The Paramount Theater in Rutland has been part of the community for more than a century. Since 2013 the Theatre has been broadcasting live events from the world series to the 2016 presidential debates. Executive Director, Bruce Bouchard explains.
Vermont State Parks works to serve and interpret on behalf of the people of Vermont, their natural, cultural, historic, and scenic heritage; thus providing recreational opportunities, economic and health benefits. Craig Whipple joins Newsmakers.
The Boys and Girls Club of Burlington is a safe place that provides supportive relationships with caring, adult professionals while members take part in life-enhancing programs. Executive Director, Tanya Benosky, talks about the benefits of Club programs.
"The Greater Burlington YMCA is a trusted resource that continues to adapt to changing societal needs; whether through their longtime programs in health and fitness to teaching water safety. The Y helps create lasting personal and social change.
Interview recorded on October 26, 2017 at the University of Vermont. Hosted by Eric Clemons."
Friends of Stowe Adaptive Sports empowers people with disabilities to reclaim their lives through recreational activity and sports. Eileen Casey explains why sports and recreation help develop independence, as well as physical and mental well-being.