Can you help us solve these mysteries?

Can you help us solve these mysteries?

By Rosalyn Graham The Shelburne Historical Society has recently received donations of items that inspire us to turn to the public for help in learning more about these items and their stories. The first item is this remarkable uniform (which is modeled here by a local boy, not by the original owner of the uniform).… Read More »

United Methodist Church prepares for 55th annual July 4 auction, BBQ, white elephant sale

Preparations are underway for the Shelburne United Methodist Church’s July 4 annual Auction, Chicken Barbeque and White Elephant Sale. In its 55th year, this event is a fundraiser for the church with proceeds used for mission outreach projects and other church expenses. Beginning this Saturday, June 24, through Sunday, July 2, the church will be… Read More »

SCHIP awards more than $10,000 to local nonprofits

The Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg Interfaith Project (SCHIP) has announced its summer grant awards. A total of $10,380 was awarded locally to several nonprofits that serve the people of our communities in a variety of ways. Recipients include: Champlain Housing Trust, Hinesburg Community Resource Center Friends of Families, Hinesburg Nursery School, Joint Urban Ministry Project, Lake… Read More »

Lines down, lights out

Lines down, lights out

A tractor-trailer brought down a utility pole at the intersection of U.S. Rt. 7 and Cynosure Drive Tuesday around 1pm, knocking out power to about 1,600 Green Mountain Power customers. GMP spokeswoman Dottie Schnure said service was restored to most of the area in an hour, except for the approximate 20 customers nearest the accident… Read More »

PARKS and REC NEWS

Shelburne Beach is now open for the season. Beach passes can be purchased at the beach. Passes are also available at the Recreation Office during business hours. Please remember to leave your pets at home and to follow the beach rules so everyone can enjoy the beach safely this summer. VRPA Discounted Ticket Program Discounted tickets… Read More »

Planning agenda

AGENDA SHELBURNE PLANNING COMMISSION Thursday, June 22, 7pm Meeting Room 1, Shelburne Town Center, 5420 Shelburne Road 1.CALL TO ORDER (7pm) •(GROUP PHOTOGRAPH IMMEDIATELY PRIOR) 2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA (7:01pm) 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (7:02pm) • June 5, 2017 • June 8, 2017 4. DISCLOSURES RELATING TO ANY POTENTIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST (7:05pm) 5. OPEN… Read More »

News from the Pierson Library

There was a great turnout at the Selectboard meeting on June 13 where the bond issue for a new library, the renovation of the town hall, and roadway improvements were discussed. Thank you for taking the time to express your opinion. Chapter Two The Friends of the Pierson Library have an ongoing book sale in… Read More »

Leaflit — American Sycamore

Leaflit — American Sycamore

Welcome to the first installment of LEAFlit, an occasional column by the Shelburne Tree Advisory Committee about a tree species native to our area. This committee aims to raise public awareness of trees by providing information on how to identify various species. Committee members will be at Saturday’s Shelburne Farmers Market to sign up volunteers… Read More »

Garden Club gets out and about

Garden Club gets out and about

The Shelburne/Charlotte Garden Club visits Horsford’s Nursery to learn about the greenhouses and how they keep the plants healthy, the importance of natural fertilizers versus chemicals, and container plantings. Pictured are Pinky Kalbfleisch, Lois Lynch, Marianne Turner, and Nancy Green.

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