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Business ntoes for June 10

PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE received the Environmental Business Council of New England’s Outstanding Environmental-Energy Technology, Application or Achievement award for the installation of a wet flue gas desulfurization system and state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility at the Merrimack Station.

THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE honored the following with Pinnacle awards: Small Business of the Year: IRISH ELECTRIC CORP. of Hopkinton; Business of the Year: GRAPPONE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP of Concord; and Nonprofit Business of the Year: RED RIVER THEATRES of Concord.

SERVICE CREDIT UNION received an A+ rating from Weiss ratings, the nation’s leading independent provider of ratings and analyses of financial services companies, mutual funds and stocks. Weiss has awarded Service Credit Union with the top rating for several consecutive years.

THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is accepting nominations for the 2013 Citizen of the Year award. The deadline is Oct. 4. To download an application, visit

Twenty NORTH BRANCH CONSTRUCTION employees completed training instructed by the American Red Cross to become Adult First Aid/CPR/AED certified.

THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE’s visitor kiosk has arrived at its summer location on the State House Plaza. The kiosk is open until Columbus Day and provides visitors and residents with information on lodging and dining, shops, tourist attractions, historic and cultural events and more.

PHANEUF FUNERAL HOMES AND CREMATORIUM was recognized as part of Granite State Quality Council’s 2013 awards and recognition program. The funeral home earned the Achievement of Excellence, the highest recognition level in the program.

MID-STATE HEALTH CENTER of Plymouth received a Harvard Pilgrim Quality Grant to support a new care strategy called Anywhere Care. Mid-State will use the grant money to pilot the use of high quality, two-way video conferencing to bring a patient and clinician together for a clinical visit.

BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE will move its Plymouth office from its current strip mall location in the hatch Plaza to a standalone building at 6 Riverside Landing on Tenney Mountain Highway. The office is expected to open by October.

MEREDITH VILLAGE SAVINGS BANK donated $4,140 to the NEW BEGINNINGS domestic violence crisis center.

THE CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES released the final rule and the application that provides small employers with easy-to-understand access to health insurance options for their employees. Beginning Oct. 1, small employers will be able to choose from a range of coverage options through the Small Business Health Options Program for their employees for coverage beginning Jan. 1.

GOSSVILLE SHOE REPAIR, a half mile east of the Epsom Traffic Circle on Route 4, opened for business May 20. Gossville Shoe Repair provides a full range of shoe services, including sole and heel replacement, polishing, stretching, seam repairs and complete shoe rebuilding, as well as both modern and historic handmade shoes. The craftsmen also manufacture high-quality, handcrafted leather goods and provide repairs to many leather items.

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