College and town leaders gather to discuss getting through pandemic

MORE THAN 100 luminaries attended a dinner last month at which Middlebury College President Laurie Patton recognized and thanked dozens of local leaders for their contributions in protecting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent photo/Angelo Lynn

At a special town-gown dinner hosted at Atwater Dining Hall on Oct. 21 by Middlebury College President Laurie Patton, more than 100 area residents, members of the Middlebury College board of trustees and various members of the administration were on hand to celebrate the community’s successful navigation through the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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