HOPE's Color Vibe A Huge Success


LSC Upward Bound student Isabel Wildflower, a freshman at Lake Region Union High School, participates in Color Vibe.

More than 300 people of all ages took place in HOPE's first Annual Color Vibe walk/run on May 10. Starting and ending in Lyndonville's Bandstand Park, the event brought together an enthusiastic and colorful crowd. Led by the HOPE board and Lyndon State College students, Color Vibe was a celebration of color to benefit the varied community projects of HOPE. The event was made possible by the sponsorships of LSC Student Government Association, Wheeler Sports, NVRH, Northern Physical Therapy, Cumberland Farms and Scott Bedell.

H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Everyday) is a private, nonprofit agency helping families and individuals with life's basic needs. It is not affiliated with any religious organization or agency, and it operates a thrift store in Lyndonville to help fund its mission. Donations are accepted at its shop on Depot Street in Lyndonville and can include: household goods, clothing, jewelry, bedding, pocketbooks and accessories, toys for children and food for the emergency food pantry. For more information about HOPE or the Color Vibe event, call (802) 626-3228.


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