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The Buzz Online

Published Monday Jul 27, 2020

The Buzz Online

In the Spotlight: Fulcrum Associates in Amherst hired Septima Maclaurin as manager of business development. She joins the firm with more than 15 years, including work with E4H Architecture in Boston, Fitzemeyer & Tocci Associates in Stoneham and Roux Associates in Woburn. Most recently, Maclaurin was the director of business development at Chapman Construction in Newton, Massachusetts.

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Concord Hospital Medical Group hired Jessica Gaudiosi, PA-C and a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, to Concord Hospital Neurology and alsowelcomed physician assistant Jacqueline Fournier to Concord Dermatology. Fournier has 19 years of experience and serves as a physician assistant with the Vermont Air National Guard.

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James P. “Jim” Reidy, a shareholder at Sheehan Phinney in Manchester and co-chair of the firm’s labor and employment practice group, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Bar Association’s College of Labor and Employment Lawyers class of 2020.

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The Cooperative Credit Union Association presented a $125,000 donation to its charitable partner, Make-A-Wish NH, marking a 24-year total of more than $3.1 million raised by the NH’s 15 credit unions. 

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HPM Insurance hired Doug Carignan as an account executive who will be working out of the Laconia office. He has been in commercial insurance for more than 30-years with experience as both a company underwriter and a commercial insurance sales executive with several local insurance agencies.  

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New England Vascular Access in Plymouth added a new chief nursing officer, Larry Torrey, to its team of vascular access specialists. Torrey most recently worked as a nursing supervisor at Boston Medical Center and prior to which, spent many years at Tufts Medical Center.

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Drummond Woodsum attorney Thomas Watson, in the firm's Portsmouth office, was awarded 2020 Civil Justice Award by the NH Association for Justice for his commitment to improvement and preservation of the American civil justice system.

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The NH Liquor Commission in Concord is raffling some of the world’s most sought-after whiskies, bourbons, scotches and cordials, including a Craigellachie 33-year-old Scotch to raise $200,000 the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire, Live and Let Live Farm, and Friends of Manchester Animal Shelter. Only 2,000 raffle tickets are available now through September 15. www.liquorandwineoutlets.com/allies.

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The National Alcohol Beverage Control Association recently donated $10,000 to the NH Food Bank on behalf of the NH Liquor Commission. The Food Bank estimates NH has experienced a 57-percent increase—71,000 people—in the number of individuals who are food insecure, meaning they do not know where their next meal is coming from.

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Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Manchester has been named a 2020 Champion in Action in the category of Environmental Stewardship. The award, announced jointly by Citizens Bank and New Hampshire Union Leader, includes $35,000 in unrestricted funding as well as promotional and volunteer support for the organization’s outstanding work.

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