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August 27, 2022 - Summer Send-Off Celebration
Join us on Saturday, August 27 from 5:45pm – 10pm at The Little Theatre in Downtown Woodstock.
Tesha loves to support the local music and food scene! Please come enjoy music from Laurie Goldsmith and Cows Like Shrimp, plus Vermont music by the DJs for the rest of the evening.
Come hungry! Event admission includes lite bites from Watroba’s of Reading. You may also opt to purchase Mediterranean eats from Plymouth’s favorite food truck Fork in the Road and delectable desserts courtesy of Woodstock’s Holly Pierce of The Soul Chef!
This event is BYOB with cups provided. We will have a Community Voice wall — write what you love about VT and what could be improved!
Park at the Little Theatre or across the street from the Woodstock Recreation Center.
Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.
July 28, 2022 - Meet and Greet at Puddledock Park in Reading
From 5:30 – 7:30pm, Tesha will be at the park and is excited to meet more residents in Reading, VT! Even if you met her when she went door to door, please stop in to say hello and enjoy some amazing ice cream from The Lazy Cow!
27, 2022 - Campaign Announcement
WOODSTOCK, VT — Tesha Buss, a Woodstock-based Democrat, announces her run for Windsor County-5 State Representative. “My Vermont businesses have been all about creating vibrant community. I rise up to challenges. My experience has prepared me to step up to what we face now as Vermonter’s. I grew up in the service industry and now I am ready to serve Vermont.”
Tesha Buss for Vermont State Representative
“My Vermont businesses have been all about creating community. I rise up to challenges. My experiences have prepared me to step up to what Vermonters face now. I grew up in the service industry and now I am ready to serve Vermont.”
A proud entrepreneur, Buss opened two businesses in Plymouth during the 2008 recession—Good Commons, a retreat home; and The Good Bus. Using resources from Vermont’s Small Development Center and a grassroots marketing approach, Buss grew both businesses. She continues to welcome guests to Good Commons.
“Tesha has first-hand experience of what it is like to run a business in Vermont–a perspective that is very important to have in the State House when shaping policies.
And she has worked to solve local child care needs, a real priority for
working people and the entire state.”