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For the past 16 years, City Market has held a COTS Tree Sale to benefit Burlington’s Committee on Temporary Shelter. This year, City Market once again sold fresh balsams from Moffatt’s Tree Farm in Craftsbury, Vermont. The Co-op sold 660 trees from Wednesday, December 4 through Thursday, December 12 and the net proceeds were all donated to COTS.

ARC Mechanical is happy to announce the addition of two new employees, the return of a previous employee, as well as the promotion of one employee.

Central Vermont Medical Center employees and volunteers donated 188 turkeys to the Vermont Food Bank. They also donated turkeys to 33 families that have been adopted for holiday giving by individual employees, departments, and physician practices, through the State of Vermont Agency of Human Services/Department of Children and Families.

TPW, a community management company offering full service property management, vacation rental and real estate services, has named David Boston the new Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Boston, a top principal of the company, has been a trusted leader in the growth and success of TPW's New England offices.

The Women Business Owners Network is pleased to announce four new additions to their Executive Board beginning in January 2014.
Mary Claire Carroll of Carroll Photos, owns a Portrait and Commercial photography studio and is a skilled photographic artist.

The Norwich University Office of Communications welcomes Lindsay Cahill Lord to its staff as the new special projects coordinator in charge of the annual William E. Colby Military Writers Symposium as well as other duties.

Seven Days, Vermont’s free, independent weekly newspaper, won eight awards at the Vermont Press Association ceremony last Thursday in Montpelier.
The awards are an annual competition among the daily and nondaily newspapers in the state of Vermont.
Seven Days won eight awards including:
• General Excellence, nondaily: First Place, Seven Days

KSE Partners LLP, Vermont’s leading government affairs, communications and research firm, today named Scott Mackey as managing partner.

The Bank of Bennington contributed a combined total of $25,000 to eighteen local food and fuel funds in Bennington, Arlington, Manchester, Hoosick, and Cambridge communities in December 2013.

Norwich University computer science and computer security students have completed a first draft of The Rook’s Guide to C++, a book that aspires to become a textbook for entry level programming students.

Bread Loaf Corporation, a Vermont firm of architects, planners and builders, is pleased to announce two recent promotions.

Ledyard National Bank is pleased to announce that Stacey Alexander, Compliance and BSA Specialist, recently completed the Certified Community Bank Internal Auditing Program, sponsored by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA).