BRISTOL — The Bristol Rotary Club is pleased to announce that Jesse Austin, a Junior at Newfound Regional High School, is the winner of this year's Rotary Speech Contest.
The Speech Contest is an annual event sponsored by local Rotary Clubs. High School students are encouraged to present a five minute speech on a current Rotary Theme- this year's theme was to discuss the Motto of Rotary "Service above Self". Jesse will now be eligible to move to the Regional Level of competition. Jesse will present his speech in competition with other local students today at the Lebanon Rotary Club's weekly meeting. The Bristol Rotary Club would also like to congratulate Nicole Hayes as our 1st runner up in the competition.
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 February 2014 09:51
PLYMOUTH – Are you feeling overwhelmed by all of the social media channels? Not sure which ones are the most effective for your business? Come to the Enterprise Center at Plymouth on February 18, from 5:30-7 p.m. for an in-depth look at the most popular social media sites to help you determine the best channels for your business.
This workshop is designed to help the small business owner realize that not all social media is created equal, and what might work well for a neighbor might not be best for your business.
Debbie Bolduc, owner of BizBuzz Marketing Partners in Laconia and NH native who understands the unique economic culture of the Granite State, will help you identify the best social networks for your business based on your target market.
Using some of the latest data to compare the most popular social media platforms, you will walk away with a better understanding of the particular channels that meet the needs of your business and your customers. With a focus on defining your target market and learning what social media channels your ideal customers frequent, you will be better equipped to engage them, nurture relationships, and increase calls to action.
Debbie Bolduc, owner of BizBuzz Marketing Partners, a boutique marketing firm focusing on the needs of small businesses, has worked with and for small, independently-owned New Hampshire businesses most of her life. With a degree in Advertising Design and Marketing, Debbie serves as Consultant, Branding Manager, Marketing Director, Public Relations Assistant, Project Manager and Social Media Coordinator. Debbie is an active volunteer for the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce, a member of Women Inspiring Women, and Solo PR Pros. She also serves on the board for the Belknap Independent Business Alliance (BIBA).
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 February 2014 09:46
BRISTOL — On Friday, February 21 at 5:30 p.m., Bristol Baptist Church will be holding its monthly movie night. Located at 30 Summer Street on Rte 4, the event will beglin with refreshments and followed with the movie "Joseph, King of Dreams. There is no charge. For more information, call 744-3885.
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 February 2014 09:40
MEREDITH— Local senior, Elisabeth Hutchins is working on her achieving the Gold Award in Girl Scouts, which is the highest award award that Girl Scout Ambassadors can earn. To earn this award she is working with area teens to make hand knotted friendship bracelets that will be given to teen patients at local hospitals as a way of letting them know that someone their age is thinking about them and hoping they get well soon.
Hutchins began to develop this idea when she was working on her Bronze Award in Girl Scouts in 2009. During this time her troop made quilts and donated then to David's House at Children's Hospital of Dartmouth. Upon delivery, Hutchins saw how happy families were to receive the quilts and wanted to make a difference in the lives of the teens and preteens that were patients in area hospitals. Shortly after this experience Hutchins began taking on her bracelet making project, to benefit patients in the Lakes Region.
Laura Brusseau, a freshman social studies teacher at Inter-Lakes high school and former Gold Award recipient, requires her students to be involved with community service projects each quarter. After hearing about Hutchins charitable endeavors, Brusseau agreed to allow her students to help make the friendship bracelets as part of their community service hours. This collaboration between the two parties has helped them achieve community service hours, while simultaneously helped members of the community.
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 February 2014 09:37
- Greater Meredith Program Meeting Postponed until Feb. 17 (180)
- Future Business Leaders Chapter Enjoying Busy Year at Belmont High
- Speare Memorial Hospital to Host Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours
- Meredith Altrusans served healthy dinner for 40
- Spirit Guide Workshop Saturday in Meredith
- Meredith Village Savings Bank Provides Financing for Woodlands Tavern