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Social Security and Estate Planning Sessions Offered

FRANKLIN — To educate Central New Hampshire individuals and families on their retirement options, Independence Financial Advisors, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Franklin Savings Bank, is offering complimentary educational sessions. Learn about Social Security & Estate Planning on Thursday, December 5, at the Bristol Office of Franklin Savings Bank (350 Lake Street) from 6–8 p.m.

To seek knowledge of Social Security options with an additional focus on Medicare, an additional session is being held on Tuesday, December 10, at the Tilton Office of Franklin Savings Bank (61 Laconia Road, near the Tilt'N Diner) from 6–7 p.m.

Seating is limited. To make a complimentary reservation, call Pam Hannan at (603) 934-8372 or 1-800-821-1776.

Independence Financial Advisors has been serving the financial management needs of northern New England residents, businesses, and non-profit institutions since 1995. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Franklin Savings Bank, IFA provides expertise and resources primarily from their Main Office shared with FSB at 387 Central Street in Franklin.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 10:03

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Senior Moment-um Movie and Lunch on November 18

GILFORD — The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring a Senior Moment-um program on Monday, November 18 and will meet at the Community Church, Fellowship Hall at 11:30 a.m. for lunch and a movie.

To get into the holiday spirit the holiday classic "Christmas Story" will be shown. The movie and coffee are free of charge. Lunch will be available for anyone interested at $2 per person which includes homemade beef stew and bread. Participants are asked to RSVP by November 15 by calling the Gilford Parks and Rec Dept. at 527-4722.

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Franklin VNA & Hospice holding Open House on Tuesday

FRANKLIN — To celebrate National Home Care & Hospice month, Franklin VNA & Hospice will hold an Open House on Tuesday, November 19. The two sessions will be between 2-4 p.m. and 5-7 p.m.

Jane White, Executive Director of the agency, said "November is the month for recognizing the efforts of all Home Care & Hospice staff. We think this is the perfect time for the people in the communities we serve to come and meet our staff and see our facility".

Franklin VNA is in its 69th year of providing home care services to people in Franklin and surrounding towns, including Andover, Belmont, Canterbury, Hill, Northfield, Salisbury, Sanbornton, Tilton, Webster and other towns as requested.

White says "Our clinical staff works with the patient and the patient's physician to develop a plan of care tailored to meet the individual's needs. We offer skilled nursing, therapies, homemaker and supportive services, and community health education and clinics. In 2005, we were certified by Medicare as a licensed Hospice agency and we have provided end of life care to hundreds of patients, caregivers and families in the ensuing eight years."

Staff will be on hand for both sessions and Ms. White explained that anyone who wishes to speak with a staff member about a particular patient, family or illness may set up a separate appointment for privacy's sake.

For further information, please call (603) 934-3454.

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 09:54

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Lakeland School Students Raise Funds for Children's Auction

MEREDITH — Jayda Glines and Michele Loyer of Lakeland School in Meredith came up with a Halloween candy collection box for Operation Gratitude for our Troops. Lakeland School students are encouraged to participate in two community service projects during the school year and this seemed like a very sweet way to help.
Jayda a 3rd grader and Michele a 7th grader spread the word with flyers and their school mates came in the next day with trick or treat candy to donate. The girls collected 26 pounds and brought it to the Children's Dentistry of the Lakes Region. Dr. Kennel and Dr. Smith invited kids to donate their candy in exchange for each pound they would get $1 in cash. Jayda and Michele received $26 and the girls had hopes in helping with the candy shipping cost, but seeing a collection bucket for the WLNH Children's Auction, they put $20 in the bucket.
Jayda left thinking that, she and Michele would buy cat litter for the Humane Society with the other $6. Once Jayda had a moment to reflect and to realize what the Children's Auction does, she ran back in and put the other $6 in the donation bucket for the WLNH Children's Auction.

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