FairPoint Communications recognized its outstanding sales leaders at the annual company-wide sales gathering recently. Ten Granite Staters, were singled out for their top performances in meeting customer needs and outstanding service, including Betsy VanDerWater-Fuller of Epping.
Six Northern Essex Community College faculty members were recently named recipients of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Awards for Excellence, a national honor which recognizes outstanding teachers in the country's community colleges. Local recipients include Jim Sullivan of Stratham, chair of the Department of Academic Preparation and a professor of mathematics, and Bill Zannini of Salem, associate professor in the business programs department.
Core Pediatrics of Exeter was one of two large pediatric practices in New Hampshire to receive statewide recognition for their immunization program. The Exeter practice was presented the 2012 award for Excellence in Vaccines for Children and Adolescents during the New Hampshire Immunization Program's annual conference in March. In presenting the award, it was noted that Core Pediatrics of Exeter consistently provided the recommended vaccines to above 90 percent of their pediatric and adolescent patients.
Better Homes & Garden - The Masiello Group is pleased to announce its 2011 Performance Award recipients for the Atkinson Office: Catherine Zerba - #1 volume and #2 units and Carol Brighi - #2 volume and #1 units. To learn more about The Masiello Group, please visit www.masiello.com.
The Rite Aid Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to Families First Health and Support Center. This grant, the third The Rite Aid Foundation has made to Families First, will help the community health center absorb the cost of providing subsidized health care services to uninsured patients in the Seacoast region.
Enterprise Bank announced that it is donating $25,000 to the Regional Economic Development Center of Southern New Hampshire's (REDC) Business Training Center Tax Credit program. REDC received a Tax Credit Award from New Hampshire's Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA), which funds community development projects through the use of tax credits for NH businesses that contribute. The donation will allow REDC to develop a business training center in southern New Hampshire, with a goal of providing a one-stop shop for entrepreneurs, existing businesses, lenders and community leaders seeking assistance to help them stimulate economic activities in their communities.