Vermont Quit Partners ready for Smokeout
Offer free class, nicotine replacement therapy for quitters
WINDSOR—Local prevention advocates and tobacco cessation specialists encourage smokers to observe the Great American Smokeout by making a plan to quit on Thursday, Nov. 21, and offer free support to help tobacco-users reach their goals. Click here to read the full story.
ABS students trek
to school on new trail
WEST WINDSOR—Joining kids across the country, dozens of Albert Bridge School students hit the trail Wednesday morning, Oct. 9, for Safe Routes to School’s International Walk to School Day, but they had something uniquely West Windsor to celebrate: a new Trail to Town from Ascutney Mountain Resort. Click here to read the full story.
Substance-free 802 Lounge attracts youth
WINDSOR—Once upon a time, there wasn’t anyplace for local youth to hang out in town that wasn’t someone’s house, or a local business where you were expected to spend money, or the street.
But that has changed. Click here to read the full story.
Concerned citizens meet to improve health, safety
Discuss Magic Mushroom, preventing similar businesses
— A group of residents have been meeting with local prevention
workers and town officials to advocate for changes in their community in the wake of the
relocation of the Magic Mushroom storefront on Route 5 in Ascutney, a short distance from
Weathersfield School and adjacent to a campground. Click here to read the full story.