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Meet at the diner
Gossip at
Jigsy's Diner!

Clara Reed
Clara Reed

Go Ski!

Dave Becker
loves to ski

Rev. Bellows
Rev. Bellows
Pastor

Farmer
Howard Liddle
Farmer

Realtor
Leslie Miller
Realtor

Alice Reed
Alice Reed
Bookstore Owner

Chris Perkins
Chris Perkins
Rural Kids

school teacher
Maggie Sheldon
School Teacher

postmaster
Paul Winkle
Postmaster

fish and game
Dexter Perry
Game Warden

innkeepers
The Goodalls
Innkeepers

banker
Tom Reynolds
Banker

Emily Kramer, Town Clerk

Emily Kramer
Rural Town Clerk
has freshly baked Apple Pie
for folks who visit Town Hall.
Please, help yourself.

You're lucky to catch me here.

Today's usually one of my days off. Budget cuts.

Let's see...what can I tell you about Rural, Vermont?

There are plenty of state and federal agencies available to you. We keep track of them here. Plus we can point you toward Vermont's politicians. I even like one or two of them. There are a few up in Montpelier I personally think we could lose, but I suppose it's like that no matter where you live.

If there's something you can't find here that you think ought to be here, be sure to let me know. I make it a point to keep up to date.



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Enter the SolarFest Songwriting Contest

SolarFest has added a new feature to its sixth annual summer festival July 29 and 30: organizers are inviting all singer/songwriters to enter its first ever Singer/Songwriter competition. Entries, including the $10 entry fee, must be mailed to SolarFest, PO Box 1052, Middletown Springs, VT 05757 and postmarked by July 1. Ten finalists will be chosen to perform two original songs at Solar Fest to compete for cash and other prizes. For information and complete showcase rules, visit www.solarfest.com or call 802-235-2050.
It's Your Turn: A Call to Local Office
What about getting involved in local government this year?
You might ask, "Why should I do that?"
First, your town needs you. There are over 5,000 local offices to be filled by election or appointment in Vermont's 237 towns, nine cities, 45 villages, and other varieties of local and regional government. Who do you think the people are who hold these jobs? They are residents, voters, taxpayers who felt an urge to serve and gave in to it.
Read more about getting involved in local government.




Rural Vermont's Local and State Government Links


Folks who represent Rural, Vermont in Washington, DC
State of Vermont Local Chambers of Commerce

 

 

 

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