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Larry Sudbay, President and Chief Executive Officer of SymQuest Group, is pleased to announce the hiring of new Network Support Engineer Brett A. Smith.
“I’m happy to be a valued member of the team,” said Smith.

Jonna Goulding, MD attended Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts graduating from an accelerated seven-semester program with a BA in Biology and a minor in music.

The Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter at Stafford Technical Center recently installed new officers for the 2013 and 2014 school year. The officers are Jessica Cota-President (RHS), Lexi Tittemore-Vice President/Parliamentarian (RHS) ,Sarah Durkee-Secretary/Reporter (RHS), Maria Whalen-Treasurer (Mill River) and Kaelin Reopell-Historian (West Rutland).

Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew announces that ten attorneys have been selected for inclusion on the New England Super Lawyers 2013 list in seven different classes, and one attorney has been selected for inclusion on the Rising Stars 2013 list.

The 2014 Vermont Lake Monsters field staff will include a pair of new coaches with the additions of former Major League players David Newhan as manager and Tommy Everidge as the team's hitting coach, the NY-Penn League affiliate of the Oakland Athletics announced with the release of the full coaching staffs throughout the Athletics organization by Oakland.

Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Northern Vermont (HBRANV), has announced the Better Homes Award (BHA) winners at the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center Leahy Center for Lake Champlain last night. With over 200 people attending, it was a wonderful night filled with laughter, celebration and encouragement that the building industry is back!

The Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce named the Brooks House Development team as the 2012 Corporate Citizen of the Year on Friday, November 1 at the annual Chamber gala.

Regina Darmoni, co-founder of Timely Transformations, a professional development consulting practice located in Waitsfield, spoke recently at TEDx, Drexel University under the theme, “The NeXt Thing in…”

One of Vermont's fiercest fighters for human rights, Peg Franzen, recently passed on after battling cancer. Ms. Franzen has been a key leader of the Vermont Workers’ Center and the Healthcare Is A Human Right Campaign over the last decade. She had a long career working for disability rights, social and economic justice for over 30 years before joining the Workers’ Center.

“Environmentalists long ago won the scientific battle, but we needed to reach people’s hearts as well. This superb volume will do exactly that.”—Bill McKibben

The ribbon is cut by owner Rebecca Buonadonna at the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting at Raw Honey Apparel. Raw Honey Apparel is now open at 5 Center St. in Downtown Rutland. The store offers a fun, urban shopping experience with a focus on premium denim and fashion forward clothing in a variety of styles.

PC Construction is pleased to announce the promotion of three of its employee-owners. Mike Franzoni, Chip LaBonte and Chet Layman have each been appointed to the role of project executive, helping to strengthen leadership within the company’s Water Treatment business segment and Special Projects group.

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