Voters from Addison-5 (Bridport, New Haven, Weybridge) would do well to support Jubilee McGill as our new Representative to the Vermont House.
I got to know Jubilee when I began working closely with her to build the grassroots organization she brought to life as a rapid-response answer to the early days of the COVID-19 crisis: Addison County Mutual Aid. She quickly gathered volunteers, created systems and brought voice to the needs of Addison County residents. I observed her to be principled, efficient, compassionate and able to relate and collaborate with people across the socioeconomic...
If you drive by my house, you’ll note that a Black Lives Matter sign is front and center, flanked by signs promoting two Daves: Zuckerman for Governor and Silberman for High Bailiff.
Dave Zuckerman deserves our vote for Governor not just because of his strong performance in the role of Lt. Governor, but because his plans for Vermont combine vision and action. He lives and breathes commitment to the economic, mental, and physical well-being of all Vermonters, and to the future of our beautiful state.
Though I was plenty convinced by my own observation and research, I appreciate that Lt. Gov....
THESE WEYBRIDGE WOMEN have joined forces to reshape the school closure debate in the Addison Central School District. Pictured here, left to right, are Amy Mason, Jennifer Phelps and Julia Barry.
Independent photo/John S. McCright
WEYBRIDGE — Three Weybridge women have joined forces to infuse two ingredients they believe have been in short supply thus far in the school closure debate in the Addison Central School District: financial statistics and conversation that prioritizes students’ needs.
“We want to be doing what works best for children, particularly our most vulnerable children, and we want that to be at the very heart of our school board’s planning and decision making process,” said one of the women, Julia Barry.
She and her friends Amy Mason and Jennifer Phelps have a combined seven children attending either...
AMY MASON OF Weybridge (left), Sarah Morris of Vergennes (middle) and Peg Sutlive of Lincoln (right) recently graduated from the from the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute.
WILLISTON — Three Addison County women recently graduated from the from the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute: Amy Mason of Weybridge, Sarah Morris of Vergennes and Peg Sutlive of Lincoln. The commencement ceremony was held on June 1, at Basin Harbor in Vergennes.
Mason is currently the Board Chair at WomenSafe in Middlebury. Morris is the fifth-generation host at Basin Harbor in Vergennes. Sutlive is a Literacy/Math educator at Hinesburg Community School in Hinesburg. As participants in the Vermont Leadership Institute, the three joined joined 21 other leaders...