PLYMOUTH — Speare Memorial Hospital will be holding an inaugural Shamrock Shuffle 5K health walk/run on Saturday, March 15 at 9 a.m. The start/finish is at the Plymouth Regional Senior Center, down by the river "behind" Main St. in Plymouth.
"We are excited to leap toward spring with our first ever 5K," says Michele Hutchins, Speare's director of community relations. "We designed this event in response to outcomes from our Community Health Needs Assessment. Our community has told us they want access, to and information on, more ways to put active living in to play in their own lives. As an untimed, health walk/run we are trying to appeal to a broad spectrum of people and athletic abilities."
Hutchins continues, "Whether you've been active all winter and looking to transition to the upcoming race season, an avid walker logging steps on a pedometer, or simply motivated to move more as the days get warmer and longer, this event can be that first step. The course winds its way through the streets and neighborhoods of Plymouth, and is sure to raise your heart rate and your spirits as we get ready to welcome spring."
Like so many initiatives, Speare's Shamrock Shuffle 5K wouldn't be possible without broad community support. Speare is partnering with the Central New Hampshire CERT & MRC to help ensure the safety of walkers/runners on the course. Additionally, special thanks goes to the event sponsors: Pot 'o Gold Sponsor New Hampshire Electric Co-Op; Four Leaf Clover Sponsors Medical Reimbursement Specialists, Mike's Country Kitchen and Mountain Medical Aesthetics; and Leprechaun Sponsor Lisa's Personal Training Studio.
The registration fee is $10 per person, children age five and under are free but must be registered. Advance registration is open and forms are available online at www.spearehospital.com.The first 100 registrants will receive an event t-shirt. Registration will open at 8 a.m. on March 15 at the Plymouth Regional Senior Center.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 08:16
LACONIA — LRGHealthcare is actively seeking Reiki practitioners for its new Volunteer Reiki program. Reiki is a non-intrusive healing technique that complements medical treatment. LRGHealthcare will offer Reiki services in the Hematology/Oncology Unit, Surgical Services at Lakes Region General Hospital and Franklin Regional Hospital, and upon request.
LRGHealthcare volunteer services is searching for caring, and reliable volunteers to become Reiki volunteers who are at least Level 2 Reiki certified and at least 18 years of age or older. Volunteer shifts are available 7 days a week.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 08:11
PLYMOUTH — The Enterprise Center at Plymouth is pleased to present the next workshop in the Small Business Legal Series with Devine Millimet, Overview of NH Taxation for Small Business Owners on Thursday, March 20, from 7:30-9 a.m.at the Enterprise Center at Plymouth (ECP).
Justin Vartanian, of the legal firm Devine Millimet, will provide an overview of the New Hampshire taxes which may be applicable to small business and discuss tax planning and compliance strategies.
Following this workshop, a Devine Millimet lawyer will be available for consultations at the ECP.
As a member of the firm's Corporate Department concentrating in business and tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, non-profit organizations, and general corporate law, Vartanian counsels clients about a variety of corporate practice areas ranging from entity formation and corporate financing to transactional planning and negotiations. Well published on a variety of legal tax aspects, Vartanian is becoming a regular speaker on the topic of NH taxation for businesses. Prior to Devine Millimet, Justin's experience includes the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, the U.S. Attorney's Office of New Hampshire, the legal department of the Boston Stock Exchange, and the Attorney General's Office of Massachusetts.
Upcoming workshops in the Small Business Legal Series will meet the third Thursday of the month from 7:30-9 a.m. in the Conference Room at the Enterprise Center at Plymouth. Topics include: Employee vs. Independent Contractor in April, Raising Seed Money in May, and Fair Use in Copyright and Trademark in June.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 07:04
HOLDERNESS — Learn how you can process your own big game animal, from field to freezer, at a free workshop being offered at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness on Saturday, April 5.
The workshop will take place from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. To sign up, call the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center at 603-536-3954.
At the workshop, Rick Warbin, owner of Baker River Deer Farm in Wentworth, will give participants a basic overview of the steps involved in processing your own big game animal. The workshop will cover topics such as basic field dressing, tips to avoid meat spoilage, skinning and capeing, equipment needs, determining cuts of meat, boning the meat, and packaging tips. The instructor has many years of experience in the butchering business, so bring all your questions.
For more information on Fish and Game's Owl Brook Hunter Education Center, visit http://www.HuntNH.com/Hunting/hunter_ed_center.htm.
Activities at Owl Brook are supported by federal Wildlife Restoration funds, a user-pay, user-benefit program supported by an excise tax on hunting firearms, ammunition and archery supplies.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 06:59