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Montpelier Mayor John Hollar got a chance to feel what it is like to be visually impaired and try to navigate through the downtown area on White Cane Day, Oct. 15. Hollar and other area officials were escorted by Dan Norris, Supt. of Vermont Association of Blind and Visually Impaired, and other VABVI staff and volunteers. This annual event has been very successful in bringing awareness to the special needs of visually impaired people and how the Vermont municipalities can assist.

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Melinda Johnson of Waitsfield, a Senior Travel Counselor at Milne Travel American Express, recently returned from a fabulous and exciting twelve day learning experience in Morocco. Ms. Johnson and a small group of travel professionals from across the U. S. were hosted by the Moroccan governments tourism office, and by Chicago based Abercrombie and Kent (A&K). I have traveled extensively my whole life, visiting a few dozen countries and six continents said Johnson. Seeing Morocco, and learning more about their history, people, culture and natural wonders is clearly one of my travel highlights- and, A&K clearly is one of the best high-end tour operators on the planet. I feel even more confident in recommending them to clients in the future. Melinda visited Casablanca, Rabat, Fes and Marrakech. She traveled into the Sahara, partially on camel, and visited with a nomadic family of Berber descent before overnighting in a tent encampment. Melinda is a travel professional in every sense of the word, according to Marion Milne, founder of Milne Travel American Express. Melinda formerly owned and operated her own Travel Agency on the Eastern shores of Maryland before moving to Vermont to be closer to her children and grandchildren. Melinda works in Milne Travels Barre office, and welcomes appointments to assist people planning travel to Morocco or anywhere else on the planet.

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Spaulding High School alumni were out in force at the recent SHS Homecoming festivities, with a float in the parade, a table selling clothing items at the football game, and an alumni reception held at the Mutuo. Pictured here with the alumni float are (l to r) Mike Gilbert 66, Jennifer Milne 77, Debbie Copping Kerin 77, Judie John Copping 77, Jamie Paterson 86, George Wild 66, Linda Noyes Livendale 67, Jonathan Adams 91, and Laurie-Jean Brigham Gauthier 70. n n n

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Charles Chuck Haynes of East Montpelier was recently elected to the board of trustees for the Vermont Historical Society. He is a retired businessman with experience in concrete construction, the solid waste industry, and purchasing management. Haynes has always been interested in the preservation and restoration of historic items and held the leadership role in the Montpelier Kiwanis Clubs restoration of the 1929 model of the Vermont State House. Antique automobile restoration has been a lifelong hobby, as well. A member of the Northfield and Greensboro Historical Societies, Haynes is in the final stages of transcribing his great-grandfathers Civil War diary. He is the Chair of the Northfield Savings Bank Trustees and a member of the State of Vermont District #5 Environmental Commission.

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The Rebeckah Hastings DAR Chapter hosted a presentation on saving Vermonts cemeteries on October 13th. Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA) President Tom Giffin provided a PowerPoint presentation which initiated a spirted discussion on the importance of these historical Vermont burial grounds, many dating back to the late 1700s. Giffin stated that Vermont has over 1900 cemeteries, many of which have fallen into disrepair and require community help if they are to be reclaimed and restored. The history of the United States is the history of Vermont and the people that made that history are buried in Vermonts historic burial grounds, said Giffin. Department of Corrections Work Crew Supervisor, Dave Bellini spoke on the exceptional work the DOC work crews are providing to the City of Burlington. He spoke about how his crew helped to successfully replace a one ton granite ball back on a Civil War veterans monument, and repaired an older marble grave marker which had been broken into pieces. The DOC work crews are currently providing maintenance for Elmwood, Greenmount, Lake View and St. Joseph cemeteries in Burlington. For more information about Vermont Old CemeteryAssociation, contact Tom Giffin at tgifvt@msn.com. For more information about DAR, contact Mrs. Ruth Finn, Registrar of Rebeckah Hastings Chapter, at 476-8753

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Lost Nation Theater presents the party of the year! An Edgar Allan Poe Halloween Spooktacular Wednesday October 31. With fearsome drama from the best of Poe, a costume contest with great prizes, desserts catered by New England Culinary Institute, a raffle and a great dance party, its Halloween for grownups that the whole family can enjoy. Montpelier City Hall Arts Center will be transformed into a gothic candle-lit chamber for dancing and eerie entertainment! And the entire evening will be hosted by the frighteningly fabulous jokester and emcee, WDEVs Eric Michaels. Your admission includes desserts and coffee, and a cash bar will be available. Got the boos? Dance your ghouls away at LNTs Spooktacular! The party begins at 7pm on Halloween night. Admission is $20 per person (inclusive) in advance, $25 day of/door. Purchase two tickets and receive a free raffle chance (a $10 value). City Hall Arts Center (2nd floor of 39 Main Street Montpelier) is wheelchair accessible and an assisted listening system is available. For tickets & information call Lost Nation Theater at 802229-0492, or visit www.lostnationtheater.org

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- Three employees of Berlin Health and Rehabilitation Center were honored at the annual convention of the Vermont Health Care Association held in September. Heather Filonow, MSW, received the Social Worker of the Year Award. Janet Conk, MS, OTR/L, was named Occupational Therapist of the Year. Brian Burnell, Food Service Director at Berlin Health and Rehab, entered his Tomato Tarte Tatin with Basil Ice Cream in the VHCA Super Chef competition, and was named the VHCA Super Chef

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Board President Michael Sherman and Executive Director Hal Cohen, joined by Lt Governor Phil Scott and VT Natural Resources Secretary Deb Markowitz, celebrated the ceremonial groundbreaking of Central Vermont Community Action Councils (CVCAC) new campus in Barre on October 17th. When complete, the campus will include a 25,500 squarefoot two-story building. According to Cohen, Its a great project on so many levels. The redevelopment of the two- Participants in the recent CVCAC groundbreaking ceremony included (l to r): Barre Mayor Thom Lauzon, Lt. Phil Scott, CVCAC Director acre property will allow Governor of the VT Agency ofExecutiveResourcesHal Cohen, Jeff Stetter of Gossens Bachman Architects, Secretary Natural Deb Markowitz, Bob Lord of E.F. Wall & Associates, and Community Action to centralize CVCAC Board Chair Michael Sherman. many of its staff and programs under one roof so it can offer integrated, wrap-around services, economic opportunity for all Vermonters. Scott and Markowitz are serving as honorary co-chairs of the resources and training to better help people create lasting economic security for themselves and their families. Highlights of the Pathways to Prosperity campaign to raise $1.5 million from facility will include a new food shelf and job-training kitchen plus private donors to help finance the project. So far the campaign has classrooms and a resource center for skill building, job hunting, quietly raised over $600,000 from major donors and expects to and financial and business planning. The project will also bring an kick off a community wide campaign in spring 2013. The overall cost of the project is estimated at $5.2 million. An economic boost to the city of Barre by securing more than 100 jobs in the citys downtown and by revitalizing a commercial $800,000 grant from the Vermont Community Development Program was used last year to help purchase the property when the neighborhood. Serving over 18,000 Vermonters each year, Community Actions former owners, P&S Furniture, relocated to Main Street. A construction contract was recently awarded to E.F. Wall and mission focuses on three areas: 1) alleviating the suffering caused by poverty by ensuring that basic needs are met for food, heating Associates of Barre, and work has already begun. Three derelict fuel, and safe housing; 2) moving people out of poverty by helping warehouse buildings have already been removed from the site them build skills and access resources and opportunities to create which is just off Granite St. The remaining 11,300 sq. ft. building self-sufficient lives with services such as weatherization, work- is above the floodplain and will be remodeled with a 12,350 foot force development, Head Start, micro business development, addition added to create an L shaped building which will face credit and finance education, and transportation; 3) advocating for Main St. The project is scheduled to be completed July 2013.

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to the generous sponsors of the New England Culinary Institute and National Life of Vermont fund-raising dinner (over $12,000 raised) and the Montpelier Elks Club Golf Tournament (over $6,000 raised): Lindsay Custom Builders, Inc. Denis, Ricker & Brown Union Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Senator Doyle/Bill Powell Christina & Christopher Rohan Richard Shadroui Mary & Peter Hood Swenson Granite Alain Shedleur Capital Soccer Capital Candy Capital Hockey Simply Subs The Butsch Family Linda & George Milne Sabra & J. Lorrimer Holm Brad, Becky & Wendy Watson Harry's Discount Pharmacy Lissa & Sandy England Nancy & John Mercer The WORLD Selects Hockey Dr. Jeff Glosser Rock of Ages Kurrle Fuels Mark LaPerle Snap-On Tools Optical Expressions Capital Plaza Ellen Starr & Geoff Fitzgerald Roger Hirt & Debbie Jerard Dr. Jane & John Valentine SR Services/Capital City Floors Dr. Nancy Chickering Calmont Beverage Dr. Marvin Malek Jaime & Rich Schneider LaJeunesse Construction Diamantis Construction LLC Casella Waste Management Bolduc's Auto Salvage Onion River Sports The Montpelier Pharmacy Primer Piper Eggleston & Cramer The Goober Schaarschmidt Family Marsh Engineering Services Cheney, Brock & Saudek Drs. Kathleen & Ed Ziedins Lynch Family Chiropractic Dr. Eric L. Asnis Dr. Priscilla & Andr Gilbert Central Vermont Skating Association Vermont Mutual Group The Mittler Family Cody Chevrolet The Heney Family Paige & Campbell Fran Pickel, C21 Jack Associates

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A thank you celebration is planned for an area Pastor and his wife who will soon be relocating to Hartford, Connecticut. Terry and Kay Dorsett have given their heart and soul to the Central Vermont community for 20 years. Coming from South Carolina, they settled in Washington Vermont, to pastor the Washington Baptist Church. After several years, they felt a calling to establish a church in Barre. With help and encouragement from a few friends, who felt the same calling, Faith Community Church was born in Terry & Kays kitchen. As community members heard about Terrys teachings and the deep commitment of Terry and his wife, Kay, to the Central Vermont community, the church moved to the basement of the Hollow Motel, which they quickly outgrew. The church continued to grow, and eventually purchased the Hull Printing building at 30 Jones Brothers Way. The original six people has blossomed into a congregation of 250. The church supports a youth group, which meets every Wednesday and boasts attendance of around 50 area youth each week. Faith Community Church

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has recently started an After School Program for area children who wish to meet new friends and learn about Gods love & how He interacts in their young lives. For a week each summer, Vacation Bible School has attracted as many as 75 Central Vermont children per day. Terry has been the Director of Green Mountain Baptist Association. Dr. Dorsett has also mentored three intern pastors and established churches in Waterbury, Northfield and Hubbarton, and is currently mentoring an additional pastor, in Faith Community Church. Terry and Kay have raised three children in Barre. Their daughter is now married and their two sons are both in college. Because of their 20 year history in Central Vermont and the love they have shown to this community, a a thank you celebration and Open House is planned for Terry and Kay on Sunday, October 28, from 3pm to 6pm at Faith Community Church. A gift and card basket will be available, as well as an opportunity to write down any memories you may have in which these two beloved individuals have touched your lives.

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Dr. Glaess was great. Its so perfect that she delivered both our babies. The nurses also took very good care of us and everyone was very helpful. We were comfortable and very happy. There is obviously a lovely connection between Heidi and Demetericius Campbell, Dr. Glaess, the CVMC Birthing Center and the birth of Campbell daughters. Big sister Shawntay was delivered nine years ago by Dr. Glaess and was happy to be back in the birthing center (and not at school!) to welcome her adorable baby sister Sheree MacKenzie Campbell delivered by Dr. Glaess on October 12. Little Sheree weighed 6lb/13oz and was 21 long and was happily asleep when we arrived. The Campbells were ready to return home to Websterville. Proud smiles and happiness prevailed. We wish them all the best.
BARRE A son, Jaidyn Bruce Rodriquez, on September 10, to Samantha Eldred and Juan Rodriguez. A son, Jacob Ackley Elliott, on September 11, to Heather Elliott and Scott Pidgeon. A son, Dylan Eugene Sweet, on September 13, to Amanda Lussier and Carl Sweet. A son, Corbin George Larrabee, on September 19, to Amber (Wilder) and Jake Larrabee. A daughter, Isabella Grace McKern Tomasi, on September 26, to Sarah McKern and Tory Tomasi. BRAINTREE A daughter, Emma Prior Vinton, on September 21, to Tori (Hill) and Jason Vinton. CABOT A daughter, Alexandria Rose Bothfeld, on September 4, to Amber (Morse) and Raymon Bothfeld. DUXBURY A son, Aiden Francis LaVanway, on September 21, to Meghan and Jay LaVanway. HUNTINGTON A daughter, Aaliyah Frances Williams, on September 26, to Heidi Weston and Peter Williams. HYDE PARK A son, Aiden Jeffrey Walker, on September 4, to Sarah PayneVinick and Alex Walker.

Central Vermont Medical Centers September 2012 Babies

MONTPELIER A daughter, Madeleine Catherine Howard, on September 17, to Colleen Horan and Michael Howard. PLAINFIELD A daughter, Zoey Rae Flood, on September 29, to Jocelyn Batchelder and Shayne Flood. STARKSBORO A daughter, Chloe Leigh Barr, on September 28, to Christina Kellogg and Craigg Barr. WARREN A son, Adriel Joseph Cloud-Hormazabal, on September 15, to Mirla (Hormazabal) and Christopher Cloud. WASHINGTON A daughter, Sawyer Brooke Trombly, on September 8, to Jennifer (Chaloux) and Jeremiah Trombly. WEST DANVILLE A daughter, Ava Anne Rafuse, on September 23, to Jenny (Larrabee) and James Rafuse. WEST TOPSHAM A son, Jayden Scott Eastman, on September 24, to Amanda Smith and Jason Eastman. WORCESTER A daughter, Chelsea Rayne Bradeen, on September 21, to Katrina Bradeen.

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Vermonts plan to respond to a radiation emergency caused by a transportation incident or a radiological dispersal device (dirty bomb) will be tested on Thursday, Oct. 25 during a fullscale functional exercise. Details of the exercise are known only to a few state, regional and federal planners. All other responders to the exercise scenario will be operating as if it was a real event. An estimated 200 local, state, New England and federal responders are expected to participate as players, evaluators or observers. The full day exercise (9:15am to 3:30pm) will take place at three locations: the Vermont Fire Academy in Pittsford (the incident scene), the State Emergency Operations Center in Waterbury, and the Health Departments Operations Center in Burlington. We must be ready for anything from a natural disaster, to an infectious disease outbreak, to a biological, chemical or radiological release, said Health Commissioner Harry Chen, MD. We must put our plans, training and inter-operational systems to the test, and the best test is a realistic, realtime full-scale exercise. The functional exercise along with a tabletop discussion-based exercise, workshops, presentations and tour of the Health Departments laboratory is being sponsored as part of the 43rd annual meeting of the New England Radiological Health Committee to be held Oct. 22-26 at the Hilton Hotel in Burlington. Also at 10 am on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 24, a helicopter used to measure radiation on the ground will land at Waterfront Park along Lake Champlain across from the Hilton and will be available for public tours through 2pm. This aircraft, which sends data back for mapping purposes, is part of the Department of Energys National Nuclear Security Administration Aerial Measuring System. State organizations with a major role in the exercise are the Department of Health, Department of Public Safety (Homeland Security, Emergency

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By TOM HERZIG GW Plastics is a plastic injection molding manufacturer that started up in Bethel in 1955 and broke the mold by staying put in Vermont (a leveraged buyout took the company private in 1983) while developing a world-wide customer base. The company has two locations in Vermont Bethel and Royalton as well as Texas, Arizona, Mexico and China, but Bethel remains the corporate headquarters where GWs largest manufacturing facility and engineering department reside. Recently, a new division, GW Silicones, was created to pursue a new market - producing precision silicone molds and close tolerance parts for the medical and automotive industries. GW employs more than 300 people in Vermont and 900 worldwide. This summer, the company completed a $3.5 million expansion of its Silicone Division and a $1.5 million upgrade of its Mold Making operation at its Royalton facility, just off I-89 exit 3. The new construction allows the firm to expand upon a key facet of its success the in-house design and manufacture of its own molds. The liquid silicone rubber molding and assembly facility is capable of supporting up to 18 new injection machines and features an International Standards Class 8 cleanroom along with expanded office, engineering, and conference space. The operation presently uses five molding machines, each costing $500,000. The reason we invested in this plant is to accommodate the growth needs of our customers while improving our competitiveness by investing in state-of-the-art equipment, CEO Brenan Riehl said. There are not many high quality silicone molding firms in the world and were one of them. This is a big point of differentiation for us. Years ago, GW was predominantly an automotive products company, silicone division general manager Mark Hammond said. Our business transitioned to supply the medical industry with components and devices that are used in surgical, diagnostic and drug delivery devices. A lot of what we make are safety-critical components with tight tolerances whether for the automotive or the medical industry. The silicone division production processes are automated with sophisticated process control and monitoring capability utilizing advanced robotics and vision systems to ensure quality. GWs production systems represent a big change from the worker intensive manufacturing that once thrived in Vermont, particularly in the Windsor/Springfield area. The facility is highly automated, standardized and state-of-the-art, Hammond said. But weve experienced a lack of qualified, technical people. A lot of kids coming out of college are not heading towards manufacturing. Young folks starting in the job market sometimes have misconceptions about the nature of a manufacturing job, Riehl noted. But were exactly the kind of company that Vermont should want to have. Its not a smokestack company. Its a clean high-tech company where the right employee can move

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up the employment ladder and cultivate a rewarding career. Some of the lifestyle attributes dearly appreciated by the local population are offset in the eyes of potential hires from out-ofstate, who are apt to perceive a scarcity of choices regarding housing, social and recreational activities and a relatively high cost-ofliving. One persons rural serenity is anothers lack of action. The company is intent on reinvigorating its apprentice program and finding talented locals to join their work force. People who already live in the region value the fact that Vermont is a unique place to live and raise a family, Riehl said. In January 2013, GW will begin to partner with Vermont Technical College in Randolph to offer a Manufacturing Technician Apprentice Program for qualified employees. Registered apprentices will have the potential to earn an associate degree in General Engineering Technology, said VTC Director of Strategic Operations Jay Paterson. We want to grow and retain a local work force, Mark Hammond said. Its desirable to bring Vermonters up through the system because theyll stay here. When GW invested in a start-up operation, we didnt have a single silicone order, Hammond said. but once existing customers understood we had the capability in place, we started to receive business. In short order, we received the point where we needed to expand. Weve worked closely with the Douglas and Shumlin administrations to help grow our business, CEO Riehl said. Commerce Secretary Lawrence Miller and Deputy Secretary Pat MoultonPowden have been working to reinvigorate manufacturing in Vermont. GW has been proactive in reaching out to local high schools and colleges like Randolph, VTC and UVM. We also work with local private sector partners like Peoples United Bank, Engelberth and EF Wall to help with our expansion needs. Manufacturers account for about 2,000 firms in Vermont. Most are small, with about 60% having less than 10 employees. About 87% have 50 or less employees. Fewer than 15 have 500 employees or more. About 31,000 Vermonters approximately 10.25% of the total workforce - are employed by manufacturers. In 2011 the Vermont Economy Newsletter put the average annual earnings in Vermont manufacturing firms at 36% above statewide average earnings.

