LACONIA — Bank of New Hampshire has announced that Lindsay Cota-Robles has been promoted to Assistant Vice President – Marketing Officer.
Joining the bank in July of 1999, Cota-Robles started her banking career in the Marketing Department. She has held positions as a Database Specialist, Marketing & Communications Specialist, Advertising Manager and Marketing Officer.
Cota-Robles holds a Bachelors degree in Communications from Keene State College. She is a Certified Financial Marketing Professional and also graduated from the ABA School of Bank Marketing. Cota-Robles is active in the community and currently serves as Second Vice Chairman for the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce.
For more information, call 1-800-832-0912 or visit www.BankNH.com.
CAPTION — Lindsay Cota-Robles has been promoted to Assistant Vice President - Marketing Officer at the Bank of New Hampshire. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 19 August 2013 10:57
083013 Live Free Home Health Care Hosts Campers at Muskrats Game (210 w/ 3 col. photo Watch Muskrats)
LACONIA — The evening was clear and warm Saturday, July 27 as the Laconia Muskrats hosted the Newport Gulls in a game that went 12 innings, with the Muskrats coming out on top 3-2.
It was also Live Free Home Health Care Night at Robbie Mills park, as Live Free hosted guests from Central NH VNA & Hospice, Taylor Community, Wesley Woods of Gilford, and 40 campers and staff from Camp Winaukee in Moultonborough.
"One of our schedulers, Tori Searles husband, Jason, is the facilities manager at Winaukee, and we thought what a great idea to have the kids come and enjoy a baseball game as our guests," said LFHHC Co-Owner Jason Harvey.
"It was great fun to watch the campers enjoy the kids games between innings as well as the game itself," said Co-Owner and Clinical Director Jennifer Harvey..
Camper Jackson Meli, 11, from New York, was selected to throw out the first pitch, which sailed straight into the catchers mitt.
"This was the best day of my life," said Meli. "We got to go to a water Park and we were the only kids at camp who got to go to a baseball game...all in the same day!"
Jennifer Harvey RN BSN CDP and Jason Harvey with campers from Camp Winaukee in Moultonborough. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 19 August 2013 10:47
MEREDITH — The Lakes Region Flag Football League is holding a Demo Day on the Inter-Lakes High School turf field in Meredith on Saturday, August 24 between 1 and 4 p.m. This Demo Day will be for rookies as well as our veteran players: boys & girls ages 4-11, assembled into the following divisions: ages 4-6; ages 6-8 and ages 9-11.
A second Demo Day will be held on Saturday, August 31 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. This session will be for rookies and veteran players ages 12-17 in the following age divisions: 12-14 and 15-17.
There is no commitment required, and there is no cost to participate in our demo days.
Information nights for parents/players will be held on Wednesday nights August 21 and 28 at the Meredith Community Center from 5:30-7 p.m. These nights are informal and is not necessary to attend both nights, as format will be the same. This will be a time to try on an NFL Flag team jersey to confirm size, pick-up our Fall 2013 schedule, express an interest in coaching or helping in some other capacity, and ask questions.
Lakes Region Flag Football is an NFL Flag Program and is non-contact football. The league is open to all boys and girls in the Lakes Region area between the ages of 4-17, with 5 age divisions.
For more information or to register online today visit http://www.lrffl.com/home.php.
Last Updated on Monday, 19 August 2013 10:43
GILMANTON — Flax, the plant from which linen is made, was an important crop to 19th century New Hampshire farmers. On August 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., expert Gina Gerhard will demonstrate the process of flax retting--creating linen--as it was done in Gilmanton 200 years ago.
The demonstration will take place at the site of an ancient flax-retting pond on Meetinghouse Road in Gilmanton.
The flax retting pond, constructed and used in the early 1800s, is a unique feature that may be the only one remaining in New Hampshire. Included in the demonstration will be at least one spinner demonstrating how the flax is made into thread.
The site, on Meeting House Road in Gilmanton, is on one of the parcels to be preserved in the Gilmanton's Greatest Views: for Everyone, Forever campaign. The demonstration is free and open to the public.
Photo caption: Gina Gerhard will demonstrate the process of flax retting, the making of linen from flax, on Saturday, August 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the site of a unique flax-retting pond on Meeting House Road in Gilmanton, sponsored by the Gilmanton Land Trust and Gilmanton Historical Society. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 19 August 2013 10:36
- Newfound Audubon Center to host old-fashion barn dance Aug. 27
- Church holding children’s carnival
- VNA and Hospice head honored by NH home care organization
- Many local businesses supporting homebuilding project which will benefit Children’s Auction
- Kuster in Plymouth today to discuss efforts to end homelessness with local veterans, advocates
- Christian musicians to perform at benefit concert in Moultonborough