The Fairfax News
November 2011 ★ A publication by the people of Fairfax ★ Vol. XXXIV, Iss. XI
Henry raymond’s Cover PHoto Fairfax, Fletcher Towns
Prepare to Vote
by Chris santEE
he Fairfax Fletcher Merger cilitating.
Committee will host informa- Other schools were invited to
tional meetings on November join the merger, but only Fairfax and
2nd at 6:30pm at the BFA Fairfax El- Fletcher were interested.
ementary Gym and on November 3rd While the committee found no
at 6:30pm at the Fletcher Elementary “earth shaking” savings, there were
Gym in preperation of a vote (in both some efficiencies identified that will
towns) on Tuesday, November 8th. save money and taxpayers will get a tax
Both Fairfax and Fletcher would have savings for four years.
to approve the vote for the merger to Fletcher students in the sixth grade
happen. The two schools will remain would attend classes at Fairfax mak-
open in both communities if merged. ing the middle school a full three years
The schools cannot close before 2012 at Fairfax. Fletcher students in grades
without a public vote in that town. nine through twelve would lose school
Happy 50th Anniversary
With the cost of education rising choice, as all would attend Fairfax, but
dramatically, in 2010, the Vermont students in both schools from grades
Legislature passed Act 153 creating in- one through six may be able to attend
Jim & Lena Meunier centives for taxpayers to merge schools
voluntarily in an attempt to cut costs.
the school of choice.
If merged, the two schools would
October 7th, 2011 While Fairfax and Fletcher were too
small in student enrollment to meet
be known together as the Fairfax
Fletcher Regional Educational Dis-
NEWS IN BRIEF School Board Act 153’s requirements, a waiver was
granted by the Board of Education.
trict, each school would still maintain
it’s own identity, or BFA Fairfax would
In Passing News The merger committee consisting
of volunteers from Fairfax and Fletch-
still be known as BFA Fairfax. Along
with Georgia, the three schools would
Jeannette G. Wills died peacefully by ElainE CarpEntEr, Chair
er first met on January 19th and con- still be the Franklin West Supervisory
at home in her sleep during the chool is now underway and we tinued to meet every two weeks alter- Union.
early morning hours of September are excited about all the learning nating between Fairfax and Fletcher.
15th. She had been diagnosed
Town Prepare to Vote
opportunities that are happening Betsy Lesnikoski was elected Chair
with Stage IV lung cancer in April for our students. Our full-day Kinder-
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with Ray Proulx and Laura Soares fa-
of this year. Most recently she had garten program is going very well with
been employed as the secretary
of St. Luke’s Parish. Jeannette was
students and teachers adjusting to the
increased learning/activity time. Stu-
Bullets Soccer Undefeated at 11-0
by Chris santEE
very active in her parish where she
dents and teachers in Grades 7 and 8
coordinated the RCIA program, now have iPads which are being used he Bellows Free Academy 6-1. After shutting out Winooski for
served on the Parish Council, was to develop personalized learning op- Fairfax boys soccer team has the second time, BFA went to Hazen
Director of Religious Education, a portunities. cruised to an undefeated 11-0 and won 3-1.
member of the Liturgical Commit- The entire school is now covered record and a number one ranking by A 6-1 thrashing of Danville and
tee, and a lay minister. Donations by a robust wireless network. We have the Vermont Principals Association for a 3-0 road win at D-2 Lake Region
in Jeannette’s memory can be 25 high school students who have Division-3. make the Bullets 11-0 and they have
made to St. Luke Parish, Growth enrolled in the Virtual High School After opening the season on the outscored their D-3 opponents 29-2.
and Development Fund, P.O. Box (VHS). Students are taking online road with a 2-1 victory over Division With Oxbow, Enosburgh and Rich-
7, Fairfax, VT 05454. courses and are finding them both en- 2 Milton, the Bullets returned home ford remaining on the schedule, coach
Sylva Thibault, 77, passed gaging and challenging. Some of the to shutout Hazen and Richford. Back Katie Mack will try to get the Bullets
away on September 26, 2011 VHS courses our students are taking on the road again, the Bullets beat into the playoffs with a Number One
at home surrounded by his lov- are Anatomy and Physiology, Me- D-2 Mt. Abraham 2-1 and again shut- Seed.
