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Doing Good New Hampshire with Nathan Pelletier

This week I had the opportunity to speak with Nate Pelletier of Franklin. Nate is from Watseka, Illinois and after he graduated from college he took a three month internship in Hill. After his internship finished up, Nate realized he had fallen in love with the people, the beautiful scenery, the seasons, and opportunities that […]

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Be the Change, Be a Voice for Young People

The Problem Living in New Hampshire where the average age is 43 (the second oldest state in the U.S.), I have been the youngest person in many of the rooms I walk into. Sometimes I think this dynamic keeps me feeling young even as I creep into my mid-thirties. More often though, the position of […]

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Making NH Home: Q+A with Courtney Daniel of No To Patterns

Radio show host, stationary designer, and entrepreneur, Courtney Daniel is a nationally recognized award winning business owner and a woman who wears many hats. Originally from Georgia, Courtney moved to New Hampshire eight years ago (and she’s sort of gotten used to the snow)!  Courtney is the founder of No To Patterns™, a membership organization […]

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“Boomerang” Spotlight: Renee Innes

Name: Renee Innes Current City/Town: North Conway Native City/Town: Wolfeboro Tell us a little about yourself. I own Sacred Circle Wellness and The Thrifty Mom in the North Conway Village. I specialize in Women’s Integrative Health as a Massage Therapist, Yoga Teacher, Doula and BirthFIT coach. The mission of Sacred Circle is to support new […]

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Doing Good New Hampshire with Nicole Clark

This week I had the privilege of speaking with Nicole Clark of Strafford. Nicole is the AVP Area Manager at Northway Bank, a Board Member for The Pass Along Project, and a Rotarian out of Portsmouth, who is also involved with the local Interact Service Club. She volunteers with the Southeast NH Habitat for Humanity […]

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Doing Good New Hampshire with Kelsie Eckhert

This week I had the honor to speak with award-winning Social Studies teacher, Kelsie Eckert. Kelsie is the Department Head at Moultonborough Academy, the President-Elect of the New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies (NHCCS), a member of the Manchester NAACP, and the founder of The Remedial Herstory Project, and host of the organization’s podcast […]

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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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Go North, Young Man

Around here we’re used to encouraging Granite Staters to “Stay, Work [and] Play” in New Hampshire. Ranked towards the top of the United States in terms of safety, health and quality of life, NH’s virtues speak for themselves (while rendering our sales pitch a little easier in the process). But no marketing campaign, however effective, […]