White Dragon Martial Arts hosts 26th Kick for Cancer to raise money and awareness about hospice care

 

In 1990 Grandmaster Dr. George Verigan started the annual Kick for Cancer Martial Arts Tournament.  The purpose was to teach students how to give back to their community and to help them to realize that at some point in their lives we will all know someone who will need the services provided by hospice.  Each year proceeds of this tournament go to support the Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice.

Over the last 20 years, Kick for Cancer has raised an impressive amount totaling over $150,000,” states Vinnie Baiocchetti, Tournament Director and owner of the White Dragon Martial Arts of New Hampshire.

What a great event,” says Brian Winslow, past Director of Development for Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice, “I was lucky enough to attend the Kick for Cancer last year and was surprised not just by the number of participants but also by the fact that competitors were coming from all over the country to be part of this event.”

This years’ Kick for Cancer is being held on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the White Dragon Martial Arts of New Hampshire located at Gilmanton Elementary School, 1386 NH Route 140, Gilmanton Ironworks.

Registration begins at 8:30 AM

Tournament to begin at 10:00 AM

For more information call (603) 387-0779 or (603) 545-2781

 

 

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

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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.

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