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Thursday, April 25, 6 p.m., Shelburne Craft School Bunkhouse, 64 Harbor Rd. Join Shelburne Craft School for a potluck and a presentation by Jonathan Silverman, professor emeritus from Saint Michael’s College. He will share a visual journey admiring the rich and inspiring history of Japanese ceramics from 14,000 BC to today. See images of works… Read More »

Trust women know what’s best regarding their health care decisions

Rev. SUSAN COOKE KITTREDGE Cooke Kittredge, a resident of Shelburne, is the Associate Pastor at Charlotte Congregational Church. Op-ed is adapted from her commentary that ran on Vermont Public Radio April 4. People of faith are obliged to wrestle with thorny contemporary problems; it’s in our job description. The issues that affect people in this… Read More »

Mann honored for volunteerism at KidSafe Collaborative Awards

Mann honored for volunteerism at KidSafe Collaborative Awards

Longtime Charlotte resident Dr. Stephen Mann was one of six inspiring individuals recognized at the KidSafe Collabora-tive 30th Annual Outstanding Service Awards luncheon April 4. Held during National Child Abuse Prevention Month, the awards raise awareness and show appreciation to those on the front lines, and behind the scenes, who strength-en the community’s response to… Read More »

Howard Center receives national award for excellence

Howard Center receives national award for excellence

Howard Center has been named the recipient of the National Council for Behavioral Health’s 2019 Excellence in Addic-tions Treatment Award. Selected from 230 nominations from across the country, the award was presented to Howard Center in Nashville, Tenn., during the Awards of Excellence Celebration in conjunction with the National Council Con-ference – NatCon19. The Excellence… Read More »

Local municipalities discuss conservation partnership

MADELINE CLARK Staff Reporter  Good fences make good neighbors, the old adage says. However, in the case of six local municipalities, the very opposite may soon ring true. This winter, South Burlington officials began talking with neighboring towns about a possible multi-community conservation partnership they’re calling the Southwest Chittenden County Conservation Partnership.  Tuesday, April 9, Shelburne trustees listened to… Read More »

Join the Women’s Mentoring Program at Mercy Connections

Mercy Connections is offering a training program for women interested in becoming part of their Vermont Women’s Mentoring Program. It begins April 24 and continues Wednesday evenings, through May 22, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Mercy Connections offices, 255 South Champlain St. Mercy Connections partners with the Vermont Department of Corrections to match trained female… Read More »

Hinesburg Town Forest History Night, April 18

Hinesburg Town Forest History Night, April 18

The Town of Hinesburg hosts a night of storytelling, discussion and education about the Hinesburg Town Forest, an 864-acre municipal forest owned by the town since the 1950s and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The event takes place Thursday, April 18, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Hinesburg Town Hall, 10632… Read More »

Activists walk for five days in name of climate justice

Activists walk for five days in name of climate justice

JOEY WALDINGER Correspondent After walking more than 60 miles over five days, close to 150 environmental activists descended on Montpelier Tuesday, calling on legislators to take more decisive action on environmental issues. Led by the organization 350Vermont, an anti-fossil fuels nonprofit, the Next Steps climate walk began in Middlebury. During their trek to the capital,… Read More »

Raising money for the poor

Raising money for the poor

The 5th Grade PREP (religious education) students from St. Catherine of Siena in Shelburne wish to thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for joining us and contributing so generously to our Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Project Poverty Awareness Campaign Bake Sales at the Parish Hall and Shelburne Market on Sunday, March 31.… Read More »

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