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Chuck Lloyd, President of White Mountains Community College joins us on this weekend’s broadcast to share an update on the college and the programs being offered this fall.  White Mountains Community College mission  “is student centered, providing opportunities for success, while enriching lives and communities through quality education and valued partnerships.”  Join us on the radio and please visit the college’s website to learn more about their educational opportunities!  https://www.wmcc.edu

On this weekend’s broadcast, Rodney Rowland, Director of Facilities at Strawbery Banke Museum shares with us about an issue that concerns the museum and the Portsmouth region.  The program theme is ‘Sea Level Rise at Strawbery Banke’!  Rodney will start out the conversation with a short history of Strawbery Banke and then will lead in to the main topic for discussion, which is that the sea level is rising and the impacts that they are seeing at the museum.  We will talk about what the organization is doing to mitigate the impact of the rise and how they are adapting to the changes.  The museum has created an upcoming exhibit “Water has a Memory: Preserving Strawbery Banke and Portsmouth from Sea Level Rise.”  Tune in to learn more and visit Strawbery Banke on the web for event information:  https://www.strawberybanke.org/

Scott Dunlop and Rob Grabill join Tom for the third in the series of programs on the Lions Twin State Soccer Cup.  Our program will cover stories and history of past Lions Cup games, a general history of soccer, the Lions Cup process for team selection in 2021, and an outlook for upcoming soccer games.  Join us on the radio and see you at the game on July 17, 2021 in Hanover, NH.  Visit http://nhsoccercoaches.com/lions-cup/ for event information!

Dr. Mitch Couret joins us for our program this weekend for a ‘Dental Update with Dr. Couret!’  In our conversation, Dr. Couret will provide an update on Veterans Dental Care, our Health Through Oral Wellness® Program, and we will conclude the radio show with a talk about Adult Medicaid.

Lisa McCoy joins us this weekend to chat about the Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race that takes place on June 19 and 20, 2021.  This year marks the 60th anniversary of the annual tradition of running the race.  Runners face a 4,650 gain in elevation over a 7.6 mile course up the auto road to the summit of Mount Washington.  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the race this year will be run in two days with women running on Saturday and the men running on Sunday.  The race proceeds over the past years have provided over $125k for the dental programs at Coos County Family Health Services.

Our New Hampshire Forests is the theme for this weekend’s broadcast on Northeast Delta Dental Radio.  Steve Roberge, Extension Specialist with Forest Resources of the UNH Cooperative Extension is our guest and we will talking about our forests.  Did you know that the state of New Hampshire is 82% forested and just over 70% of this forested land is owned by private landowners?  Join us for this informative discussion on our forests and get outside and enjoy them…  https://extension.unh.edu/programs/forests-trees

Phil Taub joins us on this weekend’s broadcast to share about Swim With A Mission.  Swim With A Mission’s main purpose is to raise money for veterans.  Since 2017, the organization has raised over $6 million for veterans through various events such as a corporate paintball shoot and the annual Swim Race and Festival held on Newfound Lake in July.  Recipients of Swim with a Mission proceeds include The National Navy SEAL Museum, Veterans Count, Harbor Homes, Children of Fallen Patriots, and the Dan Healy Foundation.  Please join us on the radio to learn more about the 2021 Swim With A Mission events and visit them on the web:  https://www.swimwithamission.org/

Mike Culver with the Wright Museum of World War II joins us on this weekend’s broadcast to share about some of the exciting programs and exhibits at the museum.  Special shows this season include WASP: The Untold Story, Women and the War Effort, World War I America, and Shaped by Conflict – Mementoes of the WWII era.  Our conversation will also include some of the history of the museum, equipment on display, and how COVID affected the museum operations.  Tune in to enjoy the broadcast and visit the Wright Museum of World War II on the web:  https://www.wrightmuseum.org/

This weekend, we are going to take a trip down to Portsmouth, NH to visit The Music Hall and enjoy a conversation with the Executive Director, Tina Sawtelle.  Tina will share with us the challenges that The Music Hall faced with the COVID-19 pandemic and how they adapted their program offerings.  In addition to offering small scale outdoor events with local artists, The Music Hall hosted a record-setting ‘Fill the Hall’ food drive event where families and friends donated $75,000 in cash and 26,590 pounds of food (filling every seat in the theater with bags of food) to support Gather, the Seacoast Family Food Pantry.  Please join us to learn more about The Music Hall and upcoming events.  https://www.themusichall.org/

Dr. Larissa Baia, President of Lakes Region Community College is our guest for this weekend’s broadcast to share about the college and its educational program offerings.  The college is located in Laconia, NH, was established in 1967, and is one of the seven colleges that make up the Community College System of New Hampshire.  Dr. Baia will share some of the unique programs the college offers, such as the Fire Technology Associates degree (the only program in the state), as well as the Registered Nursing program (#2 in NH), and the Marine Technology program (#5 in the country).  Tune in to the show to learn more about Lakes Region Community College!  https://www.lrcc.edu/

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