September 2, 2014

Cabbage crown

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Williston resident Remy Schulz, a fourth grade student at The Renaissance School in Shelburne, was the Vermont winner of Bonnie Plant’s Third Grade Cabbage Program. Remy—pictured above (third from left) with (from left) Renaissance School Director and owner Lisa Zengilowski, Ryan Smith of Bonnie Plants, his younger brother Kai, and his parents, Marielle Goossens and Kurt Schulz—was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and framed certificate during an all-school assembly on March 28 at The Renaissance School.  Remy grew his huge, prize-winning cabbage (left) from a small starter plant that had been provided to each of the third graders at the school last spring.

Williston resident Remy Schulz, a fourth grade student at The Renaissance School in Shelburne, was the Vermont winner of Bonnie Plant’s Third Grade Cabbage Program. Remy—pictured above (third from left) with (from left) Renaissance School Director and owner Lisa Zengilowski, Ryan Smith of Bonnie Plants, his younger brother Kai, and his parents, Marielle Goossens and Kurt Schulz—was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and framed certificate during an all-school assembly on March 28 at The Renaissance School.
Remy grew his huge, prize-winning cabbage (left) from a small starter plant that had been provided to each of the third graders at the school last spring.

Williston resident Remy Schulz, a fourth grade student at The Renaissance School in Shelburne, was the Vermont winner of Bonnie Plant’s Third Grade Cabbage Program. Remy—pictured above (third from left) with (from left) Renaissance School Director and owner Lisa Zengilowski, Ryan Smith of Bonnie Plants, his younger brother Kai, and his parents, Marielle Goossens and Kurt Schulz—was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and framed certificate during an all-school assembly on March 28 at The Renaissance School.  Remy grew his huge, prize-winning cabbage (left) from a small starter plant that had been provided to each of the third graders at the school last spring.

Williston resident Remy Schulz, a fourth grade student at The Renaissance School in Shelburne, was the Vermont winner of Bonnie Plant’s Third Grade Cabbage Program. Remy—pictured above (third from left) with (from left) Renaissance School Director and owner Lisa Zengilowski, Ryan Smith of Bonnie Plants, his younger brother Kai, and his parents, Marielle Goossens and Kurt Schulz—was awarded a $1,000 scholarship and framed certificate during an all-school assembly on March 28 at The Renaissance School.
Remy grew his huge, prize-winning cabbage (left) from a small starter plant that had been provided to each of the third graders at the school last spring.

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  1. Louis M. Izzo says:

    I take frequent walks in my neighborhood and surrounding sidewalks/roads on Industrial Avenue and Rt 2-A and occasionally see what appears to be a dog-poop bag, nicely tied, but simply left there in the road or on the sidewalk. I would like to remind dog-walkers that this is not appropriate. Please carry it off.

    Thank you for meeting your legal responsibilities.

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