GILFORD — Got an old computer collecting dust in your closet, or a broken refrigerator sitting on the back porch? What do you do with such items when you replace them? Everything from laptops, phones and radios to home appliances or TV's cost a fortune to haul away.
Turn all that junk over to the Laconia-Gilford Lions Club during their Electronic Waste Collection Day on Saturday, April 18 in the Lowe's parking lot in Gilford from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For a small disposal fee, not only will we take your old electronic items off your hands, we will recycle them. The disposal charge is almost always less than the prices at local transfer stations. Cash or checks will be accepted but not debit or credit cards.
Here is a list of items you may want to drop off: computer monitors, laptops, CPUs, servers, CD/DVD players, camcorders, AV equipment, VCRs, speakers, mice or keyboards, copiers, faxes, scanners, printers, phones (land and cell), phone systems, UPS systems, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, cords, cables and computer accessories.
In addition, we will also take microwaves, air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, water heaters, washing machines, dryers, gas or electric stoves, dishwashers, dumb terminals, and TVs. Anything with a cord not listed will also be accepted.
You cannot drop off: oils, paints, thinners, batteries, tires, items containing mercury such as fluorescent and CFL light bulbs or thermometers, capacitors, ballasts, or any other hazardous waste.
Disposal fees frange from $1 to $30 per item depending on size (almost always less than the cost at local transfer stations).
The Laconia-Gilford Lions Club will hold an Electronic Waste Collection Day Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lowe's parking lot in Gilford. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 07:15
LACONIA — The Pitch Black Ribbons perform at Pitman's Freight Room in Laconia on Friday, April 24 at 8 p.m.
Clint and Cody are brothers and with their new acoustic project, the Pitch Black Ribbons, they return to the roots of their knowledge. A style that draws from all genres epitomizes the philosophy that there are two kinds of music in this world: the good, and the rest. People mistake the band as country all too often, thanks to the visual cue of the cowboy hats, but the brothers revel in such miscategorizations that illuminate more about the mentality of the surrounding world than any individual within it. Pitch Black Ribbons music encompasses the varieties of human experience, from love to revelry, from anger to happiness.
Catered dinner buffet available before the show. For more information or to make dinner reservations call 527-0043 or visit www.pitmansfreightroom.com.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 08:55
CENTER HARBOR — On Monday, April 27 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Moultonborough Public Library, the Center Harbor Community Development Association, is holding a free workshop to help small businesses build their presence online.
Let's Put Our Cities on the Map is part of Google's Get Your Business Online Program and aims to bring community members, business owners, and civic leaders together to help small businesses succeed on the web.
"So far, 35 businesses in Center Harbor and 106 in Moultonborough are managing their information that is used by Google's online search and map services", said Bill Gassman, Internet marketing workshop leader of this event. "Accurate information helps customers get directions to exact business locations and know when a business is open. Over 90% of people use the internet to locate businesses, but fewer than half of local businesses have complete or accurate information listed with Google. This workshop gives a business control of their information and helps them be found more easily."
For more information, or to update your business's information with Google outside the workshop, visit WWW.GYBO.COM/NH. Google does not charge for this service.
This workshop is co-sponsored by the Moultonborough Public Library and the Center Harbor Community Development Association, a group of local businesses, churches and individuals working together to increase enjoyment of the community by both residents and visitors year-round.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 07:04
GILFORD — The Gilford Police Department (GPD) today announces its involvement in the Own It? Respect It. Secure It. (ORS) Initiative to help raise the public's consciousness on the issue of firearm safety and responsibility through the core message: "Store Your Firearms Responsibly."
To generate awareness around this important message, GPD will be providing free gun safety kits to Gilford residents while supplies last (a maximum of two safety kits per household will be allowed). Kits include a cable-style gun-locking device with accompanying brochure that discusses safe handling and storage in order to help deter access by unauthorized individuals, including at-risk persons. Residents may stop by the police department in order to retrieve kits from police Dispatch personnel.
"Through the ORS Initiative, we want to reach as many people as possible with this message to encourage safe and responsible firearm storage," said GPD Chief of Police Anthony Bean Burpee. Bean Burpee continued by saying, "Our goal is to make proper firearm storage as second nature as keeping medicine in child-resistant containers. With the ORS Initiative, we can have a positive impact in helping to prevent accidents and unauthorized use of firearms."
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 07:00
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