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BRISTOL | Many of us have only limited knowledge of England’s rich cultural diversity. Read more

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BRISTOL | When Addison County residents Catherine Willson and Mikaela Keepin learned of about the work of a Catholic nun, named Sister Lucy Kurien, they each felt a calling. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | Last summer, Middlebury residents Farhad and Amtul Khan fulfilled a lifelong dream and a spiritual obligation: they completed their pilgrimage to Mecca. Read more

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BRISTOL | For most of us, it is unthinkable to imagine growing up without a family, but that is the sad reality for many children. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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BRISTOL | When Walt Disney first dazzled crowds at the New York World’s Fair’s UNICEF exhibit in 1964-65 with the still-going “It’s a Small World...” amusement ride, he sure wasn’t thinking of the world more than a half a century later. Read more

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BRISTOL | Laurie Stavrand, community coordinator of the USCRI/Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, discussed what her organization does to help refugees transition to Vermont at the Lawrence Memorial Library, in Bristol, last week. Read more

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BRISTOL — Four Vermont Muslim teen slam poets who call themselves “Muslim Girls Making Change” will share their experiences at a One World Library Project program in Bristol this month. Read more

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