copyright the Chronicle October 21, 2015
by Joseph Gresser
GREENSBORO — The life of a congressman in Washington, D.C., may not be all beer and skittles, but U.S. Representative Peter Welch had an easy day Monday. While lawn bowling wasn’t on the agenda, beer and cheese certainly were.
Mr. Welch started out a day long visit to the Kingdom at Sterling College in Craftsbury Common, where he conferred with President Matthew Derr before taking a tour of the Rian Fried Center and meeting the college’s draft horses and its flock of turkeys.
While the two clearly enjoyed walking through the campus farm on a crisp October morning, there was some legislative purpose to the get together, as Mr. Welch later explained.
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