Shelburne resident becomes member of ACP’s Board of Regents

Shelburne resident becomes member of ACP’s Board of Regents

Shelburne resident Mark A. Levine, MD, FACP will become a member of the Board of Regents of the American College of Physicians (ACP), the national organization of internists. His term will begin during Internal Medicine 2015, the ACP annual scientific meeting in Boston, Mass., April 30-May 2. The Board of Regents is the main policy-making body […]

National Park tourism in Vermont creates $2.8 million in economic benefit New report shows visitor spending supports 35 jobs in Vermont

National Park tourism in Vermont creates $2.8 million in economic benefit New report shows visitor spending supports 35 jobs in Vermont

A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 39,086 visitors to national parks in Vermont spent $2.2 million in the state in 2014. That spending resulted in 35 jobs and had a cumulative benefit to the state economy of $2.8 million. “The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Vermont attracts visitors from across the country,” […]

New faces at Shelburne Farmers’ Market

New faces at Shelburne Farmers’ Market

There were five new vendors at the April 21 orientation meeting for the 2015 Shelburne Farmers’ Market. Left to right: Julianne and Didier Murat of Vergennes Laundry will be selling bread, pastries, ice pops, and coffee; Taylor Hutchins and Jake Mendell of Footprint Farm will be selling vegetables and flowers; Lilly Xian, Sophie Cassel and […]

LaunchVT announces contestants, Shelburne’s Cyrus Schenck in running

LaunchVT announces contestants, Shelburne’s Cyrus Schenck in running

LaunchVT, Vermont’s statewide business pitch competition announced its 2015 contestants and the addition of a new second place cash prize. Six contestants, including Shelburne’s own Cyrus Schenck and his company, Renoun, were chosen to participate in the competition which concludes with a pitch session on May 7. A new second place cash prize has been […]

Local Motion, Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition announce merger

Local Motion, Inc. and the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition, Inc. are joining forces. Interest in walking and biking is surging, and, statewide, Vermonters are surpassing national trends for people choosing to walk to work, and keeping pace with national trends for biking to work. In Burlington 6.8 percent of people already choose to bike […]

Rotarians enjoy springtime ritual at Palmer’s

Rotarians enjoy springtime ritual at Palmer’s

Charlotte Shelburne Rotary Club welcomed members, family, and friends to a Sugar on Snow Party Sunday afternoon at Palmer’s Sugarhouse on Shelburne Falls Road. It was a chance to enjoy the seasonal treat, with a donut and pickle, of course, learn about Rotary, Rotarians, and their programs that benefit the community and projects around the […]

Wake Robin receives Embracing Quality Award for second consecutive year

Wake Robin, Vermont’s leading Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), has been chosen as a recipient of Providigm’s Embracing Quality Award for the second year in a row. Providigm was created in 2007 to provide a way for nursing homes and CCRC’s to measure success under the Quality Indicator Survey process, and grants the Embracing Quality […]

Shelburne’s Marc DeSmet promoted at TruexCullins

Shelburne’s Marc DeSmet promoted at TruexCullins

Marc DeSmet of Shelburne has been named Associate at TruexCullins. He has over 17 years of experience in hospitality architecture and interior design. Previously, he served as a senior associate and project manager with Jeffrey Beers International and Rockwell Group working on projects that received numerous design awards. His current projects are: The Cliff House […]