BENNINGTON, Vt. John M. Flood and Ariana Flood of SERVPRO of Bennington and Rutland Counties, met with Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) President and CEO Thomas A. Dee and Radiation Oncologist Matthew Vernon to present the proceeds of SERVPRO's second Charity Golf Tournament.
"This is such a meaningful contribution to our health system and local cancer patients," said Dee. "John, Ariana, and their team have shown that they are more than hardworking professionals. They also have a true commitment to their community. We are very grateful for their support."
The Tournament was held on Saturday, Oct. 1 at The Mount Anthony Country Club in Bennington.
The day included golf, giveaways, contests, hot dogs and hamburgers, drinks, raffle, a silent auction, awards, and heavy hors d'oeuvres. The event raised $8,000 to benefit the Cancer Center.
This is the second $8,000 donation the company has made toward local cancer care. The donations are a part of a $25,000 commitment to the Vision 2020, A Decade of Transformation Capital Campaign.
The project includes a new regional cancer center, which will double the number of exam and infusion rooms. The design focuses on patient comfort in addition to clinical excellence.
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United Counseling Service to Host Spring Job Fair
BENNINGTON, Vt. — United Counseling Service (UCS) is hosting a spring job fair on April 1, 2023, from 9-11am at the Coffee Bar in downtown Bennington.
Job seekers can stop by to meet the UCS Human Resources team and learn more about opportunities at one of the biggest employers in Bennington County.
UCS is also hosting an on-site career fair on April 6 from 4-7pm at its Ledge Hill Drive location.
Visitors will be able to meet representatives from different departments to get an idea of what a career at UCS could look like for them.
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