June 30th, 2016
ADDISON COUNTY — Twenty-nine Mount Abraham, Middlebury, Vergennes and Otter Valley union high school softball players and one coach received postseason recognition from either the Metro Conference or Marble Valley League A Division for their efforts this spring.
The coach is MUHS mentor Polly Rheaume, who was named Metro Conference Coach of the Year after guiding the Tigers to a 14-2 regular season mark.
ADDISON COUNTY — A number of local athletes played and made an impact for Vermont senior all-star teams against their New Hampshire counterparts this past weekend in annual Twin State games, but could not prevent a Granite State sweep of the contests.
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department recently made available the list of dates and regulations for the 2016-2017 migratory bird hunting seasons.
A printable copy of the regulations can be downloaded from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com). A printed version will also be available from license agents and post offices by mid-July.
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NEW HAVEN — Tourterelle Dining & Inn graciously hosted the United Way of Addison County’s Community Celebration on May 26. Over 90 community members attended the event, enjoying the beautiful setting and food provided by Christine Snell of Tourterelle in New Haven.
LUDLOW — The Vermont Soccer Officials Association has scheduled two clinics for anyone interested learning how to officiate soccer in order to do games at the elementary, middle or high school levels, or for those who would like to improve their officiating skills.
MIDDLEBURY — The Ralph Myhre Golf Course held two tournaments last week as well as its weekly Thursday men’s golf and Friday Evening Mixer events.
On June 25 and 26, the course hosted its Men’s Member/Member Tournament. The Gold Tees Low Gross top finishers were Bert Phinney and George Wendel, and the Gold Tees Low Net top performers were Jim Rubright and Tom Maxwell.
The White Tees Low Gross top finishers were Brent Raymond and Carsen Sanchez, and the White Tees Low Net top finishers were Mike Adams and Eric Bergland.
RANDOLPH — Delaynah Leavitt, Sophia Wolak and Celia Heath from Mount Abraham Union High School headed to Green Mountain Girls’ State in Randolph on June 18. These young ladies attended a nonprofit leadership conference that focused on the political structure in the State of Vermont, remembrance of Veterans and active patriotism. This event is sponsored the Vermont Department of the American Legion Auxiliary.