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New Northfield location gives J.P. Carter Electric room to grow

NORTHFIELD — In a move designed to more than double its existing workspace, J.P. Carter Electric has leased 1,700-plus square feet of warehouse space in a  Northfield facility.
The four-bay facility will allow J.P. Carter to meet the higher demand for electrical services in the commercial, residential and industrial markets in which they operate. Located at 55 Park Street, the warehouse offers a comprehensive list of what owner Josh Carter was looking for to expand his business.

"In order to meet the growing demand for our electrical services, J.P. Electric required a clean space in an optimal location with a layout that included plenty of parking. Our fleet of eight service vehicles, all with plenty of on-board supplies, required nothing less. Weeks Commercial understood my requirements and showed me just the right spot. This is the ideal location from which to serve our customers - we can't wait to get in to the new space!"

The Northfield facility was leased by Weeks Commercial, the largest commercial and industrial real estate brokerage firm from the Lakes Region to the north country.

Property owner Katie Wilson of Wapiti Development, LLC, expressed her satisfaction with the transaction. "I couldn't be happier that the space is being used by a rapidly growing business in the Lakes Region. The warehouse is an ideal location for a trade such as this. Weeks Associate married the right client with the right property. I look forward to a long relationship with both J.P. Carter Electric and Weeks Associates."

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 August 2013 07:12

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SANBORNTON — The Second Baptist Church of Sanbornton will host an old fashioned summer band concert on Wednesday, August 21 at 7 p.m.

The setting for the concert is the church’s recently renovated gazebo that overlooks Lake Winnisquam and the Ossipe Mountain Range. Moulton Band will play traditional big band favorites. The concert is free and open to the public. Attendees can relax on their own lawn chair or blanket while enjoying the music.

A food concession featuring gourmet frankfurters and hamburgers along with a homemade bake sale will be available beginning at 6 p.m.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 12:06

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MEREDITH — The Meredith Parks and Recreation Department still has openings for Theatre Camp presented by Children’s Stage Adventures! The camp runs Monday through Friday, August 19 –23 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The play this year is Androcles and the Lion. Students in grades K-8 are invited to participate in the theater experience. The final production of the show will take place on Friday night in the Meredith Community Center.

The fee for Meredith residents/taxpayers is $105 per child and $135 for non-residents, which includes a cookout sponsored by Meredith Parks & Recreation on Friday prior to the evening performance.

For more information call 279-8197 or visit www.meredithnh.org under the Parks & Recreation page.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 12:03

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GILFORD — The Gilford Community Church youth group recently spent a week in New Jersey for their annual mission trip. The group took part in the Hurricane Sandy Relief.

Members of the youth group spent four days working on a home that was damaged by the storm. The house was flooded with over 4ft of water. The 14 participants insulated and replaced floors in several rooms. They also worked on the exterior of the house.

This was the seventh straight year the church has hosted a mission trip. Past trips have included New Orleans, New York, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Florida and Vermont. The trips are organized through the Team Effort organization, which provides the group with housing, tools, food, and evening devotion times.

 

CAPTION —  Gilford Community Church youth group member Max Sawyer tears down the exterior wall of a house flooded during Hurricane Sandy. (Courtesy photo)

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 12:01

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