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    February 26,2013

    Central Vermont Medical Center

    A daughter, Addison Ann Lapoint, was born Feb. 11, 2013, to Hannah Metivier and Dwight Lapoint of Barre.

    A son, Mason Alexander Sayers, was born Feb. 13, 2013, to Malinda (Philibert) and Aaron Sayers of Barre.

    A daughter, Baylee Mae-Lynn Deyo, was born Feb. 13, 2013, to Brittney (Dunbar) and Craig Deyo of Barre.

    A son, Camden James Higginbotham, was born Feb. 13, 2013, to Naomi and Joel Higginbotham of Barre.

    A son, Mason Andrew Gibbs, was born Feb. 18, 2013, to Erin (Greaves) and Andrew Gibbs of Wolcott.

    Gifford Medical Center

    A daughter, Thea Violet Lenihan, was born Feb. 4, 2013, to Shawn Lenihan and Megan Payne of Rochester.

    A daughter, Lydia Elizabeth Bartolucci, was born Feb. 11, 2013, to Michael Bartolucci and Jessica Williams of Barre.

    A daughter, Mackenzie, was born Feb. 12, 2013, to Michael White and Rebecca Elizabeth Barcelow of Royalton.

    A son, Marcus Allen Butterfield, was born Feb. 14, 2013, to Laurence Butterfield Jr. and Aileen (Bent) Alinovi of Braintree.

    A son, Alexander, was born Feb. 15, 2013, to Ursula (Atherton) Stanley and Chris Stanley of Berlin.

    Fletcher Allen Health Care

    A daughter, Mary Caitrin Elizabeth Morse, was born Jan. 9, 2013, to Monika (Moran) Morse and Thomas Morse of East Montpelier.

    A daughter, Kara Jean Cormier, was born Jan. 21, 2013, to Erin (Young) Cormier and Edward “Joe” Cormier of Burlington.

    A daughter, Paige Elizabeth Pemberton, was born Jan. 22, 2013, to Nora (Conlon) Pemberton and Evan Pemberton of Burlington.

    A son, Cole Stephen Jones, was born Jan. 31, 2013, to Leah (Murphy) Jones and Keith Jones of Montpelier.

    The following Plymouth State University students have been named to the Who’s Who of American Colleges and Universities: Jordan Black-Deegan, of East Montpelier, and Luke Meierdiercks, of St. Johnsbury.

    Adrienne Deluca, of Barre, was named to the fall 2012 dean’s list at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

    Boston University awarded academic degrees to 1,631 students in January 2013. Among the graduates: Alexander E. Stout, of Barre, who received a Master of Science in television; and Daniel Volovik, of Waterbury, who received a Doctor of Philosophy in physics.

    Alison Rose Brodie and Lindsay Lesure, of Barre, have been named to the fall semester dean’s list at Radford University.

    Brodie is a sophomore media studies major, and Lesure is a freshman political science and biology major.


    4-H’ers test their knowledge

    RANDOLPH CENTER — All roads lead to Randolph Center on March 16 for the State 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl. The public is invited to watch as 4-H’ers demonstrate their ability to quickly and accurately answer dairy-related questions under pressure.

    The event, sponsored by University of Vermont Extension and Orange County 4-H, gets under way at 9:30 a.m. in Judd Hall at Vermont Technical College. The snow date is March 17 at the same location.

    Admission and parking are free.

    The competition, which is open to Vermont 4-H club members, 8 to 18 years old, includes a written test and several rounds of oral questions on a wide range of topics including dairy nutrition, anatomy, genetics, herd health, cattle breeds, feeds and forages, milk production and the dairy industry.

    In addition to increasing their dairy knowledge, participants hone life skills such as decision-making, problem-solving, communication skills, public speaking and critical thinking.

    The 4-H’ers will compete by age group, with the top four individuals in each group earning ribbons. The four highest scorers in the 14 and older division will be the State 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl Team state team, which will compete at Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Mass., in September and the National Dairy Invitational in Louisville, Ky., in November.

    The dairy quiz bowl is the first of several statewide 4-H dairy events in 2013. To learn more, contact Wendy Sorrell, UVM Extension 4-H livestock educator, at 656-5418 or 800-571-0668, ext. 2, or by email at wendy.sorrell@uvm.edu.

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