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The Friends of Carroll County Adult Tutorial Services was chosen as one of 13 nonprofit agencies from the Lakes Region to receive a grant from the Meredith Village Savings Bank Charitable Fund in 2014. The $5,000 grant will help defray the cost of tuition and provide other materials to students participating in adult education courses at Carroll Academy in Tamworth.

Centrix Bank recently sponsored the first annual Great NH Restaurants’ Charitable Trust Golf Tournament. The fundraiser raised money for the not-for-profit FEEDNH.

Lamcor Corp. will be consolidating its two state locations to a central headquarters in Concord. Lamcor manufactures and repairs equipment for paper, printing, plastics and food industries.

The New Hampshire Department of Corrections received an energy-efficiency award presented by the state of New Hampshire. The certificate recognized the department’s recent computer upgrade project, which saved the department about $12,500 per year in energy costs.

Concord Hospital Walk-In Urgent Care was recently selected by readers of Parenting New Hampshire magazine as a “family favorite” award recipient.

The Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region recently announced the departure of the club’s executive director, Cheryl Avery. Pat Anderson, who has served on the organization’s board of directors, will serve as interim executive director.

FUSE Web & Design, LLP in Concord recently was selected by Harley-Davidson dealerships in Laconia and Orlando to spearhead their marketing campaigns. FUSE has also begun working with Fellowship Housing Opportunities of Concord, Stepping Stone Landscaping of Loudon and Air Solutions & Balancing in Auburn.

Franklin Regional Hospital this summer received a 2014 Healthgrades Patient Safety of Excellence award. The award recognizes the top 10 percent of hospitals based on analysis of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality indicators.

Plymouth State University was recently named one of America’s greenest schools by the Sierra Club. Factors included everything from where the campus gets its energy to whether landscapers use native plants and if the cafeterias offer recycled napkins.

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