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AAUW Speaker Series: Women and Intercollegiate Athletics


Cornwall Native Julie Power Ruppert speaks on Female Leadership Perspectives on Navigating Intercollegiate Athletics Today. Ruppert shares her inspiring success story in a field largely dominated by men. She made history by being named the first woman NCAA Northeast-10 Division II commissioner, and now has the longest tenure in Northeast-10 Conference history. Ruppert frequently represents Division II at national events, and is an active member of Women Leaders in College Sports.

Sponsored by AAUW (American Association of University Women) and Ilsley Public Library.

Producer: MCTV

Ilsley 100 Project Team Community Informational Meeting 4/15/24


The Ilsley 100 Project Team invites the community to an informational meeting on the library renovation and expansion project. Members of the Project Team and staff from ReArch Company and Weimann Lamphere Architects will: Review the design and renderings of the plan Review the total project budget Share a detailed funding plan and capital campaign progress Share a project timeline Share an informational video on the project Answer questions on all of the above!

to learn more about the project, please visit the project website: Questions may be sent to Library Director Dana Hart at

Producer: MCTV

VT Drug Policy Panel 4/15/24


Three local professionals will discuss their experiences navigating the opioid crisis here. Ian Sullivan, Rutland County state’s attorney, will talk about his experience running a drug treatment docket as an alternative to traditional prosecution. Danielle Wallace, executive director of the Turning Point Center of Addison County in Middlebury, will describe the programs offered right here in Addison County, how she sees the situation shifting locally, and what roadblocks her organization faces in helping people succeed in their recovery. The third panelist is David Mickenberg, a long-time drug policy reform advocate who has been representing the Drug Policy Alliance in Montpelier for the past several years. He will fill listeners in on recent reforms to Vermont’s drug laws, and what cutting-edge solutions are being worked on both here and nationally. Addison County High Bailiff Dave Silberman, a Middlebury attorney, will moderate the discussion. The event was organized by the Addison County Democrats.

Producer: MCTV