The Arbors’ Priscilla Hurteau wins Benchmark Beacon Award

The Arbors’ Priscilla Hurteau wins Benchmark Beacon Award

Director of Business Development Priscilla Hurteau loves going to work each day at The Arbors. Hurteau was recently recognized for her work at the senior living memory care facility at the company-wide level with the Benchmark 2016 Beacon Award. Hurteau was nominated for the award after being named Service Champion at The Arbors, which is… Read More »

ZSpokes: Charlotte’s new bike shop

ZSpokes: Charlotte’s new bike shop

Zackary Macik grew up in Shelburne and got his first bike shop job at Little City Cycles in Vergennes in 1991. As he learned more and more about his craft, Macik spent time as a bike mechanic in New Zealand and Boulder, Colo., but at a certain point, it was time to come home. “I… Read More »

Beware of schemes during tax season

Beware of schemes during tax season

It’s tax season! Every year, around this time, the Internal Revenue Service publishes its dirty dozen – a list of scams criminals use to try and ferret out personal information and/or steal money. For example, if you received an email from a top executive in your company or organization requesting data from IRS form W2… Read More »

Shelburne represented at tourism summit

Shelburne represented  at tourism summit

At the annual Vermont Tourism Summit in Stowe last week, Shelburne was well represented. Left to right, Geeda Searfoorce, newly appointed communications director at Shelburne Museum; Bonnie Douglas, group tour organizer at Shelburne Museum; Rosalyn Graham, director of community relations at Shelburne Farms; and Gail Albert, co-owner and cofounder of Shelburne Vineyards. The Summit brings… Read More »

Palmer’s Sugarhouse hosts next SBPA mixer April 18

Palmer’s Sugarhouse hosts next SBPA mixer April 18

Enjoy the sweet taste of maple syrup and learn about the maple industry at Palmer’s Sugarhouse on Tuesday, April 18 from 6 to 8pm, as the Shelburne Business and Professional Association hosts its annual sugarhouse mixer. David Palmer, a long-time SBPA member, and the current sugarmaker in his family’s decades-old business, welcomes everyone to the… Read More »

O Bread: Four decades of feeding Shelburne

O Bread: Four decades of feeding Shelburne

Forty years ago, Chuck Conway and Carla Kevorkian met Alec and Marshall Webb while they were selling their bread at the Burlington Farmers’ Market. The couple had opened O Bread Bakery in Warren in 1973, but they were looking for a new location that would be less dependent on the ski industry. They came close… Read More »

Shelburne resident accepted to Independent Educational Consultants Association

Shelburne resident accepted to Independent Educational Consultants Association

Alice Lissarrague of Lissarrague College Guidance of Shelburne was accepted recently as a professional member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association. Professional membership in the association is reserved for the most capable and experienced independent educational consultants. It requires an appropriate master’s degree or comparable training, and a minimum of three years’ experience in counseling.… Read More »

Shelburne Vineyards wins another award

The Best of New England Wine Competition just announced results of their first competition, and Shelburne Vineyard’s 2015 LaCrescent earned the title of Best White Wine. LaCrescent, a richly flavored aromatic semi-dry white crafted from grapes harvested from the Shelburne Vineyard’s Shelburne and Charlotte plantings, is a hybrid grape varietal developed by cross-pollinating European with American grapes native… Read More »

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