Archive - Nov 26, 2012
MIDDLEBURY — A 2007 Middlebury Union High School graduate who won two Vermont wrestling titles as a member of the Tiger wrestling team will take over the MUHS wrestling program this winter.
But Ethan Raymond, 23, who went on to win the 2011 New England NCAA Division III 165-pound championship for Bridgewater State University, will not exactly replace longtime MUHS coach Jon Ashley, a former Vermont high school coach of the year.
MIDDLEBURY — Otter Creek Brewing Co. of Middlebury hit for the cycle, taking home gold, silver and two bronze medals at the 16th annual Great International Beer Festival earlier this month in Providence, R.I. A panel of 83 judges selected winners in 44 categories after blind tasting 470 beers and ciders from around the globe.
MIDDLEBURY — The United Methodist Church of Middlebury, located at the corner of North Pleasant and Seminary streets, is selling trees and wreaths to benefit both local and world service commitments.
Those wishing to buy a holiday decoration may visit the church on five dates in the first three weekends of December.
• Friday, Nov. 30, 4-8 p.m.
• Saturday, Dec. 1, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
• Friday, Dec. 7, 4-8 p.m.
• Saturday, Dec. 8, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
BOSTON, Mass. — Three teams from the Vergennes Union High School rowing club each posted top-three finishes in their divisions at the Nov. 17 New England Youth Rowing Championships held in Boston, Mass., at which 28 teams in all competed in three divisions.
According to team coach Dennis West, in each division the teams raced three times, and the times from the three races were combined to determine the winners.
11/20 Smith vs. Midd........................... 80-47
11/20 Midd. vs. Green Mt. ................ 117-81
11/30 Conn. College at Midd. ............. 7 p.m.
12/1 Tufts at Midd. .............................. 4 p.m.
When I look out across the economic horizon I feel concerned. The issues are so huge and advice so plentiful I hardly feel there is hope for change. Then I pull back and say “I’m not going to take in all the issue but what do I have control over today that in some small way has a positive impact?”
This week’s writer is Mike Palmer, president of Ethics By Design, which is a Middlebury company that helps nonprofit organizations, commercial enterprises and government agencies set up effective ethics programs.