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Business notes for Jan. 29, 2018


Sunday, January 28, 2018

N.H. Children’s Trust has appointed new people to its board of directors: Indrika Arnold, Mark Knights, Erin Maskwa, Matt Mowry, Sarah Sadowski and Michael St. Onge.

Concord Hospital received a $10,000 grant from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Wellness and Peer Support Project. This project works to improve self-efficacy and reduce biopsychosocial disability in patients with multiple sclerosis who live in rural, isolated settings, have limited social supports, have demonstrated need for wellness supports that cannot be met by other existing programs or services and have limited financial means.

New Hampshire Telephone Museum has five new members joining its board of directors: Walt Aydelotte of Victor, N.Y.; Bruce Ellsworth of Hopkinton; Christine Perkins of Warner; Donald Picard of Cornish; and Ed Raymond of Warner.

Meredith Village Savings Bank contributed $5,000 to the seventh annual Turn up the Heat Fuel Fundraiser, which helps community members in need in Meredith, Center Harbor and Moultonborough keep warm during the winter.