MEREDITH — Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) is proud to support the New Hampshire Humane Society (NHHS) as a Silver Paw Sponsor for the organization's annual "Paws for a Cause" comedy night and auction fundraising event.
Attendees will enjoy an evening of heavy hors d'oeurvres, entertainment and laughter on Thursday, August 7 from 6 pm to 9 pm at Church Landing in Meredith. In addition to the comedy show featuring the Cristine Hurley and Paul Gilligan, two up-and-coming New England based comedians, there will be many wonderful auction items to bid on, including diamond and sapphire ear rings, Red Sox and Patriots memorabilia, a GoPro Camera, a vacation package to Ireland, sculpture, art, pet related items and many unusual and whimsical pieces.
"Wonderful support from local businesses, like Meredith Village Savings Bank, is essential to the success of our fundraisers," said Marylee Gorham-Waterman, Managing Director at the New Hampshire Humane Society. "We cannot tell you how much this contribution means to the 1,300 animals we care for each year at New Hampshire Humane Society."
Tickets for the event are $65 per person and can be purchased online at www.nhhumane.org, via phone at 603-524-3252 x301, or at the New Hampshire Humane Society, located at 1305 Meredith Center Road in Laconia.
New Hampshire Humane Society has long been a forward thinking agency in terms of community outreach initiatives. Pet Therapy, Internships, Pet Food Pantry and a vibrant volunteer service program have been mission accomplishments since the new building was unveiled in 2006.
As a private stand alone non-profit charitable organization, NHHS relies on the support of individuals and businesses aligned with the Society's basic tenets, speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves. No animal is euthanized for time or space restrictions, rather all are assured care and comfort until adoption – no matter how long the wait might be. For more information about the humane society, please visit www.nhhumane.org.
Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 08:49
MEREDITH — The Greater Meredith Program will hold an official opening for the Meredith Sculpture Walk on Monday, July 28, at 5 p.m. at the Chase House Patio, 300 Daniel Webster Highway. The public is invited to attend. Guided tours of the sculptures will be offered.
Sponsored by the Greater Meredith Program, the Meredith Sculpture Walk is a committed to developing awareness and enjoyment of public art in Meredith, for both residents and visitors. It is a year-round, outdoor, juried exhibition featuring works by 18 New England artists.
Twenty-three sculptures have been installed and placed throughout town in high-visibility areas along Main Street, at the Mill Falls Marketplace and in the Hesky and Scenic lakeside parks.
Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 09:37
SANBORNTON — Vendors are being sought for Celebrate Sanbornton which is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Celebrate Sanbornton will take place at Town Hall, the Gazebo, the Library, Lane Tavern, Lane Tavern field and the farmer's porch, at the Life and Safety Building, at the UCC church. The rain date is Sunday, Oct. 4, from noon to 4 p.m.
Planning is under way, with monthly meetings of willing volunteers to offer this alternative to traditional Old Home Days. Displays, demonstrations, family games, music, special Celebrate Sanbornton cakes, food, political candidates, Bill Tobin's special State Seal float will all be there.
Local crafters, farmers, vendors are encouraged to let organizers know if they would like to participate and sell their wares. The next planning meeting will take place at the Town Offices on Monday, Aug. 11, at 6-7 p.m.
Further information is available by calling 934-6486.
Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 09:35
GILFORD -- The WinnAero-sponsored ACE Academies scheduled in the coming weeks have just increased their seating capacity to accept additional day students.
Currently there are 49 students enrolled in the upcoming ACE Academies so WinnAero chose to add more spaces for interested students. Education Director Dan Caron now has two openings for high school-aged students in the July 28-Aug. 1 ACE Academy and six elementary-aged openings in the Aug. 4-8 Academy. Caron also has added space in the Aug. 4-8 concurrent session for six middle school- or high school-aged students.
"We have had a great response to the aviation/aerospace themed STEM-oriented, hands-on fun activities at the three levels of students," said Caron, "so we optimized our seating to accommodate a few more in each session."
Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 09:31
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