ing family. Upon his retirement as teorology, Sports and Society, Engi- out two D-3 opponents, Winooski and Watch FranklinOne.com for more
owner of Thibault’s Variety Store, neering Principles, the Vietnam War, Enosburgh. Bullets soccer and all Fairfax sports.
currently Nan’s Mobil, Sylva en- Video Game Design, Preveterinary On October 1st, Leland & Gray
joyed traveling, golfing, gardening Medicine, World Religions, Interna- came to Fairfax and became the first
and reading. He also worked for tional Business, and Cultural Identity D-3 team to score on the Bullets, but
A. W. Rich Funeral Home for over through Literature. Principal Michael it was far from enough as Fairfax won
26 years. Memorial contributions Clark took coursework this summer
in Sylva’s memory may be made to
Franklin County Home Health and
to be certified as a VHS instructor, a
requirement of our school’s enroll- Fairfax Meeting
Hospice, 3 Home Health Circle, St.
Albans, VT 05478.
ment in this program. He is teaching
Oceanography online to 15 students November 2nd at 6:30 pm
Geoffrey Randall Forsey, 50, from different New England states as
surrounded by his family, passed well as New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
Virginia. He reports that it is going re-
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ally well and they are building a strong Fletcher Meeting
learning community even though they
COMING NEXT do not meet face to face.
Our Middle School Principal, Tom
November 3rd at 6:30 pm
Walsh, has been chosen by the Nation-
MONTH al Association of Secondary School
Voting November 8th
Principals (NASSP) to serve on a com-
mittee to develop comprehensive prin-
cipal evaluation guidelines. He is one Postmaster, Please Mail To:
School Board NewS
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Special thanks to our
troops around the world.
We’re praying for you and
Thanksgiving we support you.
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This month, I’d like to thank you,
On August 28th, tropical storm
school and community. All of our stu-
dent athletes have learned a lot about
supplies and food on top of this tru-
ly showed us what gracious hosts the
the readers, for supporting this news- Irene came crashing through Vermont, giving back, wheteher it’s just to their folks of Fairfax are. The addition of
paper for the last ten years while I have destroying roads, houses, bridges and community or reaching out to some- the monetary donations was just more
had the pleasure of being editor. most everything in its path. Fortunate- one in need. Please thank everyone in- than we could believe. While we are
Lee Minor, of the Fairfax Busi- ly, Fairfax was spared serious damage, volved and let them know that it has still in shock ourselves over the heart-
ness & Professional Association, came but an upcoming football opponent given us hope and a little more step to braking damage done to our area of
knocking on my door just over ten didn’t fare so well. With only days till help out and give back. We will make Vermont, it is due to the acts of great
years ago and asked if I would be inter- the game, Karen McNall got to work it through this devastation and it’s be- kindness like this that helps us rest as-
ested in running the paper. With 9/11 and headed up a drive for Woodstock. cause of people and communiteis like sured that we will persevere and recov-
just happening, and Cale just being The people of Fairfax did not hesitate. BFA Fairfax. Thanks again.” er from this life altering event.
born, I accepted the job. Below, is a taste of its sucess: Thank you again for your kindness. On behalf of the Woodstock Union
Jacinta Monniere, of Charlotte, has Sincerely, High School Wasps, their families and
been doing the graphics for the full ten Coach Williams all those from our area, please accept
years. Thanks go to “Jazzi”. Dear Fairfax, our heartfelt thank you for everything.
