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Business notes for July 28, 2014

Paradigm Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. of Hooksett recently acquired Sensible Plumbing & Heating of Goffstown.

U.S. Cellular will donate $1 million to teachers’ classroom projects through its Calling All Teachers program, in collaboration with DonorsChoose.org. To participate, New Hampshire teachers must affiliate with U.S. Cellular at DonorsChoose.org and post their classroom needs between Aug. 11 and Sept. 21. For more information about the program, visit uscellular.com.

Special Olympics New Hampshire recently received a $5,000 grant from the Hannaford Charitable Foundation to fund the Young Athletes program in New Hampshire. For more information about the Special Olympics, visit sonh.org.

Citizens Bank recently announced that it will award $60,00 to six organizations in New Hampshire and Vermont as part of the Citizens Helping Citizens Manage Money initiative. A local organization that will receive funding through this program is Laconia Area Community Land Trust Inc.

Colby-Sawyer College in New London recently signed an articulation agreement with Wheelock College in Boston that will ease the way for graduates of Colby-Sawyer to enter Wheelock’s graduate programs in education, social work, organizational leadership and teacher certification.

NHTI recently launched a new online job search service powered by College Central Network that is open to students, alumni and the public. To access the service, visit CollegeCentral.com/NHTI.

Granite State Biofuels of Bow has started an Indiegogo.com funding campaign to aid in the production of community based biodiesel. Visit the campaign at igg.me/at/ gsbiodiesel/x/6284043.

Winnisquam Marine of Belmont recently broke ground on its new, environmentally conscious showroom that will feature an indoor year-round showroom and walk-out cellar to accommodate boat rentals. The showroom is being completed by local individuals and companies, including Craig Bailey of Turning Point Land Surveyors of Gilford; Jim Piscopo of Piscopo Contracting Inc. of Belmont; and Rob Reiss of Reiss Construction of Plymouth.

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