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This evening of Wednesday the 21st of September 2011. Saint of 911, The Life of Father Mychal Judge, Chaplain, NYFD. Sir Ian McKellen will be narrating the film. This film tells the story of Father Mychal Judge, which is the Chaplain to the New York Fire Department. Free Film in Perkinsville Vermont, the film is going to be shown at the Perkinsville Community Church, which is located on Route 106 in the center of Perkinsville, Vermont. The film will begin at 7:00 P.M. this evening. (7 comments)
As a public service, Baker Residential and Commercial Properties Inspections is glad to share the following information with you, which has been given to me by the National Association of Home Builders. The numbers represent the maximum number of years you can (8 comments)
springfied vermont: Vermont Families are you Emergency Prepared-Winter Time and Storm Checklist - 03/17/11 01:51 AM
Vermont Families are you Emergency Prepared-Winter Time and Storm Checklist, here are some safety tips to help you and your family to be able to enjoy your winter time months with a few less worries. As folks here in the New England area, or any area in our Nation. Sure know the Winter months for can be hard on folks. Sometimes a Winter Storm or Ice Storm sure can end up coming out of no where.
Vermont Families are you Emergency Prepared-Winter Time and Storm Checklist, be sure to dress in several (7 comments)
This is the Bellows Falls Rotary Club's annual spaghetti dinner event, which is being held on Saturday the 26th of February 2011. The event will be held at the Bellows Falls Moose Club, between the hours of 5:30 P.M. and 7:00 P.M. You'll be able to enjoy freshly prepared food by the local Rotary Club Members. Bellows (5 comments)
The Iditarod-The Last Great Race, which is a Free program event about the Iditarod SledDog Race. This program event will take place on Wednesday the 23rd of February 2011. The speaker will be Dr. Ron Svec of the New Hampshire-Vermont Veterinary ClinieDummerston, Vermont. Dr. Svec has been a staff veterinarian on the race for many years and will be sharing an insider's view with photos (8 comments)
Forrest Hammond of the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Service will present this here program about the unique Black Bear's of Vermont. Mr. Hammond will be discussing the role that the public can play in protecting the Black Bear's habitat and in determining just how many Black Bears we have (6 comments)
The bingo benefit games will be held on Fridays at the Springfield VFW Post 771, which in located on River Street in Springfield, Vermont. The doors will open at 5:00 P.M. the the bingo game fun will begin at 6:30 P.M.
Come on out for some fun, plus to help support the Hockey and Boxing Club in Springfield, Vermont. Have a good one Dale helping Home Buyers in Vermont
If your child was born in 2006 and will be Five years old on or before the 1st of September 2011. Then your child is eligible to begin Kindergarten. If you have not as of yet received a registration form for child or children, you can call Judy S. at 802-885-5154 to request a registration form to be sent to you.
Have a good one Dale helping Home Buyers in Vermont
Baker Home and Commercial (4 comments)
springfied vermont: Vermont First Time Home Buyer is there a Wood Stove in that Home? - 01/08/11 08:01 AM
Vermont First Time Home Buyer is there a Wood Stove in that Home?, you'll for sure want to talk with the Insurance Company you'll have your Home Owner Insurance with. Every year thousands of homes are destroyed or seriously damaged by chimney fires. Understandably, insurance companies are concerned. Some companies have concealed insurance policies upon learning that a wood stove has been added to a residence or if the residence already had a wood stove in it when it was bought, the new owner has had to remove the wood stove.
To protect your policy and your home, make (4 comments)
1. Install felt paper or house wrap at all corners. 2. Double-wrap corners by applying vertical felt or house wrap splines under the corner boards. 3. Don't caulk the joint between the siding and corner board; caulk deteriorates over time, providing a pathway for water to get into the frame and preventing trapped water from escaping.
A Fireplace is generally considered to be a extremely inefficient heat source for a home or any other building, but that sure does not deter many folks from wanting to have in their home. Of course they are mighty nice to sit in fount of to read a good book and relax after a hard day. Plus they sure can set a romantic (8 comments)
springfied vermont: Helpful Websites for Vermont Families - 01/07/11 01:33 AM
Helpful Websites for Vermont Families, sometimes folks don't know were to turn or what agency to contact, or don't have the information to contact them. That's why I've added these link on my blog, so folks can have a helpful hand with finding some of them. I sure do hope you'll fine this blog post to be a bit of help to all that stop by to visit.
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Americans with Disabilities Act Document Center www.jan.wvu.edu/links/adalinks.htm
When cleaning is complete, be sure to have the chimney system inspected for safety. Most prefabricated chimneys are approved for a two-inch clearance from combustibles. Check the manufacturer's recommendation and respect them. Two inches may seem overly cautious, but remember design is aimed at the worst possible situation-a raging chimney fire. See that all the joints are snug and properly engaged.
