When is it time to make portfolio changes?

When is it time to make portfolio changes?

The kids are back at school and summer vacations are now just fading memories, so it must be autumn. But the seasons don’t just move on the calendar, they also change in your life. And, speaking of changes, you’ll have to make many of them as you move through the years, and that includes changes… Read More »

COVERING the Field: introducing Catherine Cazayoux

COVERING  the Field: introducing Catherine Cazayoux

“Catherine Cazayoux is one of the most dangerous soccer players in the state,” stated second year Champlain Valley Union (CVU) head girls soccer coach Stan Williams. “Her combination of foot skills, toughness, creativity, and soccer IQ make her one of the most complete players I have ever coached. This year, we are playing her in an… Read More »

redhawks recap

redhawks recap

by Sheri Duff Boys soccer team undefeated since first loss Champlain Valley’s Max Brown scored twice to lead the boys soccer team past Spaulding 4-0 on Saturday, Sept. 20. Cooper O’Connell and Elliott Mitchell contributed a goal apiece while Oscar Kelly made one save. On Tuesday the Redhawks settled for a scoreless tie with Burlington… Read More »

Shelburne teen shines at Regional Dairy Show

Shelburne teen shines at Regional Dairy Show

Vermont had a strong showing at the 4-H dairy show at Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Mass., capturing championship awards in every breed competition in conformation as well as in fitting and showmanship. Thirty-four Vermont 4-H’ers competed at the regional show held Sept. 11-14. In the fitting and showmanship contest, several junior and senior… Read More »

Redhawks fall to St. Johnsbury

Redhawks fall to St. Johnsbury

By Michael Regan For football fans that enjoy offense, this was the game for you. Champlain Valley Union (CVU) lost to the high-powered passing attack of St. Johnsbury Academy last Saturday afternoon in a real barn burner. CVU amassed more than 400 yards of offense and 6 touchdowns in a losing effort, lowering their record… Read More »

Buccaneers celebrate tenth season

Buccaneers celebrate tenth season

The Chittenden South Supervisory Union (CSSU) Buccaneers, a youth football program operated for the benefit of the kids in the CSSU school district, celebrate their 10th season with a photo at Palmers Field last week. A total of 121 boys from the towns of Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, Williston, and St. George practice at Palmers Field,… Read More »

CVU students commit to D-1 lacrosse programs

CVU students commit to D-1 lacrosse programs

Friends since grade school, Elliott Mitchell and Hoyt McCuin began playing lacrosse together in the third grade. Over the years the boys became three-sport athletes, also playing soccer and ice hockey. Regardless of their varied interests, over the last six summers the boys have focused on lacrosse, logging more time at lacrosse tournaments and showcases… Read More »

CVU grad named to Carleton College football team

CVU grad named to Carleton College football team

Bennett Cazayoux of Charlotte was named to the Carleton College football team for the 2014 season. He is a graduate of Champlain Valley High School and is currently a first-year student at Carleton. Carleton is coached by Bob Pagel, who is in his second season as head coach and eleventh on the Knights’ football staff.… Read More »

Shelburne photographer exhibits stunning photos of Italy

Shelburne photographer exhibits stunning photos of Italy

Anzi Jacobs of Shelburne will display her photographs at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington in an exhibit entitled “Chasing Italy’s Beauty: A Photographic Portrait.” There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, Oct. 1 from 5-7:30pm. The exhibit will be available for viewing until Oct. 30 during library hours. Previously, Jacobs has worked primarily… Read More »

Cassatt pastels acquisition explained

About two years ago, Shelburne Craft School volunteer and art teacher Barbara Nedd, who had been researching dusty old pastel boxes that have been at the Craft School for years, exclaimed “Look at this!” She held up Nancy Hale’s book “Mary Cassatt,” which outlined that in 1920 Mary Cassatt had presumably given some pastels to… Read More »