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World 04_11_18

The World World Publications Prom 2018

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in anticipation of Elks National Youth Week, members of Barre Elks Lodge presented over 370 dictionaries and thesauruses to third and fourth grade students at nine local schools. The reference books were a gift for each student to keep and use throughout their school career. A place to connect, inspire, and learn 28 N Main St., Waterbury, VT 05676 (802) 244-7036 Animals of The North: The Waterbury Library will be hosting Expert Tracker and Natural Historian Susan C. Morse of Keeping Track®, on Thursday evening, April 19th from 6:30- 8 p.m. in the Municipal Building’s Steele Room. Ms. Morse will share her remarkable images and stories about plants and animals in their northern habitat. For more info on Sue Morse and Keeping Track®, go to her website: www.keepingtrack. org. Download Audio & E-Books: You may not be aware that the Waterbury Public Library offers free Digital Services. From the convenience of your own home, all Waterbury Public Library patrons can checkout and download hundreds of audio and E-books to their personal devices. (Kindles, Tablets, Mp3 players, Smartphones, and laptops.) If you’re not sure how to do this, Delia Gillen, Technology Specialist will be giving a workshop on how to download audio and e-books on Wednesday, April 11th from 6-7 p.m. and will guide you through the process. Bring your library card and the personal device you want to download the audio or e-books to. If you use and iPhone or iPad, please know your Apple ID and password. For more info visit www.waterburypubliclibrary.com. Spring Car Care: Albert Caron of Waterbury Service Center is back at the Waterbury Library for another “Car Care Aware” workshop Saturday, April 21st from 10 to noon. April is National Car Care Month. Albert about educating the general population on the importance of keeping up on maintaining your vehicle. In this workshop Albert will cover basic maintenance; oil change intervals and why the manufacturers differ so much; fuel economy and the environment and why maintaining fuel mileage is important for the environment. There will be time for Q & A. There are also very simple and easy things you can do to lengthen the life and quality of your vehicle. To register call 244-7036. Fraud, Scams, And Con Artists: On Monday, April 30th at On April 1st downtown Randolph turned into a villagewide anthology of poetry as PoemTown Randolph kicked off its fifth annual celebration of National Poetry Month. Posters of more than one hundred selected poems from 71 poets representing 50 Vermont towns from Bennington to Grand Isle are on display in the main windows and doors of local businesses and organizations as a pedestrian poetry book for residents and visitors to enjoy as they walk to work or school, do errands in town, attend a movie or cultural event, or visit a local gallery. In addition to the posted poems, a month-long series of events and opportunities to enjoy original poetry written and read by several Vermont poets is planned. A compilation of poetry from this year’s celebration is offered for sale. Poets of all ages and abilities are encouraged to share their work in an open mike event at Kimball Public Library on Wednesday April 11 at 7 PM. Light refreshments will be served. The library is also the setting for a poetry reading on Wednesday April 18, featuring published Central Vermont poets Danny Dover, Geza Tatrallyay, Peggy Whiteneck and Ina Anderson. In recognition of the importance of agriculture in the Central Vermont Poets to Read at Kimball Library Poetry lovers have an opportunity to immerse themselves in an evening of shared poetry on Wednesday April 18. Ina Anderson Danny Dover, Geza Tatrallyay, and Peggy Rose Whiteneck will read from their work at Kimball Library at 7 PM. Ina Anderson grew up in Cumbria, England and has lived in Sharon for many years. Her poems have appeared in several publications, including the anthology “Perhaps It Was the Pie.” Her first poetry collection, “Journey Into Space,” was published by Antrim House in 2017. She runs a poetry radio show, Wordstream, on Royalton Community Radio, and leads poetry workshops at Seven Stars Arts Center in Sharon. Danny Dover’s poems have appeared in various journals including Oberon, Himalayan Journal, Blueline, and Bloodroot. He was a 2013 Pushcart nominee. Danny’s first full-length book of poetry, “Tasting Precious Metal” (Antrim House Books), was published in 2014 and a chapbook, ‘Kindness Soup, Thankful