American Meadows heads to Shelburne

American Meadows heads to Shelburne

It’s rare to find a teenager who knows exactly what he wants to do with his life, but Mike Lizotte was that teenager. At the age of 13 he started working for American Meadows in Williston, and he never left. In 2009, he bought the company. This summer, he and his business partner Ethan Platt… Read More »

Corn tortillas made the Mexican way

Corn tortillas made the Mexican way

Last month, April Moulaert and her husband Azur took a leap of faith. The two scientists made a big career change by opening the Vermont Tortilla Company at the Vermont Artisan Village in Shelburne. The couple already have several wholesale accounts, and they open their doors to retail customers every Wednesday afternoon. April Moulaert is… Read More »

Douglas Sweets moves to Shelburne

Douglas Sweets moves to Shelburne

Debra Townsend’s mother, Hannah Douglas, came to the United States from Scotland and despaired when she was unable to find good Scottish shortbread in the states. Eventually she came up with her own recipe, which she passed down to her daughter. Townsend taught the recipe to her own daughter, also Hannah, who became the family… Read More »

Shelburne Speech Language Pathologist joins Stern Center

Shelburne Speech Language Pathologist joins Stern Center

The Stern Center for Language and Learning in Williston has hired Karen Rodgers to join their team of licensed and certified speech language pathologists (SLPs). Rodgers has over 12 years of experience in the field and was most recently employed as an SLP for Easter Seals, where she provided speech language pathology and feeding services for… Read More »

State of Vermont auction of surplus state vehicles this Saturday, May 7

Looking for a great deal on state dump trucks, plow trucks, pick-up trucks, police cruisers, fleet passenger vehicles, cargo vans, box trucks, boats, four wheelers, snowmobiles, kayaks, riding mowers, tools, tires, generators and miscellaneous parts? The Department of Buildings and General Services will be auctioning a large assortment of state vehicles and equipment to the… Read More »

Local architect wins Green Building Award

Local architect wins Green Building Award

The architects of Pill–Maharam, a Shelburne-based firm, received the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) award for the Greenest Commercial Building; Deep Energy Retrofit for their offices on Falls Road. The project also received the People’s Choice Award which was voted on by those who attended the gala event at Main Street Landing. This is not… Read More »

Lustberg earns financial credentials

Lustberg earns financial credentials

Lori Lustberg of Lori Lustberg, Esq. LLC, in Shelburne, Vermont, recently earned both the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation as well as the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF) credential. Lustberg is a mediator, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and non-practicing attorney.  She specializes in helping individuals and couples going through divorce reach amicable, out-of-court settlements… Read More »

Cricket Radio: A Shelburne business evolves

Cricket Radio: A Shelburne business evolves

Elizabeth Archangeli had a shoe and clothing making business in Indonesia when she decided it was time to do something else. After taking a print-making class at Burlington City Arts, she opened a T-shirt printing business in 2012. “I was listening to the radio and heard an etymologist talk about the noise crickets make at… Read More »

SBPA Mixer at Palmer’s Sugarhouse April 29

SBPA Mixer at Palmer’s Sugarhouse April 29

Meet and network with fellow members of the Shelburne Business and Professional Association for sharing information, spreading the word about services you provide or need. SBPA will hold a mixer for members (and any businesses in town that are interested in becoming members) at Palmer’s Sugarhouse on Friday, April 29 from 6:30 to 8:00pm. SBPA… Read More »

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