre. There will be complimentary
appetizers as well as a cash bar. This event is underwritten in part
by Hunger Mountain Coop, Members Advantage Community
Credit Union, and Cabot Cooperative Creamery. RSVPs are
appreciated at granitecitygrocery.coop/events or by calling 802-
279-7518.
Then, on Thursday, April 17th from 7:30am to 8:30am at the
Quarry Grill and Tavern, Granite City Grocery will host a break-
fast update for owners as well as downtown merchants and
employees. Complimentary pastries, coffee and tea from Espresso
Bueno will be offered. RSVPs are appreciated at granitecitygro-
cery.coop/events or by calling 802-279-7518.
Individuals interested in becoming owners can sign up at these
events. And, owners will also be able to pick up their very own
Granite City Grocery lawn signs to post prominently on their
soon-to-be-green lawns.
What’s the story with Granite City Grocery? It’s been nearly
two years since a small group of Barre City residents organized an
event at Currier Park to launch the idea of starting a food co-op for
downtown Barre. “When it became clear that no chain grocery
store was going to come to downtown Barre, a lot of us were dis-
mayed but also hopeful,” says Emily Kaminsky, outgoing presi-
dent and one of the founding owners of Granite City Cooperative,
dba Granite City Grocery.
“In the span of just a few weeks, a bunch of us realized we could
bring fresh food to downtown Barre on our own in a way that
would transform our community. And, the efforts to start a food
cooperative were born. Barre is not alone in this effort. We are part
of a nationwide food co-op startup movement which is witnessing
the birth of over 250 new food co-ops nationwide.”
The small group that started the effort is now a growing coop-
erative of over 400 owners united under the name Granite City
Grocery and committed to establishing a retail store in downtown
Barre. With donations from the community, a grant from Food
Coop Initiative, and financial and technical support from other
area co-ops, GCG is now an incorporated cooperative with an
organizational infrastructure, a professional and independent mar-
ket study, a functioning financial model, and a plan for growing
ownership to 600 by June 2014 and 800 by year-end.
“A store is certainly in our future; that’s why we organized. But,
we can’t forget that we have a cooperative now - a democratic
association of over 400 people who want to transform Barre with
fresh, healthy food,” says current president of the board, Chris
Riddell. “We’re excited about what lies ahead for us and invite
others who are interested in our vision of a healthy and vibrant
community to purchase a share in the cooperative today. We’ve set
a goal of 200 more owners by June 30th. When we reach that goal,
we will be able to take the next step in our development which
includes testing the financial and design feasibility of our top three
sites.”
The Granite City Grocery Board of Directors looks forward to
giving its owners and interested community members an update
on April 16th and April 17th. Space is limited for these two events
and RSVPs are appreciated. RSVP at www.granitecitygrocery.
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Berlin Elementary to Host Scholastic Chess Championships
The 27th Annual Vermont Scholastic Chess Championships will
be held on Saturday, April 19th at Berlin Elementary School.
All Vermont students are eligible to compete for state champi-
onships in each grade: kindergarten through grade 6, middle
school (grades 7 & 8) and high school (grades 9 through 12). All
abilities are welcome and encouraged to participate. Swiss pairing
is used, so all players participate in every round - there are no
eliminations.
The tournament will be USCF rated and follow USCF rules.
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of confronting the persistent issues of:
increasing education costs, unrestrained
spending, escalating taxes, increased crime,
persistent unemployment and the fiasco
revolving around his Vermont Health
Connect – Shumlin chose to focus on the
single issue of soaring drug use in Vermont
Certainly drug abuse is a significant prob-
lem in the state, however Shumlin feigned to
have only recently discovered the magnitude
of the crisis while viewing a locally pro-
duced motion picture, The Hungry Heart– a documentary provid-
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addiction from the viewpoint of a Vermont pediatrician. Certainly,
Shumlin was not surprised by the film’s revelations as drug abuse
and its related criminal activity have been serious problems here
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criminal suppliers for far too long. This is an important issue that
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resources of the state toward resolving the emergency.
When Governor Shumlin chose to present the problem of
Vermont’s exploding drug abuse problem as the sole issue in his
“State of the State” address, he communicated a false impression
that the state was overwhelmed by drug users and drug pushers. In
the days that followed, national media focused their spotlights on
Vermont interpreting Shumlin’s message as a notice that Vermont
had become a drug haven.
In short order the story morphed from one of supporting reha-
bilitation for prescription drug users to an announcement that
Vermont had become “The Heroin Capital of America.” Shumlin
failed to intervene to effectively manage the message, and direct-
ing the focus to the state’s efforts to control the problem and pro-
vide aid to those affected – almost overnight Vermont had been
transformed from the “Green Mountain State” to the “Brown
Mountain State.”
A story with the title “Brown Mountain State,” appearing in
Vice Magazine, suddenly gained wide attention after Shumlin
pronouncement. In that 3,000 word exposé, Vermont is portrayed
in a way few Vermonters would recognize – riddled with drug
havens with law enforcement and government unable to exercise
any degree of control over the problem. The detailed story became
reference material for the national media. Shumlin continued to
press his story before the national media, apparently unaware of
the damage it was causing or possibly more interested in promot-
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story could have on Vermont’s vacation businesses, gourmet food
producers, artists and craftsmen (and craftswomen).
Thanks to Governor Shumlin, this undeserved reputation is
beginning to be attached to Vermont products and destinations. It
is not surprising that Shumlin’s “chickens have come home to
roost” – in a recent Rolling Stone article “The New Face of
Heroin” Vermont’s difficulties are high-
lighted at length and includes an illustration
of a fictional “sugarmaker” getting his fix -
on a tin of maple syrup labeled ”State of
Vermont Pure Heroin.” This image graphi-
cally expressed what many across the nation
are surely thinking - Is this what Vermont
has become; a bucolic mountain countryside
obscuring uninhibited, unrestrained drug
dealing and use? Without a strong message
to the contrary, the illusion is rapidly becom-
ing the reality for those considering vaca-
tioning here or buying goods produced
here.
Peter Shumlin’s desire for national atten-
tion comes at the expense of the reputation of Vermont and
Vermonters. Far from being Vermont’s foremost pitchman,
Shumlin has become Vermont’s marketing undertaker, burying
Vermont’s hard-earned reputation as New England’s Paradise
under an indecorous and unfitting shroud of a drug ridden night-
mare. If demand for Vermont products and reservations at tourist
destinations begin to decline – we won’t have to look beyond the
governor’s office in Montpelier for the source of the problem.
H. Brooke Paige, a historian and writer, is a frequent contribu-
tor to the World; however his views do not necessarily reflect those
of the publishers.
Peter Shumlin - Vermont’s Hapless Pitchman!
by H. Brooke Paige
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H.883 Is Not What
Vermont Schools Need
Editor:
There have been many Vermont initiatives to consolidate
schools. All have failed because they failed to take local opinions
into account. Why then is the legislature accelerating H.883 with-
out study or reflection? If passed, H.883 would consolidate 282
local districts into 50 or so “extended districts.” I believe H.883
would harm Vermont schools.
Countless education studies address the success of small
schools (150-500 students). All find smaller schools have higher
graduation rates, less risky behaviors and soften the harshness of
poverty. It is ironic that nationwide educational systems are striv-
ing to mimic Vermont by decreasing school size as a pathway to
success for students. Certainly, some districts could benefit by
merging with another district. Instead of enacting a one-size-fits-
all mandate, the legislature should give incentives and encourage-
ment to do what is best for students.
Moving to big just doesn’t work. The passage of H.883 would
be a waste of time and taxpayer money. Several years ago, Maine
passed a bill similar to H.883. Maine is now backtracking and
separating those recently formed super-supervisory unions.
H.883 would eliminate local school boards. This is not only
anti-Vermont in nature it is illogical. Access to decision makers
and community involvement are what make Vermont successfully
tick and our schools succeed. Other states envy our ‘local-ness’
-- our ability to speak with decision-making neighbors who are
accountable to us. Eliminating local school boards would lessen
parents’ ability to affect decisions regarding their children’s educa-
tion. It would also lessen the voice of knowledgeable educators
who are known by their local boards.
Even if one believes consolidating districts is a good idea, the
timing of H.883 is poor. Last year the Vermont legislature passed
Act 77 that provides flexible pathways to graduation, personalized
learning plans for all students and proficiency-based graduation
requirements. Act 77 is a visionary law but requires massive sys-
temic efforts and some paradigm shifts by parents, communities
and students. The success of Act 77 means additional work by
schools to educate stakeholders about its provisions. Laying
another major systemic change on an overloaded system is
extremely concerning.
With Act 77, schools were given the start towards real expan-
sion of student opportunities and educational reform. H.883’s
top-down organization is antithetical to Act 77. H.883 is the kind
of old school thinking that mires and binds educational reform and
uplifting visions like Act 77.
Debra Stoleroff
Plainfield
PHWC: Meeting The Needs of the
Uninsured and Underinsured
Editor:
What a difference a day makes.
Monday, all day and into the evening, we were busier than usual
at the People’s Health & Wellness Clinic. In addition to taking care
of our patients, we were swamped with a last-minute influx of
people rushing to meet the deadline for signing up for health insur-
ance through Vermont Health Connect. We had six Navigators
assisting and took care of everyone.
However, Tuesday morning, a woman walked in during our
morning clinic and asked for assistance in signing up. After asking
some income-qualifying questions, we had to tell her that she had
missed the deadline, and will not be able to get coverage until
2015.
She was stunned. What was she going to do? Luckily, we were
able to tell her she could receive primary and preventive care right
here at the People’s Health & Wellness Clinic.
For the past 20 years, we have been here for the uninsured and
underinsured of central Vermont. We served people from 49 towns
in 2013, and in March the voters of every Washington County
town, plus Orange, Washington, and Williamstown again voted to
help fund PHWC. We thank them for the support, which helps
ensure we can continue to be here to meet the needs of people who
cannot otherwise afford these services.
With all the heavy media coverage about Vermont Health
Connect and the federal Affordable Care Act, it’s hard for some to
believe that we still need free clinics. But we do.
The fact is, not everyone was eligible for health insurance cov-
erage; not everyone could afford it; and not everything is cov-
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That’s why we’re here. If you are still without health insurance,
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the cost of care is highest, and is often shifted to those who pay for
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If you believe our mission is important, we need your financial
support. Make a donation through our website at phwcvt.org, or
mail it to PHWC, 553 North Main Street, Barre, VT 05641.
Peter Youngbaer, Executive Director
People’s Health & Wellness Clinic
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pop popcorn... for squirrels... sometimes. I
also save bread pieces, crumbled cookies,
and other ‘delicacies’ to give them. You see,
I have a squirrel feeder attached to a tree be-
hind our house, and I just happen to like feed-
ing the squirrels. Most people feed birds, and
get annoyed when squirrels invade their bird feeders, but I have
eliminated that frustrating problem by just feeding the squirrels.
Birds are okay, but squirrels are cuter, in my estimation, and, hey,
don’t they have to eat, too? I made the feeder, for free, out of a
plastic shoe box I found in our cellar, and, ingeniously, or maybe
ingeniously if you’re a sixth grader, figured out a way to use the
shoe box top as a sort of roof or shelter for the squirrels as they stop
to feast on whatever form of carbohydrate I have recently found
to fill the feeder. I just used my power screw driver to secure the
feeder to the tree, although I will now probably be arrested for
torturing the tree. I don’t care.
My three word question, “Why don’t we?” that I wrote as the title
of this column, is incomplete without three more words, which are
these: “feed the people?” I’m serious about this question, although
I know that there have been heroic efforts throughout the history of
our great country, to do just that, to feed the people. America is the
most giving nation on the earth, with efforts to solve many huge
humanitarian problems here, and around the globe. Still, we still
don’t feed all of the hungry people, do we? My question stands:
Why don’t we? I’m serious. Why don’t we?
If you notice, my question is not “Why can’t we?” I just don’t
believe that the notion that we can’t feed the people is true at all.
I do remember, years ago, seeing an editorial cartoon in the paper,
showing the earth just jammed with people, with arms and legs
sticking out everywhere, with many of those pen and ink people
actually falling off the planet, as young birds fall out of their nest,
simply for lack of room. But, (reality check here,) that was just
a crudely-drawn editorial cartoon... although it is surprising how
long that intentionally-misleading image has remained in my mind.
In reality, (I love reality when it supports my view) the image pre-
sented and the idea promoted by that cartoon are not reality, at all.
(Besides, you can’t fall off a planet.)
You see, the fact is that earth is a lot bigger than we seem to
think. In our age of instant communication with nearly every spot
on the globe, we seem to have swallowed the old notion of it being
‘a small world.’ Truthfully, it is anything but. If you don’t believe
me, try walking the globally-miniscule distance from your Ver-
mont home to the coast of Maine, or even to the New Hampshire
boarder. Did you know that, and I’m not suggesting that we try
physically proving this, every person alive today could fit in the
state of Texas, with each individual man, woman, child and infant
having 1,000 square feet of living space? It’s true. If you don’t be-
lieve me have your ten-year-old take out his iPhone, research and
compute the number of square feet in Texas, and divide that num-
ber by six billion, which is the approximate number of people on
earth. It seems like we could find room in our other 49 states, not to
mention the other 195 countries in the world, to grow enough food
to feed us. My point is that there is plenty of room here, plenty of
clean water for everybody, and plenty of fresh oxygen for a popu-
lation much larger than what the world holds today.
Speaking of your ten-year-old’s iPhone, do you remember hear-
ing, over the years, the following cliched statement?: “If we can
put a man on the moon... (then whatever the person’s ‘why can’t’
question is filled in here.)” Well, the truth is, I think we can do
most things if we can put a man on the moon, which we did, over
42 years ago. In fact, we put 12 American astronauts on the moon,
and a total of 27 Americans have orbited the moon and returned
safely to earth. Every single aspect of technology has advanced
a thousand-fold or more since those days. In fact, my late hero
Neil Armstrong once confirmed in an interview that that iPhone in
your pocket has, literally, 50,000 times the computing power as the
seventy pound computer on the lunar module, which was used to
navigate to the surface of the moon. My point follows.
Truthfully, with the “thinking power” we have today, the ques-
tion is not ‘Why can’t we?’ but ‘Why don’t we?’ stop world hun-
ger. The answer is nearly as simple as the question. People on earth
are only in hunger because of selfish, inhumane governments that
refuse to feed their people, because of personal greed. Still, even
with this situation, the problem can’t be that hard to solve. This
is not exactly the Apollo moon program, after all, which was ac-
complished, as I inferred, with 1960’s technology. With all of our
knowledge and lightning-speed, mega-computing power today, we
simply cannot be so stupid as to HAVE to let even one human be-
ing starve to death. If we really are that dumb, then let’s ask our
computers, or our kids and grandkids with their computers, to fig-
ure out the answer for us, long before we greedily design one more
new phone, car, or video game.
So, come on, kids. Push your parents out of the way, and SOLVE
this. If the problem is greedy world leaders, and we can’t get rid of
their greed, then the simplest thing would be to find a way to make
the whole thing profitable for them. Maybe it could be a kind of
‘pay it forward’ plan. I don’t know, but I do know that one of you
ten-year-old’s can certainly do it.
I feed the squirrels because I want to, and because I can. We
need to figure out a way to feed humanity, for the same reasons. To
use another cliched term that Neil Armstrong would have agreed
with, it’s not rocket science.
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Why Don’t We?
By G. E. Shuman
Childcare Providers Deserve a Voice
Editor:
I’m a speech therapist who has been in early education for the
last decade, and I have seen over and over how the lack of early
education is affecting our youth from a very young age. Many
families are not able to be home with their children because
today’s world requires two incomes. And if you happen to be a
single parent, you are really trying to scrape, by all the while try-
ing to have as normal a life as possible for the sake of your chil-
dren. But many parents are not getting the support they need to be
able to go to work each day AND be able to access affordable
quality care for their children in their communities.
I have taken an extremely low paying job, nannying for a single
mother with two children who are in need of my services as a
speech therapist and qualified caregiver. I have grown to love this
family as if they are my own and I want to help them now so they
do have a good start in life. But the subsidy rate which this family
qualifies for is not a livable wage and I cannot afford to keep
doing this work and support my own family. Every child should
have a strong start and it is often falling on the childcare provider
to do that because of the economic changes that the country is
going through. The state needs to recognize the need for early
education and support the system that is already in place for
families to access.
I believe joining with my fellow colleagues will only strengthen
our field and give us the voice that we deserve so we can speak for
ourselves and the families that we serve. That is why I have joined
with Vermont Early Educators United in an effort to do exactly
that.
I encourage my community and my legislators to also support
this right and pass the bill S.316 that allows us to choose for our-
selves what is best.
Anne Bruno
Williamstown
It’s Child Abuse Prevention Month and
You Can Make a Difference
Editor:
On April 1st at the State House, Governor Shumlin proclaimed
April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month in Vermont. Our beau-
tiful state has much to recommend it as an outstanding place to
raise children. We have many small schools with small classes and
research tells us that this is beneficial especially for young chil-
dren. We have many outstanding prevention focused organizations
offering home visitation, parenting programs and support services
for youth at risk. We have seen a decline in child abuse and neglect
that is the envy of most other states in our nation. In point of fact
we have declined 60% in child sexual abuse over the last 24
years.
That said, one child who is abused, will always be one child too
many. We have very few instances of severe physical abuse but as
we recently, collectively experienced, one precious child is one
too many.
So what can we do for parents who struggle with drug abuse,
mental health issues, domestic violence and the legacy of child
abuse within their family? We can offer support, a compassionate
ear to listen while holding one another accountable. After all,
children cannot protect themselves nor can they raise themselves
or their siblings without negative, sometimes lifelong consequenc-
es.
We can support the organizations and programs in our commu-
nities that help parents and families heal and make tough but lov-
ing decisions when tough love for grown-ups is required. We can
care about those on the front lines of investigation who make
critical decisions that they too must live with.
In our small and unique state we are all in it together. Let us
make this Child Abuse Prevention Month matter. Do one thing to
make a difference in your community. Volunteer, talk with some-
one you care about and worry about, write a check to an organiza-
tion dedicated to helping children, youth and families, or simply
share an understanding smile with a harried parent at the grocery
store.
Your empathy, energy, caring or dollars will matter. I guarantee
it will.
Linda E Johnson, Executive Director
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
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Wednesday, April 16 • 4:00 to 7:00PM
Registration is for children age 5
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This is a paperwork time for the parent/guardian.
The following information is needed for registration:
•The child’s birth certificate
•The child’s social security card
•The child’s current immunization record
•Proof of the parent’s Barre City residence
Please call Linda Rodriguez at 476-7889
if you have any questions.
Barre Town Middle & Elementary School
Kindergarten Registration
Registration and Screening for children entering
kindergarten in the fall of 2014 will be held on
April 16th & 17th.
Registration is for children born on or before
August 31, 2009.
Please call Tina Gilbert at 476-6617, ext. 6306, to schedule
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Roxbury Village will hold a preschool screening
registration meeting for prospective preschool students
at the time and date listed above. Parents are required
to attend the screening with their child. Please bring a
copy of the student’s birth certifcate and immunization
record to the registration. Eligible students for pre-
school students must be three years old on or before
September 1, 2014 and have a parent/legal guardian
living in Roxbury. Please call the school at 485-7768
to sign-up for registration.
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Parents of all children who will be five
by August 31, 2014 and want to attend
Cabot School Kindergarten in September,
2014, must register their children during
the week of April 28-May 2, 2014 at the
Cabot School office. Please bring an
original birth certificate and vaccination
records. You may contact Linda Savoca
at 563-2289 if you have questions.
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION:
APRIL 28, 2014 - May 2, 2014
PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN
REGISTRATION
WILLIAMSTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Williamstown Elementary School would like to register and
welcome Preschool and Kindergarten students for the 2014-
2015 school year.
Parents of children who will be 4 YEARS OLD ON OR
BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 should call the school (433-
6653) to begin the Preschool registration. Parents of children
who will be 5 YEARS OLD ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER
1, 2014 should call the school to begin the Kindergarten
registration process. All children who currently attend WES
Preschool are automatically registered for Kindergarten.
Please come to the Williamstown Elementary main offce to pick
up and complete registration forms M-F, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
between April 17th – April 25th. No appointment necessary.
Your child’s immunization record, proof of Williamstown
residency, and a copy of his/her birth certificate are
mandatory at the time of registration.
Parents are also invited to a PRESCHOOL PARENT
INFORMATION NIGHT on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16th from
5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at Williamstown Elementary School.
Kindergarten information will be sent home over the summer
and there will be an informational night (date to be determined)
before school begins in August.
J
ust the other day, I had had enough of
the lousy weather! I don’t really mind
the snow and when the time is ap-
propriate, I don’t mind the rain. But what
I just hate is a very gray day that is made
even worse by slush that is falling from the
sky. It is bad enough on the roads or on the
path from my house to my car, but falling from the sky is just too
much! So, I sat down and tried to think of something that I could
do. Of course, Malcolm was going skiing and as always he will
ski regardless of how bad I think the conditions are! And after I
turned on the T.V. I couldn’t fnd anything that I wanted to watch.
I consider myself someone who enjoys most sports but basketball
from college through the pros is just too much for me, especially
when it was on what appeared to be, almost every channel. So,
what to do?
Well, believe it or not, I had the best day imaginable and here is
what I did. From 11am to 5:30pm, I sat and watched every single
episode of Downton Abbey that I own! I actually think that what
I owned was year one and year two, but I am not absolutely sure.
What I do know is that some of the episodes I had seen before but
it made no difference. I loved every single minute. In fact, when it
was over I was disappointed that I didn’t have the next two years
worth right then and there! In fact, just as a side note, if I had had
even more, I probably would have continued to watch well into
the night.
I am sure that there are probably some of you who are wonder-
ing how anyone could watch a Public Television program, without
a break, for an entire day. Well, let me tell you that once you watch
this fascinating program - about a family of the British aristocracy
and of course, all those who work “downstairs” for them as well
- you will be hooked! I am happy to tell you that we will be able
to fnd out what is happening next to the Crawley family and all
their many friends, relatives and of course, servants, in 2015. And
for those of us who can hardly wait, I believe you can buy or rent
DVDs for any and all of the past four years. Believe me when I
tell you that I will defnitely be buying the two years that I don’t
already own. And when I get them, I will plan another day where I
am absorbed and fnd myself back with them once again.
I have always been a history buff and fnd it interesting to follow
the lives of those who have gone before me. And I fnd this series
not just a wonderful saga about a certain family, I think that the
acting and characters are absolutely wonderful. And my hero of
the day is Maggie Smith. She continues to be absolutely fantastic.
And if you already haven’t done so, give Downton Abbey a try and
be sure and let me know what you think.
M
any thanks to
the citizens of
Barre Town
who participated in the
Annual Town Meeting
Questionnaire. Barre
Town citizens would
prohibit the use of cell
phones while driving,
believe education costs
are unsustainable, and
that health care is not
moving in the right di-
rection. Comments are
as follows.
Plastic Bags
“Placing fees on plas-
tic bags is wrong. The
people need to speak
out. The bags they now
give out are fimsy and
almost useless.”
State Bank
“When has government
ever run anything better
than the private indus-
try? Do we really need
to create a new bureau-
cracy?”
GMO Labeling
“I think GMO label-
ing would be good for
consumers, but question
the amount of money
that would be spent in
lawsuits brought by big
companies.”
Taxes
“The power to tax car-
ries with it the power to
destroy. No one should
pay a total of 35% of
their income in taxes.”
Reiss’s Pieces
By Judy Reiss
Senate Report:
Barre Town Citizens Would Prohibit Use of
Cell Phones While Driving
by Senator Bill Doyle
n n n
Senator Bill Doyle
Town Meeting Day Survey - March 2014
Not
Yes No Sure
1. Should drivers be prohibited from using cell phones while driving? 1 182 36 12
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2. Should Vermont legalize marijuana? 2 73 137 20
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3. Should wind turbines be constructed on Vermont ridge lines? 3 117 75 38
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4. Should Vermont increase its minimum wage? 4 140 65 25
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
5. Are you concerned about the increasing use of opiates in Vermont? 5 208 5 17
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6. Should we reduce the Vermont prison population through the use of
alternatives for non-violent offenders? 6 146 51 33
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
7. Should food products sold in Vermont produced with genetic engineering be labeled? 7 174 38 18
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8. Do you believe that Vermont is an affordable place to live? 8 36 171 23
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9. Are statewide cell service and broadband important to the future
of Vermont's economy? 9 194 17 19
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
10. Should natural gas be an important part of Vermont's economy? 10 152 32 46
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
11. Should Vermont create a state bank? 11 48 108 74
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
12. Do you believe that Vermont health care is moving in the right direction? 12 61 120 49
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
13. Do you believe that increasing costs of education are unsustainable? 13 172 48 10
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
14. Do you believe that our national government collects too much information
on the lives of American citizens? 14 160 43 27

