SANBORNTON — Sant Bani School in Sanbornton is hosting a free seminar, "Internet Safety: Best Practices for Children & Parents," presented by educator and consultant Hans Mundahl on Saturday, April 18, at 2 p.m.
Mundahl explains, "the internet is a powerful educational tool for our kids, but there are also plenty of scams, fake websites, and troubling images online. With so many apps, devices, and passwords to manage how can parents help children stay safe online?" At this seminar, he will share practical advice and teach parents useful tips to navigate the ever-evolving world of technology and social media.
Mundahl has been an educator since 1995 when he first stepped into the classroom as a Fulbright exchange teacher in the former East Germany. As a school administrator, he pioneered a values-driven approach to technology integration grounded in meaningful faculty and student engagement. Now an independent consultant, he works with schools across the country and internationally on strategy, training, video production and website/social media. His eBook Teaching with the iPad is available on the iBookstore.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 April 2015 08:59
GILFORD — Iain MacLeod, Executive Director of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness will speak about some exciting new exhibits and upcoming events at the Science Center and also discuss the Osprey Satellite Tracking project at a meeting of the Belknap County Sportsmen's Association on April 16.
Since 2011, the Science Center has been coordinating a project which places satellite transmitters on Ospreys here in New Hampshire and follows their migrations to South America. These Ospreys are watched by students and researchers across the globe. MacLeod will describe a new multi-state Osprey Tracking initiative which include nature centers and schools in 12 states from New Hampshire to Florida.
The Belknap County Sportsmen's Association will be having their baked ham and beans dinner that night starting at 6 p.m. at their club house on Lily Pond Road in Gilford. All are welcome to attend. Cost is $10 per person.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 April 2015 08:52
PLYMOUTH — Circle Program Executive Director, Kathleen Kearn has announced the addition of two talented staff members to the Circle Program team.
Kearns said, "Pasha Marlowe joined us in February as our new Special Events and Marketing Coordinator. Pasha's extensive experience, as a self-employed entrepreneur and owner of the Holland Hill Studio for Yoga and Fitness, has made her passionate about personal health and wellness. Through her studio, she organized and directed at least four fundraising races a year including several 5Ks and triathlons, so she has the know-how to keep our 5th Annual Circle Trot (on April 19th) and our 8th Annual Circle Triathlon (on September 6th) on course."
Pasha is enthusiastic about joining the Circle Program and says, "I am at a point where I am ready to challenge myself personally and professionally working in an organization that serves a larger community. I want to work on a team and with a staff of equally compassionate and service-oriented people...The Circle Program is an ideal fit."
Shannon Rich joined the Circle team in March as its new full-time Associate Program Director. Shannon will serve as assistant camp director at Circle Camp and will organize the Teen Adventure Program camp session for the high school teens. Shannon describes her professional experience by explaining, "For the majority of my career, I worked as a supervisor in a residential treatment setting with adolescent girls struggling with behavioral and emotional disturbances. I consider some of my greatest professional achievements to be building meaningful connections with this age group and helping them to strengthen their social skills, confidence, and resilience. After over 10 years of living in Massachusetts, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to return to my home state to work with an amazing group of women, and to combine my love for working with children and teenagers with my love of nature and learning. I am so looking forward to this and other adventures my position will bring!"
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 April 2015 08:48
TILTON — Mark Johnstone, President of Belknap Subaru, with John Hayes, representing Subaru of New England, presented a check for $12,102 to Richard Jeffcote, CFO of Community Bridges.
The money was raised by Belknap Subaru's customers, selecting the local charity to receive donations under Subaru's National Share the Love Program. Mark Johnstone, President of Belknap Subaru, thanked their customers for participating, and the sales staff, at the dealership for creating the awareness of the critical work done by Community Bridges in the community, said Johnstone, "this is an amazing partnership, customers, local business, and Subaru, coming together to do important things." John Hayes, representing Subaru of New England, expressed his excitement for the annual program, and acknowledged the company's delight in being able to help fund local organizations, so they could continue with their work.
Belknap Subaru selected Community Bridges, as its local partner, and customers could also select from their choice of the following charities: ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals On Wheels Association of America, and the National Park Foundation. From Nov. 20, 2014 to Jan.2, 2015, Subaru donated $250 for every new Subaru vehicle sold, or leased, to the customer's choice
Said Jeffcote, CFO of Community Bridges, "We are humbled by the efforts of Subaru and Belknap Subaru, and will use this money to continue our mission, helping people and families.''
Belknap Subaru is located at 35 Tilton Road in Tilton. They sell and service Subaru vehicles, and others. They have been in business since 2001, and are a Better Business Bureau accredited business partner. For more information about the dealership or Share the Love, call Scott Ives at 603-729-1300
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 April 2015 08:23
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