CBHM

Covered Bridges Half Marathon-A Community based road race. Runs the first Sunday in June. The Best 13.1 miles in New England. Experience some of Vermont's Covered Bridges and support local charities.

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We All Need a Perfect Vermont Get-Away!

Hey CBHM Runners, check this out!
Pittsfield, Vermont is an idyllic small New England town nestled on the edge of the Green Mountains. The birthplace of the Spartan Race, Pittsfield has become a mecca for athletes and health enthusiasts. On any day you might find groups of visitors and neighbors visiting and exercising on the extensive Green Mountain Trail system and the epic 1 mile Stone Steps.

Our guests stay in comfortable rooms at one of our local properties - The Amee Farm Lodge, The Trailside Inn or one of our private rental homes.

Local produce from Sweet Georgia P's CSA at Amee Farm is a staple of many meals. Breathtaking fall foliage, snow covered pines, new growth in spring and a glorious summer… we are Perfect Vermont.

Some of our programs include:

Hiking and Yoga: Perfect Vermont is excited to bring you a new way to enjoy the beauty of Riverside Farm in Pittsfield, Vermont. Get unplugged and experience true relaxation during a weekend of hiking, yoga and local organic food. We have an expert staff who will ensure you leave feeling stronger, healthier and revitalized.

Elite Endurance: Train with Peak Races top athletes including previous Death Race winners, while improving knowledge of endurance training during this high tempo course. Spend the weekend running, cycling or mountain biking the back country of Vermont’s Green Mountains. Instructors will lead group discussions, tours and fitness sessions. This intensive course has been developed for dedicated endurance athletes.


Weight Loss: Equip yourself with the knowledge to live a healthier lifestyle. Instructors will lead informational discussions, tours and fitness sessions. This course has been designed to assist in planning your healthy weight loss.

To contact Perfect Vermont Retreats click here.

Howl at The Moon February 15! Mark Your Calendars and Get Your Tickets!



“Howl at the Moon”
Saturday February 15, 2014 (6–8:30)

The Dartmouth Outing Club brings you the 7th Annual “Howl at the Moon”. A progressive dinner out on the golf course lit by torches and fire pits and catered by our local merchants. Fun for all and a limited number of tickets sold. 

Tickets can be purchased at the Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center at the DOC House on Occom Pond.

DARTMOUTH XC SKI CENTER at Occom Pond
Tues-Fri 10-6 / Sat & Sun 9-5 (603-643-6534)

Howl at the Moon Sponsored By:
http://boloco.com/stores/dartmouth-college/
http://www.dartmouth.edu/dining/http://www.hanoverinn.com/
http://ebas.com/

http://ramuntospizza.com/

http://www.worthyburger.com/worthy-burger-catering.html

Desserts and Music at the DOC House

The Upper Valley Haven NEEDS Our Help!

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The Upper Valley Haven NEEDS Our Help
 

713 Hartford Avenue
White River Junction, VT 05001
phone: 802-295-6500

 Their food shelf is critically low and has run out completely several times this winter. If you live in the Upper Valley PLEASE, drop off food and items from their Food Wish List, TODAY!
 We want their shelves to look like this!!!

The Food Shelf provides a week’s supply of healthy groceries once a month (including meat, dairy and produce), and unlimited access to bread and produce to anyone in need. We offer a Healthy Eating Program which addresses food shelf visitors’ needs for inexpensive and healthy eating options. It is designed to serve everyone who comes through the doors of the Haven. The program consists of developing healthy and budget-conscious recipes, on-site food preparation using ingredients found at the Food Shelf, and food sampling for clients with hand-outs of the corresponding recipes.
Most of the items in the Haven’s Food Shelf are purchased through the Vermont Food Bank, at the average price of $0.18 per pound. We also receive generous donations of food from individuals, businesses, churches, and civic groups throughout the year. Food drives are always welcome. Visit our Food Shelf Wish List for a list of food items we currently need.

Perishable items are welcome: 
Eggs, cheese, quarts of milk, butter, yogurt, beef, chicken, pork, fish, etc.
Items that are always needed in the Food Shelf:
Cereal (hot and cold)
Peanut Butter
Jelly/Jam
Canned potatoes
Pasta of all kinds Canned vegetables (beets, carrots, mixed, asparagus)
Dry or evaporated milk
Tuna or sardines
Pasta Sauce
Soups
Canned Whole Tomatoes
Tomato paste/diced or stewed
Macaroni & Cheese
Red kidney beans
Black beans
Chick peas
Dried beans, lentils, peas
Sliced bread
Chicken, beef or vegetable broth
Baked Beans
Canned Fruit
Paper Goods and Toiletries:
Conditioner
Baby wipes
Dish Detergent
Deodorant
Feminine Products
Kleenex
Laundry Detergent
Napkins
Razors
Recycled Grocery Bags
Shampoo
Toilet Paper
Toothpaste Toothbrushes
Soap
Paper Towels

Additional needed items:
Manual can openers
Tarps
Tents

If you don't live locally but would like to help out our neighbors, please DONATE online today!
Proudly Supports the Upper Valley Haven!