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TFM Team Places Second at 18th Annual Champagne Putt

The SEE Science Center, located in the millyard district of Manchester, New Hampshire, hosted their 18th Annual Fred Kfoury Jr Memorial Champagne Putt on March 7th, 2019. The mini-golf tournament featured 18 science-themed holes, including one two-story hole. Participants enjoyed a fun-filled evening with plenty of food, beverages, contests, raffles and a silent auction, all for a great cause to benefit the programs of the SEE Science Center.

TFMoran’s fantastic foursome Dan Blais, Eric Salavitch, Tom Burns and Marty Gavin (pictured above left to right) tied for second in the tournament with a score of 33. That’s pretty darn good considering they were competing with over 30 teams! Congratulations!

Thanks to the SEE Science Center and presenter Bellwether Community Credit Union for putting on a great event!

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Supporting the Economic Development and Infrastructure Summit

Dylan Cruess represented TFMoran at the Economic Development and Infrastructure Summit on Wednesday November 14th, 2018. The event, put on by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, was hosted at the Manchester Country Club and was presented by TD Bank. Mr. Cruess was one of the panel members on the Board of Directors.  The keynote speaker, Jeff Speck, who is a city planner and bestselling author, spoke about how economic development is affected by the walkability of a city. The event also featured a presentation about Driving Economic and Community Development through Grassroots Leadership, and an update on the major projects taking place in the Greater Manchester area and how the projects will impact the local infrastructure. Snacks were provided to those who attended, as well as coffee. Sponsors for the event included Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and TFMoran.

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Raising the Banner with Manchester Proud

TFMoran’s Dylan Cruess attended the Manchester Proud Banner Raising last Tuesday. Manchester Proud is an organization of community members from the Manchester area who want to build a better public-school system in Manchester, New Hampshire. They reach out to community members for thoughts and opinions on the current school system and changes that should be made to improve Manchester’s public schools. They plan to host more than 100 listening sessions to hear local opinions and discuss possible changes to the public-school system. On Tuesday November 13, 2018 Manchester Proud held an event to give thanks to supporters, volunteers, and community partners. The event took place at Veterans Park and was attended by many local business owners, school representatives, and the Mayor of Manchester, Joyce Craig. We wish Manchester Proud success in its future endeavors.

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TFM’s Nick Golon Chairs 2017 Manchester Bike Tour

TFMoran’s Senior Project Manager, Nick Golon, served as Chairman for the 2017 Manchester Bike Tour that took place on Sunday, September 10th. The event consisted of a 30-40 mile family-friendly scenic bike tour around the City of Manchester. The purpose of the tour is to support city-wide environmental projects and land conservation through the Manchester Conservation Commission Conservation Fund. Included in the registration was rest stops, admission to the NH Aviation Museum and Western Observatory, snacks, tee-shirt and lunch at the end catered by the Puritan Backroom. Sights along the route include Rock Rimmon, the Piscataquog Rail Trail, Nutt’s Pond Recreation Trail, Aviation Museum at the Airport, Lake Massabesic and the Historic Weston Observatory.

The event enjoyed another successful year and the weather made for a beautiful day! A big thank you to TFM’s Nick Golon and all the volunteers for making the event a success, along with all who sponsored it!