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Building Community Group ProjectsThe Tile project is nearing completion. The first picture is of the new library bulletin board which has tiles depicting Stamford memories embedded in the frame and made by community members. The second picture is a large tile plaque on the front … Continue reading
We will hold our second Wreaths Across America ceremony for Stamford Cemeteries on Sunday December 15th with a short ceremony at the school followed by laying of wreaths on all of our veterans’ graves in Houghton and Millard cemeteries. The … Continue reading
This year’s speaker at the Elizabeth and Lawrence Vadnais Environment Lecture Series will be none other than Bill McKibben – world renowned author, environmentalist, and activist. For those of you who have been to the lecture series in the past, … Continue reading
Saturday October 26th and Sunday October 27th from 10:00am to 4:00pm each day at the Stamford School, 986 Main Road, Stamford, VT. Come browse the many handmade gifts, candles and homemade baked goods. Make plans to join us for lunch, prepared … Continue reading
Pat Sullivan’s UpdateIn an effort to keep people in the loop, I wanted to share a couple of tile pictures with you and update you on the progress of the tile project. The tiles are all finished and housed in Victoria … Continue reading
From the SelectboardACT 46 SCHOOL MERGER The Selectboard reviewed an article that appeared in the Deerfield Valley News recently. Members of the newly formed Readsboro Halifax school union discussed dissolving the union district and going back to two separate schools. … Continue reading
Massachusetts is encouraging Clarksburg to think bigger than just merging across the state line. Read the iBerkshires.com come story here