Business notes for April 8
CONCORD PILATES, SAVING FACES and FUSE WEB AND DESIGN recently moved to the professional office building at 2½ Beacon St. in Concord. Concord Pilates, owned by Mara Sievers, offers classes seven days a week from basic to advanced levels, as well as private sessions. Saving Faces Acne & Skincare Clinic, owned by licensed Estetician and Acne Specialist Cyndi Jarvis, helps teens to adults achieve clear, smooth skin. FUSE Web and Design, owned by Dan Curren and Stephen Smith, provides creative solutions for print and web.
THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE invites members of the community to submit nominations for the eighth
annual Pinnacle Awards.
The awards recognize businesses and individuals for professional excellence and commitment to the community. The deadline for
nominations is April 19.
To download a nomination form, visit concordnhchamber.com.
BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE donated $1,000 to RIVERBEND COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH. The money will be used to help children with summer camp and activities that support their treatment plans and goals.
RPF ENVIRONMENTAL INC. assisted the NEW HAMPSHIRE LUNG ASSOCIATION’S Mold Task Force with the development of a new mold contamination guideline, the Standard of Care for the New Hampshire Mold Industry: A Guide for Citizens Affected by Mold and Moisture in New Hampshire Buildings.
THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY awarded PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE and THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CORE UTILITIES its 2013 Energy Star Partner of the Year award
for their contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emission by delivering energy efficiency information and services to their customers.
The New Hampshire utilities also earned the 2013 Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award for its long-term commitment to energy efficiency.
PSNH, LIBERTY UTILITIES, THE NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE and UNITIL were honored for their successful promotion of the Energy Star Homes program and the Home Performance with Energy Star program.
CONCORD HOSPITAL provided more than $38 million in
programs and services to meet the health needs of
its community members in
fiscal year 2012. More than
$14 million was provided in charitable care to 8,720 patients. The hospital provid-
ed $16.2 million in subsidized health services, $3.5 million
in health professions education and $2.1 million in community health services.
CONCORD ORTHOPAEDICS presented a $25,000 donation to NEW HAMPSHIRE CATHOLIC CHARITIES in support of its Capital Campaign on behalf of the NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOD BANK. The contribution to the campaign directly supports the New Hampshire Food Bank’s new distribution facility.