Former Director of NSA visits Vermont Commons School

Former Director of NSA visits Vermont Commons School

As part of a featured guest speaker series, Vermont Commons School (VCS) welcomed General Keith Alexander, who recently retired as the 16th director of the National Security Agency (NSA), on Friday, May 9. Film and speaker presentations at VCS are designed to engage students in topical discussions and to think critically. In the last few… Read More »

SCS third graders bake bread for fifth year

SCS third graders bake bread for fifth year

Shelburne Community School (SCS) third graders spent most of the day baking bread on Wednesday, May 14 thanks to a partnership between Shelburne Farms and the school’s Vermont Food Education Every Day (FEED) program organized by Erica Frey-Delatortas. As is the five-year tradition, Shelburne Farms staff, including Megan Browning, Christie Nold, Jed Norris, and Liz… Read More »

Wake Robin residents quilt for a cause

Last month residents of Wake Robin, Vermont’s first Continuing Care Retirement Community, presented Hattie Johnson, director of development at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta in South Hero, with 10 handmade quilts. Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, founded in 1984, provides traditional summer camp activities and life-changing experiences tuition-free for Vermont and northern New York youths ages 7-17 that have or have… Read More »

Local CPAs awarded CGMA designations

Heather L. Angolano, CPA and David H. Angolano, CPA of Angolano & Company CPA PC in Shelburne have been awarded the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation from the American Institute of CPAs and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. The CGMA designation recognizes professionals who have deep understanding of finance and have expanded their… Read More »

Rayne Supple named baseball’s Gatorade POY

Rayne Supple named baseball’s Gatorade POY

Shelburne’s Rayne Supple was named Vermont’s baseball Player Of the Year by Gatorade, a first for the Champlain Valley Union (CVU) baseball program. A CVU junior, the 6-foot-2 right-handed pitcher and shortstop is one of a few to have won the award as an underclassman. At the time of his selection Supple had a 4-1… Read More »

Team registration open for Dragon Boat Festival

Team registration open for Dragon Boat Festival

Get ready for sun and fun this summer! Community Team registration is now open for the 9th annual Lake Champlain Dragon Boat Festival and Races, Sunday, Aug. 3 at Burlington’s Waterfront Park. Now is the time for businesses and community organizations to join together and form a team. There are only 64 team slots available,… Read More »

Twin State Basketball teams selected

Champlain Valley’s Lucas Aube was named to the Vermont boys squad for the 32nd annual Twin State Basketball Classic while the girls roster includes Champlain Valley’s Amanda Beatty, Amanda Lougee, Emily Kinneston, and Kaelyn Kohlasch. The yearly all-star clash, featuring top recent high school graduates from Vermont and New Hampshire, is slated to be a… Read More »

Redhawks Recap: May 29, 2014

Redhawks Recap: May 29, 2014

By Sheri Duff Joseph wins individual state tennis title CVU doubles team loses in finale Kathy Joseph, a Champlain Valley Union High School sophomore, grabbed the Vermont individual state title Saturday, May 24 in Berlin. Joseph avenged her last year’s title loss to St. Johnsbury’s Ayame Yazawa by defeating her 6-1, 6-2 in Saturday’s finale.… Read More »

A celebration of life

A celebration of the life of John Hollenbach will take place on Sunday, June 1 at 11am at the Shelburne Town Hall in Shelburne. All who knew John are invited to come.