We are still here: Abenaki art exhibit graces Sanders’ office

We are still here: Abenaki art exhibit graces Sanders’ office

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ office in Washington, D.C., currently hosts an exhibit that speaks to the power of art to affirm, uphold and communicate. The exhibit titled “Askwa n’daoldibna iodali – We are Still Here” features work by well-known artists from three out of the four Vermont recognized tribes. “It is important that Abenaki artistry is… Read More »

Charlotte Covered Bridge 5K/10K and half marathon

Charlotte Covered Bridge 5K/10K and half marathon

It is time for one of Race Vermont’s most popular events, the Charlotte Covered Bridge 5K/10K and Half Marathon, Saturday, Sept. 7, 8 a.m., at 407 Beach Road in Shelburne. The race begins and ends at Shelburne Beach on Lake Champlain. Along the course, participants pass Shelburne Orchard and run along a picturesque dirt road… Read More »

Waldorf hires new head of school

Waldorf hires new head of school

The Lake Champlain Waldorf School of Shelburne announced the hiring of Jas Darland in a newly-created head of school position. Darland will oversee all aspects of the school’s operations, strategic planning and growth. With a a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree from Franklin Pierce College, Darland founded and managed the… Read More »

New regional sales director for LCB Senior Living

Christina Carmody of Colchester has been appointed as regional sales director for LCB Senior Living, LLC, owner and operator of senior living residences throughout New England. In her new position, Carmody will oversee the sales operations of the three LCB communities in Vermont: Residence at Shelburne Bay in Shelburne, The Residence at Otter Creek in… Read More »

Shelburne Farms hires chief financial officer

Jessica Perrault has joined Shelburne Farms as its chief financial officer. Perrault was previously senior vice president of MAC Corner Market LLC, which, until its recent sale, owned five small markets in Richmond, Waterbury, Johnson, Shelburne and Jericho/Underhill. As MAC Corner Market expanded its store holdings, she was responsible for managing accounting, operations, infrastructure development… Read More »

Nicole Mace to depart Vt. School Boards Association

Nicole Mace will be stepping down as the executive director of the Vermont School Boards Association in November 2019 to join a law firm in Burlington, where her practice will focus on general education and special education law. Mace joined the Vermont School Boards Association in 2011 as the director of legal and policy services… Read More »

CVU student wins Red Sox scholarship

Emma Bissonette, a Champlain Valley Union High School student, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Red Sox Foundation. Bissonette plans to attend the University of Rhode Island. The Red Sox introduced the state scholarship program in New Hampshire in 2010; it has since expanded to include Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont, a total… Read More »

Premila Peters joins King Street Center’s board

Premila Peters joins King Street Center’s board

Premila Peters of Shelburne has been elected to a three-year term on the King Street Center board of directors. Peters is president of Data Innovations LLC, responsible for the company’s day-to-day operations; she leads othe development and execution of short-term goals and long-term strategy. “I have witnessed firsthand the positive impact King Street has on… Read More »

Shelburne Police Log

56 traffic violations 49 directed patrols 16 miscellaneous complaints 15 medical calls 5 false fire alarms 5 burglar alarms 3 suspicious activity/vehicle complaints 3 agency assists 2 minor motor vehicle crashes 2 commercial vehicle inspections 1 erratic motorist complant 1 medical alarm 1 child car seat inspection 1 welfare check 1 loose dog July 27… Read More »