Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Earlier
  2. Maynard Eugene Rivers

    Maynard Eugene Rivers, 67, of Island Pond, died at North Country Hospital on June 17, 2017. He was born on April 2, 1950, in Newport, a son of Edward and Ethel Rivers. On September 5, 1970, he married Pamela Rivers, who survives him. He graduated from North Country Union High School in June 1970. He worked for the Canadian National Railroad and the Saint Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad. He retired with a disability in 2003. He was predeceased by his parents; by two brothers: Bruce and Steve Rivers; and his niece Tracy Glasson. He is survived by is wife of 46 years; his children: Todd Rivers and his future wife, Debbie, and Tammi Hedges and her husband, Brett; his sister Lorraine Glasson; and his brothers: Gary Rivers and his wife, Cheryl, and Robert Rivers and his wife, Rita. He is also survived by his nieces and nephews: Nicholas, Amanda, Diana, Danielle, Terry, Nathan, and Kelly; by his grandchildren: Courtney, Cameron, Zachariah, Garett, Madison, Alexis, and Brooklyn; his stepgrandchildren: Jasmine and her husband, Jadyn, and Kolton; and by his great-grandchildren: Gabriel, Axel, Tallie, Dononinic, and the apple of his eye, Gracie. A graveside memorial service will be held at the Island Pond Cemetery on Saturday, July 8, at 1 p.m.
  3. VASA MT Washington Ride

    We still have Mt. Washington tickets available! You don't want to miss this ride! 7/29/17 sunset ride up Mt. Washington! Call today for your tickets: 802-477-5075 have your VASA membership number ready and a credit card! $37 for passengers $12 for passengers (plus 6% fee from the mountain- sorry about that!). Ride starts at 6pm and goes until 9 pm. Sunset on top of Mt. Washington from your ATV? Once in a lifetime! Don't miss it!
  4. Fireworks

    Independence Day fireworks in Island Pond.
  5. If you are able to help with brush clearing this weekend, please contact Nate Wilcox ASAP so he can schedule a workbee/ride. You can reach Nate at 802-673-2048. Thank you. If we don't have a handful of volunteers we won't be able to do the work bee.
  6. If you are able to help with brush clearing this weekend, please contact Nate Wilcox ASAP so he can schedule a workbee/ride. You can reach Nate at 802-673-2048. Thank you. If we don't have a handful of volunteers we won't be able to do the work bee.
  7. Fourth of July Fireworks Show

    until
    Fireworks Show Over Lake Island Pond Island Pond, VT. Starting at Dusk
  8. Island Pond Market Day

    until
    Island Pond Chamber of Commerce Market Day Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT Call Mike 802-723-0470
  9. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live Tim Brick at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By Lakefront Express Mart & Deli Lakefront Inn & Motel
  10. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live The Tricksters at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By Century Farm & Forest Tardif Heating & Mechanical
  11. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live Without Ray at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By PJS Tack Shop The Hearth and Home Country Store
  12. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live Hidden Agenda at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By Hobo's Restaurant
  13. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live The Adams Band at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By Brighton Gargae
  14. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live The Party Crashers at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By Bourne's Energy
  15. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live Big Whiskey Social Club at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By K.T Ray's on The Pond
  16. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live Rock On at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By Passumpsic Bank
  17. Friday Night Live

    until
    Friday Night Live Classic Rewind at The Pavilion in Lakeside Park Island Pond, VT. Sponsored By North Country Federal Credit Union Beans Homes
  18. Joseph J. Basil

