This week it finally felt like summer is here. In addition to being the time for graduations, BBQ’s (Harpoon’s BBQ Festival is July 29/30th) and swimming (ropes, boards and guards are being installed this week at Kennedy Pond) it is also time for construction. This is what we have on the books so far:
Bids for Bridge Street repaving are being opened on June 30th
Grind and pave the street
Repair the small retaining walls on the corners of Main, Bridge, and Union
Replace the sidewalk on the south side of Bridge from the daycare center to Main St.
Pine/Court/Jacob St. construction to begin sometime in the teens of July
Grind and repave road
Replace water & sewer lines
Landscaping on the slope behind the new wall and railing between the old firehouse and the diner.
Final design phase for the following:
Paving Cherry St. neighborhood/Everett Ln. Ruth Carney Dr./ Dewey Ave.
Repair slope on McClinton Ave.
We will get as far as money and schedules allow. Those items not completed this year will be first to be done next year along with additional paving.
The wet weather, additional mowing responsibilities and preparation for both the Memorial Day and Alumni ceremonies have our highway crew a little behind. They have been out grading and pothole patching this week but there is still a lot to do. Road maintenance is top on the schedule and weather permitting we will be out grading and applying chloride to keep the dust down. In the mean time take it slow and easy.
Town hall is also getting painted. Much of the work has been completed there is still a little left to do.
Thanks to all who organized Alumni Weekend! Find a video of the parade here. It was a pleasure to provide the ride for the Grand Marshall Penny Armstrong, she was a very nice person and respected member of the WHS staff.
Windsor Card $100 Winners
Windsor Downtown Merchants are pleased to announce the three winners of the 2017 Windsor Card $100 cash prize. On the back of each Windsor Card is a number. If your number matches one of the three below please bring the card to Windsor Friends & Company for verification and claim your $100 in cash. Winners must claim prize by July 11, 2017. Numbers: 4019, 4250, 4280
Car Wash to support the Comets – This Saturday
The Windsor Comets AAU basketball club has 5 girls teams and 5 boys teams. The teams are made up of players from Windsor and surrounding towns. All of these teams played in the AAU State Championship tournament in Burlington. The 4th grade girls and 6th grade boys won all of their games which qualified them to go to the Nationals in Pennsylvania!! This tournament runs June 29th through July 3.
In an effort to defray the costs (approximately $12,600) associated with this endeavor, the teams will be doing various fundraising events.
One of these events will be a car wash/bottle drive/ touch a truck this Saturday between the hours of 8:30 and 11:00 at the Fire Department on Union St. The car wash will be by donation, please give generously! As for the bottle/can drive, fill up those garbage bags with returnables and bring them to the FD during this event. The “Touch a Truck” will feature firetrucks, ambulances, a police cruiser, a RACE CAR, and possibly some construction equipment.
The girls team will also be doing a a layup competition on Monday June 19 at the Rec center to raise money. If you can’t make Saturday’s event please consider sponsoring one of these young ladies!
The Windsor Comets would like to thank you in advance for your support. If you know any of these players please take a minute to congratulate and wish them luck in the tournament. Should you have any questions concerning fundraising or donations please email WindsorCometsaau@gmail.com . Questions concerning the carwash please contact Chief Kevin McAllister @ 674-9043. THANK YOU!!
Bulky Waste Drop Off
I frequently hear that residents wish Windsor had a transfer station. In round numbers surrounding towns spend between $300K and $400K per year on their transfer station with about half of the expense covered by fees and the other half supported by taxes. That does not include the facility or the land. While a transfer station for Windsor is not currently in the plans we will be offering additional programs to assist with the removal of items from your home.
On July 8th 9am – noon we will be offering a bulky waste collection for items like old furniture, scrap wood, metal, and tires. This service will be free (paid for with Windsor tax dollars, so not exactly free) and open to Windsor residents only. Without proof of residency you will be turned away. We will have 6 roll offs on hand to accept material. We will also have volunteers on hand to confirm that items are acceptable.
Over the next few months we will schedule additional collections for hazardous waste, electronic waste, and batteries.
