Annual Report 2017


Robin Turnau

A Note From VPR’s President

Dear VPR Supporter,

It would be an understatement to say 2017 was a tumultuous year: at times, it felt like 365 days of constant breaking news alerts, challenging conversations and conflict. It was also a year of evolution for news organizations – including VPR – as we adjusted to a new reality where attacks on the media became common and the need for deep, trustworthy reporting seems more important than ever.

Here at VPR, 2017 strengthened our resolve. We were reminded that what we offer to our community is unique and essential. The commitment and loyalty we experienced from our supporters fueled a dedication to our mission to provide independent, fact-based journalism while also delivering music that provides the emotional space for us to breathe and process the realities of our time.

In spite of the uncertainty and transition all around us, 2017 was one of VPR’s most successful years in its 40-year history. We won national awards for multimedia journalism, completed the $10M VPR Next Capital Campaign and saw record support from our members and business underwriters. Read on to learn more about VPR in 2017.

VPR’s incredibly strong position is one of the reasons I felt the timing was right to step down from the position of President & CEO next month to start a new chapter of my career. The VPR Board of Directors has appointed Scott Finn as VPR’s next CEO, and I am confident he will lead VPR to thrive well into the future.

It has been a true privilege to lead VPR over the past nine years. Thank you for putting your trust in me and in VPR, and for ensuring that the important role that VPR plays in creating an informed public and an engaged community can continue to be as strong as possible now and for future generations.

Most sincerely,

Robin Turnau
VPR President & CEO

VPR provides an essential and trusted independent voice for news, information, music and cultural exploration for the people of our region.


Fiscal Year: October 1, 2016 – September 30, 2017. Click here to review VPR’s audited financial statements.


Membership & Individual Giving$4,807,121$4,539,161
Donated Goods & Services$931,731$898,328
Corporation For Public Broadcasting$835,592$768,364
Investment Income$230,456$418,585
Telecasting, Production & Other$143,379$130,218
Contribution - Operating$18,293$23,328
Restricted Donations$249,822$103,925
TOTAL REVENUES*$9,483,088$8,928,188

Membership & Individual Giving
Donated Good & Services
Corporation For Public Broadcasting
Investment Income Used For Operations
Telecasting, Production, Other
Contribution – Operating
Restricted Donations

*In addition to the revenue generated by and used in operations, described above, VPR receives bequests and contributions designated by the donors for specific programs. Depending on the performance of the financial markets, VPR may also report income or loss on its endowment investments. Please see VPR’s audited financial statements for more detail.


Programming & Services$6,611,909$6,287,283
Fundraising & Development$1,346,072$1,210,040
Management & Administration$1,488,025$1,353,472
TOAL EXPENSES*$9,446,006$8,850,795

Programming & Services

Fundraising & Development

Management & Administration

*excludes depreciation expense

10-year Membership Trend

Membership Chart

VPR 2017 membership

In FY17, 28,277 donors invested more than $4,807,121 in VPR’s programming and services.


Who We Serve



(Source: *Nielsen Audio Fall 2017 National Regional Database, Persons 12+ M-Su 6a-12m)

and Apps Visitors


Listeners Streaming VPR per month


Broadcast Stations


People Who Can Tune To VPR Stations At Home*

1.76 Million

* In the U.S.

What We Do



Hours of Locally-Hosted Music Per Week


Hours of Local Public Affairs Programming Per Week


Live Performances in 2017


Locally-Produced Programs, Podcasts, and Segments




As FY17 began, VPR had adopted a new strategic plan with a vision “to explore the whole Vermont story, together.” The plan set out several initiatives for the station in the coming years, including financial sustainability, innovation in news and enterprise reporting, channeling inspiration into support for public media, using VPR facilities to expand the dimension of our public service, and communication and collaboration to create meaningful relationships with our audience and community.


VPR celebrated its 40th anniversary in August 2017, sharing a month of memories and moments that have defined four decades of public service. We capped off the celebration with a block party on September 9, opening our doors to more than 800 listeners. The event featured NPR guests, tours, food trucks, live music and wonderful conversations with members of our community.


VPR met its $10M goal for the VPR Next Capital Campaign in June, which is paving the way for a vibrant future for VPR. Our expanded headquarters have allowed our news, Vermont Edition and digital teams to work together in one collaborative space, and have provided a public gathering space for live events and performances. The campaign also helped establish an Innovation Fund to provide seed money for new ideas including our new investigative and podcast desks.


Brave Little State is VPR’s monthly podcast where listeners ask the questions and vote on what VPR will cover. In 2017, Brave Little State investigated, among others, what can be done about Vermont’s aging sewer systems, what it’s like to be a migrant worker in Vermont, and how Vermont’s citizen legislature works. One episode drew especially strong interest – the history of Vermont’s whiteness and stories from people of color about what it’s like to live here. The episode resulted in thousands of downloads since it was released, and was featured on NPR One and the New England News Collaborative weekly program Next.


Is it ever okay to break a rule? Why are there so many different languages? How are babies made? And why do flamingos stand on one leg? That’s just a handful of questions tackled in 2017 by But Why, VPR’s podcast for curious kids. For the bi-weekly podcast, kids are invited to record and send their questions, and Host Jane Lindholm and Producer Melody Bodette seek out the answers. To date, But Why has received questions from kids in 47 states and Washington, D.C., and 30 countries.


A podcast exploring the status of Abenaki Native Americans in Vermont and a video that uses Legos to explain the Iowa caucus, and breaking news coverage of the Northeast Kingdom EB-5 scandal won Vermont Public Radio three national journalism awards in 2017. These awards not only demonstrate VPR’s depth in breadth as a news organization, but highlights its shift from being purely a radio station becoming a multi-media organization.


Early in 2017, a new era began in state government when the new Legislature convened, new leadership took over the House and Senate, and a new governor and lieutenant governor were sworn in. Vermont Edition was there for live broadcasts of these moments. VPR carried live the farewell address by former Gov. Peter Shumlin, the inauguration of Governor Phil Scott and the new governor’s budget address. In addition, Vermont Edition offered insight into the new office-holders with live interviews with the new House speaker and the new Senate president. As in previous years, VPR made the proceedings available through the live-streaming from the Statehouse.


In late 2016, VPR’s Nina Keck reported extensively on a plan for Rutland to welcome Syrian refugees to their community. First planned for up to 100 individuals, the resettlement faced controversy, and ultimately several families actually moved into Rutland. In early 2017, Keck spent a week in Jordan to report on what life is like for the Syrian refugees awaiting resettlement, the process they have to go through and the impact they’re having on their host country.