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (BCBSVT) recently announced that Ruth K. Greene has joined the states largest health insurer as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and Daniel Galdenzi has been promoted to Vice President, Business Technology and CIO. A native Vermonter, Ms. Greene is a 1983 graduate of the University of Vermont and spent the last 26 years at UNUM Corporation, a Fortune 500 company and leading provider of employee benefits, where she held multiple positions both in the US and abroad. Most recently, she served as vice president and Chief Financial Officer for Global Business Technology, a division of UNUM based in Portland, Maine. Im very pleased to welcome Ruth to BCBSVT and back to Vermont, remarked Don George, President and CEO. Her experience and knowledge of finance and employee benefits will be of great value as we meet our commitments to the health of all Vermonters, outstanding member experiences, and responsible cost management. Mr. Galdenzi joined BCBSVT in 2010 as the Corporate Director of IT. Prior to joining BCBSVT, he served in senior IT management positions for several privately held and public companies in the health insurance field. Most recently, he was Vice President of IT at WellCare Health Plans, Inc., a company providing managed care services targeted to government-sponsored health care programs, focusing on Medicaid and Medicare. He is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University. The rapidly changing health care field will depend heavily on information technology to provide the data and information necessary to meet the needs of our customers, providers and regulators, noted Don George. Dan has the knowledge and leadership skills to successfully meet this challenge. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont is the states oldest and largest health insurer, providing coverage for about 180,000 Vermonters. It employs about 340 Vermonters at its headquarters in Berlin and branch office in South Burlington.

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The 2012-2013 Contemporary Dance and Fitness Studio Artistin-Residence program features the Montpelier Movement Collective, who have been commissioned by Montpelier Alive to create a performance for a February Festival in Montpelier. On Saturday, October 27th at 7pm, MMC will show pieces of new work with choreography by Willow Wonder, Avi Waring and Hanna Satterlee, joined by dancers Chelsea Palin, Natalie Wheeler and Isadora Snapp. This informal works-in-progress showing will create an atmosphere for feedback, dialogue and exchange between the audience and ensemble. Catch a glimpse into this early stage of their creative process, and become a part of the inspiration! The works-in-progress performance will be held at Contemporary Dance & Fitness Studio, 18 Langdon St. A $10 suggested donation will support the Artist in Residence program. For more information, call 229-4676 or visit www.cdandfs.com.

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Ainsworth Public Library

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Ghost Hunting Party for Teens: Friday, October 26, 6:30pm We are proud to announce that folks from the New England Society for Paranormal Research and Investigation will appear at the library to present Ghost Hunters at the Library on Friday, Oct. 26. Come hear their true stories of the paranormal and share your own! Watch for the hair on the back of your neck to rise Poetry Slam with Geof Hewitt: Friday, October 26, 6:30pm Time for our quarterly Poetry Slam with SlamMaster Geof Hewitt! Bring two 3-minute poems to share! We want to congratulate poetry slammer R Lee Duquette on the publication of her book of poems, Before Breakfast. Louise Penny Raffle Basket The wonderful October Signed-by-the-Author Raffle Basket will belong to one of our lucky ticketholders on October 26. Meantime, you can hurry in and get raffle tickets for just $1 each. It contains Louise Pennys newest mystery novel, The Beautiful Mystery, plus an autographed copy of her best-seller, A Trick of the Light. Youll also have gourmet chocolate, tea and cookies to sustain you through these thrilling reads plus a CD of Gregorian chant music to listen to while you read. Coke Product Rewards Needed Support our magazine subscriptions by saving and giving us your caps and carton points from all your Coke products. We get free magazines for our readers and you get a thirst-quenching soda! Trick & Treat for Halloween: Wednesday, Oct. 31, 4-5pm Stop by the Katherine Paterson Childrens Room on Halloween, between 4 and 5pm. We will be joining the downtown merchants in offering Trick or Treats! This year, Childrens Librarian Adrianne Scucces will hand out the beautiful new book Halloween! by Jennifer Blizin Gillis, donated by our neighbor Lori Belding! Story Hours Adrianne Scucces offers story hours for all ages in the Katherine Paterson Childrens Room every Monday and Tuesday at 10:30am. John Poeton offers story hours at the York Branch in East Barre on Tuesdays for ages 2-3 at 10:15, for ages 3-5 at 10:45 and for all ages on Saturdays at 12:30. Senior Day: Wednesday, November 7, 1:30pm John and Janet Poeton will present the Senior Day audience with their rip-roaring tale Trip to the Canyon Lands on Wednesday, November 7. A great armchair adventure is guaranteed! Arts & Crafts Day: Friday, November 9, 3pm Learn how to make handsome handmade baskets from the indomitable team, John and Janet Poeton, on Friday, November 9. Hands-on demonstration for all ages -- no experience necessary. Veterans Day Holiday: Monday, November 12 Aldrich Library will be closed to the public all day on Monday, November 12 in commemoration of the Veterans Day Holiday. All programs and services of the Aldrich Public Library are free and open to the public. For up-to-date library news, visit our website at www.aldrich.lib.vt.us.

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Library Hours: Mondays, 2pm to 6pm; Tuesdays 2pm to 6pm (open until 7pm most Tuesdays, call to be sure we are open); Wednesdays: 9am to 6pm; Thursdays, 2pm to 6pm; Fridays, 2pm to 6pm; Saturdays, 9am to 1pm; closed major holidays. In November we will be closed Monday, the 12th for Veterans Day and Thursday the 22nd for Thanksgiving. Your library needs friends, all the friends it can get. An excellent way to become a friend of the library is to join the Friends of the Ainsworth Public Library. The purpose of the Friends is to support and help the library. For more information about the Friends, or joining, call Kathy (co-chair) at 249-0464 or call the library at 433-5887. Better yet, come to the next meeting, Monday Nov 5th at 6pm here in the library. The Board of Trustees is the governing body of the Library. Trustees are town residents and are elected to the Board for 5 year terms on Town Meeting day. There are five trustees and one is elected each year. This is a voluntary position and everyone should thank them for time and effort on behalf of the library. The Board of Trustees meets every month on the third Tuesday at 6pm in the Library. All Board meetings are open to the public. Come and see how your library works and thank them for all their work. The next meeting is November 20th, 6pm at the library. See you there. In addition to the Friends group and the trustees giving their time to the library, there are volunteers who do many big and small things for the library. If you would like to become a volunteer, stop by or call the library at 433-5887. I look forward to seeing you at the library, whether you can volunteer or not. It is your library, come in and see what we have to offer.

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ain Street is on the schedule to be open up to City Park early this week. There are a few activities that need nishing up, and trafc would be a hindrance. When Main Street opens, the detour will remain in place as the alternate truck route. This is scheduled for a 30 day test period at which time a decision will be made to continue with the truck route, or not. Hours of operation will be from 7am to 5pm, Monday through Thursday, starting October 22nd. Crews will be working at various locations from Route 62 to City Park. Please drive carefully. The work that is left in Phases 1 through 6 consists primarily of punch list items, such as, road striping, placing new signs, and general clean up. A new block wall is scheduled to be put in place on the North side of Keith Avenue. There is not a denite date for this activity, but we are hoping to have the design approved soon so we may nish reconstruction and place asphalt ASAP. Many thanks to all for the compliments and positive input on the new Barre Main Street. VTrans, Luck Brothers and all of the subcontractors who worked so hard to bring this project to a successful completion, appreciate this input as well as everyones understanding and cooperation. Please pay close attention to message boards, trafc detour signs, advanced warning signs, uniformed trafc ofcers and aggers who will be posted at strategic locations for temporary trafc control. Expect minor delays at times and plan your commute accordingly. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Barre Big Dig project please contact me by cell (518) 578-9629 or by email beth@luckbros. com. The ofce number is (802) 479-5775. Be sure to continue to check out the We Dig Barre website at www.wedigbarre.com for project updates and a computerized look at N. Main St. after reconstruction or simply come on down and check it out in person. Temporary trafc detours will continue to be posted. Downtown Barre is open for business. The reconstruction of Main Street is nearing the end for the season. We strongly encourage you to support your local merchants. Your continued patronage is greatly appreciated.

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October 24, 2012

Tropical Storm Irene closed the Vermont State Hospital for good, and now it is time for Vermont to reflect on the legacy and history of its State Hospital. Going To Waterbury: An Elegy is designed as a series of events to acknowledge the powerful role this iconic institution played in the lives of so many Vermonters and allow for personal and public reflection. The two-day event, to be held Saturday October 27 and Sunday October 28, will feature an art installation, a public forum, and a closure ceremony on Sunday evening. Most of the events will be held at the Waterbury State Office Complex, in the 4 South building, immediately next to Brooks, the most recent building to house patients. Former VSH patients, staff, and their friends and family are encouraged to attend, reflect on, and speak publicly (if they wish) about their experiences. Tom Stevens of Waterbury is director of the event, which will be the only public commemoration of the permanent closure of the Vermont State Hospital. The State of Vermont plans to demolish the Brooks building in early winter. Says Stevens, a state legislator who represents Waterbury and nearby towns, I thought that we needed to do something to acknowledge the experiences of all those who were part of the State Hospital. Tens of thousands of Vermonters were patients there, tens of thousands of Vermonters worked there in so many ways, we have ignored this part of our shared story. Now, as we begin to tear down the hospital building and end this chapter of our history, it is time to come together and let go. Stevens has created the event with support from State House Curator David Schutz and Floyd Nease, executive director of the Vermont Association of Mental Health and Addiction Recovery (VAMHAR), as well as a diverse group of artists and members of the psychiatric survivor and mental health communities. The group is very aware of the many traumatic memories that exist around the State Hospital, notes Nease. We are strongly focused

Going To Waterbury: A Closure Ceremony for the Vermont State Hospital

on making this a safe, respectful experience. Whats important, I think, is trying to give people the opportunity to reflect and understand the place and what happened here. Schutz agrees. So many Vermonters had family members in the hospital and yet never entered it. We wanted to give everyone a chance to know what it was, before the place itself is transformed. All members of the public with a connection to the Vermont State Hospital are encouraged to attend these free events, which welcome all perspectives on the VSH. The art installation is on Saturday and Sunday (both days from 10am 6pm), the public forum on Saturday at 11am (all at 4 South), and the closure ceremony, at St. Andrews Church on Main Street in Waterbury, at 7pm on Sunday. St. Andrews, located adjacent to the State Hospital, had a unique relationship and provided a chaplain for the hospital over most of its 120 years. The closure ceremony will feature the music of the ME2/orchestra. The installation, conceived and directed by Stevens, features the work of Vermont artists Jenn Karson, Neil Dixon, Ned Davis, and Jeffrey E. Salzberg, with technical direction by Jeff Tolbert, and interviews conducted by noted journalist David Goodman. The installation will also feature photos from Brooks and the Storyboard Project. At the public forum, all are welcome people will be able to speak if they so choose. Stevens emphasizes that Going to Waterbury is not a celebration; its an elegy a serious and mournful reflection. This is a difficult place for so many Vermonters. It can be hard for some of us to understand, but just the phrase going to Waterbury had a terrible connotation for entire generations. Thats not true anymore itll never be true again but we need to recognize what happened here, and really act as a state to acknowledge the experiences that so many people had with this place.

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On Wednesday, October 24, Barre Technical Center (BTC) invites everyone to explore and learn about the programs offered at the school. Sample savory treats at the Culinary Arts cooking demo. Look for the Baking Arts program circulating with trays of pastries and other free refreshments for all to enjoy. And get your blood pressure checked by the Emergency Services program, all during the annual Open House event from 6pm to 7:30pm. Informative and action-oriented happenings in other BTC programs include: Electrical Technology - carbon monoxide, smoke alarm, and robot lighting demo; Automotive Tech- equipment demo; Digital Media Arts- live broadcast; Human ServicesKid Connection in action; Exploratory Tech- OSHA House of Horrors; Building Tradesbuilding demo; Cosmetology- paraffin wax dips; Business and Leadership Studies- entrepreneur in action; Plumbing and Heating piping techniques; Pre-Tech Outreach student presentations and demonstrations. The Barre Technical Center offers 13 programs, both onand off- campus, to high school and adult students in the Washington County area. Come see and experience it for yourself. Good things happen at BTC and beyond the classroom. For more information, call Barre Technical Center at 476-6237. The school is located at 155 Ayers Street, Barre.

Community Invited to Barre Tech Center Open House

Norwich University will kick off this seasons Todd Lecture Series with Creating an Age of Abundance, a talk by Dr. Peter Diamandis, chairman and CEO of the X PRIZE Foundation on Thursday, Oct. 25, beginning at 7pm in Plumley Armory. The presentation, which is scheduled to go until 8:30 and includes a Q&A, is free and open to the public. Peter Diamandis is co-author of Abundance, a book which lays out how we will soon be able to meet and exceed the basic needs of every man, woman and child on the planet asserting that abundance for all is within our grasp. This bold, contrarian view, backed up by exhaustive research, introduces our near-term future, where exponentially growing technologies and three other powerful forces are conspiring to better the lives of billions.

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In his keynote address, Diamandis examines human need by categorywater, food, energy, healthcare, education, communication and freedom. Diamandis also addresses how a range of powerful technologies such as synthetic biology, embedded networks and cloud computing, and robotics, biotechnology and medicine are transforming what was once scarce into something abundant. Providing abundance is humanitys grandest challenge; this is a keynote about how we rise to meet it. For more information email toddlectureseries@ norwich.edu or call (802)485-2633.

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Berlin Elementary School Request for Proposals Snow Removal

The Berlin Elementary School is seeking proposals for snow removal for the 2012-2013 winter season. The successful contractor will clear the driveway and parking lot by 6:45 a.m. every day, including weekends, and as frequently as needed to maintain less than three inches of snow accumulation. Proposals should be mailed or delivered in hard copy by 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31, 2012, to: Chris Dodge, Principal Berlin Elementary School 372 Paine Turnpike North Berlin, VT 05602

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First Rate Performance at Barre Opera House

We are so lucky to have an opportunity to see performers like these and many others through The TD Bank Celebration series and many other venues. Sure, sometimes the ticket prices seem high, but the performances are first rate and we pay nothing like the prices in larger cities. My only regret was seeing the many empty seats. With all the nastiness and rhetoric of the political campaigns it was a relief to sit back and let the music wash over you. There are many more great performances to come, check it out. Judy A. Cookson Barre Town

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Editor: I just came home from an amazing concert at The Barre Opera House and just wanted to share the experience with your readers. Longtime folk singers Michael Martin Murphey and Jonathan Edwards gave a mesmerizing performance to an appreciative crowd. Thanks go to TD Bank, Celebration Series sponsors, and evening sponsors, Miles Supply, Bond Auto Parts, Granite Industries of Vermont, WDEV, and WLVB, and Dan Casey and the Opera House Board of Directors for bringing these stellar performers to Barre. These two singers have been performing since the 1970s. Their recent collaboration brought Jonathan Edwards, a New England boy, to join with Murphey, a cowboy through and through. The concert began at 8pm and they sang their final notes just before 11. Let me say that the audience was enthralled from the first chord.

