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Lakes Region Community College Holds Registration Day

 

LACONIA  — More than 100 registered for their fall 2014 classes during Registration Day at Lakes Region Community College.

Among those taking part were Bruce Thibeault Jr., of Gilmanton Iron Works, and Brielle Moore of Belmont.

Thibeault is a new Accounting major and works with his father painting houses in Bruce Thibeault Painting. Moore is entering her second year of studies at LRCC, beginning as a Business Management major in the fall having been a Liberal Arts major last year.

"Starting off in a large group of unfamiliar people, LRCC faculty and staff are quick to make everyone of all ages feel welcome and ready to start their fall semester," says Thibeault. "This comfortable feeling is a harbinger of good things to come. I am excited to start my fall semester in the Accounting program and to be working with professors Carlene Rose and Max Brown."

"I came today as a LRCC Student Ambassador and chose to join the Business Management group and decide on classes for the fall even though I had not planned to do so," says Moore. "Attending LRCC, I have found that the staff is accommodating and caters to every need no matter how spontaneous it may be. I am very thankful to have met the new students as well as the business professors."

Thibeault plans to transfer to a four-year college or university upon completion of his LRCC Associate Degree. Entrepreneurship is anticipated utilizing knowledge gained in his education.

Moore plans to finish at LRCC and transfer to a South Carolina college or university for her Bachelor's Degree in business. The warmth is a significant attraction to Moore as is the culture.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 09:15

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PMHS student wins McDonald's scholarship

ALTON — Prospect Mountain High School senior and McDonald's shift manager Anthony Krivitsky was recently awarded a $2,500 McDonald's National Employee Scholarship Award.

Krivitsky is among several McDonald's restaurant employees nationwide selected to receive this honor for his outstanding employee contributions, scholastic achievements and community involvement.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 09:12

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Flea market & craft fair in Center Harbor

CENTER HARBOR — The annual Flea Market and Craft Fair will take place Saturday, July 12, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Main Street, on the grounds surrounding the Center Harbor Congregational Church, UCC. Admission is free and this event is for the support of the church programs.

This popular summertime event attracts people from near and far. Vendors offer a wide variety of hand-crafted gifts, including woodcrafts, soaps, children's accessories and dress up, jewelry, antiques, and baked goods. In addition, visitors can enjoy food concessions and strawberry shortcake at the café seating provided under the trees. Another feature of the event are Trifles and Treasures tables inside the church hall, which is handicap accessible.

The fair is easily accessible by boat as well as by car. The Flea Market Craft Fair is visible from Route 25 and from the Center Harbor town docks on Lake Winnipesauke.

Parking and admission are free. For more information on this great event, please phone the church office at 253-7698, or e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 09:08

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Gilmanton Year-Round Library to host talks on loons and Algonkian Indians

GILMANTON — The Gilmanton Year-Round Library continues their summer event series with presentations on loons and New Hampshire Native American.

Loons - their natural history, challenges and successes in New Hampshire will be the subject on Saturday, July 12, at 4 p.m. Harry Vogel, executive director of the Loon Preservation Committee, will offer an illustrated description of the trials and tribulations of these ever-fascinating birds.
Algonkian New Hampshire brings Dartmouth Professor Jere Daniell to the Library on Tuesday, July 15 at 7 p.m. He will talk about the Indians which occupyied territory within the boundaries of what is now New Hampshire shared language patterns subsequently labeled "Algonkian." He will describe the nature of pre-contact society, changes triggered by contact, Indian life after Europeans settled virtually all Granite State land, and the origins of recent growth in New Hampshire's Indian population. The program is sponsored by the NH Humanities Council.
All programs are free and open to the public. Donations to support the Library are always welcome. The Library is located on NH Route 140 opposite the Gilmanton School.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 09:05

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