Kudos

National Society of Collegiate Scholars William Dixon Jonah of Shelburne has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the nation’s only interdisciplinary honors organization for first and second-year college students. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing. Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vt. The following Shelburne residents graduated… Read More »

Parks and Rec News

Call 985-9551 for Program and Registration information or visit www.shelburnevt.org/departments/40.html Free Yoga Classes On The Lake With Yoga Roots: Join us on Sunday mornings from 8-9am surrounded by the beauty of Shelburne Beach. Step on to your mat, smell the fresh air, let the breeze dance on your skin and enjoy the gifts of yoga.… Read More »

Organize entryways with decorative storage

Organize entryways with decorative storage

An entryway is the first impression guests have of your home, yet it can quickly become a chaotic mess. Most entryways serve multiple functions as the receptacle for all things you and your family members shed as they walk through the door, from coats and backpacks to keys and mail. With these simple tips, you… Read More »

Jessie (Dow) Piper – Shelburne

Jessie passed away peacefully on May 14, 2014, at age 91. Jessie was born in Blantyre, Scotland, on May 9, 1923, to Malcolm and Jane Dow. She married her husband, William Piper, on June 19, 1946, in Kilsyth, where they started a family. In 1956, she and her young family immigrated to Detroit, Mich., and… Read More »

Tips for cutting costs on pet care

Regardless of whether you’re a dog, cat, bird or other pet lover, most people can agree that pets are part of the family.  Caring for your pet doesn’t have to cost a fortune with a few helpful tips. With this in mind, the discount experts at Dollar General are offering some helpful advice for saving… Read More »

Pet seat belts save lives

Pet seat belts save lives

By Kim Salerno, President and Founder of TripsWithPets.com Traveling with pets has never been more popular amongst pet parents. Traveling by car is by far the most common mode of pet travel, and dogs are the most frequent travelers. “Want to go for a ride?” is music to a dog’s ears. They go just about… Read More »

News from the Pierson Library

Starting off on your Genealogical Quest: Jump start your family tree research by attending this session for beginners. Pierson Library volunteer John Kelley will be giving you helpful hints and useful tips on how to begin the somewhat daunting task of tracing your roots. Many easily accessible and free resources are available to get you… Read More »

Three-peat hopes dashed in valiant effort

Three-peat hopes dashed in valiant effort

The Redhawks and its 10-game postseason winning streak was dealt a 2-1 Division I semifinal blow by the Green Knights on Tuesday afternoon in Hinesburg. Champlain Valley took the lead in the first inning off an RBI single by Hayden Smith, but Rice came roaring back in the fifth inning with two runs of its… Read More »