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Dec 22, 2016

Flowers ends stellar career at Sam Houston

Fargo, North Dakota. The other semifinal matches Youngstown State (11-3) against Eastern Washington (12-1) at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Roos Field in Cheney, Washington. The national title game will be Jan. 7 in Frisco. “If they play the lights out game like they did tonight that have a chance” to win the national title, Flowers said of JMU. Flowers was a first team all-district wideout and cornerback at JT. He caught 69 passes as a senior and 64 as a junior, and had 40 tackles and three interceptions as a senior. With the loss at JMU the college career for Flowers came to an end. “Honestly it has not sunk in yet,” he said moments after the game ended. “To go out this way … I know my team put all they could into it. Nobody left anything out on the field.” What will Flowers remember the most of his time at Sam Houston? “I made a lot of good memories with great guys around me,” he said. “I learned a lot of things for life, not just football. Being around great guys who like to win, who like to do the right thing; it was just a great experience for four years.” David Driver is a free-lance writer and Virginia native who can be reached at The Flowers File Name: Darion Flowers High school: John Tyler Sport: Football School: Sam Houston State Year: Senior Position: Cornerback Did you know?: He was all-Southland Conference first-team this season … He had a team-high 11 tackles on Dec. 3 as the Bearkats beat Chattanooga in the FCS playoffs … Flowers had interceptions in three straight games this year, including the clincher against McNeese on Nov. 5 … Flowers began his college career at linebacker. (ETFinalScore.com)

Nov 18, 2016

Manchester Music Garden To Feature All-Weather Instruments

A sale of engraved bricks for the patio is to begin soon, and a fundraiser is to be held at Cheney Hall on May 6, featuring Wild Heart, A Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac tribute band. Rotary Club members had been seeking a collaborative project with the town, and the idea for the music garden was among a list of potential projects that Shanley submitted to the club last year, Rodner said. "So we presented it to our club and everyone agreed it was a homerun if we could pull it off," Rodner said. The music garden is to be installed near the new playscape, which will be to the left, as a person faces the park from Charter Oak Avenue. The park has been closed during the ongoing renovation, which includes new basketball and tennis courts and parking area. The planned re-opening is set for July, General Manager Scott Shanley said. Contributions to the Music Garden should be made out to the Manchester Rotary Club Foundation at P.O. Box 1, Manchester, CT 06045. (Hartford Courant)

May 3, 2016

GARDEN BRUNCH EDITION -- TRUMP revives Latino activism – POOL REPORTS from WHCD party circuit -- B'DAYS ...

Below ZEITGEIST – “GOP’s Stop-Trump fever breaks: But a small core of Never-Trump operatives is still plotting a contested convention,” by Kyle Cheney and Ben Schreckinger: “[P]ro-Cruz and anti-Trump forces are running out of options to prevent Trump from becoming the nominee. If the real estate developer and reality television star scores a big win in Indiana on Tuesday, Cruz’s only remaining strategy may be a hostile takeover of the Republican National Convention — a move GOP insiders still see as possible but certainly one that could severely damage the party.” http://politi.co/24cq1zD JUICY READ – “Donald Trump, José Andrés and the death of a grand Washington restaurant,” by WashPost’s Jonathan O’Connell: “He called it Topo Atrio, his vision for a sumptuous hotel restaurant befitting a $200 million makeover of the Old Post Office Pavilion on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington. José Andrés designed a 212-seat, 9,000-square-foot dining room clad in travertine limestone and trimmed in gold. Costing nearly $7 million to build, it would feature hand-carved cured ham from the black-footed Iberico pigs of his native Spain and squid ink pasta with head-on red shrimp, cuttlefish and aioli. “But as Andrés prepared to present his final plans ... [Trump] took the stage at Trump Tower in New York to announce his candidacy for president and, ... (Politico)

