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ST. JOHNSBURY — Every year, during its annual meeting in November, the NEK Council on Aging recognizes a special volunteer or organization with the Humanitarian Hero award in honor of their dedication to the Council’s mission and the impact they have on the community at large. The Council recently announced Linda Guyer as its 2021 Humanitarian Hero.

As our communities continue to live through the pandemic, we are touched by the generosity of those caring for others and the needs they face. We will experience yet another winter of seclusion and isolation, which for many, is a very difficult time. November is National Caregivers Month and this annual event honors those who give of themselves to care for others. While there are a number of national this and that months, for us at the Council, caregiving is one that touches our hearts.

Waterford School welcomed their town’s Volunteer Fire Department to school on Oct. 22 for a fire safety event. “Students were able to learn about the different tools firefighters use, see what the inside of a fire truck looks like and how to stay safe by preventing fires,” said Principal Chris Miller. ​(Contributed photo)

ST. JOHNSBURY — NEK Council on Aging recently announced the hiting of Joann Sesholtz as full time Case Manager, and Valerie Morse as a part-time Case Manager for the Southern Caledonia County area. Case Managers support clients by evaluating long-term needs that inform, encourage, inspire, and support older and disabled adults to live independently and age well.

WATERBURY CENTER — John Woodruff Simpson Memorial Library in Craftsbury, and Whitefield (N.H.) Public Library were among 12 public libraries recently awarded grants from the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF).