Mythbusters—Automotive EditionI saw it on Facebook so it must be true, right? One of my Facebook friends reposted a friend’s complaint about a recent vehicle purchase. He said he had spent $26,000.00 for a used vehicle in Vermont and when he brought it in for inspection he discovered it needed a great deal of work. There were many comments and responses to his plight, some not fit to print here. What struck me most was the misinformation that exists in the consumer market today.
For Immediate Release Contact: Yvonne Lory, Capstone Community ActionPhone: (802) 477-5123Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The birth of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) as a pilot project was on May 8, 1968. Let’s celebrate 50 years of CACFP!
Contact:Yvonne Lory, Capstone Community ActionPhone (802) 479-1053
Dear Colleagues and Partners, As you know, Capstone Community Action’s Dan Hoxworth is stepping down from his role as Executive Director. We greatly appreciate Dan’s commitment to improving the lives of economically vulnerable Vermonters and the progress the organization has made over the past three years under his leadership. We are working with Dan and the Board of Directors to ensure a smooth transition.