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August 26, 2012

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WINDHAM — Southern NH Internal Medicine Associates announces its return to Windham, at the r

enovated Castle Commons building, 49 Range Road.

Southern NH Internal Medicine offers primary care for adults, with physicians board-certified in the specialties of internal medicine, cholesterol management, rheumatology, geriatrics, and infectious diseases.

Southern NH Internal Medicine will collaborate with Derry Medical Center, Derry Imaging Center, medical subspecialists, and a diagnostic laboratory to offer high quality, efficient and accessible care, including evening and weekend hours. Opening is planned for this fall. For more information, visit snhima.com.

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ANDOVER — Fred C. Church has moved its Andover office at 91 Main St. to new office space at 89 Main St., Suite 201. Other than the new second floor location of the same building in downtown Andover, there will be no other changes for Fred C. Church customers. Office hours will remain the same as well as the customer service representatives.

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BEDFORD — Frederick’s Pastries hosted a sampling event on Aug. 25, at their Bedford shop, located at 25 South River Road. Along with Frederick’s Pastries’ free samples, attendees were treated to a live broadcast from Frank FM 106.3, which added musical entertainment to the event. For more information about Frederick’s Pastries, visit pastry.net.

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METHUEN — Injured Workers P

harmacy (IWP) announces its partnership with Kids’ Chance of America.

Perhaps the largest, yet most important burden children could face is funding their own education. Although it is difficult to afford higher education in general, the children of injured workers are faced with additional stress. Not only are they concerned with locating financial resources to pay for their education, they are also coping with the overwhelming repercussions of a parent’s injury.

Kids’ Chance seeks to lessen this burden by providing scholarships to deserving individuals nationwide. Kids’ Chance takes patient advocacy one step further by caring for the children of injured

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