GILFORD — It's been a long winter for the Lakes Region. Aside from lunch meetings at O's Steak & Seafood in February and the Chase House in March, Opechee Garden Club members have been either snow birds or mostly homebound. They've been digging more snow than gardens. Thinking of spring isn't going to be enough, they want to see spring. Betsy Williams' guest appearance at their April 7 meeting at 1 p.m. in the Gilford Community Church, Potter Hill Road in Gilford should be just the harbinger they need.
Williams will teach flower arranging, plain and simple, from learning how and when to buy, pick, cut and condition flowers and greens to the simple and practical mechanics of how to arrange. Williams' talents include cooking, herb gardening, container gardening, flower arranging, history and stories of herbs and flowers. In 1987, she created the first Fairy Festival, now replicated throughout the country. She is well-known and a featured lecturer beyond New England for her entertaining ways as she weaves stories and legends throughout her informative talks.
Chairs Judy Riley and Maurine Bastille with committee members, Lynne DeVivo, Gail Dyer, Irene Fournier, Elaine Gagnon, Kay Hodgson, Nancy LeRoy, Evelyn Millar, Patsy Moore, Jean Petterson, Simone Routhier, Joni Stover and Donna Ying will serve refreshments.
Opechee Garden Club is currently accepting applications for awards/scholarships through its Evergreen Fund. Individuals or not-for-profit organizations who wish to pursue projects or advanced studies within the disciplines of conservation, environmental science, forestry, agriculture, horticulture, landscape design, or any other area supported by the Opechee Garden Club with a focus on the environment may apply. Applications are available at the address below and are being accepted until April 15.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 08:09
LACONIA — Candice Rogers, a wildlife steward with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will present a program Sunday, April 6 at 2 p.m. Woodside on bobcats. She'll discuss studies the organization is doing in conjunction with Plymouth State University regarding the animal's lifestyle including location, mating, predators and food sources.
Taylor Community is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community whose mission is to provide the highest quality retirement living options to support the independence, health and dignity of community residents. Visit www.taylorcommunity.org and like us on Facebook to keep up with all our events.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 07:42
PLYMOUTH — The New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for 2014 scholarships. This year a total of six $1,500 scholarships will be awarded to deserving Co-op members or children of Co-op members.
Scholarships are available to college-bound high school seniors, students returning to college, and non-traditional students. One scholarship will be reserved for a student entering a vocational or technical institution. All applicants must be a Co-op member, or a legal dependent of a Co-op member. Complete details and applications are available online under the Community menu at www.nhec.coop, or by calling 1-800-698-2007.
Applicants will be judged on work experience, activities, leadership and community contributions, educational and career objectives and overall scholastic achievement. Based on those scores, approximately 12-15 applicants will be invited for a personal interview conducted by the Awards Committee. The deadline for applying is April 25 at 4 p.m. All mailed applications must be postmarked by this date and mailed to: NHEC Foundation Scholarship, 579 Tenney Mountain Highway, Plymouth NH 03264. Otherwise, they may be turned in at NHEC headquarters in Plymouth by 4 p.m., April 25.
New Hampshire Electric Co-op is a member-owned electric distribution cooperative serving 83,000 homes and businesses in 115 New Hampshire communities.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 07:40
MEREDITH — Registration is now underway for the Lakes Region Flag Football League's Women's Spring 2014 Season. This is the women's only version of our exciting NFL Flag Youth Flag Football Program. Women's flag football is a safe, non-contact, fast-paced sport and requires no equipment to play.
The LRFFL Women's Spring Flag Football League is open to all women in the Lakes Region area over the age of 18 (as of April 15, 2014). Registration can be done online at lrffl.com. Form your own team (roster size of 8 minimum and 12 maximum) or join us as a "free agent" and we will find a team for you. Team Captains will be able to register entire team online. Team Captains will choose a team color of t-shirt and a team name.
Registration Fee for the Spring 2014 season of Women's Flag Football is either $350 per Team or $40 for a Free Agent. Payment by credit card can be made online or you may pay by check or cash.
The season will start on Friday evening April 18 with Pre-Season games. We will have a nine-week season, running from April 18 until mid-June, with one hour long games played on Friday evenings at the Inter-Lakes High School turf field. Season will end with Post-Season games culminating in a Super Bowl Championship Game.
Sign up today at lrffl.com and join us this spring for some exciting and safe flag football.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 07:36
- ‘Faces of Laconia’ photo project to be displayed at Taylor Community
- Plymouth Wastewater Treatment Plant wins Excellence Award
- PSU photo book boasts 200 images
- Art Association Artists of the Month On Display Until April 21
- Waterville Valley's Last Run Luau is April 5
- Lakes Region Flag Football Registration now underway