By Tom O’Leary The top-seeded Champlain Valley Union High School boys lacrosse team continued their dynastic reign as they defeated third-ranked BFA-St. Albans 16-6 for the Division I crown on Saturday. The final matchup came at the University of Vermont’s Virtue Field where the Redhawks (17-1) never trailed the Bobwhites (12-5) en route to their… Read More »
By Rosalyn Graham Do you remember when the IGA store stood at the corner of Route 7 and Harbor Road in Shelburne? It was the center, not just of shopping, but of the community. And as a person who spent lots of time there as a child and teen remembers, you could buy everything from… Read More »
New Library Hours starting July 1 The library will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesdays through Fridays; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays and Saturdays. Stream and download music at the library Coming July 1 the library will begin hosting a new music streaming and downloading service called Freegal. Accessible online (all… Read More »
Kids Summer Reading Program begins June 26 Kick-off party at 1 p.m. Learn how raptors build their habitats in this hand-on session with Vermont Institute of Natural Science. For all ages. Details about all summer reading programs available on our website: charlottepubliclibrary.org. Adult Summer Book Groups are getting started, from serious discussion to hammock reading. Copies… Read More »
Charlotte Central School had a big night on June 7: Middle-level open houses, the Champ Run (above), and the PTO potluck and barbecue brought the school community together for some end-of-the-year fun. School ends Friday!
Hinesburg Recreation Spring/Summer programming and registration is available at hinesburgrec.com. Trail story The Trails Committee and Annette’s Preschool host a StoryWalk at the LaPlatte Headwaters Town Forest from June 24 to July 6. The children’s picture book, “Over in the Meadow” by Ezra Jack Keats will be displayed along the trail leading from the Gilman Road trailhead parking… Read More »
The Lake Champlain Waldorf School in Shelburne held their graduation ceremony on June 9. The class had 16 graduates: Alison Campbell Simonds, Amara Lily Krag), Avery Valleau McLean, Felix Cesar Blanchard (Charlotte), Colin M. Netzel, Cullin A. McGregor, Eliza Lyndon Cadwell, Elliott James Rice, Hannah Sophrina Webster, Lark Griggs Thompson (Charlotte), Leyi Zhang, Lillian Suzanne Espenshade, Malachy Lynwood… Read More »
Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington awarded diplomas to 110 students on June 3 at the school’s 59th commencement. The following Charlotte students graduated: (back row) Alexa Pughe, Andrew Slauterbeck, Daniel Boardman, Moira Brown; (front row) Hana Couture, Mahntra Hennessey, Grace Slauterbeck. Not pictured: graduate Lisa Sulejmani from Hinesburg.
• George Davis, of Charlotte, was named to the dean’s list this spring at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa. Davis is a member of the class of 2021. • Hillary M. DeBono, Dyana Sprayberry and Lisa M. Washburn, all of Hinesburg, are to receive associate degrees from Community College of Vermont at its commencement June 2. •… Read More »
By Jamie Cudney If the village of Shelburne seems noisy on many spring evenings and Saturday mornings, listen closely. It is the cheers from the Shelburne Little League teams playing baseball, and their fans, at the fields behind the Shelburne Town Offices on Route 7. At those fields, the RockHounds (sponsored by Good Times Cafe) formed in… Read More »