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Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Looking for a new direction in your education? Compass School in Westminster Vermont is a vibrant learning community for grade 7-12 dedicated to the success of every student. We offer a balance of rigorous academics and real-world engagement, and everything we do is structured to challenge, stretch, and support emerging learners and leaders.
Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
The Whiting Library, in cooperation with AARP Vermont's Fraud Watch Network, will host a timely presentation, Scams, Fraud and Con Artists: Coming to a Computer Near You, at 117 Main Street, Chester, VT, on March 23rd. The 11:00 am program will identify the current scams and tactics being used today and provide helpful tips on staying out of the grip of con artists. The program is free and is appropriate for all ages.
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2019
They say "It takes a village," and that was no more true than the weekend of March 2nd and 3rd, as over 300 grapplers from around New England descended upon Riverside Middle School's gymnasium. The Springfield, VT Wrestling Team hosted two back-to-back events: the Schweitzer Memorial K-8 tournament on Saturday for boys and girls, and the Precision Valley Classic K-12 all-girls championship on Sunday.
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2019
The NEW Prom Room is open for business! The Chester Andover Family Center is hosting a community service event for area teens to find their perfect prom outfit. On Wednesday, March 20, the CAFC will open the new GLAM Prompalooza Room from 3-6PM for Prom Shopping. We have a large selection of prom wear for girls and guys, including over 100 dresses, suits and tuxedos.
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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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