LOH-An Evening with Bruce Hornsby, a benefit concert for the Upper Valley Haven

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What: An Evening with Bruce Hornsby, a benefit concert for the Upper Valley Haven

Where: Lebanon Opera House, 51 North Park Street, Lebanon, NH

When: Tuesday September 23, 2014

Time: 7:30 pm

Ticket Price: $74, $64, $48

LOH Contact: Heather Clow, 603.448.0400, hclow@lebanonoperahouse.org

 

 

 

An Evening with Bruce Hornsby

A benefit for the Upper Valley Haven

Live at Lebanon Opera House

September 23, 2014

 

Virginia-born singer, bandleader and pianist, Bruce Hornsby will perform at the Lebanon Opera House on Tuesday, September 23, 2014. Seats for the 7:30 pm show are $74 and $64 and $48. This is a benefit concert for the Upper Valley Haven. Tickets can be purchased at the Lebanon Opera House Box Office in person or via phone 603-448-0400. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.lebanonoperahouse.org.

 

Almost three decades after winning a Grammy for Best New Artist and launching one of contemporary music’s most diverse careers, Bruce Hornsby still makes joyful noise as he discovers clever and expansive ways to chronicle dynamic musical snapshots of his often generously collaborative journey. For all his talents as a singer, bandleader and pianist with an instantly identifiable sound, Hornsby is a songwriter at heart committed to portraying his songs in changing ways that allow them to expand organically. This approach was further developed by Hornsby’s time with The Grateful Dead when he joined the legendary band between 1990 and 1995 for over a hundred shows. In the Dead’s vibrant tradition of loosely blending improvised folk and blues Hornsby found a shared musical aesthetic.

 

In recent years, he has pushed his artistic limits, working with bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs, The Bruce Hornsby Trio, and jazz legend Charlie Haden. Hornsby has also scored a number of projects for filmmaker Spike Lee including the documentary Kobe Doin’ Work (2009), Red Hook Summer (2012), and the upcoming Da Sweet Blood of Jesus. Hornsby has contributed to all-star collections that pay tributes to Fats Domino, The Band and most recently, Jackson Browne. A music graduate of University of Miami, Hornsby also has partnered with its Frost School of Music to establish the Creative American Music Program, a curriculum designed to develop the creative skills of talented young artist/songwriters by immersing them in the many traditions that form the foundations of modern American songwriting.

 

Hornsby has an extraordinary musical story. His three Grammy wins typify the diversity of his first decade of recording: Best New Artist as leader of Bruce Hornsby and the Range; Best Bluegrass Recording for a version of “The Valley Road” that appeared on the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume II; and a shared award with Branford Marsalis in 1993 for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for “Barcelona Mona,” a song for the 1992 Olympic Games.

 

The commercial successes and creative achievements of Hornsby’s superstar collaborations — including many sampled passages chosen by hip-hop artists — verify Hornsby’s fusion of wide appeal and musical adventure. Consider: His albums have sold over 11 million copies worldwide. The title cut from The Way It Is was the most played song on American radio in 1987, winning the ASCAP Song of the Year award. Harbor Lights won the 1994 of Downbeat Reader’s Poll Beyond Album of the Year — a citation given to music from any genre apart from jazz or blues. The late Tupac Shakur, working with Hornsby, fashioned a new song over “The Way It Is” adding new lyrics and calling the result “Changes.” The track was an international hit and sold fourteen million copies.

 

Over the years, Hornsby has played on over a hundred records, including albums by Bob Dylan, Don Henley, the Grateful Dead, Bob Seger, Crosby Stills and Nash, Stevie Nicks, Cowboy Junkies, Squeeze, Chaka Khan, Liquid Jesus, Bonnie Raitt, Shawn Colvin, Bela Fleck, Clint Black, Ricky Skaggs, Randy Scruggs, and Willie Nelson. Hornsby contributed end-title songs for the Spike Lee films Clockers and Bamboozled.

