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The Buzz Online
Published Monday, February 13, 2017


Photo courtesy of Digital Prospectors

This Week's Spotlight: Exeter-based technical staffing firm Digital Prospectors donated $15,000 to Families First Health & Support Center in Portsmouth, a community health and family resource center for patients in the NH Seacoast and southern Maine. The donation will be used to support Families First’s health, dental and family services, which last year were used by more than 6,400 Seacoast residents. Since 2010, Digital Prospectors has donated a total of $95,000 to Families First.


Bank of NH, based in Laconia, donated $700 to the Boys & Girls Club of the North Country in Lisbon to help fund its Healthy Kid’s Program. The program will provide each child in the club with a free, healthy snack daily.


Campton Elementary School placed first in Meredith Village Savings Bank's “What’s not to ‘Like’?” Facebook Health and Wellness Grant Contest. The school received $3,000 from the bank, which support wellness programs .


Jennifer Marsh, an economic development specialist with the City of Rochester's Economic Development Department, was named Rochester’s 2016 Employee of the Year. In her role, Marsh provides technical assistance to small businesses and supports ongoing efforts in business retention and expansion.


Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care hired Michael J. Bacotti, who will primarily work with the providers in the Center for Urologic Care’s Men’s Urologic Health Program. Bacotti most recently worked as a physician assistant at Immediate Care for Foundation Medical Partners in Nashua.


Howe, Riley & Howe, a tax, accounting and business advisory firm with offices in Manchester and Portsmouth, hired Sonata McPhail, Julian Omeally, Nancy Frye and Andrea Yacavoni to the firm as associates. They will all be working out of the Manchester office.


Hyndsight Vision Systems in Peterborough, which produces a portable, rearview vision system, became a wholesale vendor partner with Keystone Automotive Distribution, the nation’s largest wholesale distributor of aftermarket automotive accessories and equipment. Keystone distributes to every state in the U.S., Canada and abroad. Hyndsight’s vision system will be made available through Keystone’s 30,000 customer dealer base.


Nathan Wechsler & Company hired Nina Ann Timney as an associate in its Concord office. Timney is expected graduate from Southern NH University in the spring of 2017, and will focus on accounting, compliance, financial statement preparation and income tax return preparation at the firm.


New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp promoted Sara Lauze to AVP, digital banking officer. In this position, Lauze is responsible for digital banking customer support and related systems and services at Meredith Village Savings Bank and Merrimack County Savings Bank in Concord.


ProEx Physical Therapy, a private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine, hired Suzy Bragg as a collection specialist at the company's corporate headquarters in Portsmouth. Bragg was previously the office manager at Pearce Chiropractic in Exeter.


The Town of Londonderry received a  $15,856.64  rebate check through Citizens Bank's Commercial Card Program for the past year.

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