BARRE TOWN
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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.
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FRENCH, PAMELA ROSE GHIRINGHELLI,
65, of Graniteville, passed away suddenly March 26.
Pam was born in Montpelier Jan. 2, 1949, at Heaton
Hospital to Catherine (O'Neill) and the late Harry D.
Ghiringhelli. On Sept. 21, 1968, Pam married Bert
Stephen French Jr. in Montpelier. They made their
home in Middlesex and Worcester, until Bert's death
on June 20, 2005. After Bert's passing, Pam moved to Graniteville
to be closer to her family. Pam grew up in Montpelier, graduating
from Montpelier High School in 1968. After graduation, Pam
began a career at National Life Insurance Co., which spanned over
40 years. She worked there full time until she had to retire due to
her husband's illness. After her husband Bert's death, Pam went
back to work at National Life part time. She also worked part time
for the Worcester and then Graniteville post office, retiring from
the post office in 2011. She continued working at National Life
Insurance Co. part time until her passing. Pamela enjoyed garden-
ing, NASCAR, ceramics, yearly trips to Maine with her family,
and Facebook games. Mostly she enjoyed spending time with her
family and friends, especially her grandchildren. Pam is survived
by her son, Timothy French and wife Robin, of Graniteville;
daughter Sarah Emmons and husband Timothy, of Williamstown;
and four grandchildren. Also surviving are her sisters, Cynthia
Daniels and husband Raymond Quimby Jr., Lynda and husband
Larry Graham; her mother, Catherine Ghiringhelli; and many
nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Pam had many special
friends she enjoyed going out to dinner with, and just catching up
on local news. Pamela was predeceased by her husband, Bert S.
French Jr.; father, Harry D. Ghiringhelli; sister Jean Lyons; and
in-laws Bert and Stella French.
SWIFT, BRENDA MAE, 77, of West Berlin, died March 26, at
her home. She was born March 9, 1937, in Barre, the daughter of
Floyd and Madeline (Taylor) Wheeler. She married Paul J. Swift
on Feb. 2, 1957, in Hardwick. He died Feb. 16, 1998. She worked
for Northfield Wood Products from 1976 to 2006, retiring after 30
years. She enjoyed tending her garden and operating a lawn figu-
rine business. Survivors include three children: Paul Jay Swift, of
West Berlin, Lori Ashley, of Waterbury Center, and Sally Matison,
of West Berlin; and two granddaughters.
GOUCHER, RONALD CLEON "RCG," died March 23 in
Agawam, Mass. He was born in 1942 in Barre. He retired from the
auto mechanic industry. He enjoyed country music, playing the
guitar, hunting, racing, and fast cars. Survivors include two daugh-
ters, Monica Goucher, of Holyoke, Mass., and Jennifer Rowan, of
Phoenix, Ariz.; four granddaughters, three great-granddaughters,
and a great-grandson; and cousins in Vermont. A memorial service
is planned for August. Burial will be in Barre.
OWEN, CONRAD E., 86, the Mayor of Maple
Grove, went home to be with his beloved wife, Mary
on March 29. He passed away peacefully at the
Woodridge Nursing Home in Berlin where he had
resided for the past eight years. Born on March 19,
1928, he was the son of Gordon and Lucille (Dickey)
Owen, of East Barre, where he spent the majority of
his life. He attended East Barre School and graduated from
Spaulding High School in 1946. On June 1, 1949, he married
Mary Marchetta Outland in the First Presbyterian Church of Barre.
Following their marriage, they lived in Williamstown and East
Barre before moving to Sterling Hill in South Barre in 1981. They
enjoyed 64 years together. She died on October 15, 2013. A sales-
man all his life, his career began selling cars in 1949 at Farnham's
Pontiac and then at Cody Chevrolet in Berlin. He spoke of attend-
ing car shows and Boston Red Sox games with the Cody brothers,
of which many great memories were made. He went on with his
career as a salesman for Hooker's Furniture store in Berlin where
he had the opportunity to learn all the facets of the business, espe-
cially interior design, carpet and wallpaper installation. He also
worked at Godnick's Furniture in Rutland and Whitcomb's
Furniture Store in East Barre. One of his favorite customers was
Maria Von Trapp, of Stowe. Conrad helped decorate and furnish
the Trapp Family Lodge and Maria's personal quarters. He
remained at Hooker's until his retirement in 1997. In 2006, Conrad
became a resident of the Woodridge Nursing Home. During his
time there, he was involved in many activities. He worked on the
residents committee to communicate concerns representing the
residents' perspective. He sang in the many choirs and entertain-
ment groups. In addition, he worked with the kitchen staff to
improve the "flavor" of the food being served. Keeping busy and
helping others was very important to him; while a resident, he
painted all of the outdoor furniture and the railings in the hallways.
An article was run in The Times Argus about his building bird-
houses, which gave him great joy. He sold many of them and out-
of-state recipients acknowledged them during his recent birthday
card shower. Conrad loved telling stories and jokes and had great
fun playing poker and cribbage with his friends. An active member
of the East Barre Congregational Church for many years, he had
served as a deacon and choir director and served on many boards
and projects. Conrad looked forward to the visits of Mrs. Parker's
4th grade class from Union Elementary School in Montpelier. He
was helping a student with a history project and on one visit, a
guitar was brought out, music and song followed, a truly blessed
moment. The children happily left with a small birdhouse Conrad
had made for each of them. His wife, daughters, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren were very dear to him and the family dogs,
Kibble and Molly. Some of his best memories were of his homes
and gardening, especially his roses. He could fix anything and
enjoyed home repair. He built many pieces of furniture which his
family cherishes. Survivors include his daughter, Vicki Moreau,
and husband, Gilles, of East Barre; his daughter, Melanie
Armstrong and husband, John, of Montpelier; four grandchildren;
four great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Besides his
wife, Mary, and parents, he was predeceased by a brother, Francis
Owen, and a sister, Ruth Riddell.
KREUZER, MADELINE, of Marshfield, went
home to be with the Lord on March 30. Madeline
was born February 27, 1922 in Brooklyn, New York
to German immigrants. She attended Brooklyn
schools, graduating at age 16, with high honors. She
was a widow to her one true love, Army Sargent
Charles Kreuzer. She lived in Brooklyn until she
retired and moved to Marshfield in 1994. Madeline loved God and
spent many hours studying her Bible and lived as an example of
her faith. She was an avid reader and those who knew her, knew
she enjoyed attending area churches and senior gatherings.
Survivors include her four children, their spouses, grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Her gentle soul touched
many who have met her and she will be dearly missed by family
and friends. Graveside service and gathering in her memory will
be held at a later date.
COUGHLIN, CHARLES E., 59, of Washington, passed away
peacefully in his home on March 25. Charlie graduated valedicto-
rian from Spaulding High School and went on to receive two
degrees from Castleton State College. A connoisseur of coffee and
a love for old-fashioned doughnuts is one trait that many will
remember about Charlie. Charlie had a way about him that made
you smile and laugh. His boyish smile, great enthusiasm and hap-
piness for getting out in the community was always met with
"Greetings, greetings," or a "Yea, yea," and a wave to everyone he
met. He was loved by many and is survived by his home care
provider and friend, Roslyn Haldane, and her two children, Ashley
and Richard Haldane. It is impossible to not have been touched by
Charlie in some way; with his passion for life and enthusiasm for
learning, Charlie was always able to have a positive outlook in any
situation. He will be missed by many, including his friends and
staff at Washington County Mental Health Services, caregivers
and nurses from Tender Loving Homecare LLC, as well as the
family he stole the hearts of, the Haldanes.
MUGFORD, DON GARY, of Barre, passed
away March 28. He is loved and missed so very
much. A memorial service will be held in May
for Don, with details to follow.
HOLMAN, PAULINE C. "POLLY," 85, died
April 1, at Joslyn House in Randolph. She was born
Oct. 13, 1928, in Concord, N.H., the daughter of
Charles and Alice (Irish) Chase. She graduated from
Colton (N.Y.) High School in 1950 and from Gifford
Hospital School of Nursing. She worked as a regis-
tered nurse from 1950 to 2009. She had been nursing
supervisor at Gifford Medical Center, Tranquility Nursing Home
and Mayo Health Care in Northfield. Later, she was a traveling
nurse for the American Red Cross, ending her career at Windover
House in 2009. She had also worked as a nurse and cook at
Brookfield School and as a Brookfield health officer. She married
Charles Holman Sr. in Brookfield on May 5, 1951. She was a
member of Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church, Vermont
State Nurses Association, the American Nurses Association and
the Red Hatters. She enjoyed wintering in Florida, reading, gar-
dening, music and dancing. Survivors include three sons, Charles
H. Holman Jr., of Brookfield, Patrick Holman, of Timberlake,
N.C., and Robert Holman, of Brookfield; four daughters, Patricia
Porter, of Norwalk, Conn., Cynthia Rose, of Braintree, Susan
Holman, of Manchester, N.H., and Vicky Jo Gaudette, of Randolph;
14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; four brothers, Sanford
Chase, of Worcester, Lawrence Chase, of Colton, N.Y., Marlo
Chase, of Hermon, N.Y., and Marcell Chase, of East Cazenovia,
N.Y.; and a sister, Blanche Watson, of Hermon, N.Y. She was pre-
deceased by her husband in 1994 and a granddaughter.
NOLAN, ROBERTA JEAN, 86, of Plainfield, died March 31, at
the Vermont Respite House in Williston; her family had been at
her bedside. Born April 3, 1927, in Barre, she was the daughter of
John and Florence (Hibbard) Thurber. She attended schools both
in Connecticut and Vermont, and graduated from Plainville
(Conn.) High School. On Oct. 10, 1953, she married Donald
Nolan in Hardwick; the couple moved several times but spent the
majority of their married life in Plainfield. Donald died in May
1993. In earlier years she had worked in a munitions plant in
Connecticut and after moving back to Vermont, worked at the
North Montpelier woolen mill. Her true love was knitting, which
she enjoyed while making hand-knit sweaters for Moriarty's in
Stowe and later at Vermont Originals in Hardwick. Her member-
ships included the Macedonia Baptist Church in Plainfield, where
she was a member of the church auxiliary. Time spent knitting,
crocheting and gardening was special to her, and she was also well
known for expressing her political views. Survivors include two
sons: Michael Nolan and wife, Kim, of Plainfield, and Peter Nolan
and wife, Lisa, of East Montpelier; three daughters: Elizabeth
DeNauw, of Gilmanton, N.H., Holly Nolan, of Winooski, and
Penny Nolan, of St. Albans; along with nine grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren; two brothers: Donald Thurber and
David Thurber and his wife, Diane; a sister, Rebecca Carpenter,
and husband, Harold; and two sisters-in-law: Theresa Earle and
Ruth Thurber; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Besides
her parents, she was predeceased by four brothers: John, Gordon,
Hayden and Myron Thurber.
HAGGETT, DANA L., 66, of Northfield, died March
30, at his home. He was born May 6, 1947, in Montpelier, the son
of Chester and Marilyn (Howard) Haggett. He graduated from
Northfield High School in 1965. He was a United States Navy
veteran, having served in Vietnam with the HAL-3 Seawolves as
a helicopter door gunner. On July 6, 1979, he married Lisa A.
Wallen in East Randolph. She died Feb. 25, 2009. He worked for
the U.S. Postal Service in Burlington for more than 16 years. He
enjoyed Corvettes, working on cars, cooking, and watching sci-
ence fiction movies. Survivors include four children, Jonah
Haggett, of Lincolnville, Maine, Charity Haggett, of Northfield,
and Mike Haggett and Dawn Marie Ludwig, both of California;
three grandchildren; his mother, of Montana; and many siblings,
nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a sister.
RATTEE, DONALD R., of Randolph, 96, died March
31, at Menig Extended Care Facility in Randolph. He was born
June 25, 1917, in Randolph, the son of Julius and Mary
(DeGonyoun) Rattee. He graduated from Randolph High School
in 1935 and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War
II. He worked for First National Stores in Randolph for more than
40 years, retiring in 1981. He was a member of Our Lady of the
Angels Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus, and a past
member of the American Legion, Randolph Post 9. Survivors
include two nephews, Reginald Rattee, of Lake Placid, N.Y., and
Michael Rattee, of Tucson, Ariz.; a niece, Jean Kendall, of
Braintree; and grandnieces and grandnephews. He was prede-
ceased by his brothers, Arnold and Arthur Rattee.
MEIGGS, MARION W., 83, of East Montpelier,
died peacefully March 30, at the home of her son and
daughter-in-law, Dennis and Evelyn Searles, in
Cabot. Born Jan. 15, 1931, in Peacham, she was the
daughter of William and Gladys (Farnham) Nunn.
She attended school in Peacham. Marion worked at
Leahy Press in Montpelier for several years and later
for Larry Brown and Sons Printing Inc. in Barre, until she retired
in the fall of 2009. She resided peacefully at her home in East
Montpelier after retirement. Her hobbies were working with arts
and crafts, especially woodworking, crocheting, knitting and gar-
dening. She loved her flowers and her plants. She and her late
husband loved traveling and camping. Marion is survived by her
son, Dennis Searles, and wife, Evelyn, of Cabot; and her daughter,
Sherry LeBlanc, and husband, Robert, of Barre; three grandsons;
eight great-grandchildren; a stepson, Arthur "Joe" Meiggs Jr., and
wife, Carol; two step-granddaughters; three sisters, Blanche Ross,
Bernice Adams and Arlene Miller; two brothers, Arnold and Lyle
Nunn; a sister-in-law, Margaret "Maggie" Rollins; several nieces,
nephews and close friends. Marion was predeceased by her hus-
band, Arthur Meiggs; her grandson Judson LeBlanc; a stepdaugh-
ter, Nancy Mullen; sisters Ila Shatney, Irene Brown and Charlotte
Hutchinson; and brothers Oliver, Kenneth and Eugene Nunn. A
graveside service will be held in the Hope Cemetery in Barre,
Saturday, May 17, 2014, at 11am, followed by a gathering of fam-
ily and friends at the Elks Club in Barre.
SANBORN, GRACE EARLE, 104, passed away
April 1, at The Pines of Sarasota in Sarasota, Fla.
She lived there for seven years. She had many happy
times there. Grace was born Feb. 15, 1910, in Hyde
Park. She married Clayton Jones, and they had two
daughters, Kay and Eleanor. They later divorced,
and she married Donald Sanborn. She lived most of
her life in Hardwick with her husband, Donald, who predeceased
her. After Donald's death, Grace moved to Morrisville to live with
her granddaughter, Linda McKay and her husband, Butch. In
2000, she moved to Ellenton, Fla., to live with her daughter
Eleanor. She enjoyed going to dances and spending endless hours
playing cribbage. She loved to bake and sing. Survivors include
her daughter Eleanor Lynch, of Palmetto, Fla.; 12 grandchildren,
many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. She was
predeceased by her daughter Kay Shedd. There will be no calling
hours. A memorial service will be held at a later date in
Morrisville.
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Good Friday, April 18
Candlelight Service 7:00 pm
(arrive early, everyone is leaving in silence)

Easter Sunday, April 20
“The Surety of
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a CELEBRATION of
Christ’s bodily
resurrection.


