GILFORD — The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a Senior Moment-um program on Monday, Feb. 16.
Those attending will meet at the Community Church Fellowship Hall at 9 a.m. for breakfast, followed by the classic movie "An Affair to Remember," starring Cary Grand and Deborah Kerr. The movie and coffee are free of charge.
Breakfast available for $2 per person, featuring chocolate chip pancakes, sausage and juice. Those interested in having breakfast must RSVP by Friday, Feb. 13.
Those who want further information or to RSVP, can contact the Gilford Parks and Rec. Dept. at 527-4722.
Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2015 10:50
LACONIA — The Irwin Automotive Group will be hosting a special event to introduce the new 2015 Ford F-150 pickup truck on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 11, at Irwin Ford Lincoln at the 59 Bisson Ave. location.
(with an alternate snow date on the 12th)
The event will include food and prizes, along with an opportunity to learn about the 2015 Ford F-150's many features, including its aluminum frame which reduces the vehicle's weight b 700 pounds.
In case of bad weather the event will take place on Thursday, Feb.12.
Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2015 10:45
GILMANTON — The Gilmanton Food Pantry & Thrift Shop will host a Valentine Musical Sweets benefit on Saturday, Feb. 14, featuring music, desserts and a raffle.
The evening will feature music by five local talents, as well as many desserts. A "Cupid" Raffle will be held at the conclusion of the evening. Raffle prizes include a one-night stay at the Inn at Mills Falls, dinner at Fratello's Restaurant, a bottle of wine from the Gilmanton Winery, a gift certificate to Smitty's Cinema and other surprises.
This event is being held at the Gilmanton Community Church, Route 140 in Gilmanton Iron Works. The doors will open at 6 p.m., and the raffle will be drawn at the end of the evening.
Admission is free – donations are welcomed and will benefit the Gilmanton Food Pantry.
Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2015 10:41
LACONIA — Students at the J. Oliva Huot Career and Technical Center will have more opportunities to demonstrate their college readiness in the coming year.
Topping the list of expanded partnerships is a five-credit articulation agreement with Plymouth State University. Through this arrangement, students completing the Huot Center's Bio-Medical Technology program will have the opportunity to earn four credits in biology at PSU and one credit for a lab safety course. Huot Center administration sees this agreement as the first step in an expanded relationship with the University.
"Research shows us that students need to do something beyond high school to succeed in most career fields," explains HTC Director David Warrender. "That could be a professional certificate, apprenticeship or a two- or four-year college. With our programming expanding into areas such as health science, criminal justice and high-end technology, the four-year degree is really becoming the norm." Warrender anticipates the two schools working together on agreements for subjects such as business and careers in education in the months ahead.
For Plymouth State, the agreement means a direct connection with potential students who have already narrowed down their long-term career goals. "PSU is excited to be able to provide Huot bio-medical technology students a direct pathway into our biological sciences and chemistry programs. Enabling these students to advance into rigorous specialized courses provides them with opportunities to engage in undergraduate research, promotes strong student-faculty mentoring and keeps students on a dynamic career trajectory," said PSU President Sara Jayne Steen. "We look forward to developing additional partnerships with the Huot Career and Technical Center that will include business, criminal justice, education and the health professions."
The bio-medical technology program at HTC provides students with authentic laboratory experiences to explore careers as researchers, geneticists, biochemists, epidemiologists, forensic scientists, pharmacists and other clinical laboratory careers. Students learn about DNA and genetics, microbiology, genetic engineering, cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry and immunology. The use and application of advanced laboratory techniques and equipment that replicate the work being done by biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies around the world, and in New Hampshire, is also taught.
Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2015 10:37
- Chiropractor to speak at Taylor Community on Feb. 18
- Franklin VNA & Hospice to offer volunteer training
- Belknap GOP Committee to meet Wed. in Belmont
- Busiel Mill hosting exhibit of works by Velvet Weeks
- New Beginnings benefits from donations from Tilton School students
- Federspiel to display digital artwork at H.A. Rey Center starting February 13