Hometown Heroes 2021


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It’s been a challenging year, but once again, people across our region have stepped up to solve problems and make a difference. Ledyard National Bank is proud to support the 2021 Hometown Heroes, who were nominated by members of the community and selected by editors of the Concord Monitor.


School nurses have been on the front lines of New Hampshire schools’ daily battle against COVID-19, with a goal of keeping case numbers low enough...

Bonnie Sargent manicures Penacook, mowing around the Union soldier at the rotary like she was cutting the lawn in her own front yard.It’s a common...

The pandemic has added many challenges to the daily lives of families since March 2020 when the world shut down. For most of this past year, kids...

Fred Potter is needed when Route 4 turns angry.He’s a tow truck driver assigned to assist police and firefighters on one of the most dangerous...

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Thank you to everyone who nominated the Hometown Hero in their life. We received more than 70 nominations this year, and while every one of them is making a difference in their community, we could only select 10.

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