Noah Smith, supporter and volunteer with Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice making plans to release first EP

Moutlonborough, VNA, Hospice musicLocal High School Musician, Noah Smith who has donated his time and music to Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice’s  Tree of Memories Service at Moulton Farm in Meredith for the past two years will be releasing his first EP (6 song album) on March 4th.  Noah has been recording his EP at The Recording Co-op in Gilford, New Hampshire with the help of singer/songwriter/producer Ryan Ordway and singer/songwriter Franz Haase.

The first single from the album, Make a Change is currently available on iTunes, Spotify and Google play.  Come see Noah live at Gunstock Mountain on March 4th from 6:00-9:00.  No cover charge or tickets needed for admission.  Donations are appreciated and any donation of $15 or more comes with signed CD.  The songs on this album are passionate, honest and unique with lyrics and melody that inspire you to sing along.

Noah will be attending Belmont University in the fall to study Music Business with a Production emphasis and he will continue to pursue his music career.  Come spend an evening with your family at Gunstock and support this young, talented artist.

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Governor appoints Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice Staff Member Jennifer Laramie to New Hampshire Board of Nursing

Jennifer Laramie RN, CHPN Hospice Director Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice

Jennifer Laramie RN, CHPN Hospice Director Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice

Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice is proud to announce that Hospice Director and Chief Clinical Nurse, Jennifer Laramie RN has been appointed to sit on the New Hampshire Board of Nursing.

There are 11 members of the Board of Nursing:  5 Registered Nurses (RN) one of which must be an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP), 2 Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), 2 Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNA), and 2 public members. The Board members are appointed by the Governor to serve a 3-year term.  Each member may serve a total of 3 consecutive 3-year terms, or a total of 9 consecutive years.

The purpose of the Board is to:

……….Safeguard life, health, and the public welfare of the people of this state and ….. to protect the people of the state of New Hampshire from the unauthorized, unqualified, and improper application of services by individuals in the practice of nursing…….”

Jennifer Laramie has worked at Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice for 12 years and says, “I really enjoy taking care of people….the patients are what keep me coming back everyday.”  She is excited about representing RN’s on the Board of Nursing and looks forward to serving on the Board for the next three years.

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