PARKS and REC NEWS

Coed Youth Lacrosse Registration for K-2nd graders: Registration deadline April 10. This program will provide basic skills instruction in a safe, controlled setting. A new stick is included in the price! Registration forms are available on our website or at the Recreation office. Find more program details online at http://shelburnelacrosse.org. Tai Chi for Health: Fall… Read More »

Construction of Veterans Memorial commences this spring

Construction of Veterans Memorial commences this spring

Thanks to the efforts of Town Clerk Colleen Haag, the Shelburne Veteran’s Memorial is moving closer to reality. In 2011, Haag organized a Shelburne Veterans Monument Committee including Shelburne veterans Jim Donaldson, Arland Dunbar, Sam Feitelberg, Peter Gadue, Eric Hanley, Art Kunin, Mike Lynch, Perry Melvin, and Carroll “Bud” Ockert, to establish a veteran’s memorial.… Read More »

Living Economically: Ramp it up with Vermontivate, the game that inspires behavior change and fun

Living Economically: Ramp it up with Vermontivate, the game that inspires behavior change and fun

Last month I joined 400 Vermonters from around the state to participate in the Vermont Council on Rural Development’s Summit on Creating Prosperity and Opportunity Confronting Climate Change. Business leaders, entrepreneurs, nonprofit leaders and community citizens, like myself, came together at Vermont Technical College campus to collectively develop a structured plan with practical actions that… Read More »

The Readers Write

Corrections to last week’s letters to the editor As a member of the Shelburne Community School (SCS) Facilities Committee, I would like to correct some inaccuracies stated in letters to the editor in the Shelburne News last week, Feb. 12. In separate letters, writers indicated that roof and window replacement for SCS were estimated at $2… Read More »

The Readers Write

Vote no on school bond Yes, we Shelburne voters have a history of supporting quality education. And yes, we understand the need for bonding $2 million for important school deferred maintenance needs. But to tack on another $9 million for a major change to the school structure and lump the two together as one bond… Read More »

The Readers Write

Admiration for safety departments noted There is an occasional bad apple on every apple tree, of course, but it appears we have none in our Public Safety departments. I want to report that I have great admiration and deep respect for the Shelburne Police Department and the Vermont State Police. They are competent, professional, and… Read More »

PARKS and REC NEWS

PARKS and REC NEWS

Me & My Guy Valentine Dance: Tickets are on sale now at the Shelburne Recreation Office. This event is limited to 200 people so get your tickets early! It will be held in the Shelburne Town Gym on Friday, Feb. 13 from 6:30-8:30pm. Ticket prices are $20 per couple and $5 per additional person. All girls in… Read More »

Parks and Rec

*New* Adult Women’s Basketball: This league will run until May 31 for $25. Sign up now to claim your spot! Pick up play for women 18 and older. Come join the fun with this energetic ladies pickup league! Sundays, 3:30-5pm in the Town Center Gym. Pre-registration is required. Free Senior Walking Program: Stay active and healthy… Read More »

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