VPR and the New England News Collaborative reported extensively on immigration issues in 2017, from the resettlement of Syrian families in Rutland, to what it’s like to be a migrant worker in Vermont, to surges in illegal crossings into Canada. As VPR reported, one illegal border crossing area was so popular among immigrants seeking asylum that all taxis in Champlain, N.Y., know it by name. VPR visited the scene and told the story of one woman’s voluntary arrest as she crossed the border into Canada with her infant child and was immediately taken into custody by the Canadian Police.


In March 2017 Vermont Edition dedicated a full week of programming to mental health care, and the ways that mental health can have far-reaching consequences for our personal lives and public policy. The programs covered the psychiatric crisis in hospital emergency rooms, the stigma and discrimination around mental illness, how kids cope with illness, the role of caregivers and family impact, and proposed legislation to address mental health care in Vermont. The series elicited personal stories and in-depth discussion from guests and from our audience.


A multi-platform project on Vermont gun deaths revealed that 420 people died from gunshot wounds in Vermont from 2011-2016. VPR examined the data from every recorded gun death over six years and provided insight into the issue in the project “Gunshots.” The project included a complete data set, reported stories online and on air, and a discussion on Vermont Edition. Each of the 420 entries in the database represents a real person with a unique story. Viewing the database as a whole made it possible to see patterns and better understand how different parts of Vermont’s population are affected by gun deaths.


With Vermont agriculture in a period of transition, VPR produced seven related pieces last summer on the future of farming in the state. Farmers are aging, but that’s opening the door for a new generation of younger farmers. And dairy, which anchors the farm economy, faces steep challenges, while the Vermont brand is as strong as ever, spurring products ranging from goat milk caramels to farm-to-bottle vodka. VPR took a deep dive into its agricultural economy and spoke with the people who wake up early every day to try to make their living off the land.


Live from the Fort is VPR’s live performance series, and Vermont’s source for local music discovery. The series celebrates local artists and features live performances by artists of all genres, on video, audio, broadcast or on-demand. In 2017 we featured 11 bands including Wooden Dinosaur, Gang Of Thieves, Emma Cook & Questionable Company, and the Chad Hollister Band. Several shows were recorded with a live audience in VPR’s new Stetson Studio One.


World-renowned pianist Simone Dinnerstein gave a live performance in Stetson Studio One on VPR’s new VPR Steinway concert grand piano. Ms. Dinnerstein helped select the piano, which was donated to VPR. Dinnerstein performed works from Philip Glass and Franz Schubert, and discussed working with young musicians and selecting the right instrument.


VPR Classical broadcast live the first concert of the 2017 Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival’s 9th season in August. Hosted by VPR Classical’s Walter Parker and Linda Radtke, the program traced the lineage of the great Germanic tradition from Bach through Beethoven, Brahms, the Second Viennese School of Berg, and through to the American composer Leon Kirchner.


If laughter is the best medicine, Car Talk on Saturday mornings was our tonic for the weeks’ stresses and the world’s woes. From brakes, ignitions and fuel pumps to mysterious noises and smells, to romance and parenting, Tom and Ray Magliozzi shared wisdom and laughter every Saturday morning for 30 years. In 2017 we said farewell to this beloved and iconic program as it ended production.


VPR collaborated with the Vermont Foodbank again in 2017 on Giving Tuesday. The one-day campaign helped raise important funds for public media in Vermont while also helping to serve the mission of the Vermont Foodbank. Over a 24-hour period, VPR heard from 1,829 contributors, which resulted in 27,435 meals to Vermonters in need, thanks to two generous individuals in Burlington and Shelburne.


VPR has won more than 90 awards over the last decade for news coverage, programming, website, fundraising, workplace and overall excellence.

Vermont Public Radio and its staff received significant industry recognition in 2017, including three national journalism awards.

National Edward R. Murrow Awards

Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

Vermont Public Radio won five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) for investigative reporting, excellence in video, excellence in innovation, best news documentary and excellence in social media.

Gracie Award

Vermont Edition was recognized in the Talk Show – Local, Non-Commercial category for its 2016 program, “Ladies, Let’s Talk.”  The Gracies are presented by the Alliance For Women In Media and honor outstanding national and local work created for women, by women, and about women.

Efficiency Vermont Best Of The Best Awards

VPR’s facility expansion and renovation project at our Colchester headquarters was awarded Efficiency Vermont’s Best of the Best Award for commercial new construction. The awards recognize innovative and integrated design approaches for energy efficiency in Vermont’s commercial and residential buildings.

Best Places To Work In Vermont

Vermont Public Radio was named one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Vermont by Vermont Business Magazine and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce.

Seven Daysie Award for Best Radio Station

Each year, readers of the Burlington-based Seven Days weekly paper pick their favorite restaurants, artists, stores, festivals, journalists, personalities, and media in the area where Seven Days is delivered. 2017 was the 10th consecutive year that Vermont Public Radio has been voted Best Radio Station.


Ted Adler
Burlington, VT

Dawn Andrews
Cabot, VT

Charlie Browne – Vice Chair
Barnet, VT

Stan Fishkin
Chittenden, VT

Elizabeth Glenshaw
Lyme, NH

Garrett Graff
Burlington, VT

Wayne Granquist
Weston, VT

Joyce Judy
Waterbury, VT

Charlie Kireker
Weybridge, VT

Ellen McCulloch-Lovell
Montpelier, VT

Scott McArdle – Secretary
Starksboro, VT

Nicole Ravlin
Shelburne, VT

Willemien Dingemans Miller
Norwich, VT

Brad Robertson
Essex, VT

Andrea Rogers
Burlington, VT

Steven Swayne
Quechee, VT

Peggy Williams – Chair
Johnson, VT

Bob Young – Treasurer
Proctor, VT

Robin Turnau
VPR President & CEO

Colchester, VT

Learn more about VPR’s Board Of Directors, including a schedule of upcoming meetings.
Special thanks to Nancy Rowden Brock and Marsha Fonteyn for their service on the VPR Board of Directors.


