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Love Extends To Others Sharing Memories With Reverend Lee Adkins
By Cookie Steponaitis
Upon meeting Leon Adkins Jr., one might assume he was in his late 70’s and beginning to think about slowing down.  However, the assumption would prove to be false because Lee is approaching his 90th birthday and shows no signs of slowing in his life’s mission of helping others to see who they are in God’s sight. Reverend Dr. Lee M. Adkins is a retired clergy of the United Methodist Church and a careful listener committed to the service of others and far from retired when it comes to meeting and reaching out to people around the globe.
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A Message Of Service And Advocacy
By Cookie Steponaitis
Pam Norton served her nation with two tours stateside and overseas between 1976 and 1983. While her time in uniform ended, her service has taken her across country and into the lives of many veterans and their families. "When my time in the military ended I had a young family and my focus was on raising my children and working to help support my family," shared Norton. "Once they were older I joined the American Legion Auxiliary, went to a meeting and that was the beginning." Norton, within a year of joining the local Unit at Post 14 advanced through the leadership levels to become the Auxiliary President at the American Legion Auxiliary at both the unit and state level and understands the complexity of issues America's veterans face.
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Rutland Raiders Win D1 Football Championship Over Tigers 35-7
By Mike Cameron
They knew each other well.  You might say inside and out.  The Tigers of Middlebury and the Rutland Raiders Division 1 Football Programs.  Two excellent programs and two excellent coaching staffs.
   Both schools have built legendary high school football legacies here in Vermont.  Rutland has had the edge in post-season-head to head contests in the past twenty years.
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