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WILTON, Conn. ? Congratulations to Wilton resident David Rothstein , CEO of RTi Market Research and Brand Strategy. His company was included in the "Top Workplace 2011" list of small companies recently published in Hearst Connecticut Newspapers. Listed businesses ranked highest in worker satisfaction, according to an employee survey administered by Workplace Dynamics. Rothstein also received the Small Company Leadership award based on his staff’s responses to a question assessing “confidence in the leader of this company.” Rothstein states, “Our staff is incredibly talented and their expertise in this business is second to none. Put these ingredients together and you've got a solid foundation for a great work environment. I'm very proud of receiving the Top Workplace 2011 award as only happy employees can make happy clients.” See www.rtiresearch.com for more information.

The Bender Financial Group was also recognized on the “Top Workplace 2011” list as one of the 10 best mid-sized companies at which to work. Wilton resident J. Philip Bender is managing partner of the company, which was the recipient of the Northwestern Mutual Foundation’s 2010 Community Impact Award for its support of Special Olympics Connecticut. See http://benderfinancialgroup.nmfn.com to learn more.

Don’t forget to bring the kids to the Children’s Book Sale this weekend at Wilton Library. Hours are Friday, Sept. 23, noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Sept. 25, 1 to 5 p.m. Books will be half-price on Sunday. Sue Sullivan and Patty Connor are co-chairs of the planning committee, which also includes Lin Brotherton , Nancy Faesy, Linda Fein , Mary Hogan and Nancy Wollard .  For more information, see www.wiltonlibrary.org .

Vote for Wilton’s schools in the Better Schools Bonanza Contest sponsored by The Daily Wilton and its publisher, Main Street Connect. The elementary school in Fairfield County with the highest number of votes wins $10,000 for its PTA. The runner-up will earn $1,000, and any school to tally 500 votes or more will instantly earn a $500 prize! Log on to www.thedailywilton.com to register and vote for Miller-Driscoll, Cider Mill or Our Lady of Fatima, as often as once a day. The contest ends Oct. 28.

To include your social event, honor or announcement in Wilton Neighbors Notes, email Aileen at alindner@mainstreetconnect.us.

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