Suki Flash: Sharing her love of horses

Suki Flash: Sharing her love of horses

Suki Flash did not grow up with horses but that did not stop her from finding ways to ride. She would search for excuses to visit a friend in Nantucket who had horses and later worked 15 hours a week in order to get an hour-long group lesson. “Loving horses is a mutant gene,” she… Read More »

Nicole Conley, keeping Charlotte active

Nicole Conley, keeping Charlotte active

In June, Nicole Conley was hired to be the Recreation Coordinator for the town of Charlotte. Conley is no stranger to the area having grown up in Hinesburg and she is excited to be working close to home. An avid basketball player who also enjoys running, she is happy to be able to help others… Read More »

Notable Neighbors

Notable Neighbors

Marie Ambusk spent forty years working behind a desk as an accountant, but when she retired from GE Healthcare, the Hinesburg resident followed her passion to the great outdoors as a tree steward. “It was an interesting segue,” she said. “Part of the job I had was maintaining the hierarchy of our financial system, which… Read More »

Joan Furchgott: Fueling the arts

Joan Furchgott: Fueling the arts

Notable Neighbors by Phyl Newbeck Joan Furchgott has been driving from her home in Lincoln to the renovated Queen Anne Victorian on Falls Road for more than twenty-five years, so the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery which she runs with her husband Brad Sourdiffe, has become a home away from home. Back in 1983, Sourdiffe began working… Read More »

Joanne Grogan: Finding her passion on a bike

Joanne Grogan: Finding her passion on a bike

By Phyl Newbeck Joanne Grogan of Hinesburg has always been athletic. She is a runner and whitewater kayaker, and she had bicycled all her life but never raced. All that changed in 2010 when a colleague of her husband suggested she try cyclocross racing. “I never looked back,” Grogan said. She did so well her… Read More »

Kim Frigault: A lifetime of love for dogs

Kim Frigault: A lifetime of love for dogs

When she was eight years old, Kim Frigault walked by what was then called a “dog pound” on her way home from school. Heartbroken at the sight of the dogs stuck behind bars, she freed the animals when she thought nobody was looking. The town constable caught her and took her home where she was… Read More »

Nancy Hazen: Discovering her voice in verse

Nancy Hazen: Discovering her voice in verse

In her professional life Nancy Hazen, now living at the Arbors in Shelburne, was all about words. As a secretary it was her job to help provide language for her supervisors at the University of Vermont and Middlebury College. Late in life, however, Hazen discovered her own voice. After moving to Pillsbury Manor in 2010… Read More »

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