HISTORY FAIR VOLUNTEERS -- Two Lyndon Institute history buffs volunteered on March 12 to judge exhibits at the Orleans County History Fair. The event is sponsored by the Old Stone House Museum of Brownington and was held at North Country Union High School in Newport. Christopher Raymond, at left, is a history teacher at LI and an adjunct history teacher at Lyndon State College. He is curator of the Shores Museum in Lyndon and has used the museum in his teaching. He is the former president of the Lyndon Historical Society and has organized student exhibitions at the annual Vermont History Expo. Sylvia Dodge, is a licensed Vermont school counselor at Lyndon Institute. She is a frequent contributor to the Vermont Northland Journal, a monthly publication that focuses on regional history.
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