Mayors and Leaders Rally To Combat Senior Hunger

Press release

Mayors for Meals is part of a March for Meals campaign, initiated by the Meals on Wheels Association of America (MOW) to raise awareness about senior hunger.  It enables mayors and local leaders to observe first-hand the positive impact this program has on homebound participants. This year Concord Mayor Jim Bouley and Franklin Mayor Ken […]

TRIP Center: April Newsletter

SHOP AND LUNCH IN CONCORD Monday April 8th, at 9:30 A.M. Shop and dine at your favorite Concord stores and restaurants. Transportation cost is $2.00 and must be paid at time of sign up. Lunch is your responsibility.  No refunds will be given. SPECIAL EVENTS EASTER LUNCHEON Monday, April 1st at 11:30 A.M. Join us […]

Kristin Hampers Joins New London Hospital Internal Medicine

Press release

Kristin C. Hampers, PA-C, joins the New London Internal Medicine Practice in March as a Physician Assistant. Some of her special interests include nutrition, wellness education, sports medicine, cardiac, and women’s health. She has practiced in the field for 17 years in both internal and family medicine and enjoys providing compassionate care for patients of […]

Easter Bunny Breakfast at Wilmot Learning Place

Fundraiser on March 30 features visit from the Easter Bunny

Press release

The Easter Bunny is coming to Wilmot! The Wilmot Learning Place (WLP) will hold its third annual Pancake Breakfast and Bake Sale from 8 to 11 a AM on Saturday, March 30 at the Wilmot Community Association’s Red Barn, 64 Village Road, next door to the US Post Office in Wilmot Flat. The menu will […]

VNA Receives Heartfelt Donation on Valentine’s Day

VNA Receives Heartfelt Donation on Valentine’s Day

Heidelberg Lodge IOOF #92 of New London continued its wonderful support of Lake Sunapee Region VNA and Hospice (LSRVNA) by making a “heartfelt” donation on Valentine’s Day. Bob Wright, Noble Grand, presented the Oddfellows’ gift to Scott Fabry, LSRVNA President and CEO, during a breakfast meeting of the Lodge at MacKenna’s Restaurant. Standing: Jason Paquette, […]

Town of Wilmot, WCA Partner to Present Summer Concerts

Press release

The Town of Wilmot, the Music on the Bandstand Committee, and the Wilmot Community Association (WCA) will join forces in 2013 to present summer concerts on the Town Green at the intersection of Kearsarge Valley and Village roads in Wilmot Flat. On March 6 the Wilmot selectmen; Ed Weaver, one of the founding members of […]

Hospital Days to Feature New Events and Time-Honored Traditions

Midway returns August 1 through 3

Press release

New London Hospital (NLH) and the Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce (LSRCC) are excited to announce the dates for the 89th annual Hospital Days event and the return of the Midway. This year, Hospital Days will be held on Saturday, August 3, and the LSRCC will host the Midway starting Thursday, August 1, through […]

Colby-Sawyer College to Host March 30 “Going Local” Event

Press release

A community-wide gathering to build self-reliance and resilience, while promoting sustainability and enhancing quality of life in the Kearsarge Valley Region, will be hosted in the Ware Campus/Student Center on the Colby-Sawyer College campus in New London on Saturday, March 30, from noon to 5 PM. Open to the public at no charge, the “Kearsarge […]

Franklin’s Medication Collection Box Nets Over 2,000 Pills

Helping keep prescription drugs off the streets

Press release

In May of 2012, the Franklin Mayor’s Drug Task Force, in collaboration with the Franklin Police Department, the Franklin Fire Department, and LRGHealthcare installed a permanent Medication Collection and Disposal Box in the lobby of the Franklin Police Department. The Medication Collection box was installed to address the vital public health and safety issue of […]

Andover Food Pantry in Need of Donations

By Maria Glorioso, Andover Food Pantry

Since volunteering for the Andover Food Pantry, I have become increasingly concerned about the amount of food needed to stock the shelves and the limited funds we have to succeed in this endeavor. Even more alarming is that the people we service will not have enough food to sustain them in these hard times. I […]