Tea,” came out in 2006. Danny is a retired Dartmouth College piano technician. Born in Budapest, Geza Tatrallyay escaped with his family in 1956 during the Hungarian Revolution, immigrating to Canada. He graduated with a BA from Harvard in 1972, and, as a Rhodes Scholar, obtained a BA/MA from Oxford in 1974, completing his studies with a MSc from London School of • • • • • • PoemTown Randolph • • • 6 pm, Greenblott will present “Fraud, Scams, and Con Artists: Coming to a Computer Near You” at the Waterbury Library. Greenblott provides an overview of crimes committed on the internet and of personal protection steps you can take. Arming yourself with knowledge is the first defense against being victimized. Increase your understanding of the national and Vermont issue by attending this one hour program hosted by the Waterbury Library and presented by AARP. For more information and to register, call the library at 244-7036. The Basics of Backyard Composting: Attend the workshop on the Basics of Backyard Composting put on by the Mad River Resource Management Alliance (MRRMA) at the Waterbury Public Library on April 28, 2018 from 10 to 11 am. At this workshop led by John Malter, you’ll learn how to compost; where to compost; why compost, and the fun of composting. As a bonus, for participating in the workshop you become eligible to purchase a Soil Saver Compost Bin for half the price of our normal truckload sale only $26.00. Participants in the workshop get the Green Cone for the special price of $75.00. For more information and to register, email John Malter at malterport@aol.com by April 26th. Celebration of The Harwood Community: On Thursday, April 28th from 5-7:15 in the Harwood Library a “Celebration of Harwood Link’s to the Global Community” will feature a Gallery Walk followed by a Community Socrates Café featuring the question “What is Gained and What is Lost when We Move?” All members of the community are welcome. You don’t have to be a certain age, have international experience or be a philosopher to attend. An open mind and a questioning heart are sufficient. Refreshments featuring local Vermont products and international fare will be served. This event is co-sponsored by the Harwood Library, the Joslin Memorial Library and the Waterbury Public Library. For more information contact: Katherine Cadwell, HUHS at katherinewcadwell@gmail.com , Joy Worland, Joslin Memorial Library at programs@joslinmemoriallibrary.com or Judi Byron, Waterbury Public Library at judi@waterburypubliclibrary. com. Come support the work of Harwood students who are working with care and compassion for the benefit of our global community. region, the work of farmer poets will be presented at 7 PM at the Silloway Maple Sugarhouse in Randolph Center on Thursday April 26. Taylor Katz of Free Verse Farm, Toby Bashaw, and other local farmers whose lives are enriched by poetry will read original work. Maple products will be for sale and sweet refreshments will be served. For more information about these events and the participating poets, please visit PoemTown Randolph’s website, www. poemtown.org. A printed program detailing the locations of each poem and its poet is available at Kimball Public Library, Chandler Gallery and the Randolph Town Hall. This information is also available online. Generous sponsorship support makes possible the ability to offer the poetry portions of all events at no cost to the public, although donations are gratefully accepted. PoemTown 2018 is underwritten by the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation and has additional support from the Randolph Area Community Foundation, The Town of Randolph, Lake Sunapee Bank, Northfield Savings Bank, Dubois and King, EyeCare for You, Randolph Auto Supply, The Beilfuss Family Fund, Simon of Penny Brook Farm, The Herald, and Dr. Carl and Jack Brandon. Economics in 1975. Geza’s professional experience has included stints in government, international finance, and environmental entrepreneurship. He is the author of several thrillers and memoirs, as well as two published collections of poetry (“Cello’s Tears” and “Sighs and Murmurs”) and is currently working on a third, “Extinction.” He divides his time between Vermont and San Francisco. Peggy Rose Whiteneck has been writing poetry for most of her life. Over the years, her work has appeared in a few national journals that are dedicated to disciplines ranging from the literary arts to theology. She is the author of the poetry collection “From These Earthly Parts” (Old Line Publishing/Maple Creek Media, 2010). Original poems from Vermont poets