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Host family needed for Chinese student

Tianxin, a 15-year old girl from China, who is a sophomore at the Putney School, needs a host family starting in mid-October. An accomplished musician, she plays piano, oboe, and saxophone. Tianxin is described by her friends as outgoing, lively, flexible, and positive. She is an excellent student, speaks English well, and hopes to become a diplomat in the future.

The host family receives a generous monthly stipend and is asked to provide a place for the student to sleep and to study, meals, a warm, supportive environment, and transportation to school. Tiaxin has her own spending money and medical insurance.

Interested families are asked to contact Ann Newsmith, 802-257-4710, exchangevt@gmail.com as soon as possible.
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Locust Hill Mobile Home Lot Available

Windham & Windsor Housing Trust has a lot available for Energy-Star manufactured home in Locust Hill Mobile Home Park off Hi-Lo Biddy Road LOT 14: Concrete slab, ready for installation of single-wide, 12' by 60' home, 2 bedroom, 1 bath  Approximate Price:                                       $50,000 -   Depends on features chosen. Down-payment Assistance Loan:            -$25,000 -   0% loan, no payments

Net Purchase Price to Buyer:                      $25,000

Your approximate monthly payment including house loan, lot rent, taxes and insurance - $600*!

Call today to learn more: 802-246-2127 or 802-246-2111

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Gentle International Folk Dancing cancelled Sept 12 -Oct 24 at Putney Cares

The Folk Dancing class previously scheduled as the first session this year--Sept 12 - Oct 24 has been cancelled. Melissa Post will be unable to teach due to a family medical situation. Putney Cares sincerely apologizes for any disappointment or inconvenience created by this cancellation. Please contact us at putneycares@svcable.net for further information.
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Do we really need a large Park and Ride?

Please join me in opposition to a State designed proposal for an 80 parking space park and ride at the fire station in Putney.

I see a number of glaring (pun) problems with this project;

1. Multiple Tree removal, unsightly development.
2. Street lights always on (six lights) at a time when we are attempting to lower electric usage state-wide
3. More black top, more run off, at time when we are still learning about the negative effects of clearing land and making parking lots.
4. No real study of actual needs, more chances of vandalism, more traffic near the town. Who really needs this?
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"A Place at the Table" Film at Next Stage

Tuesday, September 10th at 7:00 pm. Join us for a showing of the documentary film, "A Place at the Table," which chronicles the problems of hunger and obesity in the United States.
Admission is by suggested donation, with proceeds to benefit Hunger Free Vermont.

The screening is part of Participant Media’s “Take Your Place” Social Action Campaign, an initiative that uses this acclaimed documentary to seed community conversations about hunger, obesity and food policy, to inspire collective action to address these systemic problems. With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a total of 25 communities across the country will host such events throughout the summer and fall.
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Putney Selectboard Meeting - Discussion of Proposed Cell Tower

The Putney Selectboard will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, September 11, 5:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. All are welcome to attend. A representative from AT&T will be present for discussion of the proposed temporary cell tower. Please see the agenda for further information. The agenda can be viewed on the municipal website using the following link: http://www.putneyvt.org/files/docs/sb...1.2013.pdf
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Putney Family Services is Navigator Organization

Vermont Health Connect, also known as the Exchange, will offer a new way to choose a health plan that fits your needs and your budget. At VermontHealthConnect.gov, you can make side-by-side comparisons of your health coverage options. Both private and public plans will be available through Vermont Health Connect. Starting October 1, you’ll have all the information you need to find the plan that’s right for you – all in one place.

Putney Family Services and the Putney Walk In Clinic is a certified Navigator organization. Do you need more information about the new Vermont Health Connect? We can:

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September is Hunger Action Month!

Please join the movement to feed hungry Putney-ites and Vermonters by getting informed, advocating, donating or raising awareness — you choose what works for you.

Locally, the Putney Co-op is sponsoring the documentary film, "A Place at the Table," which chronicles the problems of hunger and obesity in the United States on Tuesday, September 10th at 7:00 pm at Next Stage. And on Tuesday September 24th at 6pm, Transition Putney Forum on Hunger will take place at the Putney Public Library.

Come find out how you can get involved to help fight hunger in Putney...YES IN PUTNEY! The Putney Foodshelf helps about 40 families with supplemental food weekly. No income or low wages, foodstamps not stretching far enough and medical issues are just some of the reasons people need help with supplemental food.
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Local Harvest Lantern Supper at the Putney Central School, September 13

All are invited to come to the Local Harvest Lantern Supper on Friday, September 13, starting at 6 p.m. at the Putney Central School in the ball/soccer field. (In case of rain, the supper will be held inside the school.) It's great fun with lanterns lit above the tables and food skillfully prepared by the Putney Food Co-op staff.

This year's menu includes: Harlow Farm-raised pulled pork, Misty Knoll barbecued chicken and vegetarian enchiladas (with ingredients sourced from our local farms), corn bread, green salad, potato salad, Orchard Hill foccacia, ice cream, sorbet, apple crisp, apple cider & water, and EE coffee & tea (and corn on the cob if available).

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Shear Madness Hair Care and Tanning Salon - Specials

(From Joanne at Shear Madness) Shear Madness hair care and tanning Salon, a full service salon for men, women and children. We are located just north of the General Store, across the bridge on the left.

Welcome Landmark students and faculty. We gladly accept the Landmark Points Card, and have monthly specials. For September we are offering $5 off deep conditioning treatments and $5 off haircuts.

We look forward to seeing you. Walk-ins welcome, or by appointment at 802-387-4844.