July 21, 2017

PHOTOS: Monsters for a day

Williston resident Storm Rushford holds a check from the Lake Monsters after signing a one-day contract with the team. Rushford, 12, was one of nine boys and girls in the state named to the 2014 Little Lake Monsters All Stars.  Hundreds of kids sent applications, and the winners were selected based on their answers to three questions that focused on sportsmanship, community and leading a healthy lifestyle. After a ceremony on Aug. 22, Rushford was outfitted in a Lake Monsters uniform and took batting practice with the team before its home game on Friday. He and his fellow winners also stood on the field with the team during the national anthem and sat in the dugout with the players for an inning.

Williston resident Storm Rushford holds a check from the Lake Monsters after signing a one-day contract with the team. Rushford, 12, was one of nine boys and girls in the state named to the 2014 Little Lake Monsters All Stars.
Hundreds of kids sent applications, and the winners were selected based on their answers to three questions that focused on sportsmanship, community and leading a healthy lifestyle.After a ceremony on Aug. 22, Rushford was outfitted in a Lake Monsters uniform and took batting practice with the team before its home game on Friday. He and his fellow winners also stood on the field with the team during the national anthem and sat in the dugout with the players for an inning. (Observer courtesy photos)

Storm Rushford

Storm Rushford

Mira Filion

Mira Filion

Mira Filion

Mira Filion

Maddie Montagne

Maddie Montagne

Maddie Montagne

Maddie Montagne

Grace Arcovitch

Grace Arcovitch

Grace Arcovitch

Grace Arcovitch

Ethan Schwaner

Ethan Schwaner

Ethan Schwaner

Ethan Schwaner

Ethan Fritz

Ethan Fritz

Ethan Fritz

Ethan Fritz

Dustin Beloin

Dustin Beloin

Dustin Beloin

Dustin Beloin

Connor Nielsen

Connor Nielsen

Connor Nielsen

Connor Nielsen

Brady Doorey

Brady Doorey

Brady Doorey

Brady Doorey

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Comments

  1. tcoletta says:

    almost 3 decades ago when williston started it’s development review process the public works section was pushing for a wider roadway typical for residential streets. The town adopted 30 ft widths vs 24ft. That’s 6/24 (30%) additional impervious area and runoff that needs to treated before flowing into ALLEN BROOK. The town and selectboard have indicated a lack of interest to reach out and help communties like mine that have had expired stormwater permits for more then a decade. Its always been a wait and see, well I see where this headed now.

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