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Local Authors will be at Book Signing at Innisfree

MEREDITH — Innisfree Bookshop at the Mill Falls Marketplace in Meredith is pleased to be hosting a local author signing event. Lisa Olech and K.D. Mason will be appearing on Saturday May 3,  from 2-4 p.m. All are welcome to attend and meet the authors.

K.D. Mason, having recently released his fifth book, Evil Intentions, will be signing all of his releases Harbor Ice, Changing Tides, Dangerous Shoals and Killer Run in his popular Jack Beale Mystery Series. He is now working on his sixth book in the series, as yet untitled, and is scheduled for release in November 2014.
A lifelong runner and sailor, K.D. Mason lives on the New Hampshire seacoast with his wife of over 40 years and two cats. Retired from a lifetime of working in the restaurant business, he now weaves compelling tales of mystery, romance and suspense set on the NH Seacoast. Years of sailing in the Caribbean and New England as well as hanging out with an active running community have given him a wealth of story ideas. This summer, audio versions will become available starting with Harbor Ice.

Living and working in the Lakes Region, Lisa Olech is one of our own. Her debut novel is Picture Me Naked. This author/artist loves writing fun and steamy contemporary and historical romance. She believes in ghosts, silver linings, and the power of a man in a tuxedo. Picture Me Naked is the first in her five-book Stoddard School of Art series.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 07:45

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LRGHealthcare offers ‘CSI’ internships

LACONIA — LRGHealthcare is proud to once again offer local teens an opportunity to participate in the popular ‘CSI’ (Caring Student Intern) Program. This year the program would be offered in two one-week sessions. The first session runs from July 14– July 18, the second runs from  August 4 – August 8.

CSI is offered to teens between the ages of 15 and 18 who have an interest in learning about careers in healthcare.  Participants will learn medical skills such as taking blood pressure and respirations, first aid, and more.  Students will also be introduced to various departments throughout the hospital that provide medical services. Upon completion of the CSI program students are eligible to volunteer on nursing floors, working directly with LNA’s (Licensed Nurses Aides). 

Both sessions will be held at Lakes Region General Hospital.  Wednesday of each of these sessions will be held at Franklin Regional Hospital.  CSI is open to students from all local school districts.

Space is limited. For more information or to request an application, please contact the Office of Volunteer Services at 524-3211, ext. 6720 or visit www.lrgh.org to download an application.  All applications are due by Friday, June 1.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 07:38

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Crafts League Hosting Soutache & Bead Embriodery Class

MEREDITH — The League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery will offer Amee K. Sweet-McNamara's Soutache & Bead Embroidery Class on May 17 from 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

While making a beautiful pin which can also be worn as a pendant, students will learn all of the Basics – Aligning & Stacking, Shaping Stitches, Two-Sided Joins and Edge-Beading along with some terrific bonus-skills like making Spirals, working with Super-Duo beads and Layering Components.
The tuition for the class is $45 per student and must be paid in advance, and there is an additional $35 materials fee for the soutache kits which is paid to the instructor the day of the class. To register for this class either call the League of NH Craftsmen – Fine Craft Gallery at 603.279.7920 or visit the Gallery at 279 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.
The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery has a great assortment of colors and designs of Amee's jewelry, which is available to purchase. If you are a fan of Amee's work then be sure to come to the Gallery on July 19th for an exclusive trunk show and new work!! Grow a bouquet you can carry in the palm of your hand. Learn to make beautiful and unique jewelry with NH Chronicle featured artist, Amee Sweet-McNamara. The jewelry that students will make during this class is colorful, unique, beautiful, and sure to get lots of compliments.
This Amee K. Sweet-McNamara's Soutache & Bead Embroidery Class is for "Adventurous Beginners;" – great for folks who have already started working with Soutache or for brand-new students who enjoy truly immersing themselves in a craft in order to learn it well. While making this beautiful pin which can also be worn as a pendant, students will learn all of the Basics – Aligning & Stacking, Shaping Stitches, Two-Sided Joins and Edge-Beading along with some terrific bonus-skills like making Spirals, working with Super-Duo beads and Layering Components.
The tuition for the class is $45 per student and must be paid in advance, and there is an additional $35 materials fee for the soutache kits which is paid to the instructor the day of the class. To register for this class either call the League of NH Craftsmen – Fine Craft Gallery at 603.279.7920 or visit the Gallery at 279 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.
The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery has a great assortment of colors and designs of Amee's jewelry, which is available to purchase. If you are a fan of Amee's work then be sure to come to the Gallery on July 19th for an exclusive trunk show and new work.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 07:35

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Scholarships available through Laconia Legion Post

LACONIA — The American Legion Wilkins-Smith Post 1 is currently accepting scholarship applications for local high school seniors. The deadline for applications is Saturday, May 24.  can be picked up at the Laconia and Gilford High School guidance offices and at Post 1.

This year the Post will be offering four $700 scholarships to area high school seniors that plan on attending post secondary schools next fall as full time students. These scholarships are based on financial need, scholarship and incentive. Additionally the American Legion, Department of New Hampshire offers five $2,000 scholarships, which are vocational specific. These applications are available at the guidance office and are also on line at: www.nhlegion.org.

Wilkins-Smith Post 1, The American Legion, annually sponsors high school juniors to separate programs called Boys State and Girls State. These are separate five-day programs, where interested juniors (heading to their senior year) will become familiarized with local, county, and state government operations. This program has been described as "a week that shapes a lifetime" by those who have attended. Applications are available at all local high school guidance offices and must be received at Concord by May 26. Applications are also available on line at: www.nhboysstate.org. Beginning this year there is a $25 application fee to assure that the student is committed.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 07:30

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