Business notes for April 1
BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE supported the LACONIA AREA COMMUNITY LAND TRUST with a $150,000 donation toward the Avery Hill capital infusion project.
LUCKy DOG TAVERN AND GRILL of Plymouth took top honors in the Squam Lakes Association’s 2013 Winterfest
Chili Contest. The Lucky Dog was one of nine local restaurants participating in the contest.
COMPANY C of Concord was presented with the ARTS Award for Area Rugs by
ART, the nonprofit Accessories Resource Team and the Dallas Market Center. The ARTS Award program is the only international program in which retailers, manufacturers and sales representatives are celebrated by their peers for excellence in 25 different categories across the decorative home accessories
THE NEW ENGLAND HANDICAPPED SPORTS ASSOCIATION in Newbury was awarded $1,500 from the HARVARD PILGRIM FOUNDATION’S Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant program. These funds will help provide equipment for the winter sports clinic – a week of winter sports for disabled veterans.
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND is taking part in a program called Beyond Jobs that provides job training and placement services to women.
LRGHEALTHCARE employees completed their main fundraising drive for the United Way, setting a record of $122,500 for the organization.
THE TANGER OUTLET CENTER COACH store was recognized as a Patriotic Employer by the New Hampshire Employer Support of Guard and Reserve Military Outreach.
LEADERSHIP LAKES REGION received a $2,500 grant through the NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION. The grant will be used for operational support of Leadership Lakes Region.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE LIQUOR COMMISSION, in partnership with SOUTHERN WINE & SPIRITS AND DIAGEO, raised $11,500 for Moore*Mart Charity, an organization that supplies deployed military personnel with care packages containing food, hygiene products and entertainment items.
U.S. CELLULAR has opened a new location at 240 Loudon Road in Concord. The new 1,800 square-foot space features three phone bars designed to allow customers hands-on access to mobile devices and interactive touch screens to compare similar devices and plans side-by-side.
PATS PEAK became Pets Peak March 11-15. Skiers were encouraged to bring pet items and get a $10 Pats Peak Cafe Card. Also, for every online ticket sold, $15 of their $30 lift ticket went toward a donation to the Concord-Merrimack County SPCA or Canine Guardians for Life. A total of $4,935 was donated from the lift ticket sales.
FISH WINDOW CLEANING has opened a new franchise location at 319 Commerce Way #4 in Pembroke. The location serves the areas of Concord, Hooksett, Suncook, Bow and Manchester. Fish Window Cleaning is owned and operated by Michael Johns.
the first-ever online version
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Industry Association of
New Hampshire provides
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