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Local Programming Highlights
August 9, 2022
Summer Membership Drive 
You can help support our efforts in bringing all of the community programming to local cable TV & online platforms by becoming a member. With THAT in mind, the annual Summer Membership Drive is now underway!  Your contributions help us keep local public media alive & well here in our area. We are YOUR non profit community-based media outlet. Thank you for your continued support!
Local History
To commemorate July 4th each year, the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation, in partnership with the State Historic Site, hosts a celebration on Plymouth Notch. Not only is it Independence Day, but it's also Pres. Coolidge's birthday! Volunteer Pat Moore captured this year's events celebration, including  readings from the Declaration of Independence by local students. Watch it HERE.
Local Music
We are doing our best to hit as many of the local concerts on the Green as possible...be it Proctorsville, Belmont, or Ludlow. This week, we present coverage of Sammy Blanchette playing as part of the Cavendish Summer Concert Series, on the Proctorsville Green. Our Summer intern, Gavin Greenawalt, was there with a camera & mic to document Sammy's performance. 
And in case you missed it, last week, we brought you The Plumb Bobs, who performed indoors at the Library as part of Mount Holly Summer Concert Series, due to a rainy evening (that one was also covered by Gavin). Local concerts play throughout the week on the Community Channel - check our newly updated program grid for times.
Local Variety
The Lake Rescue Association held its annual meeting  over the past weekend in the Ludlow Community Center building.  Coverage of the meeting is part of our upcoming Local Variety programming - playing each week on the Community Channel (see the programming grid for "Local Variety" & other timeslots). You can also watch the Lake Rescue Association meeting here
VMX Showcase
As part of our Vermont Media Exchange (VMX) showcase this week, thanks to coverage from our colleagues at Mt. Mansfield Community TV, you can learn all about Owls of Vermont! Jericho-Underhill Land Trust hosts Craig Newman from the Outreach of Earth Stewardship leads an engaging talk about 3 distinct types of owls found here in VT.  The VMX Showcase is a block of programming each week on the Community Channel, featuring programming from our partner stations from around the State. (see the programming grid for "VMX Showcase" & other timeslots).
Primary Election is TODAY- August 9th
Haven't cast your ballot yet? You can catch up on all your local and statewide candidate programming  right HERE!   Rock the vote! 
Local Government Meetings (Click Here)
And as always we provide coverage of local government meetings. They are televised everyday on the Education / Gov't channel (Comcast 1086 & Vtel 167), starting at 6pm (and repeating the following day at 12am, 7am, & 1pm).  All meetings can also be viewed, "on demand" on our website.
Want to know which meetings play on what night?
FIND OUR AUGUST MEETING PLAYBACK GUIDE HERE.
Local Religious Services
Click the link to see the latest services from Ludlow Baptist Church, St. James United Methodist Church, Calvary Church, & the Catholic Mass (from the Diocese of Burlington). Would you like to have your church's services broadcast & shared by Okemo Valley TV? Reach out to us to discuss.
Ways to Watch Online
Our website is chock-full of local programming that can be watched at any time. All local programming is archived there to view on demand. We also stream our 2 TVB channels live 24/7, for anyone wishing to "tune in" . 
CLICK HERE for ways to watch.
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We are grateful for the support we've received from local businesses.
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