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Carrie Caouette-De Lallo 
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Re: “Whither Chelsea? A Confluence of Challenges Imperils the Orange County Seat

A few thoughts: The Chelsea Arts on the Green Market and Festival which was held in August of this year, was a well attended event with almost 40 artists and artisans sharing their work on the North Common. It also included a full day of music and a family tent which was full throughout the day. It was so successful that seed money was generated for 2019's event and the Chelsea Arts Collective determined that we needed a home base for sharing art within the community. The opening of North Common Arts hosted more than 200 people throughout the day, who were energized and excited about possibility within our community. It was not a single pot-luck, rather a series, which gained in steam and enthusiasm as well as attendance. This community is holding its head up and showing what is possible when people come together with a common vision. The article does not reflect the optimism that exists here and the energy injected by young families who are either carrying family farming traditions or creating their own. I am disappointed that your article does not reflect the forward thinking many of us have experienced in this past year.

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Posted by Carrie Caouette-De Lallo on 12/05/2018 at 10:38 PM

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