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RE/MAX BAYSIDE’S Commercial Division was involved in the sale of Waukewan Golf Course in Center Harbor. The property was listed by Anthony Avrutine and Mike LaPierre of RE/MAX Bayside’s Commercial Division and sold by Tom Drouin of the Roche Realty Group.

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND announces a partnership with 29 local companies to launch locally-sourced, sustainable merchandise sales – 100% Neighbor-Made. Companies include makers of small wooden furniture, jewelry, pet supplies, crafts and gifts.

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CAMPGROUND OWNERS ASSOCIATION presented a $2,500 check to the New Hampshire Food Bank on April 9. For the past three years, the association has run a food drive at its annual New Hampshire Camping and RV Show to benefit the food bank. Show attendees received $2 off admission with a donation of two nonperishable food items. The association collected 4,856 pounds of food at this year’s show.

THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE welcomed the following new members: ADP SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES, Salem; AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, Manchester; BRIAN LUCE-MASSMUTUAL NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, Bedford; 1896 GRILL & TAVERN, Concord; LISA SCHERMERHORN PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COACH LLC, Concord; LOGOS UNLIMITED, Canterbury; and S&K WILDLIFE CONTROL, Chichester.

ENH POWER announces the addition of two new Power to Help Partners, Ammonoosuc Community Health Services and Liberty House for Veterans. The Power to Help fund was created to help organizations do what they do best: help other people. ENH Power works with each group to help them maximize their outreach and fundraising efforts.

BON-TON helped raise more than $4.5 million for local nonprofit organizations, local schools and its national partner, the American Heart Association. Nonprofit groups signed up to sell the Community Days savings booklets in their neighborhoods and online to raise funds from Jan. 6 through March 1. The booklets were sold for a $5 donation, with 100 percent of the donations raised benefiting their chosen organization.

BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE is partnering with many local elementary schools to celebrate Teach Children to Save Day with savings education throughout the month. More than 100 local youths will explore the value of money and learn the difference between needs and wants with the help of hand puppets.

DONNYBROOK HOME SERVICES of Moultonboro is now a distributor of aerators and fountains manufactured by Power House Inc. in Owings Mills, Md. Don Muscavitz Jr., founder and CEO of Donnybrook Home Services, has been in the property maintenance and management field for more than 15 years and is an EPA certified general contractor and a New Hampshire certified grade 1 OIT wastewater treatment plant operator.

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