Rising Stars Awards honors young NH talent
October 15. 2017 9:10PM
The Rising Stars Awards recognized young talent and companies in New Hampshire at event Oct. 2 attended by hundreds of guests at Fieldhouse Sports in Bow.
The following awards were announced at the event, hosted by Stay Work Play New Hampshire in partnership with New Hampshire Public Radio.
• ‘Shire Story of the Year: Joseph Lattner of Concord.
• Civic Leader of the Year: George Hansel of Keene and Filtrine Manufacturing Co.
• College Student of the Year: Jack Hamilton of Bedford and the University of New Hampshire.
• People’s Choice for Coolest Companies for Young Professionals: Scribe Software of Manchester.
• Coolest Companies for Young Professionals: FoodState of Londonderry and Merchants Fleet Management of Hooksett.
• Leadership Development Program of the Year: Leadership Mount Washington Valley, an initiative of the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce.
• Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Scott Crowder of Meredith and Boxscore, Pond Hockey Classic, EKAL Activity Center at Mill Falls.
• Young Professional of the Year: Russell Talbot of Littleton and the North Country Climbing Center.
“The breadth of young talent in New Hampshire is remarkable,” Executive Director Will Stewart said in a news release. “We are proud to acknowledge the accomplishments of this group of outstanding individuals and organizations in the Granite State.”