Tag Archives: welcomes

Killington welcomes mountain biking “divas”
Sports
July 27, 2017

Killington welcomes mountain biking “divas”

Vermont’s Killington Resort, a four season destination and home of the Killington Bike Park, announces the return of Killington Divas of Dirt, an initiative led by Pro Downhill/Enduro Racer Amy Alton and the Killington Bike Park to foster the community of passionate female mountain bikers.

News Briefs
July 26, 2017

Habitat for Humanity welcomes new board members

RUTLAND—Chris Heintz, president of Habitat for Humanity’s Rutland County affiliate, announced last week that Jenna Watson and John Braun have recently accepted the Rutland board’s invitation to join.

“We look forward to working with Jenna and John and know they will contribute a lot to…

Honor society welcomes new members
Local News
May 18, 2017

Honor society welcomes new members

On Thursday, May 11, friends and families gathered at the Rutland High School Theater to honor the 2017 inductees to the National Technical Honor Society. Every year Stafford Technical Center inducts students to the society who have met the criteria of an 88 or better…

KPAA welcomes new staff, bids farewell to Neisner
Local News
May 3, 2017

KPAA welcomes new staff, bids farewell to Neisner

KILLINGTON—The Killington Pico Area Association (KPAA) has hired a new staff member in time for the busy summer season. Alexis King, from Pittsfield, Mass., is filling the role of membership and events assistant. After growing up in the hills of Berkshire County, Mass., she moved…

Arts guild welcomes spring with new exhibit

Arts guild welcomes spring with new exhibit

Friday, May 5, 5 p.m.—BRANDON—The Brandon Artists Guild (BAG) welcomes spring with a new exhibit of floral photographs by Richard Conrad and wildlife woodcarving by William Barnard. The show, “Fish, Fowl & Flowers” runs May 3-June 27. An opening reception will be held May 5,…

VFFC welcomes United Nations delegates, shares successes
Local News
April 5, 2017

VFFC welcomes United Nations delegates, shares successes

By Polly Lynn Mikula

RUTLAND—On Saturday, April 1, a few United Nations delegates wandered through the vendors at the Vermont Farmers Food Center (VFFC) in Rutland tasting a variety of Vermont products including fresh maple syrup, maple candy, apple cider, guacamole and jams, among other…

SVM welcomes master knitter Carolyn Webb

SVM welcomes master knitter Carolyn Webb

Saturday, April 1, 2 p.m.—GRANVILLE, N.Y. – The Slate Valley Museum is excited to host Knitting in America, a lecture with Carolyn Webb Saturday, April 1 at 2 p.m. The talk will give a history of the craft and how it affected the home front. Did…