The Readers Write

A mile in an educator’s shoes In the 1960s the community of Shelburne made a decision to start the process of building a new school for a future they could likely not yet envision. Education at that time was a traditional model that encompassed, in most cases, hours of sit and get. As a nation… Read More »

Allison Gillette joins Shelburne Museum

Allison Gillette joins Shelburne Museum

Shelburne Museum welcomes Allison Gillette from Lake George, where she was most recently the project archivist at the Sage Colleges in Troy, New York. She previously worked at the Adirondack Museum, the Speed Art Museum and the Museum of Performance and Design. She received her MLIS in Library and Information Sciences at San Jose State… Read More »

Spectacular autumn views with Shelburne Airport

Spectacular autumn views with Shelburne Airport

Champlain Valley Union High School grad Kate Songer took a solo flight in a Cessna 150 for her graduation challenge project last year. She flew alone for the first time March 16, 2015. A day she will never forget. “There are no words to describe what it’s like to solo,” she said. “I’ve heard old… Read More »

Geratowski shifts focus to Hinesburg DRB

By Gail Callahan After more than two years on the job, Annie Geratowski is leaving Shelburne to begin a new position with Hinesburg Planning and Zoning. Geratowski’s last day as Shelburne’s Development Review Board Administrator and Zoning Enforcement Officer is Friday, Sept. 25. She’ll step into her new role as Hinesburg’s Development Review Coordinator about… Read More »