Programs feature Ski and Ride, Basketball and Safe Sitter course.
The Selectboard meeting on April 12th proceeded speedily through a daunting list of items.
The beach, a budget, and payroll: with the exception of the ever-changing Morningside Drive driveway dispute (see front page), the Aug. 10 Selectboard meeting moved things forward on issues big and small.
Youth Lacrosse. Players in grades 3 through 8 will participate in the US Lacrosse league and will need a…
Greetings from Charlotte Recreation. I think we can all agree that living where we do is a privilege and having access to the lake is a wonderful resource. Charlotte is blessed with a 20+-acre waterfront parcel we affectionately call “the beach,” and the Recreation Department is charged with managing this and other parcels for the town, including the rink, Whiskey Bay and Lanes Lane access.
In Vermont we are blessed to have amazing forests and many people that value them. For most Vermonters, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, fishing, rock climbing and other forms of recreation are the primary ways that they appreciate these resources. While our forests can support these uses, the interactions between them and forest ecology can sometimes get complicated.
BIG THANKS! On behalf of the Recreation Department, we would like to take the time to thank all of the dedicated soccer coaches this season: Jeff Albertson, John Higgins, Elizabeth Hunt, Rob Anderson, Jonathan Couture, Josh Golek, Josh Bagnato and Jamie LaBerge. We had over 100 Charlotte children participate in the soccer program this season, and it would not have been possible without our volunteer coaches. Thank you for all that you do for our community!
Recreation Director Nicole Conley has scheduled a multitude of upcoming activities for Charlotte, Vermont residents and beyond