Joe Kasper is our guest this weekend for a discussion on Summertime Fitness. Summer and fall are great times to be outside and the weather is ideal for getting in some fitness activity. Our conversation will feature some of the upcoming road races, to include; the Woodchuck Classic, Cigna 5K, Run United 5K, New England ½ Marathon, Boot Scootin Boogie, Runway 5K, and our own Frank Donovan Memorial in November. For the walkers in the audience, we have the Arthritis Walk, ALS Walk, Breast Cancer Walk, and we will share about some of the walking trails in our area. Calling all golfers, we have two golf tournaments to mention, the Concord Chamber Golf Tourney, and our Carpenter Golf Tourney to benefit the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation. Join us for an informative program on fitness and see you on the trail or on the race course…
Brian Johnson from Johnson Golden Harvest is our guest this weekend for a Summer Update from the Farmer’s Market. The topics that Brian will discuss are ‘The health benefits of knowing where your food comes from’, ‘The trend towards eating local’, ‘summer vegetables – local produce’, ‘local meat products’, and ‘local dairy products’. Join us for an informative and fun broadcast on good wholesome food choices. Visit Johnson Golden Harvest on the web at www.johnsongoldenharvest.com
Our guest this weekend is Laura Decoster with Safe Sports Network. What is Safe Sports Network? The network provides a variety of services to promote a safer sporting environment for youth athletics. Laura will talk with us about the mission of Safe Sports, why the program exists, how it started, and how it has evolved over the years. Also discussed will be some of the services and programs offered, such as free sports physicals, drop-in clinics, occasional game coverage, sports medicine programs at high schools, and educational programs. Please join us to learn more about Safe Sports Network and youth athletics. Visit Safe Sports on the web at www.nhmi.net or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/safesports.
Please join us for an American Celebration on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio as Lawrence Yerdon and Stephanie Seacord share with us the history of Strawbery Banke and Independence Day! Strawbery Banke invites visitors to time travel through 300 years of American history in the Portsmouth waterfront neighborhood of Puddle Dock. The mission of the museum is to be a place to learn, a place to gather and a sustainable resource for the community. If you are looking for something fun and educational for the family this Independence Day weekend, come to Strawbery Banke! Check out the events and learn more about Strawbery Banke on the web at http://www.strawberybanke.org/
Dr. Shannon Mills is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio to share about ‘Why people don’t go to the dentist?” This informative program will answer questions such as ‘Aren’t a lot of people afraid to go to the dentist?’, ‘How does having dental insurance influence whether people see the dentist?’, Why is the emergency room not the best place to get dental care?’, and ‘What is a “dental home”?’ These questions and more will be answered on the show – won’t you join us?
Tom Hassan, First Gentleman of the State of New Hampshire and President of The Friends of Bridges House joins us this weekend to provide an update on the Bridges House. The Bridges House is the executive residence of the Governor for the State of New Hampshire and was gifted to the state by former US Senator and Governor, Styles Bridges, to be used by our Governors as an executive residence. The home was built in 1835 and is listed on both the New Hampshire and the National Register of Historic Places. In recent years, a capital campaign was created to conduct renovations and upkeep to the home and this project continues. Tom Hassan will provide updates on events and the fund raising campaign as well as to share about the upcoming Friends of Bridges House Golf Tournament. Learn more about the Brides House at http://www.friendsofbridgeshouse.org/
Jun 19th, 2015 by northeastdeltadental
The 55th running of the Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race is coming on Saturday, June 20, 2015, and joining us this weekend on the radio is Howie Wemyss. Our discussion will start out with some history of the Mount Washington Road Race, including some memorable mentions of past runners and race events. We will also share some of the other race events that take place on the Auto Road. What makes the Mount Washington Road Race unique? Join us on the radio to find out... Additional information on the race is available on the web at http://www.mountwashingtonroadrace.com and the Auto Road has an interesting site with lots of tours and events - http://mtwashingtonautoroad.com
Max Puyanic, CEO of ConvenientMD Urgent Care is our guest on this weekend’s show. Max will continue the conversation started several months ago about ‘What urgent care is’, ‘why urgent care is becoming more prevalent around the country’, and ‘the variety of care offered at ConvenientMD’. The vision of ConvenientMD is “Quality Care, Fast and Easy. Compassionate care to each and every patient, exceeding their expectations.” There are currently six locations of ConvientMD located throughout New Hampshire and three more opening by the end of the year. Visit ConvenientMD Urgent Care on the web at www.convientmd.com and be sure to tune in for this informative broadcast.
Bobby Stephen joins us this weekend for a discussion on Fight to Educate and to share about the many scholarships awarded by Fight to Educate to students attending the Community College and other colleges throughout New Hampshire. The program has also been able to benefit New Horizons for New Hampshire, The SEE Science Center and the Bobby Stephen Fund for Education. Bobby will also provide an update on the Bobby Stephen St. Patrick’s Day Dinner event. Join us on the radio this Saturday at 9:05 AM or Sunday at 7:05 AM.
Happy Memorial Day from Northeast Delta Dental Radio! Our guest is Michael Horne, Director of the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery. The cemetery is operated by the State of New Hampshire and is located on 104 acres off of Route 3 in Boscawen, NH. Our discussion will focus on the various services offered by the cemetery to a Veteran, their families, and eligible dependents. If you have need of their services, you are invited to contact them through their website at www.nhsvc.com or stop by their office.