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Posted: Wednesday, December 16, 2015
The Rotary Club of Chester, VT welcomes Lisa Mobus, English and Social Studies teacher at Riverside Middle School, as the First Thursday speaker on Thursday, January 7th from 5:30-6:30PM at the Fullerton Inn. There is no charge and no RSVP is required.
Posted: Thursday, December 10, 2015
St. Luke's Episcopal Church at 313 Main Street in Chester invites you to worship with us on any Sunday but especially for the special Advent and Christmas services.
Posted: Friday, December 4, 2015
Do you know what to do when someone is having trouble breathing? Or having a diabetic emergency? Or when you come upon a car accident? Emergency Medical Responders, known as EMRs, learn how to deal with these emergencies and many more. With this knowledge, you will be better equipped to help family, friends and your community with medical problems and other emergencies.
Posted: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Thanks to a trio of Dartmouth College film students, the Black River Action Team now has a way to tell their story in video. After many trips to Springfield over a six-week period this fall, the students Alex Moushey, Katie Toal, and Lily Morrison assembled a ten-minute documentary outlining the BRAT's mission. Picturesque scenes of the river are interspersed with footage of a half-dozen BRAT volunteers conducting a variety of projects, from water quality monitoring, and shopping cart retrieval, as well as an ongoing project learning about contamination and mitigation options at an old Brownfield site along the river, done in partnership with Springfield Regional Development Corporation.
Lew Watters "Lone Apple Tree"
I have a selection of limited edition prints of the Chester Village Green, the Stone Village and historic village vignettes framed and unframed.
Call Lew Watters at 802.875.2114 or email [email protected].
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