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Middlebury Five-0: Nick Artim

Middlebury Five-0: Ruth Hardy

Middlebury Five-0: Lynn Boggs and Ron Hallman

The President/CEO and the Vice President for Public Relations of Porter
Medical Center talk about the expansive role of the organization, and the
fundamental shifts that are redefining the role of healthcare providers in
our communities - and our understanding of health itself. A tremendously
enlightening show concerning a topic of profound significance to us all.
Lynn and Ron do a fabulous job describing the challenges facing the
industry, while at the same time conveying an inspiring vision of a more
preventative, health-driven model of healthcare.

Middlebury Five-0: Dick Terk

Dick talks about his candidacy for the Middlebury Selectboard. He describes
his experience serving on the Planning Commission and working for many
years as a professional contractor overseeing a vast array of construction
projects, including some of considerable size and significance. He speaks
to how this expertise will be crucial as we contemplate moving forward with
the Downtown railway renovation project, which looks set to radically
impact the Town on every level - then goes on to share his perspective on
various fundamental issues, from taxes, to economic development to our
aging population. A great introduction to this eminently qualified
contender.

Middlebury Five-0: Pat Berry

The dynamic and exceedingly articulate Vice President of Philanthropy at
the Vermont Community Foundation talks about the core mission of the
organization, connecting compassionate and socially responsible individuals
with programs and projects that will employ the resources they have to
offer to the best possible effect. Patrick talks with fervor about the
tremendous benefit the Foundation is providing to our communities, gaining
a rich and nuanced sense of the most pressing needs and providing remedy by
funding a broad spectrum of enterprises, from the sweeping to the modest
and innovative.

Middlebury Five-0: Sarit Katzew

The bright and innovative Director of Education and Program & Outreach
Coordinator of Havurah talks about her role in the organization. Sarit
shares her enthusiastic vision for the future, providing services and a
broad array of programming to the diverse Jewish community - and
energetically building connections within the wider community. Her
expansive and welcoming view of Havurah and of Judaism is uplifting, and
her positive energy is deeply engaging.

Middlebury Five-0: Laurie Patton

The new President of Middlebury College describes her expansive role,
striving to dynamically engage with as many of the school's stakeholders as
possible, from students to faculty and staff to members of the wider
Middlebury community and beyond. Laurie's ardor for the institution - for
its innovative and enterprising pedagogical approaches and its gifted and
socially committed student body - is inspiring, and her vision of a deeply
rooted and sustainably connected establishment is exciting. Eminently
intelligent, articulate and earnest, Laurie shines in this interview as an
enriching addition to our rich hamlet.

Middlebury Five-O: Police Commendation

The Middlebury Police Department honors Kathy Laframboise for her
invaluable assistance during an incident on November 27th, 2015, at the
Commons, where a fire in one of the apartments caused residents to be
evacuated. Kathy's tremendous consideration and compassion are recognized
in this brief, but inspiring ceremony.

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