LACONIA — The Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region will hold an open house on Saturday, April 18 from 10 am to 2 pm at their new lubhouse at 876 Main Street in Laconia. There will be arts and crafts activities, face-painting, gym games and free pizza and ice-cream for kids who attend. This event is appropriate for children in grades K-8.
For questions, contact Mariah Hoffmann at 527-0198.
Last Updated on Friday, 10 April 2015 07:21
LACONIA — The Belknap EDC Board of Directors elected officers for the 2015-16 term on April 3. The following Directors will serve as officers in the coming year:
· Chair: Randy Eifert, Cross Insurance, Branch Manager
· Vice Chair: John Giere Esq., Wescott Law, Managing Partner
· Secretary: Bob Sargeant, Meredith Village Savings Bank, Executive Vice President
· Treasurer: Sean Sullivan, Denoncourt, Waldron & Sullivan, PA, Partner
And welcomed new Board of Directors for three-year terms:
· Gail Batstone, Mill Falls at the Lakes, General Manager
· David DeVoy, Belknap County Commissioner
· Gary Groleau, NH Ball Bearings, Corporate Manager of Labor Relations & Organizational Development
· Paul Onthank, LRGHealthcare, Director of Finance
Recently, Belknap EDC has focused resources on workforce development programs, developing strategies to retain and attract young talent to the region, supporting entrepreneurs, and redevelopment opportunities in Belknap County.
Last Updated on Friday, 10 April 2015 07:14
LACONIA — The Laconia Public Library has scheduled a series of programs in celebration of National Library Week, April 13-18.
For children, there will be a story time at the Goss Reading Room on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m., a preschool story time at the Main Library on Wednesday at 10 a.m. and on Thursday at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.; and Lego Club on Friday at 3:30 p.m.
For teens, there will be a paper hats craft program on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.
For adults, the library will host a program titled "Becoming Wolf: The Eastern Coyote in New England" with Christine Schadler, a wild canid ecologist, on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, please contact the Library at 524-4775.
Last Updated on Friday, 10 April 2015 07:08
LACONIA — Danielle Bertagna has joined the staff of Taylor Community as the Assisted Living Outreach and Admissions Counselor, Taylor CEO Bob Selig has announced.
Bertagna's primary focus will be Assisted Living and Memory Care and in this capacity, she will work with seniors and their families to help find solutions for those who need more support in their day-to-day living.
"Taylor is an exceptional organization and I love that it's a not-for-profit," said Bertagna. "I chose to come here because I believe in what Taylor Community is doing for seniors, and I appreciate the high standard of care this organization provides. The high staff-to-resident ratio, the caregiver training and the compassion and competency provided is all second to none," she said.
"The continuum of care we offer also provides a unique opportunity for seniors to come to our community and get whatever support they need to live a high quality of life – whether they need very basic assistance or a much higher level of care – and progress through different care levels as their needs change," Bertagna added.
Director of Marketing Paul Charlton said, "Not only does Danielle bring 15 years of experience to Taylor, but she has a knack for connecting with and helping people. She's extremely service-oriented, empathetic and proficient in dealing with the community at large."
A graduate of Colby College in Waterville, Maine, Bertagna previously worked in community relations and admissions at another local assisted living facility, and in marketing at Lakes Region General Hospital.
"Assisted Living at Taylor is different from what I have seen at other facilities," said Bertagna. "Our residents live in private apartments, not rooms, so while the care they need is readily available to them, they don't feel like they're living in a facility. This is truly a home. And because our assisted living rates are lower than most other local facilities, it's great to be able to make this quality of care available to more seniors. This is a very vibrant, engaged and welcoming community. It's important for prospective residents and families to come and see what we're all about."
Last Updated on Friday, 10 April 2015 07:06
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