Ethan Allen Residence celebrates Lift Up & Shout Out

first_imgVermont Business Magazine When Ethan Allen Residence started their fundraising campaign to install a much-needed elevator at their holistic residential care facility in Burlington’s North End neighborhood, the task felt overwhelming. “We knew we desperately needed an elevator for our residents and we were determined to provide one,” said Administrator Mary Mougey; “We knew we needed the brains, brawn and financial support of a large team of local businesses, organizations, and individuals to make it happen and our community rose to the challenge.” After many years of hard work and patience from staff, residents, and the surrounding neighborhood, the elevator installation was finished this spring.Staff, volunteers, donors, contractors, architects, funders, residents, and their families gathered to celebrate on Ethan Allen’s beautiful patio last week. The warm weather and lush garden, managed by residents, staff, and volunteers added the perfect backdrop as guests enjoyed a large variety of delicious appetizers created by Chef David Buhl. The planning of the project took the better part of three years, and though they have received generous donations and a matching gift of $100,000 from Tony Pomerleau, they are still working to bridge the gap on an $800,000 project. “We are still working hard to raise the final $22,000, ” said Executive Director Dee Deluca. “We know together we will get there.”About Living Well Group Living Well Group is a nonprofit organization with three campuses serving more than 100 elders and their families. Living Well Group’s mission is resident-focused care for elders that promotes wellbeing within a wide range of community connections. In 2013, Living Well Group purchased Ethan Allen Residence at 1200 North Avenue in Burlington, VT. This former church is home to 39 residents from all walks of life with many stories to share. To learn more, visit: www.ethanallenresidence.org(link is external)Source: July 5, 2017, Burlington-Ethan Allen Residence VBM vermontbiz.comlast_img read more

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Meyer? Sissoko? Tottenham XI if they sign all their deadline day targets

first_img 11 Right forward: Moussa Sissoko 11 Centre forward: Harry Kane 11 Centre midfield: Eric Dier Centre back: Toby Alderweireld Left back: Danny Rose 11 11 11 Tottenham look to be making some late waves in the transfer window after a fairly quiet summer to date.So far Victor Wanyama from Southampton and Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar have been the only signings as Tottenham have actually made a profit so far this summer.There had been whispers that Spurs were looking to snare Isco from Real Madrid but that is no longer happening although they are expected to make at least one signing before the deadline.FOLLOW ALL THE DEALS AS THEY HAPPEN ON THE talkSPORT DEADLINE DAY LIVE BLOG HERENewcastle’s Moussa Sissoko and Schalke’s Max Meyer are possibilities after bids for Wilfried Zaha were rebuffed by Crystal Palace and that move appears to be dead.But if Mauricio Pochettino’s targets are signed, how could Spurs line up?Click the arrow above, right, to see their potential starting XI after the window closes. Left forward: Christian Eriksen 11 11 Right back: Kyle Walker Centre attacking midfield: Max Meyer 11 Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris – click the arrow, right, to see how Tottenham could line up this season Centre back: Jan Vertonghen 11 11 Centre midfield: Dele Alli last_img read more

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