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CPR class in Alton Dec. 16

ALTON — The Alton Fire Rescue department will holding a CPR class on Monday, December 16 at 6 p.m. at the West Alton Fire Station. For more information or to register call 875-0222.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:55

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Zonta Club Members Attend Conference (340)

LACONIA — "Zonta Reflections: Here's Looking at Us!" was the theme of the 65th Annual Zonta International's District 1 Fall Conference held October 25th-27th at the Doubletree Bedford Glen in Bedford, Massachusetts.

The District includes clubs in the New England states and Nova Scotia. Five members of the Zonta Club of the Lakes Region attended: Micheline Roy of Laconia, current Lakes Region president who served as club delegate to the conference, Shirley Perry of Gilford, current Lakes Region treasurer and also 2012-14 District 1 Secretary, Phyllis Corrigan of Gilford, local club board of directors member and Nadine Salley of Tilton and Cheryl Dorfman of Laconia who are both Past District 1 Governors. Ms. Salley currently serves on the local club board of directors and Mrs. Dorfman is the current District 1 Foundation Ambassador.
The conference hosted Zonta International Director, Gabriella Samaro Paphitis from Cyprus, as well as outstanding and inspiring high school student leaders from the Malden, MA YMCA Youth in Government Project.who serve in model governments at the local, state, and national levels. Conference sessions highlighted the current "Zonta Says NO" to Violence Against Women Campaign underway worldwide to bring attention to the issue of domestic and gender based violence. Other presentations focused on advocacy and public relations initiatives throughout the district. Just over $7,000 was raised through a silent auction and club and individual donations to support the Zonta International Foundation service projects and educational awards.
Zonta International is a global organization of executives and professionals with more than 30,000 members working together to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy. Zontians in 65 countries and geographical areas around the world volunteer their time, talent and resources to support local and international service projects, as well as scholarship programs aimed at fulfilling Zonta's mission and objectives. More information about the Zonta International organization can be found on the web at www.zonta.org and www.zontasaysno.com and inquiries about the Zonta Club of the Lakes Region can be made to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:51

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Liquor stores collecting donations for Toys for Tots

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) has partnered again with the United States Marine Corps Reserve "Toys for Tots" Program. The New Hampshire Liquor Commission invites the public to bring donations of unwrapped toys to any of the 77 New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlets now through December 15.

The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program collects new, unwrapped toys each year and distributes them as Christmas and holiday gifts to less fortunate children across the United States. With each toy that is given, the Marine Corps Reserve also delivers a message of hope to encourage children to become responsible, productive and patriotic citizens.

"We are thrilled that the New Hampshire Liquor Commission will be partnering with us again this holiday season," said Daniel Sierra, Staff Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps and New Hampshire Toys for Tots program coordinator. "The commitment and support of local businesses and organizations is crucial to the Toys for Tots program, and we truly appreciate the ongoing commitment of the New Hampshire Liquor Commission."

"Many New Hampshire families continue to struggle financially, and the holiday season can be particularly difficult," said Joseph W. Mollica, Chairman, New Hampshire Liquor Commission. "We are honored to help the Marine Corps Reserve bring a bit of holiday joy to the lives of New Hampshire children who are less fortunate, and we hope people will join us in supporting this wonderful program by donating new, unused toys at select New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlet stores."

The Toys for Tots Program receives the greatest number of holiday toy requests for infants and children ages 10 and older. The NHLC urges the public to consider donating new, unwrapped items such as infant toys, sporting equipment and handheld electronic games this holiday season. Stuffed animals and clothing are not accepted. On select days in select stores, a United States Marine will be on hand and will present customers who donate a new unwrapped toy at that time with a coupon good for 10% off of their New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet purchases through December 31, 2013.

For more information on collection locations, and U.S. Marine visitor events, please visit www.liquorandwineoutlets.com.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:43

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The Bank of New Hampshire appoints a new VP Business Banking Development Officer

LACONIA — Bank of New Hampshire is proud to announce that Melaine Boisvert has joined their team of community banking professionals as Vice President – Business Banking Development Officer.

Melaine has over 34 years of financial services experience including commercial lending, portfolio management and new business development. She will be working out of the bank's Concord Office located at 167 North Main Street and will assist business customers with lending and other financial services in the Greater Concord area.

Melaine is a strong supporter of her community and currently is a volunteer with the NH Special Olympics, United Way, Junior Achievement, Chamber of Commerce membership drives and Kiwanis.

Melaine can be reached at (603)230-4205 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:39

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