Children’s Dentistry of Lakes Region provides toothbrushes to children involved in Got Lunch! programs
GILFORD — In an effort to continue the mission of local Got Lunch! initiatives – providing healthy lunch options to children throughout the summer months – Children's Dentistry of the Lakes Region is proud to partner with several local GOT LUNCH! programs, supplying toothbrushes to each participating child. Children's Dentistry of the Lakes Region believes eating a variety of nutritious food, together with daily brushing, is a winning combination for overall physical and oral health!
Dr. Melissa Kennell, General Dentist and Dr. Matthew Smith, Pediatric were excited to partner and invite four Lakes Region GOT LUNCH! programs to their Gilford Pediatric Dental Office to express support of the GOT LUNCH! efforts. In presenting over 1000 toothbrushes to Laconia, Gilford, Campton and Plymouth GOT LUNCH!, Dr. Kennell stated, "We recognize that access to dental care in the Lakes Region is available, however, Dr. Smith and I strongly believe that educating the importance of oral hygiene and its impact on general healthcare is something that should be ongoing." Partnering with a program like GOT LUNCH! allows for just that, a direct avenue for a friendly reminder to brush and floss.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 08:22
LACONIA — Due to continuing interest, Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) is offering a second "How to Get a Job" workshop. The workshop is designed to help individuals who are struggling to find employment. In addition to a step-by-step process of finding employment, the workshop will address:
· Building Self-Confidence
· Career Exploration and Job Search Planning
· How to Write and Market your Resume
· The Process of Customizing Cover Letters
· Mock Interviewing and Marketing your Skills
· Understanding the Needs of Employers to Getting that Job!
Lori Mahar of Center Barnstead, MBA, will be instructing the workshop. Mahar is a new adjunct at LRCC for the Spring 2014 Semester, teaching in the Business Management department. Mahar also runs a consulting business, "Lori Mahar Consulting," and is a training and development professional and life/business coach.
The workshop will be held in four sessions, Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, February 26, March 5, 12, and 26.
Register by coming in to Lakes Region Community College, 379 Belmont Rd., Laconia, or by telephone with the Registrar's office at (603) 524-3207. The cost of the workshop is $30.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 03:11
WOLFEBORO — The Wolfeboro Public Library is presenting a Valentine's Day card-making program on Saturday, February 8 from 2-3:30 p.m.
Sue Riddle, Library Assistant, will lead older participants in creating unique cards using gel pens, colored pencils and crayons in a watercolor resist technique. Younger participants will have plenty of glitter, stickers, scissors, glue and paper for creating their own stunning masterpieces. Remember to wear crafting clothes. Feel free to bring card-making supplies to use or share.
For more information visit www.wolfeborolibrary.org or call 569-2428.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 February 2014 11:33
LACONIA — The Belknap Mill has a new, hand-crafted sign to the mark its entrance, courtesy of a group of local volunteers and Mill supporters.
Under the coordination of Tom Tardif, the team worked from an initial sketch to a finished sign embellished with wrought-iron and fixed between two granite posts. "It was a labor of love by all involved," Tardif said of the project.
Tardif's company, Lock 'N Load Systems LLC, provided most of the materials, with Gilbert Block offering the granite posts at cost and providing a boom truck to facilitate their installation. Mo Gouin provided the Louisiana cypress for the sign and did the carving.
"I started with the sketch," Gouin said, "and had to multiply the size by three. I then cut the lettering into plywood, and transferred that onto the cypress that I had brought up from the south." The sign includes the Mill logo, a representation of the historic textile mill that dates back to 1823. The sign is framed in wood and surrounded by the iron work of J.P. Hobby.
J.P. Hobby, who is a firefighter-paramedic with the Laconia Fire Department, has been doing blacksmithing since he was a child and, with his father, Russ Hobby, he took the concept for the iron work and created a design that would showcase the wooden sign. Incorporating the "BM" for Belknap Mill in a circle above the scrollwork, he forged a metal frame to surround the sign and hold it in place.
On one of the coldest days of the year, Gilbert Block brought in the boom truck to help place the granite into the holes Tardif had dug for the structure. The installation proceeded without a hitch.
"It was a pleasure working with all these guys," Tardif said of the project.
"I want to say thank you from all of the trustees for coordinating and building the new sign for the Belknap Mill," said Executive Director Denise Sharlow as she expressed her appreciation to Tardif for his continued support of the Mill.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 February 2014 11:29
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