 

Hornsby has participated in many memorable events: the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 1995 opening concert, Farm Aid IV and VI, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Newport Jazz Festival, New Orleans Heritage and Jazz Festival, Bonnaroo, and Woodstock II and III. An avid sports fan, Hornsby — solo and with Branford Marsalis — has performed the National Anthem for many major events including the NBA All-Star game, four NBA finals, and the 1997 World Series Game 5. His work appears on the soundtrack to Ken Burns Baseball.

 

 

For more information, artist bios, and downloadable pictures, go to the band’s official website

http://www.brucehornsby.com/

 

For more information on the Upper Valley Haven, go to http://uppervalleyhaven.org/

 

1ST ANNUAL WINGS & WHEELS, A CELEBRATION OF LEBANON

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WINGS & Wheels The Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce is having it’s 1st Annual Wings & Wheels, A Celebration of Lebanon, at the Lebanon Airport on Saturday, September 27.

WHERE: LEBANON AIRPORT
WHEN: Saturday, September 27th
TIME: 10AM-5PM
FREE PARKING

ADULTS: $6.00
STUDENTS: $3.00
AGE 6 & UNDER: FREE

Food Vendors | Local Business Vendors | Non-Profit Vendors

 DISPLAYS OF ANTIQUE AND SPECIAL INTEREST AIRCRAFT, CARS, LEBANON FIRE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS WILL HAVE NEW EQUIPMENT AND THE K-9 TEAM WILL HOLD DEMONSTRATIONS, THE LEBANON RECREATION DEPARTMENT WILL PROVIDE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN.  A DART HELICOPTER WILL ALSO BE ON SITE.  NATIONAL GUARD AS WELL AS OTHER INTERESTING DISPLAYS, TO BE ENJOYED BY ALL AGES. 

 

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About Service Credit Union Press Release

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       About Service Credit Union          Press Release

 Service Credit Union

3003 Lafayette Road

Portsmouth, NH  03801

P: 603-422-8300

www.servicecu.org

 

 

For Immediate Release:  August 20, 2015

 

For More Information:    Karen Benedetti, 603-422-7827

                                         Lori Holmes, 603-422-7832

 

Service Credit Union named

2014 Air Force Credit Union of the Year
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (August 20, 2015) — Service Credit Union was selected for the 2014 Air Force Distinguished  Credit Union of the Year Award by the United States Air Force in recognition of its exceptional financial service and support of the Air Force community in Ramstein, Germany.

 

The Ramstein Air Force Base branch delivered above and beyond routine financial service offerings for the Air Force men and women and their families in that community.

 

In a recommendation letter from the U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Patrick Mordente states “Service Credit Union stands outs as the leader in crucial financial need areas such as combating predatory lending, community financial education, 24/7 worldwide access and a full range of high quality, low-cost financial solutions for our Airmen. Their unrivaled ability to support service members worldwide through multiple remote access channels enhances individual and unit readiness as well as insuring financial soundness of Airmen’s families here in Germany. Ultimately their ‘Service’ helps our troops focus on the important mission at hand.”

 

Service Credit Union’s wide range of products and services designed especially for the military was one of the many reasons for this prestigious honor. Among these products and services are Early Payday Checking, Guaranteed Pay, Military Community Emergency Loans, Relocation Loans, Early Payday Loans, Warrior Program and Star Program.  The credit union was praised for its many free services to the military including 24/7 Live Person Contact Centers, Free Online Banking, Mobile Web Banking, FinanceWorks and Mobile Apps, so soldiers can access their accounts from anywhere in the world. Service Credit Union also offers International Bill Pay so members can pay bills in foreign currencies from wherever they may be around the world. This unique capability is an exclusive Service Credit Union service and a huge benefit to its mobile military community.

 

“Service Credit Union takes pride in its important role to our military by providing a full range of low-cost, quality financial products and services for our men and women in uniform and their families,” says Gordon Simmons, President/CEO of Service Credit Union. “Military members and their families may face unique challenges, financial and otherwise and their credit union participates in many initiatives each year to help benefit them.”

 

The 2014 Air Force Distinguished Credit Union of the Year Award was presented to Service Credit Union at the Defense Credit Union Council annual conference this August in Las Vegas.

 

“We are humbled to receive this prestigious award. It would not have been possible without the unwavering support of our loyal membership and the hard work and dedication of our capable staff,” said Simmons.

