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Cavendish Community Calendars on Sale Now

 


 

            The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association still has 2016 calendars for sale. The calendars can be purchased at Crow’s Bakery in Proctorsville or at the Cavendish Town Offices on High Street. All calendar sales proceeds go to support the work of the Association.

             Again this year the calendars feature beautiful and colorful pictures of Cavendish scenes. All pictures were taken by Cavendish residents and highlight the beauty of our various landscapes, historic heritage, and animals. These are the contest winning photos that the public picked last spring. The animals, flowers and scenery are all found in Cavendish, and therefore are as familiar to Vermonters as the emerald hillsides and snow-dusted ridgelines. But the depth of color and the peaceful settings make each month’s selection special.

             Anyone living in the Cavendish area would find one of these calendars a useful and artistic addition to a kitchen or office. They also make great holiday gifts, especially to those who just wish they lived in Vermont! For more information call Robin Timko at 226-7736.


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P.O. Box 605, Cavendish, VT 05142

Contact:  Peter J. LaBelle For Immediate Release
Telephone:  (802) 226-7250
Cell Phone:  (802) 376-5648
Email:   HYPERLINK "mailto:peterjlabelle@aol.com" peterjlabelle@aol.com

Cavendish Community Calendars on Sale Now

Cavendish, Vt., December 21, 2015

The Cavendish Community and Conservation Association still has 2016 calendars for sale. The calendars can be purchased at Crow’s Bakery in Proctorsville or at the Cavendish Town Offices on High Street. All calendar sales proceeds go to support the work of the Association.

Again this year the calendars feature beautiful and colorful pictures of Cavendish scenes. All pictures were taken by Cavendish residents and highlight the beauty of our various landscapes, historic heritage, and animals. These are the contest winning photos that the public picked last spring. The animals, flowers and scenery are all found in Cavendish, and therefore are as familiar to Vermonters as the emerald hillsides and snow-dusted ridgelines. But the depth of color and the peaceful settings make each month’s selection special.

Anyone living in the Cavendish area would find one of these calendars a useful and artistic addition to a kitchen or office. They also make great holiday gifts, especially to those who just wish they lived in Vermont! For more information call Robin Timko at 226-7736.


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The 2016 Cavendish Calendars are now on sale.  Thanks to all of the sponsors that have made the 2016 Calendar possible: The Castle, Black River Produce, Six Loose Ladies, Golden Stage Inn, Fletcher Farm School, Green Mountain Snow Fleas, Cavendish Canine Camp, Fitzgerald’s Property Services, Singleton’s Store, The Book Nook, The Village Clipper, Beacon Pest Control and Chimney Cleaning, Living Authentically, Meadowbrook Campground, Todd Swisher Painter, Triton.


The 2016 photo contest was another success with several unique pictures receiving awards.  In addition to the calendar contest, all submissions are scrutinized by a panel of judges who determine winners based on theme, color and composition.  There were three categories for judging and the winners are: 


Best in Show: Belle McKnight for her photo "New Camper" 

5 to 12 Age Group: Claire Palmer for her photo "Is it Spring Yet?" 

13 to 18 Age Group: Emery Benoit for her photo "Bumblebee on a Lilac" 


Each winner receives a prize from the CCCA. 


In the calendar contest the public is allowed to review all selections and vote for their favorites.  Twelve pictures are selected to grace the pages of the next year’s calendar and one picture is selected for the cover.  The 2016 calendar selections are: 


January - Susan Rogers  "January Ice" 

February - Tim O'Donoghue  "Look Out Below" 

March - Hans Schrag  "Vacationing in Cavendish" 

April - Gail Veheyen  "Cow Selfie" 

May - Gary McGillicot  "Feed Me" 

June - Winston Churchill  "Harbinger of Summer" 

July - Belle McKnight  "New Camper" 

August - Cheryl Leiner  "After the Rain" 

September - Pat Moore  "Proctorsville Sunrise" 

October - Jonathan Rice  "Are You Lost" 

November - Nancy Kelley  "Stick Season" 

December - Peter LaBelle  "The Fence in Winter" 


Spring is not that far off and the next calendar photo contest will begin once the snow melts.  Please watch the media for an announcement of the 2017 calendar contest.