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The Progressive Group & Catamount Family Center
Phone: (802) 879-6001 Fax: (802) 878-2180 592 Governor Chittenden Rd, Williston, VT 05495
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Catamount Family Center is a four season urban resort promoting recreation, education, conservation, agriculture, and historical presevation. They offer several outdoor sports, such as skiing, skating, snow-shoeing, and mountain biking. The center also offers seasonal specials such as a haunted house experience in the fall and Christmas tree cutting in the winter. This company was established in 1978 and incorporated in 1995 in Vermont. They employ five people. Ms. Lucy McCullough and Jim McCullough are the Proprietors if the company. Any questions or problems should be directed to the attention of Ms. McCullough.
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