Concord area business notes

Published: 6/30/2019 3:28:50 PM

Meredith Village Savings Bank donated $10,000 to HOMEteam for its mission to provide greater access to quality consumer education for those seeking to buy or maintain a home. 

Mainstay Technologies was recognized for professional excellence and their commitment to the community by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce at a ceremony on June 6. The company won the Pinnacle Award for Business of the Year. 

Merrimack County Savings Bank and MillRiver Wealth Management have pledged $30,000 to The Community Players of Concord in the form of sponsorships to be spread over the course of three consecutive years. The money is part of a fundraising campaign for future renovations to its studio. 

Franklin Savings Bank awarded over $17,900 in scholarships to 17 seniors from six area high schools to include Franklin High School, Gilford High School, Merrimack High School, Merrimack Valley High School, Newfound Regional High School, and Winnisquam Regional High School. The scholarships were awarded through the FSB Scholarship Fund.

Plan N.H. named its 2019 scholarship and fellowship recipients. The class includes: Tim Allen of Chocorua, studying for a master’s in architecture at Roger Williams; Maddie DiIonno of Concord, studying community and environmental planning at UNH; Jordan Peck of Concord, studying architecture at Roger Williams; Megan Pelissier of Jaffrey, studying architecture at Norwich University; Hannah Perry of Derry, studying architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology; Sheldon Rogers of New Durham, studying architecture at Norwich University; Logan Stevens of Concord, studying civil engineering at UNH; and Katiemae White of Farmington, studying for a master’s in resilient and sustainable communities at Prescott College.

People’s United Community Foundation donated $10,000 to Spaulding Youth Center to support its residential program. 

The Pilcrow Foundation gave a grant to Sanbornton Public Library to provide 68 new hardcover book and 22 math and science themed books.


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