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October 4, 2011

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The Carrot Project's founder and Executive Director Dorothy Suput said Shady Oaks has "done a tremendous job of test-marketing their product, are filling a gap in local markets and have a business model with high-growth potential, all from an urban agricultural space."

The loans helped Shady Oaks finish renovating its new indoor mushroom production facility and paid for its first round of production inputs and supplies, company partner Nathan Seyler said.

Gandelman appointed director of home care

Living Innovations (www.livinginnovations.com), an agency that provides in-home and community support to the elderly, and people with disabilities and long-term illnesses, has appointed Beth I. Gandelman as director of home care. Gandelman, a longtime marketing and business development professional, will manage the agency's initiatives that provide in-home services to the elderly and people with long-term illnesses throughout New Hampshire, Maine and northeastern Massachusetts. Gandelman brings about 20 years of experience working in home care, assisted living and hospice. Prior to joining Living Innovations, Gandelman was director of business development at a hospice program in Waltham and was regional marketing manager for a private duty home care agency. Prior to this, she was director of marketing and physician relations for a Greater Boston fertility center. She was also an independent sales and marketing consultant for several Massachusetts-based health care clients. For more information, visit www.livinginnovations.com or call (603) 422-7308.

Living Innovations (www.livinginnovations.com), an agency that provides in-home and community support to the elderly, and people with disabilities and long-term illnesses, has appointed Beth I. Gandelman as director of home care. Gandelman, a longtime marketing and business development professional, will manage the agency's initiatives that provide in-home services to the elderly and people with long-term illnesses throughout New Hampshire, Maine and northeastern Massachusetts. Gandelman brings about 20 years of experience working in home care, assisted living and hospice. Prior to joining Living Innovations, Gandelman was director of business development at a hospice program in Waltham and was regional marketing manager for a private duty home care agency. Prior to this, she was director of marketing and physician relations for a Greater Boston fertility center. She was also an independent sales and marketing consultant for several Massachusetts-based health care clients. For more information, visit www.livinginnovations.com or call (603) 422-7308.

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