Come enjoy the music of local bands Clark Hackett and “Just Plain Country” and The New England Country Boys on Saturday, June 17th at the Tuftonboro United Methodist Church, 129 Mountain Road. There will be a BBQ prior to the concert starting at 3:30 PM with the concert to follow around 5 pm. Other refreshments […]
Temple B’Nai Israel in Laconia, an integral part of the Laconia Community and a supporter of the Central New Hampshire VNA and Hospice for different events over the years, is hosting 2 important events over the next two weeks:
On Saturday, May 27th at 7:45 pm one of America’s top vocal impersonators, Jay Gates, will take the stage at the newly renovated Meredith Community Auditorium at Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith. This concert will benefit Camp Resilience in Gilford, NH- a place that helps those who have served bounce back in mind, body, and spirit. This high-energy reenactment of everything you have ever seen or heard of Rod Stewart and Barry Manilow’s legendary staging and music, complete with live back-up band and a huge video screen, will dazzle you and your friends. By purchasing a ticket for $27.50, you will enjoy great music, food, and drink while supporting Camp Resilience. Complimentary snacks and desserts can be enjoyed at 7:00 PM and the concert begins at 7:45 PM. Tickets are available at WWW.TBINH.ORG. If you are unable to make the concert but would still like to contribute to this great cause, or dedicate a message of honor or remembrance to a military friend, family or loved one, you can make a $10.00 donation with a personal message and it will be included in the program book for the evening. This entire donation will benefit the work of Camp Resilience.
Temple B’Nai is also taking Pre-orders for the 20th Annual Jewish Food Festival now through June 4th. You can order anything from Blintzes, Potato Latkes and Knishes to stuffed Cabbage Kugel Brisket and Chopped Herring! Pick-up for the food orders will be on July 8th and 9th at the temple located at 210 Court Street, Laconia, NH. For questions about any specific foods E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details and to place a pre-order visit: http://www.tbinh.org
Thousands of individuals throughout Central New Hampshire benefit from the highly skilled nursing staff at Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice. Each of the 50,000 home visits made last year brought compassion and a calming presence to those in need.
May 6th to the 12th is National Nurses Week. This year is designated as “The Year of the Healthy Nurse,” and the theme is, “Nursing: the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit.” Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice will be celebrating National Nurses Week during the entire month of May. Join us in thanking them for all the good work they do. It takes a team of professionals to provide these much needed services; Nurses, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Licensed Nursing Assistants, and Medical Social Workers. In honor of their dedication, commitment, and tireless effort, we are proud to recognize our visit staff for the care they provide 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and how they lead the charge for health and wellness in the 45 communities we serve in Central New Hampshire.
Every year come springtime, Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice has its Service of Remembrance to honor those who have passed under the care of hospice in the preceding year. It is also a pivotal time for friends and family to come and re-connect with hospice staff they know while sharing memories of their loved ones.
This year, the service was held at The First Congregational Church of Wolfeboro. The Tides of Harmony Choral Group of Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice sang lovely and comforting melodies while the names of those who have passed were read aloud and a candle was lit in their honor.
Staff members took time to talk with families and offer support and comfort while inviting them to enjoy some of the many baked goods provided by generous Hospice Volunteers.
In Laconia, the Service of Remembrance is held every November and also honors those who have passed in the preceding year.
Hospice Director and Chief Clinical Nurse Jennifer Laramie speaks of the service as “A truly moving experience as names are read and loved ones come to light their candles. It is a form of healing while also still mourning. It is one of the many ways we connect with loved ones within our Hospice program”.