Eight local startups graduated from Do North Coworking’s Co. Starters entrepreneurship program on Nov. 1. The event took place at Lyndonville’s new Depot & Church Satellite Gallery: Kneeling from left, Linda Lotti, Wayne Hall and David Irwin; standing, Robin Wimbiscus, Tari Gingue, Alfred Dedam, Nancy Hardie Simons and Christina Sivret.
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