The 5x5x5 Growth Awards celebrates the top 5 fastest growing Vermont businesses in each of 5 categories: Technology, Contracting, Retail, Wholesale and Manufacturing.The event is moderated by Lisa Ventriss, president of the Vermont Business Roundtable, and will feature presentations by the presidents and CEO’s of Connor Contracting, Inc.; Vermont Pure Holdings, Inc.; Hubbardton Forge Corporation; Gardener’s Supply Company; and Chroma Technology, Inc.A question & answer period will follow the presentation. The businesses honored include: Neagley & Chase Construction, The Snyder Companies, ARC Mechanical Contractors, Wright & Morrissey, Casella Waste Systems, Seventh Generation, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Bond Auto Parts, Vermont Teddy Bear Company, Sonnax Industries, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, King Arthur Flour Company, Feed Commodities International, Bethel Mills, Kinney Motors, Allen Engineering Pools & Spas, IDX Systems Corporation, Vermont Medical, Resolution and IVEK Corporation.The event begins with a networking reception with the honorees, followed by the presentation. Opening remarks will come from Vermont Business Magazine Publisher, John Boutin, and Keybank President, Scott Carpenter.The event is free and recommended to all small business owners and business people. It will be catered by the Sheraton Conference Center. To register, please call (802) 660-4471 by September 25th, or, register online at email@example.com(link sends e-mail).For questions and information about the 5x5x5 Growth Awards please contact John Boutin or Mary Collins at Vermont Business Magazine at (802) 863-8038. Or view details about the event online at www.vermontbiz.com.
The Boys Golf Sectionals took place on Friday, June 1st at The Greensburg Country Club. Columbus North won the team championship. Columbus East was 2nd while the host Pirates wrap up the Top 3 to advance to The Regionals.201718GreensburgSectionalAndrew Miller of South Dearborn, Kyle Leising of east Central, and Ross Harmeyer of Batesville individually qualify for The Regionals on Saturday, June 8th at Providence at The Champions Pointe Golf Club in Clarksville.
The Society, which is devoted to the study of international law, is the oldest and largest body of its kind in the world. Robinson, 74, who is a judge of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), will serve for the period 2020 to 2021. CMC Robinson, who became a member of the Society in 1972 and made an honorary member in 2011, is the second non-US citizen to be elected Honorary President of the Society and the second person of African descent to be elected to that post. In 2014, he was elected to serve as a judge in the International Court of Justice, becoming the first Jamaican and the second person in the Caribbean to do so. Membership of the Society, established in 1906, estimated at 4,000, stretches far and wide and is drawn from over 100 countries with 40 per cent coming from outside the United States. Robinson, a former member of the International Law Commission, is also a former member and president of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) as well as a former member and president of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; where he presided over the trial of Slobodan Milosevic. KINGSTON, Jamaica – Prominent Jamaican born jurist, Justice Patrick Robinson, has been elected Honorary President of the American Society of International Law (ASIL). Justice Patrick Robinson is also the father of Julian Robinson, General Secretary of the People’s National Party and the Opposition Spokesperson on Science, Technology and Information. In addition to the many areas of its work fostering the study of international law, it is particularly well known for its quarterly publication of the American Journal of International Law, which is widely regarded as one of the best journals in the field of international law. Its publication, International Legal Materials, is also highly valued.