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BETHLEHEM, NH — Profile School faculty and staff are preparing for the upcoming school year. The summer office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information for families for the upcoming school year, refer to the school’s website, www.profile.k12.nh.us.

BETHLEHEM, NH — Bethlehem Elementary School will resume the new school year on Monday, Aug. 26. The school day begins at 7:50 a.m. All students should arrive between 7:20 and 7:45 a.m. Unless your student takes the bus, they should not be dropped off at school before 7:20, as duty coverage does not begin until 7:20. Bus students will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. After the buses have left, any student who is a walker will then be dismissed. Once walkers are safely across the road, students who are being picked up in vehicles will be dismissed (2:40). No parent will be permitted to enter the parking lot until all bus and walker students have been dismissed.

Freda C. Maynard died peacefully on 29 June 2019 after a period of declining health at the age of 90 at the Harbor Hill Center in Belfast, Maine.

NEWPORT — On Saturday, June 22, more than 1,000 visitors flocked to Maxwell’s Neighborhood Farm in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. The Newport dairy farm was packed as guests enjoyed a Vermont-inspired pancake breakfast and took a self-guided tour of the 1,000 cow dairy farm. In its fifth year, Vermont Breakfast on the Farm aims to connect the public with hard-working dairy farming families like the Maxwell’s, who produce wholesome dairy, care for their cows, and protect and maintain the working-landscapes of Vermont.

ST. JOHNSBURY — Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH) is participating in the Summer Food Service Program for Children. Funded by the United States Department of Agriculture, the program is designed to ensure that children who rely on free or reduced-price meals during the school year continue to have adequate nutrition throughout the summer.

Vermont’s Breakfast on the Farm comes to the Maxwell’s Neighborhood Farm this Saturday June 22nd in Newport, the first time the event has been hosted in the Northeast Kingdom. This free, public event includes a Vermont-style pancake breakfast featuring local products, a self-guided tour of the farm including 14 educational stations, and a peek into the life and business of dairy farming in Vermont. The public is invited to see first-hand how the farm cares for their cows, creates renewable energy, enhances their community, supports their employees and protects the environment.

When you hear the phrase, the “end is near” in Montpelier, it has an entirely different meaning than any other place in the state. The legislative session is expected to wrap up within the next few weeks, so there will be much to talk about at the Northeast Kingdom Chamber Legislative Breakfast on Monday, May 20, from 8 to 9 a.m. at the St. Johnsbury House, 1207 Main St. in St. Johnsbury.