Robin Turnau, President & Chief Executive Officer
John Van Hoesen, Senior Vice President & Chief Content Officer
Joe Tymecki, Chief Technology Officer
Nancy Rowden Brock, Interim VP for Finance & Administration/CFO
Brendan Kinney, Vice President of Development & Marketing
Chris Cummings, Controller
Anthony Scattaglia, Executive Coordinator
Heather Dieringer, Strategic Plan and Project Manager
Laura Schoenfeld, Staff Accountant
Lisa Larivee, Human Resources Support
Lesli Blount, Director of Corporate Support
Tamika Davis, Director of Individual Giving
Bryant Denton, Announcer & Development Services Associate
Gail England, Senior Corporate Support Associate
Cody Fiala, Manager of Development Services
Leanne Klyza-Linck, Manager of Philanthropic Giving
Haley Labonte-Davey, Corporate Support Associate
Jean Murphy, Sustaining Membership Coordinator
Francesca Orsini, Development Services Coordinator
Michelle Owens, Manager of Marketing & Communications
Will Pearson, Corporate Support Associate
Ty Robertson, Coordinator of Community Engagement
Anna Ste. Marie, Audience Services Associate
Emily Alfin Johnson, Senior Producer, Digital Creation
Sarah Ashworth, Director Of News
Melody Bodette, Morning Edition Producer
Ric Cengeri, Vermont Edition Producer
Liam Elder-Connors, Burlington Reporter
Emily Corwin, Investigative Reporter/Editor
John Dillon, Senior Reporter
Henry Epp, All Things Considered Host/Reporter
Sam Gale Rosen, Vermont Edition Managing Editor
Peter Hirschfeld, Capital Bureau Reporter
Nina Keck, Correspondent
Bob Kinzel, Senior Reporter/Vermont Edition Host
Amy Kolb Noyes, Public Post Reporter/Producer
Jane Lindholm, Vermont Edition Host
Meg Malone, Digital Producer
Lynne McCrea, Special Projects Producer/Reporter
Betty Smith, Commentary Series Producer
Matthew Smith, Vermont Edition Producer
Howard Weiss-Tisman, Southern Vermont Reporter
Mitch Wertlieb, Morning Edition Host/Reporter
Jonathan Butler, Director of Digital ServicesAngela Evancie, Managing Editor of PodcastsNoah Villamarin-Cutter, Digital Services Specialist
Kari Anderson, Director of VPR Music
Reuben Jackson, Friday Night Jazz Host
Joel Najman, My Place Host/Producer
Walter Parker, VPR Classical Senior Music Host/Producer
Linda Radtke, VPR Choral Hour Host
James Stewart, VPR Classical Host/Producer
Robert Resnik, All The Traditions Host/Producer
Chris Albertine, Chief Production Engineer
Franny Bastian, Director of Programming & Production
John Billingsley, Production Engineer
Peter Engisch, Audio Engineer
Scott Esmond, Production Engineer
Jake Rusnock, Producer/Announcer
Mary Williams, Senior Producer
Bryant Denton, Announcer & Development Services Associate
Liz Fullerton, Operations Specialist/Announcer
Aaron Kimball, Announcer
Mary Carol Maganzini, Announcer
Annalise Shelmandine, Announcer
Victoria St. John, Director of Operations
Frank Alwine, Broadcast Engineer - Studio
Richard Dana, Broadcast Engineer - Transmitter
Todd Mallory, IT Specialist
Brian Marshall, Broadcast Engineer - Transmitter
Kira Parker, Broadcast Engineer - Transmitter
Mike Seguin, Broadcast Engineer - Studio
Chris Bohannon, Facilities & Safety AssistantLaurie Kigonya, Director of Facilities & Sustainability


2017 Producers Circle

October 1, 2016 – December 31, 2017

Thanks to everyone who made unrestricted gifts* to VPR in 2017 in support of our operations; we wish we could list every one of our thousands of members in this report! Please accept our sincere thanks for your support and passion for Vermont Public Radio.

