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Champlain College awards local students

Champlain awards local students

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VUHS selects Boys-Girls State delegates

The Vergennes American Legion Post 14 will be sponsoring four VUHS delegates to the Green Mountain Boys’ State held June 15-20 on the campus of Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont: Dana Ambrose, Erik Eisenhower, Liam Hayes, and Lucas Paquin.

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Giant termite mound illustrates nature's sustainable housing

Vermont's Montshire Museum of Science

A giant African termite mound, on display at Vermont’s Montshire Museum, illustrates nature’s way of making efficient, sustainable living.

Teacher provides educators with quick path to licensure

An accelerated eight-month teacher licensure program has been the savior for many Vermonters in recent years.

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Students win Skills USA awards

It was a competition of olympic proportions. Students trained for months in a particular event, and then competed with their peers for the chance to earn Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals. The event depicted here is the Vermont Skills USA Competition which was held April 3-4 in Burlington.

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Aurora School to present play about immigration in Vermont

Aurora Middle School will present its spring play on Wednesday, April 16, at 6:30 p.m., at the Memorial Baptist Church on South Pleasant Street in Middlebury.  

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MUHS Wellness Day for body, mind, spirit

Middlebury Union High School’s Wellness Day was such a hit with faculty, staff and students last year that it made an ever bigger 2014 return engagement April 9.

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Middlebury concert to feature accompanied Bach works

Middlebury Bach Festival

Award-winning cellist Sophie Shao will return with special guest violinist Soovin Kim on Friday, April 25, to perform a program of unaccompanied Bach works as the opening concert of the fourth Middlebury Bach Festival.

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Birchmore receives DAR Good Citizen’s Award

Each year a Vergennes Union High School senior is chosen for the DAR Good Citizen’s Award by faculty members nominating three seniors and then the senior class elects one of those three as Good Citizens.

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Rutland conference will explore American horror genre

The College of St. Joseph in Rutland will hold its third annual Popular Culture Conference, “American Horror from the Great Depression to the Great Recession,” April 11-12, on the CSJ campus.

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Free CCV course for supervisors

The Community College of Vermont in Middlebury is offering a free, three-credit undergraduate course, "Principles of Supervision", on Tuesday evenings, May 20–Aug. 5, 5– 8:15 p.m. Employers and employees are invited.

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Got work? Addison County Job Fair

The Vermont Department of Labor is pleased to announce that the Middlebury Office is once again coordinating the Addison County Job Fair which will be held on Wednesday, April 30, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the American Legion Post 27, 49 Wilson Rd. in Middlebury. This event is free to all employers and attendees.

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Seattle Seahawks’ Super Bowl champ Hauschka to visit Middlebury

Seattle Seahawks’ kicker and Super Bowl Champion Steven Hauschka will visit his alma mater April 17-18.

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Rokeby seeks volunteers to help tell museum's historic story

The Rokeby Museum celebrates volunteers every April – National Volunteer Month – with an orientation session for new recruits. Join the museum staff on Saturday, April 19, at 10 a.m. to check out the opportunities.

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Addison County poets to gather

On Wednesday, April 9. at 6:30 p.m., the Sheldon Museum will present “Poets as Historians” with five area poets celebrating Poetry Month and Vermont History.

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