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The Vermont State House is seen in October.

MONTPELIER — Two Milton residents were recently appointed to state-run boards and commissions by Gov. Phil Scott.

Boards and commissions are an opportunity for Vermonters to help their state and communities and promote trust in state government, according to an Aug. 2 press release. 

Stephanie Wobby of Milton, who spent several years as a combat medic in Iraq and Afghanistan for the U.S. Army, was appointed to the Vermont Veterans Advisory Council.

Through quarterly meetings, the council advises the Governor on a variety of veterans' needs and how state government can best address their interests. 

Ryan Dulude of Milton, a product engineer, was appointed to the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Board of Directors. 

VSAC, an instrumentality of the state of Vermont, helps Vermont students of all ages save, plan and pay for college or career training. VSCAC is governed by an 11-member board of directors of which five are appointed by the Governor. 

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