Businesses in the news June 24, 2013
LAKES REGION GENERAL HOSPITAL in Laconia and FRANKLIN REGIONAL HOSPITAL in Franklin are the first two hospitals to be part of the New Hampshire Meat Hospital Program, an effort to provide institutions with locally raised meat. To kick off the program, MILES SMITH FARM of Loudon set up product tastings at Franklin Regional Hospital on June 4 and at Lakes Region General Hospital on June 6 where staff and visitors sampled locally raised beef.
GREEN MOUNTAIN of Pembroke, an integrated communications solutions provider, was awarded the Massachusetts Department of Transportation project to furnish and deliver trailer-mounted, wireless-capable, light-emitting diode portable variable message signs and truck-mounted displays that meet the department’s requirements.
THE LINDSAY CENTER FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE AT ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL in Concord earned a LEED Gold rating and upheld a commitment to environmental stewardship.
THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE welcomed the following new members: ANNIS & ZELLERS, Concord; EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS, Concord; IMMERSIV X INC., Concord; MARBLE PERFECT, Alton; PARK PLACE OFFICE RENTALS, Boscawen; RTM COMMUNICATIONS, Bedford; and STRINGS and THINGS MUSIC, Concord.
THE NORTHEAST RESOURCE RECOVERY ASSOCIATION recognized the town of WOLFEBORO with the Most Tonnage Recycled Through NRRA Per Capital in 2012 award. Wolfeboro utilized 17 NRRA programs including electronics, fibers, plastics, asphalt shingles and scrap metal, and recycled 1,901 tons through NRRA in 2012.
THE HOME BUILDERS AND REMODELERS ASSOCIATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE and its BUILD GREEN NH program has been recognized as one of Home Innovation Research Labs’ 45 Green Partners in Excellence for 2012-13.
HERMIT WOODS WINERY received the support and funding needed working with MEREDITH VILLAGE SAVINGS BANK and BELKNAP COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT to purchase its future home, a building at 72 Main St. in Meredith. The bank loaned the funds needed to purchase the building, along with a construction loan to bring the building up to date. Belknap County Economic Development also contributed funds toward the purchase of the building, as well as funds to purchase the necessary winemaking equipment and to expand production to meet the expected demand of the new location.