Donna and Jake CarpenterThe Byrne FoundationTom Johnson and Ina Smith
Anonymous (4)
The Argosy Foundation
Rev. and Mrs. C. Frederick Buechner
Charles and Marie Kireker
Lake Family Foundation
Elisabeth Russell
Anonymous (9)
The Abraham Fuchsberg Family Foundation
Marlene and Philip Allen
Powell Foundation
Irene Bareau
Judith and Edward Becker
Wayne and Deborah Granquist
Elizabeth Skarie and Jerry Greenfield
Sue and Charlie Grigg
Mrs. Serena Hatch
Stephen and Paula Johnson
Sally P. Johnson
Bonnie Knight
Andrea Rogers and Avery Hall
Frank and Brinna Sands
Peter and Margie Stern
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Robert and Victoria Young
Anonymous (7)
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John Canning
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Margaret Eaton and Ron Yara
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Dr. Douglas Gentile
Sarah Heil & Andrew Goodwin
George Jolly
Michael Jordan
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Restoration and Performance Motor Cars
Kathy Metcalfe and Langdon Wheeler
Professor Melvin T. Tyree and Ms. Charleen P. Miles
Mark and Marilyn Neagley
Jane Pincus
Faith and Tim Rushford
Ann Louise Santos and David Santos
Schatz Family Foundation
Lynn and Gary Schwartz
Bruce and Lillian Venner
Julie Vigdor
John Walz
Katherine Webster
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weiss
Mr. David Wilkens and Mrs. Molly Pindell
John and Mary Wilson
William and Joanna Wright
Kit Gates and Mark Yorra
Anonymous (51)
Hannah Abrams
Jennifer and David Adsit
Robert and Lee Albern
Bob and Karen Allen
Briar Alpert and Susan Vigsnes
Gisela and Adam Alpert
Julia Alvarez and Bill Eichner
Mr. Kris Anderson
Sandra Anderson and Reeve Williams
Benjamin Anderson-Ray and Susan Anderson-Ray
Dawn K. Andrews
Don and Cheryl Appe
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Linda M. Ayer
Marta Bach
Mimi Baird
Lauren and Gary Baker
James Bandler
Emily Barrett
Margaret Bartholomew
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Ms. Jane A. Belcher and Mr. Robert Clark
Dr. Eric Benz and Hannah Benz
Eileen Blackwood and Lynn Goyette
Mr. Adam Bluestein and Ila Abramson
Catherine Bock
Rita Ramirez and Thomas Bodett
Dr. Carol Boerner
Lindsey Bolger and Alec Brecher
David L. Borgendale
Robert Botjer
Roger Bourassa
Joseph and Dale Boutin
Kitty Boyan
John T. Braun
Ross Brewer
Nancy and David Bridges
Barbara Bristol
Steve and Laurie Brittain
Mr. Geoffrey S. Brown
Robert R. Bruce and Kathryn J. Stearns
Thomas Buck and Pamela Moreau
Michael L. Burak
Bruce and Suzanne Byers
Mr. Paul Calter
Stephen canon
Rogers-Carroll Family Foundation
Dr. Cara Cassino
Martha Cavanaugh and Edward Vilandrie
Mark and Jamie Charlson
William Chester
Dennis and Deborah Chevalier
Mrs. Ela A. Cluthe
Mark Cohen
Robert Coleburn
Julie Collins
Charlie Kittredge and Susan Cooke Kittredge
Virginia L. Coolidge
Nina Keck and Seth Coombs
Dean and Cathy Corcoran
April Cornell and Basil Stetson
Constance and Lewis Counts
Tim Cowles
Michael Cox
Timothy Crowell and Patricia Sabalis
Nancy Curtis
Justin and Heidi Cutroni
Laura and Barry Dagan
Richard A. and Kathleen Damon
Hope Damon and George Chait
Mrs. Dorothy Danforth
Lisa Darden
Nils Daulaire and Mary Taylor
Ms. Molly Davies
Jake Davis
Staige Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dickson Davis
Christopher and Becky Dayton
Ted DeBonis
Douglas and Sharon Dennett
Francis and Carol DeVine
Theresa Alberghini DiPalma and Robert DiPalma
Eugene Dixon
Eivind and Gwenn Djupedal
Jameson and Joan Doig
Frank and Ducky Donath
Janet Dooley and Thomas Frank
Jerry and Martha Doolittle
Audrey Duane
William and Kathy Dudley
Frank Duffy
Christine Dunbar
John L Dunn
Susan Dunning
Maria Dunton and Peter Hall
Chiuho Duval
David M. Green and Margaret F. Edwards
Dana and Michael Engel
Nancy Ewen
Hasso Ewing
Maxie Ewins
Hany Farid
Deirdre Farley
David Farrington
John and Rachi Farrow
Charles and Charlotte Faulkner
Frank Fekete
Dr. Elliott Fisher and Nan Cochran
Nancy Marshall and Stanley Fishkin
Nina Fite
Leverett Flint
Peter and Jeanne Floeckher
David G. Floyd and Jane Corbett-Floyd
Patricia M. Fontaine
Paul and Marsha Fonteyn
Dover Robinson Ford
Jill Fox
Robert and Katherine Fox
Joseph and Cathy Frank
Michael and Melody Frank
Barbara and Ivor Freeman
Mark Freudenberger
Mary Gade
Sarah Galloway
Joan Gamble and Chip Paison
Barbara Ganley and Bill Roper
Ysabella Gara
Judy Geer and Dick Dreissigacker
Carol and George Gibson
Reg and Joan Gignoux
Constance GistGuindo
Jacob and Caitlin Glaser
Michael Gleason
Elizabeth and Peter Glenshaw
The Glowa-Kollisch Family
The Golodetz Family
Natalie and Wallace Good
Patricia Goodrich
Eric Gorman and Laura Schned
Mary and Stephen Gorman
Bill Gottesman and Debra Lopez
Mrs. Jonna Goulding and Mr. Marc Coxon
Kirthi and Vijay Govindarajan
Garrett M. Graff and Katherine Birrow
Chris and Nancy Graff
Tom and Rosalyn Graham
Barrett Grimm
Kathy and Gary Grise
Douglas Griswold and Lori Rowe
Eileen and Paul Growald
Marshall and Lou Guill
John Hagen
John and Rheba Haley
Dr. Kent Hall
Michael Hamilton
Scott Hammond
Susan Hanson
Eric Hanson
Martin and Rosie Segal
Ray Harwick
