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New Hampshire company recognized for volunteerism

The Spirit of New Hampshire awards honor contributions throughout the state.

| November 14, 2013

LACONIA, N.H. – CBH Landscape Contractors in Laconia, N.H., will be recognized in an annual recognition program administered by Volunteer N.H., in collaboration with the Office of the Governor. The Spirit of New Hampshire awards honor outstanding contributions to volunteerism throughout the state of New Hampshire and augment other local recognition events that show appreciation for the work of community volunteers and volunteer programs from across the state.

This year’s Spirit of New Hampshire Awards is set for November 14, 6-9 p.m. at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, N.H. More than 90 different volunteers and organizations from all over New Hampshire will be recognized for their commitment to service and New Hampshire's tradition of volunteerism. CBH Landscape will receive a Volunteer Champion Award.

The company was founded by Christopher Haddock in 1989. The company gives back to the community, donating time and resources to help make the Lakes Region a better place to live. The company’s community service involvement includes, but is not limited to Adopt-a-Spot and Welcome to Laconia landscape beautifications in public places.

For more information on the Spirit of NH Awards, visit www.volunteernh.org/html/home.htm.

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