MEREDITH — The Greater Meredith Program Promotions Committee will be hosting a formal ribbon-cutting for two new businesses to join Main Street. "We're excited to have Providence C&B and Winni Denim join other Main Street businesses and want to welcome them to Meredith with an official ribbon-cutting," said Promotions Chair Jeanie Forrester.
The ribbon cutting for Providence C & B will be at 3 p.m. and for Winni Denim at 3:30 p.m.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:45
WOLFEBORO – The New Hampshire Dental Society (NHDS) recently installed new officers during their annual meeting at Church Landing in Meredith.
Robert M. Maguire, DDS was elected President of the New Hampshire Dental Society. Maguire is a dentist in Wolfeboro, where he has practiced since 1990. After earning his DDS in 1984 from Georgetown University School of Dentistry, he served as a Naval dental officer from 1984-87. He also led the Lakes Region component of NHDS as president in 1992 and 2009. He currently enjoys treating patients of all ages and is focused on preventive care.
"I look forward to serving the Society by continuing to promote dentistry and represent our state's member dentists," Maguire said. "I look forward to being part of a team that continues to speak on legislative, regulatory and dental issues involving the public."
Also installed were: Dr. Peter Welnak of Keene as President-Elect; Dr. John P. Ahern from Derry as First Vice-President; Dr. Paul Thompson of Manchester as Second Vice-President; Dr. Glenda Reynolds of New Hampton as Secretary/Treasurer and Dr. Richard Rosato of Concord as Delegate-At-Large.
The New Hampshire Dental Society is the professional association of dentists in New Hampshire. With more than 800 members, the association represents more than 84 percent of the practicing dentists in the state. To find a local dentist near you, visit www.nhds.org or call (603) 225-5961.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:43
LACONIA — Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) announces a new Associate Degree Program for the Fall Semester 2014 on Prescott Hill. The new Program is Health Information Technology (HIT) through LRCC's Computer Technologies Department.
"LRCC faculty and staff are excited to offer a new and unique program in the Community College System of New Hampshire," says LRCC HIT Department Chair, Sann Lavallee of Belmont, who also heads LRCC's Computer Technologies Department. "What a progressive move for LRCC to prepare individuals to set up systems specializing in the most efficient healthcare information updates that can improve the overall efficiency of patient care."
The main professor of LRCC's new HIT Program will be Donna Morgan of Gilford, a LRCC graduate who earned the Associates in Applied Science with a focus in the Medical Profession in 1994. Morgan also continued for her Bachelor's Degree at Daniel Webster College in Management and Information Technology. Morgan then completed her Master's Degree in Business Education at Southern New Hampshire University.
"HIT is the top topic in healthcare," says Professor Morgan, an Information Technology expert at LRGHealthcare in Laconia for a number of years. "It is extremely difficult to find qualified Health Information Technology professionals in the workplace. In fact, worker shortages have become a top concern according to executives in the health profession."
"Individuals completing LRCC's HIT program could earn over $50,000 a year with a two-year Associate Degree according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics data compiled using actual salaries of health information professionals across America," says Lavallee. "Success of the new HIT Program will be determined by student employment and/or transfer to a four-year institution after graduation. I believe that LRCC Professor, Donna Morgan, is ideal to teach the basic HIT courses given her vast experience in the real world of health information technology."
For additional information about LRCC's new HIT Program, contact the Admissions Department at (603) 524-3207 ext. 6766. One may also call toll-free, 1-800-357-2992.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:39
MEREDITH — Local artist Irene Goddu will exhibit her watercolor paintings at VynnArt Gallery July 11th through the 13th.
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, Irene has dedicated in a career in art since 1991. She formerly resided in Nashua, New Hampshire, for 22 years and now lives in Laconia.
The rich subject matter in New England affords Irene a never ending resource to paint. She chooses to paint peaceful settings and places to ponder in New Hampshire and around New England. Looking to create an emotional response that calms the soul, she enjoys being able to take you back to a place you may have been and to evoke pleasant memories. She creates paintings in all sizes but has a particular fondness for creating miniature paintings that can be as small as 1 inch x 2 inches.
Irene's medium of choice is watercolor with a style that is self taught as a balance between realism and impressionism, where the realism is more painterly instead of being photo realistic. Her paintings have continued to receive numerous awards over the years in local, regional and international exhibits and are a part of many corporate and private collections
VynnArt is located at 30 Main Street, in Meredith (Next to Mill Falls Market Place). For further information go to www.vynnart.com or call (603) 279-0557.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:36
- Civil War Reenactment at Weirs Beach Saturday
- The Wharf Rats return to Pitman's Freight Room this Sunday
- Garden pest seminar at Wesley Woods on Wed.
- Bayswater Book Co. hosting ‘What’s So Great About NH’ author event on Saturday
- Windy Waters Conservancy annual meeting on Saturday
- Record Amount Raised for Charity at Peter Makris Memorial Run