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CENTRAL VERMONT’S BEST COUNTRY THANK YOU FOR SAYING I SAW IT IN MORSE FARM SKI TOURING CENTER On Jan. 1th, The Spaulding Hockey Team contributed meals to help the Good Samaritan Haven. Good Samaritan truly appreciates the support they receive from their community. Top L-R: Tyler Murray, Matteo Perantoni, Jeff Clark (Team Coordinator), & Patrick Brock; middle L-R: Ryan Palmisano, Jake Couture, & Collin McFaun; bottom L-R: Attilio Perantoni, Matt Aubut, and Colin Dickinson. • • • Family Season Pass $230 Individual Season Pass $125 Day Passes: $14 adult, $6 youth (Kids 6 and under ski free) Ski and snowshoe rentals available. Ski Shop Open 9:30-4:30 weekdays 9:30-4:30 weekends. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.skimorsefarm.com 802-223-0560 1168 County Paul Plante and Charlie Livendale of the Barre Lions Club enjoy a laugh with Mark Scott, Wildlife Director for the State of Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife at a recent meeting. Scott reported the results of last year’s hunting seasons in our Jan. 24th issue. • • • Lost Nation Theater Winter-Break Dance Theater Production Camp: NARNIA Chronicles of the Dawn Treader There’s still time to Enroll! Class: M-F, Feb. 26–Mar 2 Public Performances: Fri Mar 2 Sat Mar 3 Led by director-choreographer Taryn Noelle Page to stage: 1 week! Thru contemporary dance, acro, & acting, create an original dance-theater presentation. ad courtesy of The World from the novels by CS Lewis for ages 9 and up. at montpelier city hall arts center. 802-229-0492 lostnationtheater.org page 10 The WORLD January 31, 2018 financial aid may be available On Thursday. Jan. 18th, Susan Kotch, a member of DKG, a society of women educators, gave a presentation to members about her trip above the Arctic Circle on the National Geographic Explorer Ship at the Steak House Restaurant. A former Vermont National Teachers’ Award designee in 2016 and current 1st grade teacher in Montpelier, she was chosen from many applicants as a Grosvenor Teacher Fellow to travel on the Explorer ship. For more info about this program, go to SeaLegacy.org. VT Fish & Wildlife Dept Offers Fly Tying Courses The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is offering a series of introductory courses for fly fishing anglers interesting in learning how to tie their own flies. The courses are offered by the department’s Let’s Go Fishing program in partnership with the Mad Dog Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Green Mountain Fly Tiers. These introductory courses will focus on material, hook, and thread terminology. Techniques such as thread control, proportion, tying on materials, dubbing, and wings and tails will be covered while tying a variety of flies. “For many anglers, there’s nothing more satisfying than catching a fish on a Vermont stream using a home-tied fly,” said Corey Hart of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. “These courses will give anglers the basic skills they need to start tying their own flies, as well as the opportunity to meet other local anglers interested in fly fishing.” People can register for either course by calling 802-265-2279 or emailing email@example.com. The deadline to register is one week before the start of the course. There • • • Carlo Concessi, left, and Elks District Deputy South, Norm Marshall, right, pose with the first place trophy. Concessi, who represents Barre Elks Lodge #1535, won the Elks Central District Hoop Shoot Boys U12 division. He made 18 out of 25 shots, beating his opponent by 1 basket. He now moves onto the State Hoop Shoot at Spaulding High School on January 27th. Barre Lodge also had 2nd place winners, Cadence Tenney (U12 girls) and Abby Tenney (U10 girls). • • • supports local youth sports! Submit your original photos and descriptions along with your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday at 5PM to be included in the next issue of the WORLD is a $20 fee to cover the cost of materials, which will be paid directly to the club conducting the course. A limited number of vices and equipment can be made available for those that need it. The two courses will take place as follows: (must attend all four sessions) Castleton: Intro to Fly Tying. Monday Evenings from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., February 26, March 5, 12, and 19. Kehoe Conservation Camp, 636 Point of Pines Rd., Castleton, VT 05735. Taught by the Green Mountain Fly Tiers. Montpelier: Intro to Fly Tying. Wednesday Evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., March 7, 14, 21, and 28. Annex Building, 190 Junction Road, Berlin, VT 05620. Taught by the Mad Dog Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities are available upon request. Please include a description of the accommodation you will need. Individuals making such requests must include their contact information. Please send an e-mail to corey. email@example.com or call 802-828-1000 (direct voice) or 1-800-253-0191 (TTY).