Business Notes for July 8
ACT ONE CREATIVE of Concord was named to help brand a statewide environmental outreach program called “Soak Up the Rain New Hampshire” by the NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES. The goal of the program is to assist New Hampshire home and land owners on ways to protect and restore clean water through reductions in storm water runoff and pollution from private properties.
LINCOLN FINANCIAL FOUNDATION is helping to strengthen educational opportunities and reduce the dropout rate in New Hampshire through $155,378 in recent grants to 12 local nonprofit agencies that sustain learning. The Lincoln Foundation awarded $50,000 over two years to CITY YEAR NEW HAMPSHIRE for its Whole School/Whole Child program. Other grants included: $25,000 to the CONCORD BOYS & GIRLS CLUB; $15,000 to NEW HAMPSHIRE PUBLIC BROADCASTING; $10,000 to CONCORD FAMILY YMCA; $10,000 to the UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOUNDATION; $8,000 to CHIlD AND FAMILY SERVICES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE; $8,000 to the CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE; $6,378 to THE FELLS; $6,000 to the CIRCLE PROGRAM; $6,000 to STRAWBERY BANKE; $6,000 to YMCA OF GREATER MANCHESTER; and $5,000 to the GIRL SCOUTS OF THE GREEN AND WHITE MOUNTAINS.
TEAM LACONIA EYE & LASIK CENTER earned the title of 2013 champions at the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce’s annual golf tournament June 17 at Lochmere Golf & Country Club.
SERVICE CREDIT UNION opened a new, in-store branch at 683 Tenney Mountain Highway inside WALMART in Plymouth.