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From left are Thomas Radonich, Alex Alexandre, and Remi Ellis, all seniors on the executive board of the Plymouth State University Investment Club during the Business and Industry Association of NH annual dinner held at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Two of Manchester's former mayors Ray Wieczoreck, left, and Sylvio Dupuis hang out during the Business and Industry Association of NH annual dinner held at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester on Wednesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Dr. Christine Martin, assistant superintendent for Manchester, holds her Partner in Education Award from the Manchester Education Association during a monthly meeting held at Granite Lunch Box Cafe in Manchester on Oct. 10. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Chris Yellen, who owns Celebrate with Santa from Concord, is ready for his season as he enjoys Extreme Chunkin held at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon on Oct. 14 (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Workplace Benefit Solutions of Manchester raised $105,500 during the WBS Harvest Golf Classic on Sept. 18, to support the New Hampshire Food Bank, a program of Catholic Charities New Hampshire. The money will help the New Hampshire Food Bank combat hunger throughout New Hampshire, where 10 percent of residents do not know where their next meal is coming from. From left: David Larrivee, principal, Workplace Benefit Solutions, and Eileen Liponis, executive director, New Hampshire Food Bank. (COURTESY)
Long-time partners and supporters Bob Cox of Manchester Radio Group, with Lisa Lessard and Sherri Stevens of Hannaford, at Child and Family Services fourth annual celebration event Oct. 17, at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford.
Tim Burke, division manager, Tito's Handmade Vodka, plays with Bretta, a 3-month-old puppy staying at the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire. As part of New Hampshire Liquor Commission's Fifth Annual Distiller's Showcase for Premium Spirits coming up on Nov. 9, Tito's Handmade Vodka donated $20,000 to the league. (COURTESY/MATTHEW LOMANNO)
Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard served as keynote speaker at Child and Family Services of New Hampshire's fourths annual celebration event Oct. 17 at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford. Willard is pictured here with CFS president and CEO Borja Alvarez de Toledo. (COURTESY/TOM KALLECHEY)
Couple David and Kim Orsi celebrated their anniversary on Friday the 13th at Spooky World presents Nightmare New England and the Haunted Hayride in Litchfield, with daughter Emilee Orsi and her boyfriend, Chris Beauchesne, and some of their "hauntingly" good friends. The couple was married 22 years earlier at Spooky World on Friday the 13th.