Salisbury news for March 29

SALISBURY — At the recent town meeting various local businesses donated items for the raffle. Attendees could purchase raffle tickets for the items they wanted and names were drawn for each item. Prizes and winners were:
Peggy Cox and Davis Brakeley, $25 worth of Nop Farm beef; $50 treatment at Parlour Salon, David Moats; 10 State Park passes, Beth Morrissey; Landfill passes, Michael Montague, Janet Mosurick and Jody Brakeley; $10 gift certificate at Middlebury Sweets, Jen Nuceder.
Also Maple Meadows maple syrup, Sally McClintock; bird feeder, Mary Beth Tichacek; Yankee Candle, Casey Fitzgerald; Vermont Home cutting board, Sue Scott; electric pressure cooker, Rebecca Holmes; Girl Scout cookies, Ruth Bernstein; and a 3 light vanity bar, Barb Karle. Thanks to these businesses for their donations.
There will be a multi-school folk dance at the Salisbury school on Thursday, March 28, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The Salisbury Community School’s spring music concert will be held Tuesday, April 10, at 6 p.m.
The annual Firemen’s Breakfast will be held on Sunday, April 15, at the Salisbury Community School from 7:30 to 11 a.m.; $10 adults, $5 children.
The folks at the Salisbury landfill would like to remind citizens that you must separate recyclables from household garbage. The recyclables are cans, bottles, paper, cardboard and plastic containers having the triangle with a number 1 through 7 with a few exceptions. For more complete information about these items ask for a copy of the recyclable items paper, which includes pictures. All items must be clean of food debris. No Styrofoam or plastic bags. Citizens are also reminded that failure to abide by the regulations will result in a fine.
The Friends of the Salisbury School will host a talent showcase at the school on Friday, April 14. Various performances by students and community members will follow a supper prepared by John Hughes from the Storm Café. Put the date on your calendar.
To help celebrate the Year of the Book, noted author, world traveler and former Salisbury resident Jan Reynolds shared her experiences with the students earlier this month. Jan has traveled around the world climbing high peaks and living among indigenous people. She accompanied her talk with her amazing photographs.

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