Hamm Gillett and I filmed a Windsor on Air segment yesterday that will begin airing shortly. The program covers all of the different way property owners can get rid of everything from lightbulbs and paint to sofas and refrigerators. It also covers details on the July 8th collection.
Concurrent with this service the Town will be more engaged in enforcing regulations related to blight, floodway regulations (related to debris in the floodway) unregistered vehicles and dangerous buildings. We hope this bulky waste collectionwill be helpful to those in violations of current regulations.
Saturday June 17, 2017 from 7 to 9:30 AM, Mascoma Chapter of New Hampshire Audubon is to hold a bird walk on the grounds bordering the state correctional facility (prison farm) in Windsor, VT. This walk is free and open to the public. Bring binoculars if available, drinking water, and insect repellent. Participants should be prepared to walk as much as a mile over fairly level but unpaved and possibly damp terrain. We’ll be looking for breeding birds in the wide variety of habitats at this site where, according to eBird records, throughout the year 145 species have historically been found. Summer birds have historically included snipe, cuckoos, kestrels, a variety of flycatchers, a number of warbler species including Blue-winged Warbler, towhees, field sparrows, and bobolinks. This bird walk will not be held in the unfortunate case of steady, heavy rain or thundershowers. Te walk will be starting from the parking area next to the red building on the east side of Marton Road just to the south of the intersection with Pond Road
For more information about Mascoma Chapter field trips, see www.mascomabirds.org
West Windsor 5 & Dime Road Race
June 17th 9:00 AM Ascutney Trails Kiosk, West Windsor, Join Harpoon in Windsor, VT for this year's West Windsor 5 and Dime! The race will take place on a hilly lollipop loop course on some beautiful and challenging trails. After the race, crack open a few cold Harpoon and UFO beers.
Cedar Hill's 16th Annual Father's Day Antique Car & Tractor Show
Sunday, June 18th 12-2pm Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community. Join us for one of Cedar Hill's major events of the year where our residents, families and the public love mingling with the cars and tractors and their drivers on our beautiful campus. Antique Cars & Tractors * Free Root Beer Floats * Live 50's & 60's Music with Roy Munstermann. 50/50 Raffle to Benefit Resident Entertainment Fund. Have a classic car? Bring it to the show! No Registration Fees! For more information call Barb Flinn at (802)674-6609 ext. 216 or visit our website link Come enjoy!
3D Windsor Exhibit Opens at Old Constitution House
A new three-dimensional history exhibit opens at Old Constitution House State Historic Site on June 17. Windsor in 3D features the work of Windsor High School students who participated in “3D Vermont: Town History in 3D Competition,” an annual state-wide contest that began in 2015. On July 17 at 2:00 p.m., incoming Windsor High School senior Vincent Moeykens introduces the Windsor in 3D exhibit. Mr. Moeykens will talk about his team’s creation of a three-dimensional model of the historic Cox House for the 2017 competition. In addition to the complete model of this iconic Windsor building, the students crafted separate architectural components such as columns, windows, and doors. The designer of the original Cox House, noted early American architect Asher Benjamin, would be astounded by the intricate details achieved by his 21st-century counterparts.
American Precision Museum Steve Dalessio Gives Expert Insight Tour
Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 2:00pm Join museum trustee Steve Dalessio on a walk-through of the exhibits as he shares his knowledge about favorite machines on display, their earlier precedents, and evolution into new machines in today’s dynamic manufacturing environment. He will be bringing show and tell items to share. Steve is General Manager and Partner at Lake Machine Co. Inc. in Claremont NH and enjoys sharing his passion for machining technology. Some of the machines will be the Ames inletting machine and the Gridley automatic lathe.
