PLYMOUTH — The Kennell Orthodontics team is opening their new satellite office in Plymouth at 94 Boulder Point, overlooking the mountain range of northern New Hampshire. This expansion opens the opportunity for Dr. Alan Kennell and his experienced orthodontic staff to bring state-of-the-art orthodontic care to people of all ages to the north and surrounding areas.
Dr. Alan F. Kennell, DDS, MS graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Biology from Union College in Schenectady, NY in 1997. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2001 from the State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Dental Medicine, again graduating magna cum laude. Dr. Kennell received his orthodontic advanced specialty training at the University of Buffalo and also holds a Masters of Science degree for his endeavors in the field of dental research.
For the past 8 years, the Kennell Orthodontics Laconia practice has provided a variety of advanced treatments for children, teens and adults of the Lakes Region. Treatments include traditional braces, as well as options using new technology and improved aesthetics, such as clear braces, lingual (behind the teeth) braces, and Invisalign clear aligners.
The Kennell Orthodontics team takes the time to get to know their patients and strives to make everyone feel comfortable and confident with the treatments they receive. They are currently accepting new patients. Patients may contact the Laconia by calling 524-7404 or Plymouth at 536-7404 orthodontic offices to schedule a complimentary orthodontic consultation with Dr. Kennell.
Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 01:08
LACONIA — As part of the on-going Family Initiative Program which this past fall included classes pertaining to sharing family stores as well as the recent "Share Fare" where exhibitors shared family histories the Laconia Historical and Museum Society and Laconia Public Library will sponsor their second three part seminar series on family history and genealogy.
The series will provide the basics of how to go about starting a family research project ... forms to use and general record keeping guidelines, gathering information from public records and tips on using internet resources.
The series is to be led by Richard and Cindi Cote and Don and Nancy Stephenson, experienced genealogists and will begin on Monday, September 8, 10 am – 12 pm at the Laconia Public Library. Continuing sessions will occur on October 6 and November 3.
Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 01:04
LACONIA — The 2nd Annual Marshmallow Man Triathlon was held on August 2 at Opechee Park in Laconia. Racers competed in a .3 mile swim, 14 mile bike ride and a 5k run.
Taking top honors for the second year in a row was Bruce Butterworth of Seabrook with a time of 1:12:09 and top honors for the females was Deidre Cullen of Laconia 1:15:10. Participants and spectators enjoyed a BBQ courtesy of the Gilford and Laconia Police Relief Associations; face painting by Jean Charette; and games hosted by the Gilford High School Intereact Club.
The Greater Lakes Child Advocacy thanks the following sponsors and supporters for their support: the Belmont Police Department and Explorers, the Gilford Police Department and Explorers, the Laconia Police Department and Relief Association, the Tilton Police Explorers, MC Cycle, Don Kimtis, the Meredith Police Department, Bank of NH, Meredith Village Savings Bank, Hart’s Slush, MetroCast Cablevision, the Laconia Altrusa Club, the Lakes Region Tri Club, Awakening Chiropractic, Laconia Fire Department, Laconia Middle School, Jean Charette, T&A Gunnery, the Fox Family, the Kelley Family, the Lundh Family, the Schott family, the Swett Family, the Simmons Family, the Laconia Daily Sun, the Citizen, the Chance Family, Gilford High School Intereact Club, Fiddlehead Farms, Vista Foods, Body Covers, Granite State Race Services, Crystal Geyser and the many volunteers.
Over $4,000 dollars were raised to benefit the Greater Lakes Child Advocacy Center (GLCAC) of Belknap County. The GLCAC coordinates child abuse investigations with a multi-disciplinary team approach. Professionals from law enforcement, child protective services, victim advocacy, the child advocacy, prosecutor’s offices, and medical/mental health professionals come together at the Child Advocacy Center to investigate child abuse. Children are interviewed one time, by one person in a child-friendly, neutral environment by trained Child Advocacy Center staff. The child and family receive on-site support services and referrals to appropriate community resources. All services are free.
For more information visit www.cac-nh.org or call 524-5497.
Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 10:49
NEW HAMPTON — The Gordon-Nash Library will present Chuck Rounds, and the show of his work "Shadowlands" in the Nash Gallery, in the lower level of the library in September.
An opening reception for will be held for Rounds on September 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. and for a gallery talk on his shamanic art process, on September 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. as well.
Rounds says "The Shadowlands portfolio is a continuation of a digital project that I have been working on for the past five years. This work is an attempt to visualize the territory I traverse during my shamanic journeys; it is created largely in a meditative state, induced by the work itself. It is part of my larger overall project to represent my understanding of the holiness of all landscapes.''
He says the current work was also inspired by the drawings and printmaking of artists who accompanied explorers prior to the invention of photography. ''The Shadowlands portfolio is meant to document the places I travelled to during my vision quest preparation last year; attempting to re-incorporate, to embrace the shadow aspects (in the Jungian sense) of myself and to retrieve parts of my soul that were torn from me during traumatic experiences, or willingly left behind at various points in my life.''
He says that he works in Photoshop distorting the original photographs, manipulating the variables in the program's algorithms, applying filters, and using various drawing and painting tools in the program. It is a very time intensive and layered process and it is all done digitally.
"The seed idea for this work was born from a trip to Khajuraho,India during my first semester of graduate school at Goddard in 2004. I was stunned by the friezes and statuary decorating the facades of towering 10th century C.E. temples (some of which are still active today). The artists depicted all aspects of their daily lives, culture, mythology and history, including a very complete kama sutra suite."
Rounds is a technician of Ecstatic Arts, and creative director of Ground Rounds Shamanic Process-based Art-making and Textile Design Gallery, an Arts-based, Spirit-infused, and Eco-Driven human potential and community development organization.
Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 10:39