It’s been a roller coaster ride cel- The BFA football team would like We may have started the day as two
to thank you for your generosity in Wasps Respond
ebrating championships and mourning On Saturday, September 3rd, we teams prepared to compete on the
tragic losses, but it’s a ride I’m glad I making the Woodstock/BFA BBQ a football field, but we left knowing we
success on September 3rd, 2011. had the pleasure of opening our foot-
took. ball season with a game at BFA Fairfax are truly on the same team, a lesson
The advertisers keep it going, so People donated money, some do- that was not wasted on anyone that
nated product and some donated against the Bullets. As you know, it was
please, keep them going. a great day and everyone was treated had the pleasure of being there. We
Thanks Lee, thanks FBPA and most their time as we came together as a look forward to seeing you again next
community to assist those in need in to a terrific football game with your
of all, thank you, the readers. It’s been Bullets eventually getting the best of year!
a fun ten years. the Woodstock area. We were able to With great thanks,
provide $776.64 in food, school sup- our Wasps 28-22 in overtime. What
Take care and God bless, a thriller! As great as the game was Mrs. Terry Gault
plies and cash, certainly an impressive WUHS Gridiron Club
Chris Santee accomplishment. Your generosity did though, the day will be remembered
for the amazing generosity, compas-
not go unnoticed.
The following is a note we received sion and true sportsmanship that you
FranklinOne.com from Woodstock’s Athletic Director, showed us afterward.
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Friendly Neighbors the children lined up in the loading
The Fairfax Friendly Neighbors dock, a nurse who had accompanied
Senior Citizens will again be sponsor- them read their tags and called the
ing the Seasonal Flu Vaccine Clinic name of the families that had agreed
on October 18th, from 10:00 am to to accept a new child into their homes.
Dr. Daniel Bean has been research-
11:30am at the Fairfax Fire Station.
ing “Orphan Trains” in Vermont and Come to a lender
Please come and stay for our regularly
scheduled luncheon at noon. presents this overview of the trains and who actually lends
The seniors meet twice a month riders as an opening to find more in-
on the first and the thrid Tuesday for formation. Wheteher you have an Or-
good conversation and an excellent phan Train ancestor or not, come learn
lunch. Our wonderful cook, Amber about this fascinating part of Vermont
Stokes, prepares a generous and nu- history.
tritious meal. Others who make the The meeting will be held in the Li-
luncheon happen are our kitchen and brary on November 18th at 7:00 pm.
dining room volunteers Charlotte Mc-
Nall, Sally Sweet, Mildred Warren and Listen Up!
Maryanne Zeno. VT Tutorial Thursday October
Officers this year are board mem- 20th at 6:30 pm. The library will be
bers Carrie Parsons, Charlotte McNall giving a short class about Listen Up!
and Emily Moon. Our secretary is Jean Vermont, a resource that allows you
Ertl, treasurer is Jim Youngvice presi- to download audiobooks and ebooks
dent is Bob Ertl and president is Elaine directly to your devices using your li-
Kirkpatrick. brary card! This service is now com-
For more information, you may call patible with Kindles! One-on-one help
Elaine at 849-6820. will be available so bring your iPods,
smartphones, Kindles or Nooks and
Christmas Concert your questions!
Fairfax’s Christmas Concert will be
held on Sunday, December 4th. Please Red Cross Babysitting
feel free to join the Fairfax Fletcher
Westford Band in celebrating this day.
The Fairfax Community Library
For more information, call 849-6760.
and the American Red Cross are offer-
Rehearsals start in mid-October.
ing a Babysitting Certification Course
for kids ages 11–15. It will cover topics
St. Luke Parish such as how to care for children and
Fairfax Annual Turkey Dinner infants, problem solving and making
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By reservation only, call 527-1121 will not be offered so bring your own!
between 10:00 am and 8:00 pm Mon- This Babysitting Certification course is
day through Friday starting October being offered free of charge because of Beekeeping school entrance of the school and trav-
FairFax you ever considered beekeep- el down the bike path. At the end of
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Take-Outs are available by reserva- Cross! Registration is necessary so
your own? Are you concerned about before circling back to the school for
tion. sign up at the library or call 849-2420.
the decline in the bee population and the PTSA sponsored Halloween Party!
what it means for the environment? Remember to dress up in your Hal-
Fairfax Historical Art & Apple Festival Join us at the Fairfax Community loween costumes and bring light sticks
Society Presents On Sunday, October 23rd, from Library with Vermont Certified Bee- and/or flashlights!