 

Service Credit Union is a full service financial institution with more than 210,000 members worldwide, offering a wide range of financial products to its members.  With 49 branches including two staffed 24/7 contact centers, and full internet banking services, Service Credit Union serves all branches of the U.S. Military, Veterans and Department of Defense including their families and anyone who lives or works in New Hampshire, 4 towns in Cape Cod, MA. With over $2.7 billion in assets, Service Credit Union has, 31 branches in New Hampshire, one in Massachusetts, one branch in North Dakota, 15 branches on U.S. military bases in Germany and a Virtual Branch.

 

Caption: Service Credit Union is presented the 2014 Distinguished Air Force Credit Union Service Award. Standing left to right are Service Credit Union Director James Fishbein, Service Credit Union President/CEO Gordon Simmons, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Operations Steve Herrera, Service Credit Union Ramstein Branch Manager Douglas Foote and Service Credit Union Member Services Assistant Vice President Michael Besant.

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What: Symphony NH

Where: Lebanon Opera House, 51 North Park Street, Lebanon, NH

When: Sunday, September 27, 2015

Time: 4:00 pm

Ticket Price: $45, $35, $25 & $12 (students). Seniors receive $5 off each ticket

LOH Contact: Heather Clow, 603.448.0400, hclow@lebanonoperahouse.org

Good Neighbor Health Clinic Contact: Dana Michalovic, 802.295.1868, dana@goodnhc.org

 

 

Symphony NH

Benefit Concert for the Good Neighbor Health Clinic

Live at Lebanon Opera House

Sunday, September 27, 2015

 

Symphony NH will perform a benefit concert for the Good Neighbor Health Clinic at Lebanon Opera House on Sunday, September 27, 2015. Seats for the 4:00 pm show are $45, $35, $25, & $12 (students). Seniors receive $5 off each ticket. Tickets can be purchased at Lebanon Opera House Box Office in person or via phone 603-448-0400. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.lebanonoperahouse.org. Please be sure to give Good Neighbor’s code (GN100), when purchasing tickets directly through the Lebanon Opera House.

 

With a rich history beginning with its founding in 1923, by conductor and educator Elmer “Pop” Wilson, Symphony NH is the oldest professional orchestra in New Hampshire. Symphony NH, formerly known as Nashua Symphony Orchestra, was joined by Music Director and Principal Conductor Jonathan McPhee in 2008. Since that time, the orchestra has soared to new artistic heights, continually pushing the envelope with challenging programming and repertoire.

 

Symphony NH’s season opening concert at Lebanon Opera House salutes a trio of American composers, and will feature: Copland’s Rodeo, Bernstein’s Three Dance Episodes from On the Town and Gershwin’s effervescent Concerto in F. Along with conductor Jonathan McPhee, the concert will also feature the sensational piano soloist, Randall Hodgkinson.

 

Randall Hodgkinson is the Grand Prize Winner of the International American Music Competition sponsored by Carnegie Hall and the Rockefeller Foundation.  He’s performed with orchestras in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Boston, Cleveland and abroad in Italy and Iceland. In addition, he has performed numerous recital programs spanning the repertoire from J.S. Bach to Donald Martino. He is an artist member of the Boston Chamber Music Society, and he performs the four-hand and two-piano repertoire with his wife Leslie Amper.

 

Symphony NH’s concert will benefit the Good Neighbor Health Clinic, which was established in 1992 and is located in White River Junction, Vermont. Last year, The Good Neighbor Health Clinic provided a total of 3,000 free medical and dental visits to low-income residents of the Upper Valley. Care provided by the clinic is delivered by physician volunteers and students from the Geisel School of Medicine and Harvard and Boston University Schools of Dental Medicine. Nurses, dental hygienists, and community members in other roles come together as “clinic teams” to provide medical and dental care. Additionally, the Good Neighbor Health Clinic’s Red Logan Dental Clinic provided $600,000 worth of free services to those in need last year.

 

For more information regarding Good Neighbor Health Clinic, visit: http://www.goodneighborhealthclinic.org/

For more information regarding Symphony NH, visit: http://symphonynh.org/about-snh/

 

 

 

 

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