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Top Stories for Tuesday February 6, 2018

Boys & Girls Club New Programs Entice And Excite
By Cookie Steponaitis
While it is a coin toss as to whether Mother Nature’s daily weather forecast will be cold and sunny, snowy and icy or include 60-degree temperature shifts in twenty-four hours, there are some things about winter that are solid and predictable. The programs available for young children and teenagers are in full swing and the hours after school are full of exciting and enticing programs.  [ more ]

Taking The Plunge For The Special Olympics
By Cookie Steponaitis
Lake Champlain is inhabited this time of year by a unique and some might even say strange creature. No, it is not the ice fishermen out for their catch or even the devoted skaters looking for a very large place to skate. It is the annual migration and configuration of people from all over the state of all ages who get together to willingly put on a bathing suit and plunge into the cold waters of Lake Champlain’s winter temps. Why? It is all about the athletes of the Special Olympics.  [ more ]

WOKO Big Change Round Up Vendor Craft Fair And Dance Benefit
By Cookie Steponaitis
It is all about children and the Eagles Club in Vergennes is the happening place on Saturday, February 10th. Not only does the day hold an evening of dancing from 7:00-12:00 p.m. to Twist of Fate, The Jimi Towle Experience and DJ Cousin Dave, the doors open at 10:00 a.m. with a huge craft fair with forty tables of vendors and crafters as well as a large bag raffle with thirty prizes that you need not be present to win.
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