10:00–3:00 pm at the Brick Meeting keeper Michael Willard on Tuesday Goodies will be provided to all par-
Orphan Trains House on the Westford Common, art- ticipants!
October 25th from 6:30 - 8:00pm!
in Vermont ists and artisans will show their work Michael will discuss what it takes to The PTSA Halloween Party will
It was fall in Enosburg Falls, Ver- while you may purchase a fresh, home- start a hive, how to make and harvest be held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in
mont in 1905 when the train from made apple pie or have a slice with honey, and how the dramatic decline the High School gym. There will be
New York City arrived with about a cheese, hot coffee or cider. The West- of the bee population affects us. Mi- games, activities, crafts, popcorn and
dozen 3 to 4 year old children from ford Historical Society will exhibit his- chael will even bring in his own honey! drinks.
the New York Foundling Hospital. As toric photos. Info: 872-9683. Michael Willard owns and runs Contact Katrina at fairfaxparksan-
Green Mountain Bee Farm in Fair- firstname.lastname@example.org or 849-2641 with
fax, VT with his wife Nicole. Together any questions.
they raise locally produced northern
Vermont queens and produce pure
Vermont wildflower honey from their St. Luke Parish — Fairfax
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Annual Turkey Dinner
On Sunday, November 6th at Bel-
lows Free Academy Fairfax, St. Like
Parish will host their Annual Turkey
Planes & Helicopters Dinner with three seatings at 11:45
On Saturday October 29th from am, 12:45 pm and 1:45 pm.
1–3 pm, The Green Mountain Radio This delicious meal is by reservation
Controlled Airplane and Helicopter only! Call 527-1121 between 10:00
Club will be at the Fairfax Community am and 8:00 pm on Monday through
Library! The afternoon will start with Friday.
a presentation about building and fly- The cost for adults is $10, children
ing RC planes and then all ages will en- 6-12 are $5 and children under 6 are
joy a flying demonstration as the club our guests.
shows off their favorite moves! Please Take-outs are available by reserva-
sign up in advance at the library or by tion!
Fairfax Balloon Landing calling 849-2420!
by lydia GarrEtt See you there!
On Saturday October 8 the residents of River Road (near Fairfax Falls) were treat-
ed to an extraordinary sight: a hot air balloon glided across the Lamoille River and Halloween Parade Breakfast
landed on the lawn near the Fairfax Salvage driveway at about 6:00 pm. About Coming in November.
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NewSBriefS 85 – Passed away suddenly, tragi- Help Wanted fairfax fletcher Merger
Continued from page 1 cally, and unexpectedly on Thursday Going Places Learning Center has Continued on page 4
September 8, 2011. In Fairfax, she been operating in the J&L Business
away at his home in Westford after With the proposed merger, student
was known helping out at the Egg Park for a year and a half now and it
a courageous battle with cancer on learning should benefit due to expand-
Run for the last four years. She would just keeps getting better.
Thursday October 6, 2011. Geoff ed opportunities for early education,
arrive with her granddaughter Ka- Currently, Going Places is looking
loved working on his race car and sharing of part time staff will increase
trina (Antonovich) at 6:00am and be for a Lead Teacher (CDA or Degree
looked forward to race night at Thun- opportunities in both schools and a
the last to leave well after noon. She in early childhood development), an
der Road. A true fan of baseball, greater opportunity and access to extra
was so excited to have her picture on assistant teacher (will train) and substi-
Memorial contributions in Geoff’s curricular activities.
the front page of the St. Albans Mes- tute teachers to cover lunches and sick
memory may be made to the Fairfax The new FFRED School Board
senger this year helping out. days (mostly mothers hours).