Have a good one Dale helping Vermont Home Buyers
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springfied vermont: Harvest Thanksgiving Dinner 2010 Event at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire, - 10/07/10 08:33 AM
Harvest Thanksgiving Dinner 2010 Event at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire, is the Harvest Thanksgiving Dinner for 2010, that the Fort at No4 is having. The dinner will take place on Saturday the 20th of November 2010, and will begin at 5:00 P.M. This event is a Fort at No4 fundraiser, so all proceeds will benefit the Fort. The Fort's Executive Director Wendalyn Baker (we are not related) said it will be paper service, or you can bring your own wooden spoon, bowel or board. You sure are more than welcome to wear period attire to the dinner. Will (4 comments)
springfied vermont: Halloween Event at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire - 10/07/10 08:11 AM
Halloween Event at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire, on Saturday the 30th of October 2010 the Fort at No4 will be holding Pickpockets, Rogues and Highwaymen as a Halloween event. Kids and adults alike sure will be in for a mighty fine time. Folks sure have had a whole lot of fun at this event in the pass. There will be pickpockets, rogues and highwaymen to look out for, and to keep your valuables hidden from.There will also be Fort at No4 interpreters on hand also. The hours for the Halloween Event at the Fort at No4 in (4 comments)
springfied vermont: Crown Point Road Association Events to be held at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire - 10/07/10 07:18 AM
Crown Point Road Association Events to be held at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire, on Thursday the 21st of October 2010 the Crown Point Road Association will be at the Fort at No4. Did you know that the Fort at No4 sits at the most southern end of the Crown Point Road. Come on down to jpin us in the Fort at No4 bookstore for a presentation about the Crown Point Road as it is today. The resentation will begin at 7:00 P.M. Donations are suggested for the above Fort at No4 event.
Have a good (6 comments)
springfied vermont: Columbus Day Weekend Event at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire - 10/07/10 07:04 AM
Columbus Day Weekend Event at the Fort at No4 in Charlestown New Hampshire, The Fort at No.4 will be open for folks to stop by and enjoy visiting. There is not a full blowen event going on at the Fort at No.4 this weekend from what I understand, but there will be Fort interpreters on hand to answer any questions you might have.The Fort at No.4 will be open all three days of the Columbus Day Weekend. Admissions to go through the Fort is as follows: $8.00 for Adults $5.00 for Seniors 55 and over $5.00 for Kids 7 to 12 years (4 comments)
springfied vermont: Polarity Therapy being held in Springfield Vermont - 10/03/10 09:29 PM
Polarity Therapy being held in Springfield Vermont, this is a free Introduction to Polarity Therapy with Jane Collister, the program will be held on Monday the 4th of October 2010, and will begin at 6:30 P.M. at the Springfield Town Library. Polarity Therapy is an integrative form of bodywork that uses gentle point specific touch to balance the flow of energy in the body Collister has more than 30 years of instructor in the healing arts and is a Registered Polarity Practitioner with the American Polarity Therapy Association. To find out more information, you can click here to visit Jane Collister (4 comments)
springfied vermont: Vermont Bring Todays Energy Efficiency To Yesteryear's Homes-Series Part 2 - 10/03/10 07:02 AM
Vermont Bring Todays Energy Efficiency To Yesteryear's Homes-Series Part 2, Baker Home and Commercial Properties Inspections, would like to go over some myths, facts and mistaken ideas that can cost you and your family money. Some old myths about energy become increasingly expensive. Others have simply become obsolete with advances in technology. While others are misinterpretations of old practices that have passed into home owner foklore.
Myth: Furnace filters are good for the whole season, you only need to change them once in the winter and once in the summer.Fact: if the filter is restricting air flow at all, its (4 comments)
springfied vermont: Vermont Bring Todays Energy Efficiency To Yesteryear's Homes-Series Part 3 - 10/03/10 06:42 AM
Vermont Bring Todays Energy Efficiency To Yesteryear's Homes-Series Part 3, Baker Home and Commercial Properties Inspections, would like to go over some myths, facts and mistaken ideas that can cost you and your family money. Some old myths about energy become increasingly expensive. Others have simply become obsolete with advances in technology. While others are misinterpretations of old practices that have passed into home owner foklore.Vermont Bring Todays Energy Efficiency To Yesteryear's Homes-Series Part 3 Myth: Brick or stone homes are more energy efficient than typical frame homes.Fact: The vast majority of brick or stone homes are actually just a veneer over (4 comments)
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