Norma Hathaway
Judith Hayward
Joseph Helble and Rebecca Dabora
Ms. Jessica W. Heller and Eric Evans
Dr. Charles Henry and Nancy Todd
Nancy Herman and Ted Winfield
John and Stella Herpel
Jodi Breckenridge Hilker and Manfred Hilker
Mr. and Mrs. David D. Hindle
Earl and Polly Hoffman
Tracy Holden
Deming and Romer Holleran
Mary L Holmes
Dr. Richard Hong
Gerald and Virginia Hornung
William Howard
Kathy Hoyt
James Hughes
Susan Hunter
Fred Hutchins and Maree Gaetani
Thomas Hyde
David and Eleanor Ignat
Charles and Lauren Irvin
Penrose and Schuyler Jackson
Janine and Paul Jacobs
Suzanne Jern
Marilyn Johnson
Catherine Johnston
Francis Jones
David Jones
Joseph Ribkoff, Inc.
Hank and Josie Kaestner
Wolf and Emily Kahn
Johanna Kebabian
Clarke and Cathie Keenan
Louise M. Kelly
Paul L. Kendall and Sharon Rives
Donald Kent and Martha Kent
Ann D. Kent
Ms. Christena Keon Sirsly
John and Jen Kimmich
Gregory King and Sharon Cotterell
Brendan Kinney and Mary Brodsky
Liisa Kissel
Spencer Knapp and Barbara Cory
Monica Knorr and Steven Sinding
Carlie and David Krolick
Amy and Kevin Kuzio
Donald and Allyson Laackman
Charles Lacy and Gaye Symington
Ms. Jessica Lahey
Jane Lancaster
Joann and Peter Langrock
Joshua Levy and Pam Magnuson
Kim and John Likakis
Reeve Lindbergh
Stephanie Lorentz
Christopher W. Lovell and Ellen McCulloch-Lovell
Dr. Martin Luloff
Betsy MacIsaac and Bob Goldberg
Emily and Stephen Magowan
Neal Mahutte
Francie Marbury
Theodore Marcy and Kimberly Hornung-Marcy
Susan T. Fiske and Douglas S. Massey
Dr. Grace Ma-Steenbergen
Mr. Page McConnel
Drs. Stephen Plume and Martha McDaniel
Winifred McDowell
Richard McGaw
Barbara McGrew
Holly McKenzie and Robert Martin
Martha and Joe McSherry
Joe and Suzanne Medlicott
John and Millie Merrill
The Metz Family
Henry and Deborah Metzger
Linda Michelsen
Kathryn Milillo and Robert Stein
Dr. K. Tyler Miller
Michael and Jeanne Baer Miller
Brett Millier and Karl Lindholm
Lowell and Sandra Mintz
In Memory of Dr. James Mithoefer
Corb Moister, Jr.
Robert and Toni Monsey
Richard and Susan Moore
Leon and Frances Morsillo
Radetta Nemcosky in memory of Ron Nemcosky
Jack Neuhauser
David Newhouse
Dr. Lisa H. Newton
Stephen Nissenbaum and Dona Brown
Dr. Gavin Noble
Sean O'Brien
Laura Olsen and Mari Omland
Lisa L. Osterland
David Otto
P.G. Adams
Judy Palfrey
James Palmer
John A. Pane and Elizabeth Bassett
Anne Judson and Tim Parsons
Nancy Partner and Steve Mohn
Laurence Pathy
Laurie Patton
Bill and Betsy Peabody
Kimberly Peake
Martha and Bill Peck
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Peck IV
James and Nancy Pierson
Fred "Chico" Lager and Yvette Pigeon
Joseph Piscotty and Carol Maulhardt
Pamela Polston
Julie Potter
Jeffrey Prescott
Jim and Dianne Prevo
The Prevot Family Foundation
Edward and Mary Pringle
Frank Racette
Mark and Cara Ray
Markey Read and Tim King
Grant and Lisa Rees
Stephanie Reininger
Renaissance Charitable Foundation
Rebecca Rice
Lemont K. Richardson
Steve and Martha Richardson
Mr. Andrew A. Robinson and Jan Waterman
Mary Lou and Donald Robinson
Mrs. Katie Rogers
Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Rost
Robert and Susan Rowell
Barry and Wendy Rowland
Ann and Alfred Ruesch
Elizabeth Ruml
Eugenia and Richard Saganich
Robert and Andrea Sand
Deborah Schapiro and Louis Polish
The David Scheuer Trust
Michael and Barbara Schmidt
Benjamin Schore
Jeremy Schrauf
Robert and Lynne S. Schwartz
Ruth Scriptunas
Bruce and Meg Seely
Anne Segal
Cindy and Michael Seligmann
Diana and Jerome Senturia
Nancy P. Sevcenko
Elizabeth Shayne and Tiff Bluemle
Dr. Connie Shemo and Bill Shemo
Lois Shiozawa and David Horak
Gail Shulman
Stephen Sisler
David Sleigh
Ann Smallwood
Brett Smith and Elisa Freeman Smith
Ed Weissman and Steve Smith
Andrew Smith and Jill Skochdopole
Wells and Kathy Smith
Win Smith
Richard and Laurinda Solomon
Wendy and Jonathan Spector
Randall Spiller
Lydia Spitzer and Dottie Deans
Roger W. Squire
Orson L. St. John, Jr.
Candace Staton
Ruth and Frederick Stavis
Jonathan H. Stevens
Betty and Lawson Stewart
Sophia H. Stone
Matthew Strauss
Jed and Megan Sturman
Neil Swinton
Tim and Suzanne Tanner
Laura Taylor
Mrs. Stephanie M. Taylor
Kathleen and Gustavo Tellez
Mrs. Carolyn C. Tenney
Winifred Thomas
Nick and Joan Thorndike
Rupert and Jan Thouron
Alison and Dave Tomlinson
Sherrie Tucker and Ron Tucker
Ms. Lianne Tuomey
Robin and Bob Turnau
Ed Twardy and Lauren Twardy
Marcie Tyre and Forrest Berkley
Cheryl Lang Ullman, DMD
Elizabeth Van Buren
John Van Hoesen and Fred Sargeant
Ellen and Greg Vaut
Melissa Volansky
J. Alvin Wakefield
Stephen and Judy Walke
Margery S. Walker
Ms. Laurie Walsh and Tim Soule
Dr. Norman Ward and Dr. Patricia King
Leslie and Nicholas Ward
Kathryn and Marshall Webb
Ms. Sarah Webb
Ms. Lawrence Webster
Joan and Dick Weed
David and Melissa Whitmore
Star Whitney
Wick and Maddocks Law Office
Barrie and Deedee Wigmore
Ruth Wildhorn
Catherine Willson
Jeffrey and Jackie Wilson
Ann Wittpen
Nancy E. Wood
Charles Wooster and Sue Kirincich
Jaqueline and Christopher Wren
Abbott and Marian Wright
Ms. Amy L. Wright
Malcolm and Marjorie Wright
Barbara York and David Adair
Leslie Young
Percy and Elizabeth Young
Carole Ziter

