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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE WOMEN’S BAR ASSOCIATION was selected to receive the National Conference of Women’s Bar Associations’s 2014 Public Service Award for its “Overcoming Cancer’s Legal Challenges” program, a collaboration of the group and the Elliot Regional Cancer Center.

CENTRIX BANK’S Community Investment Program donated $10,000 to the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord.

CATCH NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING was honored with the “Best New Downtown Face” Community Impact Award by Intown Concord. Intown Concord recognized CATCH for the renovations of the historic Endicott Hotel on the corner of Pleasant and South Main streets in downtown Concord.

R&D PAVING of Franklin won a 2013 Quality in Construction Award for excellence in construction of an asphalt pavement from the National Asphalt Pavement Association. The company won the award for its work on the runway at Parlin Field Airport in Newport.

THE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER OF CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE AUTISM CENTER received a student donation at the March FBLA statewide conference in Manchester from Salem High School student and FBLA member Merridith Reed. Reed donated more than $1,600 to the fourth annual Autism Center Walkathon to be held May 18 in Laconia.

LEADERSHIP NEW HAMPSHIRE is accepting applications for the 2015 class. Program sessions will begin in September and run through May 2015. Topics to be covered include education, health care, the environment and sustainability, the criminal justice system, and economic development. For more information, visit or call 536-1001.

STAY WORK PLAY is accepting nominations for the 2014 statewide Rising Stars awards. Nominations will be accepted until July 25. Categories are College Student of the Year, Young Professional of the Year, Civic Leader of the Year, Coolest Companies for Young Professionals and Leadership Development Program Award. For more information, visit

COLBY-SAWYER COLLEGE was recognized as a Fair Trade College by Fair Trade Campaigns, a nonprofit partnership advocating fair trade for farmers, workers and artisans across the globe. Colby-Sawyer is the first private college in New Hampshire, and the second college in the state, to earn the certification.

BOVIE SCREEN PROCESS PRINTING in Bow is now a certified ISO 9001:2008 compliant organization. To achieve certification, Bovie undertook a comprehensive review and enhancement of its quality management activities.

MEREDITH VILLAGE SAVINGS BANK awarded a $10,000 grant to Laconia Ice Arena’s “Think Rink for Kids” capital campaign. With this donation, the arena is now two-thirds of the way to achieving its fundraising goal of $267,000.

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