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Class on pet health Jan. 29 at Taylor Community

LACONIA — Taylor Community and Healthy Pets New Hampshire are teaming up to offer a Knowing Your Pet's Health Class, Wednesday, January 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Taylor's Woodside Building. The class will teach pet parents how to do a Snout to Tail Wellness Assessment in combination with a massage on their pets.

April Begosh, a certified Pet Tech Instructor of Healthy Pets New Hampshire will teach participants howto assess their pets' baseline health so they can be more vigilant about changes indicating problems. In addition to learning about vital signs, Begosh will demonstrate a routine that can be used as a massage for pets while helping to strengthen the bond between pet and owner.

To register for the class, please call 524-5600, Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., or email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Please do not bring pets to this program.

Last Updated on Friday, 24 January 2014 02:37

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7th Annual Robbie Mills Memorial 8 Ball Tournament set for Feb. 1

LACONIA — The 7th Annual Robbie Mills Memorial 8 Ball Tournament will be held Saturday, February 1 at the Funky Monkey.

The tournament will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of the Lakes Region & WLNH Children's Auction. A $25 donation includes entry, practice, lunch and chance for door prizes.
Registration starts at 10 a.m. ($30 after 10:45) or pre-register and receive a free commemorative T-Shirt. The tournament starts promptly at 11 a.m. and is double elimination using BCA rules.
There will be trophies, cash prizes, food, raffles, 50/50 and a live auction.

The event  is sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of the Lakes Region and The Cafe Deja Vu Pub Mania Team.

For more info or to pre-r\Register contact: Tony Felch 998-1418 or Boys & Girls Club 527-0198


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012414 Painted canvas floor coverings on display at Gordon Nash Library :2X canvas floor covering - [196 words]

NEW HAMPTON — The New Hampton Historical Society will be hosting master artist Lisa Curry Mair, owner of "Canvasworks" in Vermont, on February 18 at 7 p.m. at the Gordon-Nash Library.
The traditional canvases known as "oil clothes" in England, were used to decorate many homes in New England in the 18th and 19th centuries. There is a renewed interest in these hand painted canvas rugs, best described as "art for your floor".
Made of 100% cotton canvas, they are suitable for use anywhere in the home. The designs on display are made as they would have been hundreds of years ago – one painstakingly slow step at a time.
Mair uses little more than paints, brushes and a sewing machine to create each work of floor art. Since 1992, she has created over 800 floorcloths that can be found in private homes and historic museums and she has been featured in magazines including "Early American Life" and "Country Living".

This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served, along with fundraising items for sale. For more information contact Carole Curry at 744-9798.

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New free workshop offered to strengthen tenant relations

LACONIA — The Family Resource Center of Central New Hampshire, located at 719 North Main Street is for the first time offering a free, "Tenant 101" program to families in the Lakes Region.

"Tenant 101" will meet on Tuesdays, for 4 –weeks: January 28, February 4, 11, and 18 from 6-8 p.m. and includes an optional dinner from 5:30-6 p.m. This free series is open to all and specifically aims to support tenants who may have poor or negative landlord references. Many area landlords have agreed to accept this Tenant 101 certificate as your willingness to be a better tenant, which may offset a prior poor landlord reference.

Presenters Captain Steve Warren of the Salvation Army, Tammy Emery of LRCS Family Resource Center, Priscilla Bean of H&P Apartments, Leonard Campbell of Catholic Charities  Sheri Minor of Don Minor Rentals, Kerri Lowe of LRCS Family Resource Center, and Dan Feltes, New Hampshire Legal Assistance Housing Project Director will cover topics: what to look for in an apartment, what to expect in an interview, how to know if an apartment is affordable, tenant rights, the eviction process, and being a good neighbor.

"Tenant 101 is a collaborative effort between landlords, non-profits and tenants, designed to build strengths for positive tenant experiences," says Tammy Emery of LRCS Family Resource Center. "Participants will learn a variety of life skills in a supportive learning environment."

Advance registration is requested for this program. Limited on-site childcare and assistance with transportation is available with advance notice and approval. Space is limited, call Erika Lea, Lakes Region Community Services, at 528-0391, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or to register. Attendance certificates are provided at the parenting programs sponsored by Lakes Region Community Services, Family Resource Center of Central New Hampshire.


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