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y sale to hill Heritage by board Misuraca three years ended on the commitment of Inc. (HHI) to Academy agreement took ill Cooperative meeting of July 13. is a basic $35,000, plus school board spends Page Fund for sorely At the moment, $45,000 in the fund, doubted it would of a new roof for The roof needs re- winter, whatever of the negotiations of spoke for the cor- agreed to sign a pur- agreement with 10% to have end of Novem- the repairs will be had agreed that the would work to get the work roperty. eft the business of set- to the corpora- Church a small strip of land Hall, and another requested another next to Alumni Hall. incentive to be said. Chip Harris ar- spending from the the face of a $3,500 seemed out of line to assured that archi- that "the roof is in so has to be fixed in the assistant su- also pointed out that Corporation had he property "as is" if was inadequate for Haverhill who have each as seed money. In Stephen Wellington out that it is just a "steering committee" in a non-profit venture. Also in past meetings they said they are seeking to broaden the corporation to include 25 investors. They want the non-profit status to make them eligible for grant money to restore the buildings in the future. The National Historic Preservation group has shown interest in helping HHI financially. Mudge said that he hoped that the board would aid HHI by getting some variances on the property lim- itations, freeing the corporation for use of the buildings for offices or re- tail establishments. He said that subsidized housing had received a "cool reception from the communi- ty," making it impossible for that use. He said that he "had to listen to his constituency." When You S It Wieh owers  : 119 Caetral$L, Woodsvilla,NH ( j Illlll Exodus 20:8 Seventh-day Adventist Church _ welcomes youl South Newbury, Vermont (Off Rte 5, 2 milso south of Nev, tury Bridge) m Saturday€ Moodays: lelllllllll Sabbath School t:30 p.m. Worship Service 3:00 p.m. Bible Study 7:00 - s:oo p.m. David Holton, Pastor 802-476-6301 AGENCY PERSONAL AND BUSINESS INSURANCE Insurance protection for you, your family, and your business. C: i CO_OmErATIVE Barton Street i. FIIE INBUI:1ANCE Bradford, Vt. 05033 902-22-4755 "" " S l RUTH DWYER Ruth Dwyer to run for legislature THETFORD -- Ruth Dwyer an- nounced her candidacy for State Rep- resentative from Orange 4 (Fairlee, Thetford. West Fairlee). Dwyer will run as a Republican. "I see more and more bumper stick- ers that say "Working Vermonter-En- dangered Species"' she said. "Maybe it's time more of us ran for office." "People who've been the backbone of Vermont's economy are being taxed out of the state. We just can't afford to let this continue." Dwyer served on the Thetford School Board and the Vermont School Board Association Executive Board, and is a Thetford Academy Trustee. She has been actively in- volved in educational issues at both state and local levels. "Our educational system should be one of our most valuable assets, but it has become the cause of continuing local conflict and economic hardship. We need to stop focusing on more money and address the need for quali- ty and accountability." Dwyer graduated from Thetford Academy in 1976. She has spent her life farming in Thefford and is a rid- ing instructor and horse trainer. She and her husband, Dr. John Dwyer, own and operate the Thetford Veteri- nary Clinic and raise cattle and sheep. "If we had more farmers irttane leg- islature the session might adjourn on time for a change." she said. July 20, 1994 -- JOURNAL OPINION -- Page 7 APR FINAN(;I0000G Hurry For Best Selection Offer Ends August 2, 1994 1994 F 150 4X2 or 4X4s Features Include • 4.9 Liter, 300, 6 Cylinder • 5 Speed Manual Transmission • XL Trim • 4 Wheel Drive • Dual Tanks • Stock #4687 Safety Features Include Driver's Side Airbag .Rear Anti Lock Brakes • 24 Hr. Roadside Assistance For 3 Years 36,000 Miles nders tctl Exit 19 1-89, Miracle Mile, Lebanon, N.H. 448-3363 Misuraca sizable two-year awarded to Woods- Bruce Labs, the announcement School July 13 that his with three others However, he B. Cox Charita- funding source, is doubled since the were filed. Linda Nelson, the SAU 23, write the applica- the funds dedi- It is to address identified by the Association of Colleges (NEASC) on Public Secondary anticipated by the • to strengthen cur- instruction; student administration, staff; library media services; and student learning and It is directed to and disad- working with a of businesses to Schools. that he was told that a year ahead of the since the office for College is already a task force will to address the school, hiring the By late fall peer selected, a system under way. Al- will form three on curriculum, College student serv- counseling and fi- college Is assured the with intensive ongoing. It until a final spring of 1997. a rainbow. All of a sudden you see it. The rainbow that ness peoplethe friends and neighbors in your communityknow this. appears after a fresh summer rain. Your heart leaps up and you feel in this They've been coming to the Merchants for their banking needs for more BalTc Johnson moment infinite possibilities. At the Merchants Bank, we value your dreams. That's why we have been helping productive dreamers all across the state turn their visions into reality. Vermont busi- Bennington Bradlord Brattleboro Bristol Burlington Colchester Manchester Center Newbu North Bennington Northfield St. Johnsbury iiii I I iIiII  I than a century. We take dreams very seriously, especially yours. We're here to be your financial resource. The Merchants Bank, established for Vermonters in 1849. The Merchants Bank Danville East Thetford Enosburg Essex Junction South Burlington South Hero Springfield Vergennes i i HI,HI Fair Haven FaMec Groton Hardwick Hinesburg Jericho