SUPPORT CAVENDISH CONNECTS BY ATTENDING BBQ UNDER THE STARS ON JULY 15.
6/23/17 Cavendish Update
1. Cavendish Related News
2. Cavendish Concerts Begin 2017 Series with Gypsy Reel
3. Schools Out-Activities for Cavendish Kids
1. CAVENDISH RELATED NEWS
Black River Water Testing for 6/21/17: In spite of all the rain, the sites on the Black River in Cavendish all tested clean for swimming and boating on June 21 (Wednesday). These sites include Greven Field (53 CFU) and the Cavendish Gorge (116 CFU)). Please note that it is a good idea to stay out of the rivers and lakes within 24 hours of a heavy rain, or anytime the water looks cloudy, as Ecoli levels can be a lot higher at these times. Thank you BRAT and Okemo for providing us with this invaluable service. To check other sites that are tested on the Connecticut River watershed, go to http://connecticutriver.us/site/content/sites-list
Attempted Burglary/Unlawful Trespassing Cavendish: Nico Spaulding, 35, of Chester pleaded innocent Tuesday to felony counts of burglary of an occupied dwelling and unlawful trespass as well as to accompanying misdemeanor counts of driving despite a suspended license and violations of pre-trial release conditions. Spaulding was arrested Monday morning after a homeowner on White’s Hill Road in Cavendish called state police reporting that he’d just been awoken by a male voice outside his residence saying “Okay..one, two, three…” right before he heard “a large banging noise that shook the walls and glass in his house.” Alex Turco told troopers that he grabbed his hunting rifle and ran to his front door to find Spaulding standing in his mud room “looking surprised,” Spaulding claimed he was looking for scrap metal. Spaulding reportedly ran away and took off in a red pickup truck, which was located a short time later in a driveway in Chester. A subsequent search of Spaulding’s pickup “revealed a large amount of scrap metal in the truck as well as numerous power and hand tools in the cab and bed of the truck, Spaulding, who has two dozen relatively minor convictions on his criminal record, was ordered held for lack of $10,000 bail on Tuesday and he is now facing a maximum potential penalty of up to 30 years in prison. Daily UV
Congratulations to the Cavendish Red Sox: On June 20, the Cavendish’s 9/10 year old boys baseball team won the 2017 championship by beating Chester 12-2.
Proctorsville Resident Speaker at BRHS Graduation: Craig Goodman, owner of American Pie Pizza in Ludlow, was the guest speaker for the Black River High School graduation. A former graduate, he described his many jobs in the last 29 years, including working in California, returning to VT and being the “alumni janitor.” With his wife 8 months pregnant, he quite his job at BRHS to open American Pie. That was 18 years ago and many wood stoves later, all of which he has built himself. Congratulations on a well received speech Craig. Rutland Herald
VT Health Care Reform Efforts are Not Improving Care: The Green Mountain Care Board, a regulatory body responsible for hospital budgets and insurance prices, published the results of a new survey Thursday, on the State Innovation Model, which established three accountable care organizations. The grant started in 2013, expires at the end of the month. The survey shows that about 9 out of 10 primary care providers who responded thought that health care reform had negatively affected care or not affected care, or they didn’t know whether reform affected care at all. VT Digger
2. CAVENDISH CONCERTS BEGIN GYPSY REEL 7/5/17: The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association (CCCA) and the Town of Cavendish invite everyone to spend an evening having fun on the Proctorsville Green on Wednesday, July 5th, starting at 6:00 p.m. when the annual summer music series kicks off with the sounds of Gypsy Reel.
The Celt band that rocks, Gypsy Reel has for over twenty years played high energy, stirring music rooted in the Celtic tradition but garnered from the whole world. Their music is an exciting synthesis of world rhythms and influences from three continents. Based in Ludlow Vermont the band continuously captivates local audiences.
This will be the first of several concerts that are held on consecutive Wednesday nights in July and August. For a listing of all 2017 concerts please go to the Upcoming Events page at http://www.CavendishCCCA.org.
CCCA encourages all area residents and visitors to join their friends and neighbors in front of the gazebo on the green. Bring a blanket or a comfortable chair, have a picnic, or just lie back and relax on the grass. It’s a fun way to enjoy the summer weather and either reconnect with old friends or make new ones.
As always, the concerts are free and open to the public. In case of inclement weather, please check the Cavendish Facebook page. For more information please call Robin at 226-7736.
3. SCHOOLS OUT-ACTIVITIES FOR CAVENDISH KIDS: With school ending on Thursday, Cavendish Connects has compiled a resource guide for various activities available in Cavendish and nearby towns. Available at The Dish, the guide includes links to day camps, swimming lessons, art classes, athletic opportunities and much more. Have fun this summer and we'll see ya in the fall!
JUNE 23 (FRIDAY): GMUHS Graduation
JUNE 25 (SUNDAY): Pickleball 10 AM at CTES.
• Cavendish Historical Society Museum Open 2-4.
JULY 1 (SATURDAY): Cavendish Historical Society’s Annual Plant Sale in front of the Museum from 9-2. For plant previews, go to the CHS blog.