Sunday Services are at 8 and 10:45 am
Christ Episcopal Church
Schedule of Services for Holy Week and Easter 2014
The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday
8:00 & 10:00AM, Sunday, April 13, 2014.
Maundy Thursday
Holy Eucharist with Foot washing 7:00PM, Thursday, April 17, 2014 in the Chapel.
Good Friday
Good Friday Services
12:00PM & 7:00PM, Friday, April 18, 2014 in the Sanctuary.
Easter Day – The Resurrection of our Lord
8:00AM, Sunday, April 20, 2014. Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with music.
10:00AM, Sunday, April 20, 2014. Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with full choir and music.
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Potluck Breakfast Follows
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“I will give you a joy which
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John 16:22
Come and receive that joy this Easter
St. Augustine’s, Montpelier
223-5285
Saturday, April 19: Vigil Mass at 7pm
Sunday, April 20: 8:30am & 10:30am
St. Monica’s, Barre
479-3253
Vigil Mass at 7pm
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St. Monica Parish
Wednesday, April 16 at 7pm
Tenebrae Service - “They Were There”
North American Martyrs Sunday, April 20 at 9am

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Palm Sunday April 13 9:30a.m.
Maundy Thursday April 17 6:30p.m.
Intergenerational footwashing service with communion
Good Friday April 18 7:30p.m.
Service of light & shadows
Easter Sunday April 20 9:30a.m.
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Palm Sunday April 13 9:30a.m.
Maundy Thursday April 17 6:30p.m.
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Good Friday April 18 7:30p.m.
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Easter Sunday April 20 9:30a.m.
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Easter Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m.
Maundy Thurs. (Apr. 17) at 6:00 p.m.
Good Friday (Apri. 18) at 12:15 p.m.
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Questions? 476-6454 or www.eastbarrechurch.org
April 3, 2014 was National YouthBuild Day and the Resource non-profit
community enterprise store in Barre got a chance to show off their
energetic and highly motivated YouthBuild team. Barre Mayor Thom
Lauzon mad a special presentation (as seen in picture) and Resource
executive director Tom Langstreth, store manager Jesse Gregg and
YouthBuild member Andrew Ricker, all gave testimonials on how impor-
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On APRIL 11, HAROLD & BARBARA JONES
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A sister’s love is special
in oh so many ways
Eight years have passed
between us
and it seems like only days
We shared so much as children
the tears, the joys, the pain
A lifetime spent together
those memories remain.
As time goes by I ponder
the paths our lives have taken
Knowing that in spite of this
our sister love unshaken.
A sister’s love is special
in ways that are unspoken
Still that binding force exists
our sister love unbroken.
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May 31, 1954–April 14, 2006
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Come With Me
The Lord saw you getting tired
And a cure was not to be,
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And whispered “Come with me.”
With tearful eyes we watched you suffer
And saw you fade away.
Although we loved you dearly,
We could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Your beautiful smile at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove
He always takes the best.
It’s lonesome here without you,
We miss you so each day.
Our live just aren’t the same
Ever since you went away.
When days are sad and lonely
And everything goes wrong,
We hear you gently whisper,
“Cheer up and carry on.”
Each time we see your picture,
You seem to smile and say,
“Don’t cry, I’m in God’s keeping,
We’ll meet again someday.”
Love,
Your Family
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Mplr.
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Montpelier
4-30 Darlene Callahan, 52,
Barre
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Waterbury
5-6 Gary Villa, Washington
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Mentor, OH
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Stannard
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Hardwick
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Manassas, VA
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1-14 Brandon McLeon, 23,
Hardwick
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Barre
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2-14 Laura Rappold, East
Montpelier
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Topsham
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THANK YOU LINDA AMES, manager at
Guys Farm & Yard, for years of smiles and exceptional service.
We will miss you every day! Your community has been blessed
to have you for so long. Our animals have benefited from your
thirst for knowledge, your dedication and your kindness.
Thank you for years of wit and going the extra hundred miles.
YOU ARE APPRECIATED!!
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You finally get to spend some well-deserved time together!
With much love and appreciation
Deb, Connie, Worcester Vet Care
and all our thankful patients and their parents!
Brown-Gosselin
Russell and Melissa Brown, of Barre are pleased to announce
the engagement of their daughter, Stacey, to Christopher Gosselin,
the son of Thomas and Sandra Gosselin of Underhill.
Stacey graduated from Ithaca College with a BS in health and
physical education. She recently earned a Masters of Education
degree from Salem State University. Stacey teaches K-8 health
and P. E. at the Greenland Central School in New Hampshire.
Chris received a BA degree in criminal justice from St. Anselm
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York, Maine Police Department.
An August 2014 wedding in New Hampshire is planned.
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Kerry Jenni, L.Ac.
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Bryant Presents at National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
“Group Visits for Obese Children in a Primary Care Pediatric
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2009 GMC Sierra Dump 1 Ton Stk#59811A $35,988
2010 Dodge Nitro stk# 2058P1..................... $18,976
2009 Chevy Impala Stk#30512A................... $14,988
2009 Cadillac CTS stk# 28712A................... $29,988
2008 Toyota Highlander Sport Stk#9012A. $25,988
2008 Subaru Outback stk# 35912B............. $18,976
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2011 GMC ACADIA
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$
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2010 MERCURY
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2011 SUBARU
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2008 FORD TAURUS
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$
12,976
2010 DODGE NITRO
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NOW
$
18,976
2009 CHEVY MALIBU
44K Miles
Stk# 48611A
NOW
$
19,988
2008 SUBARU
OUTBACK
53K Miles Stk# 35912B
NOW
$
18,976
2009 CHEVY
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50K Miles Stk# 36612A
NOW
$
18,877
2008 CHEVY
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NOW
$
25,988
2009 CHEVY
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$
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2009 GMC Sierra Dump 1 Ton Stk#59811A $35,988
2010 Dodge Nitro stk# 2058P1..................... $18,976
2009 Chevy Impala Stk#30512A................... $14,988
2009 Cadillac CTS stk# 28712A................... $29,988
2008 Toyota Highlander Sport Stk#9012A. $25,988
2008 Subaru Outback stk# 35912B............. $18,976
www.codychevrolet.com
2011 CHEVY IMPALA LT
10K Miles
Stk# 2071P
NOW
$
18,976
2011 GMC ACADIA
24K Miles
Stk# 2064P
NOW
$
37,988
2010 MERCURY
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27K Miles Stk# 4312A
NOW
$
24,988
2011 SUBARU
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12K Miles Stk# 58611B
NOW
$
24,988
2008 FORD TAURUS
48K Miles
Stk# 23612B
NOW
$
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2010 DODGE NITRO
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NOW
$
18,976
2009 CHEVY MALIBU
44K Miles
Stk# 48611A
NOW
$
19,988
2008 SUBARU
OUTBACK
53K Miles Stk# 35912B
NOW
$
18,976
2009 CHEVY
EQUINOX
50K Miles Stk# 36612A
NOW
$
18,877
2008 CHEVY
SILVERADO EXT. CAB
44K Miles Stk# 27612A
NOW
$
25,988
2009 CHEVY
AVALANCHE
38K Miles Stk# 27111a
NOW
$
29,988
2008 SATURN VUE XR
44K Miles
Stk# 11112B
NOW
$
16,488
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with Steve Poulin
■ As Chase Elliott took the checkered flag in Friday night’s
O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, cementing his
first NASCAR Nationwide Series victory, spotter Earl Barban had
a message for him. “I want to see the best burnout ever,” Barban
told the 18-year-old son of former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
champion Bill Elliott. Elliott obliged, laying a thick could of
smoke from the exit of the tri-oval back to the flag stand. Elliott
had reason to celebrate. He had just beaten the top talents in the
stock car racing universe, whipping around Kevin Harvick to the
outside in Turn 4 to take the lead on Lap 185 of 200. Ultimately,
Elliott, a high school senior, would pull away for the victory, fin-
ishing 2.666 seconds ahead of Kyle Busch, who ran second. Kyle
Larson came home third, followed by Harvick, who lost ground
after the last restart on Lap 178 of 200. Elliott’s team owner at JR
Motorsports, Dale Earnhardt Jr., finished fifth. Both Busch and
Larson started from the rear of the field after failing to clear
inspection before the first round of Friday afternoon knockout
qualifying concluded. Elliott took the series lead by two points
over JR Motorsports teammate Regan Smith, who ran seventh.
Harvick won the pole in the qualifying session. He also gave
Elliott some advice that may have come back to haunt him. “I
can’t it believe it, man,” Elliott said after climbing from his car in
Victory Lane. “It’s crazy. I went to him (Harvick) for a lot of
advice this week, and helped me out, gave me some tips. … To
pass him for the lead is really crazy. I can’t believe it. It’s awe-
some, and I can’t thank everybody enough.” The win also vindi-
cated Bill Elliott’s assessment of his son’s talent. “I’m about
speechless,” Elliott said. “I can’t thank Rick Hendrick, all the guys
at HMS (Hendrick Motorsports), JR Motorsports for pulling this
deal together, and (sponsor) NAPA for putting together at the last
minute. Everything was on the fence all the way till January. “I
keep saying it. Never to have been at some of these places like
Vegas, California and now here at Texas, and to come out and beat
the kind of guys he beat -- I’ll tell you what, you’ve done a heck
of a job.”
Garage Garble
■The long harsh winter and resulting late spring throughout the
Northeast has forced Pro All Stars Series President, Tom
Mayberry to move the Oxford Plains Speedway’s scheduled sea-
son opening, Ripley & Fletcher Ford 150 from Saturday, April 12,
2014 to Saturday, April 26th at 2pm. This change turns the week-
end into a giant doubleheader as
PASS North will open their Series
on Saturday, and the $7,000 to win,
Colossal Carnage 150 Enduro will
go green on Sunday.
Next Lap
■ The Lee USA Speedway track
crew continues to dig out of the
snow while making final prepara-
tions at “New Hampshire’s Center of
Speed” in anticipation of the tradi-
tional season-opening New
Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 for
the American Canadian Tour (ACT)
Late Models, slated to take the green
flag on Sunday, April 13. Defending
race winner Jimmy Hebert has no
small task facing him in trying to
defend his title, considering that the
last 11 ACT races at Lee USA have
produced 10 different winners, with
only eight-time ACT champion Brian Hoar able to repeat the trip
to victory lane, claiming the win in the Lee season-opening event
back to back in 2011 and 2012. Several drivers among those
favored to contest for the win the 2014 season-opener can trace
their racing roots back to Lee USA, most notably 2012 and 2013
ACT Late Model champion Wayne Helliwell, Jr. of nearby Dover,
who cut his racing teeth on the fast 3/8th’s mile oval and has been
winning ever since. Although he’s never finished better than run-
ner-up in the Governor’s Cup, the second-generation racer started
his career as a teenager in the Lee Street Stocks some 20 years
ago, and the eventually went on to capture track championships in
the Late Model Sportsman, Late Model, and Small Block
Supermodified ranks before moving to the ACT tour full-time.
Helliwell’s seat time at the Lee oval can do nothing but support his
chances of winning, but he’s not the only driver on the entry list
with plenty of laps around the seacoast-area speedplant. Eddie
“The Outlaw” MacDonald is another driver who calls Lee his
home track, and for good reason, since his parents own the facility.
MacDonald is fresh off one of the biggest wins of his career, tak-
ing down the win in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event at
the storied Bristol, TN Speedway in March, and he’s also check-
ered first in some of the biggest Late Model races in the nation,
including the ACT Invitational at NHMS, and the famed Oxford
250 in the past few seasons. The Governor’s Cup has always
somehow eluded MacDonald, who finished third last year, fourth
back in 2009, and runner-up in 2008 to Joey Polewarczyk, Jr.,
another driver who began his career at Lee USA back when he was
making the transition to full-sized racers as a teenager. Polewarczyk
finished second the Helliwell in the 2013 ACT point standings,
and would like nothing better than to start his 2014 with another
Governor’s Cup win. Joey “Pole”s Lee record includes an impres-
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Weekly Storytime. Next Chapter Bookstore, 158 North Main St.,
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Overeaters Anonymous. Church of the Good Shepherd, Tuesdays
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Greater Barre Democrats. Town & City residents welcome. Aldrich
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advice & information, kids welcome. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Hayes
Rm, first Mondays, 10-11:30am. Info. mamasayszine@gmail.com
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breathing and laughing. Ages 8 & up. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 2nd
& 4th Mondays (no holidays), 6-7pm. Charlotte, 223-1607.
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Freeride Montpelier Open Shop Nights. Need help w/a bike repair?
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Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA). Bethany Church basement,
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Overeaters Anonymous. Bethany Church, Fridays at noon. 223-3079.
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Al-Anon. Bethany Church basement, 115 Main St., Tuesdays &
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Central Vermont Support Group. Meeting at Another Way, 125
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Community Kitchen. Unitarian Universalist, 2nd & 4th Sun., 4:30-
6pm. Info. Richard Sheir, 223-4799.
SL AA. 12-step recovery group for sex/relationship problems. Bethany
Church, Wed., 5pm. Info. 802-249-6825.
Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Bethany Church parlor, 115 Main
St., Mondays, 5pm. Please call first: 229-9036 or 454-8402.
Brain Injury Support Group. Unitarian Church, third Thursday of
the month, 1:30-2:30pm. Info. 1-877-856-1772
La Leche League. Breastfeeding info and support. Good Beginnings
Nest, 174 River St., 3rd Thursdays, 9:30-11:30am. Info 244-1254.
Playgroups: Dads & Kids Playgroup, Thursdays, 6-7:30pm and
Playgroup, Saturdays, 9:30-11am, both at Family Center of
Washington County. All held during school year only.
Kindred Connections Peer to Peer Cancer Support for Patients and
Caregivers. Info 1-800-652-5064 email info@vcsn.net
Christian Meditation. Christ Church, Mondays, 12-1pm.
Monthly meeting, 105 Main St., 2nd Tuesdays, 7pm.
WILLIAMSTOWN- Knitting Group. All handwork welcome, come
for creativity & community. Ainsworth Library, Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm.
Bible Study. Christian Alliance Church, Sun., 6pm. Info. 476-3221.
WOODBURY- Knitting Group. All hand work welcome. Library,
1st & 3rd Wed., 6:30-8pm.
WORCESTER- Knitting Night. The Wool Shed, Tuesdays, 6:30-
8:30
Playgroup. Craft, snack, outdoor time & more. Doty Elementary
pre-k room, Thursdays, 9:30-11am. For info. call Shaylyn, 223-1312.
sive four top tens in the last six races, but noth-
ing less than a win would suffice for the Hudson,
NH native. There are over 40 race teams expect-
ed to compete at the season-opening event at
Lee USA Speedway on April 13, including
entries from all 6 New England states, New
York, and the province of Quebec, all looking to
make their first start of 2014 in the traditional
curtain-raiser a memorable one.
■ It’s on to the Granddaddy of Them All, the
track “Too Tough To Tame” Darlington Raceway
for Saturday night’s Bojangles Southern 500
(FOX, 6:00p.m.). In an effort to improve the
guest experience in celebrating its 65th year of
racing tradition and history, Darlington Raceway
has moved its NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Bojangles’ Southern 500 race from Mother’s
Day weekend to April for 2014. We’re making
this change with the fan experience in mind,”
track President Chip Wile said. “We’ve always
enjoyed the tradition of racing on Mother’s Day
weekend, but sometimes a change like this is
necessary. We have the opportunity to get a fresh
start and embrace a new date on the NASCAR
calendar.” The schedule for the Bojangles’
Southern 500 race weekend will remain the
same as it has been in year’s past. The NASCAR
Nationwide Series 200 race will run on Friday
night, April 11 and the Bojangles’ Southern 500
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race will run on
Saturday night, April 12, both under the lights.
Matt Kenseth is the defending race champion.
Kenseth passed teammate Kyle Busch, who
dominated the race leading 265 0f 367 laps, with
13 laps to go for the win.
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Wednesday, April 9
BARRE- Vermont Archeology. Part of “History
for Homeschoolers” series, for ages 6 to 12. VT
History Center, $5 per child/$4 for VHS members
or families w/ 3+ kids, 1-3pm. Info. 828-1413.
Eyewitness to History: Politicians, the Press and
Elections. An OLLI presentation by Marselis
Parsons & Kristin Carlson of WCAX. Aldrich
Library, $5 for OLLI non-members, 1:30pm. Info.
454-1234.
Open Mike. With host John Lackard. Green
Mountain Tavern, 10 Keith Ave., no cover, 9pm.
Info. 522-3482.
MARSHFIELD- Music Together. Ellen Leonard
from All Together Now leads this program for kids
from birth to age 7, and the grownups who love
them. Jaquith Public Library, FREE, 10:30am. 426-
3581.
MONTPELIER- Treating the Five Spirits:
Chinese Medicine & Western Herbs. With
Brendan Kelly. VT Center for Integrative Herbalism,
$12/$10 members, 6-9pm. Must pre-register, 224-
7100.
Community Cinema: The Opiate Effect. A film
exploring the dangers of opiate and heroin addiction
in Vermont. Co-spons. by VT Public Television and
Independent Lens. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 7pm.
Imagination Trees. Make and take a glorious tree to
sit beside, rest beneath, talk to, or anything else your
imagination conjures. For artists age 3-6. Kellogg-
Hubbard Library, 11am. Must pre-register, 223-
4665.
Pacem School Open House. Meet faculty & fami-
lies and learn about Pacem’s programs for 7th-12th
grade students and support for homeschoolers. 29
College St., 5-6:30pm. www.pacemschool.org
VT Commission on Women’s 50th Anniversary
Celebration. Join Gov. Madeleine Kunin, Gov.
Shumlin & others for food, drink & more. State
House, Cedar Creek Room, 4:30-6:30pm. Info. 828-
2852.
Green Mountain Care Board Public Meeting.
Blueprint annual meeting. Dept. of Financial
Regulation, 89 Main St., 3rd floor, 1-4pm. Info. at
http://gmcboard.vermont.gov/
Public Hearing on H.883: Act Relating to
Expanded PreK-Grade 12 School Districts. Public
may sign up starting 4:30pm for 2 minutes to testify.
Written testimony also welcome. State House, room
11, 5-7pm.
Filing 101: Managing Your Paperwork. Hands-
on workshop with professional organizer Deb
Fleischman of A Clear Space. Hunger Mountain
Coop, FREE, 5:30-7:30pm. Pre-register 223-8000
x202.
SOUTH ROYALTON- Co-Location: Land Use
and Housing Priorities Reimagined. Talk by guest
lecturer Lee Fennell. Public welcome. VT Law
School, Chase Community Center, FREE, 5:45pm.
Thursday, April 10
BARRE- Vermont Archeology. VT History Center,
1-3pm. See 4/9.
Automating Your Marketing Plan. Part of
Business Building Workshops series. Central
Vermont Community Action Council, 20 Gable
Place, FREE, 6-8:30pm. Call Margaret at 477-5214
to register.
Graphic Novel & Movie. Not for the faint of heart
or very young, the graphic novel group gets maca-
bre this month with Derf Backderf’s My Friend
Dahmer. At Aldrich Library. Call Sarah, 476-7550
for details.
CALAIS- Dave Keller. Blues and soul. At
Whammy Bar, Maple Corner Store, FREE, starts
7:30pm.
MONTPELIER- Baseball with Budbill and
Barasch. David Budbill and Charles Barasch
reprise this hit production from 25 years ago. A
PoemCity 2014 event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library,
7pm.
Jeff Lathrop. Indie folk/rock. Bagitos Cafe, 28
Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
Our Town. LNT opens 2014 season with Thornton
Wilder’s Pulitzer-Prize and Tony Award winning
classic, feat. a multi-generational cast. Lost Nation
Theater, $15 this preview only, 7pm. Info. 229-
0492.
Lose Weight and Feel Great. Health coach
Kimberly Sargeant will discuss inflammation, stress,
processed foods & other weight gain triggers.
Hunger Mtn Coop, FREE, 6-7:30pm. Pre-reg. 223-
8000 x202.
MORETOWN- Thoroughly Modern Millie.
Harwood’s theater program presents the smash
Broadway musical, feat. a cast of 40+ students.
Harwood Union H.S., $10/$5 students, 7:30pm.
882-1160.
NORTHFIELD- William E. Colby Military
Writers’ Symposium Panel Discussion. Public
welcome. Norwich University, Plumley Armory,
FREE, 1-3pm. Live streaming at http://bit.
ly/1qtljr2
WATERBURY- Paying for College & Cars.
Financial literacy class w/Sammi Moulton & Erin
Broe Swafford of Merchants Bank. Teens through
adults. Waterbury Public Library, 5:30pm. Pre-reg.
244-7036.
WORCESTER- Worcester Clothing Swap
DROP OFF. Drop off gently used clothing &
accessories for Saturday’s swap. No stains or tears.
Worcester Town Hall, Rte 12, noon-5pm.
Friday, April 11
BARRE- Food as Medicine. Tune in to seasonal
cooking and healing food combinations with Lisa
Mase of Harmonized Cookery. Part of the Living
and Learning series. Aldrich Public Library,
2-3:30pm.
Support the Sayers Dinner. Help support the
Sayers family of Barre. Aaron Sayers has terminal
colon/liver cancer. He and his wife have six young
boys. All proceeds benefit the family. Canadian
Club, $25, 6pm. Call 598-8623 for tix or “Support
the Sayers Dinner” on facebook.
8th Annual 100 Square Cash Raffle & Dinner.
Ticket includes steak or chicken dinner for two.
Cash prizes of $25 to $2,000. Elks Lodge, $100
includes dinner for 2, 6-8pm. RSVP to 479-0012 by
4/4.
BERLIN- Spring Trout Sale Order Deadline.
Offered by Winooski Natural Resources Conservation
District. Proceeds benefit workshops, etc. Pick up on
4/29. Info/order form at www.winooskinrcd.org
Easter for Kids Event. Dinner served, for kids ages
3 to 10. Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church,
Airport Rd., 5:30-8pm. Info. 223-6878.
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Expert Panel to Discuss Public Banking at State House
The League of Women Voters of Central
Vermont will sponsor a panel discussion, “Public
Banking, A Good Fit For Vermont?” with experts
on banking, politics and the state economy provid-
ing information and context to this important
issue. The panel, consisting of both supporters and
opponents, will explore the pros and cons of public
banking.
Slated for 7 to 9pm on Wednesday, April 16, at
the State House, this event, which is free and open
to the public, will be held in Room 10. There will
be a Q&A session following the discussion. The
evening promises to be energizing with a give-
and-take exchange of ideas and concerns in a
respectful atmosphere.
Moderated by League member Claudette
Sortino, panelists include Washington County
Senator Anthony Pollina; Vermont State Treasurer
Beth Pearce; Gwen Hallsmith, founder of Global
Community Initiatives; and Chris D’Elia, President
and Treasurer of the Vermont Bankers Association.
The League of Women Voters of Vermont is pres-
ently conducting a study to determine if imple-
mentation of a public bank plan would be benefi-
cial for the state.
On March 4, 2014, Town Meeting Day, 19
Vermont cities and towns voted on a measure to
support the creation of a public bank in Vermont.
Fifteen approved the measure and four voted it
down. Towns that approved the resolution include
Bakersfield, Craftsbury, Enosburg, Marshfield,
Montgomery, Montpelier Plainfield, Putney,
Randolph, Rochester, Royalton, Ryegate,
Tunbridge, Warren, and Waitsfield. Towns that
voted down the measure include Marlboro, Barnet
and Fayston and Greensboro.
Moderator Claudette Sortino is a member of the
League of Women Voters and chair of the League’s
Public Banking Study Committee. She is also a
member of Ryegate Select Board and president,
Blue Mountain Union School Education
Foundation.
Panelist Anthony Pollina is a state senator rep-
resenting Washington County. He is lead sponsor
of Senate Bill S.204 which, if passed, will provide
Vermont Economic Development Authority
(VEDA) with banking authority to accept deposits
and make loans.
State treasurer Beth Pearce has over 30 years’
experience in government finance. She advocates
for conservative and affordable debt practices,
prudent management of pension systems, and
responsible use of reserves. She is regional vice
president of the National Association of State
Treasurers for the northeast region.
Panelist Gwen Hallsmith is founder of the con-
sulting firm Global Community Initiatives, co-
founder of Vermonters for a New Economy, and an
advocate for public banking. She is the former
Planning and Community Development Director
for the City of Montpelier.
Christopher D’Elia is president of VT Bankers
Association and a former commissioner of the VT
Department of Economic Development. His previ-
ous roles have included executive director of the
VT Economic Progress Council and Executive
Director of Lamoille Economic Development
Corporation.
Vermont Tech Hosts “Try a Major Day”
On Friday, April 18th, Vermont Technical
College will host a “Try a Major Day” for high
school sophomores and juniors. Students will be
able to walk in the footsteps of current Vermont
Tech students and experience first-hand all that
Vermont Tech has to offer on both the Randolph
Center and Williston campuses. The Vermont Tech
academic programs taking part in the event include
Aviation, Diversified Agriculture, Engineering
Technology, IT & Computer Science, Nursing &
Allied Health, Veterinary Technology, and more.
“This is not your typical ‘tour the campus day.’
It’s a day when students will participate and inter-
act with a major program they would like to try
first-hand,” said Rosemary Distel, associate aca-
demic dean at Vermont Tech. “Try a Major Day is
also the perfect opportunity for students to try out
non-traditional by gender careers, such as women
in engineering and men in allied health. We’re
excited to introduce students to our expert faculty
and talented current students so they have a chance
to see what really fits.”
On both campuses, the programs will run from
9am until 2pm, including lunch. Students may find
out more and sign up/register by going to: http://
www.vtc.edu/tryamajor.
Examples of the Try a Major Day offerings
include:
• Architectural and Building Engineering
Technology: Interested in design? Want to learn
what goes into creating first-rate, high-perfor-
mance buildings? Work alongside current students
and get a taste of mechanical/electrical systems,
architecture, and how innovative materials are
used in today’s building construction. You’ll get
up close and personal with cutting-edge, sustain-
able engineering challenges. (Randolph Center
campus)
• Diesel Power Technology: We’ve got the
power! Join the Diesel Power Technology pro-
gram while and check out student project vehicles
being upgraded with various suspension and
engine modifications, plus explore other in-lab
projects. Perform a basic “voltage drop” electrical
test; evaluate heavy duty truck battery; and make a
15 L. Caterpillar engine run on two cylinders by
using a laptop. (Randolph Center campus)
• Electromechanical Engineering Technology:
Interested in robots, electronics and program-
ming? Visit the Williston campus and see how
engineering students spend their time. There will
be open classes to attend and labs to observe;
you’ll get to see theory put into real practice.
Current students will guide you in robotic, elec-
tronic and programming exercises. (Williston
campus)
• Equine Studies: Learn basic musculoskeletal
anatomy; perform a short equine sports massage
session; observe, critique and devise solutions for
positive change in the performance of a demo
horse and rider team; participate in a training ses-
sion in the round pen and briefly discuss equine
behavior and psychology; and share in a question
and answer session with a panel of current stu-
dents. (Randolph Center campus)
• Renewable Energy: Solar, wind, and biomass!
Renewable energy is an exciting and growing
field. Come to Vermont Tech and learn about a
program that prepares you with the technical skills
to make a difference. Work with the renewable
energy systems on campus and install solar panels,
measure wind power, and make a biofuel.
(Randolph Center campus)
• Respiratory Therapy: Learn to use a CPR (car-
diopulmonary resuscitation) “Manikin Dummy”
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THE AMERICAN LEGION
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Annual Post Meeting
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April 17, 2014 6:30 p.m.
Phone 479-9058
4th Annual Weekend Flea Market at
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Thursday 4/10
Williamstown Select 6a, 9a, 12p
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Friday 4/11
Williamstown School 6a,9a,12p
Barre Town Select 3p,7p,10p

