Green Mountain Golf tournament makes wishes come true

The Green Mountain Golf Classic, sponsored by Bond Auto Parts and supported by Great Eastern Radio and several local sponsors, marked its inaugural year on Tuesday, Aug. 26 as a benefit for Make-A-Wish® Vermont. Tournament participants enjoyed 18 rounds of golf, lunch, a heartfelt speech by a Wish mom, and raffle prizes at Barre Country… Read More »

Financial tips for newly single women

Within a marriage, a man and a woman’s financial circumstances are generally pretty much equal. But if a divorce occurs, the woman’s situation tends to be somewhat more challenging than that of her ex-spouse. And that’s why, during this major life transition, you may want to meet with a professional financial advisor to go over… Read More »

Williams qualifies for prestigious Court of the Table

Williams qualifies for prestigious Court of the Table

Antoine T. Williams of Shelburne has qualified for the exclusive Court of the Table of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), The Premier Association of Financial Professionals®, again. Williams is a six-year MDRT member and a five-time Court of the Table qualifier. Achieving Court of the Table status places Williams among the top professionals in… Read More »

Inheritance choices: what will you leave behind?

by Antoine Williams One of the most challenging aspects of planning an inheritance is that families are complicated. American families are varied throughout the country but their members tend to fall into one or more of a few broad categories. According to the Key Findings Report in the 2014 U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and… Read More »

Alzheimer’s Association kicks off Walk To End Alzheimer’s®: Local named Salute to Senior Service® award winner

Alzheimer’s Association kicks off Walk To End Alzheimer’s®: Local named Salute to Senior Service® award winner

The Alzheimer’s Association invites Vermont residents to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® on Sunday, Sept. 21 at Shelburne Museum in Shelburne. Additional community Walks are scheduled in Bennington, Brattleboro, Rutland, and Saint Johnsbury. To launch the statewide Walk season, the… Read More »

Have the time of your life at the Latin Dance Party Annual fundraiser returns Sept. 5

Have the time of your life at the Latin Dance Party  Annual fundraiser returns Sept. 5

Vermont Hands to Honduras-Tela will host a Latin Dance Party on Friday, Sept. 5 from 7-11pm at Shelburne Farms Coach Barn in support of the organization. The cost for the benefit is $30 per person and includes dancing to Rhode Island’s hottest Latin band Jesus Andujar & Grupo Sazon, salsa dance instruction, musical performances by Alejandro… Read More »

Shelburne architect leads educational facility management symposium in Bangkok

Managing Principal and Architect David Epstein, AIA, LEED AP, of TruexCullins will be a lead presenter at The International School Boards Symposium’s Facility Management Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, Aug. 30-31.  The conference is put together by Breakthrough, an organization that strives to provide professional development and training to international school board members, heads of school,… Read More »

Gadue’s begins annual “Back to School” program

Gadue’s Dry Cleaning has begun its annual “Back To School” program. “Back to School” is now in its seventh year of providing fully stocked backpacks to children in the greater Burlington area.  We find ourselves in a time when many families in our community are finding it harder and harder to provide even the basic… Read More »

Help protect your ability to save

What do you believe is the biggest threat to your ability to save for retirement, education funding or other big goals? “Job loss” probably comes to mind first, but “lack of cash flow management” should rank higher — and it’s an ongoing challenge rather than a rare event. More than just tracking your income and… Read More »

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