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Editor: With the infusion of "big money" and the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on corporations and hidden election funding sources, the average voter's influence on government and its elected officials has been further weakened. But Vermont has one voter instrument of influence... the Doyle Poll! The Doyle Poll is not funded by corporations, lobby organizations or other sources of influence... it's our Vermont Poll! We should thank Bill Doyle for this and re-elect him! We desperately need to keep Bill and the Doyle Poll in the mix. Robert Withey Montpelier

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ast weekend, Malcolm and I had to go down to Connecticut to watch McKinley play football at The Gunnery and then go to Wilton, Conn. to help celebrate his brothers 70th birthday. On the way down we had the radio on, and what we both found interesting was that all the way down - which was about four hours for the first leg - we listened to wonderful music! And all of a sudden, we both realized what we were hearing was old stuff with singers like Vic Damone, Dean Martin, Barbara Streisand, Doris Day and all the other wonderful singers of the 40s, 50s, and even the 60s. Of course, we are both really old, so the young people of today just put us and our music taste into a closet! But what was most interesting to me and I even went so far as to discuss it with Malcolm (!) is this: no wonder the children of today dont know how to dance! Now that I have made this outrageous statement, let me ask you a question. Have you ever been to dance and seen how the kids of today dance? Well, I have and let me tell you it is nothing like the way you and I dance. In fact, it has no touch to anything that we can understand. Let me explain, first, when they dance, the kids dont really have to touch each other. Boys and girls, and even men and women just sort of stand in groups and put their arms in the air and jump around! I kid you not, it has absolutely no touch to the way we used to dance at all. And if and when they dance to a slow dance, man or woman together, they grab each other and grind themselves together. Does it look fun or lovely? Absolutely, not. As Malcolm and I drove along and listened to all the old music, I could hardly contain myself and just waned to dance! It was just wonderful to listen to the terrific music and close my eyes and remember the good old days and how we danced.. Now you ask yourself, why do the kids of today not know how to dance? And why do they have to just writhe around on the dance

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floor instead of dancing? Well, I think that there are two reasons. Number one is the music of today isnt lovely and wonderful. Nope, todays music is strange music with words and subjects that we were not allowed to even talk about let alone sing! And can you imagine Frank Sinatra wearing a thong and thrusting himself at his young audience when he sang obscene songs with little or no rhythm? And number two is this When I was in Junior High we HAD to go to dancing school. Once a week on a Tuesday night, we all gathered at the church hall and had dancing lessons for two hours. The boys sat on one side of the hall and the girls the other and when the music started and Miss Welbright gave the signal, the boys crossed the hall and asked the girl of their choice to dance. Actually, I hated it but for two years I went and so did the rest of our class. But what we really did was learn to dance! As awful as I thought it was, there really isnt a dance that I dont know how to do. And as I think back to those days, I am glad that I had to go because without those horrible lessons I would never have learned to do anything but shuffle around a dance floor. There is no such thing as dancing school where you learn to ballroom dance any more. At least, none that I have heard of. And I think that is really too bad. But, of course, maybe they dont have to learn to dance any more because they have no music to dance to! And I do think that is a shame! Now, if you think that I am just being an old fool, turn on the radio to WDEV on Saturday afternoon and listen to Joel Najmans program. He not only plays super music of the good old days, he also knows more about the artists than anyone I had ever heard. There is nothing that he doesnt know and he shares all his wonderful knowledge with the rest of us while playing real music! It is a good time to listen to the era when music was actually music. And if you do listen to the music of the 40s, etc. you will find yourself humming along and really remembering the times when life was a lot more pleasant and uncomplicated.

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Senate Report:
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Royall Tyler: Distinguished Vermont Author

oyall Tyler, early Vermont author, has In 1802, he was appointed as a trustee of the University of Verbeen described by Frederick Tupper mont, and later became a professor of law from 1811 to 1814. In in this way: between those dates, he became the Chief Justice of the Vermont His writings and his fame are not Supreme Court. the exclusive possession of his adopted Tyler changed political parties from Federalist to Jeffersonian, Vermont or even of his native New England, but are a part and when he supported the War of 1812, he lost his chief justiceand by no means a negligible part, of the literary history ship. He had written to Jeffersonian Congressman James Fisk of of America. As the writer of the Barre that a declaration of the war first American comedy reguagainst Great Britain was the only larly acted by professionals, as way confidence could be restored in Sonnet to an Old Mouser the author of the first American the national government. He said it Child of lubricious art, of sanguine sport! novel republished in England, as would place the Federalist opposiOf pangful mirth! sweet ermind sprite! the creator of the Yankee type on tion party on slippery ground and Who lovst, with silent, velvet step, to court stage and in story, as the comdrive them into rebellion. The bashful bosom of the night. poser of fictitious letters of interTyler is perhaps best known for Whose elfin eyes can pierce nights sable gloom, national interest, as the producer his play, The Contrast. Tyler deAnd witch her fairy prey with guile, of periodical essays and verses, scribed the people who lived in our Who sports fell frolic oer the grisly tomb, Royall Tyler is not to be recknew nation as energetic and virile, And gracest death with dimpling smile! oned for a moment with merely while characterizing Europeans as provincial notables. The best in foppish and decadent. In 1809 he Daughter of ireful mirth, sportive in rage, his genius is not peculiar to one wrote The Yankee in London. Whose joy should shine in sculpturd bas relief little corner of the earth. Earlier, in 1797, he published a novLike Patience, in rapt Shakespeares deathless page, Royall Tyler was born in Boston, el, The Algerine Captive, which Smiling in marble at wan grief. served as a military aide during the won him international acclaim. This Oh, come, and teach me all thy barbrous joy, American Revolution and was inwas the first time American fiction To sport with sorrow first, and then destroy volved in suppressing Shays Rehad been reproduced in England. - Royall Tyler bellion, which first brought him to Tyler talks in this novel about early Vermont. The Rebellion had been New England life in pioneer days initiated by a group of Massachusetts farmers near Springfield and and then later, his experiences in the late 18th century. The Univerwas put down by the government. The Rebellion so concerned sity of Vermont recognized his genius by creating the Royall Tyler George Washington that he proposed a Constitutional Convention Theater in Burlington. that took place in Philadelphia in 1781. Washington felt that the Tupper concluded his essay on Tyler in this way: existing government under the Articles of Confederation was not The last of Tylers life are those of distinguished lawyer, working, and a new constitution was needed. who, after his enforced retirement from the Supreme Court He settled in Vermont in 1791, the same year when Vermont Bench, practiced at Brattleboro most successfully, and of a became the first state to join the union after the original 13 cologallant gentleman who endured heroically for many years nies. Tyler had wanted to marry John Adams daughter, but failed great suffering, until relief and rest came in 1826. To the to win family approval. The family took the daughter to Europe last, he was a man of letters - that is, one whose through for a summer, which more or less ended the chance of marriage. must find expression through the pen-point. Subsequently, however, he had a very successful marriage to Mary Senator Bill Doyle serves on the Senate Education Committee Palmer Tyler, and they moved to Guilford, Vermont. and Senate Economic Affairs Committee, and is the Senate MiTyler divided his time between being a states attorney for nority Leader. He teaches government history at Johnson State Windham County and writing literature. In 1801, he and his wife College. He can be reached at 186 Murray Road, Montpelier, VT moved to a farm in Brattleboro. He became very well known for 05602; e-mail wdoyle@leg.state.vt.us; or call 223-2851. his speaking ability and as a jurist with compassion.

WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARNING The legal voters of the Town of Washington School District in the County of Orange, in the State of Vermont, are hereby warned to meet at the Washington Municipal Building located at 2895 VT Route 110 in Washington on Tuesday November 6, 2012 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. at which time the polls will open and 7:00 p.m. at which time the polls will close, to vote by Australian Ballot upon the following Articles of business: Article 1 To see if the Town School District will vote to grant authority to the school board to incur interest-free debt through the Green Mountain Power Evergreen Fund in an amount not to exceed $17,058, to be nanced over a period not to exceed 5 years, for the purpose of nancing the following energy efciency project(s): Washington Village School Lighting Efciency Project? Dated this 3rd day of October, 2012. WASHINGTON SCHOOL DIRECTORS Joe Bresette Lee Gardner Danielle Palmer Clifton Long Melissa Huntington
FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORKCOUNTY OF SARATOGA NOTICE OF PROCEEDING FOR APPROVAL OF EXTRA-JUDICIAL SURRENDER INSTRUMENT Docket No. AS-02541-12 File 30361 In the Matter of the Application for Approval of a Surrender Instrument Pursuant to Sections 383-c or 384 of the Social Services Law Concerning Childs Name: Ariana Marie Alvarez Date of Birth: August 23, 2012 TO: John Doe PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the annexed petition requesting approval of an instrument of surrender concerning the above-named child has been presented to the Family Court of the State of New York, Saratoga County, located at Saratoga County Municipal Center, 35 W. High Street, Ballston Spa, New York 12020-0600 and that a hearing on the petition will be held on November 19, 2012 at 9 oclock in the forenoon at which time you will have an opportunity to be heard. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that you have the right to be represented by a lawyer and, if you are a custodial or non-custodial parent, guardian, grandparent, foster parent or other person having physical or legal custody of the above-named child and the Court finds that you are unable to pay for a lawyer, you have the right to have a lawyer assigned by the Court. FAILURE TO APPEAR MAY RESULT, WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE, IN COURT APPROVAL OF THE SURRENDER INSTRUMENT AND TRANSFER OF CUSTODY AND GUARDIANSHIP OF THE CHILD TO A SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICIAL OR AUTHORIZED AGENCY FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADOPTION. NOTICE TO ADJUDICATED, ACKNOWLEDGED OR IDENTIFIED FATHERS, pursuant to Social Services Law 384-c: You have a right to appear to present evidence to the Family Court relevant to the best interests of the child. Your failure to appear will be considered a denial of your interest in the child and may result, without further notice, in court approval of the surrender instrument and transfer of custody and guardianship of the child to a social services official or authorized agency for the purposes of adoption. Dated: October 12, 2012 Friends in Adoption, Inc. By: Anne Reynolds Copps, Esq. 126 State Street, 6th Flr. Albany, New York 12207 Telephone: (518) 436-4170

ne of my earliest memories was of watching the morning news and seeing mobs of Iranians on the streets of Tehran chanting angry slogans and burning the American flag. For as far back as I can remember, Iranians - and Middle Easterners in general - have not liked Americans. During my lifetime, Americans have simply not been welcome in much of the Middle East. Its hard to imagine being aboard a flight landing in Baghdad, Cairo, Beirut, or Tripoli and not being afraid for my life. For young people, it is hard to believe that there was a time when the Muslim world was cool with us. And yet that time existed. Of course it did. We are nowhere near the Middle East and we arent in economic competition with them. There is no reason why we have to be adversaries. In 1975, it was probably safer to go to Tehran than to New York City. Its sad to think how quickly and terribly our relationship with Iran has deteriorated. In Argo, director Ben Affleck gives us a snapshot of the historical moment when everything changed. It was 1979 and the Shah of Iran - an english speaking, west-friendly tyrant - had just been overthrown and replaced by a xenophobic, regressive Shiite cleric. Shah is the Persian word for Caesar. And the Shah was like a Roman Caesar: arrogant, decadent, and ruthless. The Iranian people were not pleased that the United States had supported the Shah while he was in power. And they were doubly displeased when we gave the deposed ruler asylum instead of leaving him

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to be tried and executed at home. The story begins with an Iranian mob storming the American Embassy and taking 70 hostages. Only there were 76 in there. Six clever Americans managed to slip out and sneak over to a Canadian diplomats house to hide. But eventually they were going to be discovered. It was up to CIA spy Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck) to get them out unharmed. He came up with the bold, brilliant notion of posing as a film producer who had come to Iran to scout location for his next movie. The plan was to have the six hidden diplomats pose as his Canadian film crew so they could evade the police and fly out with Mendez. It was so crazy that it just might work. Argo is one of the best reviewed films of the year and I dont think it deserves it. Yes, the final hour is non-stop suspense. But there is nothing but suspense. Director Ben Affleck made one crucial mistake: hiring actor Ben Affleck for the lead role. Tony Mendez is one of the most boring, colorless heroes in movie history. We never get to know how he became the most innovative extraction expert in the CIA and we never understand what is motivating him to risk his life for these six strangers. Affleck focuses all his energy on building heart-pounding suspense. And though he does a great job, it doesnt make for a very pleasant film. After a while, I was wishing that those poor people would get out of Iran already so my heart would slow down. Moviegoers with weak hearts or high blood pressure should avoid Argo. Seriously. Argo is a good history lesson. A solid thriller. And an overrated movie.


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Vote Set for Reduced Plan to Overhaul East Montpelier Elementary

On November 6, the voters in East Montpelier will consider an updated proposal for the first significant improvements to its elementary school in over 20 years. Following the defeat of the initial proposal in May, an expanded facilities committee shaved over $2 million off the cost of the original plan. The project cost is reduced 20% from $10.3 to $8.17 million and the new square footage is cut by 30% from 14,330 to 10,000. The East Montpelier School Board unanimously endorsed this revised proposal. Significant changes include no new gym or preschool addition, more efficient and reduced administration area, a smaller expansion for the library/technology center, reconfigured existing space, simplified construction layout and fewer site improvements. A town-wide Australian ballot vote is set for Election Day and absentee ballots are available from the Town Clerk. This revised proposal reflects the Committees dedication to balance the pressing needs of the facility and educational programs in the school with the voter directive to reduce costs, said EMES Board Chair Rubin Bennett. EMES faces numerous fire, safety and handicap accessibility violations throughout the building as well as critical space shortages that impact student learning. High energy costs at the school are the result of poorly insulated walls, inefficient lighting, and other related problems. A public information meeting will take place on Monday, October 29th, 6:30pm at the East Montpelier Elementary School. Dessert and beverages will be provided, along with childcare. On November 6 voting takes place at East Montpelier Elementary School from 7am to 7pm. For more information call EMES at 2237936 or visit online at www.emontpelierschool. org.

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All members of the Cabot Community are invited to participate in the second phase of the Vermont Council on Rural Developments (VCRD) Community Visit to the Town of Cabot. The meeting, to be held on Thursday, October 25th 6:30pm to 9pm at the Willey Building, will follow up on the initial session held in September, which drew over 90 community members. During the day of forums on September 25, residents met in focus groups to share their thoughts on topics of relevance in Cabot including: arts, culture & recreation; transportation infrastructure; the challenge of poverty; economic vitality & tourism; school & community; and agriculture, food & energy. A Visiting Team of 25 representatives from state, federal, private, non-profit, and philanthropic agencies heard their ideas, and will remain as resources as the town moves forward on priorities that emerge through this process. VCRD will begin the October 25th session by reviewing a list of ideas generated at the first visit and then facilitate as residents discuss those ideas, advocate for causes of particular interest, and finally vote for issues they want to move forward in the coming year. The issues that are selected will become the focus of task forces that will build work and resource plans to move ideas into action. VCRD will return with a resource team of state, federal and non-profit leaders for a final visit in a few weeks to assist in building action plans and identifying resources, both human and financial to support the town. According to Paul Costello, VCRD Executive

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Director, Cabot residents have an excellent opportunity to help aim Cabot in the right direction on a number of issues by attending the Community Meeting at the Willey Building on October 25th. The forums held in September produced some big bold ideas. Now this meeting will help residents set priorities for action. Active participation from town residents is essential in setting direction to best meet the needs of the town going forward. Everyone is invited! And everyone who comes is equal in the process, even if they missed last months meeting. The VCRD Community Visit process was invited to the town by the Selectboard to help set community priorities for the future. Jan Westervelt has agreed to serve as Community Visit Chairperson; hell help coordinate work with committees over the next year. Jan was pleased with the participation in September, and hopes everyone -- business people, retired folks, students, and all community members, comes to the meeting on October 25th. We all have a major say, and a role in making Cabot the best place possible to live, work, and grow, he said. All residents, whether they participated in the first session or not, are encouraged to come out on October 25th to vote for issues that will become the focus of working groups in the coming year. For more information, contact Margaret at 802-223-6091 or info@vtrural.org.

Central Vermont Humane Society Wins a Much Needed Toyota Van

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802 Toyota Scion recently presented a new Toyota Sienna van to Central Vermont Humane Society, as part of the national

Toyota 100 Cars for Good program, a major philanthropic initiative in which the automaker is giving away 100 cars

The legal voters of the Town of Washington in the County of Orange and the State of Vermont are hereby notied and warned to meet at the Municipal Building (Town Clerks Ofce) on the 6th day of November, 2012 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. at which time the polls will open and 7:00 p.m. at which time the polls will close, to vote by Australian Ballot upon the following Article of business: Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to borrow an amount not to exceed $185,000.00 for the purpose of constructing a handicapped accessible addition to the Calef Memorial Library, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990? Dated October 4, 2012. Washington Board of Selectmen Scott Blanchard Donald Milne Robert Blanchard
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to 100 nonprofits over the course of 100 days. The humane society was selected as a winner based on votes from the public on May 28, 2012 on the 100 Cars for Good Facebook page. 100 Cars for Good is the first Toyota initiative that engages the public to determine how corporate philanthropic donations will be awarded. 802 Toyota Scion is proud of our commitment to the Central Vermont community, said Dave Birmingham, Owner of 802 Toyota Scion. We try and support our community any way possible and we are delighted to be a part of Toyotas 100 Cars for Good program. We applaud the amazing work that Central Vermont Humane Society provides to our community. Spaying and neutering, visits to the vet, off-site adoptions, saving animals from cruelty situations, transfer to/from crowded rescues About 90% of the 1,100 animals CVHS cares for every year are in need of at least one vehicle trip during their stay. With this new Sienna van, we can spend more time helping animals and less time having to arrange reliable transportation, CVHS Executive Director Mary Taylor said. A huge thank you to Toyota, and of course, to the community who voted to make this all possible for the animals. Were grateful for this incredible gift that enables us to transport pets more efficiently and safely. Our old van had really run through its nine lives!


By Cathy Systo, AAMS f youre a woman who owns a small business, youve got plenty of company. In fact, women own more than 10 million U.S. companies, and women-owned businesses account for about 40% of all privately held firms in the U.S., according to the Center for Womens Business Research. Clearly, the good news is that women like you are entering the smallbusiness arena at a rapid pace. The not-sogood news is that you may be facing a retirement savings gap in comparison to male business owners. To get a sense of this gap, consider these statistics: According to the U.S. Small Business Administrations Office of Advocacy, 19.4% of male business owners have 401(k) or similar plans, compared with just 15.5% of women owners. The percentage of female business owners with Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) is about the same as that of male business owners but the men have more money in their accounts. The average womans IRA balance is about $51,000, compared with $91,000 for men, according to a recent report by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Although these figures change constantly with the ebbs and flow of the market, the difference between the genders remains significant. One way to help close this savings gap, of course, is to set up a retirement plan for your business. But for many women business owners (and male owners, too), the perceived cost of setting up and running a retirement plan has been an obstacle. However, the retirement plan market has opened up considerably for small business owners over the past several years, so you might be surprised at the ease and inexpensiveness of administering a quality plan that can help you build resources for your own retirement and help you attract and retain good employees. With the help of a financial professional, you can consider some of the myriad of plans that may be available to you: Owner-only 401(k) This plan, which is also known as an individual 401(k), is available to self-employed individuals and business owners with no full-time employees other than themselves or a spouse. You may even be able to choose a Roth option for your 401(k), which allows you to make after-tax contributions that can grow tax-free. SEP IRA If you have just a few employees or are selfemployed with no employees, you may want to consider a SEP IRA. Youll fund the plan with tax-deductible contributions, and you must cover all eligible employees. Solo defined benefit plan Pension plans, also known as defined benefit plans, are still around and you can set one up

Women Business Owners Need Retirement Plans

for yourself if you are self-employed or own your own business. This plan has high contribution limits, which are determined by an actuarial calculation, and as is the case with other retirement plans, your contributions are typically tax-deductible. SIMPLE IRA A SIMPLE IRA, as its name suggests, is easy to set up and maintain, and it can be a good plan if your business has fewer than 10 employees. Still, while a SIMPLE IRA may be advantageous for your employees, its less generous to you, as far as allowable contributions, than an owner-only 401(k), a SEP IRA or a defined benefit plan. As a business owner, you spend a lot of time thinking about what needs to be done today, but you dont want to forget about tomorrow so consider putting a retirement plan to work for you soon. This article was written by Edward Jones and provided by Cathy Systo, Financial Advisor, 236 South Main St., Barre, VT 05641. 802-476-2398.



