Ava Joyal, who competed in the Harris Hill Junior Jumper competition last February, continues her quest by traveling to Alaska for a ski jumping camp. The young seamstress is making "Brattle Bears" to sell to help her fund her adventure.
To encourage area seniors to get outdoors for some moderate exercise, see scenic Guilford and enjoy good company along the way, Guilford Cares is leading both monthly and weekly walks.
Parents and children playing, laughing, loving.
Friends, neighbors and new acquaintances meeting and making connections.
Creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Former pitching star of BUHS and Castleton University to coach softball in Guilford, Vermont.
The lesson was the first in a series of 4, free, weekly Nordic Ski lessons offered to the Guilford community by The Bill Koch Nordic Skiing Project.