LACONIA — QB Support Services, LLC, Owner, Charlene Smith of Belmont), will be teaching QuickBooks Workshops this fall at Lakes Region Community College.
The two-day Basic QuickBooks I Workshop will be on Monday, Sept.29, and Wednesday, Oct. 1, from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. The two-day Basic QuickBooks II Workshop will be on Monday, Oct. 6, and Wednesday, Oct. 8, from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Cost is $100 for either workshop.
"I specialize in assisting small businesses, non-profits, and individuals in keeping track of their finances using QuickBooks, one of the most commonly used accounting software programs," says Smith, an LRCC Accounting Honors Graduate in 2010. "I am excited about the opportunity to pass my QuickBooks knowledge along to others in the community. The best way to assist businesses is to help them understand how to set up QuickBooks to maximize efficiency."
Last Updated on Friday, 12 September 2014 10:02
GILFORD — The Gilford Professional Firefighters are excited to announce their 12th Annual Gilford Professional Firefighters Community Golf Tournament, scheduled for Friday, September 26th!! This year's event will once again assist funding the Lakes Region Scholarship in the name of Nicholas Palisi; the WLNH Children's Auction Hose Draggers Pub Mania Team; and the Professional Firefighters Relief Fund. What could beat a beautiful September day? One filled with 18-holes of golf, a catered BBQ luncheon and a chance at great prizes, that's what!! Join the Gilford Professional Firefighters on September 26 at the Pheasant Ridge Country Club in Gilford.
Last Updated on Friday, 12 September 2014 09:56
LACONIA — The annual Harvest of Quilts of the Belknap Mill Quilters Guild will be presented for its 37th year on October 4 and 5 at the Conference Center at Lake Opechee Inn, 62 Doris Ray Court in Laconia. The public is invited to view the veritable feast of color in patterns and shapes on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A special raffle drawing for a quilt made by guild members will take place Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
The event, the result of nearly a year of planning by committee and guild members, will showcase many articles created by this year's featured quilters, Mary Boutin of Gilford and Marlene Morin of Laconia.
A special 2014 Hoffman Challenge exhibit will be featured. People who wish are encouraged to bring in their own quilts on Saturday for appraisals by Julie Crossland, an American Quilters Society certified quilt appraiser.
Besides bringing to the public examples of the centuries-old sewing art of quilting in other forms, such as clothing, the event is a major fundraiser for the 107-member guild as it supports Lakes Region charities and awards scholarships to local students furthering their education.
Other attractions include door prizes, a penny sale, and a boutique, where handmade items will be sold. Coffee and muffins will be available as will a homemade lunch in the Harvest Cafe.
Among the vendors offering items and demonstrations of various skills will be Bittersweet Fabric Shop, Cowles Quilting Machines, Dreamland Machine Quilting, Evergreen Country Primitves Quilt Shop, Inspired2knit, Mad River Quilting, Patches' Quilt Loft and Embroidery, Quilters Treasure, Quilting Corner, North Country Quilters, The Fabric Garden, The Quilted Frog, and Wingspan Crafts.
The center is air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible. Admission is $7 per adult and $5 per student. Parking is free and bus tours are welcome.
Last Updated on Friday, 12 September 2014 09:50
PLYMOUTH — For twenty-six years, the Zonta Club of the Lakes Region has been one of 1,200 clubs worldwide that are part of Zonta International. The members of Zonta have made it their mission to advance the status of women of all ages through service, advocacy, fellowship, and educational programs. In keeping with this mission, the Zonta Club of the Lakes Region has always been incredibly supportive of the girls and teens enrolled in the Circle Program.
This is because the Circle Program shares a direct synchronicity of purpose with Zonta. The Circle Program is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide girls from low income families with new opportunities to develop the skills, courage and confidence they need to handle the challenges in their lives. Circle does this by offering girls a unique combination of adult and peer support delivered through residential summer camp and year-round mentoring programs. Currently, over 90 girls and teens are participating and they come from 29 towns in central and northern New Hampshire including the Greater Concord, Plymouth and Laconia areas.
Due to dwindling membership in the Lakes Region, the Zonta Club of the Lakes Region recently decided to disband as a Lakes Region Club, and join forces with the Concord Zonta Club. They realize that together they will be a stronger club that can do more in terms of service and fundraising. As final gesture of support for the mentoring program, the Service Committee of the Zonta Club of the Lakes Region presented a generous gift of support to Circle. Phyllis M. Corrigan, Committee Chairperson, said, "It has been a pleasure to support your agency [Circle Program] over the years and we wish you continuing success in meeting the needs of those [girls and teens] served."
Last Updated on Friday, 12 September 2014 09:43
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