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Class of 1953 Reunion held in September

LACONIA — Laconia High School class of 1953 held their 60th class reunion at the Top of the Town on September 14. Fifty classmates and guests gathered from several different towns and states.

The class donated $1,000 to the LHS athletic field and building fund. A granite paver will soon be engraved and placed on the walkway at the new athletic field, acknowledging this donation.

The class would like to than Don and Lorraine Flanders for heading all the class reunions over the past sixty years, and all those who worked on the committees as well.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013 09:37

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Ice Out Consignments Hosting workshop on selling online (80)

ALTON — Ice Out Consignments, located at 24 Mount Major Hwy, Alton Bay, will be hosting a 1 hour workshop November 14, from 5:30 to 6:30p.m. on how to sell items on Etsy ©, an online provider.

The workshop will be held in the Lake Room of the store and will cover topics such as Etsy © basics and how Etsy © works, fees, pricing, creating your own account, listings and processing orders. Seating is limited so call Aimee at 875-2030 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to sign up.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013 09:30

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Gunstock Mountain Resort hosts Leadership Lakes Region's Orientation Day

GILFORD — Gunstock Mountain Resort and food partner Centerplate Dining recently hosted Leadership Lakes Region's Class of 2014Orientation Day.
The day began with ice-breaker exercises designed to get the new class of 23 members acclimated to one another and was followed by an overview of the Leadership Program Year.
The Orientation Day progressed with a facilitated discussion on the main topic "Leadership and Your Community" led by two graduates from last year's Leadership Lakes Region's class, Mary MacDonald and David Hall and continued with leaders involved in the 98.3 WLNH Children's Auction. Panelists included Molly King, Program Director for WLNH and Children's Auction Board of Directors, Ed Darling, Board Member, RJ Harding, CEO of Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook and Allan Beetle, Patrick's Pub & Eatery.
After lunch the class took Gunstock's Zip and Segway Tours and then moved to the Aerial Treetop Adventures Course for more team building exercises.
The day concluded with a social hour catered by Centerplate and involving the new class, several past graduates and members of the Leadership Lakes Region Board of Directors.
"The success of today's Orientation, which sets the tone for the year ahead, is due to the outstanding support and sponsorship that we received from Gunstock Mountain Resort and Centerplate," said Leadership Lakes Region Program Coordinator Jennifer McLean.
Other graduates attending the social hour besides MacDonald and Hall were Dona Murray, Joyce Meisel, Kyril Mitchell, Sara Dunham, Peg Purcell, Bill Clark and Paul Charlton. Others in attendance were Alan Robichaud, representing Granite United Way, Kim Sperry, alumnus and Board of Directors for Leadership Lakes Region and Don Morrissey, Board Chairman.
The next Program Day for the new class is History and Culture Day, scheduled for November 6.
For more information about Leadership Lakes Region, please visit the website at -www.leadershiplakesregion.org

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Mayor Mike Seymour Making Fifth Turkey Plunge Nov. 23

LACONIA  — Laconia Mayor Mike Seymour recently visited Opechee Cove Beach and Laconia Middle School to plan his route for the Ninth Annual Turkey Plunge.

Seymour, a long-time plunger in support of the Salvation Army, discussed his plunge strategy with official Plunge mascot, Tommy Turkey. "This is a tremendous family fun-oriented event each year" said the Mayor. "I encourage Lakes Region families to come down to the Beach on Saturday, November 23  11 a.m. to either take the Plunge, cheer on those who Plunge or enjoy the post-Plunge luncheon" Seymour added.

This year's luncheon will again feature food and drink from some of the area's best known restaurants.

Leading that group for the ninth year in a row will be Patrick's Pub and they will be joined by O Steak & Seafood, Fratellos, Kitchen Cravings, T-Bones/Cactus Jack's, Hart's, and the new Junior's Crush House. Beverages will be provided by Lago and Coca-Cola of Northern New England while culinary arts students and faculty from the Lakes Region Community College will handle serving the chili, chowder, soups and stews donated as well as preparing mouth-watering desserts.

Lunch is free for Plungers and open to the general public for a modest $5 donation. Every luncheon attendee will be entered into several raffle drawings for gift certificates donated by local merchants. Anyone interested in registering to Plunge, forming a team of 2-25 members or in donating in support of a Plunger and the Salvation Army may visit the Plunge website at www.saturkeyplunge.org or by calling the Salvation Army at 524-1834.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 November 2013 09:03

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