New program will help save New Hampshire’s iconic barns
Waterville Valley Resort announces that Chris Sununu will resign as CEO of Waterville Valley Resort and relinquish his position on the Board of Directors, effective December 31, 2016 in preparation for his Gubernatorial term beginning January 4, 2017. Tim Smith will be promoted to President and General Manager to extend his fiduciary responsibilities. Tim Smith will report to the Waterville Valley Holdings Board of Directors.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire is proud to announce the Big Brother and Big Sister of the Year. Big Brother of the Year is Bob Purcell, of Amherst. Big Sister of the Year is Sofia Cunha- Vasconcelos, of Keene.
The agency launched a comprehensive campaign to educate consumers about the affordable options for health insurance available through the Health Benefits Marketplace.
Two citizen activists who spoke out for open government and the former head of the American Civil Liberties Union in New Hampshire are being honored at the 2016 Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications First Amendment Event.
New Hampshire’s economy needs innovation to remain competitive over the next 10 years. Once our economy was linked to the Boston economy but the trend has shifted, as millennials refuse to do long commutes, and seek a more urban setting to live closer to work
Tatiana Baier has joined Waterville Valley Resort’smarketing team as the Communications Manager.
The White Mountain Athletic Club has announced expansion plans are underway with construction of a new outdoor aquatic center set to open for the summer of 2017.
One Beacon Insurance Group has donated $2500 to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center to support its efforts to engage the next generation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. A Gold Sponsor of the Discovery Center’s STEM summer camps for children and youth, One Beacon hopes to open up new worlds of possibilities for young people as they explore hands-on, immersive STEM experiences in robotics, rocketry, space exploration, aviation and 3D fabrication.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center has just received a $16,500 Space Grant Augmentation award from the New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium. These NASA funds will support mission-related activities at the Discovery Center, including the after-school McAuliffe-Shepard Science and Engineering Club for middle schoolers and presentation of the new planetarium show, Space School. Combined with its Spring 2016 grant of $17,800, NASA has awarded a total of $34,300 to the Discovery Center in 2016 through the NH Space Grant Consortium, in support of the Center’s free-choice science and engineering activities for children, youth, and families.