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Laconia Harley-Davidson raffles motorcycles for charity

  • As the 2014 Laconia Motorcycle Week kicks off, Laconia Harley-Davidson announced Wednesday at the State House that it is raffling two new motorcycles to raise $30,000 for the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association, which strives to make sure anyone who wants to learn to sail can, and David's House, a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon. At the State House were (top, from left) Tom Mullen, chairman of the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association, Jaye Olmstead, development director at David's House, Anne Deli, owner of Laconia Harley-Davidson, Gov. Maggie Hassan and Steve Deli, owner of Laconia Harley-Davidson. Raffle tickets can be purchased until Aug. 23 at David's House, the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association in Gilford, Laconia Harley-Davidson in Meredith and White Mountain Harley-Davidson in North Conway.

    As the 2014 Laconia Motorcycle Week kicks off, Laconia Harley-Davidson announced Wednesday at the State House that it is raffling two new motorcycles to raise $30,000 for the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association, which strives to make sure anyone who wants to learn to sail can, and David's House, a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon. At the State House were (top, from left) Tom Mullen, chairman of the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association, Jaye Olmstead, development director at David's House, Anne Deli, owner of Laconia Harley-Davidson, Gov. Maggie Hassan and Steve Deli, owner of Laconia Harley-Davidson. Raffle tickets can be purchased until Aug. 23 at David's House, the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association in Gilford, Laconia Harley-Davidson in Meredith and White Mountain Harley-Davidson in North Conway.

  • As the 2014 Laconia Motorcycle Week kicks off, Laconia Harley-Davidson announced Wednesday at the State House that it is raffling two new motorcycles to raise $30,000 for the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association, which strives to make sure anyone who wants to learn to sail can, and David's House, a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon. At the State House were (top, from left) Tom Mullen, chairman of the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association, Jaye Olmstead, development director at David's House, Anne Deli, owner of Laconia Harley-Davidson, Gov. Maggie Hassan and Steve Deli, owner of Laconia Harley-Davidson. Raffle tickets can be purchased until Aug. 23 at David's House, the Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association in Gilford, Laconia Harley-Davidson in Meredith and White Mountain Harley-Davidson in North Conway.
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