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Littleton Coin Company comes out big for kids!

Littleton - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern New Hampshire raised just over $2,000 in its annual benefit Bowl for Kids’ Sake. Ten Littleton Coin Company teams, with five employees per team, were able to raise $1,674 in donations. “Littleton Coin teams were great, and came out big for kids!” said Cindy Chew, program director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern New Hampshire.

Big Brothers Big Sisters are volunteers who mentor and serve as role models for children primarily from single-parent homes. Held at Gold Crown Lanes in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, the event generated just over $2,000 which will go toward recruiting volunteers and matching them with the right child. Trophies went to the top three spots, with Littleton teams placing first and third. Joanne Schulle’s Sales team placed first, and Vicki Sullivan’s Customer Service team third.

Littleton Coin Company is one of the world’s leading providers of collectible coins and paper money. The company employs approximately 350 New Hampshire and Vermont residents and occupies a 65,000-square-foot building on Mt. Eustis Road in Littleton, NH.