In the months preceding the arrival of Covid, the Charlotte Energy Committee and Sustainable Charlotte (formerly Transition Charlotte) joined forces with the WindowDressers organization of Maine to make and install inexpensive energy-saving window inserts in ten Charlotte homes and one community building, the Charlotte Grange.
A new student group has formed at Charlotte Central School in which students are asking big questions and then performing the results of their inquiry. “We research for answers and when we are done, we create a performance to explain our findings to our peers,” said founder Deirdre Higgins. The inspiration for the group came from fellow students Grace Zappala and Emma Metzler, who were wondering why people kick.
Vermont state representatives Kiah Morris, D-Bennington, and Mike Yantachka, D-Charlotte, presented House Concurrent Resolution H.C.R. 364 to Dr. Jackson Clemmons and Mrs. Lydia Clemmons on Wednesday, May 2, in recognition of the Clemmons Family Farm’s A Sense of Place project,
Aqualdo the Awkward Turtle” Kate Kogut, Cessie Ferero, Grade 6 One great day in the Gulf of Mexico lived a turtle, a very special turtle. His name was Aqualdo. Now Aqualdo was not very turtle-like.