Steve Dalessio, has been at Lake Machine Co. Inc. in Claremont NH since 2002. From 1980 -2002 he rose to Director of Business Development at Alpha Wassermann (formerly Electro-Nucleonics, Pharmacia Diagnostics, and Schiapparelli Bio-systems). He apprenticed as a Tool and Die maker and received his engineering education at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Learn more about the museum, its history, and events and programs to be held at the historic building at our website. https://www.americanprecisionmuseum.org
SpringMore Saturdays at SILO
Saturday, June 17th 12:00pm 3:00pm THE best sausages and kielbasa in all of the Upper Valley! Come meet one of the farmers we work closly with here at SILO. John owns SpringMore Farm, a small, family farm in Baltimore Vermont. After our grains are spent, and all alcohol removed, they are picked up by John to use as feed at SpringMore. His pigs and chickens are getting some of the best Vermont grain around! John will be here every Saturday serving up sausages, kielbasa and other treats right on our patio. Full circle at its finest.Wash it all down with a craft cocktail in the sun!
Mt. Ascutney Hospital Classic Golf Tournament
The 2017 MAH Golf Classic will be held on Monday, June 19th at the Woodstock Country Club. You don’t have to play to be part of this fun event! The tournament will feature a silent auction, with all proceeds to benefit Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Ottauquechee Health Center.
To view the list of auction items, please visit www.vtgolf.org and click on the blue “Auction” buttons. If you would like to bid on something from now through Sunday, please email Stephanie.Soles@mahhc.org. Please stop by the Woodstock Country Club on Monday between 12:30-5:00 PM to bid in person.
Open For The Season
Cider Hill Art Gallery, Windsor. Cider Hill is open for the season with exhibitions of sculpture, painting and environmental installations by Steven Proctor, Herb Ferris, Gary Haven Smith, the Mythmakers and Gary Milek.
American Precision Museum holds the largest collection of historically significant machine tools in the nation. In Windsor, Vt., open daily 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Memorial Day weekend – Oct. 31. No reservation, free family admission and 10 percent off in museum’s gift shop.
On July 8, 1777, the first Constitution of the "Free and Independent State of Vermont" was adopted at the Windsor Tavern owned by Elijah West. West's tavern, the location of many of the deliberations charting the future of Vermont, is now preserved as a historic site and called "The Old Constitution House." Open Weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and Monday holidays, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Admission: Adults - $3.00 Children 14 years & under - free
Music this Weekend
Justin Panigutti & The Outfit at Windsor Station - 9:30pm
Carlos Ocasio & Frydaddy at Skunk Hollow Tavern, Hartland - 8pm.
Maiden Voyage at Windsor Station - 9:30pm
Music! For Windsor area entertainment information:
Windsor Station: http://windsorstationvt.com/live-music
Skunk Hollow: http://www.skunkhollowtavern.com/Entertainment.aspx
Want to know more about area music click on this link for a newsletter from Dave Clark and Yellow House Media that covers music in the Upper Valley http://www.yellowhousemedia.com
Summer Solstice Shindig
Wednesday, June 21st 4:00pm 7:00pm SUN. TACOS. MUSIC. COCKTAILS.
Celebrate the first day of summer at SILO - Wednesday, June 21st 4pm-7pm
Join us on the patio for food from Burlington's Taco Truck All Stars, Drink Specials featuring SILO Solstice and Harpoon Brewery's UFO beer and Live Music from Vermont's own Sensible Shoes.
Sun, tacos, music and cocktails. Bring it on summer.
Exploring the Architecture of Old Constitution House- Saturday, June 24
Judy Hayward of Historic Windsor will lead an architectural exploration of the Old Constitution House State Historic Site on Saturday, June 24 at 2:00 p.m. The program includes a slide show, lecture, and investigation of the building from the first floor to the attic, inside and out. Ms. Hayward will discuss the significant architectural changes to this historically significant building as it evolved from an 18th-century tavern to a 21st-century museum. Her discussion will highlight Old Constitution House as an important example of early historic preservation efforts in Vermont, and will consider its role in cultural tourism today.
The program is registered with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System for 1 AIA Learning Unit. Architects, whether members of the AIA or not, may attend and earn credit. For further information call 802-672-3773, or visit the state-owned historic sites online at http://historicsites.vermont.gov
Savory Gooseberry Jam Class
Jul 8, 2017 9:30 am - 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Blake Hill Preserves Artisans Park Registration required. Call to register: 802-674-4529 GOOSEBERRY JAM...a quintessential English variety jam. Gooseberries are currently ripening in the gardens at Blake Hill and Cherry Hill Farm in Springfield Vermont. Blake Hill Preserves Cooking Class series offers hands on classes in the art of fine preserve making by one of the nation’s leading experts. Learn the basics of fruit preparation, cooking, “setting” and safe canning practices. Take home a complimentary jar of the variety we make together in class, a detailed recipe card, and enjoy 15% off all jar purchases in our unique Specialty Preserves Shop the day of the class. Register today!
