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Joseph H. O'Grady earns Champlain College award

Sun, 05/15/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Champlain College Professor Joseph H. OGrady was awarded the Edward Phelps Lyman Professorship in early May. "This institution has reaped the benefits of Joe's dedication to his students and to teaching," said President Roger H. Perry. O'Grady teaches human resources, business and management courses. He has taught at Champlain since 1987 and he spent three years as chairman of the Business Administration Division in the early 1990s.

Patricia P. Wood, CTFA Opens Bank Broker/Dealer Solutions,LLC

Thu, 05/12/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

Bank Broker/Dealer Solutions, LLC Specializes in providing firms with comprehensive consulting and business services.
*Organizational & Structural Assessments
*Clearing Firm Due Diligence
*Compensation and Incentive Program Analysis
*Firm Element Continuing Education Analysis and Design
*Branch and OSJ Office Reviews
*Mystery Shops
*Interagency Training

CVE funds study of Pearl Street in Essex Junction

Wed, 05/11/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

Exposition Convenes Community Study Group
To Begin Work on Pearl Street Vision Project
Saratoga Associates hired to develop proposals for village 'Gateway'
ESSEX JUNCTION - A diverse group of village officials, business owners, community members, and planners gathered recently at the Champlain Valley Exposition to explore how they want Pearl Street - the gateway to Essex Junction - to look, feel and function.

Business Roundtable survey indicates CEOs are still optimistic about economy

Tue, 05/10/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

Business Roundtable survey indicates CEOs are still optimistic about economy
South Burlington, VT -- Results for the Vermont Business Roundtable's
Second Quarter, 2005 CEO Economic Outlook Survey, show that though down
slightly from the previous quarter, business executives continue to be
very optimistic with regard to sales forecasts. At the same time,
however, projections in terms of capital spending indicate a great degree
of variability when tracked over the last six quarters. In terms of

WinCycle Has Moved

Tue, 05/10/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

WinCycle, the Windsor non-profit that refurbishes and recycles computer equipment, has moved its retail store to a new location: the Firehouse at Windsor at 147 Main Street. This new location, one flight down from street level, increases the size of our store and combines it with our recycling operation. Well be able to receive and process computer equipment in one building so there will be more for sale and more available for donation.
Business hours have also changed. We are now open Thursdays from Noon to 8pm and Saturdays from 10am to 1 pm.

International Sailing School celebrates its 25th year

Fri, 05/06/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

The INTERNATIONAL SAILING SCHOOL & CLUB has commissioned it's 25th season of excellence in sail education. Located at 511 West Lakeshore Drive in Colchester, Vermont; thousands have discovered the sport of sailing with our 2 & 5 day instructional programs. Lake Champlain is a sailor's paradise nestled between the Adirondacks & Green Mountains; Vermont's best kept secret!!

Haskin takes over at Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom

Thu, 05/05/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

Third Generation of Family Ownership Assumes Reins Waitsfield, VT A new generation takes the reins at Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom this week with the promotion of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Gregg Haskin to the position of President & Chief Executive Officer. After 50 years of managing the family owned company, Dana and Eleanor Haskin will step down from daily operations, but will remain active on the Board of Directors.

Vermont Tech President to Step Down

Wed, 04/27/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

April 28, 2005
Vermont Tech President to Step Down
RANDOLPH CENTER, Vt.Vermont Technical College President Allan Rodgers announced today his intentions to leave the college within the next year. In an all-campus meeting at noon today, Rodgers told the group that after five years leading the college it is time for new leadership to continue ongoing work to make the institution even more responsive to future state and student educational needs.

Stepping Stone/ Masiello Group Alliance Extends Regional Presence to Vermont

Wed, 04/27/2005 - 8:00pm -- tim

26th office opens in Brattleboro
BRATTLEBORO, VT (April 28, 2005) Robert Ross & David Brown, co-owners of Stepping Stone Real Estate, located at 218 Main Street in Brattleboro are pleased to announce an alliance with ERA The Masiello Group, of Keene, New Hampshire. The Masiello Group, with 26 member offices in Maine, New Hampshire and now Vermont, is the largest real estate company in Northern New England.

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