Monthly Archives: February 2010

George Cahoon’s Photo Exhibit Well-Attended

A reception was held at the Danville Historical House on January 17, 2010, in honor of the life work of George Cahoon. The show was attended and George enjoyed sharing some of the many photos he has taken over five … Continue reading

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Twin Danvilles to Celebrate Another 50-year Anniversary

Deux Danvilles Jumelées Célèbrent Un Autre 50e Anniversaire By Sharon Lakey Reginald Smith, Town Moderator in 1960, gave official warning for the inhabitants of the Town of Danville, Vermont, who were legal voters in Town Meeting “to meet at the … Continue reading

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Howard Coffin Challenges Danville

“Let’s Honor Thaddeus Stevens In Our Statehouse” By Sharon Lakey On January 10, Howard Coffin rose to expectant applause after the first annual meeting of the Danville Historical Society held at the newly-renovated Historical House. Coffin, a well-known writer on … Continue reading

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Legacy through the Lens

The work of Danville photographer George Cahoon to be celebrated By Sharon Lakey Most people who are connected to Danville in one way or another will have run into George Cahoon’s work. His photographs have appeared in Vermont Life, on … Continue reading

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Oh, Neato!

The Life and Times of Marion E. Sevigny March 12, 1922-May 29, 2009 By Sharon Lakey “Sev and I were in Florida, retired in a nice, clean development. Every morning, we would sit at our breakfast table and watch the … Continue reading

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The Dream of Dairy Farming is Alive in Danville

The new Carson Family Farm is up and running By Sharon Lakey Twenty-five-year-old Casey Carson leaned forward in the chair, his eyes lit with determination. “I don’t consider it a risk. I went into this with the attitude that it … Continue reading

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The Little Red Cape that Could

Danville Village House to Open Its Doors on May 2 By Sharon Lakey “It’s been a labor of love, but I’m not a patient woman,” said Mary Prior, President of the Danville Historical Society. She’s had to learn to be … Continue reading

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The Inauguration, Part 2: Gabi and Lauren Bring Back the Memories

By Sharon Lakey On the morning of the swearing in of the 44th President of the United States, Danville senior Gabi Potts arose at 2:30 a.m. from her bed in the Marriott Conference Center in Washington D.C.  At 4:30 she … Continue reading

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The Inauguration, Part 1: Gabi and Lauren Go to Washington

Two Danville students to attend historic inauguration By Sharon Lakey On January 20, 2008, the world’s eyes will be turned on Washington DC as Barack Obama is sworn in as the 44th President of the United States. Two Danville high … Continue reading

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Feted in Fantasy Land

Winona Gadapee brings her experiences in Nashville back home By Sharon Lakey At midnight on October 10, 2008, Winona Gadapee was still flying high as she and her husband, Arnie, touched down at the Burlington airport. In a few short … Continue reading

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