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Dick McIntire joins us on this weekend's broadcast to share about the 'Spirit of New Hampshire Awards' and Volunteer NH.  The Spirit of NH is an annual event that will be held on Monday evening, November 10th at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.  Please join us to learn more about Volunteer NH on this weekends broadcast and visit them on the web: http://www.volunteernh.org

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Please join us on this weekend's program to learn about Northeast Delta Dental's new Health Through Oral Wellness (HOW) program.  Dr. Shannon Mills joins Tom for a discussion on HOW and the benefits it provides to its participants. Listen in on Saturday/Sunday or download the podcast from our site or through iTunes.

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If you are interested in getting Hypnotized, then our broadcast this weekend might give you the education you need!  Join Steve Coppola and Tom Raffio for an exciting and fun conversation about Hypnosis and our Health.  Steve will cover 'What is Hypnosis?', 'How does it work?' and the different depths of the hypnotic state.  Steve also does "comedy stage hypnosis" which is different from "clinical hypnosis".  Join us for a fun program and learn about Hypnosis and our Health!

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Looking for an opportunity for community service and you wish to help those in need?  If you answered YES, then you will want to join us on this weekend's podcast to learn about the Concord Friendly Kitchen!  Jennifer Lombardo and Beth-Ann Barrett are our guests and they will share with the audience about the history of the Friendly Kitchen, the fire that destroyed their home on Montgomery Street and how the community came together to help them rebuild in a new location on Commercial Street.  Two fundraising events are coming up in September and October and the Friendly Kitchen is looking for volunteers!  Join us this weekend to learn more and visit them on the web: http://thefriendlykitchen.org/

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Habitat for Humanity is our featured guest on this weekend's broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio.  Joyce Sullivan and Jason LaCombe join Tom for a conversation about the organization.  Topics include 'What is Habitat for Humanity about?', 'How do we operate?', 'Qualifications and process for becoming a Habitat home owner'.  Habit for Humanity has a current project on South Main Street in Concord as well as an upcoming home build project in Louden.  Join us on the radio to learn more about Habitat for Humanity and how you may become a Habitat volunteer.  http://www.habitatconcordnh.org/

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Tom is joined by Melanie Sussman on this weekend's Northeast Delta Dental Radio broadcast.  Melanie is the Program Coordinator for the Ronald McDonald Mobile Dental Care Van which is an outreach of the Saving People's Smiles dental center in Concord, NH.  The van is the first statewide mobile dental van and it was donated by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern New England.  The van is a 'dental office' on wheels and contains state of the art dental equipment, 2 treatment rooms, digital x-rays, and a waiting room with large screen TV for patient education.  Melanie and Tom will discuss the program, who the van serves, how it all started, and the challenges facing the program today.  Join us on the radio to learn more!

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Joe Kasper joins us to share about the upcoming New England Charity Classic Golf Tournament being held at the Stonebridge Country Club in Goffstown the weekend of August 8 - 10, 2014.  This is the Symetra Tour's only 2014 New England tour stop.  Please join us on the radio and follow the tournament on Facebook and the web at http://www.necharityclassic.com/.

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A Northeast Delta Dental Radio special event - Tom Raffio is joined by Mo Martin for a special interview as Mo will share about her LPGA Symetra Tour experience.  Mo Martin was the winner at the Women's British Open as well as she won the LPGA Symetra event here in New Hampshire in 2008.

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Ken Clark joins Tom on this weekend's broadcast to share that City Year is making a Difference in Manchester schools and has the support of the principals, and teachers.  City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization found in 1988 that partners with public schools to help keep students in school and on track to graduate.  Please join us to learn more about City Year and how you may become involved in the program.  Visit City Year on the web: www.cityyear.org/newhampshire

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Please join us on this weekend's broadcast to continue our conversation on Arthritis that was started on our April 26 show!  Matt Raffio and Margaret Duffy from the Arthritis Foundation New England Region will provide us a 'wrap-up' of the June 8th 'Walk to Cure Arthritis', an update on the 2014 calendar of events, and will share with us 'ways you can get involved' to help the Arthritis Foundation New England Region.  Join us on the radio and listen to our past shows on our podcast page at http://www.nedelta.com/About-Us/Northeast-Delta-Dental-Radio/2014-Radio-Shows

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