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Will Gardner has been homebrewing for nearly a decade and was the Head Brewer at a popular Bennington, Vermont Brew Pub for 5 years. He has won awards for what goes inside the bottle/can, 2018 Great International Beer Competition 1st Place & 2nd Place awards and 2 Silver Medals at the Beer Wars 2018 competition, but this is a first for what goes on the outside.

The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNAHSR)  has named Marc Miele the Community Liaison for Bennington and Rutland Counties.  Marc will focus on building and growing the agency by developing solid referral relationships and building collaborative partnerships with other healthcare organizations.  Marc will play a key role in the agency’s efforts to support referring partners and thei

John Abry with RE/MAX North Professionals has earned the nationally recognized Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification.

At its annual meeting, the Lund Board of Directors approved a new slate of officers effective July 1st. The Board also approved a balanced fiscal 21 budget and commended the Agency on its continuation of client services during COVID-19.

Norwich University is pleased to announce that Lt. Col. Daniel Daoust, (U.S. Army, Ret.), has been appointed director of the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies’ (CGCS) Norwich Pro organization effective June 1, 2020. Norwich Pro offers online professional development courses and certificates in high-demand skill sets.

The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNAHSR) is pleased to announce this year’s Employee of the Year and HEALTH Matters Award Winners. Thirty-eight employees were recognized for years of service including Sharon Davis, Utilization Review Specialist for 35 years of service. Davis was also recognized as the VNAHSR’s Employee of the Year.

University of Vermont Geography professor Lesley-Ann L Dupigny-Giroux, PhD, the Vermont State Climatologist, has been elected to serve a two-year term as the president of the American Association of State Climatologists.

TCE welcomed Brett McCreary, E.I. to our Engineering Team at TCE earlier this year.  Brett was an intern for TCE in 2017 and 2018 and then after graduating from UVM in 2019 worked for EIV Technical Services doing roadway inspection work for the Downtown Waterbury Reconstruction Road Project.

TCE welcomed Gerald Stockman, LLS in late May, and he has taken over managing the survey department while Mark Day oversees our entire Field Services Division which includes both TCE Survey and Vermont Underground Locators.  Gerald has extensive experience in surveying, is a licensed VT LS, a UAS drone pilot, a Paul Smith’s grad, and lives in Jericho VT.

Daniel Boone Meeden joined TCE in early May and has become an integral part of our Septic Design Team within the Engineering Department. Daniel prefers to be called by his unique middle name “Boone” and comes to TCE from Manchester, NH where he worked for Meridian Land Services for several years designing and permitting septic systems.

Ledyard National Bank is pleased to welcome Joe Scearbo as an Assistant Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager in their Commercial Banking Division. In this position, Joe will be responsible for strengthening and growing commercial client relationships in the Upper Valley and surrounding area.

Members of the Rutland Area Medical Community recently awarded six $1,250 scholarships to local students pursuing a career in healthcare. The scholarship program has been made possible through the generosity of Rutland area physicians, retired physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.

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