Archive - Page
April 28th, 2014
BRISTOL — The Vermont Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy this week announced they have completed the first phase of the Bristol Gateway Conservation Project. The two organizations had been working with the community on the project for many years and recently completed a successful local fundraising campaign. Now the 346-acre Farr property — comprising farmland, forest, and a natural area — is protected from future development.
The second phase of the project, the conservation of the adjacent Fuller farm, will be completed in early summer.
VERGENNES — The Vergennes American Legion Auxiliary has selected three junior girls from Vergennes Union High School to attend Green Mountain Girls’ State this year. The Auxiliary will sponsor Arianna Duprey, Hannah Hatch and Tia Hunt as they spend the week of June 15 at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, Vermont.
VERGENNES — The Vergennes American Legion Post 14 will be sponsoring four Vergennes Union High School delegates to Green Mountain Boys’ State, held June 15-20 on the campus of Lyndon State College in Lyndonville.
Dana Ambrose, Erik Eisenhower, Liam Hayes and Lucas Paquin were nominated by faculty and staff based on leadership, character and honesty, cooperativeness, community participation and service, and scholarship.
PANTON — In recent meetings the Panton selectboard made a number of appointments and began considering how to fill two key openings.
On April 8, the board began dealing with the vacant Panton seat on the Vergennes Union High School board, a position most recently held by Karrie Beebe, and a vacancy on the joint planning commission/development review board, a position most recently filled by Ben Chamberlain.
BRISTOL — 5Town Friends of the Arts will present a staged reading of David Mamet’sclever drawing-room comedy, “Boston Marriage.” Diana Bigelow directs fellowBristol thespians Susanne Peck, Kendra Gratton and Gretchen Cole in thissophisticated and fanciful play.
MIDDLEBURY — Despite taking a 6-0 first-half lead, the Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team walked off Kohn Field on Saturday with its NESCAC and its NCAA Division III hopes almost certainly gone, as No. 6 Colby rallied to stun the third-seeded Panthers in a NESCAC quarterfinal, 11-10.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Middlebury College men’s lacrosse team saw its season come to an end last week with a pair of losses to Williams, the second one by a 13-9 count in a NESCAC quarterfinal on the Ephs’ turf.
That game was played at Williams because the Ephs had won at Middlebury, 9-7, in the teams’ regular season finale on Wednesday. The winner of that game earned the No. 4 seed, and the loser was given the No. 5 seed for the NESCAC tournament.