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Meet Julia – Stay Work Play’s New Regional Insider’s Guide Intern!

Hi all! I’m Julia Denaro, a Professional and Technical Communications major at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester. This fall I’ll be Stay Work Play’s newest Regional Insider’s Guide intern and I’m excited to use my writing and researching skills for this amazing organization! When out of class, I participate in school clubs where […]

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Conservation Commission: Critical Issues

This is the third blog in a series, if you haven’t already, check out the other Conservation Commission blogs: Meet Member Brett Gagnon and Brett’s Experience. What are the most critical issues facing conservation efforts in the next 3 years?  Most of the issues facing conservation efforts, both locally and globally boil down to sustainability. […]

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Deepening Connection and Understanding Across NH’s Urban/Rural Divide

We’ve all lived it, haven’t we?  We’re going about our day when someone says something political that boils our blood. Anyone could have said it, anywhere. A stranger through the comfortable anonymity of the comments section. A neighbor or a colleague we thought we knew better, over a video-chat happy hour. A blood relative, a […]

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Conservation Commission: Brett’s Experience

This is the second blog in a series, if you haven’t already, check out the other Conservation Commission blog: Meet Member Brett Gagnon. Why is it important to have younger members on the Conservation Commission?  Like many groups, organizations and teams its always helpful to have the most diverse array of members. The old saying […]

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Conservation Commission: Meet Member Brett Gagnon

The state’s natural environment and many outdoor recreational amenities are a magnet for young people. Stay Work Play supports measures to protect these irreplaceable natural and recreational amenities and the economic benefits they make possible. New Hampshire puts forth legislation to conserve the environment; the 2020 Outdoor Recreation Legislation describes some of what is happening […]

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Doing Good New Hampshire with Whitney Vachon

This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Whitney Vachon! Whitney was born and raised in Laconia, NH and now lives in Franklin, NH. Growing up Whitney was very active in the school community, but decided to leave New Hampshire and live in the Detroit, Michigan area. After a year away, New Hampshire was […]

Doing Good New Hampshire with Matt Gelinas

This week I spoke with Matt Gelinas of Barrington, New Hampshire. Matt combines his love for music and people to make New Hampshire a better place! Matt was raised in Rochester, NH attended Plymouth State University and is now a short term claims analyst at Sun Life Financial.  After college, Matt decided to stay in […]

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603 Spotlight: Joseph Mitchell

Name: Joseph Mitchell Current City/Town: Woodsville. Native City/Town: Woodsville. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Hey everyone, I am Joe Mitchell, resident of Woodsville, which is located along the Connecticut River and is one of the southern most towns of the North Country. Although I work many different jobs, I am a full-time student […]

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603 Spotlight: Hannah Blandini

Name: Hannah Blandini Current City/Town: Bow Native City/Town: Alton Bay Tell us a little bit about yourself. I studied and received my Undergraduate degree in English at the University of New Hampshire. I work at Southern New Hampshire University as an online Undergraduate Academic Advisor. Additionally, I advise a Communication Club for online students. Right […]