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Annual Spring Polish Dinner in West Rutland

West Rutland's Annual Spring Polish Dinner will be held at St. Stanislaus Parish Hall in West Rutland on Sunday, April 26.

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Bringing helping hands to Eleuthera

North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church members participated in the church’s first international service mission trip.

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Hands-to-Honduras: Shelburne group aids the smallest

Parents of newborn babies are accustomed to tiny hats landing on the heads of their new prodigy, but in a poor nation struggling to provide basic items that help with survival, those small comfort items can go unnoticed.

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Pro-Life advocate, author was former Planned Parenthood director

On Saturday, Jan. 17, in Montpelier, Addison County Right to Life members will walk behind 98-year-old banner carrier Lucien Paquette of Middlebury...

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Acclaimed film on addiction recovery screens in Middlebury

"The Anonymous People" film screening: Thursday, Jan. 15, 7 p.m., at the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society (CVUUS), 2 Duane Court in Middlebury.

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Miss American Pie: Cornwall author to discuss good, old-fashioned pies

Anne Haynie Collins, author of the new book "Vintage Pies: Classic American Pies for Today’s Home Baker," will serve up an oral and gustatory tour of pies dating back to the 17th century on Saturday, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m. at the Cornwall Congregational Church.

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Hinesburg-area women gather to sew goods for elderly

Call it a creative outlet for nearly one dozen community members, but the Helping Hands Sewing Ministry fulfills the creative drive of its participants, but also provides items older people need.

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Vergennes congregation welcomes new pastor

Rev. Mike Oldham believes he was born to be a pastor. The 46-year-old Massachusetts native is now at the helm of the Assembly of God Christian Center and has been so for just over one month.

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Church now heats with Vermont-sourced wood pellets

If you consider Vermont’s places of worship, many with tall ceilings and large open gathering spaces, probably the biggest siphon of parishioners’ weekly collections—especially during the cold months—is heating oil

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Letter to the Editor: Healing service in Rutland

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish will host a special healing service on Monday, Nov. 17, at 18 Lincoln Ave. in Rutland, starting at 7 a.m.

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Volunteers help local families in crisis

The Town of Charlotte is known for its close-knit community, lush fields, rich agricultural history and storied mom and pop stores, whose operations span generations.

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"Blessing of the Animals" event planned by the Rutland County Humane Society

In honor of the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, the Rutland County Humane Society and Father Liam Muller of Trinity Episcopal Church will host the Blessing of the Animals

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Charlotte faithful reach out in joyful, sorrowful times

In her role as chairwoman for the Faith in Action group at Charlotte’s Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Parish, Eileen Curtis has enjoyed a front row seat for some of the church’s events.

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Middlebury College’s carillons will ring in July 4

The sound of American freedom will ring loud and clear on the Middlebury College campus starting this July 4. This year’s Independence Day will kick off the summer-long beautiful sounds of ringing bells of the 29th annual Middlebury College Carillon Series.

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Church members spiff up Bristol house

Members of the North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church (NFUMC) volunteered recently to improve the appearance of one of the John Graham Shelter’s (JGS) sites for transitional housing.

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