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Founder and owner Tom Brassard has announced that 2015-2016 marks the 25th anniversary year for Paw Print & Mail, a full-service B2B printing, mailing, graphic design, and small business marketing services company located in South Burlington, Vermont.

Doug Nedde of Nedde Real Estate has brokered a lease between North Star Leasing and Cresta Cooper Nedde, LLC with Steve Donahue of Donahue & Associates for 6,258+/- SF. North Star Leasing will be moving their office to newly renovated 747 Pine Street, Burlington, VT.

The Burlington Business Association (BBA) is hosting its annual Business Summit event on Thursday, February 11th from 7:30-11 am at Burton’s Area 13 facility. 

BNI Vermont has announced that Megan Waite has been appointed to the position of Director Consultant.

Merritt & Merritt & Moulton has announced that Keegan M. Caldwell, Ph.D., a Registered Patent Agent, has joined the firm’s IP practice.   Dr. Caldwell has extensive experience in initial patent prosecution counseling and prosecution of patent applications in the US and abroad.   A distinguished veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Dr.

Vermont Youth Conservation Corps has announced two new trustees. Michael Snyder, Commissioner of Vermont Forests, Parks, and Recreation, is serving as an ex officio member. Snyder was appointed to his current post as Commissioner by Governor Shumlin in 2010.

The Alliance for Community Media -Northeast Region hosted their 17th Annual Video Festival at the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, CT.  Filmmaker/Director/Editor Jim Heltz of Green Mountain Video, Inc of Williston was in attendance to accept  the first place award in the Arts and Theater category for the film I am in here.

Maine Drilling & Blasting celebrates the importance of local service to its own success over the past half-century by establishing named scholarships at local universities and technical colleges throughout its service area.

Vermont Watchdog has added its presence to the Vermont Statehouse press corps, with the hiring of reporter Michael Bielawski.

Gloria LaClair has been selected as January Employee of the Month at Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, in recognition of sustained service excellence. LaClair, who works in the Hospital’s nutrition services, was cited for her strong work ethic, her willingness to help when needed, and her positive attitude.

Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott recently hosted a Salute to the Vermont senior athletes who won medals and ribbons at the 2015 National Senior Games held in Minneapolis, MN.  A reception followed in the Cedar Creek Room in the Statehouse.

A few facts about the performance of our Vermont athletes in Minneapolis:

The ribbon is cut by Darren Childs, Board President and Kelly Giancola, Executive Director at the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the new location of the Rutland Community Cupboard, 65 River St.

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