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Enterprise Center hosting QuickBooks seminar on Dec. 4

PLYMOUTH — Charlene Smith, Certified ProAdvisor of QuickBooks and founder of QB Support Services, LLC, will present the program QuickBooks: Online vs. Desktop on Thursday, December 4 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Enterprise Center at Plymout

During this evening workshop, Smith will help attendees learn whether QuickBooks is right for them, the difference between online and desktop versions, how to change from desktop to online, and more. This workshop is presented in partnership with SCORE Lakes Region and is for small business owners and entrepreneurs who want to learn more about Quickbooks, its applications, and benefits.

Seating for this complimentary event is limited, so reserve a spot today by clicking the "Seminars" page on the ECP website, www.EnterpriseCenterNH.com, contacting the Center office at 535-3222, or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Founder of QB Support Services, LLC in Belmont whose business philosophy is "to assist small businesses, nonprofits, and individuals with your QuickBooks needs," Smith has a background in accounting and insurance. Over the years she has acquired an advanced QuickBooks certification as well as certifications in Enterprise, Online, and Point-of-Sale.

As part of their ongoing commitment to business growth and development, the Enterprise Center at Plymouth brings educational seminars and professional skills training to Grafton and Belknap Counties. The ECP is an incubator/accelerator that provides a one-stop shop of services and referrals to assist business owners and entrepreneurs through all aspects of business acumen. For more information, please contact the ECP at 535- 3222 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 10:31

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Luncheon to follow Salvation Army Turkey Plunge on Saturday

LACONIA — Following the Turkey Plunge at Opechee Beach on Saturday November 22, the annual Post-Plunge luncheon will be held at the Laconia Middle School.

This luncheon is open to the general public and will feature chowders, chili, soups and other culinary delights from some of the Lakes Region's finest restaurants including Patrick's Pub, O Steak & Seafood, Fratello's, Kitchen Cravings, Hart's, T-Bones, Junior's Crush House and Annie's Café & Catering. Desserts and serving will be provided by the Culinary Arts students of LRCC under the instruction of Chefs Pat Hall and Bill Walsh.

A $5 donation entitles members of the public to the delicious lunch as well as entry into a door prize drawing with numerous gift cards and offers from area attractions and businesses. A sample already confirmed at press time includes an overnight stay at the Inn at Mill Falls, 2 lift tickets for Gunstock, vouchers for Manchester Monarchs hockey tickets, gift cards from Crazy Gringo and Trustworthy Hardware and 4 Generations Gold gift cards from Meredith Village Savings Bank valued at $50 each.

The luncheon will get underway at approximately 1 PM, Saturday, Nov 22, immediately following the Turkey Plunge, which benefits the Salvation Army. 

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 10:25

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Hannaford launches hunger fighting campaign

SCARBOROUGH, Maine – Hannaford Supermarkets today announced the 2014 launch of Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger, a charitable campaign focused on helping feed individuals who do not have access to enough nutritious food.

Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger is a partnership between the supermarket and its customers in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and New York to provide food and monetary donations to local pantries and regional food banks. Donations benefit the one in six Americans – 49 million people -- who are "food insecure," without consistent access to all the nutritious food they need.

"This program makes it convenient for Hannaford customers to support neighbors who are struggling," said Eric Blom, company spokesman. "At a time when the need continues to grow, Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger allows people to make donations right at the supermarket and purchase food items that trigger matching donations by Hannaford."

Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger has three parts:
• Hannaford Helping Hands: Customers purchase a box of food staples for $10, and choose whether to have the box delivered to the local pantry or to donate it personally. With every box purchased, customers receive a "Best of fresh" recipe book with the top dishes from 10 years of the magazine and more than $25 in coupons. Hannaford customers bought a record 92,752 Helping Hands boxes in 2013, an increase of 15 percent over the previous year.
• Register Donation: Throughout December, customers may donate money to their state food bank, in $5 increments, right at the register. Donors will receive a "Best of fresh" recipe book.
• Buy One, Give One: For four weeks, starting Nov. 16, customers can trigger Hannaford donations to food banks by purchasing a particular product on specific days. For each item purchased, Hannaford will donate an identical product to the state or regional food bank. Last year, this program generated 30,332 boxes of spaghetti, 30,977 cans of sauce and 57,095 cans of vegetables for food banks.

Each Hannaford store determines what local food pantries to support. Stores compete with one another to encourage donations, and those supermarkets with the highest level of giving receive additional cash donations from Hannaford to be contributed locally.

Since 2008, Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger has contributed a total of more than $5.5 million in food, customer cash gifts and Hannaford cash donations to local food pantries and food banks.

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 10:00

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Meat raffle at American Legion Post in Laconia on Saturday will help local family

LACONIA — Wilkins-Smith American Legion Post 1 will hold a benefit meat raffle on Saturday, Nov. 22, starting at 1 p.m. at the Post Home, 849 North Main St., opposite the Central Fire Station.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Dan Dignan and his family. Dignan has undergone periodic hospitalization at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in recent months and is unable to work.

The raffle will offer something for everyone and there will be plenty of Thanksgiving meat packages, say organizers. This event will be open to members and guests.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 November 2014 09:57

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