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Bank of NH promotes Leonard to S.V.P. - Chief Commercial Banking Officer

LACONIA —  Bank of New Hampshire has announced that Barry Leonard has been promoted to Senior Vice President - Chief Commercial Banking Officer after the recent retirement of Louis H. Guevin, Jr.

"Lou's contribution to our organization has been exceptional and critical to developing our Commercial Lending division," said Mark Primeau, President & CEO of Bank of New Hampshire. "He has been a true asset to our organization and we are grateful for the leadership he has provided over the past 15 years. As his successor, we look forward to the experience and knowledge Barry has to offer."

Leonard joined Bank of New Hampshire in February 2010 and has over 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. He has played a key role in the growth and development of the Commercial Banking Division since that time. Barry holds a degree in business management from Notre Dame College, is a graduate of the ABA Graduate Commercial Lending School and the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking as well as the Executive Leadership Program at Wharton. In 2012, the Union Leader named Barry one of the forty future leaders of New Hampshire under the age of forty. Barry is very active in his community having served on the boards of the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce, the Meadowbrook Charitable Foundation and currently serving on the board of the Belknap Economic Development Council and the Palace Theatre Advisory Board.

"As a full service bank, we offer state of the art Treasury Management and Commercial Lending products and services delivered with the highest level of customer service," stated Leonard. "With over 300 years of commercial banking experience, our commercial banking team understands the day to day challenges businesses face and have a proven expertise in finding the best solutions for our customers. I am very proud to be a part of this dynamic team and look forward to leading the Commercial Banking Division in helping New Hampshire businesses reach their full potential."

Bank of New Hampshire, founded in 1831, provides deposit, lending and wealth management products and services to families and businesses throughout New Hampshire. With 21 banking offices throughout New Hampshire and assets exceeding $1 billion, Bank of New Hampshire is the oldest and largest independent bank in the state.

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Meredith Altrusa Club offers scholarships

MEREDITH — The Meredith Altrusa Club will again award scholarship money geared to the "non-traditional" student twenty-three years of age and older as of March 1, 2015, continuing their education. Scholarships are intended for any of the following:
• Individuals upgrading their job skills or acquiring skills for job entry. For example, but not limited to - LNA programs, re-certification programs, cosmetology programs.
• Candidates enrolled for a minimum of three college credits at an accredited facility.
• Graduate students.
• Applicants living or working in one of the following towns: Meredith, Moultonborough, Center Harbor, New Hampton or Sandwich.

One of the scholarships given will be in memory of Professor Jeanette Ritzenthaler, Ed.D, founder of the Meredith Altrusa Club. Another scholarship will be given in memory of Mrs. Marian Touhey, a long-time member, past Treasurer and co-chair of the Scholarship Committee. These scholarships are called, "The Jeanette Ritzenthaler Scholarship" and "The Marian Touhey Scholarship".

The Altrusa Scholarship Committee will select candidates to interview. Applications may be picked-up at the following Public Libraries: Meredith, Moultonborough, New Hampton and Sandwich. Applications are also available at Plymouth State University and Lakes Region Community College. Applications may also be obtained electronically by visiting the Altrusa Website at www.altrusameredithnh.org/ or email your request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Deadline for the receipt of application is Friday, March 27, 2015. For further information contact chairperson, Lorraine Cahill, 476-5919, or co-chairperson, Shirley Currier, 279-8772.

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LRCC student-run ‘Shaker Table’ to open in Canterbury on February 17

CANTERBURY — The Shaker Table Restaurant, operated by LRCC hospitality students, is scheduled to open for day and evening service starting Tuesday, February 17, 2015. Day operations will be Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Starting in the fall of 2014, LRCC began serving dinners regularly at the Shaker Table Restaurant for the first time. This spring, LRCC will be operating Thursday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

"The Shaker Table dinners were a real hit with our guests last semester," says LRCC Hospitality Club Vice President, Christian LaRoche a third year dual major. "Each week features a different country's exquisite cuisine and I would love to see all of the patrons return for the worldwide cuisine spectacular! The international flair was extremely well received last spring and I am positive it will continue to be successful in coming years."

Kennish was the first LRCC culinary student to compete in the SkillsUSA national competition held in Kansas City, MO. In 2014, she finished 10th place nationally against the top students in that specialty area from each of the 50 states on the college level.

For reservations, call 708- 1192. A listing of featured country's cuisines to be served weekly is posted under the Shaker Table on LRCC's website, www.lrcc.edu, or visit 288 Shaker Road, Canterbury, NH 03224 on days of service.

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Chocolatier to lead work-shop at Gilford Library

GILFORD — Chocolatier Jake Maxwell will be at the Gilford Public Library on Saturday, February 7 to teach a small class the basics of making chocolates. Just in time for Valentine's Day, Jake's class will cover how to "temper" chocolate and make simple and simply delicious treats. Jake has taught this class in the past the Library and it has been a huge hit.

The class will run from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m and costs $5.00 to cover the cost of ingredients. You must have a Gilford Public Library card to sign up. Spots are limited so stop by or give the Library a call at (603) 524 – 6042 to reserve a spot today.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2015 09:14

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