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Business notes for Nov. 20, 2017


Sunday, November 19, 2017

Community Bridges of Concord was awarded $500 from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation.

The New Hampshire Retail Association is seeking nominations for its annual New Hampshire Retailer of the Year Award. The N.H. Retailer of the Year, along with the Legislator of the Year Award, will be presented at its 52nd Annual Meeting and Member/Legislative Luncheon on Feb. 8 at the Holiday Inn in Concord. Nominations are due by Jan. 2; you can find the form online at bit.ly/RetailerofYear.

Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominees for the business of the year and community member of the year. The awards will be presented Jan. 9. Submit a nomination to admin@lakesunapeeregionchamber.com.

McLane Middleton was among those ranked in U.S. News & World Report. The Concord branch earned mentions for administrative/regulatory law, energy law, energy regulatory law, environmental law, government relations practice, real estate law, trusts and estates law.

Taylor Community of Laconia received the Champion Award from the Volunteer N.H. at its Spirit of N.H. award ceremony.

American Friends Service Committee, New American Africans and New Hampshire Peace Action received grants from the Anne Slade Frey Charitable Trusts.

New England College was identified as the 16th-most affordable online master’s programs for accounting by Grad School Hub.

Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green was among those ranked in U.S. News & World Report. The Concord branch earned mentions for environmental law and energy law.