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1 Rock Roberge, left, and his wife Kristen Roberge spent the ninth annual Comcast Cares Day at Families In Transition in Manchester where employees landscaped and painted four floors of the complex as part of the company's day of community service. Local Comcast employees and their family members and friends also worked at the Manchester Animal Shelter and at the Webster House.

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2 Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas delivers family-inspired dishes to patrons at Z food & drink's Seriously Amateur Chef Night, held recently at the Manchester restaurant. Proceeds were donated to Easter Seals and Moore Center Services.

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3 Will Stewart, left, community services specialist for NeighborWorks Greater Manchester and Jackie Collins-Riddick, second from left, resident and Community Leader at NeighborWorks Greater Manchester's Silver Mill property, and Robert Tourigny, executive director of NeighborWorks, accept a $15,000 donation from Claudia Carr, assistant vice president of Citizens Bank, on behalf of The Citizens Bank Foundation.

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4 About 150 people attended the recent Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held at the Ananda Professional Building in Salem. Among them were, from left: Hugo Overdeput of Grubb & EllislColdstream Real Estate Advisors; Jim McDonald of Contour Design; Karen Goodman of Southern New Hampshire University's Salem campus; and Dr. Deepak Sharma of Arun Real Estate, owner of the Ananda Building.

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5 Gov. John Lynch and Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas recently joined members of Building on Hope as they broke ground on their 2010 community improvement project, the White House Intensive Residential Treatment Facility for young men, an Easter Seals NH facility in Manchester. From left: Karen Van Der Beken, senior vice president for development and communications, Easter Seals; White House resident Mike, age 17; Emily Shakra of Nick Shakra Real Estate, co-chair, Building on Hope; Governor Lynch; Mayor Gatsas; architect Jonathan Halle of Building on Hope; and Rick Broussard, co-chair, Building on Hope and editor of New Hampshire Magazine.

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6 Tom Clairmont, center, LRGHealthcare's president and chief executive, and Suzanne Stiles, LRGHealthcare's vice president of and support services, recently accepted a $10,000 title sponsorship donation from Laconia Savings Bank president and chief executive Mark Primeau for the upcoming LRGHealthcare Golf Classic to benefit the HealthLink program.

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7 At the recent opening of the spring art exhibit at Art 3 Gallery in Manchester are, from left, Pat Howard and Diana Duckoff of Manchester and Meena Gyawali of the Manchester Economic Development Office.

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