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Posted: Sunday, February 24, 2019
Don't let the realities of snow and ice prevent planning for the upcoming gardening months. Consider adding an excellent, hardy tree or shrub that must be ordered by April 1 through Chester Townscape.
Posted: Saturday, February 23, 2019
The Chester Andover Family Center needs your help. Prom Time is just around the corner and we need to replenish our Prom Wear Inventory. Help us get ready for the Third Annual Prom Wear Sale!
Posted: Saturday, February 23, 2019
The State Championships for Junior High and Junior Varsity wrestling kicked off on Saturday, February 16th. The gym at Spaulding High in Barre, VT was packed from 8AM until the finals wrapped up at 6:30PM. Excellent work was displayed, with each wrestler giving everything on the mat - coaches couldn't be prouder.
Posted: Saturday, February 23, 2019
Come to Willard Hall at St. Luke's Episcopal Church at 313 Main Street in Chester as we proceed into Lent. The traditional fare for Shrove Tuesday is light airy pancakes by Bonnie Watters and her Joy of Cooking recipe, flipped perfectly by John DesLauriers. These pancakes are topped with pure Vermont maple syrup and assorted jellies to decorate and served with sausage patties, and a bowl of joyful fruit salad, both fresh and canned.
Posted: Saturday, February 23, 2019
In preparation for our First Annual Empty Bowl Dinner in May, the Chester Andover Family Center is sponsoring a "Paint a Bowl - Make a Difference" evening on Friday, March 1 at Endless Creations. Please join us as Melissa Howe shares her pottery studio with us to begin making bowls that diners will receive with their dinner at our Empty Bowl Fundraiser.
Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
The Junior High and High School wrestlers are making great strides and powering through the tournament season! On January 26, the team hit the mats at Vergennes HS. Skylar Wallace and Brandon Bennett each nailed the first-place spot, and Donavin Sprano brought home a bronze for third place. The junior high team saw some arms raised in victory that day, including a third-place win by Trenton Rumrill and a champ spot on the podium for newcomer Ayden Smith.
Posted: Friday, February 1, 2019
Black bears, moose, otters, beavers, muskrats, coyotes, red and gray foxes... these are just some of the mammals regularly seen at the Turner Hill Wildlife Management Area, located in the towns of Athens and Grafton, Vermont. On March 9, a select group of explorers will get the chance to snowshoe through this beautiful property with expert guidance, learning to observe, appreciate, and respect local wildlife.
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