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

Sunday 4/13
1 AM Faith Community Church
2 AM Barre Congregational Church
4 AM St. Monica’s 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. Monica’s 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. Monica’s Mass
11 PM Calvary Life

Monday 4/14
Statehouse Programming 6a,9a,12p
Twinfield School 3, 7, 10p

Tuesday 4/15
Twinfield School 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 Worker’s 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 Worker’s Center
8 PM Wind Power Discussion
9:30 PM New England Cooks
CALAIS- Tim Brick. Country. At Whammy Bar, Maple Corner
Store, FREE, starts 7:30pm.
MONTPELIER- Lenten Fish Dinner. Benefits Central Vermont
Catholic School. St. Augustine Parish Hall, Barre St., $10/$6 for stu-
dents through grade 8/free for kids age 3 & under, 5-6:30pm.
Speak to Me: A Program of Words and Chamber Music. Bring your
lunch and watch this video of Craftsbury Chamber Players performing
music inspired by literature. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 12-1pm.
Sydney Lea Poetry Reading. Vermont’s Poet Laureate reads from
selected work. Opening for him is Michaela Coplen. A PoemCity 2014
event. Vermont College of Fine Arts, Noble Lounge, 6:30pm.
Our Town Opening Night Gala. LNT opens 2014 season with
Thornton Wilder’s classic play. Gala includes food, beverage & show.
Lost Nation Theater, $60 all inclusive, 6:45pm. Info. 229-0492.
Almost, Maine. Presented by Stage 32, these nine short plays explore
love and loss in a remote, mythical almost-town called Almost, Maine.
Play by John Cariani. U-32 High School, $8/$5, 7pm.
MORETOWN- Thoroughly Modern Millie. Harwood Union H.S.,
7:30pm. See description 4/10.
WATERBURY CENTER- Baked Ham & Bean Take Out Supper.
With potatoes, fruit salad, roll & dessert. Grange Hall, 317 Howard
Ave., $9, pick up 4-6pm. Call 244-1192 to order.
WORCESTER- Worcester Clothing Swap DROP OFF. Worcester
Town Hall, noon-5pm. See description 4/10.
Saturday, April 12
ADAMANT- Two Shoes Off. Music by Susannah Blachly, George
White and Carter Stowell. Adamant Community Club, $10 advance at
co-op/$15 at door, optional potluck 5:30pm, music 7pm.
BARRE- Pianist John
O’Conor. The Irish pianist
closes out this year’s Celebration
Series with a Beethoven and
Schubert program. Barre Opera
House, $16-$27, 7:30pm. Info.
476-8188.
Barre Early Education Family
Event. Barre families with kids
aged 3-5 years old are welcome
for music, literacy, math and
science activities. Barre City
School, 9:30-11:30am.
BERLIN- Annual Baby and
Child Expo. Performances,
crafts, workshops, face paint-
ing, vendors & more. Rockin’
Ron Pirate at 10:30 & 12:30.
Berlin Elementary, $8 adults/
kids free, 10am-2pm.
BETHEL- VT Fiddle
Orchestra Contradance &
Concert. Bethel Town Hall, $10
dance/$15 concert/$20 both/free
under 18, dance 4pm, potluck
5:30pm, concert 7pm. www.
vtfiddleorchestra.org
CALAIS- Broken String.
Bluegrass. At Whammy Bar,
Maple Corner Store, FREE,
starts 7:30pm.
MARSHFIELD- Movies for
Everyone. Free family movie,
title to be announced. Jaquith
Public Library, FREE, 11am.
Info. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Capital City
Indoor Farmers Market.
Locally grown & prepared
foods, gifts and more. Outside
this week, next to VT College of
Fine Arts gym, 10am-2pm.
Firebox Dinner Fundraiser. Enjoy a chili dinner (meat or veggie),
Montpelier F.D. history slideshow, fire gear for the kids to try on,
more. Firebox silent auction begins. Montpelier Senior Activity Ctr,
sugg. donation $10/$5 kids, 58 Barre St., 5pm. RSVP to 223-2518.
Poetry Workshop with Sydney Lea. A PoemCity 2014 event with
Vermont Poet Laureate. Vermont College of Fine Arts, Noble Lounge,
2-5pm. Must pre-register at info@poem-city.org
Villanelle Writing Workshop. Samantha Kolber discusses and shares
examples of villanelles, then you will write your own. All ages &
levels welcome. A PoemCity event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 10am.
Sudden Eden. Poet Verandah Porche is joined by her songwriting
partner Patty Carpenter for a musical reading of her new book. A
PoemCity 2014 event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 6pm.
Annual Student Choreography Showcase. Performances by advanced
CDFS dancers under direction of Hannah Satterlee. Contemporary
Dance & Fitness, $10 sugg. donation, doors 6:30pm, show 7pm.
Irish Session, 2-5pm; Delmer Mulhan Bluegrass, 6-8pm. Both at
Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St. Info. 229-9212.
Your Relationship to $$$. Workshop with Colin Ryan, comedian &
inspirational speaker. Part of Teen Financial Literacy series, open to
all. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, East Montpelier rm, FREE, 10:30am.
Our Town. LNT opens 2014 season with Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer-
Prize and Tony Award winning classic, feat. a multi-generational cast.
Lost Nation Theater, $25-$30, 2pm ($15) & 8pm. Info. 229-0492.
Identity Theft. Learn about the five types of identity theft & local VT
scams, with Constance Archer, Legal Sheild independent associate.
Hunger Mtn Coop, FREE, 12:30-1:30pm. Pre-reg. 223-8000 x202.
Open Turf Time. Play soccer, frisbee, basketball, baseball and lots
more, including indoor driving range. Central Vermont Memorial
Civic Center, Gallison Hill Rd., $1, 3:30-5pm. Info. 229-5900.
Almost, Maine. U-32 High School, 7pm. See description 4/11.
MORETOWN- Thoroughly Modern Millie. Harwood Union H.S.,
1:30pm & 7:30pm. See description 4/10.
NORTHFIELD- Chicken Pie Take-out. By Kitty Collins, family &
friends. Incl. chick pie, homemade biscuits, squash & cake. Northfield
Senior Center, 168 Wall St., $10, pick up 9am-1pm. Info. 485-8112.
PEACHAM- Northern Skies Observatory Open House. Tour the
observatory, see a demo of main telescope & solar telescope (weather
permitting) Northern Skies Observatory, 1-4pm. www.nkaf.org
NORTHFIELD- Turkey Hunting 101. Learn the basics in this work-
shop with Peter Hommel & Jeffrey Blanchard. Mountain Deer
Taxidermy, Loop Rd. 9am-4pm. Call 828-1193 by 4/7 to register.
ROXBURY- Grand Soup-athon & Pie-pourri Fundraising Supper.
Homemade soups and pies like mom used to make, at 1950s prices
(adjusted for inflation). Roxbury Church, 5-7pm. Info. 485-7779.
STOWE- Counterpoint Chorus: Jewish Song from the Shtetl to
the Promised Land. Jewish Community of Greater Stowe, Cape Cod
Rd., $15/$10/$5, 8pm. RSVP 540-1784. www.counterpointchorus.org
TUNBRIDGE- Haywire. Central VT bluegrass/Americana quintet
performs to benefit Royalton Community Radio. Town Hall, 7:30pm.
Tix at SoRo Market, Tunbridge Store or http://mtnfolk.org
WATERBURY- Indoor Flea Market. American Legion, 16 Stowe
St., 9am-5pm. Donated goods accepted April 8-11. Info. 244-8144.
WORCESTER- Worcester Clothing Swap. Get some “new to you”
clothes. Bring your own bag. Benefits Worcester Food Shelf. Worcester
Town Hall, Rte 12, $1 per bag, 9am-3pm. Info. 552-7494.
Benefit Pancake Breakfast/Art Show. Benefits farmers who suffered
road damage from Irene. Also art show by local artists. Hosted by North
Branch Grange #483. Worcester Church Annex, Rte 12, 8-10:30am.
Sunday, April 13
EAST MONTPELIER- Walk with Green Mountain Club. Easy, 6
+/- miles on EM Trails. Call 229-4737 for meeting time and place.
MONTPELIER- Write On! Poetry workshop led by Angela Emery,
including writing exercises, discussion & feedback, more. Second of
two sessions. A PoemCity event. Sovversvia, 80 Barre St., 6-8pm.
Dave Moore. Irish and American folk for Sunday brunch. Bagitos
Cafe, 28 Main St., 11am-1pm. Info. 229-9212.
Annual Student Choreography Showcase. Contemporary Dance &
Fitness, doors 1:30pm, show 2pm. See description 4/12.
Our Town. Lost Nation Theater, 7pm. See description 4/12.
Second Sunday Concert. Feat. Bill Fraser on guitar. Public welcome,
coffee served. Bethany United Church of Christ, FREE, 9:30am.
Capital Orchestra. Spring concert feat. lively gypsy dances, a wed-
ding march, a sailor’s dance, a love song & some jazz. Fun for young
& old. Unitarian Church, donations appreciated, 7pm. 223-8610.
PLAINFIELD- Early Spring Medicinal Plant Walk. Walk w/clini-
cal herbalist Rebecca Dalgin, followed by a sampling of tea. Wild
Heart Wellness, Goddard College campus, $12, 1-2:30pm. 552-0727.
Monday, April 14
BARRE- Granite Center Garden Club Meeting. Bring a friend,
guest speaker. Refreshments to follow. Canadian Club, 6:30pm. Info.
461-5463.
MONTPELIER- LGBTQ Reading and Discussion: Are You My
Mother: A Comic Drama by Alison Bechdel. Kellogg-Hubbard
Library, 7pm.
Intro to Ecological Design & Permaculture. Experience greater abun-
dance and make a positive impact on the ecosystem, w/Lily Jacobson.
Hunger Mtn Coop, FREE, 5:30-7:30pm. Pre-reg 223-8000 x202.
PLAINFIELD- Fiction Reading: Justin Torres. BFA Creative
Writing Program presents the author of We the Animals. Goddard
College, Haybarn Theatre, FREE, 7:30pm. Info. 454-8311.
WATERBURY- Musical Story Time. With Lesley Grant, for ages 18
months to 4 years. Waterbury Public Library, 10am. Info. 244-7036.
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Tuesday, April 15
MONTPELIER- Translations from Bark Beetle. Poet and teacher
Jody Gladding reads from her new book, joined by David Dillon. A
PoemCity 2014 event. Bear Pond Books, 6-8pm.
Old Time Music Session. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info.
229-9212.
Living Gluten Free. Nutritionist & health coach Alicia Feltus dis-
cusses gluten free benefits and offers great tips and recipes. Hunger
Mountain Coop, FREE, 5:30-6:30pm. Pre-register 223-8000 x202.
Tai Chi for Beginners. Free introductory session. 1 Granite St., 7:30-
9pm. Info. 454-8550.
Community HU Chant. Chanting HU, an ancient name for God, has
helped people throughout time find inner peace and divine love. All are
welcome, hosted by ECKANKAR. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 7-7:30pm.
Wednesday, April 16
BARRE- A Tour of Studio Place Arts. An Osher Lifelong Institute
program with SPA Executive Director Sue Higby. Studio Place Arts,
$5 for OLLI non-members, 1:30pm. Info. 454-1234.
Start Your Own Business. Workshop hosted by VT Small Business
Development Center. Fee includes workbook, access to 20 online
courses. Community National Bank, $99, 9am-1pm. www.vtsbdc.org
Open Mike. With host John Lackard. Green Mountain Tavern, 10
Keith Ave., no cover, 9pm. Info. 522-3482.
Family Film Night. Join us for the animated tale, Hotel Transylvania.
Aldrich Library, Milne Community Room, 6pm.
Co-op Socials Series: Barre Edition. Highlighting how area coops
have contributed to Granite City Grocery’s startup efforts. Comp.
appetizers, cash bar. The Quarry, 6:30-8:30pm. RSVP 279-7518.
MARSHFIELD- Song Circle: Community Sing Along. Led by
Rich and Laura Atkinson. All ages & abilities welcome, song books
provided. Jaquith Public Library, FREE, 6:45pm. Info. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Goddard College Faculty Reading. Feat. Wendy
Call, Michael Leong, Janet Sylvester, Michael Vizsolyi and Arisa
White. A PoemCity 2014 event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 7pm.
Public Banking: A Good Fit for Vermont? Panel discussion will
explore pros & cons of public banking. Hosted by League of Women
Voters of Central VT, all are welcome. State House, room 10, 7-9pm.
Papa GreyBeard Blues. Blues/roots music from Keith Williams and
friends. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
WATERBURY- Central VT Adult Basic Education Volunteer Info.
Session. Learn about volunteer opportunities. CVABE’s Waterbury
Learning Center, 141 So. Main St., 4:30-5:30pm. Info. 476-4588.
American Red Cross Shelter Fundamentals Training. Learn the
guidelines & procedures for opening, operating and closing a shelter
during a disaster. Waterbury Congregational Church, 5:30-9:30pm.
Thursday, April 17
BARRE- Where Does My Money Go? Part of Business Building
Workshops series. Central Vermont Community Action Council, 20
Gable Place, FREE, 6-8:30pm. Call Margaret at 477-5214 to register.
Soup & Sandwich Luncheon. Supports Good Samaritan Haven.
Barre Unitarian Universalist Church, 11:30am-1:15pm.
Granite City Grocery Breakfast Update. GCG owners, downtown
merchants & employees welcome. Pastries, coffee & tea provided by
Espresso Bueno. The Quarry, 7:30-8:30am. RSVP to 279-7518.
CALAIS- Borealis Guitar Duo. Irish/Celtic. At Whammy Bar,
Maple Corner Store, FREE, starts 7:30pm.
MARSHFIELD- Writing and Reading Film Series. April movie to
be announced. Jaquith Public Library, FREE, 7pm. 426-3581.
MONTPELIER- Third Thursday Lunch Series: Porches of North
America. Presentation by UVM’s Thomas Visser. Bring a bag lunch.
Vermont History Museum, FREE, noon. Info. 828-2180.
Dealing with Climate Change. Dr. Alan Betts discusses the climate
changes that are happening and the transition we face as a society. A
Transition Town Montpelier event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 6pm.
VT Studio Center Alumni Poetry Reading. Join Julia Shipley, Hilary
Poremski-Beitzel & Kristin Fogdall for a group reading for PoemCity
2014. Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre St., 7pm.
My Strange Objects. Montpelier H.S. students under the direction of
composer Erik Nielsen & poet Kerrin McCadden perform works cre-
ated for PoemCity 2014. Sweet Melissa’s, 24 Langdon St., 7pm.
Our Town. Lost Nation Theater, 7pm. See description 4/12.
Green Mountain Care Board Public Meeting. Dept. of Financial
Regulation, 89 Main St., 3rd floor, 1-4pm. Info. at http://gmcboard.
vermont.gov/
PLAINFIELD- Art Opening. Reception for “Backstage at the
Rainbow Cattle Co.” exhibit. Talk at 7pm w/photographer Lovett and
Dr. Sharrow of VT Folklife Ctr. Plainfield Community Center, 5-8pm.
Friday, April 18
CALAIS- Bramblewood. Colin McCaffrey, Carol Hausner & Danny
Coane. Whammy Bar, Maple Corner Store, FREE, starts 7:30pm.
MONTPELIER- Spring Migration Bird Walk. Explore NBNC &
other local birding hotspots for warblers, vireos, thrushes, more. North
Branch Nature Center, $10/free for members, 7-8:30am. 229-6206.
Yoga Storytime. Chrissy from Studio Zenith returns to lead mini
yogis and their grownups in playful poses inspired by story and song.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 10:30am.
Create a Biodiverse Garden for Ecological Resilience. Workshop w/
Dr. Wendy Sue Harper of Green Mtn College. Spons. by Central VT
Master Gardeners. North Branch Nature Ctr, $5, 6:30-8pm. 229-6206.
Brown Bag Poetry: Favorite Poems. Bring your lunch and a favorite
poem to share. A PoemCity event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, noon.
So Little Time. The writers of this anthology, Dede Cummings, Ralph
Culver, Ellen Bryant Voigt & others, gather for a reading. A PoemCity
2014 event. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 6pm.
Art Herttua and Stephen Morabito Jazz. Jazz guitar and percus-
sion. Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212.
Our Town. Lost Nation Theater, 8pm. See description 4/12.
WATERBURY- The Science of Sound. Hands-on activities with
Kurt Valenta, ages 3-6. Waterbury Public Library, 10am. 244-7036.
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Barre Civic Center
April 11, 12, 13
• On April 18, 1989, thou-
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to be known as the Tiananmen
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ART EXHIBITS
Art Exhibits
BARRE- Barre Paletteers Spring Art Show. Artists interpret the
theme “Zebra, Water, Fruit” and present other works. Aldrich
Public Library, Milne Room, through 5/9.
MONTPELIER- Group Art Exhibit. Featuring works by Arthur
Zorn, Sarah Munro, Kimberley Greeno, Kevin Macneil Brown and
William Adams. Bethany Church, through 4/13.
-- Re-Wilding: Shamanic Painting by Linda Pruitt. On display
in the fiction room. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, through 4/30.
-- Wildlife in Colored Pencil. Giclee prints by Corinna Thurston.
Green Bean Art Gallery at Capitol Grounds, through 4/27.
-- Gretchen Besio Quilts. Including hand-dyed fabrics and
uniquely sewn pieces. The Cheshire Cat, through 4/30.
-- Sculpture Exhibit. Featuring works by Thea Alvin, Ria Blaas,
Rob Hitzig, Steve Proctor, Brian-Jon Swift & James Irving
Westermann.Vermont Arts Council Sculpture Garden, ongoing.
PLAINFIELD- Birches: Twists and Turns. Acrylic paintings on
masonite by Barbara Leber. Blinking Light Gallery, 4/10-6/1.
-- Backstage at the Rainbow Cattle Co.: Drag Queens of
Dummerston, Vt. Photos by Evie Lovett, w/interviews by Lovett &
Greg Sharrow of VT Folklife Center. Plainfield Community
Center, 4/17-5/22.
STOWE- Surveillance Society. Group exhibit. Helen Day Art
Center, Main Gallery, through 4/20.
-- Andrea Lilienthal. Works by the Brooklyn-based mixed media
sculptor. Helen Day Art Center, East Gallery, through 4/20.
-- Local Color. Works by Vermont painter Rebecca Kinkead. West
Branch Gallery, Main Gallery, through 6/17.
-- Recent Works. Paintings and photographs by architect and art-
ist Tom Cullins. Upstairs at West Branch Gallery, through 6/17.
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Wednesday
3:00 AM Fright Night
4:59 AM Green Mountain Vets for
Peace
6:00 AM Sports Talk
7:00 AM Sound Off
8:30 AM CaptSalty_50
9:30 AM For the Animals
10:00 AM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
11:00 AM Songwriter’s Notebook
11:30 AM Vermont Treasures
12:00 PM Arts Collage Attack
12:30 PM For the Animals
1:00 PM CVTSport.net
2:30 PM Bill Doyle on VT Issues
3:00 PM Salaam Shalom
4:00 PM Shotgun Express
5:00 PM Sound Off
6:00 PM Barre Town Drama, Nifty
Fiftie
8:00 PM City Room with Steve
Pappas
11:00 PM Talking About Movies
Thursday
2:00 AM Fright Night
6:00 AM Salaam Shalom
8:00 AM City Room with Steve
Pappas
9:00 AM Shotgun Express
10:45 AM Songwriter’s Notebook
11:30 AM City Room with Steve
Pappas
12:30 PM Sports Talk
1:30 PM Sound Off
3:00 PM New England Cooks
4:00 PM City Room with Steve
Pappas
4:30 PM CVTSport.net
5:59 PM Green Mountain Vets for
Peace
8:30 PM New England Cooks
9:30 PM Street_Signs_ep127
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 with Steve
Pappas
10:30 AM Street_Signs_ep127
11:00 AM CVTSport.net
12:30 PM Cuban Bridge
1:30 PM Sports Talk
2:30 PM Got Transparency?
4:30 PM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
5:30 PM Songwriter’s Notebook
6:00 PM Barre Town Drama, Nifty
Fiftie
7:30 PM Vermont Treasures
7:59 PM Green Mountain Vets for
Peace
11:00 PM Fright Night
Saturday
1:00 AM Sports Talk
2:00 AM Fright Night
7:30 AM Sports Talk
8:00 AM Capt. Salty
9:30 AM Talking About Movies
11:30 AM CVTSport.net
1:00 PM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
2:00 PM New England Cooks
3:00 PM Barre Town Drama, Nifty
Fiftie
5:00 PM New England Cooks
6:00 PM Preservation Burlington
6:30 PM The Last Irene
7:30 PM Sports Talk
8:00 PM Sound Off
11:00 PM Fright Night
Sunday
2:00 AM Sports Talk
6:00 AM Sports Talk
7:00 AM Capt. Salty
8:00 AM Sound Off
9:30 AM CaptSalty_50
10:30 AM Talking About Movies
11:00 AM CVTSport.net
12:30 PM New England Cooks
1:30 PM City Room with Steve
Pappas
2:30 PM Shotgun Express
3:30 PM Sound Off
4:30 PM Cuban Bridge
5:30 PM Street_Signs_ep127
6:00 PM Sports Talk
6:59 PM Lifelines
7:30 PM Sports Talk
8:30 PM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
9:30 PM Holistically Speaking
10:30 PM CVTSport.net
Monday
2:00 AM Fright Night
6:30 AM Arts Collage Attack
7:00 AM Preservation Burlington
7:30 AM Sports Talk
8:30 AM Salaam Shalom
9:30 AM Bill Doyle on VT Issues
10:30 AM City Room with Steve
Pappas
11:15 AM Holistically Speaking
12:00 PM Salaam Shalom
1:00 PM Cuban Bridge
2:00 PM CVTSport.net
3:15 PM Sports Talk
4:00 PM Vermont Treasures
4:30 PM Sound Off
5:30 PM CaptSalty_50
6:30 PM Shotgun Express
7:30 PM Ethan Allen Hoemstead
11:00 PM Fright Night
Tuesday
3:00 AM Fright Night
6:30 AM Miss_Vermont_Today
7:30 AM Sports Talk
8:30 AM CaptSalty_50
9:30 AM For the Animals
10:00 AM New England Cooks
10:59 AM Lifelines
11:30 AM Vermont Treasures
12:00 PM Arts Collage Attack
1:00 PM CVTSport.net
2:30 PM Bill Doyle on VT Issues
3:00 PM Salaam Shalom
4:00 PM Shotgun Express
5:00 PM Holistically Speaking
6:00 PM For the Animals
6:30 PM CaptSalty_50
8:00 PM City Room with Steve
Pappas
11:00 PM Talking About Movies
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Public Access Weekly Program Schedu
Wednesday, April 2
6:00a Bob Dylan Wannabe Contest
8:00a Democracy Now!
9:00a Singer Songwriter Competition
11:30a Sudzin Country
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Abundant Living
2:00p For The Animals
2:30p Miss Vermont Today
3:30p VTTreasures
4:00pThe Last Irene
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00pThe Determinator
8:00p Vermont Musicians OnThe Air
9:00p A Conversation With Bill McKibben
10:30p Bob Dylan Wannabe Contest
Thursday, April 3
6:00a TBA
7:00a The Last Irene
7:30a Songwriter’s Notebook
8:00a Democracy Now!
9:00a Live at Main Street Landing
9:30a A Conversation With Bill McKibben
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Singer Songwriter Competition
3:30p Lost NationTheater “Adapted By
Samuel Becket”
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00p Assassin’s Creed “Black Flag” –
Story Line
7:30p Sudzin Country
8:00pTalking About Movies
9:00p Spotlight on Vermont Issues
9:30p Abundant Living
10:00p Energy Week
Friday, April 4
6:00a Lost NationTheater “Adapted By
Samuel Becket”
7:30a Miss Vermont Today
8:00a Democracy Now!
9:00a VTTreasures
9:30a VT Senate Spotlight
10:00a Interpretive Dance “Animal”
11:00a Salaam Shalom
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Senior Moments
2:30p Songwriter’s Notebook
3:00p Brunch With Bernie LIVE
4:00p Common Good Vermont
4:30p Monroe’s Sharing Garden
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00pThe Struggle
8:00p Vermont Countryside
9:00pThe Shires of Vermont Byway
10:00p Poem City
Saturday, April 5
6:00a Jesus By John
7:00a Hour of Refreshing
7:30a Wings of Devotion
8:00a Senior Moments
10:00a Welcome To Reality: Phase B
11:00a Bill Doyle on VT Issues
11:30a Bill Doyle on VT Issues
12:00p Spotlight On VT Issues
12:30p VT’s Low-Income Weatherization
Program
1:30p A Conversation With Bill McKibben
3:00p Poem City
4:30p Roman Catholic Mass
5:00p Washington Baptist Church
6:00p France 24
7:00p VTTreasures
7:30p Miss Vermont Today
8:00p Pete Seeger Tribute Concert
10:30p For The Animals
11:00p Gay USA
Sunday, April 6
6:00a Wings of Devotion
6:30a Hour of Refreshing
7:00a Jesus By John
8:00a Preservation Burlington
8:30a Spotlight on Vermont Issues
9:00a Abundant Living
9:30a For the Animals
10:00a Assassin’s Creed “Black Flag” –
Story Line
10:30a Roman Catholic Mass
