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Chamber holds ribbon-cutting at Infinity Peer Support

On January 12, the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce was pleased to hold a ribbon-cutting at Infinity Peer Support at 55 Summer Street in Rochester.

Infinity Peer Support provides an alternative, peer-oriented approach to mental health wellness and recovery for adults 18 years and older who reside in Strafford County.

In-person hours at Infinity Peer Support are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. For additional information, call (603) 948-1036 or visit www.infinitypeersupport.org.


Appearing in the photo from left to right: Melissa Lesniak-Keller Williams Lesniak Home Team, Councilor Peter Lachapelle-Rochester City Council, Caitlyn Turgeon-HBL Insurance, David Stevens-Hourihane Cormier & Associates, Mayor Paul Callaghan-City of Rochester, Jennifer Marsh-Rochester Economic Development, Wayne Otash, Aaron Rowell, Bonnie Polchies, Bernier Brown, Carol Otash, Melissa Silvey-Executive Director, Kimberly Lucier, Lucy DiGiovanni of Infinity Peer Support, and Mary Henderson-Bank of New Hampshire.

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