Teresa Brown with the Division of Public Health Services for the State of New Hampshire is our guest this weekend for a conversation on Tobacco Prevention & Cessation. Our conversation will focus on programs and services to help people with quitting cigarettes, chewing tobacco, and e-cigarettes. Programs offered include the NH Tobacco Helpline (1-800-QUIT-NOW), www.QuitNowNH.org, and Quit Counselors and Coaches. Join us on the radio to learn more…
Mike Culver, Executive Director of the Wright Museum of World War II is our guest for this weekend’s show. The Wright Museum is “dedicated to its commitment to educate future generations about the contributions made by WWII-era Americans, to honor their legacy, and to emphasize the relevancy of the 1939-1945 era to contemporary American history.” The museum has built a reputation as a national repository for historically significant WWII items and memorabilia, with over 14,000 items in its permanent collection. The conversation will include a brief history of the museum, purpose and mission, exhibits, 2016 Yankee Magazine’s Editor’s Choice Award, special programs, and a whole lot more. Join us on the radio, visit the museum in Wolfeboro, NH, and check them out on the web: www.wrightmuseum.org.
Do you want to become a confident public speaker and strong leader? If so, Toastmasters is the place for you. At Toastmasters, you will find a supportive learn-by-doing environment that allows you to achieve your goals at your own pace. Toastmasters International is the theme for this weekend’s Northeast Delta Dental Radio with guests Joe Kasper, and Joe Stehno. Our conversation will center around: What is Toastmasters?, Why is Toastmasters needed in today’s world?, What can Toastmasters do for the average person, or is it limited to just business professionals?, How does Toastmasters work?, and, What can you gain from joining Toastmasters? Join us on the radio for the answers to these questions and to learn more about Toastmasters and our local club, Horseshoe Pond Toastmasters.
The Granite State Games are coming soon and Patrick Mulcahy is our guest to talk about the games! The Granite State Games is a multi-sport competitive event for New Hampshire amateur athletes. The Games are based on the Olympic model, complete with an opening ceremony, a round-robin tournament, and championship games. Patrick will discuss the history of the games, tryouts, and program updates as they prepare for the opening of the Granite State Games on June 20, 2016. Visit www.granitestategames.org for event information and schedules.
Tom Walton joins Tom Raffio for a sports themed show on the World Run-Paddle Biathlon Championship and the Cardboard Boat Imitative. The World Run-Paddle Biathlon combines the disciplines of running and paddling. The event is held on May 15th and proceeds benefit New Hampshire Technical Institute X-C programs. Our program will also discuss the Cardboard Boat initiative that is being introduced in Concord area elementary schools.
Tom Raffio and Jackie Cowell of Early Learning NH discuss the new science about early childhood development and why children are the bedrock of the Granite State. Hear what facilitates development, what derails it, and, whether we’re a business leader or a parent or a grandparent, what we can do today to make sure every child gets a great start.
Calling all Kids! Our weekend show is just for you with a presentation about the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. Jane Bard, President of the museum is our guest and she will talk about some exciting things happening at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. Our program will cover a brief history of the museum, why folks would want to visit, programs and events, and a new project they are featuring, which is the STEAM Innovation Lab. STEAM is the acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math). Join us on the radio and be sure to visit the museum located at 6 Washington Street in Dover. You may also find them on the web at www.childrens-museum.org.
Amber Ferreira joins us this weekend on Northeast Delta Dental Radio for a show on Weekend Wellness! Our program will focus on road races and the benefits of running. Amber will discuss the importance of exercise as preventive healthcare, local racing and the awesome New Hampshire racing scene. We will look at the CARS schedule of events and a look back at some of the 100 plus races that Tom participated in during the 2015 season. Join us for a fun filled program on running and see you on the course.
Ashley Stokes is our guest this weekend for an Update from the Seacoast Science Center! The Seacoast Science Center is a non-profit marine science education organization located in historic Odiorne Point State Park on the New Hampshire coast. Ashley will talk with us about the NH Marine Mammal Rescue Program as well as the many events happening at the center this year. A new exhibit they are excited about is A Hurricane Hits Home!, an interactive show that teaches how scientists look to the bottom of the ocean after big storms to locate sunken ships and other dangerous debris. Join us on the radio and check out the science center on the web at www.seacoastsciencecenter.org.
In the early 1990s, Northeast Delta Dental formed a coalition of individuals, professional associations, and agencies in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont with a vested interest in the health and welfare of children to promote the Prevent Abuse and Neglect through Dental Awareness (P.A.N.D.A.) program with the support of the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation. Eleanor Vien is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast to talk with us about the P.A.N.D.A. program and Child Abuse Prevention Month, which is the month of April. Join us for this informative conversation and learn more about the P.A.N.D.A. program on our website at: http://www.nedelta.com/Providers/P-A-N-D-A-Program.