throughout the state are posted in the windows and doorways of local businesses and organizations in Randolph and will remain on display throughout the month of April. PoemTown Randolph has generous organizational support from Randolph Area Community Development Corporation and sponsorship support from the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, Lake Sunapee Bank, Northfield Savings Bank, EyeCare for You, Randolph Auto Supply, The Herald, and Dr. Carl and Jack Brandon. This support makes possible the ability to offer the poetry portions of all events at no cost to the public. Yes! WE DOoo Brakes & Shocks! Along with most all automotive maintenance services Senior Citizens 10% OFF All Parts MORE THAN JUST A MUFFLER SHOP COLE’S & MUFFLER REPAIR 71 MA I N ST, BARRE, VT•802-479-0230 ANNOUNCEMENT!! Blossom Cottage’s retail store ONLY has closed. You can still order flowers for delivery in the Washington County area, by calling 802-622-8300 email at blossomcottege802@gmail.com or by visiting the website https://blossomcottageflorist.com. BlossomCottage UNTIL APRIL 14: 535 US Rte 302 next to Dunkin Donuts www.blossomcottageflorist.com OPENING NEXT WEEK! 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Millie Austin Keene Millie Austin Keene, age 81, died on March 31, 2018, at the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin, Vermont. Millie was born on Feb. 22, 1937, in Montpelier, Vermont. Millie was the daughter of Almon E. Austin and Marion S. (Aldrich) Austin. Millie is survived by her sons Michael and wife, Christie (Murray), James and longtime companion, Jennifer Rouse, Stephen and wife, Donna (Christie); and her daughter, Shawna Keene. Her husband, Robert “Dick” Keene, daughter, Dr. Susan Keene, and Shawna’s partner, John Day, predeceased her. Millie is also survived by grandsons Bruce Adams, Kevin Keene, Alex Keene, Jordan Keene, Robert J. Keene and wife, Jessica (Lord), and Brian Koenigsknecht; granddaughters Heather Adams, Michelle (Adams) Carden, Kaila Smith, Kristen Keene, Mindy Keene, Julia Keene, Ashleigh Keene and Jenna Day; great-grandchildren Colby and Cameron Carden and Jacob and Amaree Keene; by her brothers David and Robert; and her sister, Mary. Her sisters Barbara, Ruth and Doris and her brothers John and James predeceased her. Millie attended schools in Waterbury and worked at Heaton Woods in Montpelier. Following her retirement, Millie enjoyed taking care of many of her grandchildren and greatgrandchildren and was lovingly known to them as “Grams.” There will be no calling hours and a private celebration of her life will be held in the summer. Merrill D. Legare Merrill D. Legare, 77, died Thursday, March 29, 2018, at his home following an extended illness. He was born in Haverhill, NH, June 16, 1940, a son of Ulric and Della (Frost) Legare. He grew up in Groton, VT and graduated from Woodsville High School, Class of 1958. Initially, Merrill worked as a logger and a forester. He began farming with registered Charolais beef cattle. After purchasing the farm in 1966, and for many years after, Merrill operated Legare’s Farm Market in Calais, and became a well known horticulturist. He farmed ten acres of strawberry fields, along with nurturing large corn crops along with many varieties of vegetables. Merrill was an avid outdoorsman and hunter. He loved walking in the woods. Hunting trips took him to Texas, Manitoba, Newfoundland, Montana, and Arizona. Locally, he supported the Central Vermont Longbeards Jake Chapter. In his spare time, Merrill participated in local square dances and enjoyed camp at Woodbury Lake cruising on his pontoon boat. He liked having children around, and when operating the farm, he employed many of his nieces, nephews, and other family members. Survivors include his wife Donna of Montpelier, VT to whom he was married on July 17, 1993; three children, A sister’s love is special in oh so many ways. Twelve years have passed between us and it seems like only days. We shared so much as children the tears, the joys, the pain A lifetime spent together those memories remain. As time goes by I ponder the paths our lives have taken Knowing that in spite of this our sister love unshaken. Diedre Marie Legare of San Luis Obispo, CA, David Ulric Legare of Mt. Dora, FL, and Palmer D. Legare of Washington, DC; a granddaughter, Heather Legare McManus and husband Kale of New Bern, NC and their children Dylan, Hunter, and Kathryn; two step children, Laura Sheehan and husband Dean of Malta, NY and their children, Justin and Nathan, and Lynne Wells and husband Guillermo Murcià` of Brooklyn, NY, and their