Concerts on the Common
Concerts on the State Street Common on Wednesdays. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the great sounds of summer. Dates July 5–Aug. 23, 2017 Time Wednesday 6-8pm Fee FREE
July 5- Exit 9 Blues Band
July 12- East Bay Jazz Ensemble
July 19-Sullivan,Davis, and Hanscomb
July 26- TBA August 2- About Gladys
August 9- River Road Blues Band
August 16-Newmont Miltary Band August
23-Larry Dougher/ Adam McMahon
What’s Happening at the Library
Windsor Public Library, 43 State Street, 802-674-2556 Check out our brand new website at www.windsorlibrary.org
Summer Reading is coming!!! This year's theme is Building a Better World. Reading logs, BINGO cards, and Passports will be available after June 10th. Keep track of the number of books you read, fill out a "book spine" for each book you red and add it to our reading wall. Let's see if we can fill the entire wall with the books we read!!!
Building a Better World with the Peace Corps: speaker Michael Wanigasekera, Thursday, June 22nd, 6:30pm: Hear from Michael, a former Peace Corps Volunteer who served from 2013-2015 in Cambodia, as he shares his stories from that time. Mr. Wanigasekera taught English, developed a school library, organized a basketball team, created a filter system for clean water for the village, and financed each of these projects with private donations that he raised in the United States. Mr. Wanigasekera now serves as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer in Springfield, VT
Learn to Fish: Saturday, June 24th, 9am-12noon: Basic fishing class taught by VT Fish and Wildlife instructor. All equipment is provided and no fishing license is required for the program. We'll start at the library and finish at Lake Runnemede (weather permitting). All ages, kids through adults! Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Sign up by emailing email@example.com, calling 802-674-2556 or stopping in the library.
3Doodle Pens: Draw in 3 dimensions! Our six new pens will be available for use to create your own 3D drawing that you can take home. Ages 8 and up please. Please sign up for a date by emailing us or stopping in to ensure a pen is available on the day you wish to come.
- Friday, June 23rd, 2-4pm
- Saturday, July 15th, 10am-12 noon
- Wednesday, July 19th, 2-4pm
- Saturday, July 29th, 10am-12 noon
Book Discussion Groups:
Adult Book Discussion: Tuesday, June 20, 6pm: The House at Riverton by Kate Morton
Politics and Food Book Discussion: Tuesday, June 13th, 6pm: Becoming Dr. Q - My Journey from Migrant Farm Worker to Brain Surgeon by Hinojosa and Rivas.
Vermont READS 2017: Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson. An award-winning biography in verse suited for ages 12 and up. Free copies are available, so come get yours! Share your thoughts on the book in our log (located at the front desk) and keep the book!
Preschool Storytime: Every Wednesday at 10:30am for kids ages 0-5. Join us for stories, songs, and crafts.
Genealogy Group: Monday, June 5th at 7:00pm: Work to discover your roots with genealogist Pamm Trask.
Knitting Group: Monday June 12 and 26th at 6:30pm. Bring your crochet, needlepoint, sewing, or knitting projects, share ideas, practice new techniques. New faces always welcome! All levels and abilities.
Spanish Conversation Class: Generally Wednesdays at 3:00pm. All abilities and levels. Please call the library to confirm date/time if you would like to attend.
News From The Schools
Congratulations to the class of 2017!
The Windsor High School Class of 2017 has graduated 50 students who are now headed out into the world. For a video of the graduation click here. The flowing is a list of honors received and what lies ahead for the class
Class Valedictorian: Megan Roberts.
Two Salutatorians this year: Zachary O'Brien and Annie Soho.
Top 5 Top Ten% students alphabetical by last name are: Kaitlyn Morris, Zachary O'Brien, Megan Roberts, Annie Soho and Erin Wierzbicki.
