VSAC scholarship Feb. 16 deadline is nearing

The Vermont Student Assistance Corp. reminds high school seniors and returning college students to apply now for any of the 126 scholarships administered by VSAC. Scholarships – like grants – are financial aid that you do not need to pay back. Scholarships are offered by many different groups, organizations, and even individuals for a variety… Read More »

Kudos

Megan Brown of Hinesburg was named to the fall 2017 dean’s list at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, N.H. Quincy Chandler of Shelburne was named to the fall 2017 dean’s list at the State University of New York at Potsdam in Potsdam, N.Y. Alexandra Hameline of Shelburne was named to the fall 2017 dean’s list… Read More »

Far Post Soccer Club and its youth players

Far Post Soccer Club and its youth players

Former U.S. Women’s Soccer team member Kristine Lilly visited Vermont recently and spent time with the Far Post Soccer Club and its youth players. Lilly worked last Saturday with local players at their indoor training center at the Champlain Valley Expo.

Winter Knights Swim Meet at St. Michael’s College

Winter Knights Swim Meet at St. Michael’s College

Green Mountain Aquatics swimmer Erik Linseisen of Shelburne swam 12 individual events and one relay at the recent three-day Winter Knights Swim Meet at St. Michael’s College. Green Mountain was one of nine Vermont teams that took part in the event featuring more than 300 youth swimmers ages 7-18. Erik posted four first-place finishes including… Read More »

More summer concerts ahead

More summer concerts ahead

Tickets go on sale Friday for two more summer concerts in the Ben & Jerry’s Concerts on the Green series at Shelburne Museum, Higher Ground Music announced this week. Indie folk rock band Fleet Foxes will play May 26, and former Talking Heads front man David Byrne, accompanied by a 12-piece band, takes the outside… Read More »

‘Don’t Forget I Love You’ — Rose Gallagher

As a graduate of Shelburne Community School and Champlain Valley Union High School, I am grateful for the special community I call home. I now live in Boston and have begun a career as a registered nurse. I’m currently working on a project that is incredibly important to me, and appreciate greatly the opportunity to… Read More »

Disappointed with Shelburne News report — Elise Dietrich Seraus

I was disappointed at the clear bias of the recent article about the selectboard’s vote to appeal Judge Sessions’ ruling pertaining to the hazmat ordinance. The article was full of pointed inaccuracies: Brian Shupe, executive director of the Vermont Natural Resources Council, the organization which stepped forward with funding for the appeal is NOT a… Read More »