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KILLINGTON, VT – Vermont-based Burke Mountain Academy was awarded a grant by the Killington World Cup Foundation to further its mission to aid winter sports infrastructure and access to winter sports across the northeast. Created to support the women’s FIS Ski World Cup at Killington Resort and benefit local and regional youth athletic development programs, the Killington World Cup Foundation (KWCF) recently awarded $252,000 to 22 nonprofits in the northeast region as it prepares for the upcoming HomeLight Killington Cup in November.

A swale collecting parking lot runoff and other drainage was installed at Burke Mountain Academy (BMA) this August. The project was part of an ongoing effort to improve the management of stormwater in the Dishmill Brook watershed, draining Burke Mountain in East Burke, through the Dishmill Brook Stormwater Master Plan managed by the Caledonia County Conservation District.

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I knocked on Pete’s door, a bottle of 3 Sisters wine in hand. In a bit Pete opened the door and said, I was “spectin you, git in before you let all the heat out.”