U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) presents 63 citizenship candidates to the Honorable Coleen A. Brown, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Chief Judge, U.S. District Court Vermont District, during this Naturalization Ceremony at the Neshobe School. Judge Brown presides over the ceremony and administers the Oath of Allegiance to America’s newest citizens. Featuring musical performances by Dr. Francois Clemmons, Maiden Vermont, and The 5th and 6th Grade Chorus.
Students in the Addison Central Supervisory District participate in the 2016 Dorothy Canfield Fisher Challenge, a trivia contest based on reading the DCF books from that year. Teams are organized so each team has representatives from each of the elementary schools in the district. The yearly competition is held at the Ilsley Public Library, and was hosted by Tricia Allen, Ilsley’s Youth Services Librarian.
In response to the disturbing increase in anti-Semitic violence across the country in 2017, the Rev. Andrew Nagy-Benson and Emily Joselson invited the public to a panel discussion with four friends and neighbors. The panel consists of Robert Schine, Middlebury College’s Silberman Professor of Jewish Studies; Rebecca Ayako Bennette, director of Jewish Studies and Associate Professor of History at Middlebury College; Jack Mayer, pediatrician and author of “Before the Court of Heaven,” a book about Weimar Germany and the rise of the Third Reich; and Jessica Lipnack, author of six books about networks and virtual organizations.
Producer: Mal Chase
Hannaford Career Center Board Meeting. Recorded 3/8/17. Producer: MCTV