Community Calendar Event

Program Year 2014 Informational Webinar

Presented by: Endowment for Health

Get More Context On EH's Strategic Planning Process

Learn About Plans and Strategies for New and Existing Priority Areas

Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Location:

Checkmate Takes on Healthcare Reform

Free Webinar

Presented by: CheckmateHCM

Checkmate will be hosting a free webinar on Friday, November 22nd at 12:00pm.

This webinar will be tackling the ACA, addressing questions such as: "Play or Pay," changes to the health care coverage credit and more!

Topics that will be covered:

  • "Play or Pay" Provision
  • Changes to the health care coverage credit
  • Increased Medicare tax withholding
  • ACA Manager and Checkmate's technology solution for ACA compliance

Some information about our presenter Steven Gerlach:

Steve is a member of the Labor and Employment Practice Group and an adjunct member of the Business Law Practice Group. He represents business, nonprofit and individual clients in matters of tax planning, taxation of intellectual property, federal and state tax controversy, executive compensation, employee benefits, the Affordable Care Act and ERISA.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

If you have any questions, contact Victoria: victoria@checkmatenh.com or (603) 225-2004.

Date: Friday, November 22, 2013 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: Webinar

"It Had to be Done So I Did It"

Part of NHTM's "4th Phridays at the Phone Museum" Series

Presented by: NH Telephone Museum

An oral history project written by Dr. Judith Moyer, a former Warner resident, which represents rural NH women at work from 1900-1980.  Rebecca Courser, Executive Director of the Warner Historical Society and volunteer with the oral history project, along with others, will present the reading accompanied by photographs of the women and the work they represented from farm wife to teacher and town clerk to telephone operator.  This is the final "4th Phriday" event for 2013!

Dessert will be provided by The Local, Warner's newest restaurant!

Date: Friday, November 22, 2013 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: New Hampshire Telephone Museum

The Song Am I

45th Anniversary Holiday Concert

Presented by: Concord Chorale

The Concord Chorale performs “The Song Am I,” at their 45th anniversary year holiday concert. Three concerts feature joyous seasonal songs for chorus and youth choir with Riverside Brass, percussion, organ, and an audience participation finale.  Soloists are from within the folds of the Chorale.

The program includes an upbeat “Magnificat” from celebrated St. Paul’s School composer Nicholas White, a fresh look at traditional carols by New England composer Gwyneth Walker, and a new Cantata from esteemed old friend Kevin Siegfried. These local composers are expected to be in attendance at various concerts throughout the weekend. In addition, a Christmas Cantata by Daniel Pinkham, plus the charm of Abbie Betinis and Stephen Chatman all combine to inspire joy, hope and peace.

Tickets are $20 general  admission, $15 for students/seniors, and available from Chorale members, at Bona Fide Green Goods and Merrimack County Savings Bank, both on  Main St, Concord, or by calling 463-5504.

Date: Friday, December 6, 2013 - 8:00pm to 9:30pm
Location: South Congregational Church, 27 Pleasant Street

Socially Responsible Investing

Presented by: F.L. Putnam Investment Management Company

F.L.Putnam Investment Management Company is pleased to invite you to explore the past at the Millyard Museum. Enjoy appetizers, cocktails and the remarkable collection of exhibits that
celebrate the history and spirit of the city of Manchester.

Please come and discover the hidden gem created by the Manchester Historic Association in the heart of the Queen City.

F.L.Putnam will offer a short presentation highlighting the evolution of Socially Responsible Investing in the Discovery Gallery from 5:00 - 5:30 p.m. Come learn about the trends in Socially Responsible Investing or just stroll through the Millyard Museum and see history unfold at Amoskeag Mills.

R.S.V.P. to D.J. Shaughnessy by emailing dshaughnessy@flputnam.com or calling (800) 356-1781, ext. 157.

Date: Thursday, November 14, 2013 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: Millyard Museum, 200 Bedford Street

Great Strides Rural Education Corps' AmeriCorps Program Information Session

Presented by: Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

Do you serve K-12 students from a rural community?

Could you use a grant to help you provide direct services to students who need additional assistance?

Come explore the possibilities and help us understand the need in your community so we can share those needs with our Federal Funder. 

AmeriCorps members can bring passion and energy to help you serve your students/youth.

Learn more about the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England and provide critical insight into program planning that will guide our Federal Proposal to continue our Great Strides Rural Education Corps AmeriCorps program. 

