CVU Girls’ volleyball wins third straight

CVU Girls’ volleyball wins third straight

The CVU Girls’ volleyball team won their Coaches vs. Cancer match against VT Commons last night 3-0 (25-11, 25-17 and 25-13). CVU was led by Shannon Loiseau with six service aces as well as Lauren Johnson, Natalie Senior and Shannon Loiseau with three kills each. Natalie Senior also had two Blocks. The team stands at […]

Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k/10k and half marathon

Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k/10k and half marathon

The popular Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k/10k and half marathon is set for Saturday, Sept. 10 at 8am. The run kicks off at Shelburne’s town beach, passes Shelburne Orchards and continues on back roads to the Charlotte town beach and the covered bridge, eventually doubling back on the same route. This is a relatively flat course […]

Sugarbush Polo Fall Classic to take place next weekend

Sugarbush Polo Fall Classic to take place next weekend

Shelburne’s own Sugarbush Polo Club’s Fall Classic benefit game will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 1pm. The field address for the game is 929 Shelburne-Hinesburg Road in Shelburne. The Sugarbush Polo Club, which was founded in 1962, is the oldest polo club in Vermont. The game of polo is an ancient sport that […]

CSSU Buccaneers football players begin season

CSSU Buccaneers football players begin season

By Jill Diemer On Aug. 15, 122 boys (and one rock star girl) descended on Palmer’s Field in Hinesburg to mark the start of the Buccaneers’ Youth Football season. Over the last two weeks, players from 2nd to 8th grade learned about safety, teamwork, play formations, and personal discipline. At the end of their pre-season training, 5/6 […]

Cycling 4 a cause in Charlotte, Hinesburg and Shelburne

Cycling 4 a cause in Charlotte, Hinesburg and Shelburne

Cycle 4 CMT, the annual cycling event to raise money for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease research, will take place this Sunday, Aug. 28th at the Old Lantern in Charlotte. Cycle 4 CMT is organized by Chris Ouellette of Shelburne and his wife Mia, along with their children, Warren and Lila. Ouellette’s 23-year-old nephew Yohan Bouchard is one […]

Keep moving by Jeff Albertson

Keep moving by Jeff Albertson

Swimmer’s shoulder If you’re anything like me, you couldn’t get enough of the Olympics. We had it on at the clinic all day. It’s one of the only times my kids are allowed to watch TV during the week. I love it! With rivalries, drama, and cupping bruises, swimming was especially fun to watch this […]

Fun with fitness

Fun with fitness

Flexibility facts and fallacies by Mike Dee, P.T. Flexibility of our muscles is just that: the ability to adapt to a situation. Regular stretching will train our muscles and tendons to adapt more easily to the demand we put on them when we play a sport, exercise, or perform chores at work and home. What […]

44 marathons and counting

44 marathons and counting

Shelburne resident Suzanne Gruendling completed her 44th marathon in San Francisco on July 31. This was Gruendling’s second time running the San Francisco Marathon. The course starts on the San Francisco Embarcadero waterfront, continues along the waterfront and over the Golden Gate Bridge, back through historic parks and neighborhoods, and past the San Francisco-Oakland Bay […]