In the Talking Tolerance article that appeared in the March 14 issue, the workshops offered by Patricia Fontaine were co-sponsored by the Pierson Library. Also, the featured quote in the story should have been attributed to Patricia Fontaine. The Citizen regrets the errors.
A story in last week’s issue about Candidates Night at the Charlotte Grange incorrectly reported that Peter Joslin was at the meeting and was asked to head a committee to work on affordable housing. Peter Richardson was the person who was asked to head an affordable housing committee. The Citizen regrets the error.
• In the Feb. 21 edition of The Citizen, the Champlain Valley School District was mistakenly referred to as the Champlain Valley Union School District. The name of the Champlain Valley Union High School has the word “union” in it, not the name of the district. We regret the error. • The Feb. 21 issue… Read More »
In the curling story that appeared in the Feb. 7 editions of Shelburne News and The Citizen, there was an error regarding who buys the drinks after a match. It is the winners who buy the losers the first round after a game.
St. Michael’s students rescue members juggle their volunteer work around their class schedules. That wrongly stated in the Jan. 17 edition.
A CVU girls basketball player was misidentified in the Jan. 17 edition. It was Mekkena Boyd with the ball on last week’s sports page.
Wayne Maceyka is not a member of Responsible Growth Hinesburg. He was quoted in a story on Dec. 6 about a recent meeting that he attended regarding the future of Lot 15 in Commerce Park in Hinesburg.
Justin Bissonette is a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School on the wrestling team. Last week’s CVU Winter Sports Preview incorrectly said he had graduated. He’s won two competitions in his class so far this season.
Jim Donovan is a landscape architect. His profession was stated incorrectly in a Nov. 21 article. The same piece misstated the name of the Melissa and Trevor Mack Trail.
In a story in the Nov. 15 edition of The Citizen, a quotation was incorrectly attributed to Patrick McKee, president and chief executive of Wake Robin. It was Shelburne Police Officer Bob Lake who at an event on Nov. 13 recalled last year’s ricin incident at the retirement community. Lake said: “They Googled ricin and… Read More »