How Do Responsible Public Companies Handle the Issues of Enron+1?A panel of Vermont CEOs will explore critical themes in a town-meeting-style open discussion§ Sarbanes-Oxley Corporate Reform Bill§ Accountability – accounting and auditing§ Board of directors and the auditing committee§ Unresolved issuesModerator· Scott Pardee, Alan R. Holmes Professor of Monetary Economics, Middlebury CollegePanelists· Joe Boutin, President and CEO, Merchants Bank· Edwin Colodny, CEO (Retired), USAIR; Acting CEO, · Liz Robert ‘78, Chief Bear Officer, Vermont Teddy Bear, Inc.Co-sponsored byDigitalBridges2.0 Club of Middlebury CollegeStudent Investment Committee of Middlebury CollegeMiddlebury College D.K. Smith 2003 Spring ForumThursday, April 10, 20034:30-6:00 p.m.Room 216, Bicentennial Hall, Bicentennial Way off College Street (Route 125)A reception will follow the Forum in the Great Hall of Bicentennial HallForum and reception are free and open to the public. Reservations required.R.S.V.P. to Elizabeth Robinson of Middlebury College at [email protected](link sends e-mail) or802.443.5435
WHEN the West Demerara Football Association leg of the GFF/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power National Under-17 Intra-Association league continued last Sunday at the Den Amstel ground, Eagles FC of Stewartville soared to a 3-1 win over Slingerz FC.Slingerz suffered their second loss in as many matches having gone down to Den Amstel 3-4 the week before at the same venue. However, in Sunday’s clash with the Eagles, the Slingerz boys could not find their shooting range as they only scored once.Eagles took first jump in the 19th minute when Marcus Thomas rocked the back of the net. Four minutes later Glenroy Duncan scored Eagles’ second goal compliments of Glenroy Duncan.As the match moved closer to the half-way mark, Slingerz, through the efforts of Odell Duncan, were able to score their first goal in the 44th minute which reduced Eagles’ lead to one, 2-1.But the Eagles were not in an accommodating mood and on the stroke of halftime they restored the two-goal cushion thanks to a goal off the boot of Charles Dann.The second half saw both teams go after each other but no goals were scored as the Stewartville lads were able to defend their first-half two-goal cushion to walk away with three points.