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* MANCHESTER, N.H. (12/7/07)--St. Mary’s Bank recently gave a $2,500 grant to the Chaplain Emergency Relief Fund to help New Hampshire Army and Air National Guard members and their families. The money will be used to pay housing costs and other expenses, while guard members are fulfilling their service obligations. The relief fund is a private, non-profit fund administered by volunteer trustees, all of whom are New Hampshire Army or National Guard Chaplains. (From left) Ernest F. Loomis, state chair, New Hampshire Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve; Chaplain William Paige, chaplain of the New Hampshire Army National Guard; and Tom Champagne, director of community outreach, St. Mary's Bank. (Photo provided by St. Mary’s Bank) …


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