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Pam Toczko Joins Lakes Region Realty

CENTER HARBOR — Jim Mardis, president of Lakes Region Realty Group, has announced that veteran real estate broker Pam Toczko has joined the firm.
A real estate professional in the Lakes Region for more than 21 years, Pam has also worked as a real estate appraiser, commodities investment advisor and consumer and commercial loan banking manager.

She is a member of the Lakes Region Board of Realtors, where she has served as a past director. She holds the Graduate, Realtor Institute) designation, as well as the CBR (Certified Buyer Representative). Additionally, she holds a New Hampshire broker's license and is a notary public.
A resident of Center Harbor since 1988, Pam and her husband raised their three children here. She served her community as a planning board member and was active in the Parent Council at the New Hampton School. Currently, she is an active member in the Altrusa Club of Meredith and the Moultonborough Women's Club.
Mardis said "Pam will be a great addition to our team of top producing agents and will be a valued asset to our organization. Her performance-driven attitude, dedication, vast experience and extensive knowledge of the Lakes Region, will assure her
clients and customers the most positive results and a good experience."
Since 1980, Lakes Region Realty Group has been a market leader providing real estate brokerage services to the primary and vacation home markets of New Hampshire's Lakes Region. It's subsidiary company, At The Lakes Vacation Rentals, provides booking services for vacation home owners, helping them to put their homes to work for them while not in use personally. Lakes Region Realty Group has two offices which are open seven days a week and are located in Moultonborough at the Harbor Square Plaza on Route 25 and in Meredith on Route 3 across from the town docks.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 November 2013 11:10

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Workshops at chi-lin to benefit children in India

MEREDITH — The chi-lin gallery in Meredith is offering a series of popular Quick Books workshops and is donating all of the proceeds to an organization that helps impoverished children in India.

The workshops, in which participants make a small book using either leaf and fabric collage or handmade Thai techniques, cost $50  and are being held Nov. 9, 13, 16 and 23. The workshops will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on each day, participants are encouraged to bring a lunch. All proceeds will benefit the non-profit Help-Kids-India. Call 279-8663 for more information or to reserve a spot in one of the workshops.

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Senior Moment-um Dinner and Show Night, November 14

GILFORD —  Gilford Parks and Recreation in conjunction with the GHS Interact Club and GHS Performing Arts, is sponsoring a Dinner and Show evening for participants of the Senior Moment-um Program.

This activity is scheduled for Thursday, November 14. Participants will meet in the Gilford High School Lobby at 5 p.m. to enjoy a chicken and broccoli alfredo dinner put on courtesy of the High School Interact Club. Following dinner participants  will head into the Auditorium to watch the High School's performance of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum".

There is no fee for this program, but space is limited and reservations will be accepted on a first come basis. Participants must RSVP no later 12 noon on Friday, November 8.

For more information or to RSVP call the Parks and Recreation Office at 527-4722.

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Priscilla Burlingham will be featured reader at Moultonborough Poetry Night

MOULTONBOROUGH — Poet and artist Priscilla Burlingham will be the featured reader at the Moultonborough Library Poetry Night on Tuesday, December 3, at 7:30 p.m. An Open Mic will follow the featured reader.

Burlingham works on her poetry and painting all the time at her studio on Lees Pond in Moultonborough. She has seven creative projects going all at once—but when a poem comes, everything slides. Mention a poetry rule and she will try to break it, preferring to work "outside the box" in every artistic medium. Since the 1970s she has pursued applied physics each January at M.I.T., with a special affinity for poetry and outer space.

The founder of the Poetry Night, she has gathered poets, poet laureates, artists and musicians to read and perform at the Moultonborough Public Library on the first Tuesday of every month. Her animal drawings and paintings have been featured in a one-woman show at the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston and at the Libby Museum in New Hampshire. From her first book, A Finer Reach, she has read her poetry all over New England. She also rescues animals and grows plants from seed, which adds to the number of children she cannot leave. Her second book will examine the communication of animals, how they effectively resolve conflicts.

All are welcome to participate and to listen. Bring some words or a song and share it in the Open Mic portion. The Moultonborough Library is located at the junction of Routes 25 and 109 north, at the blinking light.

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