Fletcher Westford Little League at would include seven members, five
Call Peggy Feerick, or Christel Mi- from Fairfax and two from Fletcher,
chaud at 849-9030. giving Fletcher a voice in the high
Adrienne Georgia Wood (Bizgia)
school. A single budget should lead to
efficiencies in staffing and resources,
a combined transportation system,
single contracts for teachers and staff,
single audits and simplify State and
Federal reporting requirements.
Members of the study committee
include Lars Baris, Terence Keating
and Betsy Lesnikoski of Fletcher and
Jesse Cronin, Robin Freeman, Nancy
Mead, Madonne Rainville, Margeret
Stewart, Corrie Sweet and Chris San-
tee of Fairfax.
If the merger is approved, the new
Fairfax Fletcher Regional Educational
District will begin operation on July
The Fairfax Fletcher Merger Com-
mittee will host informational meet-
ings on November 2nd at 6:30pm at
the BFA Fairfax Elementary Gym and
on November 3rd at 6:30pm at the
Fletcher Elementary Gym in prepera-
tion of a vote (in both towns) on Tues-
day, November 8th.
If you cannot attend, check Frank
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Fairfax FD Calcutta
he Fairfax Fire Department
will be hosting its tenth annual
Calcutta at Smugglers’ Notch
Meeting House in the village on Satur-
day evening, October 22. This year as
in the past we will sell only 98 tickets at
$100.00 each and raffle off ticket #99
and #100 that evening for $10.00 a
ticket. The $100.00 ticket will include
two dinners. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
there will be a full cash bar available; a
full buffet will be served at 7:00 p.m.
The raffle will follow the meal. Dessert
and coffee will be served during this
time. You do not need to be present
to win draw 1 thru 100. If additional
people wish to attend the meal, the
cost will be $25.00 per person.
For any further questions, please
call Dave Yergeau at 849-6519, Greg
Hartmann at 849-6232, or Tom Sny-
der at 849-2403. Please accept our sin-
cere “thank you” for considering our
raffle, and we hope to see you!
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School Board NewS social and civic behaviors. This is the BFA Students Making early Christmas presents! To learn
Continued from page 1 kind of educational experience that is more about PHPG, please visit their
not only taught in school but is also
a Difference website www/phpgmicrolending.org
of ten principals, chosen from schools taught by being part of a caring and eople Helping People Global, a Isabel Gamm
all over the country, to work with generous community. Thank you, Fairfax based non-profit organi- Program Director
NAASP and the National Associa- Fairfax, for giving our students this zation, would like to recognize People Helping People Global
tion of Elementary School Principals valuable lesson. the BFA National Honors Society and +1 804-859-5597 (U.S.)
(NAESP) to develop these guidelines. Student Council for all their support.
Tom will be a tremendous asset to this The groups will be dedicating the en- Thanks Beemans
Saxon Hill Open tire week of homecoming to educat- Thanks to the Beeman family for
Every month at our regular board House ing their peers and raising funds for fixing up the Welcome to Fairfax signs.
