The Friends of the Stowe Free Library Presents Reidun Nuquist “Green Mountain Girls: Women of the Long Trail” Thursday, March 16th 7-8 pm A FREE TALK – Light Refreshments Served Community Room – Pond St. “Green Mountain Girls: Women of the Long Trail” is an illustrated talk about Vermont outdoor women. Using old and recent photographs, Reidun Nequist will discuss some of the remarkable women who have kiked the Long Trail, done trail work, and helped steer the Green Mountain Club. Come and Learn abut the famous Flapper, the Three Musketeers and the first woman to climb Mount Rainier. Reidun Nuquist grew up skiing and hiking in Norway. She has been
Again this year, the state of Vermont has opted not to provide libraries, town offices or post offices forms or booklets for Tax Season. This information was sent to us by the Department of Tax office: Taxpayers may obtain the booklets, which include tax forms and instructions, in one of the following ways- Online at www.tax.vermont.gov Email [email protected] Call 802-828-2505 or 855-297-5600 (toll-free in the U.S) When ordering your forms, please state- 1. Your name 2. Mailing address 3. Form number or form name 4.Daytime phone number
2017 Youth Media Awards Announced
Friends of the Stowe Free Library Minutes of Board Meeting January 5, 2017 Present: Chair Ronna Ziegel, Vice Chair Lisa Grady, Caren Goodhue, Dee Reever, Cindy Weber, Carol Goodhue, Connie Carrino, Sally Nolan, Carol Stevens, Kelley Spear, Barbara Bauman, Louise Thompson, Mila Lonetto, Sylvia Pope, Donna Penndorf, Margot Hall, Phyllis Thibault The meeting was called to order at 3:30pm. The minutes of the September 9, 2016 meeting were accepted. Phyllis Thibault motioned to approve the minutes and Donna Penndorf seconded. Approval was unanimous. Carol Stevens, Treasurer, reported on the updated budget and actuals spend and earned to date. Fundraising and membership dues are on target
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