Governor loosens restrictions on outdoor recreation

GUS HODDE, LEFT, takes a shot while Zach Jette waits to retrieve his ball at the basketball court in the Middlebury Recreation Park this past Friday. The Middlebury teens were among many Vermonters who got out and enjoyed some athletic activity after Gov. Scott eased social distancing restrictions on outdoor recreation. Independent photo/John S. McCright

VERMONT — “Everyone is just glad to be out and playing golf,” said Derrick Cram, business manager of the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury on a sunny afternoon this week.

County students participated in Vt. Brain Bee

THE MOUNT ABRAHAM Union High School Neuroscience team pause for a photo at UVM during the Vermont Brain Bee earlier this semester. From left are: adviser Samantha Kayhart, Isabella Currier, Ryan Marcotullio, Sadie Alderman, Brynn Winchester and Owen Kelliher. All are freshmen except Winchester, who is a senior.

BURLINGTON — The 2020 Vermont Brain Bee did happen and local high school participants added depth to the competition and day or exploration, officials noted.


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