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Financial Aid Night at Inter-Lakes December 10

MEREDITH — A Financial Aid Night for high school seniors and parents/guardians will be held at the Inter-Lakes High School Auditorium on Tuesday, December 10, at 6:30 p.m.
Presented by NHHEAF/Center for College Planning, the event will help participants learn about the financial aid process, the FAFSA, an EFC and all the important financial aid information needed to apply to college. Financial aid night is applicable to students applying to technical programs and two and four year colleges. There is no cost for this program.

Call the ILHS guidance office with any questions.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 09:26

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New Horizons Band Plans Holiday Concerts

BELMONT — The New Horizons Band is spreading the holiday cheer through their music with concerts scheduled throughout the month of December.

Today at 7 p.m. the band, under the direction of Mary Divers, will be playing a concert at the Veterans Home in Tilton. This is a semi-annual event enjoyed by both the residents and staff.

On Tuesday, December 17, the band will be performing its Christmas program at the Taylor Community at Woodside at 7 p.m. 

On Friday, December 20, an evening of band music will be enjoyed by the audience at the Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church on Parade Road in Laconia. And on December 21, at 2 p.m., the band will close out its holiday concert series
with a benefit concert for the Meredith Community Center. A freewill donation will be received at the door to benefit the Center.

As an added treat, the Laketones Jazz Band (New Horizons jazz ensemble) will perform the first half of the concert
tonight and at the December 21 performance.

Both the concert band and the Laketones Jazz Band rehearse twice weekly at the Music Clinic in Belmont and all levels
of musicians are invited to join this welcoming group. Call the Music Clinic at 528-6672 or visit the New Horizons website at
www.newhorizons-lakesregion.org to learn more.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 09:15

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LRPA Streaming Channel 25 during December

LACONIA — Lakes Region Public Access Television will stream channel 25 via its website during the month of December. The programming will begin streaming free of charge at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4. It will continue throughout the month. The public access channel can be seen over MetroCast Channel 25 and also via the web at lrpa.org. Simply click on Channel 25 live.
The LNH Children's Auction will also be carried in its' entirety over MetroCast Channel 25 and LRPA's website. Anyone with web access can view all content courtesy of Lakes Region Public Access. The Children's Auction hours are Tuesday, 12/10 – Friday, 12/13 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again in prime time from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday's cablecast on December 14 begins at 8 a.m. and continues until mid –afternoon, when all items are gone.
"We are looking forward to our foray into web based streaming as a new delivery system.", says Station Manager Denise Beauchaine. "For the first time since its inception, viewers who do not receive cable service from MetroCast can view Lakes Region Public Access TV on line or on their smart phones. Simply go to the apps store and download Livestream App for Android or IOF."

Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 09:06

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Salvation Army Toy Drive Lagging Behind Those of Recent Years

LACONIA — The Salvation Army in Laconia is struggling this year to find donors to purchase gifts for needy children whose families are experiencing financial difficulties.

"It's heartbreaking to hear some of the the stories of how folks are struggling. One grandparent, who was on a fixed income, found themselves with full custody of their three3 grandchildren after their mom passed away suddenly. He has no clue how he is going to swing everything, but is grateful for any kind of help he can receive. Unfortunately, many of our large organizations have decided to go a different route this year to the amount of over 150 angel tags not being disturbed at their sites," says Captain Sally Warren.

She says that each angel tag represents a child in need with three toy wishes on each tag.'' Last year we helped 599 kids receive 3 toys each for Christmas and it appears that the need is even greater this year. A few of our donors like The Bank of New Hampshire and Freudenburg-NOK have stepped up and made donations or have been able to take a few extra tags this season, but we are still struggling,'' syas Warren.

She urges those who would like to help and purchase toys for needy children this Christmas season, can bring an unwrapped gift to Belknap Tire in Laconia, or Angel Tags in Gilford at Walmart, Meredith Village Savings Bank, and The Bank of New Hampshire. In Laconia, tags can be found at The Bank of New Hampshire, Meredith Village Savings Bank, and at The Salvation Army on Union Ave. Shaws in Belmont, Hannafords and Meredith Village Savings Bank in Meredith are a few other locations tags are located.

Organizations can also call and request tags to hang on a tree in their location at 524-1834. ''Please help bring a smile to a needy child this Christmas season.'' said Warren.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 09:04

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