LACONIA — The New Hampshire Foreclosure Relief Project will host a free public foreclosure clinic in Laconia on Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 2 to 4 p.m., at Lakes Region Community College.
Homeowners who attend this clinic will meet one-on-one with an attorney who specializes in mortgage and foreclosure cases to formulate a plan to avoid, cope with or fight foreclosure, depending on individual circumstances.
The foreclosure clinic is funded by a portion of New Hampshire's share of the national mortgage settlement. The NH Foreclosure Relief Project is a collaboration of the New Hampshire Bar Association's Legal Services Department, New Hampshire Legal Assistance and the Legal Advice and Referral Center of New Hampshire.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 10:17
SANBORNTON — Saturday, October 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. "Celebrate Sanbornton" will happen in the Town Square, including the library, UCC church, Old Town Hall, Lane Tavern and Currier Building and field, and Life / Safety Building.
Included will be Eagle Scout Luke Morrison's project to benefit the community homeless, working with Carey House in Laconia to collect 300 blankets and 600 pairs of socks. Blankets need to be clean and socks need to be new.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 10:12
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth State University alumni rank in the top 15 percent in a recent national review of more than 1,200 institutions that was conducted by a national non-profit agency, Educate to Career (ETC). PSU alumni are better positioned to work in their chosen field and receive better-than-average salaries compared to graduates from competing institutions, according to ETC, which offers data-driven, outcome-focused tools that enable high school students and their parents to make informed, objective university and career planning decisions.
Dr. Jim Hundrieser, PSU's Vice President for Enrollment and Student Affairs, said the ranking illustrates Plymouth State's value to potential students.
"As an innovative residential campus, Plymouth State University is continuing to seek ways to engage students to ensure that they are career ready upon graduation," Hundrieser said.
"Employers who hire our alumni tell us PSU graduates are ready to work and make significant contributions within their fields, and the latest alumni survey tells us 99% of our recent graduates are either employed or enrolled in graduate school."
ETC uses various metrics to determine an institution's value in preparing graduates for the workforce, including:
· Percentage of graduates employed in occupations that utilize their field of study,
· Average salary earned by recent graduates, by school for each major category (adjusted for region, occupation and other variables),
· Percentage of persons employed within one year of graduation (weighted on an occupational trend basis),
· Major, weighted against national norms,
· Number of years to graduate, and
· Tuition- net cost.
The ETC College Rankings Index is comprised of four-year colleges and universities, with annual enrollments greater than 1,000 students. The Index analyzes data for over 1,200 colleges, representing 94% of all students enrolled in four-year institutions.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 10:09
GILFORD — One of America's favorites, the hydrangea offers red, white and blue choices such as the mophead "Electric Rouge", the "Gatsby Star" in large white cones or the clustery blue lacecap, "Tiny Tuff Stuff". But these colors may change dramatically back and forth, dependent on the ph factor of the soil or a change in aluminum.
There is such a large variety of hydrangeas in all kinds of shapes and colors - big leaf or oak leaf, mopheads or lacecaps, panicle or climbing. Gardeners need to know how to care for them and when and how to plant and prune them. Co-Presidents Judy Robertson and Doreen Worthley will introduce their guest, Laurie Perry, owner of Cackleberries Garden & Gift Shop in Meredith who will offer tips to members at their Opechee Garden Club meeting on Monday, October 6 at 1 p.m. at the Gilford Community Church on Potter Hill Road.
Perry, who believes that plants are good for your soul, started her business 13 years ago and appreciates nature in funky and whimsical ways in plants, gardens, her gift shop or events like her annual Fairy Night, or even a pet parrot who greets each with a "Hello". The name of her business also peaks curiosity since cackleberries are hen's eggs and she is a.k.a. the Chief Hen.
Program Directors, Marge Dyer and Louise Osburn and Hospitality Chairs Marilyn Lynch and Susan Finn and their committee members - Betty Hovey, Trudy Hastings, Gayle Green, Connie Russell, Fran Crawford, Gail Breyer, Judy Nelson, Claire Stinson, Brenda O'Brien and Fran Donahue - will host and serve refreshments.
A workshop on "Hydrangea Wreaths and Table Arrangements" will be co-chaired by Carolyn Temmallo and Sally Doten at the Gilford Public Library on October 14 at 1 p.m.
Co-chairs Louise Osburn and Carolyn Temmallo are preparing for the fifth "Homes for the Holidays" house tour and greens and gifts boutique to be held on Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7th.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 10:06
- Acting classes offered in Meredith starting Oct. 18
- Cellar hole secrets revealed at Meredith Library Tues.
- Loon preservation biologists busy rescuing monofilament-entangled birds
- Guided hike of Red Hill on Oct. 4
- Lake Winni museum hosting presentation on Civil War general who never lost a battle
- Campton Church hosting Harvest Supper