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Paul and Tess discuss downtown issues with Espresso Bueno owner Elizabeth Manriquez.

*Worked to save local jobs *Balanced budgets in tough economic times *Supported growth of our agricultural economy A STRONG VOICE IN MONTPELIER FOR CALEDONIA/ORANGE DISTRICT
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Vermonters supporting Paul & Tess: American Federation of Teachers, United Nurses and Allied Professionals Vermont AFL-CIO Green Mountain Central Labor Council National Rie Association Vermont NEA The Sierra Club Vermont State Employees Association Professional Fireghters of Vermont Planned Parenthood, NE Vermont State Troopers Association American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees United Association of Plumbers, Fitters, Welders and HVAC Service Techs Vermont Building & Construction Trades International Brotherhood of Teamsters As Mayor of Barre City, I appreciate all that Tess and Paul do at the State House on behalf of Barre City. They work hard to make sure our citys voice is heard. - Mayor Thom Lauzon

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Card Shower

The family of Bob & Nada Kelley are asking you to join us in celebrating their 60th Wedding Anniversary on November 1, 2012 by sending them a card at 3369 Vt. Rte 12 Berlin, VT 05602

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The Spaulding High School Class of 1952 held their 60th class reunion on Sept. 29, 2012 at Montpeliers VFW. There were 53 people in attendance, including classmates, spouses and friends. Pictured in 4th row (l to r): George Milne, Fred Ford, Peter Carpenter, Arthur Bylow, Orton Patch, Jim Taylor, David Deep, Eugene Galfetti and John Lancaster. 3rd row: Bert Rouleau, Patricia (Haynes) Renzello, Real Audet, David Cumming, Mary (Longchamp) Zubi, Jeannette (LeBlanc) Thompson, Monique

SHS Class of 52 Celebrates 60th Reunion

(Gagne) Alzaga, Agnes (Wobby) Ormsby, Sylvia (Morie) Pettingell, Rita (Pepin) MacAulay and Janet (Murphy) Dion. 2nd row: Ellen (Stacey) Lawson, Gisele (Crete) Hoskins, Cecile (St. Jean) Carbonneau, Barbara (Irish) Lasall, Josephine (Desilets) Chouinard, Patricia (Downing) Pellon, Diana (Abare) Pierce and Bob Tucker. Front row: Carmen (Matte) Beck, Philip Button, Rose (La Barron) Brouwer, Eva (Tremblay) Beede, Jo Ann (Pinto) Belanger and Irene (Samson) Brown.

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Annual Craft Fair

November 2, 4-8 pm November 3, 9 am-2 pm

Candies, Cookies, Jellies, Pickles, Relishes, Baked Goods, RADA, Used Books, Wreaths, Crafts, Silent Auction, Raffle, & More!


Lasagna Dinner Friday Night

5-7 pm Adults $10, Children under 8 $5


Shepherds Pie Saturday

11:30 am-12:30 pm Adults $5, Children $3

See page 27 for this weeks Anniversaries and Birthdays


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Come celebrate with us!

October 20th October 20th

When pets talk, we listen!

Sunday, November 4
46 Grante St., Barre To send cards: c/o Jane Benoit 19 Sherman Rd. Barre, VT 05641 (802) 595-2432

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2:00-5:00 PM

Last week we looked at the scarf as being a great accessory one that can replace jewelry or even the turtleneck. This we e k , l e t s l o o k at gloves - todays gloves come in many d i f f e re n t c o l o rs, lengths, textures, patterns and prints. Gloves are an accessory that can really liven up a jacket, coat or outt. Gloves are not just for the out-of-doors. These days there are gloves that are lighter weight that can add just the right touch to the wardrobe. In fact, this fall season youve probably noticed that many jackets are being made with a 3/4 sleeve. Its a very popular trend and one well have to make work, especially in this colder climate. So thats where the elbow-length leather glove comes in. A perfect glove to wear with the 3/4 sleeve jacket - or any sleeve length. Gloves are essential, so why not have a little fun while wearing them!
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Ray is very proud to introduce his new baby brother! Miles Joseph Marineau was born October 4, 2012 at CVMC. He weighed 7 lbs. 10 ozs. and was 21 ins. long. Miles and his parents, Andrew and Megan Marineau, and his big brother Ray, live in Montpelier. Miles grandparents are Joe and Ellen Smolen, this copy is and Ray and Linda Bisson of Barre Town, and Les and Peggy Marineau of Montpelier. Miles great-grandmother is from 10-28-09 Katherine Bisson of Barre Town.

Ray Proudly Introduces His New Baby Brother!

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Trick or Treat!
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Rowan Court offers safe Trick or Treating for community kids. Join us at the center for plenty of treats. Then get ready for a walk through the Haunted Hay Field if you dare!
378 Prospect Street, Barre, VT 05641

Friday, October 26
6:30 7:30 PM Trick or Treat 7 8 PM Haunted Hay Field


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Lorraine Brislin Linda Pomer Central Vermont Offices Manager,

Community National Bank
316 North Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Phone: 802-476-6565 Fax: 802-476-1185

Commercial Loan Assistant Assistant Vice President lpomer@communitynationalbank.com lbrislin@communitynationalbank.com

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Marcie Bolduc, Owner/Technician

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316 North Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Phone: 802-476-6565 Fax: 802-476-1185

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off Route 2 across the river from VT Country Camper



Regan Howard
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Jack Associates

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Community National Bank

316 North Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Phone: 802-479-7710 Cell: 802-793-7225

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98 South Main Street Waterbury
316 North Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Phone: 802-476-6565 Fax: 802-476-1185

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Allison Mann, Co-Director
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697 South Barre Rd. Barre, VT 05641 (802) 479-0937

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Denise L. McBride

Bragg Farm is celebrating 29 years in retail!


322 N. Main Street Barre, VT Main Street Barre, VT 59

Susan Quadros-Covey Co-Owner
Barre 479-0629
October 24, 2012

A Quality Family Farm Shop
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Vicki Woodard
Sales Assistant
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Stress Management and Health Coach

Kara Washburn
Office Manager

Sherry Rhynard

Hairy Situation
17 Meadow Wood Drive
off the Middle Rd. Family Hair Care SinCe 1991

Marcy L. Rochford Owner

100 No. Main St., Barre ~ 479-5300


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EXIT 8, I-89, MONTPELIER @ ROUTES 2 & 302 223-5201

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South Barre

Pam Hislop

Marie Rock

Rose Cheeseman
Office Manager

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Laurie L. Morrill
RMT, Energy Practitioner

Sarah MacKenzie
Service Advisor

Katie Tallini
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Jane Eakin

81 Main St., Montpelier


Sheila OBrien
Service Advisor
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119 North Main Street, Barre, VT 802 - 476 - 4002 Goodfellowsvt.com

EXIT 8, I-89, MONTPELIER @ ROUTES 2 & 302 223-5201

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Ann Cummings

81 Main St., Montpelier

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Business Manager

Stacey Kemp

Susan M. Poczobut Chief Executive Officer

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Book your appointment with Tonja online at www.mysalononline .com/incognito 27 State St., Montpelier

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Mary Ann Miller Loan Officer


Tonja Palmer Stylist/Colorist

October 24, 2012

Fall Decoratives Lush Houseplants

Amy L. Chamberlin
Assistant Vice President Business Services

9 AUBURN STREET PO BOX 646 BARRE, VT 05641-0646 802-476-6424 Nicole@TheMailingCenter.com

Jackie Abts Proprietor

Rte. 302, Between Barre & East Barre 479-1445

Celebrating Over 25 Years of Direct Mail Services that fit your needs.


Nicole Lafaille & Murphy

292 North Main Street, Barre, VT 05641 T: 802-476-0003 F: 802-476-0039 E: Amy.Chamberlin@Peoples.com

Judith Guild
Jazzercise of Barre
E.F. Wall Complex 135 So. Main St. Barre 249-7021
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Independent Sales Director

Inspired floral design

1667 Hebert Road Williamstown, VT 05679 (802) 433-9854 jguild@marykay.com www.marykay.com/guild

Janice DeGoosh

Now working from our new home studio on Route 2 in East Montpelier 802.223.3413


Cathy Systo, AAMS

Financial Advisor 236 South Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Bus 802-476-2398 Fax 877-405-1374 Toll Free 866-476-2398 www.edwardjones.com


Pictured, left: Barbara Connor, Director of Nursing and Sheila Trudell, LNA (right)

71 Richardson Street Northfield, VT 05663 802-485-3161 www.mayohc.org

portable palette@gmail.com

Fine interior painting & decorative faux nishes & murals

2012 VT Health Care Association Award Winners



Amy White Assistant Vice President Barre Branch 315 N. Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Phone: 802-476-4135 toll free: 800-KEY-2YOU fax: 802-476-3316 Amy_White@keybank.com

Jessica J. campbell

midstatedodge.com 1365 US Route 302 Barre, VT 05641 (802) 479-0586 (800) 340-0101 Fax (802) 479-0845

Sales Associate
Rt. 302, between Barre & E. Barre 476-8159 M-Th 8-7, Fri. & Sat. 8-5 www.poulinautosales.com

Stacey Poulin

Hyundai Sales Manager E-mail: jessica.campbell@midstatedodge.com

Gretchen Maginnis Relationship Manager 315 N. Main Street Barre, VT 05641 Phone: 802-476-4135 fax: 802-476-3316 Gretchen_R_Maginnis@keybank.com
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Service Writer
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79 River St. P.O. Box 428 Montpelier, VT 05602 (802) 223-2100 Fax (802) 229-5149 800-639-6011

Connie Berno

General Manager
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Stephanie Nadeau


Barre, Vermont

Annette Young

Lewis Computer Tutoring Lewis Computer Tutoring

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Melody A. Lacroix
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Lesilee Kirby
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Dee Lamberton

802-223-2275 342 River St. Montpelier


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Danielle Tucker, Co-Owner

267 S. Main Street, Barre 802-479-9841 www.tuckermachine.com info@tuckermachine.com

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Transformational Touch Therapy

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Cuts, Manis & Pedis

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BARRE- Story Hour. Aldrich Library childrens room, Mondays & Tuesdays, 10:30am. Grief Share. Support for anyone who has lost a loved one. Christian Alliance Church, Berlin St., Sundays thru 12/9, 6-7:30pm. 476-3221. Central Vermont Business Builders. Community National Bank, 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 8-9am. Info. 777-5419. Weekly Storytime. Next Chapter Bookstore, 158 North Main St., Saturdays, 10:30am. Info. 476-3114. Medicare & You: Free workshop for those new to Medicare, 2nd & 4th Tuesdays, 3-4:30pm. Medicare Part D Workshops: Get help during open enrollment, Mondays through 12/3, 3:30-4:30pm, register at 4762671. Both at CVCOA, 59 N. Main St., Suite 200. 1-800-642-5119.

Call: 223-7061 for more info

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5:00 PM & 6:15PM East Brookfield Church
Reservations or take-out call 276-3312 ALSO: PIE SALE!
Adults $10.00 Children (5-12) $5.00

Overeaters Anonymous. Church of the Good Shepherd, Tuesdays 6pm-7pm. Info. 249-0414. Greater Barre Democrats. Town & City residents welcome. Aldrich Public Library, last Wednesdays, 5:15-6:15pm. Info 476-4185. Barre Tones Womens A Capella Chorus. 2nd flr Alumni Hall, next to Barre Aud., Mondays, 6:30-9pm. www.barretonesvt.com or 223-2039. Barre Camera Club. Bring your photos, slides or CDs for discussion and gentle critiquing. Community National Bank, 2nd Monday of the month, meet at side door promptly at 7pm. Info. 476-4342. Play Group. St. Monicas Church, lower level, Thursdays during school year, 9:30-11am. Cub Scout Pack 717. Fun for boys in grades 1-5. Barre Congregational Church, den meetings Thursdays except last week of month when Friday, 6:30pm. Info. 476-8399. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 10. Meets at the post, first Thursday of each month (not Jan. or July), 6:30pm. Vermont Modelers Club. Building & flying model airplanes yearround, visitors welcome. Info. 485-7144. Community Breakfast. First Presbyterian Church, 78 Summer St., 3rd Sunday of month, FREE, 7:30-9am. 476-3966. Lupus Support Group. 9 Jorgensen Ln., teen meeting 3rd Wednesdays at 6:30pm, adult meeting 4th Weds., 6:30pm. Info. 877-735-8787. Grandparents Raising Their Childrens Children. Support group. First Presbyterian Church, 1st Weds of month, 10am-noon. 476-1480. Friends of Aldrich Public Library. Aldrich Library, 2nd floor boardroom, 2nd Tuesday of month. Info. 476-7550. Strong Living Exercise Program. Aldrich Library, Milne Comm. Room, Mondays & Thursdays at 8am. Info. 433-1654. Circle of Parents. Confidential support group spons. by Prevent Child Abuse VT. Meets Tuesday eves. Info. 229-5724 or 1-800-children. Al-Anon Spiritual Mtgs. Hedding United Methodist, Weds. 7pm. Central VT Amateur Radio Club. Steak House, Barre-Montpelier Rd., 1st Wednesdays, 6:30pm. Info. 496-3566 or 496-2836. Mothers of Preschoolers. Monthly get-togethers for crafts, refreshments, etc. Christian Alliance Church, 476-3221. Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings in Barre, daily; call 802-229-5100 for latest times & locations; www.aavt.org. Alzheimers Support Group. Rowan Court Health & Rehab, 4th Weds. of month, 3-5pm. Info/RSVP at 476-4166. Hedding United Methodist Activities & Meetings. 40 Washington Street, 476-8156. Choir, Thursdays 7pm; Free Community Supper, continued on next page

Saturday, Oct. 27
Route 14

Harvest Festival
Faith Community Church

Wednesday, Oct. 31
5:30 to 7:30 PM
(Toddler - 12 yrs)

Top 10 Video Rentals 1. The Avengers (2012) (PG-13) 2. Snow White and the Huntsman (PG-13) 3. The Cabin in the Woods (R) 4. Battleship (PG-13) 5. What to Expect When Youre Expecting (PG-13) 6. Safe (R) Denzel Washington 7. The Five-Year Engagement (R) 8. The Hunger Games (PG-13) 9. The Lucky One (PG-13) 10. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13) Top 10 DVD Sales 1. The Avengers (2012) (PG-13) 2. Snow White and the Huntsman (PG-13) 3. The Hunger Games (PG-13) 4. Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta! (G)5. The Cabin in the Woods (R) 6. Bond 50: Celebrating Five Decades of Bond 007 (PG/PG-13) 7. Resident Evil: Damnation (R) 8. American Horror Story: The Complete First Season (TV-MA) 9. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13)10. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 (PG-13)

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November 17 at Masonic Temple

