LACONIA — Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) is offering more Creative Pathway classes on Monday, March 17, and Monday, March 31, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
"Creative Pathway classes are designed to learn holistic living techniques in a fun, informal way," says Class Instructor, Laurie Mayhew (Laconia), a Reiki Master Teacher. "Lessons are informally taught while working on an individual creative project related to the topic. Materials are included in the price of the classes, $35 per class."
"Wish upon a Star" and "Healing Chakra Bell Chime," the first in the series of Creative Pathway classes, were offered in February and were very successful. On Monday, March 17, the next class in the series is "Spring Clearing." Students will discover some of the ancient techniques that can remove negative energy from their aura field and environment. They will participate in a four directions Shaman ceremony and receive a clearing and take tools home to use.
On Monday, March 31, Mayhew will help students connect with four of the powerful Archangels. Students will create a beautiful votive candle holder by using their own creativity and the colors of the four Archangels: Michael, Uriel, Raphael, and Gabriel.
For additional information and to register, call the College at 524-3207. One may also call toll-free, 1-800-357-2992. Students must be pre-registered by March 13 for "Spring Clearing" and by March 27 for "Angel Therapy."
Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 03:09
MOULTONBOROUGH — The next meeting of the Lakes Region Tea Party will be held March 19 at 7 p.m.at the Moultonborough Public Library.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 10:06
BELMONT — Ethel Elizabeth Whelpley, 79, of Heritage Terrace, died peacefully on March 4, 2014, at Lakes Region General Hospital, in Laconia.
Born in Boston, Mass. on April 20, 1934, she was the daughter of Ernest A. and Edna Marion (Scott) Emerson. Ethel grew up in the Arlington, Mass. area and graduated from Arlington schools. She resided in Dorchester, Mass. for many years. She married John A. Whelpley Sr., in August of 1952 and they moved to New Hampshire in 1953. She resided in Franklin for many years before moving to Belmont.
Ethel was an advanced Certified Nursing Assistant and worked for nursing homes and two hospitals over a period of time. She also did home health care for families. She loved to knit and make Afghans for her family, especially for her grandchildren. She also enjoyed NASCAR and reading.
Ethel was predeceased by her husband, John A. Whelpley, Sr., in October, 1993, her son William Edward Whelpley, in October, 2011, and daughter Barbara Jean Whelpley, in August, 1971.
She is survived by her son, John A. Whelpley Jr. and his wife Dixie; daughters, Mary Lou Herbert and her husband Ron, Carol Ann Magee and her husband William; nine grandchildren, two great grandchildren; sister, Carol Ann Pankhurst of Amherst, NY; many nieces and nephews.
A celebration of her life will be held in the First Baptist Church, 49 Church St., Belmont, on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 1 p.m. Rev. James Smith, pastor, will officiate. Spring burial will be held at a later date in the Franklin Cemetery, Franklin.
Mayhew Funeral Homes & Crematorium of Meredith and Plymouth are assisting the family with the arrangements. For Ethel's Book of Memories: www.mayhewfuneralhomes.com
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 1969 07:00
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth State University Associate Professor Daniel Lee has been named to New Hampshire's Economic Development Advisory Council as economist for a three year term.
"I am honored and excited to join the outstanding business leaders at the Council," said Lee. "I look forward to making contributions to help the state's economy move forward."
Lee has taught at PSU since 2012 and has also served as a tourism economist for the state since 2012. Since 2010, Lee has published a periodic economic report, the North Country Economic Index for the state of New Hampshire and Coos County. He is also a faculty fellow at PSU's Center for Rural Partnerships and has engaged in research projects serving the local communities. He is a project economist at the Institute for New Hampshire Studies, and has conducted economic impact studies for tourism-related organizations in the State of New Hampshire.
Carmen R. Lorentz, Director of the state's Division of Economic Development, said Lee will be an excellent resource for the Council.
"Dr. Lee has an extensive background in economics and his familiarity with New Hampshire's tourism economy will be a valuable asset to the New Hampshire Economic Development Advisory Council," Lorentz said.
Thad Guldbrandsen, PSU's Vice Provost for Research and Engagement, said Lee has a great track record in helping define the Granite State's economic development patterns and opportunities.
"Since arriving at PSU, Dan has been quietly, carefully working to understand what makes New Hampshire's economy tick," Guldbrandsen said. "We cannot understand New Hampshire's economy unless we understand tourism. Tourism is the second largest sector in our state's economy. Beyond that, the tourism is a key driver in real estate economy, building trades, and so much more. Dan is the New Hampshire economist that helps us understand what is happening with all of that. His will be a powerful voice for New Hampshire in the future."
"It is really rewarding to see Dan Lee's work recognized by others around the state," added Guldbrandsen. " He certainly deserves recognition for his work. This is also a testament to PSU's climate for research and scholarship that has supported Dan over these years."
Lee earned a Ph.D. in economics in 2007 from the Claremont Graduate University; he is a member of the Regional Science Association International.
PSU Professor Daniel Lee (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 03:05
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