CHAMBER CELEBRATES VERMONT ADULT LEARNING WITH RIBBON CUTTING

On Friday, March 30th, Vermont Adult Learning (VAL) held a grand Open House to officially announce the relocation of their Windsor County offices to a beautifully renovated new space at One Hundred River Street in Springfield. The Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce was thrilled celebrate the event with a ribbon cutting. VAL offers free services to Vermont residents who want to improve their reading, writing, math, and English language skills, prepare for the GED, or receive a high school diploma through the High School Completion Program. Their learning centers are friendly, welcoming places where you can stop in for a cup of coffee, work one-to-one with a teacher, or work independently in a computer lab. Students learn at their own pace, taking courses or working on educational projects in subjects that interest them. For information about Vermont Adult Learning services, please contact Sue Barnett, Office Manager for all Windsor County locations, at 802-546-0880.



In photo from left to right: Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce 2nd Vice President Kelen Beardsley, Pete Cherubini, Chamber Board Member Jerry Farnum, Ky Quelch, Chamber President Dan Harrington, Jay Gagnon, Cindy Fonder, Ellen Currie, Vermont Adult Learning Windsor County Regional Office Manager Sue Barnett, Chamber Vice President Amanda Moore, Chamber Director Caitlin Christiana, VAL Windsor County Regional Manager Lori Ladd Brown.

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