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Eaton joins Middlebury Community House board

MIDDLEBURY — Eliza Eaton has joined the Middlebury Community House board of directors. Eaton owns and operates MiniBury.com, an insider’s guide to family friendly events and activities around Middlebury. MCH board member Lynda Rheaume says Eaton’s energy, fresh ideas and technical expertise will help move the Community House into the future.
Eaton grew up skiing at the Snow Bowl, studied at Middlebury College and delivered babies at Porter Hospital. She received an M.Ed in elementary education and taught in elementary schools around New England. Once settled in Weybridge, she says she noticed a lack of easily accessible information regarding family-friendly activities. Like other parents, she lacked the time to seek out new activities, but still wanted to be a part of local events and classes, so she created MiniBury.com to serve both her family and her neighbors. She can frequently be seen toting her children around town and running the TAM with her dog.
Jessica Swift and her brother Philip B. Stewart gave their family home to the people of Middlebury and vicinity in 1932. The house operates under the direction of a 10-member volunteer board made up of community members. The Community House is open to the public for family and business events, meetings, receptions and tours. It is located on Main Street across from the village green.
For more information contact Pat at 388-2071 or view the MCH website: www.middleburycommunityhouse.org

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