MEREDITH -- The Greater Meredith Program Promotions Committee is sponsoring a "Drop Anchor in Meredith" promotion event, with some local businesses offering discounts for the month of July and others giving discounts during the Antique Boat Show weekend of July 25-27.
A Drop Anchor Map and Events Guide is now available at participating businesses and the Meredith Public Library, and offers special discounts during July and into August.
The Greater Meredith Program's Promotions Committee will also hold a "Landlubber's Lot Dance" at the Community Park on Main Street July 26th from 6-9 p.m. with free popcorn and music provided by Joanne Newman of DJ Music Factory.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 11:01
LACONIA -- Irwin Hyundai will be introducing the all new redesigned seventh-generation 2015 Hyundai Sonata with a model intro night on Wednesday, July 16, from 5 to 6 p.m. at its 446 Union Ave. location.
The event will give those interested a chance inquire about the new Sonata and to see the U.S.-made vehicle's many features.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:56
LACONIA — GOT LUNCH! Laconia continues to recruit volunteers to help with the healthy summer lunch program that delivers healthy food each of the 10 weeks of the summer months to children living with unstable food conditions.
Last week members of Boy Scout Troup 68, the Congregational Church of Laconia, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Key Club, Mentoring Together, National Honor and Junior Honor Society, New Hampshire Food Bank, South Down/Long Bay Community, St. James Episcopal Church, Temple B'nai Israel, and the United Baptist Church of Lake Port, and employees of Irwin Marine, the Laconia School District, and VISTA Foods turned out to help feed needy children in Laconia.
GOT LUNCH! Laconia attracts volunteers young and old, summer visitors and longtime residence.
Program organizers are encouraging anyone interested to become part of the program by volunteering, making a donation or being a corporate sponsor. Additional information is available at the website: www.gotlunchlaconia.com.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:48
LACONIA — The Mary Butler Chapter of DAR met Monday, June 16 at the Gilford Community Church. The guest speaker for the meeting was Audra Burns, Director of Communications for the American Heart Association of New Hampshire.
One of the key missions of this organization is to raise awareness of heart disease among women and the fact that heart disease is the number one killer of women. Heart disease among women is such a serious problem it is presently the focus of three major ongoing research grants. There are also dedicated research facilities at Dartmouth. To date the Heart Association has reduced death from heart disease by 8.8% and has reduced death from strokes by 10%, but more remains to be done.
The American Heart Association advocates guidelines for scientists and nutritionists and encourages women to read food labels. Women are also encouraged to know their cholesterol levels as well as their blood pressure. They need to follow through on symptoms, listen to their bodies, and live a heart healthy lifestyle which includes sodium reduction and regular exercise. Heart Walks are sponsored by the Heart Association. A Go Red Luncheon takes place in March at Dartmouth.
The next meeting of the Mary Butler Chapter of DAR will take place Monday, July 21 at the Gilford Community Church at 1:30. The presentation will be on Flags of the Revolutionary War.
Visitors and perspective members are welcome at meetings. For more information contact Mary Flaherty at 603-524-0723.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 July 2014 10:46
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