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BERLIN — Cori Gilkey, Certified Nurse-Midwife, DNP, joins Central Vermont Medical Center Women's Health. She comes from Albany, Georgia, where she practiced full-scope midwifery at Miriam Worthy Women's Health Clinic. Before that, she worked as a midwife in New Hampshire, visiting Vermont fr…

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MONTPELIER — Union Mutual Insurance Co. Board of Directors voted unanimously to elect Lisa L. Keysar as President and CEO. Keysar is the first woman to head the company since its founding in 1874. She succeeds Michael Nobles who passed away this summer.

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RANDOLPH — Vermont Small Business Development Center (VtSBDC) State Director Linda Rossi announced the appointment of Katherine Paterson as the organization’s Program Operations Analyst.

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BARRE — Capstone Community Action was selected as the 2020 recipient of the Anne and Arthur Berndt Award at the Energy Action Network Summit, held recently.

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RUTLAND — Heritage Family Credit Union CEO Matt Levandowski presented a $2,500 check to Come Alive Outside’s Director Arwen Turner and Board Chair Russ Marsan. The donation was part of a multi-year commitment to the organization as the beneficiary of Shiver Me Shamrocks 5k and fun run. The 2…

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NORTHFIELD — Heidi Passalacqua of Northfield has been promoted to the manager of residential care at Mayo Healthcare, where she will lead all aspects of care for residents and work as an interdisciplinary member of the care team. She worked at Mayo from 2010–2015, then returned to Mayo in 20…

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MONTPELIER — Prevent Child Abuse VT recently welcomed Ayeshah Raftery to the team as Director of Development. She has been a fundraiser for over 21 years, including 12 years at the Vermont Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired as Director of Development and then joining the Visit…

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MONTPELIER — Vermont Retail & Grocer Association seeks to clarify requirements of retail employees wearing masks. Retail employees are required to wear cloth face masks in the presence of other employees and all customers regardless of a translucent “sneeze guard.”

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BURLINGTON — The University of Vermont Medical Center has been honored as one of 25 hospitals to receive the Environmental Excellence award by Practice Greenhealth, a national advocate for sustainable practices in health care.