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Eileen Liponis is our guest on this weekend’s broadcast to talk about the New Hampshire Food Bank.  The mission of the Food Bank is to distribute food to more than 425 partner agencies who, in turn, distribute to food pantries, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, children’s programs, senior centers and more.  The New Hampshire Food Bank is the backbone of charitable food donations in the state.  In 2018, they distributed 14 million pounds of food, and provided the equivalent of 11,777,592 meals through its partner agencies.  Please join us to learn more about the New Hampshire Food Bank and how you can join them to help feed those in need. https://www.nhfoodbank.org/

In what years was the New Hampshire State House constructed?  What date was the official opening of our State House?  How many Civil War battle flags are in the Hall of Flags?  Please join us as Virginia Drew from the Visitor’s Center at the New Hampshire State House joins us to answer these questions and provide us with a short history and audio tour of our State House.  Please join us to learn more about the New Hampshire State House and visit anytime Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm.  http://gencourt.state.nh.us/nh_visitorcenter/default.htm

Dr. Ron Davitt joins us this weekend on Northeast Delta Dental Radio to discuss National Children’s Dental Health Month!  In addition to talking about the history of Children’s Dental Health Month, we will look at a variety of topics to include: ‘what is a dental home?’, ‘when should parents bring their child to the dentist?’, ‘what is a cavity?’, what type of toothpaste should I use?’, plus a whole lot more… please join us on the radio or download the podcast!

Looking for a new sport to try?  How about Archery?  Siobhan Droney joins us to talk about archery and how you can learn and become involved in the sport.

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 and we welcome Joe Kasper and Giselle Rodriguez as our guests.  Giselle will share with us about how Toastmasters has helped her in her professional development and Joe will provide an update on Toastmasters and what is happening in our local club, Horseshoe Pond Toastmasters that meets weekly on the Northeast Delta Dental Campus. Join us on the radio to learn more about Toastmasters International.  https://horseshoepond.toastmastersclubs.org/

If you love to walk or hike the many trails we have here in New Hampshire, then you will want to join us this weekend on Northeast Delta Dental Radio to learn about the development of the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail.  Tim Blagden joins us and will talk about the trail development, completed sections or those in process, as well as sections that are in active planning.  The vision is for a 34 mile trail that goes from Horseshoe Pond in Concord to Newbury Harbor on Lake Sunapee.  Join us on the radio and visit the trail’s website:  https://concordlakesunapeerailtrail.com/

Dr. Brian Hoertdoerfer and Elizabeth Jenkins will join us for Northeast Delta Dental Radio to talk about the 8th annual Big Z Challenge.  The event is a family event where children have the opportunity to meet Boston Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara at a fun and festive party.  The theme for this year’s event is “All about Hockey.”  This is a fundraiser event with proceeds going to the planned expansion of the Elliot Hospital Cancer Center through the Mary and John Elliot Charitable Foundation.  In the past seven years, the Big Z Challenge has raised a total of $125,000. Visit www.bigZchallenge.com for tickets and information.

Christa Keddie and Stacy Plourde join us for ‘Oral Health and You!’ on Northeast Delta Dental Radio.  Our focus in this segment is on maintaining good oral health and protecting your smile.

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 $1.2 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 2019 Swim with a Mission events and visit them on the web:  https://www.swimwithamission.org/

The mission of the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is "to educate, incite and entertain learners of all ages in the sciences and humanities by actively engaging them in the exploration of astronomy, aviation, Earth and space science." 

Our guest, Jeanne Gerulskis will share with us 'What's up at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center?'  We will first look back at 2018 for a short discussion on the challenges and accomplishments as well as a recap of the year's events and exhibits.  Since 2013 when the Discover Center became a nonprofit corporation, they have served over 250,000 people from the general public, schools, facility rentals, and workshops.

Looking ahead to 2019, the center will feature two special exhibits; Virtual Fish Tank – a cool, interactive exhibit produced by the Museum of Science in Boston.  The second special exhibit is the 50th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing.  Two new planetarium shows will also debut in 2019; Moons of the Solar System and Apollo 50th Anniversary/  Stop by the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center and be sure to visit them on the web at www.starhop.com.

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