meeting we will have a presentation On Saturday. November 12th from PHPG. This organization, strives to
on an educational issue. In Septem-
ber, Rich Reid presented on the high
9:30 am to 11:30 am, there will be an
Open House at Saxon Hill School,
eliminate poverty in the developing
world through providing zero percent
school special education audit that was Route 15, next to the Old Red Mill, 7 interest microloans in areas of need. Bullets Soccer
completed last year. The educational Redmill Drive in Jericho. Isabel Gamm, co-founder of PHPG, Tuesday, October 18th
presentations will happen early in the Director, staff, and families avail- a 2004 graduate of BFA and a former ENOSBURGH
meeting and you are always welcome able to answer questions about this member of the NHS, commented, “It
to join us. parent cooperative preschool offering makes me so happy to see these kids
October – the Flipped classroom three NAEYC accredited programs,
Thursday, October 20th
volunteering their time and setting a
(using educational technology to in- including kindergarten, for children good example for their peers and the at Richford
crease student learning) age 3–5. Fairfax youth.” Motivated by a won-
November – iPad Initative in the (802) 879-0182 or saxonhillregis- derful adviser, Sara Daniels Villeneuve, Friday, October 21st
middle school email@example.com. these groups are constantly volun- JV at Mississiquoi
December – Kindergarten program teering their time for both local and
and the transition to full day Winter & Spring global issues. Isabel commented, “The
January – Budget Preparation kids are doing their part to make the Tuesday, October 25th
February – Kindergarten to Grade Soccer world a better place and they should Playdowns Start
5 Literacy Winter soccer all ages — Franklin be commended for their efforts.” The
March – Guidance services County Vermont Voltage Indoor Soc- group will be selling “green” water
April – Social Studies Programming cer League at Collins Perley Complex Lady Bullets
bottles, fan gear for Homecoming and
May – NECAP results from January to May ($25 to $30 per fair-trade products to raise money for Wednesday, October 19th
June – Local Action Plan month). PHPG. LAKE REGION
Earlier this fall, our football team Spring soccer all ages Junior Volt- Also to be noted, BFA Fairfax will
played Woodstock at home. The great- age. host a blood drive on Oct. 20th. Out-
To sigh nu and get more info, go to
Friday, October 21st
er community of Woodstock has been side of the gymnasium, members of the
very hard hit by Hurricane Irene. Our www.vermontvoltage.com or call Volt- at Hazen
NHS will be selling beautiful fairtrade
community organized a barbeque for age office at 527-1077, or in person at products from Central America to help
the players after the game and gave the Voltage Clubhouse (corner of Main PHPG raise funds. If you would like Tuesday, October 25th
players large quantities of school sup- and Kingman Streets), St. Albans on to support the NHS, Student Council, Playdowns Start
plies, non-perishable food items and November 4th from 3:00 pm to 7:00 PHPG and the American Red Cross all
$800 to bring back to their town. This pm or February 24th from 3:00 pm to in one day, then please make an effort
effort was the work of our students as 7:00 pm. to come give blood and purchase some
well as our community. Our mission
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of the volunteers who have stepped whether to continue our operations. coming year. Reminder: Trustees who
Citizens for Fairfax forward to help. We are left with the If we decide to continue, we will need can’t attend in person can still take
Community, Inc. (CFC) reality that we cannot pull this off as some new Trustees, as at least two cur- part in the meeting via conference call
9/21/11 Meeting Minutes: a grassroots independent nonprofit or- rent board members will be leaving. or Skype by pre-arranging with Mark.
CDP has decided not to award ganization –at least not at this time. Suggestions for replacements are ur- Respectfully submitted,
us the planning grant. Over- In researching how other towns gently needed. Mark Hunziker, Secretary
night, VCDP’s attention has have accomplished similar projects, we If some logistical concerns raised
shifted from routine projects to emer- found that every one that was success- by the Masons can be satisfactorily ad- Constable Resignation
gency flood ful –with one exception– was done as dressed, we will move ahead with the Dear Citizens of Fairfax:
relief to facili- a municipal project. We must conclude Haunted House fundraiser, in partner- I regret to inform you that I am re-
ties in central that it is only with greater involvement ship with the Recreation Department. signing from my position as First Con-
and Southern from the Fairfax Town itself (i.e., its Our next Citizens for Fairfax Com- stable for the town of Fairfax. Due to
VT. The focus elected officials and taxpayers), that munity meeting will be held this com- the new training guidelines set by the
on these ur- we will be able to create a community ing WEDNESDAY, the 19th, 7:00- state of Vermont I no longer feel that
gently needed center –not as an independent organi- 9:00 pm at the Hunzikers’ home, 234 I can safely execute my duties as First
infrastructure repairs is likely to con- zation. So it’s now up to the Town to River Road (next to Fairfax Salvage). Constable. My last day of employment
tinue for the foreseeable future –not decide if, how, and when to proceed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need will be October 1st, 2011.
