LACONIA — Kicking off the holiday season, the Lakes Region General Hospital Auxiliary is excited to announce the Tree of Love. An annual symbol of community Christmas and holiday spirit, the tree is lovingly adorned with angels crafted by local school children to honor and remember living and lost family and friends.
The angels are intended to remember loved ones; celebrate someone special, and/or honor those who courageously served our country, gave their lives or bravely fight today. Angels are $3 each, and may be purchased in the LRGH Auxiliary Gift Shop. The gift shop is also gearing up for the busy upcoming holiday season; stocking the shelves with the latest Alex and Ani, holiday décor and other great gifts for everyone on your list. Proceeds from the gift shop and the sale of angels support the local community, so stop in today!
The LRGH Auxiliary would also like to invite the community to attend the Tree of Love Remembrance Service on Thursday, December 11, at 1:00 pm in the Atrium at Lakes Region General Hospital. The brief ceremony will include a reading of the names on the tree and will be followed with some light refreshments and fellowship. All are welcome.
LRGHealthcare is a not-for-profit healthcare charitable trust representing Lakes Region General Hospital, Franklin Regional Hospital, and affiliated medical providers. LRGHealthcare's mission is to provide quality, compassionate care and to strengthen the well-being of our community.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 December 2014 09:55
LACONIA -- The Irwin Automotive group is marking the fourth anniversary of the Quick Lane vehicle maintenance facility at its Bisson Avenue location.
Quick Lane, a Ford Motor Co. brand, offers routine vehicle maintenance such as oil and filter changes, light repair services including brake repair, tune-ups, and tire replacements on all vehicle makes and models.
"At Quick Lane, it doesn't matter what type of vehicle you drive, you can get a variety of automotive services performed by ASE Certified technicians" says Bill Salta, who has managed the facility since it opened in 2010.
The Irwin's Quick Lane has its own customer lounge with many convenient amenities, including WiFi.
The Irwin's Quick Lane facility is one of more than 700 nationwide.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 December 2014 09:45
John Howe, director of Business Transition Strategies and vice president of New Hampshire Business Sales, has been elected to the Board of Directors of The M&A Source, an international professional organization for merger and acquisition intermediaries.
Joe Lindsey, 2015 chairman of The M&A Source, stated, "Besides John's high standards of character and integrity, his experience as a merger and acquisition professional, certified exit planner and general business manager, including three decades in the newspaper industry, will enhance both our board and the commitment to our members."
Howe, of Sandwich, will also serve as chairman of the Conference Planning Committee and will organize the two annual conferences of the group during 2015.
Business Transition Strategies, with offices in Pembroke, and Andover, Mass., provides advisory and M&A transaction services to the region. Howe is a registered representative of StillPoint Capital -LLC., SEC registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA and SiPC, through which he holds the Series 82 and Series 63 registrations.
Also elected to the Board was Pat McDonald, a principal with Walden Businesses in Atlanta.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 December 2014 09:35
LACONIA — The 6th Annual Belknap Mill Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, December 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Visitors will enjoy a wide selection of unique gifts from dozens of New Hampshire craftspeople. Stroll through the Bazaar for handmade crafts, stylish jewelry and clothes, children's toys, specialty food items and other unique gift ideas. Vendors include, Peg's Creations, Tiffman Handbags, Meredith's Marketplace, Smittens, No Weare Else, Corky Totes, Jodi's Bouild a Hat, DeNutte's Delights and Bark to Your Lichen to name a few. Items from a variety of participating craftspeople have also been donated to the LNH Children's Auction in carrying with giving this holiday season.
Holiday Bazaar Coordinator, Judi Taggart, has attracted skillful crafters from around New Hampshire offering a distinctive shopping experience not to be missed. Taggart shared, "I've enjoyed participating in craft fairs and selling my jewelry for over 25 years. I believe it's important to shop local. The Holiday Bazaar is the perfect opportunity to finish your holiday shopping while supporting experienced crafters and businesses."
Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 December 2014 09:29
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