MEREDITH — The Meredith Altrusa Club will again award scholarship money geared to the "non-traditional" student twenty-three years of age and older as of March 1, who is continuing their education.
Scholarships are intended for any of the following: Individuals upgrading their job skills or acquiring skills for job entry; candidates enrolled for a minimum of three college credits at an accredited facility; and graduate students. It is available to applicants living or working in one of the following towns: Meredith, Moultonborough, Center Harbor, New Hampton or Sandwich.
One of the scholarships given will be in memory of Professor Jeanette Ritzenthaler, Ed.D, founder of the Meredith Altrusa Club. Another scholarship will be given in memory of Mrs. Marian Touhey, a long-time member, past Treasurer and co-chair of the Scholarship Committee. These scholarships are called, "The Jeanette Ritzenthaler Scholarship" and "The Marian Touhey Scholarship".
Deadline for the scholarship application is March 27, 2015. For further information contact chairperson, Lorraine Cahill, 476-5919, or co-chairperson, Shirley Currier, 279-8772.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 February 2015 10:33
LACONIA — Melcher & Prescott recently announced its continued support of the WOW Trail with the purchase of $10,000 worth of tax credits. The sale of tax credits is made possible by the NH Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) award of $125,000 in credits to the WOW Trail.
Currently 1.3 miles in length, the WOW Trail is a planned 9 mile recreation path to be built alongside the active railroad corridor through the City of Laconia. When completed, it will showcase the three Lakes for which it is named: Winnisquam, Opechee & Winnipesaukee, as a part of the regional trail network that will connect Meredith to Franklin and the Northern Rail Trail.
"We're thrilled with the Melcher & Prescott's generous support," said WOW Trail Executive Director Gretchen Gandini, "Time and again the Volpe family has proven itself to be an integral community partner, not only providing significant financial support, but also encouraging employees to contribute their time and talents in meaningful ways. Their significant investments are a testament to their ongoing commitment to making the Lakes Region an even better place to live, work and play."
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 February 2015 10:19
BRISTOL —Community Breakfast hosted by the Bristol Masonic Temple will be held on Sunday, February 22 from 7-11 a.m. at 61 Pleasant Street.
All you can eat breakfast open to all. Cost is $7 per person. Child, family, and senior discounts available. The event is hosted by the Sawhegenit Chapter #52 Order of Eastern Star
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 February 2015 09:39
LACONIA — Holy Trinity Catholic School has announced its Second Quarter Honor Roll.
Gr. 3 Principal's Honor Roll: Ashley Holland
High Honor Roll: Leanna Rowley, Julie Vose
Honor Roll: Samantha Armstrong, Olivia Hagan
Gr. 4 High Honor Roll: Drew Hosmer, Christine Pingol
Honor Roll: Cassie Clery, Ean Conti, Ella Dion, Amelia Hosmer
Gr. 5 Honor Roll: Andrew Rowley, Rafael Vazquez, Jet Wang
Gr. 6 High Honor Roll:Maria McGrath, Catherine Pingol
Honor Roll: Ethan Armstrong, Olivia DeMatos, Alexander Ludwig
Gr. 7 High Honor Roll: Kaylee Smith
Honor Roll: Robert Bolduc, Julia Dyke, Kamila Hecka, Tristan MacDonald
Gr. 8 Honor Roll: Christina Beane, Samuel Cooney, Cheyenne Wright
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 February 2015 09:36
- Inter-Lakes’ ‘White’ Math Team finishes regular season in first place
- Moultonborough Lions Club hosting Meet the Candidates Night on March 1
- Plymouth police officer, Wolfeboro firefighter to play in annual ‘Battle of the Badges’ hockey game
- Meredith Parks & Rec plans movie night
- White retires from Franklin VNA & Hospice Board of Directors
- Super Bingo game on Saturday to benefit Lake Winnipesaukee Historical Society