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It’s A Green Light for a Season of Home Improvement Projects
By Cookie Steponaitis
    All of us have a list. You know the one! It includes your home improvement projects and they are listed under three categories - like, want and need. Spring for homeowners brings a fresh resolve to complete projects on that never ending list and with gas prices soaring to the near $4.00 a gallon mark, it makes staying home all the more appealing. So, what are you waiting for? As Vermont greens, the days lengthen and the rays of the sun warm our hearts and minds, Vermonters are gearing up for a season of home improvements.
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Listening To The Heartbeat Of History
By Cookie Steponaitis
      Every nation has a heartbeat, a pulse that resonates with the messages of the past and the promise of the future. Americans who listen to that heartbeat can learn about the past and the common denominators present in all of us. They can harness that power and use it to move the country forward. Twenty three VUHS travelers experienced four fast paced days and did just that.
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Middlebury Fitness Has New Majority Owner
By Marcie Bolton
   Middlebury Fitness has a new majority owner who is very excited to be working back in town.  Jerrod Rushton, of Cornwall, has been in the business of health and fitness for close to fifteen years.  Twelve of those years were spent at Vermont Sun and most recently Jerrod was Director of the Rehab Gym in Colchester, Vermont.  When Mr. Rushton heard of the possibility of co-owning a gym, not to mention one in Addison County, he jumped at the idea. 
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Yoga In The Classroom
By Marcie Bolton
   Stretching in a group setting while breathing and working the muscles does not really seem like work for the kids in E-13 at Mary Hogan School.  It is a great deal of fun when local Yogi Prem Prakash teaches them.  Prem has been involved with teaching the multi-age children all different types of moves, from downward dog to the lion for multiple weeks.  He says it is one of his very favorite classes.  The kids, I think, would completely agree.  They are happy and very involved in the movements and they follow along closely.

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