Bailey and Josh held down the most recent Well-Dressed Sports Heads episode on their own while I had the day off! Check it out below.
Via Craig Shute on Facebook.
We’re always hearing about what is getting taken out of time capsules; how about what to put into one?
^ That’s what I’m going with as a dramatic representation of a time capsule.
New London Hospital is taking suggestions.
From its Facebook page:
As part of our centennial celebrations we’re burying a time capsule at the hospital and we need your suggestions on what to put in it!
Post your ideas (in the Facebook comments) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current items include: a schedule from this year’s Hospital Days, medal from the Triathlon and program from the January kick-off celebration.
Rounds of applause are in order for Callie Brownson, of Dartmouth football, who is launching a new and unprecedented phase in her career, and Wendy Wannop, of Woodstock field hockey, who has led her team through a milestone number of wins!
Brownson was recently named as Dartmouth football’s offensive quality control coach, making her the first known full-time female football coach at the D-I level. Wow!
Check out this video that Dartmouth football produced, showing head coach Buddy Teevens discussing Brownson’s path to joining the team and the players’ reaction to finding out she had been offered a job.
And Wannop, the longtime field hockey coach at Woodstock Union High School, celebrated her 200th career win last Wednesday.
Cheers to Callie and Wendy, and good luck on the rest of your seasons.
Not too long ago, student Grace Collins, 13, expected that she would attend South Royalton School through the end of her public schooling. But because of the merger, the South Royalton resident started eighth grade Aug. 29 in Bethel. Grace has agreed to share her thoughts about the school year in a series of vlogs (short for video logs, or video diaries).
In her second submission, recorded this week and posted above, Grace answers the following prompt:
Some adults have wondered whether old school rivalries between South Royalton and Bethel might make it hard to get along. What is your reaction to that? How is it going as you try to get to know Bethel students? Is there anything that has made that process easier or more challenging?
You can watch Grace’s first vlog, recorded after the first day of school, along with a full Valley News report about the new school’s debut, at this link.
If you are a White River Valley Middle School student, or know of a student, who might like to record vlogs during the first few months of school, please email me at email@example.com.