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Apartment Wanted

Looking for a new place to call home in Putney. Single professional woman -- tidy to a fault, designer by day, painter by night. No pets (but would love to adopt one, not a deal-breaker), non-smoker. Very responsible. Excellent baker -- will provide chocolate cake upon lease signing. Please call 802-246-7352.
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Gi Gong and Tai Chi in Putney

There are two new sessions of Qi Gong and Tai Chi beginning in October at Medicine for the People. These meditative & strengthening classes build flexibility, agility and help to heal and prevent injury.

10 week Qi Gong Series with Greg Carder
Begins October 2nd Wednesdays 10:45am -12pm
$110 for entire series, or $15 drop in

14 week beginners Tai Chi Series with Thomas Garbarino
Begins October 4th, Fridays 9am-10am
$180 full series, $65/month
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Sandglass Theater Presents: Olivia Faye Lathuilliere in La Causeuse (The Loveseat)

Friday, Sept 27 at 7:30pm

Sunday, Sept 29 at 4:00pm

Sandglass Theater is hosting the New Visions Puppetry Series, featuring brand new works by emerging artists. New Visions presents innovative and adventurous new works from a younger generation of puppeteers. Sandglass Theater is excited to be providing a forum for these up and coming performers. Curated and co-presented by Jana Zeller, the New Visions series promises to leave audiences intrigued by the rawness of these freshly hatched eggs.

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Putney Selectboard Meeting

The Putney Selectboard will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, September 25, 5:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. All are welcome to attend. The agenda can be viewed on the municipal website using the following link: http://putneyvt.org/files/docs/sbagen...5.2013.pdf
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The HEAT Squad comes to Windham and Windsor Counties

The NeighborWorks HEAT Squad (heatsquad.org) is Vermont’s one-stop-shop for helping homeowners complete home energy efficiency improvements to their homes. The Squad helps customers of all income levels every step of the way to a comfortable and affordable home – from education and engagement, to scheduling an energy audit, to managing and even financing energy efficiency improvements (single family residences and apartments up to four units).

The HEAT Squad Staff will help you: 

Schedule a Home Energy Check-up also known as an energy audit Check-Ups are only $100 in Addison, Bennington, Rutland, Windham, and Windsor counties (usual cost is $350-$500). 

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Volunteers Wanted!

Next Stage Arts Project needs volunteers to help with a variety of support, including:
--baking and selling concessions at events
--movie projection
--taking tickets
--cleaning
--flyering
If you want free admission to select events, and to help support this great community resource, please contact us at nextstagearts@gmail.com.
Thank you!
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5th & 6th Grade Youth Soccer Tournament

Fourteen area youth soccer teams will participate in a 3 day event to take home the
coveted 1st place trophy on October 4th,5th & 6th! Games will start around 8:00 am on Saturday and Sunday.
All proceeds will benefit the Putney Recreation League Youth sports programs. Great food will be available at very reasonable prices. Come out and support youth sports in our community.The Tournament will take place at Landmark College and Mailrite fields in Putney.
The Rec League is looking for volunteer Referees, Time keepers and Food concession help. Please contact Cheryl Struthers @ 387-5773 or struthers6@svcable.net
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Foodshelf running low on food!

If you want to donate to the Foodshelf we would love the following list of items: tunafish, peanut butter and jelly, soup, beans and cereal. We have been able to keep fresh produce stocked for our hungry neighbors thanks to everyone gardening for us, but are running low on shelved items.

Rule of thumb on donating: keep it healthy! If you wouldnít eat, donít donate it! If it has been in your cupboard more than 6 months, we donít want it! We have a donation box at the side entrance, but depending on weather and what you are donating, it might make sense to contact us first. We ask that you drop off before or after our open hours as it gets quite hectic!
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Putney Pharmacy Now Open

After 4 months of preparation Putney Pharmacy has finally opened it's gates to the Putney Community. Jim Heal, Pharmacist and his staff, Pharmacy Technicians Abby Heinemann, Chris Nolan, and Eliza Momaney are ready and happy to assist customers with the process of moving their prescriptions form their current pharmacy to the Putney Pharmacy.

The hours for the Pharmacy department are Monday - Friday 9 am- 6 pm, Saturdays 9 am to 2 pm. We will be closed on Sundays and most major holidays. Call 387-4692; option 4 will bring you to the pharmacy menu. We will also be offering delivery. Please ask any member of the pharmacy team and they can answer your questions.

While you are waiting for your prescriptions to be filled please take a few minutes and look around the New Putney General Store and Pharmacy. We have a wonderful meat and produce department as well as a full pharmacy department for all your needs.
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AeroGarden 3 for sale

Fun way to grow greens or flowers during the winter. Used one season. Garden includes grow-lamp, extra seed baskets and nutrients. Paid $100. Asking $25. Please email me:
browningmediaworks@gmail.com