Congratulations to Annika Gruber and Lila Taylor, Courtney McDermott and Margaret Eagan and sympathies to the families of Rita Kieslick Johnson, Norman Leduc and David Watts.
In a recent “Front Porch Forum” Laura Cahners-Ford mentioned her viewing of a large turtle crossing Hinesburg Road at the junction with Dorset Street. It’s been the number of years since I viewed the same venture with maybe the same snapper beginning its trip.
Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Peter Bergh of Edwards, Colorado, formerly of Charlotte. Peter died June 3 at the age of 82. He was born in New York and lived in Charlotte for many years where he served as a member of the Planning Commission, the CCS School Board and the Selectboard.
to former Charlotte residents Becca von Trapp Muller and her husband, Rye Muller, on the birth of their second son, Oakley Orion Muller, on October 16, 2018.
to Leath Tonino, author, former Charlotte resident and CVU High School grad who had a short story in the summer edition of Orion Magazine. Titled “Middle of Nowhere,” the piece takes Leath and his three friends from high school to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, not for the Burning Man festivities, “not for 60,000 humans, not for lasers and whumping bass and skyscraper flames, but for the desert’s own severe weirdness. Its isolation.”