* This list does not include gifts made to the VPR Next Campaign.

Journalism Fund

October 1, 2016 – December 31, 2017

Established in 2010, this special fund enables reporters and producers to innovate, take risks, and respond to opportunities. The Journalism Fund is designed to support a range of initiatives and is administered by an in-house committee of VPR staff. Funded projects are held to the same high level of independence and integrity you expect from VPR, thanks to the firewall between donors and decisions about news projects, reporting, and editorial standards.

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Phillips Legacy Society

The Phillips Legacy Society recognizes supporters who have made a provision for Vermont Public Radio in their will, estate plans or other planned gifts. VPR extends its heartfelt thanks to nearly 250 supporters who have made this special commitment to our vision and mission.

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Jan and Harris Abbott
John and Mary* Adams
Julia Alvarez and Bill Eichner
Dawn K. Andrews
Sally Andrews
Joan and James Ashley*
Margot Bouchard*
Marta Bach
Coleman and Susan Baker
Irene Bareau
Richard and Elizabeth Bernstein
Bill Berry*
Catherine Bogardus*
Ruth P. Bogorad*
Theodore F. and Donald A. Boniface
Priscilla Byerly*
Anna Taylor Caleb
Paul Calter
Barbara Cate
Henry Chauncey, Jr.
Karen A. Christiansen
Mr. Robert Christy
Daniel Clark*
Rudyard and Janet Colter*
Patricia Compton*
Naia Conrad*
Dorothy Ford Craighead*
Pamela Crary*
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dickson Davis
Ann B. Day
Carol Delaney
Jane G. Denker
Closey and Whit* Dickey
Deborah Dorfman*
Barbara Dozetos
Roberta B. Dubrowsky
Kathleen M. Duclos
Lyn DuMoulin
Dale and Christine Eickelman
Helen H. Eldred*
Mr. Joseph Ellovich and Mrs. Betty Ellovich
Betty Emmons*
Dorothy M. Erickson
Ella A. Erway
Maxie Ewins
Barbara Fisher*
Nancy Marshall and Stanley Fishkin
Dover Robinson Ford
Sharon Foster*
Joe and Cathy Frank
Tere Gade
Katherine F. Gilleland*
Stephen H. Goldberg
Marlene Graf
Barrett Grimm
Mary and Michael Grizzard
Alice Grow
Betty Ann Halperin*
Martin and Rosie Segal
Jean and Ronald Harmsen
Breda* and Bob Harnish
Patricia* and Ray Harwick
Marshall and Mimi Heuser
James Hornig*
Miriam Adams Howland*
Retta Huttlinger
Beal B. Hyde*
Marilyn Johnson
Dr. Michel Kabay
Louis F.* and Margaret L. Kannenstine
Ned Kelley
Mrs. Ann Kent
Lynde and Connie Kimball
Dr. Mary Kintner
Dr. Seth Koch
John H. Kueffner and Carolyn Goodwin-Kueffner
Jane Lancaster
Terese Lane*
Judy Larson Di Mario
Mary Haas*
Donna Leban
Joan E. Lewis
Ken and Mary Lynn
Mary Lou and Peder Marcussen
Patricia Mardeusz
Peter* and Marguerite Mason
Paul McClatchey*
Lee McDavid
Cheryl Wilfong and William McKim
Cordelia Merritt
Dr. K. Tyler Miller
Bette L. Moffett*
Bill and Marion Mohri
Gary Momaney
Hugh Montgomery
Dr. Ken Nalibow
Richard and Patricia Nye*
John A. Pane and Elizabeth Bassett
Jim Parker *
William A. Pearson
Wes and Terry Phillips*
Thea Platt
Donald B. Poulson*
Grant and Lisa Rees
Gary and Chirstina Richards
Walter and Susan Richter
Susan Rittenhouse
Peter and Tia Rosengarten
Charlotte Rosshandler
Polly Rowe*
Nancy and Ronald Rucker
Angus* and Elisabeth Russell
David Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. John Sayward*
Robert and Lynne S. Schwartz
Anne Segal
Abi Sessions
Dr. Shoshanna Shelley
Gail and Ned* Shulman
Kitty Shumlin
Peter Sinclair
Toddy Sloan*
Jennifer Smith
Betty Smith-Mastaler and Tony Mastaler
A Friend from Shrewsbury
Antoinette Stafford*
Peter Stamm
Betty and Lawson Stewart*
Fran Stoddard
Stephanie Stouffer
Pierre Swick
Molly Symons
Marcy and Andrew Tanger
Dr. Brian Timura
Marklyn Trainor
Jackie and Howard Travis
Cheryl Lang Ullman, DMD
John Van Hoesen and Fred Sargeant
C. H. Vanselow*
Richard and Barbara Wadhams*
Margery S. Walker
Janet and Paul Warren
Mary Lewis Webb
Judith Wechsler
James Wilson
John Wires*
Barbara York and David Adair
Dohr Zachai*

