Hinesburg Nursery School hosts Waffle Breakfast this Saturday, silent auction, sleigh rides, and more featured at annual event

Hinesburg Nursery School hosts Waffle Breakfast this Saturday, silent auction, sleigh rides, and more featured at annual event

Plan to attend the Hinesburg Nursery School’s 17th Annual Waffle Breakfast and Silent Auction on Saturday, Feb. 7 from 8am-11am in the Hinesburg Community School cafeteria. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy a hearty breakfast of waffles complete with Vermont maple syrup, strawberries, and whipped cream, served with sides of bacon, bagels, fruit, and more. After… Read More »

CCS students, staff undergo TB testing

Vermont Health Department officials tested 140 students and staff members for tuberculosis (TB) at a special clinic at the Charlotte Central School (CCS) on Monday, Jan. 26 after an employee at the school was diagnosed with an active case of the disease. A letter from the health department and school was sent home to parents… Read More »

Vermont’s 50-Plus & Baby Boomer EXPO celebrates 20th year, Jan. 31, 9am-4pm, Sheraton-Hotel & Conference Center

Vermont’s 50-Plus & Baby Boomer EXPO celebrates 20th year, Jan. 31, 9am-4pm, Sheraton-Hotel & Conference Center

By Sheri Duff It could be said that Vermont Maturity Magazine publishers Marianne and Paul Apfelbaum were ahead of their time. Two decades ago, the then 20-something-year-olds not only established a magazine for those 50 and older; they also created Vermont’s 50-Plus EXPO. “[Paul and I] got the idea 21 years ago after attending a… Read More »

Fire & Ice Ball recognizes CVFRS volunteers

Fire & Ice Ball recognizes CVFRS volunteers

By Sheri Duff Last Saturday’s Fire & Ice Ball, the fundraiser hosted by Charlotte Volunteer Fire & Rescue Services (CVFRS), saw officers and rescue crews publically celebrated for their invaluable service to the community. CVFRS and 100 other attendees enjoyed the new venue and delicious bites catered by Charlotte’s own Little Garden Market. Charlotte Rescue… Read More »

New photography exhibit opens at the Shelburne Museum

New photography exhibit opens at the Shelburne Museum

By Sadie Williams In his nearly two decade tenure on the photographic staff of National Geographic, Nathan Benn captured images that define American society as we may never see it again. One of his first assignments for the prestigious publication was to photograph Vermont. A number of prints from that endeavor, as well as selections… Read More »

Tuberculosis at Charlotte Central School

The Citizen received the following letter early this morning regarding an case of tuberculosis (TB) in a Charlotte Central School employee. The letter originated from the Vermont Department of Health. January 21, 2015 TO:                  All Parents and Guardians FROM:             Vermont Department of Health & Charlotte Central School The Vermont Department of Health and Charlotte Central… Read More »

CCS Co-Principal Audrey Boutaugh steps down

CCS Co-Principal Audrey Boutaugh steps down

By Chea Waters Evans After publication of this article, The Citizen editorial staff received word that The Charlotte Central School Board has planned a special meeting to discuss administrative structure on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 6pm at the school. Residents are encouraged to attend. News came from Charlotte Central School (CCS) last Friday, Jan. 9… Read More »

Benefit concert raises over 15K for Hinesburg recreational area

Benefit concert raises over 15K for Hinesburg recreational area

Hinesburg’s Bissonette Recreation Area received a $15,300 boost from the Quadra benefit concert held Friday night, Jan. 9 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte. Bissonette Recreational Area fundraising organizer Tom Ayer offered special thanks to Lantman’s Market, Jiffy Mart, and Green Mountain Concert Services for donations and assistance respectively. Kudos to Papa Nicks, Good Time… Read More »

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