GILFORD — The Parents of Performing Students (POPS) of Gilford High School will be selling car magnets and bumper stickers displaying the Performing Arts logo during the upcoming performances of "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum" this weekend and next weekend.
There will also be several "Themed" baskets on display that will be raffled off at the Craft Fair on Saturday, December 7.
The sale of all of these items will support the scholarships given to Performing Arts students by the POPS organization.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:27
LACONIA — More than 50 4-H members and leaders were recently recognized for their contributions to the Belknap County 4-H Program at the Annual 4-H Jubilee.
Over 100 attendees enjoyed the special ambiance of the Historic Belknap Mill while dining on Turkey Pies donated by Hart's Turkey Farm in Meredith as well as a plethora of pot luck side dishes and desserts.
Cheyenne Longley of Northfield was the winner of the 2013 Governor's Trophy at the Belknap County 4-H Fair served as mistress of ceremonies. Some of the highlights of the evening included: 4-H members, leaders and volunteers were recognized for their contributions for not only this past year but some for up to 25 years of service; over 45 Best of Show awards to 4-H members from their entries at the fair, a traditional Nepalese dance demonstration by 4-H member Anjana Dulal of Laconia, 2013 4-H Leader of the Year to Carolee Longley of Northfield, 2013 Friend of 4-H Award to Mary Ellen Boudman of Laconia, I Dare You Leadership Award to Champa Dulal of Laconia, and The Bert Southwick Junior Achievement Award to Daisy Burns of Sanbornton.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:24
PLYMOUTH — Thanks to Plymouth State University and Sodexo, spacious Prospect Hall will be the venue for the 9th annual Keep the Heat On fundraiser held on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. First time auctioneer Lisa Lovett, the Executive Director of Little Church Theater, will be facilitating the auction.
The need for fuel assistance increases every year, and this winter promises to be no different. The Plymouth Area Community Closet (PACC) has already provided $7,500 in fuel assistance to families in 15 area towns this season. The neighbors that are helped by the PACC funds include many are older folks, some on Social Security, some not yet eligible, some young families and single moms. Individuals assisted are proud people who own or rent their homes. PACC is only assists people with home heating fuel.
Among the items available to the highest bidder will be a Nantucket Seaside Getaway for up to 4 people, a romantic stay for 2 at a Westin hotel in the winners choice of Boston or New York, and an exquisite queen-size quilt, handmade by the Heartfelt Quilters Guild. For the wine connoisseur, KTHO Committee members are again contributing a mixed case of wines.
Every year, the KTHO committee is overwhelmed by the generosity of local restaurants' menu contributions, and anticipate that they will outdo themselves again this year. A line-up of restaurateurs who will provide appetizers, soup and salad, a varied dinner buffet, and a selection of desserts will be available shortly.
Tickets to KTHO are $35 each will be available starting in early December only at Chase Street Market on Main Street in Plymouth, and will be limited again this year. Keep the Heat On is organized and sponsored by the Plymouth Area Democrats (PAD) partnered with PACC in their continued mission to provide assistance to our neighbors.
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:17
Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) General Motors Automotive Service Education Program (GM-ASEP) Department Chair, Michael Parke, right, receives the keys to a new Chevrolet Sonic from Tom Cantin , center, at Cantin's Chevrolet on Union Avenue in Laconia. Parker got the new vehicle through GM and will be using it in LRCC's world renowned GM-ASEP program. On the left is Cantin Chevrolet Service Manager, Steve Hurst. "It is magnificent to have the incredible support of dealers, GM, and the public in LRCC's ventures," says Professor Parker, a long-term LRCC automotive instructor and GM technician. "Cantin's Chevrolet has been one of our strongest supporters in New England." (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:11
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