Annie Soho is this year's Outstanding Senior Award (formerly known as the Balfour Award) is presented each year to the senior whom the administration and faculty deem outstanding in all aspects of academic achievement, civic and social responsibility. A list of the plans for the entire graduating class can be found at the end of the newsletter.
Valley News Article on Graduation link
Student of the Month
Our Student of the Month for June 2017 is Senior Rowan Kelly! Rowan has the dual honor of being our UNSUNG HERO which is bestowed upon a graduating senior who may not always get the recognition he or she deserves. Rowan is known as a helpful, caring student who is concerned with women's issues and the environment and genuinely wants to make the world a better place. She tutors students during free periods and is a friend that others can count on. According to Mr. Spencer, Rowan was an "ardent Capstone crew member" and is known by Ms. Aylward as the "backbone of the theater program since grade 8." After graduation, Rowan plans to attend Castleton University and major in Secondary Education (Humanities). She is a shining example of the young women who make WHS a superior school! Congratulations and best of luck, Rowan!
Let's Go Fishing in Vermont
Lessons on fish safety, fishing laws, Learn to cast, identifying fish, survival for fish (lesson on salmon), bait a hook, tie a clinch knot, ecology of ponds, lakes and streams and fishing ethics. Teaching this in fourth grade with the idea that students will fish over the summer with the skills learned in class.
Here are some photos from our morning on Lake Runnamede.
Windsor PD offers finger print services
The Windsor Police Department will be available for fingerprint appointments on Thursday and Friday mornings, from 8:30am to 12:00pm, By Appointment Only. Appointments are scheduled in 15 minute increments. Please do not bring children or infants with you unless you have someone that can remain in the lobby area with them. Children are not allowed in the fingerprint room.
For Non-Criminal Live-Scan Digital Fingerprints: a signed and filled out Fingerprint Authorization Certificate, Photo Identification (U.S. Passport or Driver’s License), $25.00 Processing Fee (exact cash or check made out to: Town of Windsor). A receipt will be given.
For Non-Criminal Ink Fingerprints: Windsor Residents Only, Ink Cards, Photo Identification (U.S. Passport or Driver’s License), $25.00 Processing Fee (exact cash or check made out to: Town of Windsor). A receipt will be given.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Please call to make the appointment, at the Police Office, Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 2:00pm: 802-674-9042
Additional information sources for Windsor news:
Windsor FD Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Windsor-Fire-Department/145812745501495?fref=nf
Windsor PD Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WindsorVermontPoliceDepartment
Windsor Recreation Department Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Windsor-Recreation-Center/127897430613969
Paradise Park Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/paradise.park.71?fref=ts
Windsor on Air
Windsor on Air is a great resource for community news. View WOA-TV on Comcast Channel 8 or
On-Line: http://woa-tv.org/site, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Windsor-On-Air/304381210782.
Memorial Day Ceremony link
WHS Prom Grand March link
Community Services and Support
Cedar Hill's Continuing Educational Series Free Seminar: "Understanding Palliative Care"
Presented by Maggie Moore RN, APRN, MSN, Oncology Nurse Practitioner, Mt. Ascutney Hospital
Wednesday, June 21st 10:00 - 11:30 AM Village At Cedar Hill - 92 Cedar Hill Drive, Windsor, VT
Most people have heard of Hospice Care before but Palliative Care may as well be a foreign word. Palliative Care is care that focuses on making someone's life better by treating symptoms of terminal, chronic, or long-lasting disease or illness.
Join us for an engaging conversation where you will learn:
* What is Palliative Care?
* How Palliative Care Differs from Hospice Care
* When and where Palliative Care is given
* Who provides Palliative Care?
* How do I get Palliative Care?
* The Goals of Palliative Care
* Managing Symptoms and Side Effects
* Helping with Practical Concerns
* Addressing Spiritual Question or Concerns
* Providing support to family, friends, and caregivers
* Introduction to Ethical Wills
Maggie Moore is a Certified Advance Practice Nurse From Mount Ascutney Hospital who currently runs the Oncology/Palliative Care service, providing chemotherapy for patients in active care and consultations for inpatient and outpatient for palliative care. She previously worked at Dartmouth in the Cancer Center and taught nursing.