children Analupe and Mateo. He is also survived by three sisters, Beverly Hatch and husband Cliff of Groton, VT, and Earlene Wetherbee and husband Bernie, and Myrtie Beck and husband Kendall both of Ryegate, VT; along with several nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his father, Ulric Legare on July 20, 1980; his mother, Della L. Legare on January 7, 1992; an infant brother, Merrill Alden Legare; and a niece, Juli-Ann Beck on December 7, 1981, and a nephew Todd Hatch on November 11, 1988. Merrill’s family wishes to recognize the compassionate and loving care he was provided at home over the past several years by his caregivers James Kilgore and Michael Young. Calling hours were on Thursday, April 5th from 6 to 8 PM at Ricker Funeral Home, 1 Birch Street, Woodsville, NH. The funeral service was on Friday, April 6th at 11 AM at First Baptist Church, 1115 Scott Highway, Groton, with Pastor Dennis Walton officiating. Spring burial will be in the family lot in Groton Village Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice, 600 Granger Road, Barre, VT 05641. For more information or to sign an online condolence, please visit www.rickerfh.com. Ricker Funeral Home & Cremation Care of Woodsville is in charge of arrangements. Locally Family Owned & Operated Since 1908 We Can Arrange A Personalized Service. Thoughtful Service in Accordance with Your Wishes Arrangements Coordinated Anywhere Prearranged & Prepaid Services and Trust Agreements Traditional Funeral Services and Cremation Services for All Faiths Thomas Philip Rolland Thomas Philip Rolland, of Barre, Vermont, age 72, died February 27, 2018, with family by his side, at Menig Nursing Home in Randolph Center, Vermont, after a 15 year illness with Alzheimer’s. He was born, January 11, 1946, son of Alice (Trautman) and Charles Rolland of Clifton Springs, NY. Tom graduated from Clifton Springs high school 1964, Cornell University 1968, with a BS Chemical & Material Science Engineering and University of Connecticut 1972, with an MBA. He worked at Fafnir Bearing Texton and later at M.P.B., 1968-74, in CT. From 1975-84, Tom ran his own specialty chemical company, DynaChem, in Portland, CT, then East Calais, VT, and later as DynaPro in Montpelier, VT. From 1985, Tom did business marketing & development as DynaCo. A dedicated member of the Seventh-day Adventist church, Tom spoke at worship services, and worked as a Bible instructor and door-to-door colporteur. He loved the outdoors and was an avid downhill skier and gardener. Tom enjoyed frequent hiking with his family and dog. He continued the Rolland affection for popcorn. Throughout his life, Tom was passionate about music, singing for church and playing the trombone in high school, a big band and community bands. While living in Montpelier, VT, he formed a musical ensemble, Green Mountain Brass, with his two sons, nephew and friends. Playing classical and sacred music, the group recorded an album “Onward Christian Soldiers” and performed across the northeastern United States and beyond. Tom is lovingly remembered by his wife, of 51 years, Barbara (Castle) Rolland of Barre, VT; son, Chadd (wife Erika) and grandchildren (Benjamin, Zachary, Jonathan, Anneliese), of Edinboro, PA; son, Ty (wife Nancy) and grandchildren (Kelsey, Kilee, Joshua), of East Montpelier, VT; daughter, Heather Brown, of Loma Linda, CA; daughter, Erinn Rolland-Forkey (husband Mark) and grandchildren (Sieanna, Levi, Carter), of Waterbury, VT; brother, Roy (wife Kay), NY; sister-in-law, Mary Ann (Rolland), FL; sister-inlaw, Marilyn (Rolland), SC; brother-in-law, John Castle, CA; mother-in-law, Lois (Castle) Rehm, CA; and many caring nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his parents; brother, William, NY; father-in-law Earl Castle, NY; and brotherin-law, Gary Castle, AL. Tom is buried in Green Mountain Cemetery, Montpelier, VT. A memorial service will be held Sunday, April 22, 1:00 pm, at the Barre Seventh-day Adventist Church, 297 Vine Street, Berlin, VT, 05641. Memorials may be made to Adventist Development and Relief Agency at www.ADRA. org. Family condolences may be sent to the church or on-line through Guare & Sons funeral home at www.guareandsons. com. The family would like to thank the staff of Menig and other care providers who assisted Tom, for their compassionate care. WALTER BALDWIN SR., 81, of Montpelier, VT, died on March 28, 2018, shortly following a fight with bone cancer. Walter is survived by Susan Barton, who is the mother of his children and life partner of 38 years; two direct descendants Crystal and Walter Jr.; three stepchildren