* deceased

VPR Next Capital Campaign

Thanks to the more than 2,100 people supported the VPR Next Capital Campaign! These visionaries supported the expansion and renovation of VPR’s headquarters and innovation in news and programming. Their generosity is helping VPR build on its strong foundation of public service while embracing the opportunities of a dynamic and changing media landscape. Special thanks to the following people who provided leadership support of the Campaign.

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Mary and John Abele
Ted and Abigail Adler
Bob Albern
The Peter D. Alden Family in memory of Peter D. Alden MD
Robert and Karen Allen
K. Sandra Anderson and Reeve C. Williams
Kristofer Anderson
Dawn K. Andrews
Susan E. Arnold
Nancy Aronson and Virginia Besthoff
Irene Bareau
Pennie Beach
Jane C. Beck
Edward and Judith Becker
Richard and Elizabeth Bernstein
Brenda and John Bisbee
Schultz-Blackwell Trust
David Blittersdorf
Jan Blomstrann
Mike Boardman
Robert and Leslie Botjer
Joe and Dale Boutin
W Ross Brewer
Kate, Laurie and Steve Brittain
Peter and Jennifer Brock
Thomas Brock and Nancy Rowden Brock
Charlie and Wynne Browne
Bruce K and Suzanne H Byers
The Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation
Cadwell Family in honor of John and Mary Cadwell
Anna Taylor Caleb
John Cane and Vicki Knoepfel
Jake and Donna Carpenter
Richard and Rose Colletti
David and Minty Conant
Susan Cooke Kittredge and Charlie Kittredge
Virginia Coolidge
April Cornell and Basil Stetson
Frederick B. Cressman
Fred and Judi Danforth
David Darrin
Staige Davis
Chris and Becky Dayton
Mary Jane Dickerson
In memory of Larry F. Miller
In memory of Richard K. Donahue
Frank and Ducky Donath
Bari and Peter Dreissigacker
Audrey H. Duane
Bill and Kathy Dudley
Perez and Elizabeth Ehrich
Michael and Dana Engel
Dave and Jen Farrington
Nancy S. Marshall and Stanley Fishkin
Patricia Fontaine
Marsha and Paul Fonteyn
Dover Robinson Ford
Joseph and Cathy Frank
Michael and Melody Frank
Janet and Churchill Franklin
Barbara and Ivor Freeman
Hilarie Jane Gade and John Bryan Peters
Tere & Skyler Gade
Joan Gamble and Chip Paison
William Roper and Barbara Ganley
Judy Geer and Dick Dreissigacker
Barb Kennedy and Doug Gentile
Jacob and Caitlin Glaser
Natalie and Wallace Good
Mike and Becky Goss
Bill and Debra Gottesman
Garrett M. Graff and Katherine Birrow
Valerie Graham
Wayne and Deborah Granquist
Michael Green and Sarah Muyskens
Jerry Greenfield and Elizabeth Skarie
Sue and Charlie Grigg
Douglas Griswold and Lori Rowe
Eileen and Paul Growald
Drs. Baiba J. Grube and Roger S. Foster, Jr.
Sarah and Geoffrey Gund
Eric Hanson
Pat Hanson
Dr. Albert Hardy
Jane and Van Harissis
In Memory of Martin Lee Segal and Fritz Harlow
Amy Hastings and Larry Yarbrough
Joey and John Hawkins
William P. Herbst
Ginny and Bruce Hiland
Earl and Polly Hoffman
Gail Holmes
Kathy Hoyt
Elaine Hubert and Bill Harwood
Robert and Barbara Haas
David and Eleanor Ignat
Carolyn B. Jackson
Janine and Paul Jacobs
Marilyn P. Johnson
Tom Johnson and Ina Smith Johnson
Barbara M. Jordan
Mill Creek Capital Advisors
Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
Johanna V. Kebabian
Elizabeth Karnes Keefe
Steven and Helen Kellogg
Mike and Tawnya Kiernan
Claudia & Peter Kinder Vermont Community Foundation Donor-Advised Fund
Brendan Kinney and Mary Brodsky
Marie and Charlie Kireker
Liisa Kissel
Spencer Knapp and Barbara Cory
Bonnie S. Knight
David and Carlie Krolick
John H. Kueffner and Carolyn Goodwin Kueffner
Don and Allyson Laackman
Jane Lancaster and Jane Schmidlapp
The Larsen Fund
Ann K. Larson
Ron and Jessica Liebowitz
The Massell Family
Scott McArdle
Martha McDaniel and Stephen Plume
Donald R. McIntyre, MD
Hugh and Kate McLean
M. Katherine Metcalfe and Langdon B. Wheeler
Marjorie C. Meyer and Randall E. Kay
Hinda and Joel Miller
Jeanne Baer and Michael Miller
Robert and Toni Monsey
Betsy and Baird Morgan
Patrice and Miles Mushlin
Radetta Nemcosky
Jack Neuhauser
Lisa H. Newton Ph.D.
Jeanne Norlander
Linda M. Ayer and James F. Palmer
Elizabeth Bassett and John A. Pane
Faith J. Parker
Bill and Betsy Peabody
Norene and George W. Peck IV
Abbie and Don Penfield
Greg and Diane Peters
Yvette Pigeon and Fred "Chico" Lager
The Serendipity Fund
Ernest and Dee Pomerleau
Juliana Potter
Spencer and Fran Putnam
Will and Lynette Raap
Grant and Lisa Rees
Rick and Susan Richter
Dr. Susan Erika Rittenhouse
Caroline and Ted Robbins
Andrea Rogers and Avery Hall
John and Nancy Rosenthal
Sylvia and Dwight Rost
Steven and Meagan Roy
In Memory of Catharine Ruml
Elisabeth W. Russell
George and Judy Russell
Kay and Richard Ryder, M.D.
Annette's Preschool
Dennis Sanders and Deedee O'Brien
The Frank and Brinna Sands Foundation
Deborah Schapiro and Louis Polish
Bob and Lisa Schatz
Robin Schempp
Kate and Bill Schubart
Lynne and Robert Schwartz
Ruth Scriptunas
Meg and Bruce Seely
Bill and Abi Sessions
Nancy Sevcenko
The Metz Family Foundation
Steve Sisler
Anne P. McMenamin and Thomas W. Smith
Eleanor and Fred Smith
Betty Smith and Tony Mastaler
Jonathan and Wendy Spector
Lydia Spitzer and Dottie Deans
Orson St. John
Jane Watson Stetson and E. William Stetson III
In Memory of David L. Stone
Larry and Lesley Straus
Skip and Marilyn Sturman
Peter Swift and Diana McCargo
David Taplin
Robin and Bob Turnau
Elizabeth Van Buren
John Van Hoesen and Fred Sargeant
Bruce and Lillian Venner
Louise Vojtisek
The Wakefields
Stephen and Judy Walke
Janet Wallstein
Leslie and Nick Ward
Constance F West
Elise and Woody Widlund
David Wilkens and Molly Pindell
David and Peggy Williams
Carol Williams-Suich in memory of Gerry Suich
John and Mary Wilson
Frank and Janet Winkler
Nancy E. Wood
Stewart and Kristin Wood
William C. and Joanna M. Wright
Robert and Victoria Young
William C. and Joanna M. Wright
Robert and Victoria Young

