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Wentworth buildings BES receives on state register Hannaford donation WENTWORTH--Apairofbuild- BRADFORD--The Bradford ings in Wentworth are among four Hannaford Supermarket recently that were added last week to the New presented Bradford Elementary Hampshire State Register of His- School Principal Adam Norwood toric Places. with a $1,000 check through the The Stevens-Currier House is a Hannaford Helps Schools program. well-preserved example of an 18*h The school plans to use the funds to century cape, which was the most support their winter activity common type of house in the town programs. They have received this through 1850. Records indicate that award six times out of the seven it may have been built by the local years that Hannaford has been in the blacksmith, who relocated with his market area. family to Wentworth on an ox sled. Customers triggered the As with many farms in the area, it donations by purchasing eligible was later used as a summerhome. products. Schools use the donations Meanwhile the Federal-style for whatever items students need Congregational Church of locally, whether that is new Wentworth was built in 1829-1830. computers, musical instruments, In 1867, it was divided into two sports gear, field trips orplayground Haverhill Library Association has announced receipt of a New floors inresponsetotheToleration equipment. Hampshire Community Grant from EverSource Energyto improvethe Act of 1819, which required library's external entrance lighting. The library applied for the grant in municipal and religious services to February and received the $1,000 grant check in August from Catalina have separate venues, The church is Celentsno, Community Relations Specialist with EverSource. Celentano (second from left) presented a grant check to Haverhill a landmark on Wentworth's corn- Library Trustees Eleanor Ingbretson, Mike Marshall, Marte Teechner, mon and its prominent three-stage Joe Kirkpatrick, and Vesta Smith (seated). 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LEGAL NOTICE LINE DANCING BRADFORD~Orange East Senior Center is holding intbrmal Line Dancing classes for exercise and just plain fun, each Tuesday at 10 a.m. Visit us on the web @ www.shakervalleyauto.net Late Models Classics Motorcycles z,Enflsld. NR 605-652-7901 LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF THETFORD DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Thetford Development Review Board will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. The Public Hearing will be held at the Thetford Town Office, 3910 Route 113, Thetford Center, VT beginning on or around 7:00 PM and ending no later than 11:00 PM to consider the following: Public Comment, review of prior minutes and administrative matters. 1 ) Continuation of a Warned Hearing on Application (Permit #ZP17-30) by Robin Junker-Boyce and Sean M. Boyce to install a fence Within the historic preservation overlay and waive the setback to the centerline of the travelled way from 25' to 20'. Location: 113 Academy Road Parcel Number: 0SA003.08 Tax Map Number:10-03-06.01 ~' . Zone:Village Residential/Historical District Proposal:Conditional Use with Site Plan Review and Waiver of Setbacks 2) Warned Hearing on Application (TSD#674) by John and Elizabeth Chapin for Re-Subdivision and Subdivision to turn 2 lots into 4 lots Location: 520 Robinson Hill Road Parcel Number: 0T0011.20 and 0T0011.22.5 Tax Map Number: 20-21-50 and 02- 00-31 Zone:Rural Residential Zone Proposal: Subdivision resulting in 4 lots 3) Development Review Board review of Draft Subdivision Regulations Administrative matters and any matters that may lawfully come before the Development Review Board. Materials related to upcoming matters, if any, may be reviewed in the Zoning Administrator's office during regular business hours or by appointment. Pursuant to 24 VSA sections 4464(a)(1)(C) and 4471(a), participation in this local NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE proceeding is a prerequisite to the By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a right to take any subsequent certain mortgage given by Heather Stearns and David Stearns to appeal. Richard R. Boch and Adele Lee Boch dated October 8, 2014 and Please note: The first 15 minutes of recorded in Book 129 at Page 741 of the Bradford Land Records this meeting are reserved for and pursuant to the Judgment Order and Decree of Foreclosure administrative matters. Hearings will by Judicial Sale filed November 9, 2016 and the Order Amending then be called in the order as they appear above. If more than one Judgment Order and Decree of Foreclosure by Judicial Sale filed hearing is scheduled and the applicant on April 4, 2017, in the case entitled Richard R. Boch and Adele does not appear, the next applicant Lee Boch v. David Stearns and Heather Steams Vermont Superior should be prepared to begin their Court, Orange Unit, Docket No. 106-8-16 Oecv the following notice hearing. of sale is hereby given: Mary Ellen Parkman Zoning Administrator TIME AND PLACE OF PUBLIC SALE: The property described in said Judgment Order and Decree of Foreclosure by Judicial Sale will be sold in its entirety at Public Auction at 4:00 p.m. on September 7, 2017 at the property located at 582 South Road in the Town of Bradford, Vermont. Aug August 23, 2017 JOURNAL OPINION--Page 15 FURNITURE & FLOORING MATTRESS GALLERY WINDOW FASHIONS REAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Being a parcel of land together with a dwelling house and other improvements thereon, known and numbered as 582 South Road in the Town of Bradford, Vermont; and being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Heather Stearns and David Stearns by the Warranty Deed of Richard R. Boch and Adele Lee Boch dated October 8, 2014 and recorded in Book 129 at Page 740 of the Bradford Land Records. BOXSPRING WITH ALL AMERICA'S MAI'[RESS, SERTA, & iCOMFORT MATTRESS SE'[S TERMS:The highest bidder will be required to pay a deposit of $5,000.00 in certified funds or by bank treasurer's check at the time of the auction. The highest bidder will be further required to pay by certified funds or bank treasurer's check within seven days of the date of the auction an additional deposit to make the total deposit equal to 10% of the auction bid. The highest bidder will also be required to sign a purchase and sale agreement at the time of the public auction. RIGHT TO REDEEM: The mortgagors Heather Steams and David Stearns are entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale. Other terms to be announced at the sale. Inquiries may be made with David Lussier of Lussier Auction Services, Lyndon, Vermont. Telephone 802-626-9541 Lussier@kingcon.com. Dated at St. Johnsbury, Vermont this 18th day of July 2017. /s/Charles D. Hickey, Esq. MAYO'S FURNITURE & FLOORING Bradford Hanneford store manager Bob Mslinarlo (left) and assistant manager Sandy Johnson (right) present s check to Bradford Elemen- tary School Principal Adam Norwood. COURTESY PHOTO Blaze a New Trail! white Mountains CommLmity College TAD SVENDSON 6:00am-10:00am PENNY MITCHELL 10:00am-3:00pm JESSIE ADDY 3:00pm-8:00pm WTWN Broadoast/ng,/no. H i ii WYKR 101.3 FM / WTWN AM 1100 P. O. Box 675 I 1047 US Route 302 Wells River, VT. 05081-0675 (802) 757-2773 / (603) 747-2770 I Fax: (802) 757-2774 www.wykr.com AM 1100 "1Yl e Ri 'er o,[ Lift'" ea~ MOODY ,A JIO rt Gr (i(e, QUEEN MATTRESS SETS AS LOW AS STORE HOURS See our Monday- Saturday contests and 9 am to 5:30 pm give-aways on Sunday 11 am to 5:30 pm ~ Facebook t t '