BRISTOL — The Pasquaney Garden Club will hold its May meeting on Tuesday May 20 at the Bristol Baptist church. Hospitality will begin at 9:30 a.m. with the business meeting starting at 10. The meetings are always open to the public and this month's meeting will concentrate on the planning for the town plantings.
The Pasquaney Garden Club plants the floral displays from the recreation path through the town and at the signs for the entrances to the town. The club members also maintain most of these plantings. In keeping with that theme the demonstration program at the meeting will be a presentation of container gardening by several of the club's Master Gardeners. .
Bristol's Butterfly Garden is the beautiful creation of the club and is maintained by its members. The garden is located behind the Minot- Sleeper Library on the banks of the Newfound River. The next two planned workshops in the Butterfly Garden are on Tuesday, June 10 and Tuesday, July 17.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 10:49
LACONIA — Local hospital official Dr. Peter W. Walkley has been named head of New Hampshire Chapter of the American College of Physicians.
Walkley, an internal medicine specialist, was named to a four-year term to the ACP, the national organization of internists. His term began during the ACP's annual scientific meeting held recently in Orlando, Fla.
As an ACP governor, Walkley will supervise ACP chapter activities, appoint members to local committees, and preside at regional meetings. He will also represent members by serving on the ACP Board of Governors.
A resident of Laconia, Walkley is the medical director of population health management at LRGHealthcare. He formerly served as LRGH's chief medical officer.
Walkley earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College, and his Medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School. He has been a fellow of ACP since 2011. The main areas of professional interest for Walkley include quality and patient safety.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 10:48
This year 134 students from Pleasant Street School raised $5,187.13 for Jump Rope for Heart and the American Heart Association. The American Heart Association uses the money raised to help pay for new medicines for kids with special hearts and to help doctors discover new medicines and treatments. They also raised enough to earn $300 toward new Physical Education equipment for Pleasant Street School. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 10:34
After having served a week in Philadelphia helping to prepare meals at soup kitchens, pack surplus food for shipment at a warehouse and working to improve conditions at homeless shelters, these Plymouth area high schoolers returned late last week. Here they are at Boston's South Station having arrived home by Amtrak: Rose Shimberg and her mother Dawn, Audrey Hall, Shelby and Adam White, all of Campton, Shay Langley, Sabrina Tedeschi, Hailey Crowell of Plymouth, Kelsey Lewis of Rumney, Cailtun Mcgowan of Thornton and Brianna Luscher of Holderness. Plymouth Congregational Church coordinated the mission trip made possible by special contributions. Those who made the trip will now be reporting back on what they learned by working so closely with those in need. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 10:31