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BETHLEHEM, N.H. — The Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN) won NH Business Review’s sixth annual Advocate for Women’s Empowerment Award. It was presented Feb. 11 during a virtual ceremony for NHBR’s 2021 Outstanding Women in Business Awards.

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Mike Cryans, of Hanover, and Joe Kenney, of Wakefield, are running for Executive Council District 1, which serves all of Coos County and towns in northern Grafton County.

The Center for Women & Enterprise Vermont welcomed Monique Priestley as Vermont Project Manager for COVID Business Recovery. She will be supporting women business owners across Vermont as they navigate business ownership and cultivating community partnerships to further Vermont’s economic development efforts through the COVID crisis – and beyond.

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Breaking into a career in a creative field anywhere requires a lot of hustle, strong mentors and good luck. That’s especially true in the Northeast Kingdom where potential audiences, patrons, and clients are spread across three rural counties and include seasonal residents and visitors.