Following the presentation, there will be time for questions or comments. Refreshments will be served.
Admission is FREE, but space is limited and RSVP is suggested. Call 802-674-2254 or register online link
Community Meal in Windsor:
A community meal is held every Wednesday, 5 p.m. to 6 pm. America Legion Hall, 4 Court St. Bring a friend. Free. Sponsored by Windsor churches and community groups. 802-674-2157.The meals will run through the end of June 2017. For a calendar of the scheduled meal sponsors click this link.
JUNE2017Community Meal Schedule for seniors 60+:
Reservations required – call VIA @ 802-674-5971 (seniors may bring guests of all ages)
Wednesday, June 21st @ 12:00 noon – location: ExitAte Restaurant, Ascutney:
Menu: stuffed chicken breast, two side dishes, salad, dessert (suggested donation: $4.00)
Wednesday, June28th @ 12:00 noon – location: WindsorMt. Ascutney Hospital-Bd. Room:
Menu: herbed baked chicken, carrots, mashed potatoes, salad, dessert (suggested donation: $3.00)
(coordinated by: Volunteers In Action (VIA), sponsored by: Senior Solutions)
VOLUNTEERS IN ACTION OFFERS SERVICES FOR SENIOR RESIDENTS: Transportation, friendly visits, small chores, walking companions, telephone contact, shopping assistance.
IF YOU KNOW anyone needing assistance, please have them call us. (areas of service: Windsor, W. Windsor, Hartland, Weathersfield, Reading, Cornish & Plainfield).
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – are you able to drive a senior to a medical appointment, hairdresser, bank or be willing to take a neighbor along with you when you do your grocery shopping or deliver Meals On Wheels? We need volunteers to help our elders remain healthy and independent. We will work within your schedule – if once a month fits your schedule, just let us know. CALL: 802-674-5971
Windsor in the News
WHS Graduation link
Plans for the Windsor prison link
Windsor Police arrest person wanted in VT & NHlink
Windsor High School Senior Plans Class of 2017
Anika Abrahamsen of Brownsville, daughter of Leah and John Abrahamsen will attend the
University of Vermont and major in Exercise and Movement Science.
Lakota Blaisdell of Windsor, son of Ralph Blaisdell, will work and attend Vermont Technical
College and major in Manufacturing.
Devon Campney of Windsor, son of Zabrina Campney, will work.
Natawni L. Comes of Windsor, daughter of Susan and Mervin Comes, will attend the New England
School of Hair Design.
Morgan Crane of Windsor, daughter of Jennifer and Joshua Crane, will attend the University of
New England and major in Marine Science.
Lauren Olivia Davis of Windsor, daughter of Karen and William Davis, will attend Lyndon State
College and major in Accounting.
Mackenzie Davis of Windsor, daughter of Brian Davis and Lisa Spaulding Davis, will attend the
University of Vermont and major in Medical Radiation Sciences.
Allen Fan of Windsor, son of Alice Wang and Jimmy Fan, will attend the University of
Massachusetts at Boston and major in Economics.
Grady Gilman of Windsor, son of John and Julie Gilman, will attend the State University of New
York at Oswego and major in Meteorology.
Yvette Gray of Cornish, NH, daughter of Wayne and Tammy Gray, is undecided.
Josh Griep of Windsor, son of Jackie and John Griep, will work for Potwin Construction.
Caleb Harrington of Hartland, son of Doug and Kimberli Harrington, will work.
McKenzie Hartwell of Cornish, daughter of Josh Hartwell, will attend Plymouth State University
and major in Business Management.
Kacey Herschel of Ascutney, daughter of Greg and Tonya Herschel, will attend the Community
College of Vermont and major in Special Education.
Megan Herschel of Weathersfield, daughter of Dennis and Amy Herschel, will attend Seton Hall
University and major in Occupational Therapy.
Stephen Hurlburt of Windsor, son of Lisa Ockington, will work at Paradise Sports.