Tin, SueAnne and Jennifer; his sister, Wauline; and many nieces and nephews. In his final years, he was proud to meet his two granddaughters. He was a proud veteran of the United States Air Force where he served as an aircraft mechanic. He viewed enlisting in the service as a great opportunity. He worked for years with Lacillade Lumber Co. as a truck driver and then, upon retirement, continued to work for Granite Importers. Before trucking, he helped build Interstate 89, and was a granite polisher at Rock of Ages. Hi hobbies included motorcycle riding, hunting and upholstering. He was a member of the American Legion for 43 years, Teamsters, the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers and a local hot-rod club. His 1927 Ford Panel Van won 18 car show trophies. ROLAND JOHN BOISVERT, 82, of Barre, VT, passed away March 24, 2018. Born July 3, 1935, he was the son of the late Lucien and Ella Boisvert. He is survived by his wife, Charlene Calcagni Boisvert; two daughters Michelle Pelkey and her husband, Ted, of Westford, VT, and Marcy Rochford and her fiancé, Mark Brown, of North Conway, NH; one son, Michael Boisvert and his wife, Angie, of Colchester, VT; two stepdaughters Jennifer Calcagni Ritchie, of Berlin, CT, and Andrea Reid and her husband, James, of Durham, NC. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren, two great-grandsons; many cousins, nieces and nephews. CHERYL ANN (LAFRENIERE) BOOTH, 65, formerly of Barre, VT, passed away March 27, 2018, in Cape Coral, FL. Cheryl was born on April 13, 1952, in Barre, the daughter of Robert and Theresa Lafreniere. She graduated from Spaulding High School in 1970. She worked at McFarland House after graduation. She married her husband of 46 years, Thomas Booth, on March 12, 1972. She had a great sense of humor. Cheryl lived in Barre for the majority of her life. Cheryl enjoyed boating, being with friends and family, shopping and chocolate. Cheryl is survived by her husband, Thomas Booth, of FL; her son, Scott Booth, of NY; her brothers Steve Lafreniere and his wife, Paula, of FL, Dave Lafreniere, of VT, and Michael and his wife, Cyndi Lafreniere, of FL; her grandchildren; in-laws; as well as numerous nephews, nieces; and her beloved dog, Duffy. RANDALL E. COPPING, 61, passed away on March 29, 2018, at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin. Born in Barre on Oct. 20, 1956, he was the son of Nancy (Mackie) and Phillip W. Copping Jr. Randy attended elementary school in East Montpelier and graduated from Spaulding High School in 1975. He enlisted in the U.S. Army as a Motor Transport Operator. He then was employed at Bellavance Trucking as a local driver. In 1980, he began his career as a surface plate technician at Rock of Ages. On Aug. 23, 1980, Randy married Judie John at St. Monica’s Catholic Church in Barre. Survivors include his wife of 37½ years, Judie Copping, of Barre; his daughter, Jennifer LaPan and her husband, Edward, of West Topsham; his son, Nick Copping and his wife, Trisha Russell-Copping, of Barre; his five granddaughters; his brother, Steve Copping and his wife, Mary- Ellen, of Barre; his sister, Debra Kerin and her husband, Mick, of Barre; his brother, Rusty Copping and his fiancée, Allison Rouleau, of Barre; his sister-in-law, Nancy Bergeron, of Barre; and his brothers-in-law Bill John and his wife, Linda, of O’Fallon, MI, and Peter John and his wife, Kathy, of Barre; as well as several nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his granddogs Teki and CoCo. JEAN ANNETTE DUKETTE, 79, died on March 30, 2018, at Woodridge Nursing Home in Berlin, VT. She was born July 15, 1938, in Northfield, to Margaret and Charles Partlow. She is survived by her husband Henry R. Dukette, of Berlin; four children Henry Dukette Jr. and wife, Carole, of Salem, CT, Randy Dukette, of Northfield, VT, Michael Dukette and wife, Myrle, of Westbrook, ME, and Patty Dukette and partner Tucker Mohan, of Northfield. Several Grandchildren and great-grandchildren; as well as many friends. Joan graduated from Northfield High School in 1957 and went on to work at Fernandez Hardware, Nantanna Woolen Mills and Norwich University. She married Henry on Aug. 16, 1958. She loved her family immensely, without reservation or judgment, and they, her. STANLEY J. FITTS, 89, of Venice, FL, formerly of Barre, passed away on March 30, 2018, from a courageous battle with cancer. Born on Feb. 22, continued on next page A sister’s love is special in ways that are unspoken Still that binding force exists our sister love unbroken. 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