11:00a Suite In Mudtime
12:00p Washington Baptist Church
1:00pThe Struggle
1:30p VT Senate Spotlight
2:00pThe Determinator
3:00p Recovery of the Bald Eagle in VT
4:30p Vermont Countryside
5:30p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
6:00p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
7:00p VT’s Low-Income Weatherization
Program
8:00p Lost NationTheater “Adapted By
Samuel Becket”
9:30pTalking About Movies
10:00p Interpretive Dance “Animal”
11:00pThe Last Irene
11:30p Songwriter’s Notebook
Monday, April 7
6:00a Sudzin Country
7:00a VT Historical Society
8:00a Democracy Now!
9:00a Vermont Musicians OnThe Air
10:00a Talking About Movies
11:00a Egidio: A Story of Resistance &
Resilience
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Live at Sweet Melissa’s
2:00p Welcome To Reality: Phase B
3:00p Interpretive Dance “Animal”
4:00p Assassin’s Creed “Black Flag” –
Story Line
4:30p Live at Main Street Landing
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p France 24
7:00p Senior Moments
8:30p Salaam Shalom
con10:30p Who Made Me?
Tuesday, April 8
6:00a The Struggle
7:00a Vermont Countryside
8:00a Democracy Now!
9:00a Salaam Shalom
10:00a Poem City
12:00p Democracy Now!
1:00p Bob Dylan Wannabe Contest
3:00pThe Shires of Vermont Byway
4:00p Vermont Musicians OnThe Air
5:00pThe Thom Hartman Show
6:00p Welcome To Reality: Phase B LIVE
7:00p VT Senate Spotlight
7:30p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
8:00p Bill Doyle on VT Issues
8:30pTalking About Movies
9:00p Singer Songwriter Competition
11:30p VTTreasures
ORCA Media Channel 16
Education Access Weekly Program Schedule
Additional Educational Programming
Between Scheduled Shows
Wednesday, April 2
12:00p World War II Talk With
Curtis Whiteway
2:30p Let’s Talk About Mental Health
3:00p Education – JoinThe Conversation
4:00p Danger Men Cooking
5:00p Goddard College – VT Vaudeville
7:00p Montpelier School Board LIVE
Thursday, April 3
12:00p Holistically Speaking
1:30p New England Culinary Institute
2:00p Goddard College – Della Mae Hilltop
4:00p Book Talk
5:00pThe Artful Word
5:30p E. Montpelier School Board
8:30p CVTS Game of the Week
10:30p Vermont Floor Hockey
Friday, April 4
12:00p Harwood Union School Board
4:30p U32 School Board
8:30p Montpelier School Board
Saturday, April 5
12:00p CVTS Game of the Week
3:00p E. Montpelier School Board
6:00p Massachusetts School of Law
7:00p Ethan Allen Homestead
Enrichment Program
8:00p Road to Recovery
9:00p First Wednesdays
Sunday, April 6
12:00p U32 School Board
4:00p Montpelier School Board
8:00p VT State Board of Education
Monday, April 7
12:00p Harwood Union School Board
4:00p Goddard College – VT Vaudeville
6:00p New England Culinary Institute
7:00p New England Cooks
8:00p Book Talk
9:00p Community Cinema
10:00p Arts Collage Attack
10:30p Speaking From Experience
Tuesday, April 8
12:00p First Wednesdays
1:30p Education – JoinThe Conversation
2:30p CVTS Game of the Week
4:30p Arts Collage Attack
5:00p Burlington Free University
6:00p Boreas Borealis
8:00p Holistically Speaking
9:00p Village Square Booksellers
10:00p Let’s Talk About Mental Health
11:00p New England Cooks
ORCA Media Channel 17
Government Access Weekly Program Schedule
Wed, April 2
6:00a Green Mountain Care Board
10:00a 2015 Budget
2:30p State Police Contracts
3:30p Licensure & Regulation of Massage
Therapists
4:00p Green Mountain Care Discussion on
Medicare
6:30p Montpelier City Council
Thu, April 3
6:00a Carr Lot Design Committee
8:30a Regulations for Military Service in
Retirement
10:00a Montpelier Development Review Board
1:00p Green Mountain Care Board
5:00p Governance Structure for Education
7:30p Under The Golden Dome
8:30p Early Childhood Day & Teaching Licensing
9:30p VT Public Benefit Structure & Woodside
Rehab Center
Fri, April 4
8:00a City Room
9:00a State Police Contracts
9:30a Federal Legislation Update
10:30a Inside Your State House
11:00a Governance Structure for Education
1:30p Law Enforcement Advisory Council (LEAB)
3:00p Update on Drugged Driving
3:30p VT Public Benefit Structure & Woodside
Rehab Center
5:00p Montpelier City Council
9:00p Montpelier Design Review Committee
10:30p Central Vermont Regional Planning
Commission
Sat, April 5
6:00a Changes to State Transportation Laws
Parts 1&2
9:00a Randolph Selectboard
12:30p Waterbury Village Trustees
3:30p Berlin Selectboard
7:00p Bethel Selectboard
9:00p Vermont in Focus
9:30pTobacco Use by Persons Under 21
10:30p Regulations for Military Service in
Retirement
Sun, April 6
6:00a Law Enforcement Advisory Council (LEAB)
8:00a Montpelier Planning Commission
10:00a Early Childhood Day & Teaching Licensing
11:00a TBA
11:30a Vermont in Focus
12:00p Under The Golden Dome
12:30p Inside Your State House
1:00p GMO Labeling
2:00p Chiropractic Coverage in Medicaid
4:00p Under The Dome
5:00p Waterbury Selectboard
9:00p Waterbury Municipal Complex Building
Committee
Mon, April 7
6:00a GMO Labeling
9:00a Autism Report
11:00a Property Tax Bill Rate
2:00p VT Public Benefit Structure & Woodside
Rehab Center
3:30p Early Childhood Day & Teacher Licensing
5:00p Montpelier Development Review Board LIVE
Tue, April 8
6:00a Improving the Quality of State Waters
8:30a Update on Drugged Driving
9:00a Tobacco Use by Persons Under 21
10:00a Carr Lot Design Committee
1:00p Changes to State Transportation Laws
Parts 1&2
4:00p Press Conference
5:30p Montpelier Design Review Committee
7:00p Montpelier Planning Commission
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Saturday, April 19
BERLIN- Annual VT Scholastic Chess Championships. All VT
students in grades k-12 are welcome, all abilities. Berlin Elementary,
registration 8:30-9:30am, games start 10am. http://vtchess.info
CALAIS- Bob and the Trubadors. At Whammy Bar, Maple Corner
Store, FREE, starts 7:30pm.
MIDDLESEX- Green Mtn Club History Walk. Easy, 4-6 mile walk
along Rte 100B, with some photos of buildings as they existed many
years ago. Call 622-0585 for meeting time and place.
MONTPELIER- Braiding History. Join historian and writer Beth
Kannell in this workshop weaving Montpelier history & personal his-
tory into a poem. Vermont History Museum, 109 State St., 10:30am.
Twitter Poetry. Got 140 characters? Beth Kannell leads this workshop
in using the power of Twitter in creating poems. A PoemCity 2014
event. Bagitos Cafe, 26 Main St., 12:30pm.
Photo and Poetry Workshop. Write Mondays hosts Deb Fleishman
and Gary Miller host a generative workshop around photography and
poetry. A PoemCity 2014 event. Local 64, 5 State St., 1-3pm.
The “Not Too Far From Home” Comedy Tour. Starring comics
Aaron David Ward, Deric Harrington & Ray Harrington. Montpelier
Elks Lodge, $25, dinner 6pm, show 8pm. Info. 223-2600 x22.
Irish Session, 2-5pm; The Neptunes, 6-8pm. Both at Bagitos Cafe,
28 Main St. Info. 229-9212.
Our Town. Lost Nation Theater, 8pm. See description 4/12.
Open Turf Time. Play soccer, frisbee, basketball, baseball and lots
more, including indoor driving range. Central Vermont Memorial
Civic Center, Gallison Hill Rd., $1, 3:30-5pm. Info. 229-5900.
Sunday, April 20
MONTPELIER- Ben Kinsley. Acoustic guitar for Sunday brunch.
Bagitos Cafe, 28 Main St., 11am-1pm. Info. 229-9212.
Our Town. Lost Nation Theater, 7pm. See description 4/12.
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802-229-5474
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JOB
OPPORTUNITIES
BOOTH RENTAL available
at Reflecting Beauty, N Main
Street. Stylist wanted with
clientele, high traffic area,
handicap accessible. 802-
476-4030, 802-476-9472.
FULLER BRUSH COMPANY
SALES DISTRIBUTORS NEED-
ED. Looking for people who
could use extra money servic-
ing people in your area. No In-
vestment. Call 1-800-683-2002
Email: sb.haney715@gmail.com
L&D Safety Markings Corpora-
tion is please to announce the
expansion of their facility to our
new location in Barre Town! Our
new 22,000 sf. Facility with over
5,000 sf. just for maintenance
means growth and new oppor-
tunities! If you have experience
with fleet maintenance, diesel
engines, hydraulic systems,
weld and/or fabrication, we
have the job for you! We are
seeking an experienced me-
chanic to join our maintenance
department, the mechanic must
posses their own tools. CDL IS
preferred but not required. All
interested parties please ap-
ply to: L&D Safety Markings
Corp. 58 Warner Road, Suite
2 Barre, VT 05641 or call: 802-
223-6154 or email: c.relation@
ldsafetymarking.com We are
an equal opportunity employer
NEED A CHANGE? OFF the
Top has an opening for 2
hair stylists w/cliental. Booth
Rental. Lots of FREE Park-
ing. Call Tom 802-479-0855
RESIDENTIAL Group home is
seeking 3 full time and 2 part
time employees to work with
emotionally and behaviorally
challenged adolescent girls.
Must be reliable, confident and
willing to implement behavior
modification program. Training
provided. Experience working
with teens helpful. Must have
valid drivers license. B/C B/S
health, Delta Dental, 25,000.00
starting pay. Full Time Mon-
Thurs 1pm-11pm
Full Time Mon-Thurs 7am-5pm
Part Time Fri and Sat awake
night 10pm-8 am
Please send cover letter and
resume to: Ssmith1716@aol.
com or
ORC 111 Bliss Rd, Montpelier,
VT 05602
SALES PERSON - P&S FURNI-
TURE, Barre. Must be willing to
work Weekends when necessary.
Full or Part Time 802-535-7649
SEASONAL LABOR. We are
looking for physically fit individu-
als to work for CAN DO SPECIAL
EVENTS from early May until
October. Our team sets up tents,
tables, chairs and bandshells in
a 200 mile radius of Randolph
Vermont. Drivers license pre-
ferred. Call John 802-249-1944
or email jpettinat@aol.com
WORK AT HOME AND EARN
BIG BUCKS!
Earn up to $1,000 a week at
your leisure in your own home?
The probability of gaining big
profits from this and many simi-
lar at home jobs is slim. Promot-
ers of these jobs usually require
a fee to teach you useless, and
unprofitable trades, or to provide
you with futile information. TIP:
If a work-at-home program is
legitimate, your sponsor should
tell you, for free and in writing,
what is involved. If you question
a program’s legitimacy, call the
ATTORNEY GENERAL’S CON-
SUMER ASSISTANCE PRO-
GRAM at 1-800-649-2424.
CHILDCARE
DAYCARE has open-
ings. CPR, registered, all
meals provided. Reason-
able rates. 802-479-2106.
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
LOOKING TO EARN A MIL-
LION$? Watch out for business
opportunities that make outra-
geous claims about potential
earnings. Don’t get fooled into
get rich quick scams. There are
legitimate business opportuni-
ties, but be cautious of any busi-
ness that can’t reflect in writing
the typical earnings of previous
employees. TIP: Investigate
earning potential claims of busi-
nesses by requesting written in-
formation from them before you
send any money, or by calling
the ATTORNEY’S GENERAL
CONSUMER ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM, at 1-800-649-2424.
NO-COST Business Saves
People Money On A Bill They
Already Pay! Featured on
Forbes “100 Most Promis-
ing”/WNBC-TV. Easiest Busi-
ness Ever! 832-819-3279;
www.dosomethi ngeasy.com
A Handy Sunoco
2-Bay Service Station
with Sunoco Fuel
in Waterbury Center
with a Well-Established
Customer Base is
Available for Lease.
For more information,
call Tom McGoff
413-834-5221
INSURANCE &
INVESTMENTS
$21 Car Insurance - Instant
Quote - All Credit Types - Find
Out If You Qualify - As Low As
$21/Month. Call (888) 296-3040.
CLASSES &
WORKSHOPS
AIRLINE CAREERS begin here
- Get trained as FAA certified
Aviation Technician. Housing
and Financial aid for qualified
students. Job placement assis-
tance. Call AIM (866)453-6204.
PERSONALS
Meet singles right now! No paid
operators, just real people like
you. Browse greetings, exchange
messages and connect live. Try
it free. Call now 1-888-909-9905
PREGNANT? CONSIDER-
ING adoption? Talk with caring
adoption expert. Choose from
families nationwide. LIVING
EXPENSES PAID. CAll 24/7,
Abby’s One True Gift Adop-
tion, 866-413-6296. Void in
Illinois/New Mexico/Indiana
WANTED: VIOLIN partner to
practice Bachs D-minor double,
Handel duets, etc. interests/
PBS/VPR, outdoors, pets, Doo/
Wop. Gary, Minister Brook Rd
Worcester. 802-229-0678
FREE ITEMS
$ A1-CASH PAID
$75 TO $300+
JUNK CARS, TRUCKS
FOR INFO, 802-522-4279.
$100-$300 PAID for Your
Complete Junk Cars and
Trucks, FREE metal pick-
up Plainfield. 839-6812
NICE, BLACK and White Fe-
male Cat, 2Yrs. Old, Free to
Good Home. 802-433-1649
JOB
OPPORTUNITIES
continued
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
continued
PERSONALS
continued
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INTERESTED
IN CDL?
Classes
ongoing in Barre
Information:
476-4679
249-2886
Visit Our Website:
www.cdlschoolinvt.com
Granite City Grocery is hiring for a contracted,
part-time Outreach Coordinator position to
support our efforts to open a co-operatively
owned grocery store in downtown Barre.
The position will serve as the main liaison
between the co-op board, its owners, and
community members. Responsibilities include
community outreach, owner recruitment,
volunteer management, and administrative tasks.
The position will be paid $15/hour for twenty
hours per week starting May 1, 2014 until
December 31, 2014 with the possibility of an
extension. The successful candidate must be
fexible to work evenings and weekends. For a
complete job description, go to
www.granitecitygrocery.coop
Submit cover letter, resume, and contact
information for three references to
info@granitecitygrocery.coop
Applications will be accepted until the position
is flled.
Granite City Grocery
Outreach Coordinator
Montpelier Public Schools
Part-Time Accounting Assistant
We have an opening for a part-time Accounting
Assistant to work in our team-oriented
Business Offce. Qualifed candidates must be
skilled in accounts receivable, benefts, bank
reconciliations, payroll, and general ledger.
Must be profcient in Excel, Word, QuickBooks
and accounting software. We are looking for
a well-organized individual who possesses
excellent communication skills and works well
with others. Experience in fund accounting
a plus. An Associate’s degree in accounting
is preferred and three years of experience is
required.
Please submit a letter of interest, résumé and
three current letters of reference to Cynthia
Rossi, Business Manager, Montpelier Public
Schools, 5 High School Drive, Unit #1,
Montpelier, VT 05602.
E.O.E.
Temporary Position for Administrative Work
Length of temporary employment anticipated to be April 2014–
September 2014. Position acts as receptionist for the offce of Purchasing
& Contracting in Montpelier. Duties include answering a three line
phone, taking messages and/or transferring calls to appropriate party.
May perform complex and confdential secretarial related duties.
Handles distribution of contract documents to various locations daily.
Opens and distribute mail daily. Filing of contract fles and documents.
Copying and faxing information as needed. Receiving and stamping in
bids on a regular basis. Schedules meetings as needed. May perform
assigned tasks of a technical nature. Performs other related work as
required.
Knowledge of Microsoft Offce a must (word, excel, outlook).
Typing ability of 40 wpm or higher.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Successful applicants must be in good standing relative to
fling tax returns and payment of taxes due.
Forward resumés to:
Laura Cornell at Purchasing & Contracting
10 Baldwin Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
or via email to laura.cornell@state.vt.us
Please provide references for contact.
Application need to be received no later than April 14, 2014.
The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affrmative Action Employer
Sterling Area Services is
looking for a responsible,
patient person to provide
20 hours a week of
community/employment
support for a young man in
the Barre area. This position
is temporary (April 28-
September 1, 2014) with
the chance of becoming
permanent.
The successful candidate
must be able to work
comfortably in a team. He can
be a bit shy at frst, but he has
a great sense of humor and
enjoys shopping, superheroes,
movies and socializing. We
provide paid training.
Interested candidates
should submit a cover letter
of interest to Sterling Area
Services, 109 Professional
Drive, Morrisville, VT 05661
(attention Lisa) or call 802-
888-7602 and ask that an
application be sent to you.
A clean driving record, valid
Vermont driver’s license as
well as a reliable and insured
vehicle is required. Extensive
background checks will be
conducted. EOE
Seasonal RV Technicians Needed
Looking for hard working, self motivated
individuals to work in our service department.
Vermont Country Campers is looking for handy
people with mechanical skills to join our fast
paced, team oriented service department.
Interested applicants please stop in and see
Shawn or send resume to
shawn@vermontcountrycampers.com
1498 US Rt. 2, East Montpelier, VT 05651
(802) 223-6417
HELP WANTED
Temporary Part-Time
Information Center Representative
The State of Vermont Department of Buildings and
General Services is seeking an individual with strong
interpersonal skills to promote Vermont and welcome
visitors at our Information Center in Montpelier. Duties
include a combination of customer service, computer
data entry and custodial tasks: greeting and providing
information to our visitors, map reading, record keeping,
cleaning restrooms, mopping, shoveling snow and
occasional lifting.
We have a temporary position available which may include
holidays and weekends.
To apply or for more information, speak with Mike Tierney
or Kathy Satterfield by calling the Capital Region Visitor
Center at 802-828-5981.
The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.
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 avail-
ability which would
include nights and weekends.
Apply in person at
80 South Main Street, Waterbury,
or send resume to acomeau@vmwvt.com
No phone calls, please.
E.O.E.
Berlin Elementary School
Summer Custodial/Maintenance Support
The Berlin Elementary School anticipates the need for one
full-time and one half-time custodial/maintenance staff
member for temporary positions lasting approximately six
weeks in the summer, beginning in the end of June. The
successful candidates will be hard-working, dependable,
trustworthy, able to work independently with minimal
supervision, and take pride in making our school safe and
visually appealing. Interested candidates should send a letter
of interest, resume and three current references
by April 18, 2014, to:
Chris Dodge, Principal
Berlin Elementary School
372 Paine Turnpike North
Berlin, Vermont 05602
Applications also accepted through SchoolSpring.com
WORLD CLASSIFIED
DEADLINE MONDAY 10AM (Display Ads Thursday at 5:00 PM)
802-479-2582 • 1-800-639-9753 • sales@vt-world.com • www.vt-world.com
Classified
Deadline
Is Monday
Before
10:00AM
Thank You For Saying
I Saw It In
TWINFIELD UNION SCHOOL
2013-2014 Spring Coach Needed
MIDDLE SCHOOL
SOFTBALL COACH
Apply to:
WNESU, P.O. Box 470,
Plainfield, VT 05667
(802) 454-9924.
Applications accepted until
position is filled. EOE
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WANTED
$ A1-CASH PAID
$75 TO $300+
JUNK CARS, TRUCKS
802-522-4279.
A.S.A.P.
7’x 12’ or 14’ box trailer, barn
doors okay. 802-479-4635.
COIN COLLECTOR will
Pay Cash for Pre-1965
Coins and Coin Collec-
tions. Call Joe 802-498-3692
WANTED ALL MOTOCYCLES
Before 1990. Running or Not.
Japanese, British, American,
European. Top Cash Paid.
Free Pick-up. Location Cen-
tral New York 315-569-8094,
f i rst ki ckcycl es@i cl oud. com
WANTED: PISTOLS, Ri-
fes, Shotguns. Top Pric-
es paid. 802-492-3339
days. 802-492-3032 nights.
WANTS TO purchase miner-
als and other oil and gas in-
terests. Send details to: PO
Box 13557, Denver, CO 80201
WILL HAUL away for free: Scrap
metal, old appliances, car parts,
etc. Furnaces, boilers and demo-
litions for a fee. No job too big or
too small. Chad, 802-793-0885.
CLOTHING &
ACCESSORIES
T-SHIRTS Custom Printed.
$5.50 heavyweight. “Gildan”,
Min. order of 36 pcs. Hats
- Embroidered $6.00. Free
Catalog. 1-800-242-2374.
Berg Sportswear. 40. BNE - N
ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES/
RESTORATION
OAK HOOSIER $695. Set
of 6 Chairs $429. Last Time
Around Antiques 114 No.
Main St Barre 802-476-8830
TWO THRIFTY SISTERS An-
tiques Spring Sale Now in
Progress with over 50 pieces of
furniture to choose from. Home
of quality, friendly services. Two
Thrifty Sisters 124 No. Main
St, Barre. 1-802-622-8000.
WANTED
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WANTED
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ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES/
RESTORATION
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Associate Director of Community Developmental Services: Full
time with benefits. Responsible for providing supervision and
support to personnel as well as ensuring the fiscal and clinical
integrity of the program. In this managerial role, the Associate
Director will be under the direct supervision and mentorship of the
CDS Program Director, and the CDS Assistant Director in the
Program Director’s absence. The position also involves collaborating
and working closely with CDS and WCMHS administrators/
personnel, and VT State Agencies. The successful applicant must
be familiar the Vermont Disabilities System, Medicaid Waivers,
case management, the provision of community based day services,
supported employment, and transition services, Self-determination
and Recovery models of community based services, and have
managerial and supervisory experience. Master’s Degree preferred
in related field or QDDP with five years managerial / supervisory
experience. The preferred candidate will possess strong interpersonal
and communication skills, demonstrate flexibility, have knowledge
of DS Medicaid rules and regulations, have knowledge of the DD
Act of 1996, and have strong computer skills.
General Billing Specialist: Responsible for various billing and
recording of payments in a timely and accurate manner. Billing and
other duties will include some or all of the following: Entry of
In-Takes, Title XIX Medicaid, Case Rate, Medicare, Third Party
billing and various funding specific billing. Prefer 2-3 years’
experience as a Data Entry Clerk or Billing Clerk. A high school
diploma or GED with 1-2 years’ experience with PC and Mainframe
applications will be considered.
Positive Behavior Support Behavior Analyst (4 positions open):
Full time w/ benefits. Seeking individual to provide consultation to
assigned school (Williamstown Elementary, Berlin, U32 or WCSU)
and program clients in the application of Positive Behavior
