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HEARING ENHANCEMENT CENTERS with locations in Gilford, Rochester, Gorham, Bedford and Concord, announces that its hearing care specialists were some of the first to receive continuing education about NuEar’s latest technologies at a recent NuEar Technology Summit in Eden Prairie, Minn.

ST. MARY’S BANK opened a new mortgage center office in Concord at 2 Pillsbury St., Suite 101. The center offers members one-stop shopping for any mortgage need, from applying for a mortgage to closing.

THE RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE is seeking nominations for the annual Retailer of the Year award. To nominate a retailer for this award, visit Nominations are due by Jan. 6.

BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE is supporting the Monadnock Food Co-Op by providing financing for the project thorough the Modnadnock Economic Development Corp. The bank is also a supporter of 2020 Vision Quest and its mission to inspire people to reach beyond adversity and achieve their highest goals. In addition to the recent sponsorship of 2020 Vision Quest’s Peak Potential Dinner, Bank of New Hampshire’s John Swenson, vice president, loan serving manager, has joined the 2020 Vision Quest Board of Directors.

NORTH BRANCH CONSTRUCTION of Concord has begun renovation of SIG SAUER’s manufacturing plant and office building at its former headquarters in Exeter. North Branch recently completed construction of a state-of-the-art testing facility and upgrades to the manufacturing plant at the new location of SIG SAUER United States Headquarters in Newington.

THE BON-TON STORES raised $263,711 through customer donations from June 17 to July 17 for the AMERICAN RED CROSS.

COLBY-SAWYER COLLEGE in New London has opened its historic campus to the public for corporate and special events. The college offers a variety of venues that accommodate up to 415 guests.

M2 Service Group, owner of ROOTERMAN of Southern
Maine and New Hampshire, has acquired the RooterMan branch of Central New Hampshire.

MERRIMACK MORTGAGE CO. decided to be a Pacesetter campaign for GRANITE UNITED WAY this year. In addition, they were Granite United Way’s pilot group for the e-pledge program, an online giving vehicle.

THE INDEPENDENT BUSINESS COUNCIL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE completed an expansion of its board of advisors to 24.

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