Alene candles looking to honor community leaders, local non-profits

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MILFORD, N.H. – Alene Candles is looking to recognize local leaders as part of its Milford Luminaries program.

The company is seeking to recognize four individuals for their contributions to the Milford community through either their jobs or volunteer work, with each individual getting $1,000 to donate toward a non-profit of their choice.

“The Milford community has been a tremendous host for Alene Candles for nearly 25 years,” said Rod Harl, President of Alene Candles. “We want to do our part by shining a light on the people who make Milford a wonderful place to live and work.”

For more information about Milford Luminaries, or to submit a nomination, visit

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