Robert (Will) Jaarsma of Cornish, son of Reyer and Heidi Jaarsma, will attend Plymouth State
University and major in Adventure Education.
Hunter William Judd of Windsor, son of Scott and Pamela Judd, will work.
Rowan Kelly of Windsor, daughter of John Coleman and Kristin Kelly, will attend Castleton
University and major in Secondary Education.
Brandyn LeBarron of Weathersfield is undecided.
Chad Malcolm of Weathersfield, nephew of Connie and Orlando Thompson, will attend the
Universal Technical Institute and major in Marine Mechanics.
Troy McCabe of Windsor, son of Kris and Ruth McCabe, is undecided.
Ian McKenrick of Windsor, son of Allison Hill, Timmothy McKenrick and Adam Carlson, is
Angus Melendy of Hartland, son of Poppy McCrory and Tim Melendy, will work.
Kaitlyn Morris of Weathersfield, daughter of Megan and Edward Morris, will attend Boise State
University and major in Pre-Med.
Brandin Napsey of Ascutney, son of Erika and Mitchell Napsey, has joined the Army National
Guard and will attend Champlain College and major in Cyber Security and Networking.
Austin Nelson of Windsor, son of Alissa and Richard Nelson, will attend Liberty University and
major in Communications.
Cameron O’Brien of Windsor, son of Beth and Darrell O’Brien, is undecided.
Zachary O’Brien of Weathersfield, son of Kelly and Clinton O’Brien, will attend Johnson State
College and major in History Education.
Hunter Patenaude of Hartland, son of Deb and Andre Patenaude, will work at Patenaude Pool
Megan L. Roberts of Windsor, daughter of Matthew and Robin Roberts, will attend Johnson State
College and major in Secondary Education and Mathematics.
Isaac Robison of Weathersfield, son of John and Joni Robison, will attend Johnson State College
and major in Business Administration.
Tristan Robison of Weathersfield, son of John and Joni Robison, will attend Lyndon State College
and major in Mountain Recreation Management.
Jennah Sanderson of Windsor, daughter of Jacquie Sanderson, Jamie Sanderson and Tracey
Soboleski, will attend Castleton University (major undecided).
Ryan Saucier of Windsor, son of Paul Saucier and Carol White, will attend Lyndon State College
and major in Natural Sciences.
Aliyah Singelais of Hartland, daughter of Kelly Depalo and Ed Tobin will attend the New
Hampshire Technical Institute and major in Communications.
Emily Smith of Weathersfield, daughter of Joe Smith and Denise George, will attend Fort Lewis
College and major in Exercise Physiology.
Annie Soho of Windsor, daughter of Sandy and Greg Soho, will attend The George Washington
University and major in International Affairs.
Benjamin Thornton of Cornish, NH, son of Glenn and Nancy Thornton, will attend the University
of Vermont and major in Mechanical Engineering.
Brandin Tillman of Ascutney, son of Paul Tillman and Jennifer Lessard, will attend Johnson State
College and major in History.
Nicole Towne of Windsor, daughter of Lynn and Everett Towne III, will attend Champlain College
and major in International Business.
Noah Turney of Weathersfield, son of Jennifer Turney, is undecided.
Jordan Wadkins of Windsor is undecided.
Matthew Walasewicz of Weathersfield, son of Stephen and Lisa Walasewicz, will attend the
University of Vermont and major in Political Science.
Erin Wierzbicki of Weathersfield, daughter of Stephen and Roberta Wierzbicki, will attend
Southern New Hampshire University and major in Business Administration.
Ashleay Wilcox of Windsor, daughter of Shelley and Matt Wilcox, will attend Castleton University
and major in Behavioral Education.
Kylee Williams of Windsor, daughter of Craig Williams and Leesa and Jim Taft will attend East
Carolina University and major in Biology.
Brooke Winter of Windsor, daughter of Suzanne Ambrose and Dale Winter, will attend the
University of Alabama and major in Business.
Andrew Wood of Brownsville, son of Jason and Jody Wood, will attend Saint Michael’s College
Tanner Wright of Windsor, son of Armond Wright and Vanessa Wilson, is undecided