Latest News - September
The playground at Lochmere Meadows in Tilton is nearly done thanks to the efforts of many generous businesses, organizations, and individuals. We cannot express how grateful we are for the outpouring of support we have received from the community.
RediMix Concrete sent a crew of their employees to dig all the holes using equipment donated by ProQuip Equipment Rentals. A group of volunteers with Granite United Way’s Day of Caring assembled the playground elements, erected them, and secured them in place with 2x4s (all in the pouring rain). Our Day of Caring crew included Governor Sununu and several members of his staff, along with volunteers from Squam Lakes Conservation Society, Meredith Village Savings Bank, and the NH Public Utilities Commission. Redimix came back and poured the concrete to secure all the playground elements. Today, we are busy spreading 175 cubic yards of wood chips with the help of another crew of volunteers and a skid steer lent to us by ProQuip.
We also want to thank EPTAM Plastics, Lakes Region Community Services, the Annette P. Schmitt Foundation, the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction, Franklin Savings Bank, Heart and Hands Thrift Store, and KaBOOM! for their financial support of the playground
Putt Putt Tournament
Register today! Play a round of mini-golf, enjoy lunch provided by the Common Man, and try your luck at our raffle.
You can play anytime between 10 am and 2 pm on Saturday, September 29th, at Pirates Cove in Winnisquam. Teams of any size are welcome.
Gilford Village Knolls III Update
It has been almost two months since we cut the ribbon at Gilford Village Knolls III (GVK III). All 24 apartments are rented in this beautiful senior housing project in the heart of historic Gilford Village. The new residents are settling in and enjoying their new home.
Green Tip - Organic vs. Not
As a NeighborWorks America Green Designated Organization we have incorporated green practices across all lines of business. As an organization it is important to us that we remain steadfast stewards of our precious resources and inspire our neighbors to see the value and ease of incorporating green practices into their lives. We hope you enjoy our monthly Green Tip.
We all want to feed our family the healthiest food possible, but buying all organic produce can be prohibitively expensive. Below is a handy list to help you save money on your grocery bill while ensuring that you buy foods that do not contain pesticides.
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