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Friends of Mascoma Foundation - Scholarships Available.
Good Afternoon –
Friends of Mascoma Foundation has several scholarships available for students graduating from MVRHS this June. The application deadline is May 1st and the application can be found online: http://friendsofmascoma.org/scholarship/. Applicants must be pursuing post-secondary programs including technical/trade/certificate programs, associates programs, and 4+ year college/university programs. There are scholarships available for STEM, healthcare, teaching, vocational programs, and more.
This is the third year of our scholarship program, we are looking forward to reviewing applications from the Class of 2018, and awarding scholarships at senior awards night. We awarded $6,500 to the Class of 2016 and $14,500 to the Class of 2017 thanks to our generous donors. Please stay tuned to see how much we are able to award the Class of 2018!
If you know of a senior at MVRHS applying for scholarships, please let me know about this opportunity!
Friends of Mascoma Foundation
340 Grafton Pond Road
Enfield, NH 03748
Your Participation Requested: FY19 Community Health Needs Assessment
Every three years, Dartmouth Hitchcock, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, and VNH, conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment.
We want to hear from YOU! Please take 10 minutes to give us your thoughts and opinions. Please use the link below to complete the survey.
We use this assessment to better understand what needs our community is most concerned about and what conditions are impacting the health and well-being of our region's residents. This assessment informs hospital services and community health initiatives, and supports community organizations in planning services.
We encourage you to share this link with your family, friends, and colleagues.
The FY19 Community Health Needs Assessments will be available in late November 2018. If you’d like to see Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s FY2016 Community Needs Assessment, you can find it at:
If you have questions about our Community Health Needs Assessment, please contact: Barbara Farnsworth, Manager, Community Health, at 603-653-6818, or at email@example.com
Do you have any cloth bags that you can donate to our pantries?
We will also take plastic bags.
We also need empty 12 pack egg cartons.
We oftentimes get eggs in flats and need to transfer to cartons.
You can drop these off at the Enfield Town offices anytime they are open.
Also, these businesses are drop-off points in Enfield for snack items:
Enfield House of Pizza
Aker Fiber Studio
Looking to donate items?
March we are concentrating on hand held Snacks for Schools.
Things like granola bars
individual fruit cups
Thanks a lot!
on behalf of Friends of Mascoma Foundation
Public Meeting Notice
Enfield Shaker Village Scenic Byway Committee
When: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 from 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Where: Whitney Hall, Enfield Town Office 23 Main Street, Enfield
Why: Quarterly Meeting of the Enfield Shaker Village Scenic Byway Committee to review
Corridor Management Plan Strategies and Action items and plan next steps.
*All meetings are open to the public. For questions please contact Meghan Butts at the Upper Valley
Good Afternoon -
The Enfield Energy Committee has partnered with local organizations and businesses to collect hard to recycle waste for recycling through TerraCycle (www.terracycle.com). Below is a list of the locations and waste types being collected.
Community Lutheran Church / Mascoma Cooperative Preschool
Members of CLC, people attending functions at CLC, and families of MCP have the opportunity to recycle the items below:
Energy Emporium is providing the opportunity recycle light e-waste in town. Energy Emporium has placed a TerraCycle box outside on their back porch where the following items may be placed:
Once the box is full it will be shipped back to TerraCycle where the items will be recycled. Thank you to Energy Emporium for helping Enfield residents recycle e-waste and save energy!
Enfield House of Pizza
EHOP spends several hours a couple times a year collecting cigarette butts from the parking lot. Instead of these cigarette butts going into the trash, they will be recycled through TerraCycle in the future. EHOP will not be collecting cigarette butts from the general public and we encourage smokers to dispose of their cigarette butts responsibly in the provided receptacles instead of on the ground. The Enfield Energy Committee wants to thank them for their commitment to sustainability for recycling cigarette butts.
Little Folks Daycare
Families using Little Folks Daycare have the opportunity to recycle the items below:
Holly West on behalf of the Enfield Energy Committee
Lost & Found
If you've left something behind at the Enfield Community Building please check with the Town Manager's Office as the item may have been turned into our office. Items that remain unclaimed for an extended period of time will be disposed of as appropriate.
If you find something left behind at the Enfield Community Building please bring it to the Town Manager's Office.
You can contact us at 603-632-5026 or click here to email us