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Gravel & Shea recently promoted litigator Dan Martin to Special Counsel and elected Real Estate Associate Jeff Polubinski and Tax and Estate Planning Attorney Livia DeMarchis to Shareholders.

Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc (Sanborn Head) is proud to announce new titles for Tim White, PG and Seth Soos, PE, effective January 1, 2020.

At the Annual Meeting of the Addison County Economic Development Corporation on November 8, 2019, the membership elected Christopher Wilson, Senior Director at Collins Aerospace to serve on the Board of Trustees. Wilson replaces Mark Bellinger, who served as a board member for seven years.

Community National Bank CEO Kathy Austin is pleased to welcome Emma Marvin to serve as a Director of the Community National Bank and Community Bancorp Boards. Marvin’s appointment to the Boards is effective as of January 1, 2020. She will serve on the Corporate Governance/Nominating Committee of the Company’s Board and the Risk Management Committee of the Bank’s Board.  

Suzanne Lynn, the Secretary of Vermont Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors, was recently presented with the Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year award. Suzanne Lynn, along with her husband, Emerson, were both recently presented with the Rotary Club’s Citizens of the Year awards.  In attendance at the recent ceremony were FCIDC director and the St.

Mercy Connections announces Leslie McCrorey Wells, co-owner of Pizzeria Verità, Trattoria Delia and Sotto Enoteca, as the 2020 recipient of the Catherine McAuley Award. Each year, Mercy Connections’ Board of Directors selects a person for this high honor who exemplifies compassionate service, leadership and commitment to building a just community.

Julia Phillips, a highly accomplished and renowned physicist who has held top leadership positions at national laboratories and scientific organizations, will serve as the University of Vermont’s first President’s Distinguished Scholar.

Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), Southeastern Vermont’s community mental-health agency, has hired Rosie Nevins-Alderfer as the new Project Director for the Windham Consortium on Substance Use (COSU).  Nevins-Alderfer previously held the position of Director of Restorative Justice Programs at Youth Services where she worked from 2015 to 2018.  Moving forward she will provide direc

The VT Welcome Wagon Project (VTWWP) is a program where new arrivals or returnees are connected with current residents, or ‘hosts' through an informal meet and greet. It provides new folks with the opportunity to learn more about the region and ask honest questions with honest answers about the ins and outs of the community---where’s the nearest laundry mat? Where do you go out to eat?

Sterling College is pleased to announce that Moxie Mehegan, of Craftsbury Common, has accepted the role of Dean of Admission & Financial Aid. Mehegan comes to Sterling from Marlboro College, where they most recently served as the Associate Director of Graduate Admissions.

Rachel Siegel, Executive Director of Peace & Justice Center in Burlington, Vermont will step down in June after seven years leading the organization the board announced on January 13.

United Way of Northwest Vermont has hired Kristin Kany and Liz Jarvis as Working Bridges Resource Coordinators and promoted Connie Beal to Working Bridges Initiative Director and Sarah Allerton to Senior Resource Coordinator. In their new roles, both Kristin and Liz will work with Working Bridges employer partners, connecting with local employees at their work sites.

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