WOLFEBORO — Preferred Vacation Rentals, located in New Hampshire since 1978, has opened a second location in historic downtown Wolfeboro at 25 North Main Street. Preferred Vacation Rentals provides vacation and yearly rental services throughout in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire and continues to feature excellent service by their experienced professional staff from their main office in Moultonborough.
Preferred Vacation Rentals expanded into their new location due to the popularity of vacation home rentals in the Wolfeboro region. They boast over 200 vacation rentals that vary from large, luxury homes to modest lakeside cottages including island rentals. "We consider ourselves the finest Vacation Rental Company in the region as we strive to provide exceptional service to our homeowners and guests in order to make the process as simple and enjoyable as possible," states Mark Borrin, owner of Preferred Vacation Rentals.
Preferred Vacation Rental's new location officially opened on December 2. All Wolfeboro area homeowners, realtors and business community members are welcome to visit the new location. Although the majority of properties are rented to vacationers during the summer months, PVR rents properties throughout the year. Homeowners can choose to rent their property for a week, month or even longer. The expertise that PVR provides both homeowners and vacationers is unsurpassed. They provide homeowners with a well-executed program that makes the process easy. They also have an extensive marketing program for their properties to make it easy for vacationers to find the perfect fit for their Lakes Region vacation stay. Borrin continues, "It's not just about renting properties. Our team is dedicated to helping every visitor have the very best experience possible in the Lakes Region of NH. We are thrilled to be able to expand our services to 'The Oldest Summer Resort in America' destination!"
PVR offers waterfront, beach access, New Hampshire condominiums, townhouses and country cottages available on or near Lake Winnipesaukee, Lake Winnisquam, Squam Lake, Little Squam Lake, Lake Wentworth, Lake Kanasatka, Lake Waukewan, Wicwas, Sargent Lake, Shellcamp Lake, Silver Lake, Lake Winona and Wakondah Pond. PVR is a family-owned business that was founded by Mel and Tina Borrin in 1978 and is now owned and managed by son, Mark Borrin. Mark Borrin has given back to the Lakes Region community by serving on many boards including the Squam Lake Chamber of Commerce and the Lakes Region Tourism Association. The company is a member of the National Vacation Rental Managers Association.
Last Updated on Monday, 08 December 2014 11:29
BELMONT — The Belknap County Republican Committee has announced that their next monthly meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, December 10 at 6:30 pm at the Top of the Town Restaurant, 88 Ladd Hill Rd in Belmont.
The guest speaker for the December meeting will be Jennifer Horn, Chairman of the NH GOP. Chairman Horn will present an overview of the results of the November election statewide, discuss the strategies that worked well and the areas that need more attention, and describe NH GOP plans for the 2016 election.
In addition, the County Committee will be holding its bi-annual caucus to elect State Committee members for the upcoming two years. Due to the nature of the December meeting, only registered Republicans from Belknap County and invited guests will be permitted to attend the meeting.
Those interested in having dinner and/or wish to socialize before the meeting, should plan to arrive as early as 5 p.m. The Committee once again reminds everyone planning to attend to bring a non-perishable food item to the meeting for distribution to local food pantries.
Last Updated on Saturday, 06 December 2014 01:46
LACONIA — A German Advent Service will be held Sunday, December 7 at 2 p.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Parade Road.
This traditional German Advent Service will be led by Rev. Matthew Tingler, Pastor of Christ the King Lutheran Church, Nashua. This service will be in the German Language but printed English translations will be available.
After the service there will be a German style Kaffee Klatch. Please bring Kuchen (cakes and cookies) to share.
As a donation bring a non-perishable food item for the Good Shepherd's Hands and Hearts Food Pantry.
Last Updated on Saturday, 06 December 2014 01:41
TILTON — Former rivals and local pitching standouts Jordan Cote and Derrick Sylvester will be together again, this time to benefit local kids and families. The two minor leaugue pitching prospects will be on hand at the Tilt'n Diner at Exit 20 in Tilton Wednesday night, December 10 from 5:30-7:30 as part of the 28th annual Mix 94.1fm Cash and Cans Money and Food Drive for the Holidays
Cash and Cans founder and Mix 94.1fm Program Director Fred Caruso is thrilled to have both players for the annual spaghetti dinner. "I think it's terrfiic and says volumes about these two young men who are donating their time to the Cash and Cans Program," said Caruso, who coached Cote, a 2011 graduate, at Winnisquam Regional High School and coached against Sylvester, a 2009 Franklin High School product. "They'll sign anything you'd like. Bring in your hats, bats, balls, gloves...for a donation in any amount to our Cash and Cans Program. I can't thank them enough for donating their time."
Cote was drafted in the third round by the New York Yankees in 2011. He pitched a no-hitter in the state championship game in 2010, leading the Bears to their first ever baseball championship. Sylvester led the 2009 Golden Tornadoes to a state championship, their first in 25 years. He was drafted in the 32nd round by the Los Angeles Dodgers this past summer after a stellar career at SNHU. Both are currently in the minor league systems of their respective clubs.
A limited number of 5x7 photos will be available for each player. "It's rare in our area to have two high-profile kids get drafted within a couple of years of each other. They had a couple of memorable battles on the field during their high school days. It's going to be great to see them back together again," said Caruso.
The spaghetti dinner runs from 5-8pm. It's all-u-can-eat for just $8.99 with five dollars from each dinner sold benefiting Cash and Cans, along with the proceeds from the autograph session. The Cash and Cans program benefits nine local, central New Hampshire organizations who in turn help thousnds of people who need a helping hand, especially at this time of year. For more information about the Cash and Cans program, visit www.mix941fm.com.
Last Updated on Saturday, 06 December 2014 01:34
- Meat bingo fund raiser at Laconia VFW Post today
- Moulton Farm hosting holiday open house on Dec. 14
- Christmas Stroll planned in Meredith on Dec. 18
- First Day in Franklin to feature 34th annual kayak run on Winnipesaukee River
- Muehlke Family Tree Farm donating $1 from every sale to Conservation Trust
- Tilton Winter Farmers’ Markets to start on Dec. 13