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WILMINGTON- The C. C. Haynes Fund was established with a bequest to the inhabitants of the town of Wilmington from the late Clinton C. Haynes to be used “for the benefit of agriculture in said town.”  
The fund offers two annual scholarships, up to $1,000, with preferences given to people...
WILMINGTON- The Boyd Family Farm is in its 10th year offering modified Community Supported Agriculture, in the form of a farm member card or farm credit.
The programs eliminate the worry of whether a family will use all of the vegetable varieties and or amounts on a specific day or a given...
A group of CCC enrollees at the Wilmington camp enjoying a day off from work by snowshoeing. The camp was located on Route 9 east of Wilmington near  Larson Road and not far from the present Molly Stark State Park. The camp was established on July 5,1935 and closed September 29, 1937.  			        Photo courtesy Richard Hamilton
A group of CCC enrollees at the Wilmington camp enjoying a day off from work by snowshoeing. The camp was located on Route 9 east of Wilmington near Larson Road and not far from the present Molly Stark State Park. The camp was established on July 5,1935 and closed September 29, 1937. Photo courtesy Richard Hamilton
VERMONT-  Marty Podskoch is a retired teacher and the author of three CCC books on Adirondack, Connecticut, and Rhode Island Civilian Conservation Corps camps
He is presently gathering information on the CCC camps in Vermont and Massachusetts for future books. Podskoch is keenly interested...

Pinwheels on the lawn of the Vermont Statehouse.
MONTPELIER- On Tuesday, April 4,  Gov. Phil Scott signed a declaration naming April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Vermont.
PCAVT and the Vermont Department for Children and Families, recognize that all community members have a role in ensuring children have positive experiences and...
SOUTHERN VERMONT- Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation is partnering with SCORE NH-VT to help leverage its strong national business assistance program to assist Windham County entrepreneurs.  SCORE works through a program of volunteers who are trained to work one-on-one with entrepreneurs...
TOWNSHEND–  Grace Cottage Hospital has joined a nationwide initiative to improve health care specifically for older adults.  
The Age-Friendly Health Systems Initiative is helping hospitals and other care settings implement a set of evidence-based interventions specifically designed to...

Kelly Kahler next to a map of the cross-country trails he created and maintained at Timber Creek. The map was made by the late Skip Morrow, who was a good friend of Kahler’s. Lauren Harkawik
Kelly Kahler retiring from the cross-country ski business
DOVER - Kelly Kahler is in the process of hanging up his cross-country skis. He’s closing up shop at Timber Creek, where he’s run a cross-country ski program and has maintained cross-country ski rentals and trails...
Laura Stevenson
Laura Stevenson
Vermont- Rootstock Publishing recently announced three books, and two by Vermont authors, from their 2022 publication year have been named finalists in the 25th annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.
“All Men Glad and Wise,” a mystery by Laura C. Stevenson, of Wilmington, placed...
DOVER- The Deerfield Valley Lions Club has been given the opportunity to fundraise and support the local business.  Please join them at American Flatbread,  183 Route 100, on Tuesday, March 21, from 4 to 9 pm.
A portion of every flatbread sold that evening will be donated to the Lions Club...
Windham County Jail
Windham County Jail
NEWFANE- Windham County assistant judges Lamont Barnett and Carolyn Partridge and the Historical Society of Windham County  have reached an agreement to lease the historic Windham County Jail building to the historical society.  As a contributing resource in the Newfane Village historic district...

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