© 2019 Bring Back the Trades, Inc is a New Hampshire nonprofit corporation exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Federal Identification Number (EIN) 84-2249435

 Thank you to our "Spotlight" sponsors!

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Pella of New England

Servicing New Hampshire & Maine

Pella Corporation is a leader in designing, testing, manufacturing and installing quality windows and doors for new construction, remodeling and replacement applications. We have been recognized for our leadership in energy efficiency and sustainable business practices. With Pella, you not only get outstanding quality and energy efficiency for your new or replacement windows and doors, you also get the experience and service of local Pella professionals who are proudly committed to your satisfaction.

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Artisan Electric

Founded in 1987, Artisan Electric has provided high quality electrical services and exceptional customer service for residential, commercial and industrial customers throughout New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts.

Artisan has been an early supporter of Bring Back the Trades helping to fund scholarships for everyone!

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Seacoast Cars & Coffee Cafe

The Seacoast Cars & Coffee Cafe is an open concept Cafe designed for today's "On the go" professional and automotive enthusiast. With free WiFi and plenty of space to spread out and spend your work day. We offer easy parking and an array of seating options for the individual, the whole team, or even your company event. Conveniently located at the Mall at Fox Run, the all new Seacoast Cars & Coffee Cafe celebrates our love affair with the automobile in a tasteful, productive, relaxed environment. Whether you're looking for a place to work for the day or just a comfortable spot to meet with friends, SC&C Cafe is the third place you've been waiting for.

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Rye Lions

The Rye Lion's are a diverse cross section of our community, sincerely interested in supporting our community and the Lions' mission of fighting preventable blindness.    We hold business meetings on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m in the lower level of the Rye Library.   Social meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. except June, July and August.   Visitors are welcome at any meeting. 

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Tim Lea Restoration.

We specialize in concours restoration of 65-70 Shelby and Mustangs. Whether Div 1/Thoroughbred or Div 2/ Concours our track record speaks for itself. Our cars win national titles at the highest level consistently, period. We have the credentials, we know the judges and we know where to get the parts. Whether you are going for the gold or just want your car as correct as possible we have the means. With over 40 years of experience, including judging (SAAC concours judge, MCA gold card Shelby judge (through 2016), and Mid America head judge) our expert skills can get you there. Cars that were restored even 10 years ago are hardly competitive any more because of the evolution of the knowledge and quality of the cars.

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North Hampton Community Media

North Hampton Community Media is a resource available to residents of the town. 

NHCM operates channel 22, broadcasting LIVE  and online municipal meetings as well as civic, school events, and locally produced programs. Our online services provide the town with 24/7 on-demand viewing

Channel 22

Channel 22 is our cable television station available for residents of the town, and can be found in the lineup of your Comcast subscription. Programming is always subject to change due to live broadcasting of events. 

Our scholarships are made possible through the support and generosity of our sponsors and by donations.