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Middlebury Five-0: Rachel Guy

The Middlebury Site Manager for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, talks
about the organization's critical mission, providing reproductiove health services
and eduction to the community. Rachel speaks with passion about Planned Parenthood's
commitment to offer services to all who need them, regardless of their income, and
touches upon some of the ways in which it is inspiring and rewarding assisting
people through situations in their lives that are often extremely challenging.

Middlebury Five-0: Michael Wood Lewis

The founder of Front Porch Forum provides a compelling account of the evolution of
the platform, from its humble origins in a small community in Burlington, to a
Statewide organization, currently accessed by a staggering proportion of the
population. Michael discusses the various ways in which the Forum is utilized - from
selling goods, to organizing events, to running political campaigns - highlighting
how it is strengthening our neighborhoods by drawing people together, providing
information and giving people a voice in their communties.

Middlebury Five-0: Ben Fuller

A local insurance agent discusses the nature of the business, and the crucial role
it plays in peoples' lives, providing financial security and peace of mind. Ben
offers a fascinating account of his personal history, from conducting psychology
experiments at college, to his adventures as a family man, to his foray into local
politics serving on the Salisbury Selectboard. A thoroughly engaging show, filled
with insight and ribald good humor.

Middlebury Five-0: Scott Eisele

A physical therapist, employed by the United States Alpine Ski team during
their Olympic and World Cup season, talks about his experience working with
athletes competing at an international level. Scott touches upon touring
through Europe, the nature of competitive skiing and the socio-economics of
the sport, providing a rare and fascinating perspective on this activity so
compelling to so many Vermonters.

Middlebury Five-0: Eric Blair & Amy Sheldon

Eric Blair, the Middlebury Town Planner - eblair@townofmiddlebury.org - and
Amy Sheldon, a river scientist and the founder of Landslide Natural
Resource Planning, discuss hazard mitigation in the Middlebury area,
describing some of the potential threats facing our community and outlining
how they're addressing those vulnerabilities. They emphasize in particular
the Middlebury River, and issue an impassioned plea for local engagement in
the planning process.

Middlebury Five-0: Shawn Oxford

A rather lively jaunt into the realm of financial planning with the owner
of Bristol Financial Services, Shawn Oxford. He talks with passion and
humor about his role in the community, helping individuals and businesses
with their economic affairs - and finds time to touch upon his personal
journey, from traveling cross-country in an impaired Toyota, through
surfing in Southern California, to the family man he is today.

Middlebury Five-O: Glenn Lower

The General Manager of the Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op talks about the
recent, highly inclusive and democratic process formulating a plan for the
Co-op, reaching out to as many members as possible to gain their
perspective on how they can best serve the community. Glenn offers an
inspiring glimpse into the connections established through this local hub,
between the local food producing economy, and customers committed to
personal and ecological health.

Middlebury Five-O: Naturalization Ceremony at Neshobe School

In this special, on-location episode, filmed at the Neshobe School in
Brandon, we get to witness a collection of diverse individuals from around
the world - from countries as far afield as Vietnam, India, Iraq and Kenya,
and as close as Canada and Costa Rica - taking their place as United States
citizens. The ceremony, presided over by the Honorable Colleen Brown, is
filled with excitement - a truly inspiring experience, including a musical
performance by some of the elementary school students. After the ceremony
Officer Mason interviews some of the participants and officials, gaining a
brief glimpse into their stories of hope.

Middlebury Five-0: Colleen Balch

Colleen Balch from the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation
provides a dynamic and tremendously informative overview of the
Department's mission, discussing, in particular, the threats and challenges
associated with invasive plants. She talks about what they are, and
describes some of the programs available to address the issue.

Middlebury Five-0: Ian Lynch

Ian Lynch talks about his experience as a teacher at the School of
Leadership, in Afghanistan, offering educational opportunities to a group
of predominantly female students in Kabul, preparing them for the pursuit
of leadership roles within the country. He provides a riveting glimpse into
the challenges and intense rewards of working in such a ravaged and
controversial part of the world.

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