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Yes! WE DOoo Brakes & Shocks! Along with most all automotive maintenance services Senior Citizens 10% OFF MORE THAN JUST A MUFFLER SHOP COLE’S & MUFFLER REPAIR 71 MA I N ST, BARRE, VT•802-479-0230 Win What You Spend During the months of January and February we will be entering all sales into a drawing. If chosen, you will WIN the amount that you have spent which can then be applied to anything in the store. We are also currently having a FLOOR MODEL SALE on our Smith Brothers, LaZBoy, England and Best upholstered pieces. call 1-800-439-5996 or visit All Parts Green Up Vermont Poster Contest Winners Announced Winner for grades K-4 is Jiya Sekar, Kindergarten, Montpelier. What is Green Up Day? Always the fi rst Saturday in May, Green Up Day is an annual statewide event when over 22,000 volunteers come together to remove litter from Vermont’s roadsides and public spaces. Winner for grades 5-8 is Julia Griffin, Grade 8, Stowe Middle School Green Up Vermont announced the winners of its annual student poster design contest for Green Up Day 2018. The winning art entry for the promotional poster was designed by Uma Chirkova, Grade 8, of Newbury. She painted a vibrant scene of people going out together in their community to remove litter from Vermont; peeling back the dirty layer, to reveal a clean and beautiful landscape. Winners were also chosen for recognition in three grade categories: K-4, 5-8, and 9-12. The grade category K–4 winner is kindergartener Jiya Sekar of Montpelier. The grade category 5–8 winner is Julia Griffin of Stowe Middle School. Julia’s teacher is Jen Anthony. The grade category 9–12 winner is 10th grader Havvah Keller of Montpelier High School. Havvah’s teacher is Barbara Austin-Hutchins. To view all the winning poster designs visit www. greenupvermont.org. Uma’s design will be featured on the official 2018 Green Up Day poster. Posters distributed statewide in April help promote participation in Green Up Day, May 5th. Uma receives $250 for her winning design, and the grade category winners receive $50 each. Green Up Vermont would also like to thank their dedicated volunteer poster judges, Armand Poulin, of Montpelier, Hale Ritchie, of Barre, and Vermont State Curator, David Schutz. Green Up Day is on its way, save the date! Always the first Saturday in May, Green Up Day will mark 48 years on May 5th, 2018. Thousands of volunteers will take part in cleaning their communities’ roadsides, public places, and waterways. Vermont was the first state in the nation to designate one special day for cleaning the entire state. Bags will be available on Green Up Day and, in some communities, the week leading up to the event. Visit the Green Up website to find out who your Town Coordinator is and where to pick up the Green Up Day trash bags. Amy Clapp, a teacher from Salisbury Community School, says, “I love Green Up Day and the message it gives to our children.” It is tax season! Please consider donating to Green Up on your Vermont Winner for grades 9-12 is Havvah Keller, Grade 10, Montpelier High School. Winning art entry for promotional poster, Uma Chirkova, Grade 8, Newbury. State Income Tax return. Green Up Vermont is the charitable nonprofit organization responsible for the continued success of Green Up Day. Donations can also be made securely online any time at www.greenupvermont.org. Find the brands, tools and colors to get your painting done right. VAST Military Ride-In VAST, in cooperation with the Morrisville Vermont National Guard, is sponsoring the 2017 Military Appreciation Ride to be held Feb. 17, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Oxbow Park in Morrisville on the LVRT. This statewide event honors our serving military, our veterans and Vermont’s military families. This event will celebrate the long-standing mutual relationship between the snowmobile and military communities. Activities include: • Warming tent provided by the National Guard • Bonfire and s’mores • Snowman making area • Food and commercial vendors • Snowmobile trail groomers on display • Vintage snowmobiles on display • Free mini US flags • Operation Veteran Off- Road • Blue Star Mothers • Sled demos by Buffalo Mountain Powersports and Laquerres Marine & Sports Center • Snowshoe Demo by Power Play Sports If you would like more information, please contact Cindy Locke at 802-229- 0005 ext. 11 or email at cindy@vtvast.org. Nelson Ace Hardware Classifi ed Deadline Is MONDAY Before 10AM page 2 The WORLD February 14, 2018 13732_10915_Paint_ROP.indd 1 8/11/17 1:39 PM

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