Insider Archive - November 2016

Nonprofit Insider Archive - November 2016

NAMI New Hampshire Announces New Deputy Director

NAMI New Hampshire is pleased to announce that Susan L. Stearns has assumed the new title and role of Deputy Director. Ms. Stearns will oversee the agency’s development efforts and assist with internal operations, as well as represent the organization in a variety of leadership roles throughout the state.
Posted on: November 30, 2016

Spaulding Youth Center Recognizes Community Award Recipients

Spaulding Youth Center hosted our annual Thanksgiving luncheon on campus for all students, campus staff, supporters, community partners and friends. With turkeys once again generously donated by MetroCast, our Food Services department prepared a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings. This feast was then proudly served with a smile by Spaulding Youth Center students.
Posted on: November 17, 2016

Local Youth Donate to Child and Family Services

A group of boys from the Mayhew Program recently contributed $370.00 representing a portion of their summer work hour earnings to President and CEO Borja Alvarez de Toledo of Child and Family Services.
Posted on: November 14, 2016

DeJoie joins Child and Family Services’ Advocacy Team

Child and Family Services, recently added John DeJoie of Concord, NH, to its advocacy program.
Posted on: November 14, 2016

New Hampshire Women’s Foundation Welcomes Tanna Clews as New CEO

The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation is delighted to announce that they have appointed Tanna Clews as the new CEO.
Posted on: November 10, 2016

Colonial Theater Redevelopment Gets a Boost from Meredith Village Savings Bank

At the announcement of Meredith Village Savings Bank’s donation of $350,000 to the Colonial Theater rehabilitation project in Laconia are, from left: Laconia Mayor Ed Engler, Gracie Cilley, vice president, commercial loan officer at the bank, Justin Slattery, executive director of the Belknap Economic Development Council, Rick Wyman, president of the bank, and Randy Eifert, chair of the Belknap EDC.
Posted on: November 9, 2016

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