FRANKLIN — Patrons who dine at a local restaurant today can help the Boys and Girls Club of Franklin.
The Franklin Soda Shoppe, 901 Central St., will donate 20 percent of its sales between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. to the Boys and Girls Club.
More information can be obtained by calling (603) 934-0100.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 April 2014 10:00
LACONIA — The the international coming-of-age film "Innocent Voices" will be shown on Monday, May 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the Laconia Public Library as part of the monthly International Film Series sponsored by Laconia Human Relations Committee in cooperation with the library.
The film tells the story of an 11-year-old boy's effort to have a normal childhood in 1980s El Salvador, but finds himself caught up in a dramatic fight for his life as he desperately tries to avoid the Salvadoran Civil War in which the fighting between rebels and Salvadoran government troops is a daily fact of life in the village where he lives.
Previous films shown as a part of this series are now displayed on a designated shelf at the Laconia Public Library as a part of itsr DVD collection. Library patrons are urged to check this collection when in the library.
The Laconia International Film Series is open free to everyone. A brief informal discussion will follow the showing of the film. Light snacks are provided. Feel free to bring a cushion for comfort in viewing the movie.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 April 2014 09:56
LACONIA — The Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce is hosting The Vision Workshop on two upcoming evenings.
The Vision Workshop is a fun, dynamic training that will give participants an opportunity to define, design and experience a life they would love living. Participants will be invited to imagine and design a life they would love to live in the areas of: relationships, health, time and financial freedom, and creative expression/career. A person's potential is far greater than the surrounding circumstances and conditions.
The free, one-hour workshops will be offered at the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce, 383 South Main Street, Laconia, on Thursday, May 1 at 6:30 p.m or Tuesday, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. The Vision Workshop will be led by Emily Clement, contact her to reserve a space.
Clement is a certified Dream Builder Life Coach through the Life Mastery Institute. A life coach helps clients improve their personal or professional lives by offering support, setting goals and holding clients accountable as they transition from where they are to where they want to be. For more information, please visit www.EmilyClementLifeCoach.com, or on Facebook 'Emily Clement, Life Coach', or call (603) 520-6300.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 April 2014 09:53
SANDWICH — Chronic disease specialist Dr. Steve Clark will present an in depth presentation on Saturday, June 14 at 12:30 p.m. at the Samuel Wentworth Library.
Lyme disease has become a concern for many people in the state of NH. Dr. Clark's lecture is aimed to give people increased knowledge and understanding regarding the workings of this complex disease and various treatment options utilizing both botanical medicines and pharmaceuticals. Dr. Clark has been studying and treating patients with both acute and chronic Lyme disease for many years and is a member of ILADS (the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society).
"Lyme disease is a complex problem involving a bacterial infection, your immune response and other problems causing inflammation. There are various reasons that Lyme disease can be difficult to diagnose and treat," said Dr.Clark. "It is recognized that acute Lyme disease is treatable. Chronic Lyme disease, however, continues to be a a political and medical controversy. If you have Lyme disease it can be crippling on all levels. There are various tests and treatments for acute and chronic Lyme disease. The best way to help protect yourself and others is to know appropriate testing and treatments."
Dr. Steve Clark, N.D. a member of ILADS, will speak on the breadth of Lyme disease including your immune response, testing, identifying aggravating factors, and treatments that include botanical medicines and pharmaceuticals.
"Speed, knowledge and precision are of the essence with Lyme disease. Knowing the proper steps can help you treat it optimally, avoid medical pitfalls and continue on your road to wellness," Dr. Clark continued.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 April 2014 09:49
- 'Our Corner of the Sky' concert put on by Interlakes Summer Theater
- Tickets available for UP Syndrome Fund annual meeting on May 16
- Winnisquam FFA members compete at Bretton Woods
- Eastern Star Bean Supper May 3
- Senior Moment-um program on laughter on Monday
- Walk MS Laconia event will set out from Opechee Park on May 10