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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Concord Hospital elected new members to its board of trustees: Chairman David Ruedig; Vice Chair Sol Asmar; Secretary William Chapman; Treasurer Scott Sloane; Lon Setnik and Robert Steigmeyer, members ex-officio. Re-elected trustees include Valerie Acres, Frederick Briccetti, Muriel Schadee, Robert Segal, David Stevenson, Jeffrey Towle, Philip Boulter, Michelle Chicoine, Peter Cook, Philip Emma, Peter Noordsij and Manisha Patel.

Capital Region Health Care elected new members its board of trustees: Chairwoman Meg Miller, Vice Chair and Secretary Valerie Acres, Treasurer Scott Sloane, and Robert Steigmeyer, member ex-officio. New trustees Teri Brehio, BJ Entwisle, Robert Segal and Leslie Walker join existing trustees Sol Asmar, Philip Boulter, MarkBroth, William Chapman, Andrew Ellis, Christian Hallowell, Lucy Hodder, Michael Lynch, David Ruedig, Muriel Schadee, David Stevenson and Jeffrey Towle.

Meredith Village Savings Bank, Merrimack County Savings Bank and MillRiver Wealth Management have recently supported the N.H. Jump$tart Coalition as gold level sponsors, each contributing $3,000. N.H. Jump$tart aims to improve the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth by providing advocacy, research, activities, standards and educational resources.

CATCH Neighborhood Housing received the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce’s Golden Trowel Award at the Chamber’s 99th annual meeting on Jan. 25. It earned the award for its renovation of the Franklin Light and Power Mill, now 45 units of affordable, workforce housing in downtown Franklin. The mill was originally constructed in 1895 and has housed many different businesses, including the Acme Knitting Machine and Needle Company, a foodstuffs warehouse, and rental storage space.

New London Hospital earned the nation’s “Best and Brightest in Wellness” designation from the National Association for Business Resources. The hospital’s employee wellness program was evaluated on several criteria used to benchmark and improve wellness program effectiveness, including outcomes, tracking, participation, leadership and employee input, and culture and environment.