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What's For Dinner service to continue?
FAIR HAVEN - After taking orders for his homemade, catered meals via Internet during early 2013, Jack Adams of Fair Haven spent most of his summer out of the kitchen. He's been tied up with summer classes to ready him for continuing to teach computer science at Rutland Middle School. Customers would choose which of two menu items they wanted on a given day, call in 24 hours in advance or more, and have their meals delivered between 6 and 7 p.m. Will Adams continue his What's For Dinner service now that the school year has begun again? Maybe, or maybe switch to only occasional catering. He, his wife, and four children are still discussing their 2013-2014 schedule.


Citizen of the Year nominations requested
POULTNEY - Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations to its Citizen of the Year award, presented each year to a Poultney resident citizen who has given outstanding service to the community, making Poultney a better place to live. Winners receive recognition at a special Chamber reception.
To nominate someone, write a letter to the Chamber, stating the name, address, and phone number of the person you are nominating, and provide a biographical sketch, plus supporting testimonials. Also provide your name, address, and phone number so that the Chamber may ask you questions if necessary. Send your nomination in by the end of the month, either by mail to
"Citizen of the Year", Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 151, Poultney, VT 05764, or hand deliver it to Mary Lee Harris, Stitchy Women, 144 Main Street, Poultney, VT 05764. Find out more by calling the Chamber at 287-2010.

Lani's weekly calendar picks
Thursday, Aug. 22 - A 6 p.m. reception at Braintree School in West Pawlet marks its inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. Historian Paul R. Loding speaks on The British Army in Vermont, 1777, wearing the uniform of an officer in the H.M. 53d Regiment of Foot, in the Pawlet Public Library at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 22 - The Starline Rhythm Boys perform an evening of honky tonk at Fair Haven's gazebo. 7 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 23 - Sugar & Spice Night brings the Great North American Pancake Eating Championship to the Devils Bowl Speedway, 265-3112, West Haven. 7 p.m. 265-3112.
Sunday, Aug. 25 - Castleton Historical Society holds its annual picnic at the Hubbardton Battlefield, with stories by Ed Lewis, local seventh generation farmer, telling about living on a farm throughout the years. 2 p.m. Please bring a dish to share, place-setting and a spare chair. Officers will provide beverages. Call Holly Hitchcock, 468-5105, with questions.