Business notes for April 29, 2019

Concord Monitor
April 29. 2019

Friends of The Concord City Auditorium have received $5,000 from the Concord Rotary Foundation and $1,500 from Cindy Flanagan’s Concord Dance Academy in support of the Audi’s Stage Curtain Replacement Project.

Red Arrow Diner’s Coconut Cream Pie was featured in Food Network Magazine as a favorite comfort food.

Consolidated Communications donated $1,250 to Families in Transition – New Horizons-New Horizons, an organization providing hunger relief, emergency shelter, safe affordable housing, and supportive services to individuals and families who are homeless or in need.

Voila! For Hair and More at Mill Falls Marketplace was recently sold to Kymm Smith. The 33-year-old business will have a grand reopening ceremony on May 18 with refreshments and sales.

Echo Communications of New London is an award winner in the PINE Association’s New England regional Awards of Excellence Competition. The announcement was made at the Boston Marriott Burlington in Burlington, Mass., on April 11. PINE is the largest trade association to serve printing and graphic communications companies throughout New England.

Citizens Bank donated $7,000 to the Girls Scouts of the Green and White Mountains for financial literacy programs.

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