GILFORD — The Gilford Parks and Recreation Department is again sponsoring a week-long Challenger British Soccer Camp this summer.
The camp will be held July 13 to July 17 at the Gilford Village Field.
This camp offers a three-hour program for children ages 6 to 12 and a 1½-hour program for children ages 3 to 5.
Participants may register by picking up a form from the Parks and Recreation office or by visiting the Challenger website at www.challengersports.com.
The cost is $126 for ages 6-12, and $94 for ages 3-5
More information is available by contacting the Gilford Parks and Recreation Department at 527-4722.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 08:26
LACONIA -- Local historian and author Warren Huse will present a lecture and pictorial history of Laconia's Urban Renewal program on Monday, June 22, at 6:30 p.m. in the Woodside Building of the Taylor Community.
Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP by calling 524-5600 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 08:21
MEREDITH -- A total of 196 alumni and guests gathered for the recent annual brunch and meeting of the Meredith-Inter-Lakes Alumni Association held at Church Landing.
The most senior member to attend the gathering was Ruth Grappone from the Class of 1938. The Class of 1960 had a good turn out in honor of their 55th Class Reunion, and another class having a good turn out was the class of 1964 with 15 class members in attendance.
The members of The Class of 1965 were the honored guests of The Alumni Association, celebrating their 50th Class Reunion, with 23 class mates attending. They were introduced by emcee Steve Ainsworth, from the class of 1976, and some interesting information was shared about each class member. The Class of '65 invited faculty members as their guests and five were able to attend. Those attending were Mr. P. Beaudoin, Industrial Arts; Miss M. Lee, English; Mrs. C. Pelczar, Phys Ed; Mr. D. Phillips, English and Librarian; and Mr. W. Whitcher, History. An "Auntie" of one of the 1965 class members made a surprise visit to the event and shared some very humorous stories about her "nephew,", Wayne Blake! "Aunt Henrietta" was a big and enjoyable surprise to everyone.
At this time the Class of 1960 presented two $500 scholarships in memory of the deceased members of their class. Terri Folsom and Allison McCann were the scholarship recipients. The Alumni Association also awarded three $1,000 scholarships and they were presented to Catherine Quimby, Kody Converse, and Kylie Dickinson, who was given the first Annual Marjorie Lee Scholarship.
The Alumni Association has named one of their scholarships in honor of Miss Lee, who is retiring this year after giving 65 years of service to the Inter-Lakes community.
The Alumni Loyalty Cup, which is the oldest award presented at Inter-Lakes High School, having been started in 1928 by the Alumni Association, was also awarded at this time to Hannah Crosby, President of the Class of 2015.
Other business that came before the assembly was the election of officers for the up coming year. Elected were: Ann Sprague, president; Glen Quimby, vice president; Lynn Allen, treasurer; Sylvia Detscher, secretary, and Janis Roberts, auditor. Board members elected for a three-year term were Joe Dever and Nancy Morrill.
The Alumni Association would like to say a special thank you to all the businesses that were Business Sponsors this year. This is a major help in support of this annual event. The businesses that came forward to support the Alumni were: American Pride Landscape Co., Big Foot Maintenance Software, Bryant Paving, Chassis Masters Auto Body, Cross Insurance, Dion's Landscapes, Etcetera Shoppe, Humiston Excavation, Interlakes Builders, JW Electric, Joe Boxer Plumbing & Heating, King's Stone Masonry, Landscapes by Tom, Mark Rouvalis & McLane Law Firm, Meredith Dental, Moulton's Farm Growers, Paquette Signs, Pemi Glass & Mirror, R. Joseph Dever Services, Ruel's Barber Shop, Ruel Sweeping Service, and VynnArt.
The association also wishes to thank everyone who made the effort to attend the gathering and in that way support the Alumni Association and its programs.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 08:16
MEREDITH — The Meredith Public Library, 91 Main Street, will host a presentation of the Traveling World War II trunk on Tuesday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m. Dan Schroeder, a volunteer at Wolfeboro's Wright Museum, discusses the history behind the contents of the World War II Traveling Trunk Show.
Since 2009, the traveling trunk program has brought noteworthy World War II memorabilia from both home and war fronts to schools and civic organizations through New Hampshire and beyond. The program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 June 2015 08:06
- Meredith Rotary Club members build kiosk near Center Harbor boat ramp
- N.H. DOT to hold meeting on Tuesday about ‘red list’ bridge near Weirs Beach
- Fusion group to hold social at Natural Roots and Synergy Cafe on June 23
- Gilmanton Historical Society to host talk about growing up at Canterbury Shaker Village
- State Police to conduct sobriety checkpoint in New Hampton within next week
- LRGH offering Better Choices, Better Health workshops