only for VCDP, but for all state fund- The question for CFC is whether more directions. Hope to see you there! It has been an amazing experience
ing agencies. So our chances for ob- our continued existence as an inde- As you know, we need to decide how working in the Fairfax community and
taining any grant to pay consultants pendent nonprofit is likely to be of any to adapt our focus and our activities interacting with the amazing people
to help us on our project seems slim benefit in such a process. Is there an after failing to receive the VCDP plan- that live here. I am so grateful to have
for the next couple of years. And we advantage to keeping CFC alive as an ning grant –including whether CFC grown up and currently live in such
have found that accomplishing what organization? A few possible advantag- even has any role at all to play in creat- a wonderful town with and awesome
we need to do next to move toward es were discussed; and we will investi- ing a community center for Fairfax. I sense of community spirit. I will miss
creating a community center (evaluate gate further. met with Ann Cousins and Paul Bruhn being involved as the Constable within
the Baptist Building’s renovation and In light of the questions outlined of The Preservation Trust of Vermont our community but as I stated before
upgrade costs in more detail, create a above, we tentatively decided to hold recently to hear their thoughts on this, new state regulations have put me in a
sustainable business plan for the com- the annual meeting in November this and came away much encouraged and position where I no longer feel com-
munity center, and plan and execute a year to give us enough time to first with a fresh perspective on what we’ve fortable performing my duties.
capital fundraising campaign to pur- gather information and input and de- accomplished, where we stand right Thank you for the support and the
chase and renovate the building) is be- cide, at our October meeting, about now, and viable options for carrying opportunities that you have provided
yond the available time and expertise the work forward. Ann will attend our me during the last four years. I have
meeting, and Trustees and interested enjoyed my tenure with the town of
members need to hear what she has to
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November 19th from 9:00 am–
and a Haunted House report. Note
that we are still looking for sugges- 3:00 pm and November 20th from
1261 Main Street tions for new people who may be will- 10:00 am—2:00 pm at the Cambridge
Fairfax ing to serve as CFC Trustees. We also Elementary School. Contact Sam Lot-
need to hear from any current Trustees to at 793-5509 and check Franklin
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Craft Fair & Holiday Fairfax Recreation $
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Showcase he Fairfax Parks and Recreation
ur craft fair and holiday show- Department has many activities
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musical rythms and moves to create NEWSLETTERS
We will also need large groups of BROCHURES
a dynamic workout system designed LETTERHEADS
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silent auction table. Any assistance you Durocher at 849-6621 for more info;
can give will be much appreciated. $7 per class.
Thank you. Coming Soon: Jujutsu classes for
Karen Langelier kids and adults.
Secretary Second Annual Halloween Parade
BFA BFA & Pumpkin Carving — October 28th.
Check their website at www.Fair-
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Our Town of Fairfax
Contact #’s — Departments and Offices
Town Clerk’s Office 849-6111 Ext. 1, Ext. 2 ........... Monday–Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm (first and third Monday 6:00-8:00 pm)
Zoning/DRB/Planning Office 849-6111 Ext. 3 ....... Monday-Thursday Call for Hours (Mon. 6:00 pm-8:00 pm)
Zoning Administration 849-6111 Ext. 4 ................... Monday-Thursday Call for Hours (first and third Monday 6:00-8:00 pm)
Lister’s Office 849-6111 Ext. 5 ................................. Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9:30 am-4:00 pm
Utility Office 849-6111 Ext. 6 .................................. Monday & Tuesday 9:15 am-2:45 pm
Selectboard Office 849-6111 Ext. 7 .......................... Monday through Thursday 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Parks and Recreation Director .................................. Katrina Antonovich 849-2641
Water/Sewer Facility 849-6033................................. Monday–Friday 7:00 am-4:00 pm (24/7 Emergency Call 849-6304)
For Your Information Events
* Burn Permits/Fire Warden Duane Leach 849-6174 * Dog Licenses were due April 1st
* Assistant Fire Warden Paul Langelier 849-2230 * Trash & Recycle Pick Up Days
* Dog Bites — Report Immediately to Town Health Wednesdays and Thursdays
Officer Peter King at 849-2243
Call 1-800-439-3615 for more info
* Animal Control Officer Bill Stygles 849-6268
* Fairfax Constable Wanted See Ad Below! * New recycle bins can be picked up at the Town
Office during regular office hours.
