Write-in Scott Baughman for Sherburne Riverside Cemetery Commission

Dear Editor,

On March 5, 2024, Election Day in Killington, Scott Baughman will be a write-in candidate to fill a vacancy on the Sherburne Riverside Cemetery Commission. Scott has the full support of Truman Bate and Paul Holmes, the current members of the cemetery commission. We ask that the citizens of Killington support Scott with your write-in vote.

Scott Baughman moved to Killington in 2020 with his wife Lisa Ransom, who is the vicar and executive director at Mission Farm. Scott, a father of three grown children, also has two dogs that warmly welcome those passing by on Mission Farm Road. He previously managed mechanical operations at both the Country Club of Vermont and Stowe Country Club.

More recently, Scott owned Grow Compost of Vermont in Waterbury, Vermont. He now works on various agricultural projects, supports initiatives at Mission Farm, and manages properties across the state. In his leisure time, Scott enjoys mechanical projects with his sons and watching local car races. Scott is enthusiastic about contributing to the Cemetery Commission.

Please write-in Scott Baughman for Cemetery Commissioner on the Town of Killington ballot.

Truman Bates and Paul Holmes, Killington

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