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NH car credit marks second anniversary

LACONIA —  NH Car Credit was founded by the Irwin Automotive Group two years ago with the goal of making it the state's premier source for people trying to obtain auto loans, regardless of current financial conditions. In just two years, NH car credit has made driving a reliable car a possibility for over 600 credit challenged residents in the area.

"We have a passion for helping people in our community in any way we can. Credit challenges can happen to very good people. By creating NH Car Credit we have been able to help people get through tough times with reliable pre owned vehicles. We specialize in financing people who need a second chance or first time buyers just starting out," said Chris Irwin, Vice President of the Irwin Automotive Group.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 May 2015 06:06

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Garden cub enjoys prgram with 5th grade guests

NEW HAMPTON — The New Hampton Garden Club held their May meeting on May 5 at the Gordon Nash Library. Kevin Wall, Director of Education from NH Audubon, spoke with us and our fifth grade guests from the New Hampton Community School about NH reptiles and amphibian.

He had live animals with him, including salamanders, frog and a snake, so the students were very interested! Kevin really connected with us all and these young guests were very involved with our program. Our hostesses Alice Sperry, Ginny Haas, and Pat Jones made special treats for the students, which they really enjoyed.

Our annual plant and yard sale will be on Saturday, June 6 at the corner of Route 104 and Pemigewasset Shore Drive. Our honored member of the month was Muriel Smith and we enjoyed hearing more about her life experiences. Many of the members will be attending the semi-annual meeting of the New Hampshire Federation of Garden Clubs in Jackson on May 27.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 May 2015 06:04

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Boys & Girls Club of Central NH named a top nonprofit by magazine

CONCORD — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central NH, formerly the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Concord, has been named the 2015 nonprofit of the year by Business NH Magazine.

The Magazine cites the business model that allowed the Club to transition away from federal and state funding and expand from the Concord location to eight service sites in six communities in the region.

Currently, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire provides after school programs and summer day camps to over 1,500 youth annually in Concord, Franklin, Hopkinton, the Lakes Region, Suncook and Warner. While the Club subsidizes services for 75% of members, improved enrichment programming in the arts, academic and career support, technology, sports and leadership development also attracts families who can afford to pay.

The Club will be recognized by Business NH Magazine at a luncheon on May 27.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 May 2015 10:28

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Gilmanton Women’s Club to hold bake sale

GILMANTON — The Gilmanton Women's Club will be holding a Bake Sale on Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Badger Brook Farm 170 Province Rd, Gilmanton.

The Gilmanton Women's Club was formed in 1971 with a mission to raise funds for the benefit of Gilmanton's townspeople, and local organizations.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 May 2015 10:24

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