VPR strives for accuracy in recognizing our supporters. If we have misspelled your name or inadvertently omitted you from these listings, please accept our apology and let us know by calling 800-639-2192 or via email at


We’d like to thank the more than 400 local businesses that supported VPR in 2017 through underwriting.

AARP Vermont
Ace Hardware Dealer Group
Addison County Home Health And Hospice
Aerie Consulting
Albany College Of Pharmacy And Health Services
Allan H. Day Piano Service
Almartin Volvo
Alzheimer's Association Vermont
Amalgamated Culture Works
Amazing Vermont Photography
American Red Cross Blood Services
Aqua ViTea
The Arbors, Benchmark Senior Living
ARC Mechanical
Artemis Fitness
Artistree Community Arts Center
Aspenti Health
Bank Of NH Pavillion
Barber Waxman
Barre Opera House
Basin Harbor
BCM Environmental & Land Law
Bear Pond Books
Bee The Change
Bellwether School
Bennington Bookshop
Berkley & Veller Greenwood Country Realtors
Better Living Audiology
Better Travel
Big Picture Farm
Bistro De Margot
Black River Produce
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Bluebird Barbecue
Brattleboro Hearing Center
Brattleboro Museum
Brattleboro Retreat
Brickyard Enterprises
Bridgeside Books
Bristol Electronics
British Clockmaker
Bromley Mountain
Building Energy
Burke Mountain
Burlington City Arts
Burlington Farmer's Market
Burlington Furniture Company
Burlington Wine And Food Festival
Burton Snowboards
Cabot Cheese
Calvin Coolidge Foundation
Carr Tree And Timber
Castleton University
Catamount Solar
Centerline Architects And Planners
Central Vermont Chamber Music
Central Vt Home Health And Hospice
CFA Society of Vermont
Champlain College
Champlain Housing Trust
Champlain Orchards
Chandler Center for the Arts
Chappells Florist
Cheese And Wine Traders
Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission
Chroma Technology
Church Street Marketplace
Circus Smirkus
City Market
City Of Claremont
Clean Yield
Cloud 9 Caterers
Clute Wealth Management
CMC, Catholic Medical Center
Vital Leadership
Collective: The Art Of Craft
Comcast Northeast Division
Community Bank NA
Compassion And Choices
Concept 2
Contrary's Whey
Converse Home
Copley Health Systems
Cotton Mill Arts
Curtis Lumber
Curvetrends Marketing
D.B. McKenna & Company
Danform Shoes
Dartmouth College - Master Of Arts In Liberal Studies
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
DC Energy Innovations
Democracy Now
Depot Theatre
Dinse Knapp & McAndrew
Dorset Theatre Festival
Down Home Kitchen
Downs Rachlin Martin
Dr. Albert Hardy
Dr. Robert Bauman
Earl's Cyclery
Earthbound Expeditions
Eastview At Middlebury
Eco Equipment Supply
The Edge
Edgewater Gallery
Efficiency Vermont
Ellis Music Company
Encore Renewable Energy
Energize Vermont
Epoch 18
Eric Rickstad
Essex Community Players
Evolution Physical Therapy And Yoga
Fairbanks Museum
Farmhouse Group
Fearless Teachers
Fleming Museum
Flooring America
Fluid Bar Service
Flynn Center
Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty
The Frame Dames
Franklin Co. Industrial Development Corp
Frog Hollow Burlington
Front Porch Forum
Full Circle Gardens
Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery
Gallagher, Flynn & Company
Gardener's Supply
Genavix Wellness
Gifford Medical Center
Girlington Garage
Good News Garage
Gordon's Window Decor
Grafton Inn
Grand Isle Lake House
Grand Slam Tennis Tours
Granite State Solar
Gravel & Shea PC
Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center
Green Lantern Development
Green Mountain Community Solar
Green Mountain Compost
Green Mountain Film Festival
Green Mountain Solar
Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival
Green Mountain Habitat For Humanity
Green Up Vermont
Greensboro Arts Alliance
Greenworks Vermont Nursery & Landscape Association
Guardian Ad Litem Program
Hall Art Foundation
Hanson & Doremus Investment Management
Healthy Living
Henry Sheldon Museum
Heritage Family Credit Union
Hero's Welcome
Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group
Higher Ground Music
Highland Arts Center
Hill And Hollow Music
Hinesburgh Public House
Historic Homes Of Runnemede
Homeshare Vermont
Hopkins Center At Dartmouth College
Horsford's Nursery
Hosmer Point
Hotel Vermont
Howard Center
Hydro Quebec Lanaudiere Festival
International Joint Commission
Intervale Center
Iyengar Yoga Center Of Vermont
Jag Productions
Janet Fredericks Studio
Johnson Family Foundation
Johnson Law Group
Johnson State College
Julie Moir Messervy Design
Junction Frame Shop
Kathi Byam Musician
Keene State College Redfern Arts Center
Kent Museum
Kimball Brook Farm
Kinney Drugs
Kiss The Cook
Kitchen Encounters
Knight Kitchens
L Brown And Sons
Lake Champlain Chocolates
Lake Champlain International Film Festival
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber Of Commerce
Lake Champlain Waldorf Schools
Lake George Music Festival
Lake Morey Resort
Latchis Hotel And Theater
League Of NH Craftsmen
Let’s Grow Kids
Limbwalker Tree Service
Local First Vermont
Long Trail Brewing Company
Ludlow Streetscapes
Lyndon State College
Mad River Valley Craft Fair
Main Street Arts
Manchester Music Festival
The Manor
Manosh Corporation
Maple Capital Management
Maple Sweet Real Estate
Marlboro College Graduate School
Mary Sky Artist Residency
Merchants Bank
Middlebury Actors Workshop
Middlebury College Museum Of Art
Middlebury Inn & Restaurant
Middlebury Natural Food Coop
Misery Loves Company
Mitchell Giddings Fine Arts
Montpelier Construction
Montpelier Farmers Market/Capital City
The Mountain Goat
Mountain View Natural Medicine
Murphy Sullivan Kronk
Music From Salem
MVP Health Care
Naturally Cool VT - Re-Modern Homes
Nature Conservancy
Neagley & Chase Construction
New England Falconry
New England Federal Credit Union
Next Chapter Bookstore
New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association
North Country Community Theatre
Northeast Delta Dental
Northeastern Reproductive Medicine
Northern Stage Company
Northern Vermont University
Northfield Savings Bank
Northshire Bookstore
Norwich Bookstore
Norwich Solar Technologies
NPI Technology Management
Old Stonehouse Museum
O M Fisher Home
Open Approach
Open Studios Of Washington County
Oriana Singers
Otter Creek Awnings
Outdoor Gear Exchange
Paramount Theater
Parker House Inn
Paul Frank And Collins
People's United Bank
The Perfect Wife
Permanent Fund For Vermont's Children
Pet Food Warehouse
Phoenix Books
Pillsbury Manor South
Poze Catering
Prentiss Smith & Company
Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Pride Center Of Vermont
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer
Propeller Media Works
QOR 360
Quantum Leap Capital
R.K. Miles
Ramking Inc. - Ramuto's Pizza
Red Cedar School
Red Clover Family Dentistry
Red Kite Candy
Residence At Otter Creek
Residence At Quarry Hill
Residence At Shelburne Bay
Revels North
Rice Memorial High School
Richards Group Insurance and Financial Services
Rikert Nordic Center
Rokeby Museum
Rutland Regional Medical Center
Ryegate Small Animal Hospital
Saint Michael's College
Saint Michael's Playhouse
Scratch Makerspace
Seven Days
Shacksbury Cider
Shearer Audi
Shelburne Museum
Simon Pearce
SIT- School For International Training
Skinny Pancake
Small Dog Electronics
Smith And McClain
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center
The Sparkle Barn
Special Olympics Vermont
Spring Village At Essex
Spruce Peak Resort Association
Sprucewood Dental Associates
St. Martins Press
Stark Mountain Woodworking
Stern Center For Language And Learning
Stowe Performing Arts
Stride Creative
Subaru Of New England
Sugarbush Resort
Summit School
Summit Wealth Group
Sundog Poetry Center
Swedish Pit
System Integrators
Tailored Living Of Vermont
Tarm Biomass
Thai Orchid Restaurant
Thermostat Recycling Corporation
Three Penny Taproom
Tonewood Maple
Touch Of Vermont Holiday Gift Market
Trapp Family Lodge
Trust Company Of Vermont
Two Brothers Tavern & Notte
Union Bank
Untapped Maple
Up Mountain Switchel
Upper Valley Music Center
Upper Valley Yoga
UVM Alumni House
UVM College Of Education And Social Services
UVM College Of Engineering And Mathematical Science
UVM Continuing Education
UVM Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Valley Stage
Vermont Academy
Vermont Afterschool, Inc.
Vermont Agency Of Agriculture Food & Markets
Vermont Antique Dealers Association
Vermont Arts Council
Vermont Ballet Theater
Vermont Book Shop
Vermont Brewers Association
Vermont Businesses For Social Responsibility
Vermont CARES
Vermont Center For Crime Victim Services
Vermont Chamber Of Commerce
Vermont Cider Week
Vermont Coffee Company
Vermont Commons School
Vermont Community Foundation
Vermont Community Loan Fund
Vermont Council On World Affairs
Vermont Crafts Council
Vermont Department Of Health
Vermont Department Of Labor
Vermont Department Of Fish & Wildlife
Vermont Design Works
Vermont Division For Historic Preservation
Vermont Employee Ownership Center
Vermont Energy Contracting & Supply
Vermont Evaporator Company
Vermont Farm Table
Vermont Federal Credit Union
Vermont Folk Rocker
Vermont Gynecology
Vermont Handcrafters
Vermont Historical Society
Vermont Integrated Architecture
Vermont International Festival
Vermont Land Trust
Vermont Life Magazine
Vermont Lottery
Vermont Maple Festival
Vermont Natural Resources Council
Vermont Nurse Practitioner Association
Vermont Opera Project
Vermont Parks Forever
Vermont Quilt Festival
Vermont Shakespeare Festival
Vermont Sheep & Wool Association
Vermont State Employee Credit Union
Vermont State Parks
Vermont Studio Center
Vermont Symphony Orchestra
Vermont Tech
Vermont Timberworks Inc.
Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association
Vermont Woods Studios
Village Square Booksellers
Visiting Nurse & Hospice for VT & NH
VNA & Hospice Southwest Region
Von Bargen Jewelry
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation
Wake Robin
Waterworks Restaurant
West Branch Art
Western Slopes Business Association
Weston Craft Show
Weston Playhouse
White And Burke Real Estate Investment Advisors
White River Indie Festival
Windows & Doors By Brownell
Woodstock Research - Neuropsychiatric Associates
Yankee Bookshop
Yellow Barn
Zoey's Restaurants


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