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Spring has arrived and it is time to 'Play Ball'.  The 2017 Fisher Cats season is just days away from starting and Mike Ramshaw is here to share about all the exciting things happening with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.  The Oral Health Challenge continues this year and provides the opportunity for children to earn two free tickets to a game. 

The feature event for this season is the Northeast Delta Dental Eastern League All-Star Game!  Also as part of our conversation, we will update you on the renovations project going on at the stadium that includes a new stage for pre-game concerts, new tiered seating section, and redesigned ballpark entrance pavilion.

Join us on the radio to learn all about the 2017 Fisher Cats Season, visit the Fisher Cats website  (nhfishercats.com) to buy your tickets, and see you at the ballpark!

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On Wednesday, March 28th at Southern New Hampshire University, a conference on mental health entitled The Real Cost to Business: The Mental Health and Addiction Crisis will be held.  Our guest on this weekend’s show, Judge John Broderick, will talk with us about the forum and mental health awareness.  Do you know the ‘Five Signs’ and the ‘Ways to react (R.E.A.C.T.)?’  Tune in to learn more!

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How to Avoid Dental Emergencies is our theme for this weekend’s broadcast on Northeast Delta Dental Radio.  Dr. Shannon Mills joins us to talk about ways to avoid dental emergencies, especially while traveling.  We will also talk about ‘dental first aid’ – helpful tips when things do go wrong.  Join us for this informative oral health program!

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If you enjoy aviation, you will want to join us on this weekend’s broadcast of Northeast Delta Dental Radio.  Bob Hough, President of the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire joins us to talk about the museum and upcoming programs.  The mission of the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire is “to preserve New Hampshire aviation history through dynamic and hands-on exhibits and programs.  We engage the public through learning opportunities in aviation, science, and technology.  The museum offers a unique cultural experience, that inspires aviation enthusiasm in people of all ages.”  Please join us on the radio and learn more at http://www.nhahs.org/

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Maggie Pritchard and Ann Nichols join us for this weekend’s program on the Lakes Region Mental Health Center.  The mission of the center “is to provide integrated mental and physical health care for people with mental illness while creating wellness and understanding in our community.”  They serve clients in 24 municipalities in Belknap and Southern Grafton Counties.  Please join us to learn more about Lakes Region Mental Health Center and the services they offer.

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Stephanie Couturier and Maria Devlin join us on this weekend’s broadcast to share about the American Red Cross.  The American Red Cross is at work in our communities every single day.  From blood drives to ensure the nation’s blood supply to assisting families who have lost their home due to a disaster, Red Cross volunteers are engaged across our region in a multitude of ways!  Join us to learn more about the Red Cross and visit them on the web at redcross.org.

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Fred Bramante joins us this weekend on Northeast Delta Dental Radio to talk about the 65 x 25 Education Initiative.  What is this initiative?  It is “State leaders in business, education, philanthropy and government are working together to make sure that 65 percent of New Hampshire adults have a high-value credential or postsecondary degree by 2025.”  Join us on the radio to learn more about 65 x 25 – Building New Hampshire’s Future Workforce!

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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month!  Please join us on Northeast Delta Dental Radio for an informative conversation with our guests; Christa Keddie and Stacy Plourde.  We will learn about the purpose of National Children’s Dental Health Month, some specifics on children’s dental health in New Hampshire, how Northeast Delta Dental is supporting children’s dental health, and much more…  Tune in for the broadcast or download the podcast from our website or on iTunes.

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Catholic Charities New Hampshire was established in 1945 and is currently one of the largest human services agencies in the state with a mission to provide quality services that heal, comfort, and empower the poor and vulnerable.  Karen Moynihan is our guest this weekend to talk about Catholic Charities NH and the various programs and services they offer.  Two upcoming fundraising events are the ‘Mardi Gras Gala’ to support the emergency assistance programs and the ‘Steel Chef Challenge’ to support the Food Bank programs.  Join us on the radio and visit Catholic Charities NH on the web:  https://www.cc-nh.org/

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Dr. Bryan Hoertdoerfer (known as the Bruins Dentist) is our guest on this weekend’s show to share about NH Youth Sports and a wrap up of the Big Z Challenge.  Approximately $24,000 was raised through the Big Z Challenge to benefit the expansion project of the Elliot Regional Cancer Center.  As part of the conversation, Dr. Hoertdoerfer also talked about the importance of mouth guards for children (student-athletes) and the Mouth Guard Initiative.  www.bruinsdentist.com

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