PLYMOUTH -- Those starting a new business, or who have questions regarding a current business's legal structure are invited hear a presentation by John Cunningham, chair of the New Hampshire Business and Industry Association LLC Drafting Committee on Wednesday, Jan. 14.
Cunningham's talk, which is sponsored by the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce, will take place from noon to 1 p.m. at Pease Public Library on Russell Street in Plymouth.
During this hour-long session Cunningham will answer such questions as:
-- What are the principal legal and tax characteristics of LLCs?
-- Which is better: an LLC or a corporation?
-- What are the principal features of the New Hampshire Revised Limited Liability Company Act that are relevant to New Hampshire business people?
-- What changes is the Legislature likely to make in the New Hampshire Revised Limited Liability Company Act?
Cunningham, an attorney, chais the New Hampshire Business and Industry Association LLC Drafting Committee, which drafted the New Hampshire Revised Limited Liability Company Act and has recently submitted to the New Hampshire Legislature several proposed amendments of that act.
This seminar is offered at no cost to the public, but space is limited, so those interested in attending are asked to reserve a seat in advance by calling the Chamber office at 536-1001.
Cunningham's talk is part of series of free monthly educational seminars and professional skills training conducted by the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce is part of its support of regional businesses and is possible through the generosity of key area businesses and professionals.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 2014 07:32
TILTON — The Lakes Region Flag Football League has teamed up with the Tilton Sports Complex for a winter season of indoor flag football.
The new team will be an 8-11 age division (age as of Jan. 1), and will be an official NFL Flag season. Registration fee is $150 per player for a 12-week season. The fee will include official NFL Flag jersey, flag belts and field rental fees. Season will consist of four teams, and team size will be 10 players. Only 40 players will be able to register.
Games will take place on Saturday nights, with either a 5 or 6 p.m. start time. The season will begin on Saturday, Jan. 10, and end on Saturday, March 28. According to organizers, the program will start with two weeks of practices, then pre-season games, followed by a six-week season, capped off with playoff games, a Super Bowl game and a consolation game.
Registrations are online and open now through the LRFFL website (lrffl.com). Payment by check or credit card. Payments will not be processed until January so it will not put a further crunch on Christmas. Those interested can still register a player now, and if they would like to pay by credit card, they can enter card information. Card will not be charged until January.
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 2014 07:24
MEREDITH -- Meredith Village Savings Bank is once again partnering with Waterville Valley Ski Resorts to give winter sport enthusiasts the opportunity to purchase discounted lift tickets at MVSB branches all season long.
Skiers and snowboarders can purchase lift tickets at any of the bank's 11 offices this winter at prices more than 30 percent less than at the resort – with no restrictions or black-out dates.
Adult (age 18 and older) lift tickets are $50 and teens (age 13-17) are $40 with the discount. All tickets may be used for midweek or weekend/holiday skiing and riding.
In addition, bank customers and their family (up to four tickets) will receive a 50 percent discount on regularly priced lift tickets when purchased with their MVSB debit card at the Waterville Valley ski resort office on Jan. 15, Feb. 5, and March 5.
MVSB Customer Appreciation Day lift tickets will be $32.50 for adults, $27.50 for teens age 13-17, and $22.50 for youths age 6-12. Children 5 and under always ski or ride free at Waterville Valley.
For more information, visit www.mvsb.com/winterlift.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 2014 07:11
PLYMOUTH -- The Readery & M n' M Scoops will host the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce next Business After Hours on Tuesday, Jan. 20, from 5 to 7 p.m. at their location at 67 Main St. in Plymouth.
Well known as a center for books, gifts and regional flavor, The Readery has been a mainstay of Plymouth's downtown for many years. Along with their neighboring business, M n' M Scoops, where Business After Hours attendees can stop for some fun, meet some interesting characters, and try the ice cream.
This business-networking event, conducted by the Plymouth Regional Chamber, is part of its active support of the regional businesses and is possible through the generous support of these key area businesses and professionals.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 December 2014 07:07