WEATHERSFIELD TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE
WILL BE CLOSED ON:
APRIL 4, 2017
TO ATTEND THE
TOWN OFFICERS EDUCATION CONFERENCES
APRIL 20, 2017
TO ATTEND THE
TOWN CLERK’S TRAINING
All other offices will be open as usual...
FLO-ANN DANGO, TOWN CLERK
MARION BALLAM, ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK
Town of Weathersfield
Open Annual Appointments for 2017-2018
A. Ancient Roads Committee
B. Budget Committee (Five Openings)
C. Connecticut River Development Corporation
D. Connecticut River Joint Commission
E. CT River Joint Commission / Mt Ascutney Subcommittee
F. Conservation Commission (Two four year terms open)
G. Fence Viewer (Three Openings)
H. Fire Commission (One opening)
I. River Connection Regional Partnership Representative
J. Southeastern Vermont Community Action, Inc. Representative
K. Southern Windsor County Regional Planning Commissioner
L. Southern Windsor County Transportation Advisory Committee
M. Surveyor of Wood and Lumber
N. Weigher of Coal
O. Zoning Board of Adjustment (Two Openings)
The Weathersfield Proctor Library is hosting its SIXTH ANNUAL TOWN CHALLENGE on Saturday night, April 8th at 7 p.m.
This fun event will feature nine or ten Town teams competing for top honors. Each team consist of three members from the following organizations: Town Office, Select Board, Historical Society, Veterans Memorial Committee, Proctor Library, Weathersfield school staff, Ascutney Volunteer Fire Department, School Board, and local students at both the middle school and high school.
The format is that each team will answer questions in random order in six trivia categories: spelling, Town History, Current Events/Sports, “Name That Tune,” Geography, and Literature. Often times, the answers are perfectly correct or ridiculous. In addition to bragging rights for first place, there is also a prize for the team that displays the most team spirit, and the team that raises the most funds.
This event is a fundraising event for the Library’s capital campaign fund. This past summer the Library added a new entry and bathroom to the Library’s original structure in order to meet ADA standards. The second planned expansion is to enlarge the children’s area. We have also recently learned that we have received a matching grant for up to $15,000 from the Byrne Foundation, so any funds received during this event will be matched.
So, which organization will be our 6th Challenge winner? The public is invited to attend, and there will be door prizes and refreshments.
SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH, 7 P.M. AT THE WEATHERSFIELD SCHOOL, ASCUTNEY, VT.
Spay & Neuter Clinics
Springfield Humane Society is hosting LOW COST spay/neuter clinics:
When: April 11, May 9, June 6, July 11, August 8, September 5, October 24, December 5.
Where: Springfield Humane Society, Springfield, VT
Why: For the health of your cat, and because there aren't enough homes for them all!
Female cat: $50 Male cat: $40
Rabies vaccine (required by law): $5 Distemper vaccine: $5
Flea treatment if found: $5 Ear mite treatment if found: $5
Please call Springfield Humane Society to sign up in advance
Weathersfield residents are reimbursed for the cost of surgery up to $50, limit of 3 cats.
Please being SNAP form with you, which is available at your town office!
THE WEATHERSFIELD PROCTOR LIBRARY
will host the 6th Annual
TOWN TEAM CHALLENGE
SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH, 2017 AT 7 p.m.
At the Weathersfield School in Ascutney
Come watch and support your favorite town organization as they
compete in a six-category trivia contest. Prizes also awarded for most
team spirit and most funds raised. Door prizes too!
Donations for the Library Expansion Fund may be given at the door,
and refreshments will be available. (802-674-2863)