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Representative Daniel Noyes

District
Lamoille-2
Party
Democrat
Seat Number
64
Email
DNoyes@leg.state.vt.us
Home Address
1394 Richard Woolcut Rd., Wolcott, VT 05680
Home Phone
(802) 730-7171
Committees
Biography
DANIEL NOYES I have lived in Wolcott with my wife, Amy, daughter, Adriana, and son, Ian, for the past 15 years; before that we lived in Hyde Park. I graduated from Johnson State College with a B.S in Environmental Science and have a Certification of Nonprofit Management from Marlboro Collage. For the past ten years I have been employed by Central Vermont Council on Aging as a coordinator, and currently as Director, of RSVP, a program that engages seniors in the service of others. I am chair of the Vermont Automobile Enthusiasts, a nonprofit that uses money raised from the Stowe & Shelburne Antique and Classic car shows to help high school students transition to secondary education or employment in automotive technology or engineering. I serve as a commissioner of SerVermont, the Vermont Commission on National and Community Service. I am part of the board that is tasked with selecting, monitoring, and evaluating AmeriCorps programs in Vermont and providing opportunities to recognize volunteers and organizations across the State. This program delivers over 200,000 hours of service to Vermont communities. Recently I accepted a position on the board of the Vermont chapter of the Farmers Veterans Coalition. The organization’s mission is to engage veterans of all ages in agriculture as a way to gain employment, education, feed America, and, above all, heal. I have worked with volunteers across Lamoille County to build wheelchair ramps for people with disabilities. I partnered with the Untied Way to start and run the Lamoille Wood Bank. I have engaged our community in providing transportation, companionship, and home-delivered meals. I am very fortunate to work with some amazing volunteers that serve as RSVP Bone Builders class leaders, AARP Tax Prep volunteers, and Osher Life Long Learning committee members. In the past I served as chair of the Wolcott Planning Commission, coordinator of the Wolcott School ski and snowboard program, board member of the Friends of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, president of the Lamoille River Anglers, and as a member of the United Way Impact Council, Osher Life Long Learning Committee, and Lamoille Health and Wellness Council.

Roll Call Votes by Representative Noyes

2017-2018 Legislative Session
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