Shelburne Police Log

40 traffic violations 29 directed patrols 15 miscellaneous complaints 6 burglary alarm 10 medical calls no transport April 13 10:29 a.m. Police responded to a medical call at Pine Haven Shores Road on Shelburne Bay. Shelburne Rescue was dispatched. The patient refused transport to the hospital. 11:41 a.m.  Police responded to a medical call on… Read More »

Vermont Day School students receive Youth4Youth grants

Vermont Day School students receive Youth4Youth grants

Josephine Neary, Maddie Rugg, and Milo Dipel, Vermont Day School sixth and seventh graders, have been selected by the Vermont Youth Council to receive Youth4Youth Grants this summer. Josephine and Maddie will receive $924 to help with their dog-a-thon event to benefit a local dog adoption agency. Milo will receive $3,000 to create a rabbit… Read More »

A maple-flavored mixer in Shelburne

Please plan to attend a sweet April tradition, the Shelburne Business and Professional Association Maple Mixer at Palmer’s Sugarhouse, Monday, April 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be a chance to enjoy maple treats and other snacks, while getting to know more Association members, discovering the services they provide to tourism, retail and… Read More »

Why I otter

Why I otter

This fella has been seen twice during the past two weeks near the cul de sac on Pierson Drive. Toni Supple emailed us to say she saw him coming from her neighbor’s driveway across the street. The otter then crossed the road before going into a culvert under her driveway. Supple’s neighbor Tim Jarvis took… Read More »

CVU 2018-19 Semester One Honor Roll: Shelburne

High Honors Kali M. Adams, Lena R. Ashooh, Jack C. Averill, Lindsay Beer, Dominic D. Begue, Matisse M. Begue, Heidi A. Berger, Kyle J. Bergeron, Leah A. Boget, Mia R. Brumsted, Andrew Buley, Aidan S. Bundock, Hazel M. Civalier, Henry A. Crawford, John M. Curley, Sophie G. Dauerman, Emma B. Destito, Ian Dunkley, Solvei Eisenman,… Read More »

Meet Kevin Unrath, Library Director

Meet Kevin Unrath, Library Director

Kevin manages the library daily finances, payroll, staff and scheduling. He also selects materials for the adult collections and coordinates many programs for adults. He works with a stellar board of trustees on long-range planning and a wide range of policies and procedures to make sure the library is serving all Shelburne residents in an… Read More »

Mann honored for volunteerism at KidSafe Collaborative Awards

Mann honored for volunteerism at KidSafe Collaborative Awards

Longtime Charlotte resident Dr. Stephen Mann was one of six inspiring individuals recognized at the KidSafe Collaborative 30th Annual Outstanding Service Awards luncheon April 4. Held during National Child Abuse Prevention Month, the awards raise awareness and show appreciation to those on the front lines, and behind the scenes, who strengthen the community’s response to… Read More »

Be responsible regarding Easter bunnies and chicks

In the weeks following Easter, after all the goodie baskets have been emptied and chocolate rabbits have long since been eaten, thousands of real live bunnies flood into animal shelters across the country. What’s that all about? Amidst all the springtime advertising linking Easter with baby bunnies and chicks, some well-meaning parents give live animals… Read More »

Outdoor writing clinic with Rick Bessette

Saturday, April 27 at 1 p.m.: Writing Clinic with Rick Bessette 18 and over. Join Poet Laureate, Rick Bessette, for a walk in Church Woods at Shelburne Farms. Sit in nature and let the great outdoors spark your creative writing juices. Parking is available at the Welcome Center. The Welcome Center will also be the… Read More »

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