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Ken Sold His Book!

Greetings Former Neighbors! - 

More than excited to announce that my first book will be released Spring 2017 and Brattleboro features quite a bit heavily in the text. I most definitely think you all are going to enjoy it. We set up a website to collect e-mail addresses to notify folks when the book is ready for order and IT WOULD MEAN THE WORLD TO ME if you would sign up! - http://www.kenschneck.com/seriously

More to come!,
Ken Schneck


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Great news, Ken! I look forward to reading it.
I miss your voice of reason on the Selectboard - you can't imagine how much!!!

Kris Alden


Thank you!

Thanks so much, Kris! I miss it more than I could possibly tell you. The Selectboard was a life highlight for me and there was so much more I wanted to do. But that life lesson of, "You need to take care of yourself above all else" most definitely kicked in for me and sadly I had to leave it all behind me to move to Cleveland (which turned out to be the best possible choice). But holy heck am I eyeing the Cleveland City Council... :)


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