MEREDITH — Sculpture artists are invited to submit an entry application to participate in the second annual Meredith Sculpture Walk. This is a year round outdoor juried exhibit. Sculptures are positioned throughout Main Street, Lake Winnipesaukee lakeside parks, and Mill Falls Marketplace.
Sculptures will be installed for a period of 12 months on one of 25 highly visible locations. Secure bases are provided as required.
The Meredith Sculpture Walk Committee promotes the Sculpture Walk and its participating artists. A $150 stipend is offered to artists to defray installation expenses.
A plaque is located at each site identifying the artist and displaying his or her contact information.
An online and printed brochure with Walking Map map is published annually, locating and identifying each sculpture and artist. Direct links to the artists are included.
Regular press releases are targeted to local and regional media outlets.
Applications can be made online or applications and images may be mailed to:
Greater Meredith Program
PO Box 1417
Meredith, NH 03253
Deadline for submission is March 31.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 10:02
NEW HAMPTON — The New Hampton Garden Club members have begun planning for the new year and the program committee is planning a number of interesting programs for the coming months.
To get the year started, there will be a Books and Blooms show at the Gordon-Nash Library. Members of the Garden Club will design and create beautiful floral arrangements using a favorite book as inspiration. These will be on display from Tuesday, January 20-Saturday, January 24. This is open for the public to come and enjoy the results of their artistic expression. These designs will be placed throughout the library, so visitors can browse at their leisure and enjoy the designs.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 09:57
PLYMOUTH — Members of the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Co-op) interested in being considered for nomination to the Board of Directors should submit their material to the Nominating Committee by 4:30 p.m. on January 29. More information is available on the Board of Directors page at the NHEC web site (www.nhec.coop).
"The Co-op seeks highly qualified members with diverse personal, professional and geographical backgrounds, as well as broad education and experience," says Fred Anderson, President/CEO at the Co-op. "As a member-owned, non-profit organization, serving on the Board of Directors is one of the ways members have a direct impact on how this democratically controlled organization is run. It is an important and rewarding job."
Board members are elected to three-year terms. Four of the 11 seats are up for election this year. Election ballots will be mailed to all members in May. Winners will be seated at the Annual Meeting of Members, Tuesday, June 16.
The Nominating Committee meets numerous times to review the applications and interview candidates for the Board of Directors. After completing the process, they nominate a slate of candidates to be included on the ballot. The candidates selected will be identified on the ballot as having been nominated by the Nominating Committee.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 09:53
MOULTONBOROUGH — Seven members of the Moultonborough Lions Club attended a training session in Concord, along with fellow Lions from all over the state of New Hampshire, to get a better understanding of the Operations KidSight Program (OKS) and to get some hands on experience with the Spot Vision Screener.
Thanks to a $53,000 matching grant from Lions International 15 Spot Vision Screeners have been purchased to be shared among the clubs, bringing the total number of screeners to 19.
Lion Mark Cotrupi has volunteered to coordinate the OKS program for the Moultonborough Lions Club.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015 09:44
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