Intervention and Supports (PBiS) methods based upon the principles
of Applied Behavior Analysis. Training in the field of Applied
Behavior Analysis and experience working with children and youth
who present serious emotional and behavioral challenges and/or
autism is required. Experience working in school settings is
desirable. Completion (or (ongoing progress toward the completion)
of the coursework required to sit for the BCBA examination is
required. Possession of a Master’s degree or enrollment and
participation in a Master’s degree program is required. Minimum 1
year experience as a Behavior Interventionist (or equivalent)
preferred; OR Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst in good
standing. Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds and execute physical
restraints.
Residential Services Specialist: 37.5 hours a week with benefits.
Must be flexible and be able to work evenings and weekends.
Individual needed to work in community care home with 6 adults
with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include teaching
social and self-care skills in the community and at home. Successful
candidate will possess ability to work independently and with a
team to support the growth of each person. Willingness to learn
and a sense of humor are helpful. High School Diploma or
equivalent.
Residential Support Specialist: This position is 38 hour/week
with full time benefits. Seeking a motivated individual to assist two
autistic men in the Barre area with support needs. Responsibilities
vary and include providing support for social, recreational, self/
personal care, communication, and behavioral needs both
residentially and in the community. Must have a high school
diploma or GED equivalent. Some college or Bachelor’s degree
preferred. Willingness to use personal vehicle.
Children and Family Services Navigator: Full time position with
benefits performing intake screening and assessment, group
coordination and facilitation, brief treatment and stabilization, and
brief targeted case management to presenting families through
telephone contact, in office meetings, and potentially, meetings in
the field. Work is highly coordinated with the Children’s Utilization
Review team and with other youth supporting programs within and
outside of WCMHS. Work is based in Berlin with travel throughout
the Washington County area. Master’s Degree in psychology, social
work, or counseling, and licensure or license eligible as a
psychologist, social worker or Mental Health counselor preferred.
Must have 1 - 3 years working within mental health with experience
with children, youth and families. Training in trauma and
co-occurring disorders also required. Must have safe, reliable and
insured vehicle with a clean driving record. During the school year,
must be available to work until 5:30 or 6pm two to three days per
week, or some weekend hours.
Home Intervention Counselor: Anticipated opening on April
30th. Full time w/ benefits. Position# 745 is a Tuesday-Saturday,
awake overnights. Provides direct care to consumers in crisis who
would generally receive services in a hospital environment.
Responsible for doing related tasks which provide for a safe
environment. Bachelor’s degree curriculum plus 0-2 years relevant
experience; or 2 years of college plus 2-4 years’ experience; high
school plus 4-7 years’ experience; or the equivalent.
Residential Counselor- Chrysalis House: A program supporting
psychiatrically challenged individuals in a residential setting.
Chrysalis House is a goal oriented behavioral program accentuating
living skills and community integration. This location is based in
Waterbury. This is an hourly position, requesting coverage on an as
needed basis. Availability to cover various weekend/weekday and
awake overnight shifts is frequently needed.
Only qualified applicants will receive a response. Valid driver’s license, excellent driving record and access to a safe, reliable, insured vehicle is required. Send letter of interest and resume to: WCMHS,
Personnel, PO Box 647, Montpelier, VT 05601. Contact: 802-229-1399 Fax 802-223-6423 personnel@wcmhs.org www.wcmhs.org E.O.E.
START Residential Support Specialist: Full time w/ benefits.
Seeking individuals to provide support, guidance and supervision
to challenging client living in his own apartment. Support would be
needed in the following areas: community activities, vocational,
personal care, daily management, behavior management and safety
needs. Must be able to work independently and as a team member.
Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. Must be
able to complete documentation and data recording in a timely
manner. Must be flexible with schedule and be willing to work
weekends, overnights and holidays. HS Diploma or GED
required.
SBBI (School Based Behavior Intervention) Case Manager:
Full time w/ benefits. Develops and /or delivers ongoing community
based assessment, treatment and supports for children and youth
experiencing a severe emotional disturbance and their families.
Bachelor’s Degree in human service or related field required.
Master’s Degree and / or enrolled in an Applied Behavioral
Analysis program preferred. Two years of human service delivery
with children and families preferred. Experience providing direct
instruction and therapeutic services to children with challenging
behaviors preferred. Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds and execute
physical restraints.
Case Manager for our Community Support Programs: Full-
time w/ benefits. Want to work with great people doing important
work? Are you compassionate, enthusiastic, and optimistic? Do
you like to be consistently challenged at your job? Is integrity
important to you? We’re looking for someone who can answer
“yes” to these questions. If you have a Master’s Degree in a mental
health related field, experience working with adults with severe and
persistent mental illness, and have a focus on recovery, then
consider applying for this Case Management position in WCMHS
Community Support Program. Supervision hours towards licensure
available.
Social Support Specialist: 20 hours a month either afterschool or
on weekends. Support needed for an 11yr old boy who lives in the
Mooretown area. He enjoys outdoor activities. The ideal candidate
would help him strengthen his socialization skills. Call Diane @
793-3186 for more information.
Maintenance Technician: Full time w/ benefits. This position is
responsible for much of the day-to-day work. Responsibilities may
include: Appliances and furnace maintenance and repair; painting;
carpentry; plumbing; electrical work (wiring & re-wiring); roofing;
vinyl and wood sidings and trims and replacement/repair of broken
windows and doors, maintenance of; flooring (installation and
maintenance of all types); knowledge of sprinkler systems, heating
systems, fire panel systems and internal alarm systems. Assist as
backup for Janitorial and Housekeeping. Must be familiar with the
following areas: Painting interior and exterior, plumbing, and
flooring. Desirable skills: Appliance and furnace repair; plumbing
and heating; carpentry at all levels; electrical; the ability to read and
translate blueprints. HS Diploma or GED required.
Employment Service Specialist: (2 positions open) 30 hour a
week position with benefits that provides 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.
Residential/Community Support Specialist: A 30 hour position
with benefits providing support services 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. H.S. diploma or equivalent.
Community Support Specialist: A position providing 25hrs/week
community 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. Must
have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Bachelor’s degree
preferred. Must possess a valid driver’s license, excellent driving
record, and have access to a safe, reliable, insured vehicle.
Experience providing direct instruction and therapeutic services to
young adults with challenging behaviors preferred.
Residential Support Specialist (Supervised Apartment
Program): A 30 hour position providing support services to
consumers in their own apartments, ensuring that the assigned
individuals are 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. The candidate must
have flexibility in work hours to be able to support consumers with
their scheduling needs to attend evening and weekend activities.
High School diploma with 3-5 years’ experience working with
adults with Developmental Disabilities. Strong interpersonal and
communication skills, demonstrate flexibility, and willing to work
with consumers with a variety of support needs.
Home Intervention Counselor: Full time w/ benefits. Position #
884. This is a floater position and candidate will provide fill-in for
staff vacancies or leaves. In the absence of vacancy/leaves will
negotiate a mutually agreeable schedule. Provides direct care to
consumers in crisis who would generally receive services in a
hospital environment. Responsible for doing related tasks which
provide for a safe environment. Program uses a recovery model to
provide supportive 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.
Home Intervention Counselor: Full time w/ benefits. Position
#739 is a Wednesday – Saturday position, generally day shift with
some awake overnights required. Provides direct care to consumers
in crisis who would generally receive services in a hospital
environment. Responsible for doing related tasks which provide for
a safe environment. Program uses a recovery model to provide
supportive 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.
Home Intervention Counselor: Anticipated opening on April
30th. Full time w/ benefits. Position# 728 is Saturday- Tuesday,
awake overnights. Provides direct care to consumers in crisis who
would generally receive services in a hospital environment.
Responsible for doing related tasks which provide for a safe
environment. Bachelor’s degree curriculum plus 0-2 years relevant
experience; or 2 years of college plus 2-4 years experience; high
school plus 4-7 years’ experience; or the equivalent. Must have a
valid drivers license, possess an excellent driving record, and have
access to a safe, reliable, insured vehicle.
Registered Nurse - Weekends: Looking for a Registered Nurse to
provide weekend professional nursing supervision and care to
consumers in crisis at the Home Intervention program. This Nurse
will provide both psychiatric and physical assessments, communicate
with on call psychiatric providers, facilitate admissions, and
delegate medication administration duties to direct care staff, as
well as provide clinical supervision to direct care staff. This
position requires strong team work as well as the capacity to
function independently. The successful candidate will have strong
interpersonal skills, along with strong psychiatric and medical
assessment skills. Must be an RN with a current Vermont License.
Residential Counselor Single Steps/Segue House: Full time w/
benefits. Seeking an individual to provide for the emotional and
physical safety of residents in a group care setting experiencing
mental health challenges. A residential counselor will act as a role
model and teach independent living skills, to include cooking,
housekeeping and personal hygiene, assisting with medication
administration, and crisis intervention as needed. Must be willing
to work a flexible schedule that will include some overnights.
Hours will be split between two residential homes in the Montpelier
area. BA in Human Services or related field required.
Residential Counselor Single Steps: Part-time (14 hours per
week). Seeking an individual to provide for the emotional and
physical safety of residents in a group care setting experiencing
mental health challenges. A residential counselor will act as a role
model and teach independent living skills, to include cooking,
housekeeping and personal hygiene, assisting with medication
administration, and crisis intervention as needed. This position will
provide house coverage 14 hours per week and may include one
paid overnight shift. This position will be shared between two
residential settings in the Montpelier area. This position is perfect
for a college graduate interested in part time work in the human
services field. BA in Human Services or related field required.
Behavior Interventionists/Educational Support Specialists for
the following programs: Full time w/ benefits.
SBBI (School Based Behavior Interventionist):
Multiple positions. Full time w/ benefits. Provide direct
supervision to enrolled child or youth within a school
setting. Implement behavioral programming and provide
counseling in social, recreational and daily living skills in
school and community settings. Bachelor's Degree in
human services, education or psychology preferred. If
degree requirements are not complete, working toward
BA/BS or related field is required. Experience providing
direct instruction and therapeutic services to children
with challenging behaviors preferred.
ChOICE Behavior Intervention/Education Support
Specialist: Provide direct supervision to youth (ages
12-18+) within an integrated mental health treatment
facility / educational center. Implement behavioral
programming and milieu counseling in social, emotional
and recreation/leisure skills and activities of daily living
in classroom, day treatment and community settings.
Provide individual and group supervision as needed.
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WOOD/HEATING
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5 Sizes in stock
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www.blackrockcoal.com
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Call for Info; Bicknell Barrels
The Barrel Man. 802-439-5149
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802-229-0114
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461-7828.
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or ajpalmiero@gmail.com
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art Morton, Interior/Exterior,
Repairs, Many Excellent Lo-
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ROOF SHOVELING, Careful,
reasonable. Andy 802-223-5409
SPRING CLEAN-UP
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3403/802-249-7164 35+ years
experience, Fully Insured.
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WILL HAUL away for free: Scrap
metal, old appliances, car parts,
etc. Furnaces, boilers and demo-
litions for a fee. No job too big or
too small. Chad, 802-793-0885.
YARD MAINTENANCE PO-
SITIONS Available. Please
contact Logan at 916-821-
0071 for more information. Ac-
cess to equipment is a plus.
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continued
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continued
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Jamie Benjamin - Owner
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Garage Doors and Openers
Sales & Service
Offering prompt, professional service and
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Drafty Windows a
Costly Nuisance
Q: Our front room windows
have never been very good at
keeping out drafts on windy
nights, and in the summer, it’s
the hottest room in the house.
Do we need to replace these
windows? -- Charlene T., via
email
A: Drafty, leaky windows have a number of causes for -- from
warped or old frames to single-pane windows and more -- but
completely replacing the windows and frames can be quite cost-
ly.
Your electric company may offer an energy audit kit -- or can
even send a professional to perform an energy audit -- at low or no
cost. A basic kit can determine that hot or cool air is escaping the
house, while more detailed audits can determine where that air is
escaping.
Another way is to simply bring in a window replacement con-
tractor to inspect the front-room windows, determine what’s
wrong and present an estimate for the cost of repair or replace-
ment. This is the costliest option, so be certain the problem is
severe enough to warrant window and/or frame replacement.
Consider getting two or three estimates from different contractors
to compare prices.
In the long term, investing in new, higher-quality windows can
save a lot in heating and air conditioning costs, and help make the
front room more comfortable year-round.
In the short term, you’ll want to take some inexpensive mea-
sures to prevent drafts and, in the summer, cool air from escap-
ing.
If you’ve performed an energy audit or have been able to figure
out just where outside air is blowing through, you can lessen the
problem. Air entering under the sash can be blocked by placing a
length of foam weatherstripping along the underside, where the
sash meets the frame. Thinner weatherstripping can be installed
vertically along the frame to prevent drafts from entering between
the window and the frame.
Install double-paneled curtains on all the windows of the room.
In the winter, these provide an extra buffer between drafts and you.
In the summer, these solid curtains can be pulled shut when the
sun is shining into the room, to help keep the room cool.
These short-term measures can save some energy, but to really
make that room comfortable, take a serious look at replacing the
windows, particularly if they’re old or the frame or sash are visibly
warped.
HOME TIP: Take a tour of your home and make note of as many
improvement or maintenance tasks that you can find. Then create
a schedule to tackle a few of them at a time.
Send your questions or home tips to ask@thisisahammer.com.
(c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.
By Samantha Mazzotta
April 9, 2014 The WORLD page 37
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which makes it illegal to advertise “any
preference, limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or national ori-
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preference, limitation or discrimination.”
Additionally, Vermont’s Fair Housing
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on age, marital status, sexual orienta-
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MOBILE HOMES/
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800-391-7488, 802-229-2721
MOBILE HOME and LAND
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MUST SEE! Needs To Be
MOVED, 26’x52’ 3 Bedroom 2
bath, $30,000.00 obro, 802-456-
1060 Ask for Shannon or Ryan.
RANDOLPH CTR 2000,
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14X70 Mobile Home in Park,
$38,400 obo 802-829-9327
COMMERCIAL
RENTALS/SALES
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.
John Biondolillo
BCK Real Estate
(802) 479-3366, ext. 301
John@BCKrealestate.com
COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR
LEASE; Office, Warehouse,
Retail, Shop Space. Numer-
ous prime locations through-
out Central Vermont. Call
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together.net for inquiries.
COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE
Space and Shop Space with Der-
rick Cranes, Barre 802-479-3499
WANTED TO RENT/
SHARE/BUY
GARDENERS!!! Person to
share home on Rt. 100, So.
Duxbury. $500/mo + $500
Security. 802-244-8666.
LOOKING for a clean Pro-
fessional Person. Rent $525
plus deposit. Includes 1/2
Utilities, heat, cable, hot wa-
ter, internet, full use of the
house. No pets, non-smoking.
More info call 802-622-0378.
APARTMENTS
ROOMS/HOUSES
FOR RENT
BARRE ANDREWS Court, two
bedroom, $1,000, 802-229-
5702 sal.b@myfairpoint.net
BARRE CITY apartment.
2nd floor, 2bdrm, 1 bath with
washer/dryer hookup. Includes
rubbish & snow removal.
No pets, nonsmoking. $795/
mth. References & credit re-
port required. 802-272-8529.
BARRE, Hill Street 3rd floor
2 bedroom $800. sal.b@my-
fairpoint.net 802-229-5702
BARRE, WASHINGTON
ST, efficiency/one bedroom,
ground floor, on bus route,
coin-op washer/dryer on prop-
erty. No Pets, Security deposit.
$500/month. 802-476-2092
BARRE: One bedroom 2nd floor,
$725 utilities included, no pets
or smoking. Lease, deposit, ref-
erence required. 802-476-4757.
BERLIN DUPLEX, Par-
tridge Farms, 3bdrm,
$1375/mo. 802-229-5702;
s a l . b @my f a i r p o i n t . n e t
CALAIS/MAPLE Corner Area
Cozy 4-room Cottage. New gas
furnace, woodstove backup.
Sunny and comfortable for one
or two people. No pets. $900./
mo. Lease. 802-223-5510
HOMESHARE, BARRE
TOWN, unfurnished bedroom
for one. No pets, smoking ok,
$125 week. 802-622-0433.
HOUSE SHARE, Room For
Rent in Waterbury off Blush Hill.
Share 2-story, 3 bdrm, 2 bath
house with single white male
professional. Ideal for tempo-
rary housing (i.e...for consultant,
interim professor, visiting nurse,
older student) or for someone
looking for part-time hous-
ing (ie...travels often, etc.) No
pets. $550\mo. includes water,
heat, trash. Email, call or text
for appointment. 802-289-9009
RETIREMENT APART-
MENTS, ALL INCLUSIVE.
Meals, transportation, activities
daily. Short Leases. Monthly
specials! Call 877-210-4130
RULE OF THUMB......
Describe your property,
not the “appropriate” buyer or
renter, not the landlord,
not the neighbors.
Just describe the property and
you’ll almost always obey the
law.
WILLIAMSTOWN, 1BDRM,
1st floor, heated, Rubbish
removal, coin-op laundry,
non-smoking, no dogs. $675
plus deposit. 802-433-5832.
APARTMENTS
ROOMS/HOUSES
FOR RENT
continued
continued on page 38
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FOR SALE BY OWNER
TOTALLY REFINISHED COTTAGE
$128,000.
1 River Street, Barre, VT
802-476-1195
Cozy 2 bedroom/2 bath cottage has all new kitchen, windows,
doors, roof and furnace. New hardwood floor throughout down-
stairs. Specialty windows and built-ins. Composite deck and front
porch. Large backyard and driveway with 12’x12’ shed w/power.
Airport Road
Berlin
223-6300
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Currently a duplex but could easily
return to a single family home. Well
maintained with newer windows,
hard and soft wood floors, open and
airy spacious eat-in-kitchen. Large,
level lot with huge garden area and a
nice big shed to boot!
Barre, $135,000
Great investment opportunity. First floor
has been completely redone. New maple
hardwood floor, new flooring in the kitchen
and bathroom. All plumbing and electric
has been updated, replaced or repaired as
needed. Unit upstairs is in need of a little
work. An investment to consider!
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229-0640
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155 Ayers Street
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 476-6237
The students of the Building Trades Program
would like to build you a home for 2015!

