Thanks to all who voted for me on Tuesday. It’s apparent that the town is just not ready for me yet.
Also, thank you again, 6th grade students for your participation in the Town Report. Maybe someday you will be interested enough to run for office in town.
Finally, thank you Ray Shields for asking Green Mountain Power to bring their bucket down to fix the flag at the town office in Pownal. Had it not been fixed, it wouldn’t have been at half staff for Dale.
ELIZABETH "BETTY" BAKER
Pownal From the Hiland Hall School with gratitude
The Hiland Hall School in Bennington held its first annual Soup Stock event on Saturday, March 1, to raise money for the school’s scholarship fund. Held at the North Bennington Fire House, the event featured soups, bread and sweets donated by area restaurants and Hiland Hall families, music by Joe Tucker and Friends, and a raffle with items donated by friends and businesses near and far.
Hiland Hall students, teachers and families would like to thank the following for their generosity: Alexandra Langstaff, Alicja Bialasiewicz, American Girl, Amy Anselmo, Amy Reichardt, Anne Hunter, Bakkerji Krijnen, Battenkill Brittle, Bennington Beverage Outlet, Bennington Bookshop, Bennington Cinemas, Bennington Subaru, Billsville House Concerts, Blue Benn Diner, Brown Cow Cafe, Cabot Creamery Coop, Crazy Russian Girls Neighborhood Bakery, Darn Tough Vermont, David Banulis, Dion Snowshoes, Donna Myers, Dunkin Donuts, Dutton’s Berry Farm, Earth Sky Time Community Farm, East Arlington Takeout, Ed Levin Jewelry, Elm Street Market, Hannaford Supermarkets, Hawkins House Craftsmarket, Hiland Hall School, Jeff Gray Jewelry, Joe Tucker, Jonah Spivak, Judy Cohen, Kimberly Marsha, Knapp’s, Land Rover Driving Experience, Mance Family Tree Farm, Mass MoCA, Marc Madaio, New Morning Natural Foods, Northshire Bookstore, Otter Box, Polar Seltzer, Price Chopper, Raymond Finan, Fine Furniture, Red Barn Pottery, Red Comb Vintage and Handmade, Roundhouse Bakery, Seventh Generation, Shaws Manchester, South Street Cafe, Spiral Press Cafe, Staples, Stratton Mountain, The Arlington Inn, The Chocolate Barn, The Orvis Company, The Orvis Outlet, Tim Wozniuk, The Vermont Bird Place and Sky Watch, Vermont Confectionery, Vermont Country Store, Vermont Moonlight Cookies, Walmart, Whitman’s Feed Store and Wing and a Prayer Farm.
We would also like to thank everyone who attended. You made Soup Stock such a fun, inspiring community event. Your support means so much to us!
The Hiland Hall School is a small, independent progressive school serving children ages 5 -14. For more information about our school, call 802-442-3868 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
HILAND HALL COMMUNITY