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May 25, 2014

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BEVERLY — Throughout the month of May, North Shore Bank will be collecting items for Operation Troop Support. Established in 2003, Operation Troop Support is an organization from Boston’s North Shore area that serves deployed men and women in uniform from across the country. To make a donation, visit any one of North Shore Bank’s locations and drop-off any of the following items before May 31: sun screen, foot powder, and deodorant. Operation Troop Support is a nonprofit organization with a tax exempt number available upon request. North Shore Bank is a full-service community bank with eight branches in North Shore communities including Beverly, Danvers, Middleton, Peabody and Salem, and maintains an online banking presence at northshore-bank.com.

SALEM, N.H. — Donna H. Morris has been appointed to the position of president of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce. Morris has been serving as the Chamber’s executive director since 2005 and has overseen major growth in both membership and community recognition as the face of the businesses represented by the Greater Salem Chamber. She has become a strong voice on issues that affect economic development and civic interests in the commercial, retail, industrial, and financial areas within the local communities. As president of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce, Morris will focus on overseeing the full operations of the organization while representing the association publicly in concert with key individuals, external organizations and representatives of our communities. The Greater Salem Chamber represents the concerns of businesses in town, county, state, national and international legislation, and political affairs as it relates to the communities of Salem, Windham, Pelham, Hampstead, and Atkinson, N.H.

SALEM, N.H. — Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt opened its doors to serve the Salem community on April 8. The store is one of the ten New Hampshire Orange Leaf stores named Best National Chain - Frozen Yogurt shop by the Best of New Hampshire Magazine. To celebrate the successful launch of their new store, owner Hem Vora recently held a grand opening celebration on May 24. Fifty percent of sales during the event were donated directly to the Salem High School Parent Music Club, a local nonprofit organization that funds all of the music programs at the high school. The event also featured a variety of family-fun entertainment including face painting, a balloon artist and an air brush artist. Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is located at 390 Main St. in Salem, N.H.

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