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Fridays 5:30-6:30pm; Community Service & Food Shelf Hours: Weds & Thurs. 3-5pm. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), Wednesdays 5pm, call 371-8929; Rockinghorse Circle of Support, for young women with or w/out children, child care provided, Wednesdays 8/15-10/17, 9:30-11:30am, call 479-1086. Turning Point Recovery Center. 489 N. Main St. Safe & supportive place for individuals/families in or seeking substance abuse recovery. Providing Recovery Coaching and other support programs. Open Mon. - Fri. 10am-5pm, Sat. noon 5pm. Alcoholics Anonymous Living Sober, Sundays, 8:30am; Making Recovery Easier, Tuesdays, 6pm; Wits End family support group, Wednesdays, 6pm; Narcotics Anonymous When Enough Is Enough, Sundays, 5:30pm & Thursdays, 6:30pm; Life Skills Group, Mondays, noon 1:30pm (lunch provided). Info. or help: 479-7373. Knights of Columbus. Pine Hill Road, Barre Town, meetings second Tuesday of every month, 7pm. ReUse Stop. Barre Town recycling depot, Wilson Indust. Park; Tues/ Sat, 8-3:30, for unwanted reusable items; guidelines/prices, 775-7722. Green Mountain Spirit Chapter. National women bikers club. 2nd Wed. of month; info grnmtnspirit@hotmail.com. MONTPELIER- Families Anonymous. For families or friends of those who have issues with addiction, alcohol and/or mental illness. Bethany Church, 2nd floor youth room, Mondays, 7-8pm. 229-6219. Hurricane Irene Support Group for Recovery Workers. Unitarian Church, every other Mon. (10/1, etc), 3:30pm. Info. 279-4670. Shape-Note Singing. Singing from The Sacred Harp, no experience needed. Tulsi Tea, 34 Elm St., 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 6-8pm. 229-4008. Freeride Montpelier Open Shop Nights. Need help w/a bike repair? Come to the volunteer-run community bike shop. 89 Barre St., Mon. & Weds. 5-7pm, Tues. 6-8pm, or by appt, donations. Info. 552-3521. Womens Book Club. New members welcome. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, East Montpelier rm, 2nd Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm. 223-8067. Free Community Meals. Mondays: Unitarian Church, 11am-1pm; Tuesdays: Bethany Church, 11:30am-1pm; Wednesdays: Christ Church, 11am-12:30pm; Thursdays: Trinity Church, 11:30am-1pm; Fridays: St. Augustine Church, 11am-12:30pm. 2nd Saturdays: Trinity Church, 11:30am-1pm; Last Sundays, Bethany Church, 4:30-6:30pm. Trinity Teen Night. United Methodist Church, 2nd and 3rd Fridays, 5-9pm. Volunteers needed to share talents & hobbies. Info 279-3695. Toastmasters. Montpelier Speakeasies held at National Life, 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, noon-1pm. Learn the arts of speaking, listening & thinking. No fee for guests. 229-7455 or tdensmore@sentinelinvestments.com Grandparents Raising Their Childrens Children. Support group, childcare provided. Trinity Methodist Church, 137 Main St., 2nd Thursday of month, 6-8pm. Info. 476-1480. Calico County Quilters. All skill levels welcome. Bethany Church, Red Room, 2nd Saturday of each month, 1-3pm (NOT Oct. or May). Community Meeting. Share stories & concerns about independent living & community issues, access to health care, etc. VT Center for Independent Living, 3rd Thursdays, 1-3pm. Info. 229-0501. Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA). Bethany Church basement, Tuesdays, 6:30pm. Info. 229-9036. Brain Injury Support Group. All brain injury survivors, caregivers & adult family members welcome to attend. Disability Rights VT, 141 Main St., first Monday of month, 5:30-7:30pm. 1-800-834-7890 x106. Kellogg-Hubbard Library Activities. 135 Main St., 223-3338. Story Time, Tues/Weds/Fri, 10:30am. YA Nights: games, movies & more for teens & tweens, 3rd Fridays, 6-9pm. Craftacular, 1st Tues.; Gaming, 2nd Tues.; Lego Club, 3rd Tues.; Teen Advisory Group, 4th Tues; all Tuesdays at 3:30pm. Youth Chess Club, Weds, 5:307pm. Lunch in a Foreign Language, Mon: Hebrew; Tues: Italian; Weds: Spanish; Thurs: French; Friday: German. CHADD ADHD Parent Support Group. Childcare not available, please make plans for your child. Woodbury College, second Tuesday of month, 5:30-7:30pm. Info. 498-5928. Overeaters Anonymous. Bethany Church, Fridays at noon. 223-3079. Good Beginnings of Central VT. 174 River St., 595-7953. Volunteer Meetings, 2nd Wednesdays, 10:30am; Babywearing Group, 2nd Thursdays, 10:30am-noon; Mothers Walking Group, 1st Thursdays, 10:30am, meet at M.H.S. tennis courts (if heavy rain, meet at office). Bible Study. Christian Alliance Church, Weds., 7pm. 476-3221. Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings in Montpelier, daily. Call 802-2295100 for latest times & locations, www.aavt.org. Al-Anon. Trinity Methodist Church, Main St., Sun., 6:15-7:30pm. Info. 1-866-972-5266. Central Vermont Support Group. Meeting at Another Way, 125 Barre St., Tuesdays 6-7:30pm. Info. 479-5485. Community Kitchen. Unitarian Universalist, 2nd & 4th Sun., 4:306pm. Info. Richard Sheir, 223-4799. SL AA. 12-step recovery group for sex/relationship problems. Bethany Church, Wed., 5pm. Info. 802-249-6825. Survivors of Incest Anonymous. 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La Leche League. Breastfeeding info & support. Unitarian Church, 3rd Tuesday, 10am. Info 454-1569. Playgroups: Baby Play, Thursdays, 9:30-11am at St. Augustines Church, lower level. Dads & Kids Playgroup, Thursdays, 6-7:30pm and Playgroup, Saturdays, 9:30-11am, both at Family Center of Washington County. All held during school year only. Kindred Connections Peer to Peer Cancer Support for Patients and Caregivers. Info 1-800-652-5064 email info@vcsn.net Christian Meditation. Christ Church, Mondays, 12-1pm. BARRE- The Group of Seven: Canadas Landscape Painters. Pres. by William Tortolano. Part of Osher Lifelong Learning series, all are welcome. Aldrich Library, $5 for non-members, 1:30pm. 223-1763. Open Mike. With host John Lackard. Gustos, 28 Prospect St., no cover, 9pm. Info. 476-7919. VT Philharmonic Messiah Chorus First Rehearsal. Experienced Messiah singers invited to attend rehearsals and sing in Nov. 30 & Dec. 1 concerts. Bring your own score. Spaulding H.S. chorus room, 7pm. Barre Technical Center Open House. Learn about the programs at BTC with a variety of demos incl. blood pressure screenings, cooking & building demos, much more. BTC, Ayers St., 6-7:30pm. 476-6237. BRADFORD- Book Discussion: Seven Deadly Sins Sampler. Delve into selections from the Great Books Foundations new volume. A VT Humanities program. Bradford Public Library, 6:30pm. 222-4536. MARSHFIELD- Cosmic News: Astrology for 2012 and Beyond. Presentation by Kelley Hunter, Ph.D., an internationally-known astrologer & mythologist. Jaquith Public Library, 7pm. 426-3581. MONTPELIER- Author Reading: How Carrots Won the Trojan War. In her new book, author Rebecca Rupp shares strange & fascinating tales of 23 popular vegetables. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 7pm. Hunting for a Home. Preschool discovery program for ages 3-5. North Branch Nature Center, $5 members/$8 non, 10-11:30am. 229-6206. Artists Reception. Celebrating We Are Vermont Strong exhibit. Governors Gallery, Pavilion Bldg, 8am-4:30pm. Photo ID required. Blues with The Usual Suspects. Bagitos Caf, 6-8pm. 229-9212. Enjoy the Wonders of Fungi. With Eric Swanson of Vermush. You will bring home your own oyster mushroom spawn. Hunger Mtn Coop, $10 members/$12 non, 5-7pm. Pre-reg. 223-8004 x202. WATERBURY- When the Waters Came to Waterbury. Remembering the 1927 flood & Tropical Storm Irene, through stories, videos & photos. American Legion Hall, meeting 7pm, program 7:30pm. 244-8089.

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BARRE- Chris Tomlin. Performance by the Christian contemporary musician. With special guest, All Sons & Daughters. Barre Opera House, $30-$42, 7pm. Info. 476-8188. CABOT- Cabot Community Meeting. Second phase of the VT Council on Rural Developments Community Visit to the Town of Cabot. All residents are invited. Willey Building 3rd fl, 6:30-9pm. MIDDLESEX- Modern Times Theater. Song and showmanship, part of Bacon Night festivities. Nutty Stephs, Route 2, 7-10pm. Vermont State Archives & Records Administration Open House. Exhibits, refreshments and tours in celebration of Vermont Archives Month. VSARA, 1078 Rte 2, FREE, 5-6:30pm. Info. 828-2207. MONTPELIER- Hamlet. The Bards best known work wraps up LNTs 2012 season. Feat. original music & only 8 actors. Lost Nation Theater, $25-$30/$20-$25 students & seniors, 8pm. Info. 229-0492. Green Mtn Care Board Public Meeting. Pharmacy discussion, rate review, hospital budgets, and more. Dept. of Financial Regulation, 89 Main St., 3rd floor, 1-5pm. http://gmcboard.vermont.gov/ Peoples Caf. Bagitos Caf, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. 229-9212. NORTHFIELD- Creating an Age of Abundance. Presentation and Q&A with Dr. Peter Diamandis, chairman & CEO of the X PRIZE Foundation.


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Spaghetti Supper. All you can eat. Hosted by Montpelier Kiwanis Club. Christ Church, $9/$5 kids 10 & under, 4:30-6:30pm. 229-9444. RANDOLPH- Arturo Delmoni. Delmonis distinctive style embodies the romantic warmth of the great violinists of the past. Chandler Music Hall, $26.50 advance/$32 day of, 7:30pm. Info. 728-6464. WATERBURY- Harvest Supper. Boiled dinner with ham, potatoes, cabbage, etc., rolls, pumpkin or apple pie & beverages. Waterbury Grange, 317 Howard Ave., $10/$5 kids, 5pm. Info. 244-1192. Going to Waterbury: An Elegy. Public event to reflect on the history and closure of the Vermont State Hospital. 4 South building, art installation 10am-6pm, public forum 11am. Info. 244-4164. WORCESTER- Taste of Worcester. Feat. food by local chefs and caterers, music, story-telling & historical displays. Benefits Town Hall kitchen. Town Hall, $10 adults/$30 family/free for ages 5 & under and anyone over 80 who shares a story, 5-8pm. Info. 223-4842 or -2848.

Monday, October 29

EAST MONTPELIER- Info. Meeting About EMES Renovation Plans. Learn about the revised proposal for school renovations. Childcare available. East Montpelier Elementary School, 6:30pm. SOUTH ROYALTON- Red Cross Blood Drive. All are encouraged to donate. VT Law School, 10:30am-3:30pm. 1-800-RED-CROSS.

Tuesday, October 30


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MONTPELIER- Authors Kenn & Kim Kaufman. The authors & naturalists share their new book, Field Guide to the Nature of New England. Bear Pond Books, 7pm. Info. 229-0774. MORRISVILLE- GED Testing. Writing at 11am, math at 11:30am, take only one. Morrisville Learning Center, 52 Portland St. Preregister 888-5531.

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BARRE- Open House & Thank You Celebration. Honoring Dr. & Mrs. Terry Dorsett. Faith Community Church, Jones Brothers Way, 3pm-6pm. BRADFORD- The True Story of Peter and the Wolf. VT Symphony Orchestras annual Halloween family concert. Costumes encouraged! Bradford Academy, $7 adults/$5 seniors & kids/$15 family, 3pm. ELMORE- Native Nut Tree Workshop. Learn to identify nut trees, collecting seasons, and how to select, plant and care for your own trees. Elmore Roots Nursery, $10, 1-3pm. RSVP 888-3305. MONTPELIER- Autumn Onion 5k Costume Race. All ages & abilities welcome for this road race - costumes encouraged! Onion River Sports, starts 10am. Info. 229-9409 or events@onionriver.com Hamlet. Lost Nation Theater, 2pm. See 10/25. Nightmares on College Street. VCFA, Noble Hall, 7pm. See 10/26. Jay-(KOH). Performing for Sunday brunch. Bagitos Caf, 28 Main St., 11am-1pm. Info. 229-9212. PLAINFIELD- Knitting Class: Three Winter Hats. Knit a watch cap and see how ribbing allows a hat to stretch. Call for materials list. Blinking Light Gallery, $10 +materials, 2:30-4:30pm. 454-1114. WATERBURY- Going to Waterbury: An Elegy. Public event to reflect on the history and closure of the VT State Hospital. Art installation 10am-6pm & moment of silence 2pm, both at 4 South building. Closure Ceremony at St. Andrews Church, 7pm. Info. 244-4164.

Wednesday, October 31

BARRE- The Hoff Years: A Changing Vermont. Presentation by Stephen Terry. Part of Osher Lifelong Learning series, all are welcome. Aldrich Library, $5 for non-members, 1:30pm. Info 223-1763. Open Mike. With host John Lackard. Gustos, 28 Prospect St., no cover, 9pm. Info. 476-7919. MONTPELIER- Whos Out at Night? Preschool discovery program for kids age 3-5. North Branch Nature Center, $5 members/$8 non, 10-11:30am. 229-6206. Nightmares on College Street. VCFA, Noble Hall, 7pm. See 10/26. Halloween Costume Party. With music by The Usual Suspects. Bagitos Caf, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212. Edgar Allen Poe Halloween Spooktacular. Featuring spooky decor, costume contest, music & dancing, desserts by NECI, cash bar, more. Lost Nation Theater, $20 advance/$25 at door, 7pm. Info. 229-0492.

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BEATTY, ROLAND VANCE SR., 91, of Waterbury Center, passed away October 3, surrounded by loving family and caregivers, listening to his favorite music. Born in Campton, N.H., Nov. 9, 1920, to Vance and Lottie Mae (Webster) Beatty, he was educated in Boston public schools. Growing up, he enjoyed his winters in the city and summers in the country with his grandparents. Roland worked as a folding machine operator at the Spaulding Moss printing company for more than 40 years. In 1944, he married his sweetheart, Dorothy Edith Sciarappa. They lived in Boston, Weymouth and Plymouth, enjoyed the South Shore of Massachusetts, and raised their two children. Roland was a Renaissance man. His black and white prints, which he developed in his own darkroom and framed, won several awards in his Boston-based camera club. He and Dot were avid ballroom, square and round dancers. He had a passion for music, from classical to popular, loved opera most of all, and at 89, made it to the Metropolitan Opera and Broadway. He liked to unwind in his gardens; roses, beefsteak tomatoes and gladiolas were his specialties. Roland was always ready to travel. When he was younger, the highlight of each year was the two-week family camping trip. Later, his favorites included those to the Maine coast, California wine country, Vancouver and Hawaii. His five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren were the source of his greatest joy. He never missed a dance recital, band or musical performance, school play, baptism, birthday party, graduation or wedding. He lived independently through his 90th year, most recently in Waterbury Center. During the past year, he enjoyed living at the Squier House and at Rowan Court. He was a charming gentleman who loved life and exuded a special spirit to all who knew him, and he will be missed. Roland is survived by his two children, Roland Jr. and wife, Liz, of Florida, and Edie and husband, Jeff Kilgore, of Waterbury Center; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Roland Sr. is also survived by his young-

er sister, Roberta Glazer, and husband, George, of Cape Cod and Florida; a sister-in-law, Jeanne Sciarappa, of Florida; several nieces and nephews; and his very special chosen family members, Sheron Chadwick and husband, Bob, of Massachusetts, Elena Nugent, of Waterville, and Mel and Lori Miller, of Montpelier. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Dorothy, in 1986; his brother, Robert; several brothers- and sisters-in-law; and many of his very close friends and companions throughout the years. BONNEY, MARSHALL J., 78, died October 13 in Randolph. He was born July 24, 1934, in Newton, Mass., the son of Elwyn and Claire (Johnson) Bonney, and he attended Norwood, Mass., schools. He married Barbara Booth on Jan. 19, 1953, in Newton, Mass. He worked as an appliance repairman for many years. He attended St. John Episcopal Church and was a past member of Randolph Rotary. He enjoyed reading, animals and Western movies, and was known for being artistic. Survivors include his wife, of Randolph; two children, Barbara Bonney, of South Royalton, and Marshall Bonney Jr., of Needham, Mass.; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. CRIPPEN, AUDREY BEAL, of Rutland and former resident of Shrewsbury, passed away peacefully with her family at her side at Mountain View Health Center in Rutland on October 14. She was born in Randolph on June 20, 1927, the daughter of Marvel and Gertrude (Slack) Beal. Audrey graduated from Whitcomb High School in Bethel in 1945. Before retiring in 1992, she was employed at Howard Johnsons Restaurant as assistant manager, the Rutland Herald,
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BERLIN- Taking Control of Diabetes. Motivational speaker Ruth Charne discusses effective self-management and resources for support. CVMC conference room 3, FREE, 7pm. Info. 454-8336. MONTPELIER- Dancing with Jane Austen. Judy Chaves discusses dance in the lives of Austens characters, then teaches you English country dances of the era. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 7pm. 223-3338. Colin McCaffrey. With guest TBA. Bagitos Caf, 28 Main St., 6-8pm. Info. 229-9212. NORTHFIELD- Red Cross Blood Drive. All are encouraged to donate. Norwich University, noon-6pm. 1-800-RED-CROSS. BARRE- Harvest New England Craft Fair & Lasagna Dinner. Baked & canned goods, used books, wreaths, more. Barre Congregational Church, fair 4-8pm, dinner 5-7pm ($10/$5 kids under 8). BERLIN- Ag Finance Hour. Meet with a farm business management specialist to work on financial planning for your farm. UVM Extension office, 617 Comstock Rd., $15. Call 223-2389 for an appointment. MONTPELIER- Rebecca Padula. Bagitos Caf, 28 Main St., 5:307:30pm. Info. 229-9212. MORRISVILLE- Red Cross Blood Drive. All are encouraged to donate. VFW, noon-6pm. 1-800-RED-CROSS. PEACHAM- Peacham Corner Guild Annual Christmas Show. Small antiques, artists, handcrafted gifts, specialty foods and ornaments. Luncheon available by Market Caf. Town Hall, 10am-4pm. RANDOLPH- Woody Sed. Celebrate the centennial of Woody Guthries birth with this new play about his life, times and music. Chandler Music Hall, $15 advance/$20 day of, 7:30pm. 728-6464.

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by the traditional musicians, $40, 1-3:30pm; Acoustic Concert, $20 advance/$25 at door/$50 per family, 7:30pm. Both at Old Meeting House. Tickets at www.oldmeetinghouse.org or Bear Pond Books. MONTPELIER- Celebrating Hildegard of Bingen. Workshop about the 12th century woman, w/artwork, poetry & music. Monteverdi Music School, $20 donation or pay what you can, 4-6pm. 229-9000. Irish Sessions: 2-5pm; The Neptunes, 6-8pm. Both at Bagitos Caf, 28 Main St. Info. 229-9212. Fall Open House. Free yoga classes, massage, snacks, and discounts on class cards & merchandise. Yoga Mountain Center, 7 Main St., 9am-5pm. www.yogamountaincenter.com PEACHAM- Peacham Corner Guild Annual Christmas Show. Town Hall, 10am-3pm. See descrip. 11/2. PLAINFIELD- Sean Hayes. San Fran based songwriter tours w/his newest release, Before We Turn to Dust. Goddard College, Haybarn Theater, $15 advance/$20 day of, 7pm. www.goddard.edu/SeanHayes RANDOLPH- Mini Mud. Annual talent show celebrating young performers from across the region. Chandler Music Hall, $14/$6 advance, $16/$8 day of, 7pm. Info. 728-6464. WATERBURY- Community Breakfast. Pancakes, french toast, eggs, sausage, coffee and much more. Waterbury Grange, $8/$4 kids 4-12, 8am-10:30am. Info. 244-1192. WILLIAMSTOWN- Harvest Supper. Ham, red flannel hash, beans, squash, slaw and more. Walk-ins welcome. Williamstown United Federated Church, $10/$5 under age 10, 5-7pm. RSVP 433-5382. WORCESTER- Chicken Pie Dinner. Takeouts available. Worcester United Methodist Church, $10/$5 kids under 12, seatings 1pm, 5pm & 6:30pm. RSVP to 223-7121 or 229-6345.

