Covering the Field: Introducing Thomas Robinson

Covering the Field: Introducing Thomas Robinson

by Sheri Duff Thomas Robinson is a wonderful teammate. At least that’s what Rice head boys ice hockey coach Leonard Badeau said when asked about his senior forward. “His positivity, kindness, and humor helped keep the team focused and determined through the long and challenging season.” Born in Seattle, Wash., Robinson and his family relocated… Read More »

HANDS to mouth

HANDS to mouth

By Megan Humphrey, Shelburne Orchards Most of us are lucky enough to have a refrigerator that’s filled with food. Many don’t worry about when we’ll eat again. Sadly, though, hunger exists right here in Vermont for too many. The term “food insecurity” is used when households do not have enough money for food and folks… Read More »

Milestones

Births Shelburne residents April and James Broscius had a baby girl, Lucille Rose Broscius, on Feb. 17, 2015 at the University of Vermont Medical Center. Wedding Kirst-Allen Zachariah Hadley Allen and Hayley Eyler Kirst were married on a spectacular September weekend in Mt. Hood, Oregon.  Hayley is the daughter of Dan and Jane Kirst of… Read More »

Town Meeting in Shelburne March 2 at SCS Voting Tuesday, March 3 at Town Center 7am-7pm

Town Meeting in Shelburne March 2 at SCS Voting Tuesday, March 3 at Town Center 7am-7pm

Town Meeting Shelburne voters will gather on Monday evening, March 2 beginning at 7:30pm in the Shelburne Community School’s (SCS) gymnasium to discuss town and school business, led by Town Moderator Tom Little. First on the meeting agenda is the presentation of the proposed Town Budget by the Selectboard followed by an outline of the… Read More »

The Readers Write

How I voted and why With an $11,200,000 bond on the ballot for vote in March, a clarification of my public objection to it in our school board meeting last October is warranted. My vote was cast after careful consideration of Shelburne Community School (SCS) capital spending needs, priorities, how comparable communities manage their school… Read More »

Shop Shelburne with Sadie

Shop Shelburne with Sadie

by Sadie Williams Shopping for certain people is very difficult. Maybe you’re not really sure if your brother will think wireless headphones are cool, or if your mom will like that book on the history of the Panama Canal. Fortunately, not everyone is that hard to figure out. Dogs and foodies are generally easy to… Read More »

Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club holds holiday potluck

The Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club will meet on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 10am at the Shelburne Methodist Church Fellowship Hall for their annual holiday pot luck luncheon and program. Guest Sam Waterman will speak about cross cultural gardens and their thriving presence in the area. The pot luck luncheon will follow. Please bring a dish to share. Dessert… Read More »

Shopping Shelburne with Sadie

Shopping Shelburne with Sadie

by Sadie Williams Hopefully you’ve cleared the excess tryptophan out of your body by now, because there is still shopping to do before the holiday season. My favorite people to shop for, by far, are the pint sized ones. If you’re still searching for a gift for a special kid in your life, consider stopping… Read More »