8/21/15 Cavendish Update Contains
1. Cavendish Related News
2. Thank you Sharon Huntley and CCCA
3. Soccer Coach/Players Needed
4. Cavendish Q & A: Recycling Plastic Pillows
5. Tiemann Cavendish Memoirs: Chapter 24/Fletcher Farm
6. Cavendish Community Fund Accepting Applications for Fall 2015 Grants
1. CAVENDISH RELATED NEWS
Researching Your Cavendish Ancestors? There is now a digital guide to help you locate where people are buried in the various Cavendish cemeteries. This is a work in progress. Cavendish Cemeteries
2. THANK YOU SHARON HUNTLEY AND CCCA
One again it was an incredibly successful Proctorsville concert series thanks to Sharon Huntley and the overall sponsorship of the Cavendish Community and Conservation Association. Thanks to sponsors, musician and all those who made this a special session. Looking forward to next year.
3. SOCCER COACH/PLAYERS NEEDED
A volunteer coach for grades 3-4 boys soccer is needed for this fall. Games are mainly on Tues- Thu, some Saturdays. Please contact Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, is your 3-6th grade daughter(s) interested in soccer? Players needed.
4. CAVENDISH Q & A-RECYCLING PLASTIC PILLOWS
Q. Regarding Cavendish Zero Sort recycling... I think they take plastics #1-#7, but is this only rigid plastics or do they also accept those inflated plastic shipping pillows (this particular batch is marked #2)?
A. According to Bruce McEnaney, Asst Town Manager, They can't be recycled using the present machinery operated by Casella. The problem with the pillows and also plastic shopping bags is that they blow around and get caught in the gears and bearings on the machine. They then have to stop sorting and cut the offending plastic away. However, you can include deflated packing pillows in your grocery store’s plastic bag recycling bins. These bins are usually located at the entrance of the store.
5. CAVENDISH MEMOIRS: CHAPTER 24/FLETCHER FARM
Now up to Chapter 24, the Tiemanns take advantage of the newly formed theater at Fletcher Fam. This week’s “bonus” feature is about Fletcher Farm and one of the performers-Walter Hard.
For the prelude and links to all of the chapters go to Coming to Vermont (Cavendish): Memoirs of Philip Tiemann
6. CAVENDISH COMMUNITY FUND ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
The Cavendish Community Fund has announced that it is now accepting grant applications for fall 2015 awards. The deadline for applying is October 1, 2015. Applications are available at www.CavendishCCCA.org under “Community Fund” and include instructions on how and where to apply.
Projects, programs or events must directly benefit the Cavendish community in some way. A panel of local citizens reviews all applications and recommends grant awards based on the quality and feasibility of each proposal. Grants are not expected to exceed $1,000 each and will depend primarily on the number of applications received and the amounts requested.
The fund began in 2007 and so far has distributed in total over $25,000 to various organizations and individuals for educational, artistic and cultural projects, programs and events of benefit to the Cavendish community. Since inception it has distributed some 38 awards.
For further information on applying, on eligibility or on any other aspect of the grant program, or for help completing the application, please call Peter LaBelle at 226-7250 or Barbara Dickey at 226-7187.
Upcoming Events This week
August 22 (Saturday): Arts & Crafts Festival at Fletcher Farm 10-4
August 26 (Wednesday): First Day of School. Please Drive Carefully!
For more information on these and other events, go to the Cavendish Connects August Calendar. For regional events, check out the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce Calendar.
8/21/15 Cavendish Update Contains