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DERBY LINEMichaud Manor Residents Enjoy Valentine's Day 'Prom'
Residents of Michaud Manor in Derby Line watched as SkillsUSA students from the North Country Career Center chapter transformed their Dining/Activity Area into a Valentine's Day themed dance hall last week.
Thursday, February 26, 2015

Dear Marci
Dear Marci,
Thursday, February 26, 2015

Race to Beat Amyloid Honors Bill Cunningham
FRANCONIA -- Celebrate Bill Cunningham's birthday by racing in the 8th Annual Race to Beat Amyloid at Cannon Mountain on Saturday, March 7. The race helps to raise money for research and awareness of this rare disease that took the life of the longtime Cannon ski school director. Cunningham passed away in 2007 and would have turned 66 on March 7 this year.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Copper Cannon Camp Gears Up For 43rd Annual Fundraising Auction
BETHLEHEM, N.H. -- Copper Cannon Camp, a tuition-free summer camp for low-income kids, will hold its 43rd annual fundraising auction and gala on Saturday, March 7. The event will take place at the Littleton Elks Lodge, located on Route 302 in Bethlehem. Tickets are available online at www.coppercannon.org or at the door.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Delbert Reed, a member of the Ski Patrol at Q Burke Mountain, is guest speaker of St. Johnsbury Rotary
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE Q BURKE SKI PATROL -- Delbert Reed, a member of the Q Burke Mountain Ski Patrol, provided St. Johnsbury Rotarians with some insight into what his job entails during the club's weekly meeting Feb. 23. Reed is also an EMT with Lyndon Rescue and is a martial arts instructor in Taekwondo. He has been with the mountain's ski patrol since the 1990-91 ski season. The responsibilities of the ski patrol are to take care of the mountain: checking all trails early in the morning before the lifts open, marking trails, and closing trails if need be; sweeping the trails after the lifts are closed; checking what trails are groomed, providing information for the ski report; covering special events; and assisting skiers. There are approximately 30 ski patrol members, eight full-time. Training for new ski patrol members takes place in November before the mountain opens. To become a member, the ski patrol is looking for energetic individuals, who can ski. Having some medical training is also a plus. Reed discussed some of the situations they have had to deal with, including the recent death of a skier a few weeks ago.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Littleton Rotary Seeks Donations For Annual Scholarship Auction
The members of the Littleton Rotary Club are asking local businesses and individuals to donate items to be sold at the club's special 50th Annual Scholarship Auction Event to be held at the Mountain View Grand Hotel in Whitefield on Friday, May 8. The club is also seeking sponsors for the event. Proceeds from the club's annual auctions are applied to fund its scholarship program for local students.
Saturday, February 21, 2015

Old Stone House Museum Receives Cultural Facilities Grant From Vermont Arts Council
BROWNINGTON -- The Orleans County Historical Society is the recipients of a $3,600 Cultural Facilities Grant award from the Vermont Arts Council. This money will pay for packed earthen ramps into the Old Stone House and adjacent new barn, as well as stay-mat walkways around the museum grounds that are wheelchair and walker friendly.
Thursday, February 19, 2015

Littleton Rotary
At Littleton Rotary's Feb. 11 meeting, club members welcomed an update of activities at Camp Mayhew from the organization's Executive Director, Jim Nute. Littleton's support of Mayhew was inspired and led for many decades by Rotarian and Mayhew Trustee Emeritus, Paul McGoldrick. The camp reaches out to 10- and 11-year old New Hampshire boys from low income, single parent families and the program begins with a 25-day summer island challenge on Newfound Lake. The Mayhew experience continues with a unique community outreach feature. Throughout the year, professional staff makes follow-up home and school visits, serving as role models and supporting each boy's effort to make a new start for himself. After the first year, each boy has the chance to return to camp and once again receive visits from his Mayhew community outreach worker during the school year. Nute reflected that during the course of his 20 year association with the camp, the boys have consistently taught him more than he taught them. Rotarian Carl Hilgenberg, left, relates to Nute his experience of sharing lunch with the campers and seeing the self-confidence the program develops.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Lyndonville Rotary
Lyndonville Rotarian Kevin Calkins, right, recognizes fellow club member Tom Barrett as the club's newest Paul Harris Fellow. Rotary Club members become a Paul Harris Fellow when they accumulate $1,000 or more in donations to the Annual Fund, Polio Plus, or another approved Rotary Foundation grant.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Orleans Collectors Fair
Organized by the Old Stone Museum, the Orleans collectors fair had a great turn out last weekend despite the cold. Exhibits included blue glass collections, Victorian buttons, LP's from the 1960s, an assortment of 1930s dolls, vintage brooches and beads, antique books, postcards, copper funnels and even collectible Beanie Bears and antique Vermont-memorabilia. One exhibitor, Mr. Olney, included a portrait of President Coolidge, Senator Aiken's car registration plate and a huge amount of vintage buckles, buttons, bottles and paintings. Also displaying their collections were Courtney Mead of North Troy, whose colorful and fast moving model railway exhibit never fails to attract enthusiasts from from and wide, and Bob Williams of West Burke who displayed his 1870s model steam engine to interested onlookers who were amazed by the intricacy. Food included hot apple cider, donuts and coffee, rich chicken stew, hot dogs and cookies.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Neighborhood Notes
Warm Heart Volleyball tournament
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Neighborhood Notes
An interactive history of logging
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Senior Meals For Week
Thursday: Braised beef, potatoes, green salad, pumpkin pudding. Tuesday: Corn chowder, three bean salad, carrots, mincemeat squares. For reservations, call 525-4400.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

United Way Benefits Orleans County Restorative Justice Center
Through its Goods and Services Program, the Green Mountain United Way recently received the donation of a slightly used computer system with still lots of life left to it. The computer was distributed to a local nonprofit, the Orleans County Restorative Justice Center (OCRJC) in Newport, for use by one of its volunteers.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Take A Taste Of The Kingdom
The Green Mountain Farm-to-School (GMFTS) and Jay Peak Resort will host the 7th annual "Taste of the Kingdom" Benefit Dinner in support of GMFTS on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. in the Foeger Ballroom at Jay Peak Resort.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Maker Mondays At Weeks Library
Recently, the Weeks Memorial Library hosted a six-week program called Maker Mondays. It was a program that tapped into children's creativity and let them explore how things work and how they are made. The children explored and created with different materials.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

St. Johnsbury History & Heritage Center - Remembering John Green
St. Johnsbury History & Heritage Center
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Senior Meals For Week
Thursday: Buffet, various meats, potato, mixed vegetables, birthday cake. For reservations, call 525-4400.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Growing Stronger Exercise Program In East Haven
EAST HAVEN ?? Having difficulty walking? Climbing the front porch steps? Or even carrying groceries?
Thursday, February 12, 2015

Fifth Annual Eli Goss Memorial Ice Fishing Tournament Expecting A Banner Year
This year marks the 5th Annual memorial Ice Fishing Tournament honoring Eli Goss and benefiting Scholarships at both UCA and NCUHS. It will be held Feb. 20-21-22 on Lake Seymour, in Morgan. The tournament begins at 3:33 p.m.on Friday. Participants may register at the Registration Ice Shack, at the Public Beach Fishing access. A $10 donation to the Eli Goss Memorial Scholarship Fund is appreciated for registration. The tournament runs until Sunday at 3:33, when an awards ceremony will be held at the fishing access. A cash prize is awarded to First Place and Jay Peak sponsors prizes for second and third place. A special ELI trophy Bomber hat is also awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd and honorable mention. These hats have become a much sought after prize among local fishermen.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015


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