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BARRE- Craft & Bake Sale. Crafts, dolls, jewelry, baked goods & more. North Barre Manor, 9am-2:30pm. Harvest New England Craft Fair & Shepherds Pie Lunch. Baked & canned goods, used books, wreaths, more. Barre Congregational Church, fair 9am-2pm, lunch 11:30am-12:30pm ($5/$3). DUXBURY- Work Hike with Green Mtn Club. 3-4 mile RT hike on Long Trail to Bamforth Ridge Shelter. Bring lunch, wear boots, work clothes, gloves. Meet at Montpelier H.S., 8am. Info. 223-1406. EAST MONTPELIER- Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas. Workshop

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GREENSBORO- Harvest Swap. A one-for-one swap of home grown and/or preserved foods. Bring items with an estimated value of $5. Lakeview Elementary, 2-4pm. Info. 755-6336. MORRISVILLE- Northeast Fiddlers Association Monthly Jam and Meet. Fiddlers and public welcome. VFW, Pleasant St., donations accepted, noon-5pm. Info. 728-5188. WARREN- Start the Conversation. Laura Arnesen of Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice discusses topics relevant to end-oflife care. Refreshments served. Warren Public Library, FREE, 2pm.

Wednesday 10/24 Barre City Council 9a,12p,3p Plainfield Select 7p,10p Thursday 10/25 Plainfield Select 6a, 9a, 12p Barre Supervisory Union 3p,7p,10p Friday 10/26 TwinfieldSchool 6a,9a,12p Barre Town Select 3p,7p,10p Saturday 10/27 6 AM Barre Town Select 9 AM Barre Town Select 12 PM Barre Town Select 3:30 PM Heavenly Sonshine 4 PM Washington Baptist Church 5 PM Faith Community Church 6 PM Barre Congregational Church 8 PM St. Monicas Mass 9 PM Heavenly Sonshine 10 PM Calvary Life Sunday 10/28 1:00:00 AM Faith Community Church 2:00:00 AM Barre Congregational Church 4:00:00 AM St. Monicas Mass 5:00:00 AM Washington Baptist Church 6:30 AM Calvary Life 8:30 AM Heavenly Sonshine 9 AM Washington Baptist Church 10 AM Faith Community Church 11 AM Barre Congregational Church 1 PM St. Monicas Mass 3:30 PM Calvary Life 5:30 PM Heavenly Sonshine 6 PM Washington Baptist Church 7 PM Faith Community Church 8 PM Barre Congregational Church 10 PM St. Monicas Mass 11 PM Calvary Life Monday 10/29 Barre Supervisory Union 6a,9a,12p Williamstown School 3p, 7p, 10p Tuesday 10/30 Berlin Select 6a,9a,12p Statehouse Programming 3-6p Barre City Council live 7p

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Carbines Clothing Store and Sewards Sales and Service. She was an official and the original treasurer of the Howe Scale Co. Credit Union. She was a previous member of the Shrewsbury Snow Birds and the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club. She also enjoyed bowling with her friends, reading, sewing, knitting and cooking. But most especially, she cherished her time with her great-grandchildren. She married Albert DuBeau in July 1946. She later married Ralph E. Crippen in July 1965. They resided in Shrewsbury for 47 years before moving to Rutland. She is survived by her husband, Ralph E. Crippen; two daughters, Lynda Melen and husband Jon Sr., of Shrewsbury, Debra Dayton and husband Charles, of Rutland; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister-in-law, Grace Beal, of Bethel, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by three sisters, Janet, Virginia and Irene, and by one brother, Warren. DAILEY, NORMAN ERNEST, 84, died October 11 at Berlin Health and Rehabilitation Center. His family had been at his bedside. Born April 3, 1928, in Barre City, he was the son of Leland E. and Bessie (Whittier) Dailey. He lived and attended schools in North Calais and graduated from Montpelier High School in 1946. In October of 1950, he married Kathryn M. Morse. Most of their married life had been spent in Williamstown and they later divorced. On May 31, 1986, he married Dorothy M. Hill in Barre City with most of their married life being spent in the central Vermont area. She died Aug. 8, 2012. Norman, for many years, worked as a heavy equipment operator in both his civilian and Army engineering careers, retiring in 1994. He had worked on the interstate highway system in Vermont and the St. Lawrence Seaway Eisenhower Locks in Massena, N.Y. NASCAR racing, snowmobiling, woodworking, country music and his dog, Buttons, were his special interests. He also enjoyed playing the accordion and the drums. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict, where he served in the Engineer Corps, while stationed in Germany. He was discharged as a sergeant in October of 1952. Survivors include his son Mitchell Dailey, of Burlington, and two daughters, Norma Dailey, of South Barre, and Patricia Bartlett, of Barre City; two grandchildren; and his sister Linda Merchant and her companion, Thomas Wood, of Essex Junction. Also surviving are his stepdaughter, Marlene Bordeaux-Chase and husband, Richard, of Middlesex; and two stepsons, Glenn I. Hill Jr. and his companion, Therese, of Alburgh, and Paul Hill and wife, Brenda, of Williamstown, and their families. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his son Allan Dailey and infant sister Beverly Dailey. DAVIS, RALPH PRESTON, 93, of Duxbury, passed away in the comfort of his home and family on October 13. Born at the family home in Duxbury on November 15, 1918, he was the son of the late Ray T. and Ethel M. (Preston) Davis. On June 5, 1945, Ralph married the former Helen Burbank in Hyde Park. Ralph attended Duxbury schools and was a 1938 graduate of Waterbury High School. He continued his education at the Vermont School of Agriculture in Randolph. Following graduation, Ralph followed in his familys footsteps and worked on the Davis farm that had been in the family for over 150 years and dated back to one of the first settlers of Duxbury. In addition to dairy farming, Ralph was also a logger, maple sugar maker, egg producer, sold firewood and often helped other farmers and exchanged work. Long active in the town of Duxbury, Ralph served as selectman for over 30 years, tax collector, justice of peace, truant officer, and had been a participant and vocal advocate on many issues from the age of 18 at the annual Duxbury town meetings in March up until two years ago. His other memberships included: Waterbury Grange #237 where he served as a member for over 50 years and was past master; served as an officer of Pomona Grange; was a member of the State Grange and National Grange; a member of ACP, an organization that provided information on agriculture, soil improvement, self reliance and sustainable agricultural practices; was president of the Washington County Farm Bureau; a member of the Washington County Field Days Committee; a 4-H leader; president of the Graves Cemetery Association in Duxbury; and a member of the Waterbury Congregational Church. Ralph is fondly remembered for his kindness and compassion; for his love of his wife, children and their families; the generosity of his time to visit friends who were ill or in nursing homes; and the simple pleasures and joy of just riding the backroads with Helen after Sunday morning worship services. Ralph is survived by his wife of 67 years, Helen Davis of Duxbury; their children, Ethel May Montuori and husband Dominick of White River Jct., Ralph Charles Davis and wife Marsha of Duxbury; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; as well as nieces, nephews and extended family. Besides his parents and his stepmother, Marion Kimbel, Ralph was predeceased by a daughter, Gloria Davis, and by a sister, Doris Flanders. DWINELL, MARGARET PEG MASON, died on October 12, in Burlington. She was born at home on April 6, 1916, in Randolph, to Edward H. and Mary M. Mason. She was educated in Randolph schools and later graduated from Webber College with a degree in business. She was employed at National Life in Montpelier when she met her future husband, Bancroft Dwinell. They were married on August 19, 1939, in Randolph and made their home in Montpelier. They had three children, Bancroft Jr., James Mason and Jane Bancroft. Peg spent time in volunteer work, but her true avocation was as an artist. She worked in many different mediums, oil painting, stenciling, theorem painting, quilting, braided rugs and hooked rugs. In her final years, she knitted hats and mittens for charity, keeping many children warm. After her husband retired, they traveled extensively; she visited 56 countries over the years. Her husband passed away in 1996. She is survived by her three children, Bancroft Jr. and wife Elizabeth of Burlington, James of Norwich, and Jane and husband Sky Yardley of Montpelier; eight grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. SUTHERLAND, MARION J. SUSIE, 84, a longtime resident of Waterbury Center, passed away on October 11 at the Carriage House of Southern Plantation in Loganville, Ga. Born on June 12, 1928, in Hodgdon, Maine, she was the daughter of the late Orman and Florence (Field) Sloat. On November 29, 1952, she married Gordon M. Sutherland Jr. in Hartford, Conn. 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Center. In their retirement years, she and her husband greatly enjoyed splitting their time between Vermont and Boynton Beach, Fla. Susie had a spunky personality and enjoyed the quiet pleasures of life. She was a wonderful cook and seamstress, and she loved music and the companionship of family and friends. Susie leaves a sister, Dorothy Bowling and husband Irma Leon of Stone Mountain, Ga.; a brother, Robert London and wife Pearl of Holton, Maine; her brother-in-law, Stuart Sutherland and wife Mary of North Adams, Mass.; and many nieces and nephews who will always treasure their time spent with Aunt Susie. She spent her last six years at the Carriage House of Southern Plantation in Loganville, Ga., where she leaves many staff and friends who have provided wonderful care and companionship. TREPANIER, GISELE B., 80, of Graniteville, passed away October 11 at Central Vermont Medical Center, with her family at her bedside. Born in Ste. Cecile de Frontenac, PQ., on January 22, 1932, she was the daughter of the late Camille and Yvonne (Gregoire) Roy. After her marriage to Albert Trepanier, they resided in Maine and East Barre before moving to Graniteville, where they made their home. She was employed at the former Sprague Electric in Barre for many years. Gisele enjoyed fishing, camping with family and friends, and making frequent trips to the Casino. Gisele is survived by her four sons, Roger Trepanier and wife, Linda of East Barre; Lawrence Trepanier and wife, Wanda, also of East Barre; Norman Trepanier and wife, Claire of Washington; Steve Trepanier and wife, Joanne of Essex; one daughter, Susie Gokey and husband, Ken of Cabot. She loved her family, especially her nine grandchildren, as well as many great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Gisele recently lost her partner of 30 years, Charles Joe Irish, also known as Papa Joe. Gisele also leaves behind three sisters, Elizabeth, Jacklyn and Angele, and one brother, Claude Roy. Besides her husband Albert, she was predeceased by one brother, Gaston and sister, Clemence. WACKERMAN, OLGA AMELIA SCHOELLES, was born in 1924, along with her twin sister, Maud, and grew up in Sea Cliff on Long Island, N.Y. They went to UVM, and then Katherine Gibbs Secretarial College and worked at NBC in New York City. Ollie married John Wackerman in May 1948, and they were married for over 50 years. They moved to Montpelier so that John could practice law here, and he eventually became a Superior Court judge, a four-term member of the state Legislature and commissioner of social welfare. They lived in Montpelier for 50 years, before moving to Florida in the late 90s. Ollie died in Shelburne on October 15, at age 88, after a brief bout of pneumonia. Over the years, Ollie worked at WSKI radio in Montpelier and ran a business out of her home handling business affairs for outof-state companies. She was a founding member of Montpelier Theatre Guild and served as treasurer for decades. She loved performing and was seen in a great many of their shows - favorites were Guys and Dolls, Born Yesterday and Sabrina Fair. Ollie exuded a dramatic personality, and brought flair to everything she did. She was very active in Montpeliers Episcopal Church, where she served as treasurer for many years, and also became the first woman lay reader. Her dramatic skills were also well used when reading the weekly lesson from the pulpit. Ollie and John were founding members of the Sipping and Sailing Society, and they enjoyed a large and wonderful group of Montpelier friends who sailed and camped together - and sipped a bit while doing so! Loads of kids and dogs and adults would converge on Lake Groton several times a year, where sailing races were held and families had barbecues and smores. Ollie and her daughters spent summers in Sea Cliff at the beach, and the family always had black Lab dogs or cats underfoot. Ollie is survived by three daughters: Linda and husband Mark Sherman, of Charlotte; Jorie, of Seattle; and Susan, of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.; as well as two grandchildren. WAGNER, SALLY ANN MORSE, 55, beloved wife, mother, sister, daughter, grandmother, and friend, passed away on October 10, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born on December 27, 1956 in Barre City, to Robert H. Morse and Gloria E. (Gray) Mitchell. Sally is survived by her husband Charles Wagner of Morrisville; her son Nathan Bartlett of Groton; her son Brent Bartlett and wife Jennifer of Bradford; her son Tom Bartlett and wife Audrey of Ankeny, Iowa; her father Robert Morse and wife Nancy of Plainfield; her mother Gloria (Gray) Mitchell and husband Joseph of Berlin; her sister Diane (Morse) Konrady and husband Michael of Calais; her brother Bruce Morse and wife Shirley of Northfield; and her seven grandchildren. Sally grew up in central Vermont and graduated from Twinfield Union High School in Marshfield in 1974. She worked for the state of Vermont in various roles throughout her career. Sally enjoyed arts and crafts of all kinds from quilting and crocheting to writing poetry. She also had a deep appreciation for nature, especially flowers, birds, and fishing. Most of all, Sally lived to spend time with her family where they exchanged humor and sharp wit. GARAND, RAYMOND H., 85, of Spring Hill, Fla., and formerly of Barre, died September 19. He is survived by his wife, Freida, of 63 years, and his daughters, Cynthia Garand, Judy Hoyt, Daryl Dubrovich and Debra Garand. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. A graveside service was held Oct. 12, 2012, at the Green Mount Cemetery in Montpelier. HAUPT, KARL O., 88, of Randolph, died October 16 at his home. He was born March 27, 1924, in Randolph, the son of Richard and Irma (Synold) Haupt. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. While in the service, he attended the University of Pittsburgh in the aviation cadet program. He later attended Goddard College before graduating from the University of Vermont in 1950. He married Marjorie Fullam on June 22, 1952, in Brookfield. He was called back into the Army to serve in the Korean War. After the war he worked for his father at the Green Mountain Glove Co. in Randolph. He later became co-owner until his retirement in 1984, then worked as a funeral attendant at Day Funeral Home. He served as a village trustee and a trustee of Gifford Hospital and Randolph Savings and Loan. His memberships included Randolph American Legion Post 9, Randolph Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9449 and the Vermont Electrical Association. He was a past president of the Randolph Rotary Club. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and gardening. He is survived by his wife, Marjorie Haupt; two daughters, Karolee Currier, of Thornton, N.H., and Kristie Haupt, of

Groveland, Mass.; a son, Kevin Haupt, of Randolph; three grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by three brothers and a sister. KIRKLAND, WILLIAM BILL, 74, of East Barre, passed away October 16 at Central Vermont Medical Center. His loving family was at his bedside. Bill had been battling heart disease for over 22 years. Born on July 11, 1938, in Brilliant, Ohio, he was the son of James and Nellie (Coffman) Kirkland. He attended Mingo Junction, Ohio, schools until his enlistment in the U. S. Marine Corps in 1957. After basic training, Bill was stationed in Boston aboard the USS Wasp and had served for six months in the Mediterranean. Later, he was stationed for six weeks off the coast of Cuba during the Cuban crisis. He took great pride in his service to his country in the Corps. On Oct. 19, 1959, Bill married Sandra Blanchard in Steubenville, Ohio. They returned to Vermont and made their home in East Barre. They have been affiliated with the East Barre Congregational Church. Bill worked in sales and was a branch manager for 25 years with the J.J. Nissen Baking Co. He also worked for the Gerson Co. and the Thomas Baking Co. until his heart attack in 1990, at the age of 51. He was very civic-minded, and his community was important to him. For 22 years, Bill served on the Barre Town School Board as the facilities chairman. He also served on the Barre Supervisory Union Board and the Barre Town Recreation Board. He was devoted to his family and cherished his many friends and civic associates. Survivors include his wife, Sandra Kirkland, of East Barre; two sons, Bruce Kirkland and wife, Nancy, of East Barre, and Kirby Kirkland, of Barre; a daughter, Tamella Thygesen, and husband, Thomas, of Washington; six grandchildren; a sister, Armatha Cucarese, and husband, Joseph, of Wintersville, Ohio; a sister-in-law, Harriet Blanchard, of Washington; nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; five brothers, James, John, Earl, Robert and George Kirkland; a sister, Della Virtue; and a brother-in law, Lyle Blanchard. WESTON, NORRIS FAT WAYNE, 83, a longtime Warren resident, passed away in the comfort of his family at Fletcher Allen Health Care on October 16. Born in Fayston on Oct. 1, 1929, he was the son of the late Frank and Marion (Shaw) Weston. On March 1, 1952, he married the former Marlene Neill in Waitsfield. Fat served with the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1957, where he was on ship supply duty in Alaska. He was discharged from the U.S. Army Reserve in 1963. A founding member of the Warren Volunteer Fire Department in 1947, Fat served as a member, fire chief and was appointed lifetime assistant chief by the department. He remained a very active member right up to his death. In 2012, he was awarded the Governors Award for Outstanding Community Service in recognition of his over 65 years of service to the department. Fat was a past member of Mad River Lodge 77, F&AM of Waitsfield and belonged to the Warren United Church. He was active in Little League for 40 years as an umpire and had the pleasure of umpiring behind the plate for his two grandsons. He worked for various businesses in the Valley including the town of Warren, Bonnettes Garage and the Waitsfield-Fayston Telephone Co., from which he retired. He was the organizer for the annual Warren Fishing Derby and was always excited to share and see the joy on the childrens faces when they brought their catch back to the fire station. He also enjoyed organizing the stringing of the Christmas lights in Warren The family of Village. An avid hunter and Gisele Trepanier would fisherman, brook fishing was like to thank everyone for his favorite. Later in life, he the many acts of kindness ~ spent many hours fishing on the prayers, cards, food, visits, Lake Memphremagog. Fat is phone calls and donations to survived by his wife of 60 Home Health. Thank you for years, Marlene Weston, of helping to ease our pain at this Warren; his son, Tom Weston, very difcult time. and partner, Karen Dettor, of May God Bless you all. Warren; his daughter, Susan Neill, and husband, Bryan, of The families of: Waitsfield; four grandchildren; Roger & Linda Trepanier his sisters Avis Gauthier and Norman & Claire Trepanier husband, John, of Graniteville, Lawrence & Wanda Trepanier and Edna Nolin, of Stowe. He Susie & Kenny Gokie was predeceased by his brothSteve & Joanne Trepanier ers, Raymond and Norman, and sister Gloria Wheeler.

