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1 Hal Jordan, president and chief executive of the Greater Manchester Family YMCA, and Randy Katanga were among the more than 550 people on hand at the Y's recent 21st annual Reach Out for Youth and Families event at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester.

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2 Shown at the ceremonial ribbon-cutting to mark the start of the recent New England Eco-Hospitality Expo, at the Radisson in Nashua, are, from left: Steve Lambert, general manager, Radisson Hotel Nashua; Robert Varney, former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 1 administrator and now senior vice president at Normandeau Associates, Bedford; Dan Ruben, executive director, Boston Green Tourism; Michelle Veasey, manager of the New Hampshire Sustainable Lodging and Restaurant Program; and Nancy Henderson, owner of Sunset Hill House, Franconia, and board president of the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association.

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3 From left, Smaller Business Association of New England President Bob Baker, Raytheon IDS Director, supply chain and quality, Joel Taves, Raytheon IDS Director, integrated supply chain, netted supply integration, Lisa Aucoin and Fred Kocher, president of the New Hampshire High Technology Council, are shown at the recent 'Raytheon IDS: Technology for the 21st Century' event held at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside. More than 140 were on hand to hear about Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems' latest technology as part of the company's outreach to small businesses.

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4 Granite State Dairy Promotion Director Amy Hall of Belmont, left, displays an aspect of a marketing plan co-designed by Lakes Region Community College graphic design student Abbey Dow of Loudon. Dew, along with fellow LRCC student, Debra Foote of Andover, created the plan based on a potential affiliation between New Hampshire Motor Speedway and 'Lily,' (shown on the T-shirts) a lovable, contented, friendly and remarkably personable cow.

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5 Gov. John Lynch, right, listens as Michael Gray, founder of Global Relief Technologies briefs him on how GRT's technology is used by emergency responders and relief workers in New Hampshire. Lynch was visiting the company's Portsmouth headquarters.

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6 Maria Cerventes, a 2005 Jayme's Scholar award winner and now a Breakthrough Manchester teacher, meets with guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli, at his recent appearance at The Stockbridge Theater in Derry to benefit Jayme's Fund for Social Justice. The fund awarded $10,000 in grants and scholarships this year to local and global programs.

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7 Citizens Bank and WMUR-TV recently recognized Laconia Area community Land Trust as their newest Champion in Action. Shown at the announcement are, from left, Cathy Schmidt, president of Citizens Bank New Hampshire, Linda Harvey, executive director of Laconia Area Community Land Trust, and Jeff Bartlett, general manager of WMUR-TV.

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