This proposal will bring additional educational resources to rural communities.  The Great Strides Rural Education Corps currently places AmeriCorps members with schools/organizations such as:

  • Fort Fairfield Schools, Fort Fairfield, ME
  • Lake Region Union High School, Orleans, VT
  • Maine Seacoast Mission Downeast Education Center, Cherryfield, ME
  • Telstar High School, Bethel, ME
  • Stevens High School, Claremont, NH
  • And 20 more partners where a total of 31 AmeriCorps members currently serve full time.

If you are interested in receiving a grant of AmeriCorps members to help you accomplish your work with youth, you must follow this link to express your desire to learn more about the program.  You may also use the form to RSVP to join one of the Informational Meetings described below.  

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSC_AmeriCorps_Interest_Survey 

Follow this link 10 minutes before to get your computer connected: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/402048557, and call in to (267) 507-0015. The access code and meeting ID are 402-048-557.

Program Background
The Great Strides Rural Education Corps is an AmeriCorps program of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. Great Strides can provide AmeriCorps Members to rural schools or non-profits serving rural students in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. These information meetings will consist of background information relating to AmeriCorps, Goodwill industries of Northern New England and the specific details of what AmeriCorps members can do at your school or agency. It will also include group discussion of how to make the program most effective and what the most pressing educational needs are in your community.

Thanks for your interest in the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. To learn more about our other education focused AmeriCorps programs please go to http://www.goodwillnne.org/jobs/americorps.

Date: Monday, November 25, 2013 - 3:00pm to 4:45pm
Location:

Great Strides Rural Education Corps' AmeriCorps Program Information Session

Presented by: Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

Do you serve K-12 students from a rural community?

Could you use a grant to help you provide direct services to students who need additional assistance?

Come explore the possibilities and help us understand the need in your community so we can share those needs with our Federal Funder. 

AmeriCorps members can bring passion and energy to help you serve your students/youth.

Learn more about the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England and provide critical insight into program planning that will guide our Federal Proposal to continue our Great Strides Rural Education Corps AmeriCorps program. 

This proposal will bring additional educational resources to rural communities.  The Great Strides Rural Education Corps currently places AmeriCorps members with schools/organizations such as:

  • Fort Fairfield Schools, Fort Fairfield, ME
  • Lake Region Union High School, Orleans, VT
  • Maine Seacoast Mission Downeast Education Center, Cherryfield, ME
  • Telstar High School, Bethel, ME
  • Stevens High School, Claremont, NH
  • And 20 more partners where a total of 31 AmeriCorps members currently serve full time.

If you are interested in receiving a grant of AmeriCorps members to help you accomplish your work with youth, you must follow this link to express your desire to learn more about the program.  You may also use the form to RSVP to join one of the Informational Meetings described below.  

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSC_AmeriCorps_Interest_Survey 

Note on Location: Enter door on right side of building. GPS coordinates don't work. Please follow directions at http://www.ncedservices.org/directions.htm.

Program Background
The Great Strides Rural Education Corps is an AmeriCorps program of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. Great Strides can provide AmeriCorps Members to rural schools or non-profits serving rural students in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. These information meetings will consist of background information relating to AmeriCorps, Goodwill industries of Northern New England and the specific details of what AmeriCorps members can do at your school or agency. It will also include group discussion of how to make the program most effective and what the most pressing educational needs are in your community.

Thanks for your interest in the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. To learn more about our other education focused AmeriCorps programs please go to http://www.goodwillnne.org/jobs/americorps.

Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 - 10:00am to 11:45am
Location: North Country Education Services, Bellavance Room

Great Strides Rural Education Corps' AmeriCorps Program Information Session

Presented by: Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

Do you serve K-12 students from a rural community?

Could you use a grant to help you provide direct services to students who need additional assistance?

Come explore the possibilities and help us understand the need in your community so we can share those needs with our Federal Funder. 

AmeriCorps members can bring passion and energy to help you serve your students/youth.

Learn more about the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England and provide critical insight into program planning that will guide our Federal Proposal to continue our Great Strides Rural Education Corps AmeriCorps program. 

This proposal will bring additional educational resources to rural communities.  The Great Strides Rural Education Corps currently places AmeriCorps members with schools/organizations such as:

  • Fort Fairfield Schools, Fort Fairfield, ME
  • Lake Region Union High School, Orleans, VT
  • Maine Seacoast Mission Downeast Education Center, Cherryfield, ME
  • Telstar High School, Bethel, ME
  • Stevens High School, Claremont, NH
  • And 20 more partners where a total of 31 AmeriCorps members currently serve full time.

If you are interested in receiving a grant of AmeriCorps members to help you accomplish your work with youth, you must follow this link to express your desire to learn more about the program.  You may also use the form to RSVP to join one of the Informational Meetings described below.  

