Who should be the star of Stuck in Vermont's 200th episode?
Who deserves his or her own five-minutes of fame?
Voting is now closed. Thanks for your votes! The star of Stuck in Vermont's 200th episode will be revealed in his/her own video on November 17. Please visit us then to watch the video!
Artistic Producer, Nightmare Vermont, South Burlington
"Jana Beagley is celebrating her 20th year as a "Haunter" this year. She has a passion for all aspects of dramatic Halloween productions. Through her efforts, Jana has helped young people to find an inner strength and purpose that they may never have found otherwise...Jana has changed the world for the better in more ways than she even knows. Her endless energy, inspiration and positive attitude are an example for us all. She deserves to be called our Favorite Vermonter!""
— Lynda Camire
"Sheer awesomeness, ubiquity, longevity, f'ing awesome storyteller."
— Cheryl Herrick
Editor's Note: Josh's new play Concrete Kingdom runs November 11-14 and November 18-21 at The Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in Burlington and is being produced by the Green Candle Theatre Company.
Owner of Olivia’s Croutons, New Haven
"Starting in her kitchen in 1991, Francie Caccavo has built her crouton company into an empire... a crunchy one! Now, Olivia's Croutons of New Haven, Vermont occupies 50 acres of pristine farmland, grows their own organic wheat, and makes their products in a re-purposed 1912 dairy barn...It doesn't get much more Vermont than the Caccavo family. ...Stop by the farm, let Francie prepare a meal for you from her garden-fresh veggies, go for a horse ride, and have all the croutons you can eat!"
— Tom Kupfer
Field Director for Franklin and Grand Isle Counties for the Vermont Agency of Human Services and Owner/Dessert Designer at Cosmic Bakery & Café, St. Albans
"Through her tireless effort, Pam has managed to motivate her colleagues in Northwest Vermont and keep us all in a place where we're giving 300% to support our family, friends, and neighbors through our work, all during a time when funding has been cut in so many different human services areas...And even when she's up to her neck in cookie dough, cake batter, and butter cream, Pam doesn't hesitate to take phone calls from colleagues who are in need of her vast expertise. Trust me. I know."
— Ethan Dezotelle
Pete the Moose
(and Pete’s Caretaker/Best Friend, David Lawrence), Irasburg
"Because Pete still matters. All we are saying is give Pete a chance."
— Vincent Tiresias
Editor's Note: Although Pete is no longer at risk, we still think his story is a good one (and David's too).