MOULTONBOROUGH — The town which has had the development of a facility for use by the Recreation Department under consideration for some time, has kicked off a study of what the residents and taxpayers desire for recreation programs and the priorities they place on the town meeting those needs.
The study starts with a survey that residents and taxpayers may now access on the town's website. Those interested may go to www.moultonboroughnh.gov and click on the yellow box which reads UNH Recreation Study. It is immediately below the home page picture. Those who prefer taking such surveys in a paper format may pick a copy of the survey at Town Hall or the Public Library and drop it off at the reception desks once completed.
Those who cannot get to either location may call 1.603.476.2347 to request a survey be mailed to them along with a return pre-stamped envelope. All surveys need to be submitted by October 27, 2014.
The survey is one part of a multi-prong public participation process being carried out by a team of professors and graduate students from the UNH Department of Recreation Management and Policy. Additional opportunities to participate in the process will include the interview of stakeholders in focus groups and a town-Wide forum scheduled to take place Oct. 22, starting at 5:30 p.m.
Jon Tolman, chairman of the Selectboard, said, "This is a most important initiative in trying to resolve the long standing issue of what the right level of recreation programming and facilities is for our community. I encourage everyone to participate in at least one – if not more – of the many forums being offered."
More information on how to participate in those meetings will be forthcoming in the upcoming weeks in local media and the Town's web site.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 09:16
LACONIA — Laconia Adult Education has arranged for life coach Emily Clement to lead interactive workshops designed to help people identify their professional and personal goals.
The workshops are scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 4, and Monday, Dec. 8. Each workshop will run from 6 to 8 p.m. and cost $15/person. Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP through LHS's Adult Education Program, 524-5712.
Clement's workshop is titled The Vision Workshop: Create a Life you Love! It is a fun, dynamic training that will give participants an opportunity to define, design and experience a life they would love living. Attendees will be invited to imagine and design a life they would love to live in the areas of relationships, health, financial freedom, and creative expression/career.
Clement is a certified life coach through the Life Mastery Institute. A life coach helps individuals set personal and professional goals and then hold clients accountable as they transition from where they are to where they want to be. For more information, please visit www.EmilyClementLifeCoach.com, or call Clement at (603) 520-6300.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 09:09
MEREDITH — The League of NH Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is pleased to host a "Spirit of the Maker" demonstration with Carrie Cahill-Mulligan on Sunday, October 26, 1-5 p.m. The public is invited to meet and speak with Carrie and see how she creates her beautiful felted hats.
Handcrafted with 50 percent llama fiber (which is 8 times warmer than sheep's wool), these hats are not only luxurious, they are also extremely hard-wearing. Each of her hats begins its life as a very large (roughly 12″ x 19″) hand knit stocking cap, which takes 7 hours to knit.
The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is located at 279 Daniel Webster Highway, next to the Inn at Church Landing, in Meredith, NH. Any questions call the Gallery at 603.279.7920.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 09:05
LACONIA — Each of Bank of New Hampshire's 21 banking offices is now accepting non-perishable food items as well as monetary donations. The food and fund drive will continue through Nov. 14, with all donations benefiting local food pantries throughout the state.
The drive is taking place as the holiday season approaches, a time when food pantry inventories are typically depleted.
"Being an outstanding corporate citizen is very important to Bank of New Hampshire," said Ann Nichols, senior vice president and chief retail banking officer for Bank of New Hampshire. "Repeating our annual food drive will help support food pantries across New Hampshire. Between our employee's contributions and the community's support, we hope to make a difference."
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 08:25
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