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"Multipurpose" Campus Room Renamed for Former LSC President
The Vermont State College's Board of Trustees approved Lyndon State College President Joe Bertolino's request to rename the multipurpose room in the Academic and Student Activity Center on the LSC campus. The room commonly referred to as ASAC 100 will be named The Carol A. and Thomas E. Moore Community Room. The dedication and ribbon cutting will be April 15 at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Purple Up! Support Military Children
Purple Up! Support Military Children (and their families!)
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Littleton Rotary
Rounding out "Rotary Literacy Month", the Littleton Rotary Club welcomed author and niche publisher Mike Dickerman to its March 26 meeting. Dickerman's publishing and distribution company, Bondcliff Books, specializes in titles related to the mountains of New Hampshire and northern New England. While many readers still believe that books should be printed and occupy shelf space; "to have and to hold," increasing numbers are turning to e-readers and the Internet. He noted that traditional books are not going to disappear, but businesses must adapt to survive. Dickerman's popular hiking column, "The Beaten Path," has appeared regularly in newspapers across the Granite State for more than 27 years. He served as co-editor of both the award-winning anthology, Beyond the Notches: Stories of Place in New Hampshire's North Country, and the 29th edition of the AMC White Mountain Guide.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Local Girl Scout Troops Celebrates Transition From Brownie To Juniors
On March 15, Girls Scout Troop #30-144 held a flying up and investiture ceremony to celebrate the transition from Brownie to Juniors and welcome new members to the Girl Scouts. From left are Skylynn Mitchell, Olivia George, Lauren Girouard and Jasmine Mooney.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Neighborly Notes
Athenaeum offering 'Ready For School' family workshops
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Easter Week Services
April 12
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

St. Johnsbury Rotary Club holds Super Bingo on Sunday
MAKING THE RIGHT PICK -- The St. Johnsbury Rotary Club held it's bi-annual Super Bingo fundraiser on Sunday, April 6. Above, Rotarians Patricia Anderson, Ed Zuccaro and Katheryn Laferriere sell rip tickets to customers during a break from the Bingo games. Proceeds from the bi-annual event go toward various charitable projects, including First Night, Northeast Kingdom Youth Services, Red Cross Blood Drives, Meals on Wheels, Shared Heat, Santa Fund, Literacy and education projects, and monetary awards to graduating high school seniors.
Monday, April 7, 2014

Littleton Senior Center Celebrates April Fool's Day
The Littleton Area Senior Center celebrates April Fool's Day with a stand-up joke contest. Ron Simons and Carol-Ann Blake, pictured, tied for first prize.
Thursday, April 3, 2014

Area Agency On Aging Celebrates New Newport Office
Good food, beautiful surroundings and excellent conversations describe the March 24 Area Agency on Aging Open House celebrating their new Newport office space at Derby Time Square directly over Green Mountain Electric. The board of directors, advisory council members and staff welcomed community members and partners with food, drink and a tour as well as providing information describing agency services.
Thursday, April 3, 2014

Heartbeet Lifesharing At CCCC
Craftsbury Community Care Center residents look on with curiosity and delight as Heartbeet Lifesharing friends and staff recently demonstrate the craft of felt art.
Thursday, April 3, 2014

Seniors Information Source
As the baby boomers continue to enter retirement in record numbers--a group that includes my own parents--more and more of us will face the question of how to handle their changing health needs. However, many of us will also face an even more urgent request from our parents themselves: "Please don't put me in a nursing home." The problem is this: when mom and dad start to need more daily care, it can put pressure on family caregivers and strain on relationships.
Thursday, April 3, 2014

Benjamin Baldi Born
Greg and Torrey Smith Baldi of Macomb, Illinois announce the birth of their son John Benjamin on January 5, 2014. Benji joins brother Tucker (age 6) and sister Taylor (age 5). Maternal grandparents are Mark Smith and the late Karen Smith; paternal grandmother is Jill Baldi of Tucson, Arizona.
Thursday, April 3, 2014

