National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week

Thank You, Volunteers  You Are Making a Difference National Volunteer Week was celebrated April 7-13. What a great opportunity to pause and recognize all those who selflessly give back to their communities! National Volunteer Week was first established in 1974 by...
Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day

April 2nd is Equal Pay Day Wear Red to Raise Awareness Equal Pay Day (April 2nd this year) symbolizes how far into the year a woman must work to earn what a man earned in the previous year.  Many groups and individuals choose to “wear red” to call...
Where do New Hampshire Women Stand Today?

Where do New Hampshire Women Stand Today?

The Status of Women in New Hampshire The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation has just published a new report on the Status of Women in New Hampshire.  Their report covers a wide range of data regarding how women are doing in the Granite State.  While there’s...
Love Letters

Love Letters

"Love Letters" Standing ovation, bow, exit stage left…. The outstanding performance of “Love Letters” at Souhegan High School last weekend by Wendie Malick and Dan Lauria was a show not to be forgotten. They had us laughing, reminiscing, even in tears by show’s end...
Back (Packs) to School

Back (Packs) to School

With Help from Our Friends by Kelsey Sanborn Last Friday I spent part of my day organizing backpacks for our Transitional Housing kids who were getting ready to go back to school and I ended up spending the last 30 minutes of the day overwhelmed and tearing up in my...