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Business in brief - July 6, 2014

Published July 06. 2014 4:00AM

The Young Professionals of Eastern Connecticut will have its next

YPSocial from 5:30-7:30 p.m. July 24 at Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, 305 Great Neck Road, Waterford. This networking event is free to YPECT members, $10 for nonmembers, and includes complimentary hors d'ouevres and drinks. Visit www.chamberect.com/yp.html for more.

The Southeastern CT Women's Network will hold its July luncheon at 11:30 a.m. July 16 at a new location, the Holiday Inn, 35 Governor Winthrop Blvd., New London. The program will feature Connecticut Sun and former UConn basketball player Nykesha Sales who will speak on Women in Sports. To register, visit www.sectwomensnetwork.org.

The cost is $19 with reservations made by 10 a.m. July 14. Walk-ins will be charged $23.

The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut has announced the T-shirt sponsors of the July 13 Sailfest Charter Oak Federal Credit Union 5K Road Race: A Beautiful Company General Contractors; Anthem-Blue Cross Blue Shield; Bondi Commercial Real Estate; Chili's Grill & Bar; Coca-Cola of Southeastern New England; Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative, Conway; Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco; Eastern Connecticut State University; Guinan & Russell LLP; Independence Physical Therapy; MJ Sullivan Automotive Corner; New London Harbour Towers; Overhead Door Company of Norwich Inc.; People's United Insurance Agency-R.C. Knox Division; Steaming Kettle; and United Community & Family Services. The race's media sponsor is Full Power Radio (WBMW 106.5, Jammin' 107.7, Radio 104.1 and 94.9 News Now, Bomba 97.1).

Race registration is 7:30-9 a.m. at Parade Plaza in downtown New London.

Halloran & Sage LLP have moved to 125 Eugene O'Neill Drive, Suite 300, in Mariner Square in New London. Attorneys Thomas W. Boyce Jr., James C. McGuire and Jennifer S. Mullen can still be reached at (860) 437-0370 and fax number of (860) 437-0391. For more information visit www.halloransage.com

Finest Kind Signs, 256 South Broad St., Pawcatuck, is the recipient of the the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce's Business of the Month award for July.

Owned by Cam Bortz, Finest Kind Signs creates signs and graphics, and prides itself on being a source for imaginative design and effective business identity in southeastern Connecticut. Established on Block Island in 1988, Finest Kind Signs moved to the Mystic area in 1990 and to its present location in Pawcatuck in 1994.

S&P Oyster Company, Engine Room, Harp and Hound, and the new Harbour House Restaurant are among the customers served by Bortz and employee Jake Hertzler. For more information, please call Bortz at (860) 234-5402.

Chelsea Groton Bank has announced a series of new product, service and technology enhancements designed to meet the growing demand for mobile and online banking services beginning with the launch of its new website on June 26.

In the next few months an online banking upgrade will occur. Mobile banking, apps, real-time text and email alerts, live chat and an array of online self-service options will also premier.

Along with the new business online banking upgrades, additional cash management products including ACH and positive pay will be introduced.

To learn more about the bank's enhanced online services, contact Lori Dufficy, Senior Vice President and Director of Sales and Marketing, at (860) 448-4184 or ldufficy@chelseagroton.com.

Beltane Farm of Lebanon was among 25 farms and businesses that represented the state in the first "Discover Connecticut" event at the capitol in Washington, D.C.

Beltane Farm, owned by Paul Trubey, makes a variety of goat milk cheeses from the milk of 100 goats.

About 300 people passed through the Kennedy Caucus Room sampling Connecticut products including pickles made by Killam and Bassette Farm of South Glastonbury, local Connecticut oysters, Pepperidge Farm products as well as two micro-breweries. The Mark Twain House, Mystic Aquarium and Mystic Seaport were also on hand to show off their tourist destinations.

Scient Federal Credit Union hosted an employee appreciation event to thank 50-plus employees at the credit union. Scient's Senior Leadership Team, consisting of VPs and Scient's President and CEO, prepared and served a barbeque lunch and raised money for United Way by washing employees' cars in exchange for a donation to the charity. A total of $230 was raised.

For more information, call 860-445-1060 or 877-860-6928, or visit www.scientfcu.org.

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