Set building with Roger Howland

Set building with Roger Howland

Two years after the Shelburne Players theater group was formed in 2002, Roger and Betsy Howland saw a need, and found a solution for the budding company. The empty-nesters began the hobby of set building, after all they built their own house. “It’s been 35 years and it’s almost done,” Roger Howland said of his… Read More »

Notable Neighbors: Joe Colangelo

Notable Neighbors: Joe Colangelo

by Sadie Williams While the concept of the gap year has recently become popularized to the extent that it may lose its original virtue (that of self-exploration born of intense struggle, anxiety, and a breaking from previous routines) we should still be thankful for the gap year in that, without it, Town Manager Joe Colangelo… Read More »

Shelburne’s Cyrus Schenck is building skis with non-Newtonian fluids

Shelburne’s Cyrus Schenck is building skis with non-Newtonian fluids

by Sadie Williams It’s hard to feel upbeat about one’s own lackluster life choices when sitting down for coffee with Cyrus Schenck. The 24-year-old Shelburne native and founder of Renoun Ski Company exudes a sense of positivity and intelligence that, while tempered by a roller coaster ride of recent experience, makes it hard to believe… Read More »

Notable Neighbors: Terry Wetmore

Notable Neighbors: Terry Wetmore

by Sadie Williams This spring, Wind Ridge Publishing dusted off a desk for the newest member of its sales team, Terry Wetmore. The Vermont native comes on board as Advertising Director straight off the heels of a position at the Burlington Free Press as Automotive Account Executive, and couldn’t be happier with the opportunities presented… Read More »

Notable Neighbor: Dori Sharp

Notable Neighbor: Dori Sharp

If you’ve ever called the Shelburne News offices, you’ve probably been greeted by the voice of Dori Sharp, a petite brunette with impeccable style. At age 23, some might expect the native Vermonter to still be consumed by the exhaustingly dramatic transition from youth to adulthood so often experienced after graduation. Fortunately, she doesn’t have… Read More »