Feb 2, 2016

Community News

Svetlana Bell, Jordan Benedini, Gage Bishop, Cannon Blanchard, Jared Blanchard, Jolene Cafarelli, Aurora Carminati-King, Nicole Carrier, Riley Cheney, Alona Clark, Blake Clark, Lexis Coates, Leah Cole, Emily Coletti, Matthew Collins, Carson Corriveau, Brooke Corrow, Gideon Covey, Hunter Covey, Savannah Covey, Tristan Covey, Hunter Day, Syerra Day, Cassidy DeForge, James DeForge, Jacob Descoteaux, Maximus Dexter, Nicholas Donovan, Jayme Ducharme, Michaela Ducharme, Emilie Duff, Eliza Dwinell, Alexa Eaton, Peter Evans, Marcus Fleury, Riley Flowers, Curtis Gauthier, Colby Gingras, Lauren Gingras, Abrianna Gould, Connor Graves, Madasyn Gundry, Emma Lee Hallock, Mariah Hardaker, Alyssa Hatch, Austin Hegarty, Zoey Henry, Samantha Hepsley, Brittany Hood, Cody Hood, Alexus Isham, Kail Johnson, Jordan Jones, Savannah King, Shylah King, Xander Laboudy, Gabriel Lamson, Amanda Lasell, Journi LeClair, Alexander LeFevre, Hannah MacAskill, Kyle MacAskill, Marshall Marineau, Kate Mascitti, Brianna McLaughlin, Jade Mitchell, Alyssa Morande, Emily Noelk, Karla Nowak, Tyler Orton, Autumn Parrott, Thomas Parrott, Jacob Peloquin, Tristan Perreault, Caroline Perry, Abbigail Perusse, Mikaya Potvin, Nathan Poulin, Andrew Proof, Riley Provost, Paige Quintin, Gabriel Ramos, Erin Rivers, Mariah Royea, Derrick Ruel, Cameron Shangraw, Colleen Sheridan, Darion Stone, Ciera Sweet, Amber Sylvester, Ahna Taylor, Benjamin Thygesen, Hunter Townsend, Haley Trottier, Madison Varano, Eve Walka, Rachel White, Timothy Worn. Student News The following area students have been named to the fall 2015 dean’s list at Mount Ida College: Taylor Bellavance, of Wells River; Kaylee Ferris, of Waterbury; Lily Penberthy, of Waterville. Kevin Keene has been named to the dean’s list at Cornell University. He graduated in 2012 from U-32 High School and is a senior in civil engineering. Clarkson University recently announced recipients of endowed, sponsored and Share Clarkson scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year. They include: Keith D. Martin, of Waterville, a senior majoring in chemical engineering who received the National Starch & Chemical Company Sponsored Scholarship; Bayley B. LeCours, of Barre, a senior majoring in biology who received the Earl L. LaPointe ’22 Memorial Endowed Scholarship; and Flynn Liam Genadio-Allen, of Jeffersonville, a sophomore majoring in civil engineering who received the William J. Rowley Endowed Scholarship. The State University of New York at New Paltz recently released the dean’s list for the fall semester. It includes Peter Walsh, of Morrisville. Lyndon State College recently announced the president’s list recipients for the fall 2015 semester. Among area students are: Ethan Bean, of Barre; Matthew Bean, of Barre; Ashley Doyle, of Groton; Valerie Morse, of Adamant; Andrea Neville, of East Orange; Madeline Olson Morse, of Cabot. The school a... (Barre Montpelier Times Argus)

Jan 8, 2016

A summer of change for Gig Harbor's farmers markets

Girl’s Night Out in November. That position will be taken on by Heidi Gerling, formerly a program director at the Cheney Family Branch of the Boys and Girls Club. Alliance president Pat Schmidt said Rose stepped down from the market to spend more time with her family and the alliance then decided to transform the position into a year-round commitment. “We needed someone to do the full picture,” Schmidt said. Gerling was brought on for her experience in event planning, grant writing, social media and web design, Schmidt said. The market is in its last week, finishing up the year on Thursday (Sept. 24). The Gig Harbor Farmers Market opened a new location at Uptown this summer, which ran from April to September and featured produce, flowers and crafts, as well as live music. Schultz declared the new market a success. The Sunday market at Uptown had about 15 to 18 vendors each week, with about 10 vendors being crafts and others selling seafood, cheese, produce and flowers. Three farmers visited the market weekly, Schultz said: Artondale Farms, Hayton Farms and Gig Harbor Flower and Vegetable Farm. The Uptown market will finish up with an 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. market on Sunday (Sept. 27). The flux in markets began last fall when the city announced it would not renew the permit that allowed Schultz’s summer market to operate in downtown Skansie Brothers Park. The city accepted a proposal from the alliance to put together the new market. At the time, City Manager Ron Williams sent Schultz an email saying the city wanted to move away from a market that included craft-focused vendors. The markets run by Schultz at Uptown and Peninsula Gardens still offer crafts from local merchants. The waterfront market, on the other hand, wanted to bring in produce vendors from around the area. For Ken VanBuskirk of Davis Farm in Belfair, that’s appealing. “One of the things about this market is it’s strictly local producers and farmers,” he said. The Waterfront Farmers Market had about 1,000 visitors a week shopping at the more than 20 vendors in Skansie Brothers Park, according to a Sept. 14 release from the alliance. The downtown market benefited from a relationship with the City of Gig Harbor, which provided seed money to start the market and hire Rose as director. The summer market season may be ending, but there’s still a market f... (TheNewsTribune.com)

Jan 8, 2016

Deanna L. Vertone

July 4, 1962; a son, Michael J. Vertone and his wife, April, Laconia, N.H.; a step-great-granddaughter, Ameera; a sister, Jean Cheney, Keene, N.H. and Punta Gorda, Fla.; three nieces, Lisa Cheney, Keene, N.H., Susan Lyman and her husband, Bruce, Marlborough, N.H,, Jill Stubbs and her husband, Rodney, Swanzey, N.H.; and a nephew, Jay Cheney and his wife, Carol, Hopkinton, Mass.; as well as many great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 9, at St. Joseph’s Church, with the Rev. George Majka, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Friends may call at the Roy Funeral Home, 93 Sullivan Street, Claremont on Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until the funeral procession leaves for the church. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the Lake Sunapee VNA/Hospice, PO Box 2209, New London, NH 03257 or Genesis Lebanon Center, Patient Activity Fund, 24 Old Etna Road, Lebanon, NH 03766. You are invited to share a memory of Deanna with the family of leave a message of condolence in the family guest book at www.royfuneralhome.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Roy Funeral Home and Cremation Service. (Valley News)