*At a ceremony in Montpelier in May 2007, CSC was awarded the
Governor's Rising Star Award for our employee health and wellness
program. Carmel Ewing, Human Resources Coordinator, accepted the award
on behalf of CSC. CSC has 86 employees.
*CSC opened its 23rd
property, Grand Way Commons, on May 1st. Located at 412 Farrell Street
in South Burlington, the property includes 63-units of affordable
housing for seniors. CSC is proud to have created a home “under one
roof” for United Way of Chittenden County, a VNA Adult Day Program
site, HomeShare Vermont, and CSC’s main offices, all of which together
provide a unique resource center for information and services for
seniors and individuals with special needs.
Corporation was honored in April 2007 by the Vermont Department of
Housing and Community Affairs for its development of Whitcomb Terrace,
special needs housing in Essex Junction. Cathedral Square, Housing
Vermont, and the Village of Essex Junction received the fourth annual
VCDP Community Achievement Award for Housing during a ceremony at the
State House. The apartments at Whitcomb Terrace are designed to provide
individuals of all ages and incomes the opportunity to live in housing
that meets accessible design standards.
Executive Director of Cathedral Square Corporation, was appointed to
the American Association of Housing and Services for the Aging (AAHSA)
Affordable Housing Finance Cabinet. She was also re-elected to the
organization’s Northern New England chapter Board of Directors.
new Board members were appointed to the Board of Directors for CSC;
Charles Smith, Marvin Klikunas, M.D. and Paul Van de Graaf. Charles P.
Smith is currently President and CEO of The Snelling Center for
Government. Previously, he served in the Douglas Administration as
Secretary to the Agency of Human Services and Secretary of
Administration. Dr. Klikunas is an Assistant Professor at UVM College
of Medicine and specializes in geriatrics. Paul Van de Graaf, Esq., is
a federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, having served
in this capacity for 20 years in Philadelphia and Vermont.
Lyons, a volunteer at Cathedral Square Senior Living, recently received
the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Volunteer Community Service.
Michelle was presented with the award in April 2007 by Governor Douglas
*In February 2007, Cathedral Square
Corporation completed the purchase of Whitney Hill Homestead in
Williston, a property managed by CSC since 1991. Whitney Hill Homestead
was owned by a Williston non-profit, Williston Elder Housing, Inc.
Whitney Hill is designed in the style of an extended farmhouse with
long porches and courtyards and provides a warm and gracious setting
for those 55 and older. There is a VNA Adult Day Program located