Shelburne Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Halloween Parade and activities, Sunday, Oct. 27 It’s time to get your float ready for the Annual Shelburne Halloween Parade presented by Charlotte-Shelburne Rotary. Floats will line up at the Shopping Park at 12:45 p.m. for the 2 p.m. parade. Join us for more fun activities after the parade in the Town Center Gym… Read More »

Shelburne Honor Roll: 2nd Semester 18-19

HIGH HONORS Kali M. Adams, Noah  Allen, Emma L. Anderson, Rory J. Anderson, Lena R. Ashooh, Jack C. Averill, Lindsay  Beer, Dominic D. Begue, Heidi A. Berger, Kyle J. Bergeron, John R. Bingel, Aidan Blasius, Leah A. Boget, Mia R. Brumsted, Andrew  Buley, Hazel M. Civalier, Luna  Cofino, Emma  Comeau, Henry A. Crawford, John M.… Read More »

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COMMUNITY BURLINGTON Steps to End Domestic Violence Annual Candlelight Vigil Oct. 24: An opportunity for those whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence to come together to feel powerful and united. March up Church Street and end at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Burlington, where a panel discussion and speak out will take… Read More »

Jan Demers receives 2019 Con Hogan Award

Jan Demers receives 2019 Con Hogan Award

The Vermont Community Foundation awarded Jan Demers the 2019 Con Hogan Award for Creative, Entrepreneurial Community Leadership. Demers is the executive director of the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO) which serves Addison, Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties. The Con Hogan Award selection committee noted that they chose Demers for her effectiveness in… Read More »

Regulators say permit was required for glass used by CSWD

Regulators say permit was required for glass used by CSWD

ELIZABETH GRIBKOFF VT Digger The Chittenden Solid Waste District should have sought Act 250 approval before putting thousands of cubic yards of crushed glass by their compost area and an old gravel and sand pit, state land use regulators say.  But the district maintains that it was legally using the aggregate, which is too contaminated… Read More »

Therrien claims victory at the 57th Vermont Milk Bowl

Therrien claims victory at the 57th Vermont Milk Bowl

Hinesburg’s Bobby Therrien plants a kiss on Ayris, aka Miss Vermont Milk Bowl 2019, in Victory Lane after winning the 57th edition of the historic event Sept. 29 at Barre’s Thunder Road. The 2017 “King of the Road” bounced back from a heartbreaking runner-up finish in the 2018 edition of the Vermont Milk Bowl by… Read More »

Diaper Bank receives 250,000 diaper donation

The Junior League of Champlain Valley Diaper Bank announced a donation of 255,000 diapers by the National Diaper Bank Network and its founding sponsor, Huggies. “This incredible donation means that more of our friends, neighbors and families will have access to the diapers necessary to keep their babies and toddlers clean, dry, and healthy,” said… Read More »

In Musing: Turn, turn, turn – as autumn falls

CAROLE VASTA FOLLEY As I look out my window and watch September turn into October, there is nary a red leaf in sight. One tree, among hundreds in my view, is burnished into a rusty orange, a bellwether beckoning others to follow, which they will, one by one, until entire woodlots are ablaze. I am… Read More »

A world without suicide

Please join hundreds of us as we walk in unified solidarity to erase the stigma around suicide and mental illness and as we help those in need on Saturday, Oct. 5, at Oakledge Park-Upper Shelter (Flynn Ave.) in Burlington at 8:30 a.m.  In Vermont, there is a suicide every three days, there were 118 deaths last year, it… Read More »

Shelburne Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Halloween Parade and activities Sunday, Oct. 27 It’s time to get your float ready for the annual Shelburne Halloween parade presented by Charlotte-Shelburne Rotary. ​Floats will line up at the Shopping Park at 12:45 p.m. for the 2 p.m. parade. Stay for more fun ​activities after the parade in the Town Center Gym and… Read More »