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High school diploma or equivalent is required as well as one to two years related experience or training. Some overtime application form must be submitted in order to be considered employment physical examination. and weekend work may be required. A completed Norwich for this position. Must successfully pass a post-offer prePlease submit a cover letter and Norwich application to: Custodian Search, via email: jobs@norwich.edu
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JOHNSON ANTIQUES, 4 Summer Street, East Barre. Behind Vermont Flannel. 8:30-3:30, most days; Saturday till noon. Closed Sunday and Tuesday. Cell, 802-249-2525. Super Buys for the month of October, CLOSED NOVEMBER. Two Thrifty Sisters 34 Moscow woods Rd E. Calais. Furniture, antiques, Fresh veggies, hard ice cream, clothing, home decor and much more. Thurs & Fri 11-6, Sat 106, Sun 12-4. 802-232-1014

DIRECT TO Home Satellite TV, $19.99/mo. Free installation. FREE HD/DVR upgrade Credit/Debit card Req. Call 1-800-795-3579. KENMORE ELITE OASIS HE Washer, Top of LIne, still on warranty, large Capacity, $250 obo. Maytag Atlantis Dryer Oversize Capacity, Wrinkle Free, Auto Dry, Excellent condition, $150 obo. 802-793-6575 STANDARD Gas Stove, NICE, $125. KENMORE Used 3yrs, 802-439-5014

CA$H PAID $100-$300 for Junk Cars/Trucks, Free Scrap Metal pickup 802-322-5055 CASH PAID $75 TO $300+ JUNK CARS, TRUCKS FOR INFO, 802-522-4279. TWIN BOX SPRING, New Condition, FREE. 802-479-0334


2792 LOWER ROAD Plainfield Vermont Saturday 10/27 10AM3PM. Huge moving sale with vintage furniture and household items. Desks, kitchen sets, dining rooms tables, several twin frames and headboards and many other quality pieces of furniture. Rain or shine. Cash only. 394 HENRY RD, off rte 64 in Williamstown, little bit of something for everyone. Sat/ Sun 8-2pm rain or shine. ESTATE SALE Quarry Hill Storage units. Unit #38 (near main office). Two units worth of merchandise. Furniture, bedding, mattress, boxspring, etc. Also kitchen items, pictures, saddles, bridles, all kinds of horse related items. Find something you like, make an offer. Fist come, first served. Nothing will be priced, all offers accepted, but highest offers takes item home! Divorce forces sales. Some great stuff!!! Sunday Oct 28th start 10am sharp until 4pm.

Little Flock Nursery

Little Flock Nursery, A ministry of Websterville Baptist Church, has an immediate opening for someone to work in our preschool program. This is a year-round, entry level position in a Bible-based child care program. The hours are 11:304:30, MondayFriday. The successful applicant must be a team player and must be willing to receive training. Please contact 479-2067 for more details. PO Box 1; 143 Church Hill Rd. Websterville, VT, 05678 Tel: (802) 479 2067 Fax: (802)476-7834

BUNKBED set with matching 5-drawer dresser; includes two mattresses in good shape. Dark reddish-brown color on heavy pine. $200 obo 802-272-2714 FREE Large Computer Desk by Sauder. Tons of storage. 5Wx2Dx4H. Very sturdy. This will need to be partially disassembled to be removed. Call 802-272-2714 after 5:00 or weekends.

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$$OLD GUITARS wanted$$ Gibson, Fender, Martin, Gretsch, 1920s-1980s. Top Dollar Paid. Toll Free: 1-866-433-8277. CASH PAID $75 TO $300+ JUNK CARS, TRUCKS 802-522-4279. DEER HIDES WANTED Cash or Trade For Gloves 802-485-6185 WANTED: PISTOLS, Rifles, Shotguns. Top Prices paid. 802-492-3339 days. 802-492-3032 nights.

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Barre City Elementary and Middle School seeks a paraeducator to serve as receptionist in a busy school office. This is a six hour per day, school year (180 day) position. The successful candidate must have good people skills and be able to manage a variety of duties. Please send letter of interest, resume, copy of transcripts and three letters of recommendation to: James Taffel, Principal Barre City Elementary and Middle School 50 Parkside Terrace Barre, VT 05641 (Position open until filled) EOE


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Part-time position available to perform general maintenance and repair of equipment and buildings requiring practical skill and knowledge in such trades as light carpentry, basic electrical, HVAC and grounds maintenance including snow removal, mowing, trimming, fertilizing, and athletic field line painting. Preferred qualifications include: Emphasis on electrical skills/certifications, plumbing helpful; Previous experience handling heavy equipment, ability to operate equipment including, but not limited to, mower, utility vehicle, tractor and plow truck. Pay rate based on experience. Candidates please submit application to Keith Gerritt, Principal, U-32, 930 Gallison Hill Road, Montpelier, VT 05602 Application deadline: Open until filled
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CVCAC, Inc. seeks a Custodian who takes pride in their work to fill a full-time 2nd shift position working in the Barre area. This position is in a preschool environment and cleaning must be at hospital level. Knowledgeable in floor cleaning equipment is a plus. Candidate must have a high school diploma or equivalent, possess basic computer skills, be able to lift 50 lbs, have a valid drivers license and insured vehicle, and be able to work with minimal supervision. A criminal background check is required for this position. Benefit package includes health, dental, life insurance, 401K, and paid time off. This position will start in December 2012. Submit letter of interest and resume by 12/15/2012 to: Central Vermont Community Action Council, Inc. Human Resources 195 US RT 302-Berlin Barre, VT 05641 Or e-mail to: cvcachr@cvcac.org CVCAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and people from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged.
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GREGOIRES VIOLIN SHOP instrument repairs, sales, rentals. Strings and accessories. Bow rehairing. (802)476-7798. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CLARINET, FLUTE, VIOLIN, TRUMPET, Trombone, Amplifier, Fender Guitar, $69 each. Cello, Upright bass, Saxophone, French horn/Drums, $185 each. Tuba, Baritone horn, Hammond Organ, others 4 sale. 1-516-377-7907. TFN-BNE

NORTH BRANCH Instruments, LLC. Fretted Instrument Repair. Buy and Sell used Fretted Instruments. Michael Ricciarelli 802229-0952, 802-272-1875 www. northbranchinstruments.com PIANO TUNING & REPAIR DAVID GAILLARD 802-472-3205


GARAGE SPACE 11X22X20. Store large construction vehicle, campers or boat. E. Montpelier. 802-498-5365

GUNS For SALE; 12 Ga Benelli Super Black Eagle II, Max-4 camo, 26 barrel comfort tech stock $1100. 2008 Limited Edition Winchester M70 Featherweight in .270 win. Classic pre 64 action, Talley mounts $700.00. New unfired Browning A-bolt II Stainless Stalker,.270 win. with mossy oak camo stock $750.00. New Unfired Browning A-bolt II Stainless Stalker,.280 rem with Bell & Carlson Medalist Stock, Talley Mounts $850. New unfired Ciener NRA stamped .22 conversion kit for 1911 pistol $250. All guns in pristine condition. Call Chris at (802) 229-4088. MARLIN 30-30 3X9X40, $365. WINCHESTER 94 Side-eject 30-30 4X, $365. Springfield bolt 30-30 4X $315. Remington bolt 30-6 3X9X40 $335. SKS Rifle 7.62X39 $350. Others 802-223-0418 NEW AND used guns, muzzleloaders, accessories. Snowsville Store, E. Braintree, 802-728-5252. WANTED: PISTOLS, Rifles, Shotguns. Top Prices paid. 802-492-3339 days. 802-492-3032 nights.


ALL QUALITY FIREWOOD. Cut/split and delivered within a week, $210/cord in Marshfield, $225/cord in surrounding areas. Call Dennis Ducharme Forest Service. 802-426-3796/802-917-1833 ANTHRACITE COAL 5 sizes in stock Bulk & 50lb bags BLACK ROCK COAL www.blackrockcoal.com 1-800-639-3197 802-223-4385 CHOP-CHOP FIREWOOD Service. Comfort food for your furnace. Green firewood. $210/ cord. (2) cord deliveries preferred. 802-472-WOOD(9663). DONT NEED a full cord? 1/3 cord load of seasoned to dry 16 firewood $100. 802-454-8561 DRY MIXED HARDWOOD, Cut/ Split, $120/cord, U-Pick-Up. Log length poplar at the Landing, $20/Pickup load. Washington. 439-3381, evenings. DRY, DRY, DRY! FIREWOOD, Logged in 2011, Cut & Split 16 Feb-March. Stored in Old Hot!! Hay drying Barn. 5TH Year Great Success at Drying.$320/cord delivered. Barre-Montpelier and surrounding towns. Sparrow Farm E.Montpelier 802-229-2347 ELECTRIC WOOD SPLITTER 14 with Mounting table, New $195.00 Asking $95.00 obo. 802-479-1086 Eliminate YOUR heating bills. OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Appalachian Supply Inc. 802-748-4513.


8X20 STORAGE UNITS for rent. Airport Rd, Berlin. 802-223-6252 8x20, 8x40 OCEAN FREIGHT containers (new/ used) for sale. 802-223-6252.

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No. 39, and Superman and Lois Lane No. 105. -- Jere, Brownstown, Pa. A: I found your comics referenced in the Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide compiled by Robert M. Overstreet (House of Collectibles, $22). Your comics are valued in the $3 to $10 range, depending on condition. *** Q: I have a compass that is marked Lee Dawl, Short & Mason, Rochester and dated 1916. Whom can I contact to find out more about it? -Henryetta, Apache Junction, Ariz. A: Kornelia Takacs buys, sells and appraises older pocket compasses. Contact is kornelia25@hotmail.com. Check out the website at http://www. pocket-compass.com. *** Q: The handmade wool rug I have features a New England scene and was made by my grandmother in Portsmouth, N.H. What is it worth? -Sandy, Port Orange, Fla. A: If you have warm memories of your grandmother, it is worth quite a great deal. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail.
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FIREWOOD-MIXED Species, economically priced/ will deliver. Call 802-4335852 leave message. FIREWOOD. CUT, split & delivered. $195/cord. Maple, Ash. 802-476-9117. FIREWOOD. FREE range organic dry. $280 per cord at the landing in Calais. Trucking can be arranged. 802-454-7198. FIREWOOD: CUT, split & delivered. Green, $200/cord; seasoned ash, $220/cord. Paul Poulin, 802-883-5563. FIREWOOD: CUT, Split, delivered $200 within 10 miles of Duxbury, more than 10 miles, price negotiable. 802-244-8580 GREEN FIREWOOD Mixed hardwoods. 2 Cords minimum. Full cord measure. Uniform pieces. Prompt deliver. $200 per cord delivered. 802-685-4626 HARDWOOD KINDLING, Meshbags $5.00/ea. Free delivery to Seniors. 802-279-2595 METALBESTOS INSULATED Chimney pipes. Everyday low price. Plainfield Hardware/ Farm Mkt Garden Center, Rt2 East Montpelier Rd, Plainfield. 802454-1000 Open 7 Days a Week

CEDAR BROOK FARM; Cedar Fence Posts, ButterCup Squash & Storage Potatoes $1/lb, Brush Hogging, Pasture Renovation, Rototilling, Planting, Wildlife Food Plots. 802-456-1436 email-ajpalmiero@vtlink.net CLEAN BLASTED LEDGE Great road base material, Driveway fill, 16yd loads delivered. 802-223-4385 HAY FOR SALE, first cut $3.50 per bale, 3rd cut $4.00 per bale. 802-249-0504 HAY Wrapped round bale 1st $20, 2nd $25, Other $15. Square 1st $3.50 2nd $4.50 802-433-5870 SNOW BLOWER attachment for Cub Cadet lawn tractor. Fits any 1000 series: 1040,1046,1050,1554, etc. Great condition, includes weights. $500 obo. 229-4846

BAGGED SHAVINGS, 3.25c.f. bags, $4.25/bag. Delivery available. 802-757-8068. BROKEN IRON Ranch. Certified organic, 1st cut $3.50/ bale, 2nd cut $5.00/bale, out of barn. 802-839-0409 HAY FOR sale. 1st cutting $4.00, 2nd cutting $4.50 and mulch $3.00. 802-476-5204. KIDDERS SMOKEHOUSE CUSTOM SMOKE & CURE WE DO CORNBEEF ORANGE, VT 802-498-4550

BEAUDINS PLUMBING/HEATING. New construction. Remodel jobs. Repairs, service. Furnice/boiler replacements. Furnace cleanings. Odor eliminating service. Fully licensed/ insured. Leo, 802-476-3237. CASH PAID $75 TO $300+ JUNK CARS, TRUCKS 802-522-4279.

QUALITY PAINTING, Stuart Morton, Interior/Exterior, Repairs, Many Excellent Local References. 802-2290681 corsica@sover.net SNOW PLOWING Brookfield area James 802-505-5875 SNOW PLOWING*DEICING*SNOW REMOVAL Fully Insured Call Travis @ Paquets Property Care. 802-371-9293 STUMP GRINDING, Rid your Yard of Unsightly Stumps so you can replace them with Grass in the Spring. Call Randy at 802-479-3403/249-7164 for a free estimate. Fully insured.

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$ CASH $ FOR JUNK VEHICLES Paying up to $300 for junk cars and trucks, FREE Scrap Metal Pick-up. Call Barre, 802-9172495, 802-476-4815, Bob. A BAD DRIVEWAY SLOWING YOU DOWN??? DRIVEWAY SMOOTHING, REGRADING, RESURFACING & DITCHING. Crushed Ledge & Gravel. Culvert installation. No Job Too Small. Call todayand do it right the first time! Insured. EarthCare Tractor & Trucking Services LLC. Craig Isham 802-223-9783 or 279-0588 ACE PAINTING & STAINING SERVICES LLC Covering all interior/exterior and pressure washing needs. 802461-7828. ACE PLOWING SHOVELING 802-461-7828 ELECTRICAL/PLUMBING $30.00/hr. Also rebuild old lamps, dryer repair, much more. 20 years Montpelier references. 802-229-4360. FALL CLEAN-UP Removal & Full Tree Services, for free estimates call Randy 802479-3403/802-249-7164, 35+ years experience, fully insured. FOUR SQUARE CONTRACTING. Quality Carpentry, Painting, General Repair. Ed, 802-229-5414. GREEN-SCAPES Property Maintenance. COMPLETE LAWN CARE. SNOW PLOWING, Fall Cleanup; Lawn Mowing, Brush clearing, Hedge/ tree pruning, Tree Removal, Fencing. Dump Runs. Stone work and more...Call Justin at 802-883-5090/802-595-5105. HAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFTED? Contact Woodford Bros., Inc. for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN, www.woodfordbros.com MAHIC#155877, CTHIC#571557, RICRB#22078. BNE-TFN HOUSE and PET SITTER, Over 20yrs Experience, Short or Long-term availability, No Rodents or Reptiles. References Available 802-249-5787 HOUSECLEANING, HONEST, RELIABLE, IMMACULATE, Looking for houses to clean. Great references, call Cheryl 802-472-6283 leave message. LOOKING for SEAMSTRESS Work in my home. All aspects of sewing, mending. Many years of experience, Call 802-476-9635. LOUS APPLIANCE Repair, 36 Central Street, Randolph. Service throughout central Vermont. In Barre, Montpelier area all week. 802-7284636; 802-477-2802(cell). lousappliance@comcast.net WANLINGS CLEANING Service, Home & Light Commercial Services, Central VT Area. Fully Insured & References Available. Call 802-2256644, JOLLOTA68@aol.com WILL HAUL away for free: Scrap metal, old appliances, car parts, etc. Chad, 802-793-0885.

