Information can also be posted on the Cavendish VT Facebook Page.
Note: Cavendish’s Madi Huntley, senior at GMUHS, is on track to receive her 1000 point during Saturday's basketball game against Leland and Gray. The game is at GMUHS, 2:30pm. Anyone who can make it please attend to cheer her on. She will be the 7th player in the school history (2nd woman) to achieve this mark. GO MADI GO!
1. Cavendish Town Meeting-Candidates and Warnings
2. Cavendish Related News
3. My Cavendish Album
4. Cavendish Historical Society Annual Meeting
5. Rusty Belle Raises the Roof in Proctorsville
6. Feeling the Love in Cavendish-Valentine’s Day7. Events
The Town Report will be first on the agenda for the March 3 Town Meeting. The grand total for the town budget for FY 2014 is $1,284,190. This is a 1.817% increase over last year’s budget. Town Meeting will be at 7 pm in the multi purpose room of the Cavendish Town Elementary School, with voting for elected officials taking place on March 4 at the school from 10-7.
• Exempt the Fletcher Farm Foundation from taxes for the next five years.
• Town and School Moderator: Will Hunter
• Town Clerk/Treasurer: Diane McNamara
• Select Board 3 year term: Bob Glidden
• Select Board two 1 year terms: No petitions received
• Lister 3 year: Ginny Garrow
• Auditor 1 year: Peter LaBelle
• Librarian Trustee 1 Year: Julia Gignoux
• Librarian Trustee 5 year: Janelle Wilfong
• CTES School board Two 1 year terms: Barbara Dickey and Brenda Gregory
• CTES School board 3 year term: No petitions received
• GMUHS Board 1 year term: Stewart Lindberg
• Town Grand Juror: Mabel Ward
• Town Constable: Seth Perry
• Cemetery Commission 3 year term: Brian Pelky
• Cemetery Commission 4 year term: Barry Stearns
• Cemetery Commission 5 year term: Gail Woods
Trailer Found: Last week a trailer was stolen from a residence on Tarbell Hill. On Jan. 24, the owners received a call from the State Police. The trailer was found in a storage unit at Downer’s. Thanks to all who shared this information through their various social networks.
VT Attorney General Warns Vermonters About Facebook Scam: Officials say the scammer gains access to an a person's Facebook account and then sends a message to the "friends" saying their names are on the U.S. Treasury Department's unclaimed funds list. The message has an email address and phone number to call. When contacted, the scammer asks the consumer to wire money to pay for taxes and fees to get the cash. The attorney general says the scammer has accessed at least one Vermont legislator's Facebook account and contacted the "friends." The office says any Facebook message about unclaimed funds is a scam. It says the Vermont Treasurer's Office has an unclaimed property program but does not send Facebook messages, emails or letters to consumers. WCAX
Facebook has been a great way for people to reconnect and there are many discussions taking place on the Cavendish VT Facebook page. Some people have been posting photographs from their family albums as well as pictures they took when they were growing up. Unfortunately, not everyone is on-line and many would love to see and share their own photographs and stories.
The Cavendish Historical Society (CHS) Annual Meeting will take place on Feb. 23 (Sunday), 5 pm at the Cavendish Town Elementary School in Proctorsville. There will be a pot luck supper starting at 5 pm, followed by a short business meeting. At approximately 6 pm we will be showing the film Freedom and Unity: The Vermont Movie- Part 1 A Very New Idea Part One explores the roots from which the future state of Vermont grew. Samuel de Champlain steps into a canoe, paving the way for Yankee immersion into native culture. We look at early settlement, native peoples’ resistance, and the little-known history of African American settlers. Pioneer rebel Ethan Allen leads the struggle for independence, resulting in Vermont’s radical constitution- the first to outlaw slavery. Finally, Vermont’s heroic role in the Civil War reminds us that, despite occasional missteps, Freedom & Unity— Vermont’s state motto—continues to chart the state’s course into the present. In the event of snow, the meeting will be rescheduled. For more information 802-226-7807 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scribbler II, CHS’s newsletter, winter 2014 edition is now available on-line.
The homegrown, eclectic and gloriously edgy Rusty Belle band will usher in a big change in the Raise the Roof Concert Series when its live music moves from Sunday afternoons to Saturday nights. The group is known for its genre-busting mix of folk-pop-rock-country-blues music that fills the seats in venues large and small across the country. On Saturday February 15 at 7:00 p.m. Rusty Belle will pack tiny Gethsemane Church in Proctorsville and raise the roof with their musical artistry and sparkling wit. Brother and sister Matt and Kate Lorenz return to their hometown for this special concert, joined by Zak Trojano. Guitar, percussion and instruments crafted from found materials provide the energy that moves lead singer Kate Lorenz's dusky voice through music filled with humor, soul, whimsy and originality that keeps on surprising. The price of $10.00 will buy you a seat and the great feeling that comes with supporting high quality live music in an intimate venue. Learn more about Rusty Belle at www.rustybelle.com and "like" the concert series on Facebook at Raise the Roof Concert Series. Put it on your calendar--this is a concert not to be missed! FMI: 226-7497.
With two weeks until Valentine’s Day, consider shopping locally for that special Valentine. Crows’ Bakery will have a variety of special sweet treats, while Glimmerstone is hosting a special Valentine’s dinner for two-5 course meal with champagne or wine, roses and live music. Gift certificates to a Six Loose Ladies Class or Fletcher Farm are ideal for the crafty Valentine. Don’t forget flowers from Marion’s. Check out the on-line Cavendish Business directory for more gift certificate ideas.
“Feel the love” and hug somebody in Cavendish.
This week, the following activities will be taking place:
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• Events listed by day
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