The Pelham Economic Development Committee partnering with The Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce, the Pelham Public Library and Citizens Bank invited speakers on the topic of Traditional and Non-traditional funding sources for small business.
The PECD, GSCC, Pelham Public Library and Citizens Bank invited MaryAnn Manoogian, the Executive Director of the Women’s Business Center at Southern New Hampshire University to speak to Pelham NH businesses and residents.
In January of 1929, in order to spur more summer resort vacationers, lots of 1600 sq. ft. of land around Little Island Pond were given away for free with the purchase of 3 lbs. of coffee. These ‘coffee lots’ are still in existence today, and offer camps and summer retreats for residents and visitors.