Barre Technical Center’s Building Trades Program builds a new modular home every year.
The house is:
• Approximately 1,400 square feet
• Super insulated (double wall construction)
• Hardwood and tile floors
• Cement board siding
• Six panel solid core doors
The sooner we enter into a contract the more input you have in the floor plan and
materials used (choice of trim, paint, type of flooring and color of tile).
The cost of the house is materials plus 16% fee. Materials are estimated at $65,000.
To secure a contract with us, we require a down payment of 5% of the estimated cost. The
house must be paid for in full by May 22, 2015. The school must receive full payment prior
to the house leaving the premises.
The buyer is responsible for moving the units and all work to set them in place.
Additional information may be obtained by contacting Penny Chamberlin, Director at
(802) 476-6237, ext. 1138.
Proposal is due by Monday, May 26, 2014 at Noon (or postmarked May 26, 2014).
Proposal may be mailed to the address above, c/o Penny Chamberlin. The school district
reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal as may be in the interest of the school
district. A decision will be made by The Enterprise Corporation by June 13, 2014.
(Label left corner of envelope “Sealed Proposal”)
•••••••Faxed Proposals will not be accepted•••••••
Telephone (802) 476-6237, ext. 1138
Comfortable gambrel with
4 bedrooms. Hardwood
floors, archway to living
room with stained glass
front window. Finished
basement with den and
laundry. Front sitting
porch and garage. Barre.
All for only $109,000.
New Price
daffodils or birds for Spring:
New Price
Comfortable gambrel with 4 bedrooms. Hardwood
floors, archway to living room with stained glass front
window. Finished basement with den and laundry.
Front sitting porch and garage. Barre, All for Only
$109,000
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New Property
Tell your friends and family: Fresh farm on 150 acres
with open pasture for farming and/or animals. Farm-
house with modern features, hardwood floors, and
formal dining area. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths plus large
barn with 3 stalls. Northfield, $452,000
pic:2014 002 (3)
www.C21Jack.com
(802)244-4500 Ext. 704
98 So. Main St., Waterbury
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Each Office is Independently Owned & Operated
Tina Golon
802-522-9216
Tell your friends and family: Fresh farm on 150 acres with open
pasture for farming and/or animals. Farmhouse with modern
features, hardwood floors, and formal dining area.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths plus large barn with 3 stalls.
Northfield, $452,000.
New Property
Weston’s Mobile Home Park
ONLY 33 31 LOTS LEFT FOR RENT!
Lot rent of $320.00 month includes water, septic, and
trash removal. Close to the Interstate and Montpelier.
Ellery & Jennifer Packard
Weston’s Mobile
Home Park
229-5741ext. 103

