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Benefit Event for the VT Farm Disaster Relief Fund

With support from the Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation, the Bradford Conservation Commission presents…

The Summer of Walter Hacks
Friday, September 21, 7pm at the Bradford Academy Auditorium

Winner of the VT International Film Festival. A film about life* on a Vermont farm in the 1950’s (* but their life is filled with danger and excitement). Created by George Woodard, himself a farmer in Waterbury Center, VT.

Learn more about the film and watch a preview at www.pastureproductions.com.

Filmmaker George Woodard and producer Geriane Smart will be with us to present the film and discuss its production with the audience after the screening.

“Having been lucky enough to have grown up on a farm in Danville in the ‘50s, this film really took me back to the days of cowboy movies, milk cans and loose hay.” – Nancy Jones

Surprise – there’s a scene in this movie that features our own Rev. Mary and Andy Clark that takes place in Mary’s former church in Vergennes, VT.

Many thanks to our co-sponsors of this film screening: Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission, WYKR Radio Lower Cohase Chamber of Commerce Modern Woodmen of America.

EVENT DETAILS

4:30-6:45 Featuring LIVE MUSIC by Stovepipe Mountain Band with FRESH Food Prepared by Local Vendors

7:00 The Summer of Walter Hacks, an Award-Winning VT Film

Suggested $5 Donation.

Proceeds to benefit the VT FARM DISASTER RELIEF FUND.

Learn about the movie at www.pastureproductions.com.
Find Stovepipe Mountain Band on Facebook.

There seems to be agreement that what makes Vermont special is our scenic vistas – a patchwork of working farms across our landscapes. One year after the devastation of Hurricane Irene, many Vermont Farmers are still struggling to catch up, while some have had no other choice but to go out of business.

The VT Farm Disaster Relief Fundjust closed its 6th round of accepting applications from farmers seeking financial assistance. According to grant administrator Ryan Torres, 114 applications were just received and the Fund does not have enough cash to meet all the needs.

It is costing us $500 to bring the film, with its director and producer, to Bradford. The more donations we have, the more money we can send to help VT farmers recover from their losses. To learn more about the VT Farm Disaster Relief Fund, please check out this page at the Vermont Community Foundation website.

If you’re not able to make it to the film, please consider donating to our indiegogo campaign. All proceeds will be sent to the VT Farm Disaster Relief Fund.

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