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Keeping Your Keys Rescheduled for Dec. 13 at Taylor Community (135)

LACONIA —  Because of a scheduling conflict, Keeping Your Keys - a program designed for senior drivers and their families – has been postponed until Friday, Dec. 13 at 1 p.m. in Taylor Community's Woodside Building, 435 Union Ave. The original date was Nov. 1.

Cindy Chickering, a 33-year veteran with the American Automobile Association and a licensed Personal Lines Insurance agent for 23 years, will present the program. Chickering will discuss how driving skills change over time and how older drivers can adjust to these changes to continue driving.

She'll also talk about available resources to extend safe driving careers, the importance of proactively managing the driving career, and planning ahead for driving retirement.

The event is free and open to the public; however, preregistration is required. To RSVP, call 524-5600, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 10:53

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PSNH Grant Supports Northfield Project

NORTHFIELD — Northfield Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce that his organization has been awarded a $2,500 Community Development Grant from Public Service of New Hampshire.

"One of our goals is to increase the profile of both the town and its businesses" said NEDC president Keith Murray. "We are grateful for PSNH's support of this endeavor."

He noted that grant will help provide funds for a message board on Rt. 132 that will be used to promote Northfield businesses and help defray cost of 'Welcome to Northfield' signs, which will be especially useful along the town's main business corridor, Rt. 140. "Because Northfield shares the 03276 zip code commercial developers and visitors do not always realize that when they cross the Winnipesaukee River they have entered a different town and a different county" said Murray, "Thanks to PSNH we will be able to address this problem."

"PSNH is pleased to be able to assist the Northfield Economic Development Corporation with promoting their community and enhancing economic development", said Donna Keeley, Community Relations Specialist.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 10:46

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Gunstock/Centerplate is hosting the October 30 Business After Hours

 

GILFORD — Gunstock Mountain Resort and Centerplate will host a Business After Hours with the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce and invited guests on Wednesday October 30 from 4-6 p.m.

Gunstock's impact on the Lakes region is evident in all seasons and this is a great opportunity to see the Gunstock Mountain Adventure Park, and preview what is coming for winter.

The Gunstock Mountain Adventure Park is quickly becoming a key destination for summer travelers. Gunstock is New Hampshire's largest zipline destination with 22 ziplines in both the Aerial Treetop Adventure and ZipTour which boasts the longest controllable speed ziplines in the continental US. The combination of Adventure Park/Events and Campground attract over 125,000 visitors during the summer months.

This past summer, Gunstock invested $1,000,000 for the coming winter with additional lighting, a new snow cat, Snowmaking and trail improvements. The new Terrain Based Learning Center which will offer the new skier and snowboarder a ground breaking way to learn utilizing natural body movement.

The new Center is also going to give the staff of learning center professionals the ability to reach a new level of fun for both themselves and the new skiers and snowboarders. As it will feature several elements including: Rollers, a Sluice, The Dish, The Spine and a Mini Pipe, making the transition to the mountain more realistic.

For more information about this event contact the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce at 524-5531. Registration is now open on the Chamber's website at www.lakesregionchamber.org.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 10:39

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Plymouth Rotary's 63rd Annual Penny Sale is November 2

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Rotary is gearing up for its 63rd Annual Penny Sale being conducted on Saturday, November 2 at 7 p.m. at Plymouth Regional High School. The event draws over 500 fans and friends from all around the state who look forward to this evening of games of chance, several grand prize raffles, food, and music.

This fun-filled family event is sponsored by premiere event sponsor, Bank of New Hampshire with additional support from New Hampshire Electric Co-op, Meredith Village Savings Bank, Community Guaranty Savings Bank, Mayhew Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank, Bridgewater Power Company, and Construx, Inc.

Prizes for the event range from dining gift certificates, vaccinations for pets, ski passes, a kitchen sink and even dental work. Each item becomes part of a list of 50 prizes which are raffled off individually to the people who hold raffle tickets for that list. Tickets may be purchased for 50 cents. Five rounds of lists of 50 prizes are offered, with the last round containing prizes worth $50 each or more.

Four grand prizes will also be awarded to the lucky ticket holders of the grand prize raffle drawing. Prizes include $500 cash donated by Community Guaranty Savings Bank and Bridgewater Power Company; 100 gallons of home heating oil donated by Dead River Company; and a $200 shopping spree offered by Hannaford Bros. Co. and CMD Bookkeeping.

The Penny Sale is Plymouth Rotary's way of helping local students prepare for the challenges that lay ahead as they approach further education after high school. The Plymouth Rotarians annually offer scholarships to assist deserving students as they seek out traditional 4-year colleges, vocational/technical training, or return to school after work experiences. The Plymouth Rotary also raises money to support local non-profits and other community development initiatives.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 October 2013 10:34

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