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LPR Monthly News

New Mailing Regulations

It has come to our attention that there will be new regulations for tabbed mail being processed through the post office. Two tabs must be applied to the mailing, each placed one inch from the top edge and not interfering with postage, in order to make them machinable. If they do not match the regulation, a non-machinable surcharge will be applied. The diagram below illustrates where tabs should be applied. 

We are happy to help by adding the tabs in the correct place and save you from the surcharge!
New Tab Diagram
Design Spotlight!
Our in house graphic designer Betsy helped Champlain Construction recreate their logo this month so the file is more usable. We think it came out great!
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Contest Section

Congratulations to Jerry Forbes the winner of our April contest!

This month we're planting our window planters! Guess the date that we have our first sprout to be entered to win. This month's prize is a gift card for the Little Pressroom! 

Closest guess wins!


Contest begins May 2nd and ends May 27th.
Winner will be announced May 30th!


Email us or comment on our Facebook to enter!

Top 3 Nerd News Articles of March

1. Serial Sneezing
Do you have a serial sneezer in your life? According to this article, sneezing in bursts of 3's is common and helps clear the irritant from the nasal passage.

2. Message in a Bottle
The world's oldest message in a bottle was found in Germany containing a message from 108-year-old postcard. The message was dated November 30, 1906 and asked the receiver a list of questions about where it ended up. Read the whole article here.


3. Invisible Trains
An 'invisible' train could be rolling down the country side in 2018. Covered with a semi-reflective coating, the train would have a softer look and blend into the landscape. Read the whole article here.

Customer Spotlight

Local Summer Camps

Summer is coming! Warm weather, vacations, and children home from school. We have many wonderful clients that are offering great programs for kids of every age to enjoy!
  • Middlebury Mountaineer
    • Green Mountain Adventures offers a variety of outdoor adventure day camps uniquely designed to safely lead children and young adults (age 6-15) into the vast playground of rocks, rivers, and mountains surrounding our Central Vermont community. Visit their website for more information.
  • Middlebury Parks and Rec Department
    • Middlebury Parks and Rec offers many different activities aimed at school age children (Pre-K through teen). Offerings usually including a variety of sports camps, day camps, swim lessons, etc. Check out their website for more details.
  • Mary Johnson Children's Center
    • Mary Johnson Children's Center operates several licensed school age programs around Addison County, hosted at elementary schools. These provide safe environments, nurturing relationships and enriching experiences for children and youth ages 5-12 on a daily basis. There are also four summer full-day camps and a variety of special-interest enrichment's offered annually by the Center's School Age Care Programs. For more information visit their website.
Minibury also offers an extensive and full list of local summer programs on their page here to help you choose the best camps for your children this summer.

New Promotional Items

If you are looking to get your customer's attention in a new way, here are some of our products that might spark your imagination.
Baseball Hat, HOPE
Magnets, Town Of Middlebury
Street Banner, Festival on-the-Green
Glass Etched Award Plaque, Hospice Volunteer Services
Decal, Forbes Logging
Pens, Fairway Mortgage
First time promotional products receive a 10% discount!
Call us today 802-388-2337
Shop Promo Products Here!

Welcome to Our Newest Clients

We want to give a shout out to our newest clients; thank you for the opportunity to help with your print and promo needs!
 

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Announcements

Upcoming Events

May 2016


May 1- Stories from the Hearth @ American Flatbread
May 2- LPR May Contest Starts!
May 3- Middlebury Fire Department Ham Supper
May 5
- Cinco De Mayo
May 7- Green Mountain Draft Horse Association Raffle Ends
May 7- Kentucky Derby
May 8- Mother's Day
May 20- Steven Jupiter Gallery Birdwatching Exhibit
May 26-28- Frankenstein at Addison Repertory Theater
May 27- LPR May Contest Ends
May 30- Memorial Day 

Other Calendars

Brandon Town Hall & Community Center 
Brandon Chamber Of Commerce
Green Mountain Club
Rotary Club of Middlebury
Town Hall Theater
Two Brothers Tavern and Lounge
Better Middlebury Partnership- Experience Middlebury 
Minibury


June 2016


June 4- Staged Readings of 1940 Radio Plays 
June 4
- Rhubarb Festival at CVUUS
June 9-11 - Opera Company Of Middlebury Presents Macbeth
June 14- Flag Day
June 19- Father's Day
June 20- Summer Solstice
June 20- LPR Summer Hours Begin (7am-3pm Monday-Friday)



 

Seasonal Activities!

Gardening Tips and Tricks

Spring is upon us at last! It is time to get outside and prepare gardens and lawns for the growing season. Here are some great articles that will improve your gardens health and help you get the most out of it this season.

One of the most important aspects of having a great garden and bountiful growth is knowing the perfect time to plant your seeds. This link breaks down the best time to plant all your favorite vegetables in Vermont. 

Once all of your seeds are in and plants start sprouting, the next step is to keep the garden weeded and the bugs off. This article provides natural solutions to repel all of the pests in your garden.

Finally it is time to harvest! Here is an article that gives you an idea of when the perfect time to pluck those veggies is.

Happy gardening! We would love to see your gardens in full bloom, share your pictures with us on our Facebook page!
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