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Cabot Agricultural Network (CAN)

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Survey Shows Need For Marketing

By Sjon Welters 

     It looks like Cabot businesses want help selling their products, not only to the local market, but beyond that, as well. The CAN survey also showed some other interesting needs and wants, such as joint supplies and fuel buying, transportation help, interest in a shared farm stand somewhere along U.S. Route 2, a local farm equipment repair and parts shop, equipment sharing, and disaster preparation, to name a few.

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Cabot Town Garage Working Group (Round #5)

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By Jack Daniels, Selectboard Chair 

THIS MONTHS THEME: Slow but steady progress

THE BIGGEST NEWS SINCE THE LAST UPDATE: 

     The Town of Cabot may qualify for a Community Development Block Grant/Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) grant because the existing town garage site was affected during the May 2011 flood, which was a FEMA qualifying event.  The grant announcement reads, “The project moves critical municipal infrastructure out of the floodplain or fluvial erosion hazard area,” which is exactly what relocating the town garage to the South Walden road would accomplish.  The CDBG/DR grant requires a 10% match, and the project must be completed within two years of the award date.  Should the Town of Cabot qualify for this grant, funds would become available to purchase the land for the new garage site, construct the garage facility, and, at the existing site, demolish the old garage, restore the river bank to its original configuration and install a storm water filtration system, which would mitigate future flooding.

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POETRY CORNER

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Haiku You!      

I was talking to someone just the other day about poetry.  Poetry takes on many forms but one in particular became the topic of our conversation, Haiku, which originated in Japan.  According to some Internet resources which seemed consistent, there were four Masters of this particular artistic and sparse usage of words; Basho, Buson, Shiki, and Issa.  I hope you plan to look them up on the Internet and read some of their works or go to the library to see if they have any examples of Japanese poetry in the form of Haiku. 

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Cabot United Church

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Advent - Christmas Schedule

12/14 -  2 to 4 pm:  Elves Workshop

12/15 - 10 to 11 am: Worship Lighting the Advent Candle

12/15 - 11 - 11:30 am: Coffee Time

12/15 - 11:30 - 12:30 pm: Bible Study

12/20 - 7 pm: Northeast Kingdom Chorus Concert

12/22 -  10 -11 am: Worship Lighting the Advent Candle

12/22 - 11:30 am: Coffee Time

12/22 - 11:30 - 12:30 pm: Bible Study

12/24 -7 pm : Christmas Eve Candlelight Service  

 

COUNTRY COMMENTARY

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Country Commentary, 

     Well, with all the Holy Days and with food being a part of the celebration, I will give you a recipe.  I think I originally got it off the Domino sugar bag…The Holy days for me are centered around FOOD, yes FOOD and more FOOD!  Let there be food for everyone out there and feel blessed that we have FOOD!  LOTS OF FOOD!  YUM!

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Cabot Vermont Annual Events 2014

March, 2014
Maple Fest 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cabot School Gym
 
July 4, 2014
4th of July Parade and Field Activities
11:00 a.m. Main Street Parade
12:00 Chicken BBQ and Activities at Recreation Field
 
October, 2014
Fall Foliage Festival
Crafts, Tours, Rides, Hikes, Presentations
9:00 a.m. Coffee Hour
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Luncheon
5:00 and 6:15 p.m. Turkey Dinner
Throughout town
 
October, 2014
Apple Pie Festival 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Apple Pie Baking Contest
Crafts, Apple Pies and Chili Luncheon
Cabot School Gym 

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