Vermont Technical College Spring Open House Is April 19
RANDOLPH CENTER, Vt- Vermont Technical College's academic programs will be showcased at a spring open house on the main Randolph Center campus on April 19.
Visitors will get the chance to learn more about the college's hands-on approach to learning at the open house from 3-6 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public. All prospective students attending the open house may enter a drawing to be held that day to win a new laptop computer.
Vermont Technical College Spring Open House Is April 19
For immediate release: April 9, 2007
Treasurer Announces New Economically Targeted Investment Program
Montpelier – Vermont State Treasurer Jeb Spaulding announced today that his office will soon be soliciting investment proposals for a new pension fund program intended to support economic and community development in Vermont. This initiative stems from a policy on economically targeted investments adopted by the Vermont Pension Investment Committee, which oversees more than $3 billion in retirement funds for Vermont teachers, state employees, and municipal employees.
PEAK RESORTS CLOSES ON PURCHASE OF MOUNT SNOW AND ATTITASH RESORTS
ST. LOUIS, MO- (April 5, 2007) - Peak Resorts announced today the completion of the purchase of Mount Snow and Attitash resorts from American Skiing Company. The sale agreement, originally announced on February 16, includes all properties and assets of Mount Snow and Attitash resorts, for a purchase price of $73.5 million. In addition, Peak Resorts assumed approximately $2 million in debt and other liabilities related to the resorts.
Woodbury College Announces New Trustees and New Additions to Administration
Montpelier, Vt. - Woodbury College President Larry Mandell announced today several important changes at the college. "We are very fortunate to have four outstanding new additions to Woodbury's team: two new Trustees, a new Director of Development, and a new Controller. The college is embarking on a very ambitious expansion to national delivery of degrees, and these additions will be key to this next stage in our evolution."
Northern Benefits - Burlington Vermont
Northern Benefits has added the services of Duncan A. Winton-CLTC, to assist individuals in preparing for Medicare Benefits. This new service includes Medicare Supplement programs, prescription drug plans and eligibility requirements for Medicare.
Please contact Duncan thru Northern Benefits to assist you with preparing for your Medicare benefits. Duncan is on the Chittenden County Alzheimer's Committee, member of Burlington Rotary and an Ambassador for the Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce.
Merriam, formerly of Northern Power Systems will be responsible for the operations of this Vermont-based solar energy integrator.
A 15-year veteran of Northern Power Systems (a subsidiary of Distributed Energy Systems), Mr. Merriam most recently held the position of Vice President of Project Management for Distributed Energy out of the Vermont based operation.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont Supports Vermont Lactation Consultants Association
Berlin, VT - Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont (BCBSVT) announced today that it will award several scholarships to a conference this month so that medical professionals may learn more about breastfeeding from nationally known experts.
The state's largest health insurer provides scholarships each year for nurses, doctors, and other professionals to attend an annual conference sponsored by the Vermont Lactation Consultants Association (VLCA).
Exterus Technology for Business, an information technology company located in Shelburne has been named a bronze sponsor for the 2007 Girls on the Run 5K Run/Walk.
Girls on the Run is an experiential program for girls in grades three through eight that combines lessons on physical, mental, and emotional development with a community service project and training for the 5K run/walk.
The 5K is the culmination of the program, and a celebration of each participant. The 5K is a non-competitive, family-friendly event where everyone is a winner!
COLCHESTER, VT.. The Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) Monday issued its approval of Green Mountain Power Corporation's (NYSE: GMP) proposed agreement and plan of merger with Northern New England Energy Corporation (NNEEC) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Northstars Merger Subsidiary Corporation. The decision is the final regulatory approval necessary for the transaction, which is expected to close in the second quarter of 2007.
The School of Small Business Practice, located on Route 100B a mile or so from I 89, Exit 9, has initiated a new incubator space program. This program provides low cost private and shared rental accommodation with high speed Internet, copier, scanning and fax accessibility for early or start-up small businesses. The program also offers learning support services crafted to match each clients early business needs.
Friday, March 30, 2007
Appoints Jon Anderson to Montpelier
Montpelier, Vt. Governor Jim
Douglas has appointed longtime Montpelier Democrat Jon
Anderson to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of longtime Montpelier representative
Francis Brooks. Brooks retired to become the State House Sergeant-at-Arms.
On May 23 and 24, business leaders from across Vermont, New England, New York and Canada will congregate at Northern New England's largest business-to-business trade show, the Vermont Business & Industry EXPO.
This 23rd annual exposition of business resources and networking opportunities will take place at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in Burlington, VT.
One of the new events this year is the KPMG / Northfield Savings Bank Business Breakfast, kicking off the two-day festivities.