Walk for Wishes: A family affair

By Sadie Williams The annual Walk for Wishes will be held on Sunday, Sept. 14 at the Shelburne Museum. The donations made to the Walk for Wishes support the wish-giving program that is at the center of Make-A-Wish Vermont. This is the eleventh walk, and with the museum as the new venue, it’s sure to… Read More »

By Phyl Newbeck Starting this weekend, carnivores of Chittenden County will have a new place to fulfill their craving for Vermont-raised meat. Green Pasture Meats of New Haven will be moving next door to the Bearded Frog, selling pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, and other products. Green Pasture Meats owner Mark Smith, a Shelburne resident, has… Read More »

SHS marks 50th anniversary with summer celebration

SHS marks 50th anniversary with summer celebration

June 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the last graduating class of Shelburne High School (SHS). To celebrate the occasion, the Class of 1964 is organizing an all classes SHS reunion on July 18 and 19. All former SHS students, their grade school classmates, families, friends, and teachers are encouraged to attend. On Friday, July… Read More »

Shelburne’s Aronsson captures first win

Molly Aronsson of Shelburne shot a final-round even-par 72 to capture the 2014 Island Resort Championship on Sunday at Sweetgrass Golf Club. She finished at 1-under for the three-day tournament, one stroke in front of her college teammate at the University of Washington, Sadena Parks. Aronsson becomes the ninth first-time winner on the Symetra Tour… Read More »

CVU born band Dionysia goes national

CVU born band Dionysia goes national

by Sadie Williams It’s not often that a high school band sticks together post-graduation, especially when its members attend colleges in three different states. However that’s just what happened for four incredibly talented boys from Champlain Valley Union (CVU).   What began as a series of extended jam sessions between drummer Alex Meyers of Shelburne and… Read More »

When Val talks, Shelburne listens

Longtime Food Shelf Director Val Martel placed a call to the Shelburne News a week ago with a plea to townspeople for funds to help residents in need this summer. “I just got off the phone with a social worker that is working with three Shelburne families,” Martel explained. “Unfortunately the need is for cash,… Read More »

Big comeback gains lacrosse title for CVU

Big comeback gains lacrosse title for CVU

By Mal Boright A 6-1 deficit against a solid (15-3) second-seeded South Burlington High boys’ lacrosse team in the championship contest might not be a Mount Everest sized task, but nevertheless presents a whopper of a challenge. Playing for the Division 1 Vermont Interscholastic Championship at Castleton State College’s Spartan Stadium Saturday, coach Dave Trevithick… Read More »

SCS Class of 2014 looks toward the future

SCS Class of 2014 looks toward the future

The Shelburne Community School (SCS) eighth graders set a course for their future at a graduation ceremony held Thursday, June 13, 2014. To begin the evening, Co-Principal Allan Miller welcomed the audience, after which the 85 soon-to-be graduates entered the gym as the SCS Wind Ensemble performed the processional. Eighth grader Zachary Loiter led everyone… Read More »