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Greensboro Happenings

photo by Hal Gray
A large audience attended the community meeting on June 13 to consider the future of Greensboro’s Lakeview Elementary School.
photo by Hal Gray
Katherine Sims, State Representative (Orleans 4) in the Vermont House of Representatives, speaks at the community meeting about the future of Greensboro’s Lakeview Elementary School.
photo by Hal Gray
The school board and the remote screen at the June 13 community meeting to consider the future of the Lakeview Elementary School. OSSU Superintendent Dr. Baker is just to the left of the screen. The next meeting is Thursday, June 22, 6 p.m., at the school.
photo by Hal Gray
Mark Snyder, Greensboro Bend station resident and Bend railroad history guide, addresses visitors at the Greensboro Bend Park.
photo by Hal Gray
At activities for the Greensboro Bend Park were Bend Revitalization Initiative President (and 2023 Greensboro Award recipient) Dan Predpall and his wife Dianne.
photo by Hal Gray
Mark Snyder explains the decorative woodwork of the railroad station built in the early 1900s during activities at the Greensboro Bend Park. He noted the men’s door as distinct from the women’s door (up the stairs on the right) because the women found it unpleasant to mix with the men as they waited for train arrivals.
photo by Hal Gray
The Rural Arts Collaborative held the first of several summer activities planned for the Greensboro Bend Park adjacent to the new rail trail. The activities on June 10 included a hands-on art program for youngsters and a tour and railroad history talk. Among the participants were Rural Arts Coordinator Lisa Wolfgang (second from left), and BRI (Bend Revitalization Initiative) members Jane Johns (third from right) and Nancy Hill (far right).
photo by Hal Gray
A railroad roadbed maintenance car (flanger) with structure on its underside identifying it as distinct from its appearance as a caboose was on display at the Greensboro Bend Park.

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