UVM Voices of Vermont Lecture Series: Melinda Moulton Guest Speaker

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Click here to learn about Melinda Moulton’s Lecture on November 16th, 2005

University of Vermont’s Voices of Vermont Lecture Series


Check out the photos of the luncheon at

http://alumni.uvm.edu/photogallery/photo.asp?iPage=1& …

Main Street Landing Wins 2002 U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star Award

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Main Street Landing Company has won the 2002 Energy Star for Small Business Award. This award is issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

The award program recognizes firms which have exemplified the EPA’s Energy Star goals of common-sense, profitable efficiency improvements …

Melinda Moulton ”Stompin With The Stars” Dancing the Tango for the 2007 Vermont Arts Council Event

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Melinda Moulton and Gerd Hirschmann Win The Vermont Arts Council
”Stompin With the Stars Competition”

See PHOTO – Click on


For a short video of a segment of their Tango – click on


A Night of Star-Studded Entertainment to Benefit the Vermont Arts Council

On Saturday, November 17, 2007 at 7:30pm the Grand Maple Ballroom in UVM’s new Davis Center will come to life with “Stompin’ With the Stars,” the Green Mountain State’s version of the popular television dance competition.

Vermont “celebrities” from the arts, sports, corporate and political realms will be paired with some the state’s best dancers in a glitz and glamour competition to benefit the programs and services of the Vermont Arts Council.

Click the button at left to purchase tickets online using our secure server. If you can’t attend, but would like to make a donation to support the Council’s programs and services, click the button at right.


Ed Koren
(Illustrator &
will dance the
Taryn Noelle
dance instructor
doing the
with Ed
Warren Kimble
(Folk artist)
will be
tap dancing
Karen Amirault
dance instructor
tap dancing
with Warren



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Seventh Generation finds new home
Leslie Wright
The Burlington Free Press

Burlington company to move into waterfront office

By Leslie Wright

Eco-friendly household-products maker Seventh Generation Inc. plans to move to a new development on Burlington’s waterfront early next year.

The Burlington company has signed a seven-year lease with an option for two five-year extensions for a 30,000-square-foot office at the Lake and College Redevelopment Project, said Melinda Moulton, head of Main Street Landing Co., on Monday.

Seventh Generation will be moving a few blocks away from its current operations, which are scattered among three offices in the Maple and Battery street area, said Jeffrey Hollender, the company’s chief executive officer and president.

About 50 employees will move to three floors of the Lake and College building, accounting for 60 percent of the office space available in the 110,000-square-foot project at the corner of Lake and College streets.

The $13.5 million brick building features several facades and a varied roof line that evokes the look of a European village. Construction started in 2003, with the grand opening set for July 3. The building includes a performing arts theater, two-screen cinema, offices and space for …