Wallingtord Wihnington Windsor Winooski MEMBER FDIC i y sale to hill Heritage by board Misuraca three years ended on the commitment of Inc. (HHI) to Academy agreement took ill Cooperative meeting of July 13. is a basic $35,000, plus school board spends Page Fund for sorely At the moment, $45,000 in the fund, doubted it would of a new roof for The roof needs re- winter, whatever of the negotiations of spoke for the cor- agreed to sign a pur- agreement with 10% to have end of Novem- the repairs will be had agreed that the would work to get the work roperty. eft the business of set- to the corpora- Church a small strip of land Hall, and another requested another next to Alumni Hall. incentive to be said. Chip Harris ar- spending from the the face of a $3,500 seemed out of line to assured that archi- that "the roof is in so has to be fixed in the assistant su- also pointed out that Corporation had he property "as is" if was inadequate for Haverhill who have each as seed money. In Stephen Wellington out that it is just a "steering committee" in a non-profit venture. Also in past meetings they said they are seeking to broaden the corporation to include 25 investors. They want the non-profit status to make them eligible for grant money to restore the buildings in the future. The National Historic Preservation group has shown interest in helping HHI financially. Mudge said that he hoped that the board would aid HHI by getting some variances on the property lim- itations, freeing the corporation for use of the buildings for offices or re- tail establishments. He said that subsidized housing had received a "cool reception from the communi- ty," making it impossible for that use. He said that he "had to listen to his constituency." When You S It Wieh owers  : 119 Caetral$L, Woodsvilla,NH ( j Illlll Exodus 20:8 Seventh-day Adventist Church _ welcomes youl South Newbury, Vermont (Off Rte 5, 2 milso south of Nev, tury Bridge) m Saturday€ Moodays: lelllllllll Sabbath School t:30 p.m. Worship Service 3:00 p.m. Bible Study 7:00 - s:oo p.m. David Holton, Pastor 802-476-6301 AGENCY PERSONAL AND BUSINESS INSURANCE Insurance protection for you, your family, and your business. C: i CO_OmErATIVE Barton Street i. FIIE INBUI:1ANCE Bradford, Vt. 05033 902-22-4755 "" " S l RUTH DWYER Ruth Dwyer to run for legislature THETFORD -- Ruth Dwyer an- nounced her candidacy for State Rep- resentative from Orange 4 (Fairlee, Thetford. West Fairlee). Dwyer will run as a Republican. "I see more and more bumper stick- ers that say "Working Vermonter-En- dangered Species"' she said. "Maybe it's time more of us ran for office." "People who've been the backbone of Vermont's economy are being taxed out of the state. We just can't afford to let this continue." Dwyer served on the Thetford School Board and the Vermont School Board Association Executive Board, and is a Thetford Academy Trustee. She has been actively in- volved in educational issues at both state and local levels. "Our educational system should be one of our most valuable assets, but it has become the cause of continuing local conflict and economic hardship. We need to stop focusing on more money and address the need for quali- ty and accountability." Dwyer graduated from Thetford Academy in 1976. She has spent her life farming in Thefford and is a rid- ing instructor and horse trainer. She and her husband, Dr. John Dwyer, own and operate the Thetford Veteri- nary Clinic and raise cattle and sheep. "If we had more farmers irttane leg- islature the session might adjourn on time for a change." she said. July 20, 1994 -- JOURNAL OPINION -- Page 7 APR FINAN(;I0000G Hurry For Best Selection Offer Ends August 2, 1994 1994 F 150 4X2 or 4X4s Features Include • 4.9 Liter, 300, 6 Cylinder • 5 Speed Manual Transmission • XL Trim • 4 Wheel Drive • Dual Tanks • Stock #4687 Safety Features Include Driver's Side Airbag .Rear Anti Lock Brakes • 24 Hr. Roadside Assistance For 3 Years 36,000 Miles nders tctl Exit 19 1-89, Miracle Mile, Lebanon, N.H. 448-3363 Misuraca sizable two-year awarded to Woods- Bruce Labs, the announcement School July 13 that his with three others However, he B. Cox Charita- funding source, is doubled since the were filed. Linda Nelson, the SAU 23, write the applica- the funds dedi- It is to address identified by the Association of Colleges (NEASC) on Public Secondary anticipated by the • to strengthen cur- instruction; student administration, staff; library media services; and student learning and It is directed to and disad- working with a of businesses to Schools. that he was told that a year ahead of the since the office for College is already a task force will to address the school, hiring the By late fall peer selected, a system under way. Al- will form three on curriculum, College student serv- counseling and fi- college Is assured the with intensive ongoing. It until a final spring of 1997. a rainbow. All of a sudden you see it. The rainbow that ness peoplethe friends and neighbors in your communityknow this. appears after a fresh summer rain. Your heart leaps up and you feel in this They've been coming to the Merchants for their banking needs for more BalTc Johnson moment infinite possibilities. At the Merchants Bank, we value your dreams. That's why we have been helping productive dreamers all across the state turn their visions into reality. Vermont busi- Bennington Bradlord Brattleboro Bristol Burlington Colchester Manchester Center Newbu North Bennington Northfield St. Johnsbury iiii I I iIiII  I than a century. We take dreams very seriously, especially yours. We're here to be your financial resource. The Merchants Bank, established for Vermonters in 1849. The Merchants Bank Danville East Thetford Enosburg Essex Junction South Burlington South Hero Springfield Vergennes i i HI,HI Fair Haven FaMec Groton Hardwick Hinesburg Jericho