WILD APPLE HONORS 10-YEAR EMPLOYEES
February 6, 2006 [Woodstock, Vermont] -- At a recent company staff breakfast meeting John and Laurie Chester, owners of Wild Apple Graphics in Woodstock, Vermont, honored four employees for their ten years of service to the company.
Honored were Dee Anderson (Accounts Receivable), Linda Markwell (Assistant Controller), Dawn Mathis (warehouse and shipping support) and Sue Schlabach (Art Director). All were presented with an engraved Simon Pearce Apple to commemorate the event.
WILD APPLE HONORS 10-YEAR EMPLOYEES
Morrisville VT Responding to steady growth and expansion, Union Bank is very pleased to announce the following promotions
Cynthia Borck, Executive Vice President, will lead the Banks Product Development, Item Processing and Deposit Operations departments. Ms. Borck is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank. She has been with Union Bank since 1987 and resides
February 2, 2006
CIRC-WILLISTON STUDY TO HOLD PUBLIC WORKSHOPS
Project seeks input on design of Route 2A Improvements, Circ A/B, and Hybrid Alternatives
MONTPELIER Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) Secretary Dawn Terrill announced today that
the agency will be holding public design workshops on the eight alternatives short-listed for detailed study in
the Circ-Williston Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Thursday, February 2, 2006
Advertising shop Moondyne Agency, has added Vermont Butcher Block & Board Co. to its roster of clients.
Vermont Butcher Block & Board Co., a Williston based manufacturer of hand crafted wood products, has charged Moondyne Agency with the task of streamlining brand identity and executing a variety of print and direct response projects.
JAMES H. DOUGLAS
VBM & HMC partnership press release
Nicole L Fenton
Peak Pitch brings entrepreneurs and investors together for a uniquely Northern New England version of the classic "elevator pitch". In the traditional elevator pitch, entrepreneurs take advantage of an unexpected opportunity to share an elevator ride with a potential investor and quickly present their business idea.
Montpelier, VT ~ The Vermont Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit
focused on lifelong learning and literacy, in December received a $200,000
Challenge Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The grant
represents a significant step toward the success of VHC's first capital
campaign, Humanities at the Center, which aims to raise $700,000 to cover
the purchase and renovation of new offices in Montpelier. VHC moved to the
more central offices in October after 30 years in Hyde Park and Morrisville
in rented space.
Business Interiors has completed the furniture installation for Seventh Generation's Burlington Vermont Headquarters. This project is expected to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification for Commercial Interiors. The new space features the latest in open office design planning in conjunction with a vast array of products from the Steelcase product portfolio. All furniture was carefully selected to coincide with the strictest of environmental standards as determined by the US Green Building Council and Greenguard Institute.
BRISTOL, VERMONT - Alan E. Lewis, Chairman and CEO of Grand Circle Corporation in Boston, announced that Gregg Marston has purchased Vermont Bicycle Tours Bicycling Vacation (VBT) from Grand Circle. Mr. Marston has served as VBT's President since 1999.
"We are delighted to have sold VBT to someone who shares our passion for adventurous, discovery-oriented travel experiences that have the power to change people's lives," said Lewis. "We know that VBT is in excellent hands."
For Immediate Release - January 24, 2005
Contact: Lillian Gamache (802) 656-7969, Lillian.Gamache@uvm.edu, Vermont EPSCoR. University of Vermont. 528 Cook Physical Science Building. Burlington, VT 05405