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Business people for July 29, 2014

Monday, July 28, 2014

Ann dipold of Bow and Julia Wagner of Concord recently joined the staff of Better Homes & Gardens/The Masiello Group Concord. Michael Gilbert was recently appointed to the Catholic Charities New Hampshire board of trustees. Gilbert is a gastroenterologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Concord. Brian Grip was recently appointed to the Catholic Charities New Hampshire board of trustees. Grip manages the Bank of America state and public policy team. Timothy King of Gilmanton was recently appointed as the vice president of finance for New Hampshire Federal Credit Union. Angela Kissell of Hillsboro recently graduated from the New England School for Financial Studies in Massachusetts. Kissell is … 0

Local 2015 associates of Leadership New Hampshire

Monday, July 28, 2014

Leadership New Hampshire recently announced its Class of 2015, which includes 39 associates from across the state who will participate in the 10-month program. The organization’s mission is to build a community of informed and engaged leaders. The local associates for 2015 include: Edward Cherian of Boscawmen, development director at Iberdrola Renewables, LLC; Donald Shepard of Bow, council executive of Daniel Webster Council … 0

Gilmanton School Graduates

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The following students graduated from Gilmanton School: Connor Adel, Jenna Baumeister, Seamus Bradford, Taryn Breton, Cian Brown, Jackson Brulotte, Nicholas Bugnacki, Kaley Colby, Julianna Coulstring, MacKenzie Daigneau, Lauren Dean, Camryn Drew, Ethan Emerson, Thomas Everson, Sarah Fillion, Coreen Gagne, Sandor Gamache, Anthony Gentile, Jeffrey Haradon, Nathan Hudson, Tricia Jarry, Samantha Johnson, Mitchell Juneau, Jake King, Ryan Kingsbury, Samantha Knowles, Emily Kordas, Hannah Lurvey, … 0

Letter: In Gilmanton, vote for McCormack

Sunday, March 9, 2014

To Gilmanton voters: We write in support of Steve McCormack for Gilmanton selectman. McCormack is native to the Lakes Region and has lived in Gilmanton since 1987. He had a career in the military and worked for the State Employees’ Association before retiring in 2011. He is an … 0

Vote will decide library’s future in Gilmanton

Sunday, March 9, 2014

If Gilmanton voters don’t agree to pay for the privately owned Gilmanton Year-Round Library in their tax bills this year, it will close Saturday – just four days after the election. The library was built in 2008 and runs on a $70,500 operating budget. On Tuesday, the residents … 0

Voters to take up teachers contract, modular classrooms

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Some teachers have rolling carts for their supplies instead of their own classrooms. Part of the library has been converted to class space. The art teacher and the Spanish teacher share one room. “We are really cramped for space at the Gilmanton School,” Superintendent John Fauci said. That … 0

Letter: Important dates for Gilmanton voters

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Since this is only the second year that Gilmanton voters have conducted town meeting under the so-called SB 2 system, some people may still be unaware of the dates for important town issues, including electing a selectman, other town officers and school board members; voting on budgets for … 0

Letter: Critical vote in Gilmanton

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

To Gilmanton voters: The Gilmanton Year-Round Library board of directors is asking for your support on March 11. Please vote Yes for library funding, which will ensure continued operation of the year-round library. With funding, the library will be able to provide all the services currently offered for … 0

Letter: Support Gilmanton Year-Round Library

Friday, February 28, 2014

Former first lady Laura Bush has said that the most important thing in her wallet is her library card. I am in complete agreement. Libraries contribute to the educational success of children. Research shows that the amount of time children spend with books is crucial to reading achievement … 5

Cake auction raised money for Gilmanton Cub Scout Pack 242

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Gilmanton Cub Scout Pack 242 would like to thank all who participated in our cake auction on Feb. 15. The auction included 12 cakes and raised $94 for our overnight trip to the Montshire Museum in Vermont in March. The cake that raised the most, a three-layer … 0

St. Michael’s College dean’s list

Monday, February 24, 2014

The following area students were named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vt.: ALTON Alexander Dugas, son of Gary and Sherry Dugas. He is a senior English major. Sarah Fraser, daughter of Catherine and Wayne Fraser. She is a senior … 0

Letter: We can’t afford not to fund Gilmanton library

Friday, February 21, 2014

Some folks think they can’t afford the additional taxes if the Gilmanton Year-Round Library is funded. Quite the opposite is true. Many residents cannot afford not having the library. Discounted hard-cover books at Barnes & Nobles, Amazon and BJ’s generally run from $17 for fiction to $24 for … 0

Libraries still matter

Friday, February 7, 2014

Some people may believe that because of the internet, tablets and smart phones, libraries are becoming obsolete. It may surprise you to learn that nothing could be further from the truth! Like libraries across the country, the Gilmanton Year-Round Library is getting busier every year. Libraries serve the … 0