* Selectboard Meetings first three Mondays
* Bill Ormerod, Chairperson
* Randy L. DeVine, Bob Horr, Peter King and
* Deadline for Selectboard Meeting Agenda Items Please feel free to contact the Fairfax Selectboard at
Wednesday at 3:30 pm FairfaxSelectboard@yahoo.com
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Town of fairfax
Library Assistant Wanted PO Box 27 • Fairfax, Vermont 05454
This position’s hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3–8 p.m. and Tel. 802-8496111 / Fax 802-849-6276
Saturdays from 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Duties include general operation of the email@example.com
library, customer service at the circulation desk, managing overdue
lists and correspondence, shelving, Inter Library Loans, preparing new 1ST CONSTABLE VACANCY
THE TOWN OF FAIRFAX IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR A PART-
books for the shelf, managing periodical collection, assisting patrons in TIME 1ST CONSTABLE POSITION. WE ARE SEEKING A SERVICE ORI-
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good organizational skills are a must. College degree preferred. Love BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE, BE A REGISTERED VOTER IN THE
of books and knowledge of libraries a plus. Pay is $13 - $15 per hour TOWN OF FAIRFAX, POSSESS EXCEPTIONAL MORAL CHARACTER
depending on experience.To apply, send resume and letter of interest AND ETHICS, BE CERTIFIED AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER BY
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munity Library, 75 Hunt St., Fairfax, VT 05454 OR fairfaxlibrarian@ THIS IS AN ELECTED POSITION, AND ANY APPOINTMENT TO THIS PO-
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TERM. THIS TERM EXPIRES ON TOWN MEETING DAY IN 2012. AT
WHICH TIME; THE PERSON APPOINTED TO THIS POSITION WOULD
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Chocolate Zucchini Muffins 2011 Vermont State Champions
The crisp mornings of September signal that summer is Franklin County 13-year-old Babe Ruth
drawing to a close and with that comes an abundant harvest
from the garden. I’m always searching for recipes to exhaust my
zucchini supply. Here is one of them. Enjoy!
Preheat oven to 350F.
Grease muffin pan and set aside. (I
used a non-stick pan with no grease
and they didn’t stick at all.)
Whisk flour, cocoa, baking pow-
der, baking soda, salt and cinnamon
In another bowl, cream mashed
banana with applesauce and sugar.
Add in soymilk, vanilla, zucchini,
chocolate chips, and walnuts. Stir un-
til evenly combined.
Add flour mix to wet mix in 3–4
1¼ cups whole wheat pastry
batches and stir until just combined.
flour Spoon batter into greased muffin
¼ cup unsweetened cocoa pan and bake 18-25 minutes, or until
1¼ tsp baking powder a toothpick inserted into the center
¾ tsp baking soda comes out clean. Top Row (Left-Right): Mgr. John Lovelette, Matt Walsh, Tony Clark, Tyler
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1 cup shredded zucchini
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(precipitation in inches)
An Afternoon from WCAX
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Come listen to midieval, renais- 1983 50.16 inches
sance and traditional music on Sunday, 2006 46.99 inches
November 13th from 4:00 pm to 5:00
pm at the UCW White Church at the
2011 46.44 inches*
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For almost 20 years, the Inn
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Hollow Road has hosted visi-
tors to our community from all
over the world, many visiting
Marnita Leach, Duane Leach, Cathy Leach, DJ Leach, Christin Hamel and the
friends and relatives in Fairfax.
guest of honor Larry Leach at Larry’s 80th Surprise Birthday Party!
Brad & Jacquie have also host-
ed countless weddings, recep-
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up to 30 days after breaking the seal
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