Senator Bernie Sanders met with Maya Robinson and Audrey Pekarik, Vermont winners of the "Prudential Spirit of Community Award". The awards recognize middle and high school students with outstanding volunteer community service. Maya created an exhibit of photographs taken by international exchange students to promote greater understanding of foreign cultures. Audrey raised $3,000 to build a house for a needy family in Haiti by making beaded bracelets and selling them at craft fairs.
Senator Bernie Sanders met with Beatrice Grause, President of the Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems, along with five other Vermont hospital CEO's to discuss critical healthcare needs for Vermont.
Sen. Sanders attended the ribbon cutting for the new Army Aviation Support Facility at Burlington International Airport.
Then he traveled to Montpelier to help plant a tree in celebration of Green-Up Day.
He was also in Stowe to speak to the Vermont Convention of National Association of Letter Carriers.
Sen. Sanders was in Danville to speak with students and staff at the high school on current issues in Washington.
Next, Sen. Sanders traveled to Northern Counties Health Care in St. Johnsbury to view new construction with director Jack Donnelly.
Then, he stopped by Lyndon State College to speak with KATV, the college run TV station. He also took time to meet with students.