Senior Meals For Week
Thursday: Ham, corn chowder, carrots, pumpkin bars. Tuesday: Turkey, potatoes, stuffing, roasted roots, baked apples. For reservations, call 525-4400.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

John Goodrich, General Manager of WEIDMANN, is guest speaker at St. Johnsbury Rotary
John Goodrich, head of operations at Weidmann Electrical Technology in St. Johnsbury, spoke to St. Johnsbury Rotarians about the history of the company during the club's weekly meeting March 17. The concept of the company was established in 1877 by Heinrich Weidmann in Switzerland. H. WEIDMANN AG was incorporated in 1914. EHV-Industries Inc. in St. Johnsbury (EHV stands for Extra High Voltage) joined the WEIDMANN organization in 1971 and became the hub of North American fabrication of transformerboard and insulation components. The company now has plants in Europe, Africa and in the Americas. The St. Johnsbury plant is near completion of a BM2 upgrade (a $40 million investment). Goodrich also showed examples of how the insulation products are used.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Put A Little 'Spring' In Your Step At The 21st Ammonoosuc Amble
LITTLETON, N.H. -- The running of the Ammonoosuc Amble is a sure sign that spring is on its way. The Ammonoosuc Amble, a 5-mile walk/run, is being held on Saturday at Profile School in Bethlehem. This event is well known for being a fun, family-friendly event. This year's race is being dedicated to the memory of Charles F. Thibodeau, Ammonoosuc Community Health Services' board president, who passed away unexpectedly in November 2013.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Danville Troop Eagle Scouts Honored At Statehouse
Adam Aremburg, Brett Elliott, and John Nally of Danville Troop 888 attended Eagle Scout Recognition Day at the State House in Montpelier on March 14.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Local Student Johna Saltsman To Be Featured On VPR
Johna Saltsman, a senior from North Country Union High School in Newport, is being featured this week on Vermont Public Radio's Student Composer Showcase series. Saltsman was interviewed by VPR Classical host Kari Anderson, and the segment includes a performance of her recent composition, "Jazzy Quintet." This work was premiered by the Vermont Symphony Orchestra's Brass Quintet during a five-concert holiday tour in December. The recording aired on VPR was taped at the VSO's Brass Quintet/Counterpoint at the Brandon Congregational Church on Dec. 23; the tour also included a performance at Jay Peak Resort on Dec. 20.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Neighborly Notes
Athenaeum offering opportunities for teens
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Barton Senior Center Certificates Of Completion
A recent gathering on Feb. 25, at the Barton Senior Center saw six more people receive Certificates of Completion for taking the Vermont Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Assessment. Vermont SMP is part of a national program funded by the US Administration on Aging, to educate and encourage Medicare beneficiaries to be active partners in their health care decisions and keep their information safe from fraud and exploitation. The SMP activities in the Northeast Kingdom are sponsored by the Community of Vermont Elders (COVE), VT SMP and The Area Agency on Aging for Northeastern VT. The certificates are awarded after completion of SMP Foundations training on Medicare. Those receiving certificates were Bernice McCarty, Wendy Hilliard, These Stone, Abbie Delarosa, Marielle Areal, Jerri Ryan, Patty Beckwith.
Saturday, March 29, 2014

Littleton Rotary
Members of the Littleton Rotary Club pause from their preparations for this year's annual Rotary Auction to serve a tasty meal to 72 guests at the "Dinner Bell" meal on March 4. Two years ago, the Rotary Club joined a coalition of churches, other civic organizations, schools and individual families in sponsoring the free community meal, which is served at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays, September through June, at All Saints Episcopal Church in Littleton. The Rotary Auction, which last year funded $24,000 in scholarships to both high school seniors and non-traditional students, will feature an online auction (www.littletonrotaryauction.com ) from April 28 through May 7, plus a live auction event at the Maplewood Golf Club in Bethlehem on May 9. Area businesses and individuals are asked to consider donating items for inclusion in the auction. Shown here from left are Rotarians Kate Vaughan, Dawn Fountain, Tim Vaughan, Tina Lunderville and Aden Mitz.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014


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