Mayhew Program Elects Seven New Trustees

BRISTOL — At the annual meeting of Mayhew's Board of Trustees, seven trustees were elected to three-year terms.

Newly elected members include Jim Barry of Gilford, Lisa Bottomley of North Hampton, Garvin Eastman of Bridgewater, Graham McSwiney of New London, Steven Rothenberg of Hopkinton, Marty Sink of Manchester, and Scott Stephens of Campton.

Mayhew is a nonprofit program focused on challenging and helping at-risk New Hampshire boys to believe in themselves, work well with others, and find their best. In 2014, Mayhew is serving 205 boys through its residential summer and school year mentoring programs. Thanks to the generosity of its many contributions, boys participate in the Mayhew Program tuition-free for up to six years.

Mayhew is a partner agency of the Granite, Greater Seacoast, and Monadnock United Ways.