    Joseph J. Basil, 91, of Gaithersburg, Maryland, beloved husband of the late Marie M. Basil died on April 18, 2017.He was born on February 22, 1926, in Island Pond, to Jack and Phoebe Basil. He graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in Island Pond in 1944, and from the University of Vermont in 1950. He was in the Army Air Corps, in Germany during World War II. After the war, Captain Basil served in the National Guard in Vermont, Pennsylvania, Illinois and California. The Basils were married on July 21, 1951, and were childhood sweet hearts for 65 years. Mrs. Basil died on March 26, 2016. They lived in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, in Illinois, and also for 24 happy years, in Southern California with their beloved daughters: Glorie Ann and Mary Jo Basil, who survive him. He worked on the space programs from 1962 to 1973 in California. He also had his real estate broker’s license in California, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., working to the end of his life. He loved doing things with Mrs. Basil as they square danced and just had a great time together. He was a dad plus “Mr. Mom” to his daughters and was always there for them. He raised money for hearing impaired and deaf children, and also raised money for the building of Children’s Hospital next to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Orange, California. He always remembered and talked about the great town of Island Pond. He and Mrs. Basil went back over the years. He liked to hike, fish, and his favorite thing was to go and see Rose Steady as a kid. She would give him cookies and milk and also he would go to camp 21 with the Stafford brothers. He gave his time to people and he was proud of his home in Orange. He loved to play golf when he had the time, and loved watching and attending baseball games with his daughters. He had two brothers who have predeceased him: Ben and Jack Jr., in 2015. He is survived by his brother Bob; several nieces and nephews; also great-nieces and great-nephews; by his brother-in-law John Steady, of Glens Falls, New York; and by very special friends and family Joy and Don Viken of Orange. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m., on Saturday, May 6, at St. James Catholic Cemetery in Island Pond, with military honors. Online condolences may be shared at www.curtis-britch.com
  19. Michael Rawlings Bone

    Michael Rawlings Bone, 63, of Fort Myers, Florida, died unexpectedly on April 22, 2017. Mr. Bone was born June 12, 1953, in Granite City, Illinois, the eldest child of Shirley (Kocis) and Malcolm Bone. He spent a good part of his childhood in the Northeast Kingdom, living in Island Pond, Derby, and Newport Center. He graduated from North Country Union High School in 1971. He was a devoted husband and father, and is survived by his wife, Michele (Bisogno) Bone; and their three children: Tara Randles, Jennifer Bone, and Justin Bone. Mr. Bone also leaves behind a daughter in-law, Heather Bone; and his three grandchildren, whom he deeply loved: Michael, Landon, and Ella. He is also survived by his four brothers and three sisters: James Bone and his wife, Linda, Stephen Bone and his wife, Cynthia, Charles Bone and his wife, Suzanne, Linda (Kocis) Delabruere and her husband, Leonard, Jacob Kocis III and his wife, Sherry, Jody (Kocis) Smith and her partner, Jeff Peterson, and Janice Kocis and her husband, Julio Perez Martin; along with all of his and Ms. Bone’s nephews and nieces — including Stephen, Joshua and Aaron, who were as close to him as his three children. Mr. Bone will be remembered for his hard work and dedication to the water and wastewater industries, as he worked alongside the Bone, Bisogno, and D’Alessandro families for over 40 years as a certified general contractor. He was a great leader, teacher, and mentor to the many coworkers who had the pleasure of working with him. In 1995, his love for basketball inspired one of his most rewarding achievements, founding the nonprofit organization High Hoops, which continues to develop future leaders on and off the court, one basket at a time. His vision was to provide his son Justin, and many other players he had coached, with a more competitive basketball experience. He was not only a coach, but also a friend and father figure to numerous basketball players throughout southwest Florida. He was loved and will forever be remembered for his sense of humor, generosity, and devotion to his family and friends. He will continue to live through each of them and will remain in the hearts of his loved ones forever. A memorial service will be held at Fred Hunter’s Funeral Home located at 6301 Taft Street, Hollywood, Florida, on Saturday, May 6, at 4 p.m. The family invites family and friends to visit from 3 to 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to one of the following organizations: High Hoops, Inc. (www.paypal.me/highhoops), Hoops on Mission (www.hoopsonmission.org), Mended Little Hearts (www.mendedlittlehearts.org), or St. Jude Children’sResearch Hospital (www.stjude.org/donate).
  20. PRISCILLA ANNE ROY

