Vote for a Local School District During Meredith Village Savings Bank's "What's not to "Like"?" Technology Grant Contest
MEREDITH — Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) is excited to launch a two-month education-themed Facebook contest, during which community members will have the opportunity to vote for a local school district to win a $3,000 grant.
Over the summer, the Bank reached out local school administrators and asked how they could benefit from an additional $3,000 in technology resources; their responses will be posted to MVSB's Facebook page now through October 31 and community members are encouraged to review the submissions and vote for the district they believe most deserves the grant.
Eligible voters that place a vote prior to October 31, and provide their name and contact information will also be entered to win one of five iPad Minis – a win-win for local school districts and community members.
To vote, visit MVSB's Facebook page, www.facebook.com/MeredithVillageSavingsBank, and click on the "What's not to "Like"?" contest tab located beneath the page's cover photo. Once on the voting page, review the school district submissions, check the "vote" box next to the school district you want to vote for and click submit.
MVSB regularly displays its commitment to financial education through their student savings account program, participation in "Teach Children to Save Day," sponsorship of financial fitness and homeownership courses and other educational events and programs for area residents. To coordinate with the education-themed contest, MVSB will be posting helpful financial tips and resources for consumers of all ages on their Facebook page. They encourage you to share these resources with your friends, children and family members to help spread financial education across our communities.
The iPad Sweepstakes is open to U.S., New Hampshire residents, 18 years or older. The School District Contest is open to districts with a school in one of the nine towns with a Meredith Village Savings Bank office. For official sweepstakes rules and how to enter, visit any of MVSB's 11 offices or www.mvsb.com/contest. Meredith Village Savings Bank, Apple, Inc. and Facebook are not affiliated. This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Apple, Inc.
Privacy and security are of the utmost importance at MVSB and contact information is only being collected for the purpose of notifying iPad winners. Your vote will remain anonymous and MVSB will not share, sell or use your personal information for any other purpose.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 09:06
GILFORD — The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a number of fall hikes for any adults looking for fresh air, fun, exercise and beautiful foliage on Tuesdays this fall. The scheduled hikes begin on Tuesday, September 10. Participants will gather at 9 a.m. in the Gilford Town Hall Lobby before departing for the hike.
The hike will take place at Ramblin’ Vewe Farm in Gilford. All interested participants must RSVP at least one day in advance to each trip. The cost of the hikes is $1 per person.
For more information or to RSVP, contact the Gilford Parks and Recreation Dept. at 527-4722.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 09:01
There are three categories: Workplace, Individual, Community.
Submit a brief written statement (no more than one page) describing the workplace, individual or community groups' achievement in promoting health and wellness in the Lakes Region.
Categories of health include: Healthy Eating/Nutrition Access to Healthy Foods: Healthy Food Policy/Practices, Physical Activity/Exercise: On site or off site exercise opportunities.
Tobacco Cessation: Opportunities to Quit Smoking, Tobacco free workplace policies
Stress Management: Education
General Health: Employee Health Screenings, Health Risk Assessments, Injury Prevention
Winners will be individually recognized and will receive a personalized award. Winners will be announced at the LRPPH Annual Meeting on September 26.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 08:46
BELMONT — 4-H Members from across Belknap County received recognition recently at the Belknap County 4-H Fair for a variety of outstanding projects and a year's worth of hard work preparing their animals and exhibits for the fair. The top fair award, The Governor's Trophy, went to Cheyenne Longley of Northfield. This award, established in 1946, is given to a senior fair exhibitor who shows an outstanding record of 4-H work, and who excels in civic and social activities, leadership and community service. Standing in for the Governor, this year's award was presented by District 7 Senator Andrew Hosmer of Laconia. Receiving the coveted Robinson Smith trophy for the depth, quality and variety in her livestock exhibits and the Senior Rita Clairmont Award for her entries in the 4-H Exhibit hall was Sabrina Bellerose also of Northfield.
Also recognized at this year's fair awards were Iain Patterson of Laconia for his Teen Teaching exhibit -an interactive electrical exhibit on tidal pools; The Teen Believers 4-H Club of Laconia for their interactive marine science project; Emily McGuire of Franklin for the Junior Rita Clairmont Exhibitor award and Ayden LaChance of Alton was the Cloverbud Rita Clairmont Exhibitor of the year.
CAPTION — Senator Andrew Hosmer assists Belknap County 4-H Fair President Fran Wendleboe in presenting the 2013 Governor’s Trophy to Cheyenne Longley of Northfield. Sabrina Bellerose of Northfield is joined by her parents Richard and Sherrie while accepting the 2013 Robinson Smith Livestock Exhibitor trophy from Belknap County 4-H Fair board President Fran Wendleboe.
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 08:42
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