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSC_AmeriCorps_Interest_Survey

Program Background
The Great Strides Rural Education Corps is an AmeriCorps program of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. Great Strides can provide AmeriCorps Members to rural schools or non-profits serving rural students in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. These information meetings will consist of background information relating to AmeriCorps, Goodwill industries of Northern New England and the specific details of what AmeriCorps members can do at your school or agency. It will also include group discussion of how to make the program most effective and what the most pressing educational needs are in your community.

Thanks for your interest in the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. To learn more about our other education focused AmeriCorps programs please go to http://www.goodwillnne.org/jobs/americorps.

Date: Thursday, November 21, 2013 - 4:30pm to 6:15pm
Location: Lebanon Public Library, All Purpose Room

Great Strides Rural Education Corps' AmeriCorps Program Information Session

Presented by: Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

Do you serve K-12 students from a rural community?

Could you use a grant to help you provide direct services to students who need additional assistance?

Come explore the possibilities and help us understand the need in your community so we can share those needs with our Federal Funder. 

AmeriCorps members can bring passion and energy to help you serve your students/youth.

Learn more about the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England and provide critical insight into program planning that will guide our Federal Proposal to continue our Great Strides Rural Education Corps AmeriCorps program. 

This proposal will bring additional educational resources to rural communities.  The Great Strides Rural Education Corps currently places AmeriCorps members with schools/organizations such as:

  • Fort Fairfield Schools, Fort Fairfield, ME
  • Lake Region Union High School, Orleans, VT
  • Maine Seacoast Mission Downeast Education Center, Cherryfield, ME
  • Telstar High School, Bethel, ME
  • Stevens High School, Claremont, NH
  • And 20 more partners where a total of 31 AmeriCorps members currently serve full time.

If you are interested in receiving a grant of AmeriCorps members to help you accomplish your work with youth, you must follow this link to express your desire to learn more about the program.  You may also use the form to RSVP to join one of the Informational Meetings described below.  

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSC_AmeriCorps_Interest_Survey

Program Background
The Great Strides Rural Education Corps is an AmeriCorps program of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. Great Strides can provide AmeriCorps Members to rural schools or non-profits serving rural students in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. These information meetings will consist of background information relating to AmeriCorps, Goodwill industries of Northern New England and the specific details of what AmeriCorps members can do at your school or agency. It will also include group discussion of how to make the program most effective and what the most pressing educational needs are in your community.

Thanks for your interest in the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. To learn more about our other education focused AmeriCorps programs please go to http://www.goodwillnne.org/jobs/americorps.

Date: Friday, November 22, 2013 - 9:00am to 10:45am
Location: Recreation Center, Room 14

Great Strides Rural Education Corps' AmeriCorps Program Information Session

Presented by: Goodwill Industries of Northern New England

Do you serve K-12 students from a rural community?

Could you use a grant to help you provide direct services to students who need additional assistance?

Come explore the possibilities and help us understand the need in your community so we can share those needs with our Federal Funder. 

AmeriCorps members can bring passion and energy to help you serve your students/youth.

Learn more about the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England and provide critical insight into program planning that will guide our Federal Proposal to continue our Great Strides Rural Education Corps AmeriCorps program. 

This proposal will bring additional educational resources to rural communities.  The Great Strides Rural Education Corps currently places AmeriCorps members with schools/organizations such as:

  • Fort Fairfield Schools, Fort Fairfield, ME
  • Lake Region Union High School, Orleans, VT
  • Maine Seacoast Mission Downeast Education Center, Cherryfield, ME
  • Telstar High School, Bethel, ME
  • Stevens High School, Claremont, NH
  • And 20 more partners where a total of 31 AmeriCorps members currently serve full time.

If you are interested in receiving a grant of AmeriCorps members to help you accomplish your work with youth, you must follow this link to express your desire to learn more about the program.  You may also use the form to RSVP to join one of the Informational Meetings described below.  

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GSC_AmeriCorps_Interest_Survey

Program Background
The Great Strides Rural Education Corps is an AmeriCorps program of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. Great Strides can provide AmeriCorps Members to rural schools or non-profits serving rural students in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. These information meetings will consist of background information relating to AmeriCorps, Goodwill industries of Northern New England and the specific details of what AmeriCorps members can do at your school or agency. It will also include group discussion of how to make the program most effective and what the most pressing educational needs are in your community.

Thanks for your interest in the AmeriCorps programs of Goodwill Industries of Northern New England. To learn more about our other education focused AmeriCorps programs please go to http://www.goodwillnne.org/jobs/americorps.

Date: Friday, November 22, 2013 - 2:00pm to 3:45pm
Location: Plymouth State University, Hartman Union Building, Room 123

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