Parks and Rec News

Final fall Youth Soccer registration deadline Friday is the last day to sign up for fall soccer. The Shelburne Recreation Soccer league is for students entering grades 1-6 this fall. Any registrations received after Aug. 10 will be placed on a wait list and put on a team only if space allows. Players signed up after Friday… Read More »

Planning Commission seeks input

STAFF REPORT Shelburne’s Planning Commision is working on rewriting the town’s comprehensive plan, and now is the time for input. Since February 2017, the Planning Commission has been working to use text and maps, to establish municipal policies to guide the future growth and development of land, public services, and facilities, and to protect the… Read More »

News from Pierson Library

Pierson Library has moved to the Shelburne Field House on Athletic Drive for the duration of the reconstruction project into 2019. The phone number is still 985-5124; website is Monday Morning Story Time: Patrice leads the Monday Morning Story Time at 10:30. Bring your little ones for wonderful tales read out loud. Wednesday Morning… Read More »

Shelburne High School reunion invites all SHS alumni Saturday

Graduates of the former Shelburne High School will take a trip down memory lane Saturday night at a combined class reunion at Trinity Episcopal Church Hall in Shelburne. Everyone who attended Shelburne Central and Shelburne High School through 1964 is invited from 5-8:30 p.m. Organizers encourage classmates to bring photos, newspaper clips, souvenirs to display… Read More »

Store celebrates pets, supports local animal groups during August

The Tractor Supply Company store in Shelburne will host a variety of animal-focused efforts with its “Out Here with Animals” campaign this month. The retailer will collect new pet supplies and food to donate to local pet rescue and shelter organizations. Customers may contribute new sealed food, toys, cleaning supplies and other essential pet accessories such… Read More »

Veteran officer supports Major for sheriff

To the Editor: My name is George Ellwood, a retired deputy sheriff and a third-generation Vermont law enforcement officer. I received my introduction to police work from my father, the executive director of the Criminal Justice Training Council. He told me the best officers were the people who were your neighbors and members of your… Read More »

Brown is well-qualified to serve as assistant judge in Chittenden County

To the Editor: I would like to recommend Suzanne Brown, Esq. for assistant judge of Chittenden County. She is the only attorney running for that office. Her opinion may be sought in cases involving the establishment of parental rights and responsibilities, parent-child contact, parentage cases, relief from abuse, and in spousal support and financial issues.… Read More »