LACONIA — After some financial setbacks, Laconia High School Theatre Arts reached out to the community to sponsor their upcoming production of Brigadoon. Irwin Motors and CCI (Conneston Construction, Inc) stepped forward to provide support.
"We're so pleased that these community partners came forward," said director Bernie Campbell. "We're a self-funding organization, and we had a rough year last year, so cash was getting a little tight. We're really thankful."
Irwin Motors donated $250 dollars, and CCI donated $100. "That might not seem like much," Campbell said. "But really, that's huge for us. That'll buy enough fabric for all our costumes."
Both companies will be featured in the program for Brigadoon, and on a sponsors board in the lobby before the show.
"It's not too late to give support," Campbell said. "We're always looking for more support from the community. These kids are so committed to what they do, and it's important for them to know that people support the arts."
The Theatre Arts group produces three plays a year, one in the fall, the winter and the spring musical. This year's musical, Brigadoon, will premiere on April 3.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 February 2014 11:44
TILTON — Subway restaurants announced today that it has opened a new location inside the newly renovated Wal-Mart Supercenter in Tilton.
"I'm thrilled to be opening this Subway restaurant in Tilton. I am eager to be able to continue to expand the Subway family and to also provide jobs for local residents," said Jim Rood, a Subway restaurant franchisee. "To be part of a company that values healthy meal options for individuals and families is something that has always been an important issue for me."
"For the comfort of our customers, we added leather seating, including booths, armchairs, and sofas," said Rood. "We thought that this would be nice refuge for the weary shopper."
Rood has worked for Subway restaurants for 14 years and now has several stores in the area.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 February 2014 11:41
FRANKLIN — The Franklin Democratic Committee will host a event which will provide party members and the general public with a meet and greet opportunity with Second District Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster on Monday, February 17 from 4 – 6 p.m. at 40 Gile Road, Franklin.
Those interested in learning more about this organization, regardless of party affiliation, can visit the website: franklindemocrats.org.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 February 2014 11:38
LACONIA — The Vintage Café will be hosting a Paint Along Lunch Event on Saturday, February 15 from noon to 3 p.m. at its' Main Street location in Downtown Laconia to celebrate the Laconia Championship Sled Dog Derby.
LRPA television artist, Larry Frates, will be presenting his well- known Paint Along Workshop following a home cooked lunch which includes fresh salad, hot homemade soup, a half sandwich, dessert, and beverage.
The workshop includes all of the materials and tools needed to complete a personalized painting, matting frame, and protective exhibition covering. The theme for this event will be a winter race scene to celebrate the long standing Laconia Championship race.
"Beginners usually have the most fun because they are willing to try something new and jump in with total enthusiasm," said Frates.
The entire package is $25. Reservations can be made by calling 528-7651 There is a limit of 15 spaces to guarantee personalized service and instruction.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 February 2014 11:36
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