Businesses in the news June 17, 2013
THE CAPITAL REGION FOOD PROGRAM distributed 2.7 tons ($6,300 worth) of nonperishable food June 11 to 16 area food pantries, social service agencies and church groups in Greater Concord as part of its Year-Round Distribution Project.
DUNKIN’ DONUTS restaurants throughout Merrimack County raised more than $5,300 for the Merrimack County Child Advocacy Center. The center’s mission is to protect children, families and the community from abuse and violence. It serves more than 300 children each year.
THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE is seeking applications to finance construction and rehabilitation of rural rental housing. For more information, visit tinyurl.com/mu44xgk. The deadline is Dec. 31.
NHTI, CONCORD’S COMMUNITY COLLEGE, will offer a new, two-year associate degree in robotics and automation engineering technology starting this fall.
Employees of BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION, members and their families will have the opportunity to visit China this fall, Nov. 1-9, for $2,500 per person. An informational meeting on the trip will be held July 9 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the BIA office in Concord. A $500, nonrefundable registration fee is due at the time of registration and full payment is due by July 25. For more information or to RSVP for the July 9 meeting, call 224-5388, ext. 116.
CWS FENCE & GUARDRAIL of Andover and PIKE INDUSTRIES of Belmont were each presented with National Associated General Contractors Safety awards for achieving a zero-incident rate over the past year.