Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Beach passes available The 2019 Season Pass Cost is $25 for first car, $5 per additional car in a household. Seniors ages 60+ are $5 per car for a season pass. Beach passes can also be purchased at the Recreation Office during business hours. See our website for more information about Shelburne Beach. Must be a… Read More »

Dinner donation

Dinner donation

Shelburne’s Girl Scout Troop 30561 cooked a Mexican dinner for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Burlington on June 17. The girls made tacos, salad and ice cream sandwiches for a full house of visitors. Ronald McDonald House is a non-profit organization that provides a place for families to stay away from… Read More »

All-level Karma yoga at All Souls

All-level Karma yoga at All Souls

Yoga Roots and All Souls Interfaith Gathering of Shelburne announce the fourth year of Karma Yoga where Yoga Roots’ instructors lead an all-levels yoga class on select Sundays, 8 to 9 a.m., throughout the summer. Classes are by donation. This year’s proceeds support Common Roots, a South Burlington nonprofit community organization connecting farmers, educators, youth,… Read More »

Remembering Sgt. Willard Magoon: Vermont Army National Guard soldier passes during training

Remembering Sgt. Willard Magoon: Vermont Army National Guard soldier passes during training

MIRANDA JONSWOLD Correspondent The Vermont Army National Guard is mourning the passing of a soldier who died at a New Orleans hospital on Sunday. Sgt. Willard Magoon, 25, died of cardiac complications at Ochsners Medical Center with his family present, the Guard announced in a press release Monday. Magoon served as an allied trade specialist,… Read More »

News from Pierson Library

A universe of stories at the library All of us here at the Pierson would like to extend our thanks to storyteller and musician extraordinaire Inger Dybfest, who’s about to wrap up another wonderful season of musical story time. Thursday mornings are always hopping here at the library, as Inger draws a solid fan base of little… Read More »

Chief Donald Stevens receives honorary degree

Chief Donald Stevens receives honorary degree

Middlebury College honored Donald W. Stevens, Chief of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk-Abenaki Nation, with an honorary degree at their annual commencement ceremony held May 26. “I hope to be an inspiration to young people that hard work is rewarded, and that Abenaki people can be recognized for our contributions to society,” said Stevens.… Read More »

Shelburne Police Log

153 traffic violations 87 directed patrols 35 miscellaneous complaints 39 medical calls with transport 18 medical calls without transport 11 commercial vehicle inspections 10 burglar alarms 10 suspicious person reports 7 welfare checks 6 false fire alarms 6 loose/barking dogs 6 minor vehicle crashes 4 agency assists 4 accidental 911 calls 3 background checks 3… Read More »

Parks & Rec News

Shelburne Beach passes available at Shelburne Beach starting June 17 The 2019 Season Pass Cost is $25 for first car, $5 per additional car in a household. Seniors ages 60+ are $5 per car for a season pass. Beach passes can also be purchased at theRecreation Office during business hours.See our website for more information… Read More »

Torch Run 2019

Torch Run 2019

Shelburne Police Officer Sabrina Boutin takes her turn at the lead with the Special Olympics torch as the Torch Run rolled through Shelburne Saturday, June 8.

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