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Business notes for Aug. 4, 2014

The New Hampshire Association of Insurance Agents presented a check for $7,500 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Hampshire at the New Hampshire Fisher Cats baseball game July 18. NHAIA sponsored the game, and Kendall Gallant, a 3-year-old Wish child, threw out the first pitch at the game against the Portland Sea Dogs.

The New Hampshire Children’s Trust of Concord was recently named a Champion in Action in the Strengthening Communities category of the Citizens Helping Citizens Communities program, which is run through Citizens Bank. The trust will receive $35,000 in unrestricted funding, media coverage, and promotional and volunteer support for work.

The New Hampshire Association of Realtors reported that the New Hampshire residential housing market saw more unit sales in June than the state has seen since 2005. There was a 7 percent increase from the 1,488 residential sales in June 2013.

The Pemi Youth Center of Plymouth was chosen by the Meredith Village Savings Bank to receive a $5,000 grant from the bank’s charitable fund. The nonprofit organization will use the grant to support its After School Program.

Claudia’s Signature Salon – owned and operated by Claudia Lambert – was recently selected by the Concord Award Program for the 2014 Best of Concord Award in the Beauty Salons category. Claudia’s Signature Salon is located at 113 Storrs St., Concord.

The Health & Safety Council of Northern New England recently relocated its offices and training facility to the first floor of Concord Crossing, 2 Whitney Road, Concord. The previous location was Regional Drive in Concord. For more information, visit concord or call 783-0400.

Northeast Delta Dental Foundation renewed its annual support of the Circle Program’s dental education curriculum at Circle Camp in Groton. The Circle Program has participants from 29 towns in central and north New Hampshire, including the Concord, Plymouth and Laconia areas.

Penny Pitou Travel of Laconia was named “Best Honeymoon Travel Agency” in “Best of Bride 2014” by New Hampshire Magazine’s BRIDE.

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services was named one of 15 recipients of the 2014 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.

The Pre-Adolescent to Teen Center for Health, which sends medical residents from the New Hampshire Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency Program at Concord Hospital to Pittsfield Middle High School, recently completed its 15th year of the program.

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