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Steven R. Gordon, President and CEO of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH), received the 2019 Community Service Award from the Community College of Vermont (CCV) during the college’s 52nd commencement ceremony on June 1, 2019.

The Vermont International Film Festival is very pleased to announce the 2019 VTIFF Community Champion Award. This is the third year of this prestigious award given to a person who has significantly contributed and impacted film culture in Vermont.

The Award ceremony will take place at a private reception in the home of VTIFF Board member Kevin Meehan in South Burlington.

C2 (Competitive Computing), a leading Vermont technology consulting firm is excited to announce the following additions to their team: Jeff Snyder, Systems Engineer and Steven Choinski, Inside Sales Representative.

Francine “Fran” T Bazluke, former vice president and general counsel at the University of Vermont, will be honored with the National Association of College and University Attorney (NACUA) 2019 Life Membership Award, granted after an individual's retirement from the regular practice of higher education law, in recognition of outstanding service and substantial contributions to the association.

Hunger Free Vermont, Vermont’s leading anti-hunger organization working to end the injustice of hunger and malnutrition for all Vermonters, announced today the election of Erin Miller Heins, attorney and partner at Langrock Sperry & Wool, LLP, to the organization’s Board of Directors.

The BTV Ignite Board of Directors, in partnership with The Lake Champlain Regional Chamber, is pleased to announce that Adam Roof has been hired to lead the coordination of BTV Ignite.  BTV Ignite is a consortium of local companies and city departments – including People’s United Bank, UVMMC, UVM’s Office of the VP for Research, Burlington Telecom, Burlington Electric Department, the Innovation

As more people around the world explore polyamory — being in multiple consensual, intimate relationships — as an alternative to monogamy, a Northern Vermont University-Johnson professor has conducted related, seminal research on a Paris Facebook group. Anthropology professor Janet Bennion presented her findings at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI) in Paris this month.

Mack Molding has announced a significant wave of hiring, including new talent in manufacturing, engineering, human resources and customer management. "The boon of U.S. manufacturing continues to benefit Mack," said Mack Molding President Jeff Somple, "and our efforts have never been stronger to attract top talent to help us deliver on Mack's mission of Total Customer Satisfaction.

New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) has announced the winners of its 2019 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Scholarships. Three scholarships of $3,000 each were awarded. This year’s winners are: Alicia Tanneberger will be a senior at the University of Vermont this fall and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering. She is from St.

Save the Children, the first global movement for children, has named Let’s Grow Kids CEO Aly Richards as a Changemaker for Children.

Main Street Alliance of Vermont (MSA-VT) held their fifth anniversary celebration at the Alchemist Brewery on Sunday night where they presented Representative Robin Scheu of Middlebury the 2019 Legislator of the Year Award.

Polli Properties at KW VT is excited to bring the talents of Hannah Miele to the real estate team as an Agent. Miele joins a team that is headed by Elise Polli, one of the top real estate agents at Keller Williams Vermont.

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