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Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2020
In just a few weeks Chester Townscape volunteers will start planting annuals in numerous large pots and bridge boxes, as well as the landscaped areas at the Brookside Cemetery, Information Booth on Main Street, and Gazebo at the Village Green. Those areas will enliven the somber Coronavirus lockdown and let everyone know that Chester is getting ready for return to the more normal life we love.
Posted: Saturday, April 18, 2020
The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce (OVRCC) has compiled a list of members offering online shopping opportunities during this COVID-19 Pandemic. The public is invited to help support these businesses by shopping online as well as purchasing gift cards or gift certificates from them.
Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
While Whiting Library has been closed, we have checked-in all those things you returned, and cancelled your fines. We have followed protocols to keep contaminants out of the library by isolating all incoming items like books, magazines, DVDs and mail. Everything in the library that could be cleaned, has been, and the only people in the library since April are three staff members observing distancing. When you return you can be assured that the books and movies, magazines and cds, including those in the book sale are free of "outside" contact. All indications state-wide show that the sacrifices being made by Vermonters are having a positive impact on the health and future well being of all.
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