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Brattleboro Area Hospice's Taking Steps Brattleboro - Advance Care Planning/Advance Directive Q&A Info Sessions: Advance Care Planning includes discussing choices about end-of-life care with your medical provider, family, others and includes choosing/educating your Health Care Agent and making informed decisions to complete an Advance Directive. Anyone over the age of 18 benefits from having a completed Advance Directive. Completing an Advance Directive is a gift to those who you love. Services include the weekly Zoom meeting and individual ACP meetings by phone, Zoom, or in-person to complete an Advance Directive. Choose 10-11 a.m. or 6-7 p.m. Contact Don Freeman:, 802-257-0775 x 101 and leave your contact info to receive emailed Zoom invite and/or telephone call-in number. Specify session you plan to attend. Free. Zoom. Visit to see forms and obtain information .

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Hunger Free Vermont (via Zoom): Join Anore Horton, Exec. Dir., to mark one year of Hunger Free Vermont's response to the pandemic. "With the help of so many in the community, we have accomplished a great deal during Covid-19, including witnessing the tremendous difference the emergency measures we helped to enact had on so many of us, especially Vermont's children. In our conversation we will address progress, plans underway for 2021, and answer any questions you may have.". 2 p.m. Zoom. Email for link:

Input on Development of 10-Year Telecommunications Plan - Vermont Public Service Dept. (Online/Call-In): This Plan will provide an overview, looking 10 years ahead, of statewide growth/development as it relates to future requirements for telecommunications services - including patterns of urban expansion, statewide and service area economic growth, shifts in transportation modes, economic development, technological advances, other trends/factors that will significantly affect State telecommunications policy and programs. The plan will explore policy objectives and propose strategies for meeting them. It will cover a range of telecommunications services including voice telephony, broadband, mobile-wireless services, enhanced services. Members of the public are encouraged to raise issues/ideas for inclusion. Through Thursday, April 1. 3/31: 12:30-1:30 p.m. Session 1 - Broadband. Online. 4/1: 6-7 p.m. Session 2 - Cell Service; Public Safety; Public, Educational, Governmental Access TV. Meeting links and call-in info:



March 2021