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DEAR PAWS CORNER: My boyfriend and I called it quits last month after six years together. While we lived together we adopted two beautiful dogs, Gelly and Robie. We both love the dogs but arent sure what to do. He wants to keep them, and so do I. Any suggestions? -- Janice H., Providence, R.I. DEAR JANICE: Pets are so much a part of our families these days that when a relationship breaks down, custody of those pets can cause as much acrimony as a struggle for custody of children. To many people, pets are their children. So settling on who gets the dogs can be a difficult process. Even if you cant cooperate on anything else, strive to cooperate on creating a plan for both of you to spend time with the dogs. I have friends who have set up visitation rules for their pets -- one person gets the pets for a week, the other person gets them for another week. Another ex-couple decided after several months of sharing that one would keep their three dogs all the time and the other would visit each weekend. In a breakup, pets can suffer quite a bit of stress. The dynamics of the household have changed, patterns of their humans behavior have changed, and one human isnt around anymore. This alone can cause noticeable behavioral changes in your dogs, so pay close attention to them. Gelly or Robie may seem more active or hyperactive, or eat less and not be as active. Both you and your ex need to give them plenty of encouragement and love during this time.
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Dr. Leonard Perry, Extension Professor, UVM Harvesting fall fruits at the correct stage, and storing them properly, will result in their longest life and usefulness, often for months. If you find a grower with fall raspberries, or like me grow your own, these are a special treat this time of year. As with the summer raspberries, pick when they easily pull off from the central core or stem, refrigerate soon if you dont eat them first. Make sure to wash well, checking for insects that may be enjoying a fall snack as well. They wont keep long, so eat or use in a few days, or freeze them. Rinse well, spread on paper towels or cookie sheets in a freezer, then place loosely into freezer containers. If you place into containers and then freeze the berries, they tend to freeze into one large mass. Dont rely on color alone when deciding when grapes are ripe and ready to pick. Growers actually measure sugar content (brix) to determine when to pick. You can do this simply by tasting. Ripe grapes are sweet (particularly if table grapes), many have a whitish bloom coating, seeds are brown, and clusters separate easily from vines. Birds eating your fruit also are a clue that fruit are ripe! You can pick grapes slightly unripe or green if you will use them for jelly, or if they wont ripen further. The latter occurs if the average temperatures drop below 50 degrees (F), and frost has killed the vines. Grapes store best if picked dry, and if the whitish bloom isnt rubbed off. Pick whole clusters rather than individual grapes, leaving the stems intact. Harvested this way theyll store for several weeks in a refrigerator. Many tree fruits ripen in the north in early fall. Fruit should separate from branches easily, with a slight upward twist. Resist the temptation to squeeze and poke fruit with fingernails. For European plums, such as the late Stanley or Damson, pick when they are fully colored and covered with a white, powdery bloom similar to grapes. Theyll store for a few weeks in a refrigerator. If you grow some of the hardy European pears, such as Flemish Beauty, Luscious, Parker, or Patten, pick fruit early. Unlike most tree fruits, dont let these ripen on the tree, otherwise theyll easily bruise. Apricotsripe when still firm but a blush colorare a bit firmer, but still handle with care. These will store generally for 5 to 6 days if cool, or 3 to 4 days if at room temperature. Wait to wash them until youre ready to use. Apples are probably the most popular tree fruit, with many cultivars (cultivated varieties) ripening at various times. Some, such as Baldwin, Cortland, McIntosh, and Northern Spy ripen over a fairly short season. Others, such as the heirlooms Gravenstein, Jonathon, and Winesap ripen and are harvested over a longer period. If you plan to store apples, use them for cooking, or just need to beat local wildlife to them, pick unripe. Apples are fully ripe when theyve turned the appropriate color. Ripe apples separate from the tree easily. Just make sure when picking not to damage any of the short stems called spurs that will produce next years fruit. If in doubt about ripeness, cut an apple open and look at the flesh and seeds. The flesh of ripe apples is less green, more white, in general. Seeds of ripe apples have turned brown. The best indicator, though, is taste. A ripe apple is crisp, juicy, and sweet (although, of course, the particular flavor will vary with cultivar). Wash apples and store cool soon after picking, unless you want to ripen them at room temperature or are going to use then. They should last 4 to 6 weeks in a refrigerator. Later cultivars generally store longer than earlier ones. Mid-season ones such as Cortland and McIntosh will last up to 4 months while later ones, such as the heirlooms Rome and Winesap, often last 5 months or more. Best conditions to store apples are cool (40 degrees F or below but not freezing), with high humidity. Make sure to store fruits away from vegetables, if possible. Apples can pick up a musty flavor from nearby potatoes. Both apples and pears can pick up strong odors from nearby cabbages, turnips, and onions. Keep apples away from other fruits too. They give off ethylene gas which can cause other fruits to ripen more quickly. More tips on picking, storing, as well as using these and other fruits, can be found in the Fruit Gardeners Bible by Lewis Hill and Leonard Perry (Storey Publishing).

become gritty and begin to rot inside the fruit. Use a gentle, upward twist when picking, and leave stems on the fruit. Wrap them in tissue paper or newspaper, and store cool (35 to 45 degrees F) for a week or more, until ready to eat. For best flavor, leave them at room temperature for a few days before using or eating. If youre lucky to have a warm enough area to grow peaches, such as the hardier Redhaven or Reliance, theyre best ripened on the tree prior to picking. Ripe peaches and the related nectarines (basically a non-fuzzy peach) are fully colored when ripe and somewhat soft. For this reason pick and handle with care, as they


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Dir: From the rotary on RT 302 in E. Barre, bear right and then take the 2nd right on Garden Street. Property is on right. #15 Garden Street

Quintessential Vermont village home with 3 bedrooms, 1-3/4 baths, gleaming bamboo ooring throughout the home. Convenient mudroom and rst oor laundry is a bonus. Gorgeous bathrooms on both the 1st and 2nd oors and new jacuzzi bath in the master bedroom. Good sized level yard for recreation and gardening. Barre Town, $179,900

Immaculate home on sunny and quiet 5 acres of open and wooded land. Formal living room as well as a family room with a cozy gas replace. Open kitchen plan with gleaming counter tops and cabinets. Amazing 4 car garage w/ 4 automatic doors, dbl hung windows and more. Perfect for the car enthusiast or for boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, etc. Williamstown, $175,000.

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75 Twin Peaks Rd., Waterbury Center Saturday, October 27 11:00- 1:00


Getting Dahlia Tubers, Gladiolus Corms and Garlic Ready For Winter
When the first frost blackens the foliage of dahlias, cut off the stems about 6 inches above the tubers (the large swollen roots). Carefully dig the clumps with a spade or fork, and rinse them off. Let them dry out of direct sun and wind for a day (not too long or theyll begin to shrivel). Store the tuber clumps whole in ventilated plastic bags filled with peat moss, vermiculite, or sawdust. Or you can pot into barely moist soil. Place bags in a box and keep them, or pots, in a dark, 35- to 50-degree F location such as cellar or unheated garage. Dig gladiolus corms (their flattened storage bulbs) when leaves have mostly died back much later in fall than the dahlias. Shake dirt off, cut leaves off near the corm, and store in paper bags. They are not as Charlie Nardozzi, Horticulturist and Leonard Perry, UVM Extension Horticulturist fussy about moisture and storage as dahlias, but dont let them freeze either. Plant garlic now for harvesting next summer. Purchase garlic sold specifically for planting, or buy organic garlic. Garlic bought in grocery stores for cooking may have been treated to not sprout, and are usually not adapted to our climate. Try some different varieties to see which you prefer. Break the garlic head into individual cloves, keeping the largest ones for planting. (Use the small cloves for cooking.) Plant cloves about 3-inches apart, 2-inches deep, with the pointed side up. Mulch the bed well with straw. Use crop rotation to avoid diseasesdont plant garlic where you grew it, onions, or cabbage last year. Hard as it is to do, refrain from cutting any more roses and let the fruits (rose hips) form. This will signal to the plant that its time to harden off for winter. Dont spread winter mulch around roses until after the ground freezesusually mid to late November is a good time.

Enjoy country living in this 3 bedroom ranch style home with attached mudroom and detached 2 car garage with large 2 story barn on 2 acres of level land, in great neighborhood. Directions: Route 100 to Guptil Rd. to Kneeland Flats. Right onto Twin Peaks. 2nd driveway on the left.

98 South Main Street Waterbury

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384 River Street, Montpelier

NMLS# 6339 Equal Housing Lender

Nice clean 2-bedroom, 1 bath home with open living area, all appliances included even washer & dryer, an oversized 2-car garage (with wood stove), 3-bay pole barn and.for next summer, a wonderful wide back porch (with a swing!). How great is all that for cozy comfort? Did I mention theres over an acre of land? BARRE TOWN (E Montpelier Rd) .... $105,000.


Not a collector of things? Dont need a lot of space? Like to live economically? Heres a simple solution offering your own space on your own acre. Two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, appliances included, drilled well, private septic system. Basement entry offers another room if you want to nish it. Not much energy needed to heat or maintain this cozy home! WASHINGTON (Firehouse Road) .....$96,800.


Its a quiet spot at this 3 bedroom, 2 bath, splitentry ranch with an attached one car garage, 10 X 16 utility shed, and lovely lot with mature trees and local views. Fresh painting underway, brand new broad deck, and located at the end of a short street away from trafc. Will be move-in ready soon a must see! BARRE TOWN (Panther Drive) ........$145,000.


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Paved road all the way (youll thank me in the spring!). Easy access to Barre-Montpelier area or east on Rte 302 if you are a commuter to Bradford area or I-91. Nicely private. Large, open living area graced by beautiful tongue-ingroove vaulted ceiling thats dramatic and cozy at the same time. One of the 3 bedrooms offers a sitting area, 2 baths, garage plus workshop everything you need and want! ORANGE Reservoir Road ...............$193,000.

3 Unit apartment building for sale. 2 bedroom and a 1 bedroom.Tenants pay their own utilities. Sufent parking. Short walk to the bike and walking paths. This has a good return for your investment. Brand new roof this year; in the process of updating electric. Call for your exclusive showing.

484 E. Montpelier Road, PO Box 545 Barre, Vermont 05641 Tel: 802-476-2055 Fax: 802-476-8440 claire@claireduke.com www.claireduke.com REALTOR / MLS
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Asking $147,000.

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Fred Ford 802-476-6002

22 Sunnyside Lane Williamstown, VT 05679 802-479-3356 Email: propmart@myfairpoint.net

Shirley Luther 802-433-5977

Heaviest one day rainfall: 2.51 in Waitsfield ending last Saturday morning the 18th Snowfall: none Nearest snowfall: roughly 500 miles northeast of Barre north of the Baie-Comeau, Quebec area. Global Temperature Facts For Last Week Last weeks hottest temperature on planet earth was 113 degrees Dampier (Australia). Last weeks coldest temperature was minus 79 degrees at Vostock research station Antarctica. Atmospheric CO2 levels Last two Weeks CO2 levels at the Mauna Loa Observatory were 390.21 compared to 388.64 one year ago. Co2 levels were likely to make and major jump in the coming weeks as the amounts of carbon in the atmosphere begins to rise over the northern hemispheric winter. The increase since 1800 is 113.70 parts per million. Weather Trends Ahead The flow aloft will be from the southwest late this week following a quick moving disturbance that tracks from the Great Lakes into southern New England. The southwesterly flow will likely push in milder weather peaking on Saturday. All eyes will be zeroing in on the development of a tropical system east of Florida heading north to off the Carolina, Virginian coast by Monday, Sunday or Monday. Where from there was in great doubt at the time of this writing. However this system would likely be tropical storm and possibly up to hurricane intensity and to be named Sandy. Mid Week: Warmer than average temperatures for the end of this week and weekend may bring back shades of this summer. Generally fair conditions the rest of the week - excepting for one scrappy small disturbance for Wednesday that could be enough to produce a few showers. Computer, modeling has suggested this will swing south of our region but nick southern Vermont Tuesday night and Wednesday. So, a slight threat for a few showers was possible, while

northern sections see a mix of clouds and sun. Temperatures will track upward into the 60s and might even make it into the 70s for Friday and Saturday accompanied by a fair amount of sunshine. Early next Week: Forecasts for Sunday and into next early week will very much favor the track and intensity of Sandy with two possibilities. A digging trough of lower pressure through the central and upper mid west late this week and weekend, will have a play to determine where the remnants of Sandy goes. Best case, and most likely scenario number 1: Sandy and her remnants could be forced inland into the central Appalachians via the mid Atlantic coastal states, as high pressure builds to our north over Quebec shunting Sandy or her counterparts to our south and west. But eventually, these remnants would be delivered in the form of moderate to heavy showers across parts of the Northeast U.S. Worst case Scenario number 2 (White Hurricane?): Moderate to heavy rains could reach all of New England by Sunday, changing or mixing with wet snow in the higher terrain. Accumulations of wet moisture laden snow could be more than a few inches and could be potentially disastrous in terms of power outages if it were to happen. After all this would be similar to the passing of Hurricane Wilma where heavy late October snow fell just above the valley floors, and produced significant power outages. Snow Tires? No matter which scenario may develop After leftovers of Sandy move in , cooler air both aloft and at the surface wrapping in from the southwest could reach Vermont via New York and Pennsylvania. The air mass circulating in would be minimally cold enough for some minor valley floor snow accumulations. Remember it takes only a tenth of an inch to make for a Check out very nasty morning Weathering commute.

Last Weeks WeatherUnsettled Unsettled conditions brought small incremental amounts of rainfall just about every day minus last Thursday. By Friday last week the 18th, a surge if significant moisture worked into Vermont bringing a swath of soaking rain but no flooding. Rainfalls of over 2 inches dotted portions of the central Green Mountains from the Waitsfield area west into southeastern Addison County. The Northeast Kingdom reported much less rainfall but was still wet. A dry slot opened up within the maturing storm system as they usually do and made for some good windows of opportunity for both Saturday and Sunday. Both evenings featured some scattered rain showers. Some rarer October thunderstorms were also noted across Rutland county north into the Champlain Valley last Saturday night. Thunderstorms typically fall off in late August and September, but in recent years, the odd thunderstorm has become the norm into Thanksgiving, and was likely a part of the evidence of a changing climate. The coldest day last week dipped into the mid 20s on the morning of the 17th. The highest readings were in the mid 70s over the weekend as a dry clear sunny slot emerged. Vermont Weather Stats from last week ending Monday the 22nd of October Highest temperature: 75 degrees at Randolph and Bethel last Saturday Lowest temperature: 25 degrees at Canaan, Plainfield and Randolph last Wed. the 17th

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This very well-kept three bedroom, two bath Northeld house is in a perfect location. All the original charm and beauty of this Victorian are still present including rich natural woodwork and hardwood and softwood oors. The wiring and kitchen have been updated. Full walk-up attic for storage or nish it for additional space. As you relax on the front porch youll appreciate the care, the history and the lovely house. $179,000.

This home will surprise you when you look inside. Many wonderful updates include a magnicent kitchen with double Viking gas ranges, big Sub-Zero refrigerator, high intensity range hood and lots of extras. An open design is ideal for entertaining. Two replaces, master bedroom suite has a lovely marble tiled shower, family room and rst oor laundry. On 1.4 acres across from Berlin Pond. $368,000.

Convenient and affordable Barre duplex, rst oor unit and second oor unit each with two bedrooms. Could live in one unit and rent the other, or rent both! Very manageable grounds keeping and maintenance. Priced well below assessment at $89,000.

End of the road privacy with in-town convenience will be yours in this light-lled Montpelier Colonial. Built by the original owners in 2001 this three bedroom, two and a half bath home offers a master bedroom suite, handmade replace mantle, hardwood oors and classic woodwork details. The walkout basement is plumbed and ready for nishing. Large rear deck overlooks the beautifully landscaped 3.6 acres. $375,000.

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81 Main St., Montpelier
Well cared for three bedroom, two bath Barre home with a gentle .34 acre lot on a quiet, low traveled, newly paved street. Easy walk to the high school and close to downtown. Comfortable and affordable living awaits you here. $74,900.

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In Middlesex, this home might just be perfect for you! Three bedrooms including a loft bedroom, two bathrooms and an open living/dining area with cathedral ceiling. High quality materials and nishes throughout including tile, hardwood and softwood oors. Modern building practices, energy consciousness and design. Sets privately on 6.1 acres and abuts state land. $259,900.

A great place for your expansion possibilities with this well-kept Barre City ofce building with off street parking. Also included is a three story attached apartment building in need of rehab or a tear down for added parking. High visibility location, on .18 acre. $125,000.

This one hits all the buttons. Its an energy efcient two bedroom, one and a half bath home in Montpelier. Enjoy great natural light and sunsets from the west facing windows and second level deck. Wooded 1.06 acre lot provides privacy and a comforting sense of living among the trees. All this and close to downtown restaurants, shops, the library. $198,000. October 24, 2012 The WORLD page 39

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Montpelier - $435,000
Private setting, yet close to downtown. The completely updated home features 14 rooms including 4 bedrooms. Vaulted ceilings, granite replace & a dozen windows overlooking the VT countryside from the Great Room. Guests will appreciate a guest suite w/its own bath. Impeccable attention to detail throughout. Gracious foyer opens to fabulous entertaining/ family area in the lower level featuring a brick replace w/ raised hearth, & private exercise room. Retreat after a long day to the gracious, private master suite featuring a beautiful sitting area, huge walk-in & adjoining luxurious glass atrium hot tub room w/excellent views & access to a peaceful patio overlooking the countryside. Enjoy entertaining in the large level yard complete with brick patio, in-ground pool & regulation sized lighted basketball court. Never worry about where your kids are, the gang will be hanging out in the huge lower level rec area or playing in the yard. 866-348-3998 PC #001942


Plaineld - $369,900

Orange - $225,000

Northeld - $200,000

This four bedroom, four bathroom home is situated on 5.25 acres and conveniently located only minutes to Central Vermont and seconds to hiking trials at Spruce Mountain. The bright and room interior is perfect for entertaining and the beautiful covered porch invites family gatherings or summer BBQs. 866-348-3998 PC #004622

Renovated three bedroom, one bath, farmhouse with breathtaking mountain views. Over sized detached garage with horse stall, water & power. Attached storage area with potential to add as living quarters. Close to VAST trails. 866-348-3998 PC #004862

This spacious four bedroom home was built in 1844 with character. It features storage, wide wooden oor boards, 8x17 pantry, and a large room for a workshop, walking distance to Norwich, downtown and local schools. Located close to I-89. 866-348-3998 PC #004242




East Montpelier - $212,000

Barre Town - $125,000

Barre City - $145,000

Nice East Montpelier home on 3.69+/- acres. Easy access from Towne Hill Road to US Route 2 but in a quiet and secluded location. Beautiful level lawns and play areas. So much room inside with 4 bedrooms, a formal living room and a TV/family room! 40x25 garage and workshop completes the picture. 866-348-3998 PC #005482

A GREAT place to start, large corner lot, seven rooms with three bedrooms, newer windows allow sunshine into this home and the family room looks out over the yard area. Great place to fence for children or animals. 866-348-3998 PC #006512

Within walking distance to downtown Barre, this three bedroom, one and one half bath is charming and functional. This home features a one car detached garage, covered porch, large deck, large yard, eat-in kitchen, a walk-out basement and lots of storage space. 866-348-3998 PC #004502




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