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Top Stories for Tuesday March 7, 2006

Local V.F.W. Post To Partner With Dog Team Tavern
By Mike Cameron
    It is a well positioned event facility here in Addison County and perhaps one of the area's best kept secrets.  But the word is getting out from many satisfied customers.  The V.F.W. Post 7823 banquet hall is an excellent place to rent for your next event and it's about to get even better according to Post Commander,  Bub Crosby.  "We are discussing more extensive utilization of the facility.  We can accommodate up to 250 people comfortably in a nice atmosphere.  [ more ]

Mount Abe Graduate’s Book Aims to Help Both Creators and Lovers of Vermont Art
By Ed Barna
    There's a Robert Frost poem titled "Revelation" in which he remarks that in games of hide-and-seek, "all who hide too well away/ Must speak and tell us where they are."
    That has been the plight of many artists who have found peace, quiet and natural surroundings in the Vermont hills, but who have found it difficult to make themselves known to potential purchasers of their works. Lately they have gained two allies: Mount Abraham Union High School 1992 graduate Ric Kasini Kadour and his collaborator and partner Christopher Byrne, creators and publishers of The Vermont Art Guide.  [ more ]

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