Lots Available Year Round
LAST DOWN
LENDER UPDATE RATE APR TERM PTS PAYMENT
Granite Hills 4/9/14 4.500% 4.661% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
Credit Union 522-5000 3.500% 3.775% 15 yr fixed 0 5%
Merchants Bank 4/9/14 5.350% 5.371% 30 yr fixed 0 20%
1-800-322-5222 3.700% 3.734% 15 yr fixed 0 20%
New England Federal 4/9/14 4.375% 4.410% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
Credit Union 866-805-6267 3.375% 3.399% 15 yr fixed 0 5%
Northfield Savings 4/9/14 4.375% 4.416% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
Bank (NSB) 3.375% 3.444% 15 yr fixed 0 5%
802-485-5871
VT State Employees 4/9/14 4.500% 4.530% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
Credit Union (VSECU) 3.375% 3.426% 15 yr fixed 0 5%
1-800-371-5162 X5345
Rates can change without notice.
***APRs are based on 20% down payment. Some products are available with as little as
5% down, with purchase of Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI). The cost of PMI is not
included in the APR calculations.
Updated Weekly
Home Mortgage Rates
Rate APR Term Points
Downpayment

Granite Hills CU 4.500% 4.661% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
3.500% 3.775% 15 yr fixed 0 5%

Merchants 5.350% 5.371% 30 yr fixed 0 20%
3.700% 3.734% 15 yr fixed 0 20%

NE Fed CU 4.375% 4.410% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
3.375% 3.399% 15 yr fixed 0 5%

Northfield Savings 4.375% 4.416% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
3.375% 3.444% 15 yr fixed 0 5%

VSECU 4.500% 4.530% 30 yr fixed 0 5%
3.375% 3.426% 15 yr fixed 0 5%

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Call to arrange a consultation
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BUILDING LOTS in CABOT,
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Call 802-563-2312
MARSHFIELD RT 232 1
Acre, Drilled Well, Septic in
place. Beautiful Views, Power
at Road, 50X24 Garage w/
High ceiling in 1/2, Power
Door Opener. 239-495-1153
MOBILE HOME and LAND
FOR SALE 802-223-3718
CONDOS
ONE FLOOR Living for
$189,900 Pre-Buy Now avail-
able Spring 2014 Barre Town
Condo’s 3 bedroom, 2 Bath At-
tached Garage, Basement Stor-
age. Fecteau Homes 802-229-
2721 www.fecteauhomes.com
HOMES
GREENSBORO BEND, OLDER
2 STORY HOUSE, 3 bedrooms
upstairs, kitchen living room,
dining room and bedroom on
frst foor, full bath, some ap-
pliances, 2 acres +/-, asking
$105,900. 802-328-2008/802-
535-7867 leave message.
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mation, call 1-877-FTC-HELP or
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Concept Kitchen
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steel appliances. Formal dining area. Large living
room w/soapstone wood burning stove & hearth. Rear
patio overlooks nicely landscaped yard. Long range
mountain views to enjoy. Front porch & oversized 2 car
garage. Priced $359,000. Contact Fran Pickel, Ext. 314.
MLS#4332763.
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147 State Street
Montpelier
Fran Pickel
Ext. 314
Lori Holt
Ext. 326
Edge of Village
Ranch on
1.12+/- acres
- Privately-
sited and well-
m a i n t a i n e d
4-BR Plainfield
home is easily
accessed year-
round, off a flat
gravel road, only a few hundred feet from a paved road,
and a short commute into either Barre or Montpelier!
Woodsy setting with large lawn areas to both the front
and rear, and a raised-bed garden. Terrific natural light.
Open floor plan. Fully-equipped Cherry kitchen with lots
of storage and counter space. Many recent improvements
include the addition of a high-efficiency Buderus heating
plant, metal roof, flooring, two pressure-treated decks,
and basement replacement windows. Family room with
woodstove and workshop space, too. $189,900. Call Lori
Holt, Ext. 326.
Fabulous Find!
3-BR, 1.75-bath
Contemporary
Cape on
30.9+/- acres
in Worcester.
Ext raordi nary
s e c l u s i o n ,
but just off a
side paved
road. Airy, open layout. Lots of windows and natural
light! Cherry kitchen (’07) with upgrade appliances
and Silestone counters. Mix of softwood, slate, tile and
carpeted flooring. New roof. First floor bedroom and
bath. Breezeway to extra deep 2-c garage with overhead
storage. Pond, trails, 300+ Christmas trees, wildlife,
mature berries, apples and more!. Hurry! $329,000. Call
Lori Holt, Ext. 326.
Affordable Apartments
available now in
Bradford, VT (Waits
River Apartments) and
Barre, VT (Bromur St. &
Laurel St. Apartments)
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• A garden manicure is what
my mother calls it: When work-
ing with plants and dirt, rake
your nails across a bar of soap.
The soap prevents dirt particles
from lodging under nails, and
the soap washes away easily
when you are finished. Happy
Gardening! -- JoAnn
• If the string on your trimmer
is always breaking or jamming,
try this old trick: Give the
coiled string a spray with veg-
etable oil before you thread it.
It lubricates the line, making it
less likely to pull and less like-
ly to break.
• “If you have a spade with a
long handle, you can transfer
common measurements to the
handle. Just lay a tape measure
alongside the handle, and use a
black marker to note common
spacing, like feet and inches.
Then, when you put in plants,
you can check quickly whether
they are spaced correctly. Very
handy!” -- P.E. in Arkansas
• “Garden tool storage doesn’t
have to be hard. Fill a wide
mouth bucket with clean sand.
Add a half quart or motor oil
and stir. Then use the sand to
clean and store your garden
tools like shovels, rakes or
hoes. The sand/oil mixture
helps clean the metal surfaces,
and the heaviness of the con-
tainer lets you stick them in the
sand without fear of everything
falling down, like it would if
you leaned them along a wall.”
-- E. in North Carolina
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HERE’S A
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By JoAnn Derson
April 9, 2014 The WORLD page 39
ANN
CUMMINGS
272-0944
STEPHEN
BOUSQUET
793-9951
TIM HENEY
229-0345
FRED
VAN BUSKIRK
505-8035
CHARLIE CLARK
229-0345
MICHELLE
MORAN GOSSELIN
249-9002
CAROLELLISON
249-7435
MAURICE (MOE)
FORTIER
249-7628
BRENDAN
COYNE
245-4369
HREALTORS
eney
HeneyRealtors.com
81 Main Street
Montpelier
229-0345
135 Washington Street
Barre
476-6500
Just listed in the Trow Hill area of
Barre Town! Lovingly restored
farmhouse with an attached
two-car garage with studio above.
Features include a large eat-in
kitchen, dining room overlooking
sunroom addition, wide pine floors
and a fireplaced living room. This
four bedroom, two bath home has
many updates- rewired from top
to bottom, solar powered storage,
lots of replacement windows,
and updated appliances. On
.80 acre this is a must see home.
Contact Michelle to schedule your
appointment.
$269,000.
A most private Berlin location only
4.5 miles to downtown Montpelier
with soaring mountain views,
33.3 acres with terraced grounds
and a big covered front porch. 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 first floor as well as a full
bathroom and laundry. A spacious
second floor master suite includes a
separate den/sitting area and a tiled
bathroom. Outbuildings include a
full shop and carport, garden shed,
and shed/barn.
$328,000.
One of the most convenient
neighborhoods to all services in
Barre City! Walk everywhere! This
well maintained owner occupied
two family property benefits from a
long term tenant in the second unit.
Unit 2 is owner occupied, rent is
estimated. Original details remain
with some updates completed over
the years. Large light filled rooms
and one with classic French doors.
Exceptional detached barn for
garaging of two cars and ample
storage. Private backyard. A super
opportunity and well worth your
consideration. Contact Steve.
$149,900.
Just Listed on Pinewood Road in
Montpelier, sited on a wonderful .63
acre lot on a quiet cul-de-sac and
backing up to woodland. Built in
1957 with nice solid construction,
many rooms with hardwood floors.
The kitchen is original and has lots
of cabinets. The adjacent dining
room has a built-in china cabinet
and the large living room has big
windows and a fireplace framed
with bookshelves. Four bedrooms
are on the main level. The walk-out
lower level includes a mudroom,
game room with built-ins, a half
bath, laundry area plus a one car
garage.
$259,900.
In Northfield village this well
cared for three bedroom home has
natural woodwork and hardwood
flooring, many updated windows
and systems. The main floor has a
formal dining room with built-in
china cupboard and an attached
four room apartment which can be
used as part of the residence, as an
in-law or rental apartment to help
with expenses. A giant garage with
three doors will accommodate at
least six vehicles. Let us show you
the possibilities that await you here.
$180,000.
Just Listed! This Barre home was
a duplex at one time and turned
into a single family. Could be an
excellent opportunity for combined
living quarters. Depending how
you set up, it could have 3-4
bedrooms and 2 baths. Right side
needs to be finished and has a pellet
stove and washer, dryer hookups.
Some updates include wiring,
furnace and hot water heater.
Good parking, side yard and large
shed on property. Call Michelle to
see this home.
$69,900.
HREALTORS
eney
HREALTORS
eney
Front winter
Just listed in the Trow Hill area of Barre Town! Lovingly restored farmhouse
with an attached two-car garage with studio above. Features include a
large eat-in kitchen, dining room overlooking sunroom addition, wide pine
floors and a fireplaced living room. This four bedroom, two bath home has
many updates- rewired from top to bottom, solar powered storage, lots of
replacement windows, and updated appliances. On .80 acre this is a must see
home. Contact Michelle to schedule your appointment.
$269,000.
0020
Just Listed on Pinewood Road in Montpelier, sited on a wonderful .63 acre
lot on a quiet cul-de-sac and backing up to woodland. Built in 1957 with nice
solid construction, many rooms with hardwood floors. The kitchen is original
and has lots of cabinets. The adjacent dining room has a built-in china
cabinet and the large living room has big windows and a fireplace framed
with bookshelves. Four bedrooms are on the main level. The walk-out lower
level includes a mudroom, game room with built-ins, a half bath, laundry
area plus a one car garage.
$259,900.
42420011
In Northfield village this well cared for three bedroom home has natural
woodwork and hardwood flooring, many updated windows and systems. The
main floor has a formal dining room with built-in china cupboard and an
attached four room apartment which can be used as part of the residence,
as an in-law or rental apartment to help with expenses. A giant garage with
three doors will accommodate at least six vehicles. Let us show you the
possibilities that await you here.
$180,000.
43427451
A most private Berlin location only 4.5 miles to
downtown Montpelier with soaring mountain
views, 33.3 acres with terraced grounds and
a big covered front porch. 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 first floor as well as a full
bathroom and laundry. A spacious second floor
master suite includes a separate den/sitting area
and a tiled bathroom. Outbuildings include a
full shop and carport, garden shed, a shed/barn
and even a chicken coop.
$328,000.
0435
One of the most convenient neighborhoods to
all services in Barre City! Walk everywhere!
This well maintained owner occupied two family
property benefits from a long term tenant in
the second unit. Unit 2 is owner occupied, rent
is estimated. Original details remain with some
updates completed over the years. Large light
filled rooms and one with classic French doors.
Exceptional detached barn for garaging of
two cars and ample storage. Private backyard.
A super opportunity and well worth your
consideration. Contact Steve.
$149,900.
1
Just Listed! This Barre home was a duplex at
one time and turned into a single family. Could
be an excellent opportunity for combined living
quarters. Depending how you set up, it could
have 3-4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Right side needs
to be finished and has a pellet stove and washer,
dryer hookups. Some updates include wiring,
furnace and hot water heater. Good parking, side
yard and large shed on property. Call Michelle
to see this home.
$69,900.
March Was Severely Cold and Record
Setting…
Using data at the E.F. Knapp Airport, It was the COLDEST MARCH
ON RECORD! Data from the E.F. Knapp airport goes back to 1948 which
is a smaller sample than many station for sure, that said it was significantly
cold at 10.9 degrees below normal. The previously coldest mach was in
1960. The other statistics show 12 days last month reaching below zero
which ranked first with the previous record at 9 which occurred in 1948.
The North central Vermont area did endure its second coldest January
through March winter on record with an average of 15.7 degrees.
In Burlington where statistics go back to 1892 March was the 4th
coldest on record and it was the 32nd coldest January through March
period on record.
Atop Mount Mansfield, it was also the coldest March of record. There
were 15 days at or below zero, and the third coldest January through
March on record. Yes we have endured a terribly cold period and the
transition toward spring will feel even better than usual.
Last Week’s Weather…
Going from our extreme March cold into April last week, it seemed as
if spring had sprung with a high of 51 degrees back last Wednesday at the
E.F. Knapp airport. Temperatures managed a peak 60 degree reading in
Brattleboro.
The range as usual this time of year is mighty. An overnight low
occurred near the Canadian border town of Averill of just 7 above.
A rain/sleet and freezing rain combo struck Friday night along with
some winds the combined effects caused some localized power outages.
Most of last week was fair and sunshine mixed with clouds most days
masking the appearance of spring all the more enjoyable. Sugaring
conditions for Maple trees to start daily sap runs was also common
helping to extend the sugaring season into April.
Vermont Weather Extremes last week
Highest temperature: 60 degrees in Brattleboro last Wednesday the
2nd
Lowest temperature: 7 above in Averill Friday morning the 4th
Heaviest melted precipitation: 0.54 Sutton ending Saturday morning
the 5th
Biggest Snowfall: 0.6” at Greensboro ending Sat. morning the 4th
Most Snow depth: 84” atop Mount Mansfield Thursday afternoon the
3rd
Global Temperature Facts For Last Week
Last week’s hottest temperature on planet earth was 109 degrees F
Sennar (Sudan)
Last week’s cold spot was minus 97 degrees University Wi Id 8904
(Antarctica)
Maximum 24 hour Global Precipitation
6.38 inches (flooding) Ceres Aerodrome (Argentina)
Atmospheric CO2…
The latest CO2 measurement ending April 5th was 400.55 parts per
million. One year ago the reading was 398.17 parts per million for a one
year change of upward by 2.33 ppm.
Spring green-up has started and was now pulling carbon out of the
atmosphere into the ground. Thus, we have fallen back below 400.00
parts per million. This is known as a “carbon sink. A ” Stable or non
warming climate is approximately at or below 350 parts per million.
Severe Smog not only in China now Britain…
Parts of England were blanketed with record high levels of choking
smog, which was worsened by a plume of dust that blew into the country
from the Sahara Desert. Many motorists awoke to find their vehicles
coated with the red dust.
Smog reached the top of the official 10-point scale of air pollution in
Norfolk, the East Midlands and Yorkshire of England.
Greater London suffered with smog that reached level 7. People with
heart or respiratory conditions were urged to avoid exertion and remain
indoors and to see their doctors if symptoms worsened.
The environment department said the smog was caused by pollution
from Britain and industrialized areas of neighboring Europe that stayed in
place because of light winds, along with the Sahara dust.
Smoke Smell earlier this week in New York
City…
Many New Yorkers awoke to a lingering smell of smoke that had
blown north from a brush fire about 100 miles away in New Jersey’s
Wharton State Forest Monday morning, the Office of Emergency
Management said. “Due to a brush fire in the Wharton State Park in New
Jersey, residents in Staten Island & Brooklyn may smell smoke,” the
OEM tweeted about 1:45 a.m.
But residents smelled the smoke in Queens and Manhattan as well.
“[It] smells incredibly strong in #astoria to be in southern Jersey! Wow,”
tweeted Danielle Rodino. About 30 acres of the park ignited Sunday night
and sent a plume of smoke into the sky that could be seen from miles
around, according to NBC, which added that the flames haven’t injured
anyone or burnt any buildings.
The park is the largest contained green space within the New Jersey
State Park System with 122,880 acres, according to the park’s website.
The park is also home to various species of animal including bald eagles,
ospreys, beaver and otter, the site said.
This is a sign of spring after snow melt when the land dries out and
forest fire danger goes up – dramatically. These conditions are very likely
the end of April here in the Green Mountain state.
Weather Trends Ahead…
With a saturated snowpack still very extensive across the region, low
lying areas will become a frequent concern for the normal spring
flooding, exacerbated by some river ice still in place with a possibility of
ice jams and warm rains.
With normal highs near 50 now, this will be the marker to see how
many days we can get above the 50 degrees mark. We have seen
conditions return to near seasonal normal’s, but very little above normal
temperatures so far just yet.
Temperatures today – Wednesday will be below normal by few
degrees, but I have better news. Friday should see temperatures make run
back into the mid 50s but a cold front may take edge of this. Though this
weekend will be another mixed bag, temperatures on Sunday could head
for the low 60s in northern Vermont and low 70s in southern Vermont.
Looking beyond this weekend, a wet period was emerging Tuesday
and Wednesday. As crazy as it may sound, rain is actually good for mud
season, as it delivers water to the frozen slab of ground that keep the top
road material extraordinary wet. When you melt that underneath portion
of the ground, the water drains much better and we head through Mud
season faster. Occasional rain storms might be just what the doctor
ordered as we should slowly lose the snow pack.
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