    PRISCILLA ANNE ROY NORTON–Priscilla Anne Roy, 70, long-time owner of the Lake View (“Averill”) Store in Norton, Vt., passed away unexpectedly on Feb. 19, 2017, after a brief illness. Her dear friend Margaret and niece Kristine were by her side. Priscilla was predeceased by her father and mother, Victor and Jeannette (Plourde) Roy. She is survived by her brother and wife Ronald and Anne Roy of Massena, N.Y.; her brother Robert Roy and wife Connie Jackson of Colebrook; her sister and husband Collette (Roy) and Fulton Cook of Elizabethton, Tenn.; two nieces, Kristine and Gabrielle Roy, a nephew Daniel Roy and countless friends. Priscilla was the heart of the Averill Lakes community, and she will be sorely missed by the many who got coffee, cookies, candy and information at her welcoming store. The store was her life, and her kindness, honesty and generosity touched so many other lives. Priscilla was active in the square dance community, and was an accomplished dancer. She spun her own wool (and won many blue ribbons), and helped others learn the art. She was talented at quilting and crocheting. Priscilla loved horses, especially her pet Sham, who has been gone many years. She taught riding and worked with horses at Quimby’s for a time. She enjoyed snowshoeing and kayaking in earlier days, and even kayaked on Big Averill Lake on Christmas day a few years ago. There will be no services, at Priscilla’s specific request. A square dance in her honor is planned by her brother Ronald, to take place at Jackson’s Lodge in July. Donations in Priscilla’s name should be made to a charity of each person’s choice. The family adds, “More than anything, Priscilla would have loved for each of us to do a favor for a friend, neighbor or family member in her memory, as she had done countless times.”
  21. Drift Dusters Snowmobile Club Trail Report 03/03/2017 No trail report needed because there are no trails - at the moment. Winter isn't over and we can assure you, we will be ready when it comes back. ❄️
  22. Caledonia County Snowmobile Trail Club Trail Report 03/01/2017 Due to the recent warmup and lack of fresh snow we request you respect the land owners and not ride at this time. Work on your snow dance, and pray for colder temps. Remain positive winter isn't over yet
  23. Lyndon Sno Cruisers Trail Report 03/02/2017 Thursday 3/2/17: The "iceburg" trail (52 from the LynBurke to Sheffield) is under water again this morning, and considered impassable, do NOT choose this route to gain access to fuel or food. All low elevation trails have little to no snow, so any riding should be considered (trailer to) take off points and ride high elevations. We have NOT sent any groomers out and will not until conditions improve. The 513 trail (Ramsey 4 Corners to Greensboro Bend) is CLOSED due to a massive water bar that is impassable (and we don't want anyone doing damage to the property trying to get across). Consider, if you MUST ride, to be early season conditions with many HAZARDS.
  24. Buckaroos of 302 Snowmobile Club Trail Report 03/03/2017 Friday, March 3, 2017: Everything should be frozen, but no snow to get to Upper valley Grill. You will need to unload at Butterfield Parking Lot. Plenty of snow in the woods, railroad bed will be icy. This may be the last weekend, unless we get snow.
  25. Bayley Hazen Road Snowmobile Club Trail Report 03/03/2017 Right now it's cold but we had a bunch of rain last week and Wed. night this week. Trails are done for now. Wish we had better news for you but be sure that we want snow as much as you do. We'll post here when conditions improve. BTW, Our next meeting is next Thursday, March 9th @ 6:30 pm. Hope to see you there.
  26. Northwest Riders Snowmobile Club Trail Report 03/04/2017 -3 this morning in Norton, with wind chill advisories posted throughout the day, and a dusting to an inch of new snow. LOTS of questions and calls about trail closures. Easiest way to describe this is, there is a temporary fence blocking anything North of ex 172, where the lower powerline comes back into the refuge, and anything south of ex 66, which is over the top of the powerline. Please check your map. Trail 111 was opened for Saturday and Sunday only to allow traffic into Norton, however, all those trails in and out have ice, and lots of bare ground. Travel is not recommended but if you have patience and are willing, it is open. Updates as we get them. Bundle up and Thanks!
  1. Load more activity
×