LACONIA — The Mary Butler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) awarded Denise Sharlow, Executive Director of the Belknap Mill Society a donation of $5,000 for the Belknap Mill Window Efficiency Project. This is the first installment of the $10,000 grant that was approved by the National Society of the DAR.
The Belknap Mill has been evaluating the needs of the building and will be focusing on energy improvements that will benefit the overall efficiencies of the Mill. The Belknap Mill has 87 windows, not including the celestial windows on the 4th floor that can be improved without causing any physical changes to the historic nature of the building. Improvements can be made to the windows that will lower utility costs and positively impact the Mill’s mission of education, history, art and humanities.
Denise Sharlow stated, “It was very nice of the Mary Butler Chapter to invite me to participate in July’s monthly meeting. I enjoyed meeting the members and am very excited to be working with such wonderful women who support our mission of protecting and preserving the Belknap Mill. The funding from the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution will be very helpful toward the overall project completion."
For more information, please contact Rosalie Babraiz at 603-523-8315 or Denise Sharlow at 603-524-8813.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 11:09
LACONIA — High Range Band, a roots-folk-bluegrass group, will perform Wednesday, Aug. 13, in Rotary Park in downtown Laconia, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The performance is part of the weekly summer concert series sponsored by the Belknap Mill Society.
High Range Band has a long list of reviews from national publications. Their 2003 album, "Beyond the Foothills," received numerous accolades.
In September 2005, High Range Band was selected as "A Band to Watch For" by Bluegrass Now magazine.
Co-produced by banjo extraordinaire Bob Carlin, High Range released "Shoulder to the Wheel" in 2007.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 11:05
MEREDITH — State Sen. Jeanie Forrester, R-Meredith, will host a picnic on Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Wicwas Lake Grange in Meredith Center from 3 to 5 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public and includes picnic fare. There will be music by the Bob Kent and the Fugitives and activities for youngsters. There will also be a free raffle for a flag that has been flown over the U.S. Capitol. Those planning to attend are asked to RSVP by Friday, Aug 15. Those who RSVP by Wednesday, Aug. 13, will have their names entered into a raffle for a $50 gift certificate to the Common Man Restaurant.
"This free event is a great big "thank you!" to my constituents for their support. I am excited to be hosting this event at the Wicwas Lake Grange in historic Meredith Center because it is the perfect place for family and friends to gather," said Forrester.
"My number one priority as the State Senator for District 2 is to represent my constituents. This event provides just one more way to be accessible, available, and have a little fun too," Forrester added.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 10:54
PLYMOUTH — Some of the country's top federal, state and local authorities for a wide range of counter-terrorism subjects will be speaking at The Northeast Summit for Cyber Security, Critical Infrastructure and Counter Terrorism at Plymouth State University on Friday, October 3.
Global-threat Research, LLC (GtR) is presenting the summit for law enforcement and emergency management personnel, first responders, infrastructure companies and utilities who must keep up with issues that affect them and their communities.
Focus of the summit will be the three topics that concern most of the nation's counter terrorism authorities. Speakers headlining the summit include Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Michelle Morey, who will speak on critical infrastructure protection and Plymouth State University Assistant Vice President and Chief Information Officer Richard Grossman will be speaking on cyber crime prevention and strategies.
Also Plymouth State University Police Department Special Investigator Jennifer Frank will speak on social media issues and US Secret Service special Agent Daniel Pond will speak about counter-terrorism. Other speakers will include Steven Emerson from the Washington, DC based Investigative Project on Terrorism. His topic will be international and domestic terrorism; the connection and effects.
Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen, US Senator Kelly Ayotte and director of New Hampshire Homeland Security/Emergency Management Perry Plummer will also address the assembly along with several other dignitaries.
The summit is being produced by the Global-threat Research team led by Managing Director Richard Dion, PhD. It will be held at the Welcome Center and Ice Arena on the campus of the University.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 10:28
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