MIDDLEBURY — Swift House Inn co-owner Dan Brown is no stranger to serving his country. Prior to becoming an innkeeper, the U.S. Naval Academy graduate spent 27 years piloting ships, P-3 airplanes and a segment of the Navy’s acquisition management division.
Now he’d like to serve his community as a member of the Middlebury selectboard.
Brown is one of two candidates to have thus far announced for two spots up for grabs this coming March on the town’s chief governing board. The other is incumbent selectboard Chairman Brian Carpenter, whose current three-year term is expiring.
A DOROTHY PUTS some touches on her gourd creature at last year’s Page One Literacy Project Halloween party at the Swift House Inn. This year’s party will be held from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Inn.
Photo courtesy Samantha Scharf
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College’s Page One Literacy Project is inviting families to come to its annual Halloween event on Saturday, Oct. 26, from noon-2 p.m. at the Swift House Inn. Page One Literacy Project is a program that visits elementary schools in Addison County weekly to read books and do crafts with the students there, promoting an overall love of literacy.
Each year, Page One hosts a Halloween event where they play Halloween games, do Halloween-themed crafts, decorate cookies and pumpkins, and read some thematic books. This is a great opportunity for families to enjoy the Halloween...