The Chinese zodiac designates 2014 as the year of the wooden horse. Since wood is combustible, experts say we should be prepared for conflict, tension, and turmoil. One occurrence that may cause some tension and turmoil during the year is deciding whether or not to accept a defined benefit (DB) pension plan lump sum buy-out… Read More »
A memorial service for Chuck Ambler will be held Friday, May 16 at 7pm at the Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home, 209 Falls Road, Shelburne. Come share a story.
It is with sadness and thanksgiving that we announce the death of Kenneth George Goss, MD, on March 19, 2014. He fought a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease culminating in his death at Shelburne Bay Senior Living, Shelburne. Family will be forever grateful for the compassionate care Kenneth received in its Memory Care Unit. “In… Read More »
Patrick A. Maille passed on May 8, 2014, at his home. He was born in Swanton on Feb. 24, 1936, son of Amedee P. and Dora (Miclette) Maille. Among others, Patrick is survived by his brother, Joseph of Shelburne. He met and married Theresa B. Martin at St. Joseph Church on Sept. 24, 1955. Patrick… Read More »
Call 985-9551 for program and registration information or visit our website, www.shelburnevt.org/departments/40.html. Tech Trends! Curious how you can use (and how our children are using) the current popular websites? Keep up-to-date with technology trends and learn tips for staying safe online with the staff of the Pierson Library! Attend one workshop or all four! Call… Read More »
Bark For Life, an event hosted by the American Cancer Society, will bring dog owners and their pets together in the fight against cancer on Aug. 1. This non-competitive, 1.5-mile walkathon will raise vital funds for the American Cancer Society while celebrating the special bond between people and their dogs. Bark For Life of Chittenden… Read More »
By Lesley Snyder Where there’s BEVS, there’s a doctor. Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists, or BEVS, is Vermont’s only 24/7 emergency veterinary facility, staffed round-the-clock with a doctor, vet techs, and a live voice to answer its 24-hour hotline. In September 2013, the hospital became the site of a rare piece of life-saving equipment repurposed… Read More »
By Sheri Duff Although rain was expected, the weather cooperated on Saturday morning, May 4, as Shelburne Little Leaguers marched through the village, celebrating the official start of baseball and softball season. Approximately 400 players, coaches, and parents led by a fire truck from Shelburne Fire Department along with a CVU Redhawk and UVM’s Rally… Read More »
From left: Youngsters Harper Dunn, Lillian Williams, Dylan Dunn, and Sam Williams help clean up Shelburne village during the Green Mountain State’s 44th annual Green Up Day Saturday, May 3.
French Impressionism and American paintings highlight the new exhibitions opening in the upcoming season at Shelburne Museum, Director Thomas Denenberg announced. Throughout May and June, four new exhibitions will open, including two focused on quilts – a solo exhibition of contemporary textile art and a collection of 19th century star quilts. “The new season’s exhibitions at… Read More »