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Photo courtesy Trout Unlimited
New program will offer fly fishing tutorial to local kids, parents
WILMINGTON - Two local organizations have teamed up to provide new programming to local kids and their families, and they’re looking for volunteers to get involved. 
Trout Unlimited and Wings are...

Janine Conti in her new boutique, Janine Home & Style Boutique. It offers home decor and clothing. It also serves as Conti’s studio for her interior styling business. Lauren Harkawik
DOVER - The inventory in Janine Conti’s new store, Janine Home & Style Boutique, was shaped in part by shouts from the walking trail that runs behind the store. 
The store, which is located at 171 Route 100 in West Dover, has two entrances. One entrance faces Route 100, and the other...

Rev. Jeremy Kirk Pastor, West Dover Congregational Church UCC
This week many Christians will be commemorating the death of a first century Palestinian Jew named Jesus and then celebrating his resurrection from the dead on Easter. The challenge of Easter is always to find how this 2,000-year old story remains relevant for us today.  Those of us who identify...
WHITINGHAM- Back in February, a well-known local artist and outdoor enthusiast accomplished a milestone few others have.  Ann Coleman became just the 112th person to cross-country ski the entire length of Vermont along the Catamount Trail. 
By accomplishing that feat, she joined a select...
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...
VERMONT - The Vermont Center for Ecostudies is hoping Vermonters will pitch in over the coming months and years to help build data about butterflies in the state. Volunteers are particularly needed in parts of the valley and its surrounding towns, including Readsboro, Searsburg, Whitingham,...
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...
WILMINGTON - Gen Abate knew even as a kid that she loved spreading the joy that art gives her. Throughout her childhood, she helped her siblings get in touch with that joy by creating her own art school at home. 
“I would take my younger siblings and sit them in front of me in a row,” she...

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