WOLFEBORO — David Baker, Jr., ChFC of Points North Financial has welcomed Andrew Trimble as the financial consulting firm's newest partner.
Trimble has worked in the investment services industry for over seven years, educating clients and helping them achieve financial goals and retirement security.
Prior to joining Baker at Points North, Trimble worked for large firms in Philadelphia and New York City, most recently with Bishop, Rosen & Co. in New York City.
Baker is a veteran of 38 years in the financial services industry and has owned and operated Points North Consulting for 12 years. They are located at 8 Endicott Street in Wolfeboro. "Joining Points North, Andrew brings his fresh perspective, extensive training and community interest and participation to better serve our clients, old and new", said Baker.
"It was time for me to bring my family to this wonderful part of the world" said Trimble. "In addition to my work with Points North, I also get to enjoy my work as coach of the Kingswood High School Hockey team."
Trimble is an avid sports enthusiast and founded his own hockey training company, Scoring Concepts, LLC which teaches techniques and skills to develop hockey players of all ages. Trimble resides in Gilford with his wife Jill and daughter, Blake.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 05:52
LACONIA — The Lake Winnipesaukee Museum is hosting a lecture, The Old Man of the Mountain: Substance and Symbol, featuring Maggie Stier on Saturday , September 7 at 11 a.m.
The story of the Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia Notch is a story of New Hampshire itself, reflecting history, the arts, literature, geography, philosophy and public policy. Maggie Stier's illustrated talk reveals the ways that this iconic place has sparked observers' imaginations, attracted intense personal commitment, and symbolized changing public sentiment.
Stier details the threats to the Old Man and Franconia Notch that led to protection as a State Park and, later, to the construction of the Franconia Notch Parkway. She concludes with an analysis of what caused the fall of the Old Man in 2003, a summary of private efforts to create a memorial, and a discussion of how this unique natural phenomenon may be remembered by future generations. The audience is invited to bring souvenirs, memorabilia or other artifacts of the Old Man of the Mountain for a shared display before and after the program, and to share their own experiences and memories on this topic.
This event is free and open to the public and is made possible by a grant from the NH Humanities Council. RSVP to 366-5950.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 05:49
GILMANTON — The Gilmanton Women's Club will be going on its yearly Mystery Ride on Sept. 9. Club members will meet at Gilmanton Corners Church parking lot between 11-11:15 a.m. to car pool to the secret destination.
Congratulations to the winners of our yearly Gilmanton Women's Club "Basket Raffle" drawn at the Gilmanton Old Home Day celebration at Smith Meetinghouse on August 10.
1st prize Gary Lines. Also, congratulation to Owen Davis the winner of our children's "Guess how many Pennies Jar parking lot".
For more information please call Bernadette Gallant, president at 364-7709 or visit www.gilmantonnh.org
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 05:43
TAMWORTH — St. Andrew's-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church's Annual Rummage Sale will be held on Saturday, Sept. 7th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parish hall at 678 Whittier Road in Tamworth.
The rummage sale always has a wide selection of gently used clothing of all types for members of the entire family, with shoes and accessories and some jewelry available as well. There are also household linens, such as curtains, bedding, and tablecloths, sold at this fundraising event.
This year, there will be a bargain price of $5 per bag of items all during the sale, although there will be a separate area of some specifically-priced items too.
For more information on this event, call the church office at 323-8515.
Last Updated on Monday, 02 September 2013 05:41
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