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Maroon Through and Through: Meet Mt. Abe's Bev Mayer
By Cookie Steponaitis
When Bev Mayer started at Mount Abraham Union High School in April 1975 as the Principal's secretary Jack Connolly was at the helm. “I never dreamed I would still be here after all these years but the time has gone by much too quickly,” reflected Bev Mayer. “Working at Mt. Abe has been a big part of my life.”  [ more ]

In The Creemee Of Life There Is Always A New Flavor To Try!
By Cookie Steponaitis
Creemee stands signal the arrival of summer and as sure as the trees become green they serve as gathering spots for locals and tourists alike. They are a place to race to with exuberant enthusiasm and anticipation of experiencing the first sweet taste of the season’s ice cream. They are a location where generations gather to see people and catch up on the winter news while sampling the new flavors to be added to a list of must tries. In short, the crèemee and Vermont are linked together in tradition. While there are many crèemee stands in the region there are some that claim our hearts and stomachs and are part of family traditions.  [ more ]

Sharing Sixty-Six Years of Barber Shop Wisdom: Celebrating Middlebury’s Bud Lundrigan
By Cookie Steponaitis
Bud Lundrigan grew up in Brandon, Vermont and to hear him tell it he was simply born to be a barber.
He used to hang around his uncle’s shop watching, learning and planning to make it his vocation. He  graduated from high school in 1941 which was a monumental year in American history and served his  country in World War Two in the European Front for twenty months, returned home to the states and  attended barber school for two more years.
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Vermont Raised Natural Beef, Pork & Lamb: Welcoming Green Pasture Meats
By Cookie Steponaitis
Green Mountain Meats prides itself on more than just featuring Vermont raised and processed quality meats. The business is geared to not only serving a growing local interest in natural local meats, but to create a comprehensive system for production, marketing and distribution of humanely raised and processed local beef, pork and lamb. Looking forward to working with producers of all sizes, Green Mountain Pasture Meats is much more than just the new store front located on the corner of Campground Road and Route 7 located in New Haven, Vermont.
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