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Foliage was beautiful on Wylie Hill Road in Craftsbury October 6. It appears the Northeast Kingdom is now in its peak foliage season.
The Greensboro Historical Society hosted the Lakeview Elementary students to view the Highland Cattle Exhibit and Hill Exhibit. This interactive visit featured a video of Janet Stewart, Ray Shatney and cattle with names like Cinnamon Swirl and Cinnamon Raisin. The students played the cow recognition game and learned facts about Highland Cattle. The Hill Exhibit presents a family’s lifestyle of over 200 years through artifacts from a variety of activities, from snowshoe making to hay raking. courtesy photo
Josh Peets (right) of the Center for an Agricultural Economy loads a cider press with apples as Nancy Kellogg (left) operates the press at a Grow Your Own community cider pressing event held at Atkins Field October 2. photo by Vanessa Fournier
Hardwick Knights of Columbus (K of C) members (from left) Renaud Demers, Joe Young, David Shepard, Richard Brochu, Grand Knight Mike McGlynn and Mario Fradette barbecued 240 chicken halves Saturday. The sale of the chicken dinners benefited the Hardwick Historical Society and the Hardwick K of C. photo by Vanessa Fournier
The Hardwick Kiwanis Club installation of officers was held at Positive Pie on September 29: President Sherry Lussier (seated), Secretary Connie Bellavance (left) and Treasurer John Bellavance (right). photo by Vanessa Fournier
Ollie Burruss (right) of the Craftsbury Outdoor Center (COC) shows Hardwick Elementary second grader Lucas Lucier how to balance and ride a bike during the COC Community Outreach Program held at the school on four consecutive Fridays. The bike workshop taught first and second grade students fundamental bike skills. photo by Vanessa Fournier
The Northern Vermont Funeral Service parking lot in Hardwick is being torn up, removed, and graded September 23 by Weaver Construction of St. Johnsbury. The newly-paved parking lot is now completed. photo by Vanessa Fournier
photo by Vanessa Fournier Raymond Lefevre of All Metals Recycling in Hardwick works on removing the foundation and clearing the site of the former Aronson house and property on Route 14 in Woodbury on September 23. The property was donated to the Woodbury Fire Department from the Vermont State Employees Credit Union in 2018. The demolition was paid for by a private donor. Anyone wishing to contribute to the future home of the Fire Department may go to bricksrus. com/donorsite/wvfdvt.
A granite bench was dedicated in memory of Dr. Mark Lichtenstein at the Hardwick Area Health Center on September 25. At left is his wife Cynthia West of Greensboro and at right are their sons Spencer Lichtenstein (center) of South Carolina and Isaac Lichtenstein (right) M.D. R.N. of Portland, Oregon. Engraved on the bench is “In Honor of Dr. Mark Lichtenstein who served this area for 35 years. He lived what he loved.”