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Coffee roaster to talk at Guys' Night Out meeting

GILFORD — Guys' Night Out at Gilford Community Church will be held on Thursday, November 21 at 6 p.m.

The speaker for the event will be Brad Fitzgerald, owner and operator of the successful "Woodshed Roasting Company" in the Gilford/Laconia Business Park. He will be speaking on the special blends that his company roasts for restaurants and retail stores.

Dinner will be catered by Ellie Murphy. The cost is $11. All men in the Lakes Region are invited to attend. Reservations requested by Monday, November 18. For more information or to register call 524-6057.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 10:26

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Program on vibrant longevity at Wesley Woods

GILFORD — On Friday November 22 at 11 a.m,  Wesley Woods will welcome Kelly Lang from Green Life Wellness. Kelly will discuss vibrant longevity.

In this workshop Kelly will identify some of the key factors in premature aging, as well as the key elements necessary for aging gracefully. Topics will include identifying nutritional deficiencies, toxicity, improving cellular health and maintaining optimum brain function as we age.

Kelly Lang is an integrative nutrition trained and certified health coach, mother of 4, and founder of Green Life Wellness, a holistic health coaching practice.

Contact Stace at 603-528-2555 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or to sign up for this class. A light lunch will be served.

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Moulton Farm Launches New Meals Program

MEREDITH — The weather has turned colder, but it hasn't cooled down in the kitchen at Moulton Farm in Meredith. The farm's kitchen is staying busy and farm chef Jonathan Diola and Tricia Lutkus, the farm's talented baker, are continuing to prepare tasty food to make weeknight dinners and the holidays easier.

For busy weekdays, the farm has just started its "Farm Meals for You" program. On Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays Diola and Lutkus will prepare a three- course dinner including appetizer, entrée and dessert that will include ingredients grown at the farm.

The menu will change weekly with the complete three course meal ranging in prices from $13 to $18 plus tax. The choices will be announced on the farm's Facebook page and at moultonfarm.com/farm-kitchen. "Just call us no later than noon of the day you want the meal. By 4 p.m. your meal will be ready for you to pick up, reheat and enjoy," says John Moulton, owner of Moulton Farm. "It's a way to have a delicious meal without the work."

The farm kitchen will also be offering pies, breads, desserts, appetizers and side dishes for the upcoming holidays. "Several years ago we started doing this for Thanksgiving," explains Moulton. "Our customers kept asking for us to expand the program, so this year the farm kitchen team will be preparing items for holiday parties, Christmas and even New Year celebrations since the farm market, which carries a range of items including fresh seafood and locally grown meats, and kitchen will be open until December 31 this year. We've even used season extending techniques so we should still be harvesting some fresh produce into December."


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Country Cottage Furniture Honored as Patriotic Employer

NEW HAMPTON — Country Cottage Furniture, located on Route 104 in New Hampton, was awarded the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriotic Employer Award. This award was nominated by employee, Justin Sargent of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. Justin was deployed to the Middle East with the Guard along with other members of the 3643rd of  Somersworth.
The Patriotic Employer Award was hand delivered to Peter Rudis, owner of Country Cottage Furniture, by Vic Rogers, Director of Military Outreach for the New Hampshire Committee, ESGR, a Department of Defense volunteer organization that supports all reserve components.
This honor signifies patriotic recognition, support, and cooperation between Reserve Component service members and their civilian employers. The award recognizes employers that support our citizen soldiers and make allowances for flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families and granting leaves of absence if needed.
Sergeant Justin Sargent stated in his nomination for the award that "Mr. Peter Rudis has always been supportive of my reserve obligation and has willingly allowed me the time needed for military training and deployment". After Sergeant Justin Sargent returned from being deployed, his job was waiting for him at Country Cottage Furniture.  Rudis has hired other Army National Guard members, one of whom recently deployed to Afghanistan.
When interviewed by Vic Rogers, NH Committee ESGR, Rudis explained that the outstanding qualities that he respects in hiring military personnel are their work ethic, professionalism, time management skills and an overall can-do attitude.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 10:20

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