Hometown Heroes 2022


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OUR 2022 COMMUNITY PARTNER

While the challenges continue, so do the good works done by our neighbors, our teachers, our health care providers, our volunteers and so many others. This is their story. Ledyard National Bank is proud to support the 2022 Hometown Heroes, who were nominated by members of the community and selected by editors of the Concord Monitor. Nominate your Hometown Hero today.

 
 
 
 

Nominate a Hometown Hero.

Every time curriculum coordinator Jule Finley directs a new theatrical production with the Franklin School District, she buys a new Funko pop...

On Oct. 9, 2019, a stranger from North Carolina named Carson McLean noticed a photo of Kraig Emery on a website.Emery was raising a glass of beer...

In Penacook, Ruth Speed digs like an archeologist, and she’s been studying her village’s past for 70 years.At 78, she’s seen a lot, like the change...

Mike Manning was making his daily commute home from work down Merrimack Street in Penacook in 2015 when he saw a sign that gave him an inkling: An...

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