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Barrington’s Best – 5 Up and Coming Businesses in the New Year

2020 is a banner year, and even more so in Barrington where we are booming and growing as we mix history with the community. We at Barrington Town News believe that recognizing those businesses in the community that is growing and providing places of employment and enjoyment is important. With the rise in social entrepreneurship, giving back and the focus on building local community we took a look around our town and these were some of the businesses we saw were giving back.We’re certain there are other deserving companies – so if you would like to nominate one, and the reason why – mention it in the comments below, or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For Service to the Community -Esther Sawyer CPA, LLC

In business for 20 years, this 2-year transplanted home-based business exemplifies partnership, giving back, and integrity.Esther and Chris Sawyer moved to Barrington because of the quality of life, and have focused on getting engaged in the community and their local church.Both are active in leadership in the American Legion, donate time to the Strafford County Homeless Center, participate in local fundraisers such as the Peepers race.

For Employment Opportunities – Turbocam International

This worldwide organization employs over 900 people and is still growing.It is the largest employer in New Hampshire – and has developed a culture of giving and developing bases for jobs and wealth development both in the US and in other nations.

For Wildlife Protection and Education – Wildlife Encounters and Ecological Center

Founded by Derek Small, Wildlife Encounters and Ecological Center introduces people to animals, through an educational program designed to teach and familiarize us with common animals and exotics.This company does more than its fair share in animal rescue and recovery and sports more than a few alligators to prove it.Money made from the educational programs often go into the rehabilitation of animals that have been mishandled in the past.

For Food and Enjoyment – Kozy’s Pizza

Kozy’s may have been around for twenty years, but in 2014 it got new owners and a fresh spin on pizza delivery.Last summer, it went through an expansion, opening a craft beer brewery, and now offers its own homebrews – from the cellar to the tap.Known as a local community gathering spot, they aim to continue building community one mug at a time.

For Connecting People and Pets – It Takes a Village Pet Care

Not only are Traci Bisson and her team running a quality pet care organization, licensed and accredited – they give back to the community and non-profit organizations through their dog walking club.This year they have dedicated proceeds from events to Elder Pet in Durham,Mary’s Dogs of Northwood and Granite State Dog Recovery in Manchester.It Takes a Village Pet Care has been running since 2016, and growing and thriving as well as giving back.