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Middlebury Five-0: White Cane Day

Linda Goodspeed and Brad Mullin talk about blindness and vision impairment,
offering an enlightening and engaging account of some of the challenges
they've faced, and some of the inspiring moments they've been blessed with.
The show focuses particularly on the upcoming White Cane Awareness Day,
scheduled for October 15th, at Ilsley Public Library in Middlebury, from
11-1 - a festive event, merging educational activities with community
celebration. For more information go to:

Middlebury Five-0: Clare Molineaux

Local 5th grader at Mary Hogan Elementary (and daughter of the host), Clare
answers the BIG questions, wading into deep philosophical waters. From how
to live a meaningful life, to the nature of truth and God, Clare offers up
her views with candor and good humor, demonstrating that the life of a 10
year old is far more complex than most adults might imagine - and, perhaps
more importantly, demonstrating that the word 'nugget' is
intrinsically funny.

Middlebury Five-0: Jamie McCallum

A riveting glimpse into the realm of academic sociology: Jamie McCallum, a
professor at Middlebury College, presents his vision of the discipline, and
describes his path to the field through civic engagement and his passion
for the labor movement and social justice. A rich and lively conversation
that touches upon topics of community, politics and empowerment.

Middlebury Five-0: Matt Ready

In this episode, filmed on-location in Port Townsend, WA, Hospital
Commissioner for East Jefferson County in Washington State, Matt Ready
talks about his role within the healthcare system, striving to make a more
healthy community. He recounts his compelling riches to rags tale,
sacrificing a lucrative career to serve in public office, touching upon his
broader vision of society and civic engagement.

Middlebury Five-0: The Preacher

In this special presentation, brought to you from the Champlain Valley
Unitarian Universalist Society pulpit, Middlebury Five-0 host, Officer
Mason, delivers a sermon on his personal journey into policing - exploring
some of the challenges facing him in his career, as well as some of the
spiritual dimensions of the job. The show features readings delivered with
exceptional poise by Steve Trombulak.

Middlebury Five-0: Kevin Unrath

The new(ish) director of Ilsley Public Library in Middlebury speaks with
passion and pride about the astounding breadth of programming offered at
the library, its collaborative relationship with Middlebury Community
Television, and the eminence of Ilsley in the Vermont library system. Kevin
describes some of the recent building upgrades, and the process underway to
gather community input in planning the expansion of Ilsley.

Middlebury Five-0: Calvin McEathron

A Middlebury College student and Independent candidate for a seat in the
Vermont House, Calvin McEathron talks with insight and passion about what
he perceives to be the critical issues facing local voters - economic
development, property taxes and health care - highlighting especially the
loss of youth from the State. He also discusses the absence of younger
voices within the Vermont legislature, and the potential hazards of that
bias. He mentions drawing political inspiration from Fred Tuttle, and
celebrates the unique flavor of politics in the State - and the culture of
civic engagement from which it flows.

Middlebury Five-0: Betty Nuovo

Middlebury representative in the Vermont State House for a stunning 27 years, Betty
offers a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the legislature. She talks
about her considerable experience, working in government, forging laws, as well as
her background, practicing as one of the first 100 female lawyers. She describes
some of her triumphs working in the committees she's been a part of, and some of her
hopes for the future, approaching the 2014 House election in November, and the
Democratic primary on August 26th.

Middlebury Five-0: Amy Sheldon

Amy Sheldon returns to the show to talk about her candidacy for the Vermont House of
Representatives, describing the unique personal character of Vermont politics, and
how she was inspired to envisage women in leadership roles through the example of
former Vermont Governor, Madeleine Kunin. She talks about health care as a prominent
issue moving forward, both in itself as a social concern, and as an economic factor
impacting local business development and school budgets. Amy emphasizes her
considerable expertise in ecology and community planning, and speaks with passion
about her desire to serve the people of Middlebury in Montpelier.

Middlebury Five-0: Donna Donahue

Running for the Vermont State House of Representatives, Donna Donahue speaks with
eloquence and passion about the interdependent character of government and the
social fabric – how education, health and the economy are inextricably woven
together, and how any political approach to these critical issues must be holistic
in its vision. She offers a refreshingly positive view of the Vermont legislature,
while stressing the significance of economic development, highlighting some of her
accomplishments through the Better Middlebury Partnership, and her experience
working in business development at the National Bank of Middlebury – providing an
insightful and nuanced introduction to her candidacy.


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