A1 Auto Transport is a reputable, trustworthy car shipping company operating in New Hampshire that would like to extend their scholarship opportunities to all eligible students of Merrimack Valley and surrounding areas. A1’s scholarship program awards students in the sum of $250, $500 or $1,000 each year. To be considered eligible, students must have current enrollment at a college, university or other accredited school while maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Qualifying students must complete an essay in 1,000 words or more that relates to the auto transport industry. All submitted essays mustn’t be found published elsewhere online and they must be 100% original. A1’s Scholarship Committee will carefully review each essay after the set deadline date.
March 10, 2020 is the deadline for the scholarship opportunity. At this time, all essays must be submitted to email@example.com along with the student’s name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and school name. By the end of March 2020, A1’s Scholarship Committee will announce all winning students on the website and also notify them by email. Scholarship money for winning students will be directly sent to the school where they’re enrolled.
To learn more about this amazing scholarship opportunity through A1, visit http://www.a1autotransport.com/a-1-auto-transport-scholarship/.
June 11 – SEASON OPENER: BLUES AND BREWS FEST. Join us for an evening with 2017 Granite State Blues Challenge Winners, BAZA BLUES and hear their dynamic, gritty soulful vocals, stories and “bluesocology” of the music and musicians that gave birth to the early blues. Accompanied by an evening of sampling brews provided by Henniker Brewing Company. Maximum of 6 beer samples per adult over the age of 21 ($1.00 per sample; $5.00 for 6 samples) Henniker Summer Concert Series, Special 6:00 PM start. Concert begins at 7:00 PM. Angela Robinson Bandstand, Community Park, Free. In case of rain, program will be in adjacent Community Center. firstname.lastname@example.org. Funded in part with a grant from the Angela Robinson Music Fund, NHCF and the Henniker Rotary ‘Fire on the Mountain Chili Fest.
United Church of Penacook is hosting a concert featuring the Ironwood Quartet on Thursday evening, June 27 at 7:00 PM. Ironwood Quartet is one of Canada’s premiere chamber music ensembles with musical interests ranging from Beethoven and Ravel to Phillip Glass, Ukrainian and American folk music. Visit www.ironwoodquartet.com for additional information and samples of their work. The concert is free and open to the public. Directions to United Church and additional information about this concert are available at www.ucpnh.org. The duo will be in residence at Avaloch Farm Music Institute in Boscawen this June. Avaloch provides a unique opportunity for chamber music and jazz ensembles to have the time and space to work intensively on repertoire, prepare for recordings, concerts or competitions, or work with composers.
An eclectic series of music concerts continues its second season at the Hatbox Theatre, featuring acts from many genres, including jazz, classical, pop, soul, world music and country. Ticket prices are, Adults: $17, Students, Seniors, Members: $14, Senior Members: $12. Tickets can be purchased at www.hatboxnh.com or reserved by calling the box office at 603-715-2315.
On June 28th at 7:30 The Deep Blue “C” Studio Orchestra makes its debut at the Hatbox featuring the music of Burt Bacharach. Deep Blue C is an amazing 17-piece orchestra with strings, horns, vocalists and more. The orchestra fills theaters year-round throughout New England. They were honored to perform for a special concert at the George Bush compound in Kennebunkport, Maine for the late President George and Barbara Bush and guests.
MVSB has contributed $10,000 to HOMEteam in support of their mission to provide greater access to quality consumer education for those seeking to buy or maintain a home. The donation follows years of financial and volunteer support for the organization, as well as for HOMEteam’s partners CATCH, NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire and Lakes Region Community Developers.
And finally some great weather and more than one day of it.
With the city council scheduled to vote on the municipal portion of the budget and the disparity in
property taxes between those who pay the school portion of their property taxes to the Concord
School District or the Merrimack Valley School District, I felt it was time to once again explain
why those in the MVSD pay $5.41 more per thousand.