Archive | April, 2019

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Spring Greetings From Mary

Hello Chamber Members and Friends! I know we are all thankful the sun is out, and Spring is right around the corner…I think. We are very excited about all that is going on here at the Chamber as we get ready for the Annual Business Show, Chamber Golf Classic and the third FACES of the […]

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Rutland Appliance..New Name…Same Great Store

Rutland Appliance and Parts (formerly Appliance Depot) offers new, reconditioned and scratch and dent appliances at great prices.  At Rutland Appliances, they have a great selection of home appliances and take the time to help customers find the very best ones. From helping you choose the right appliances to installing them in your home, they do […]

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Proctor – The Market on West Street

The Market on West Street will open soon at 36 West Street in Proctor.  Chris & Jennifer Curtis purchased the property (formerly West Street Market) in April 2018 at auction.  Chris’ father grew up in Proctor and his mother in Florence, they moved the family to Connecticut, but Chris spent time as a child visiting […]

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Welcome Adaptive Martial Arts Association

The Adaptive Martial Arts Association (AMAA) is the nation’s leading resource for adaptive martial arts training information and support. It is a 501c3 non-profit organization, founded by Jason “The Animal” Davis, an adaptive martial artist born with Cerebral Palsy. The AMAA is a Vermont based organization providing training, information and support for instructors, adaptive students […]

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April Message From Chris Shaddock

I Believe…  I believe we have, we are, and we can continue to make a positive impact on the Rutland Region. The difference being made is county wide. It’s people, just like you, that are coming together to help, support and share the good being done in the Rutland Region…  I believe that every state […]

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Workers Comp Corner April 2019

  Understanding Misclassification, Miscoding & Fraud Employers who comply with the state’s labor laws should not be put at a competitive disadvantage by businesses that do not adequately insure their employees. This is why the Department takes seriously accusations of misclassification, miscoding, and fraud committed by employers doing business in Vermont. A team of trained […]

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