For Immediate Release

For Immediate Release


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,

Good Neighbor Health Clinic Contact: Dana Michalovic, 802.295.1868,



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 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.


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Dead River Company Networking Event



Please join Dead River Company

for networking, delightful libations and

delectable appetizers


You are encouraged to bring a guest, and

when your guest becomes a new Dead River customer,

You will receive a 100 free gallons of fuel.



FROM 5:00 TO 7:00 PM


25 Airport Road, West Lebanon, NH





4 Red Sox tickets (May 21st game), An Outside Fire Pit, An Outside Patio Heater

And Much More



Please RSVP to


AVA Gallery and Art Center


Points of Interest – Dr. Rob Biron – President Lebanon College

Points of Interest – Jim Lawrence

Finish the Fight to End Cancer – You Can Make A Difference

Finish the Fight to End Cancer – You Can Make A Difference

Lebanon, N.H. – After a successful year of surpassing its goal and raising over $29,000, and counting, for the American Cancer Society, the community of Greater Lebanon is looking for volunteers and committee members to continue their fight against cancer and make it even stronger.  2015 will be this Relay’s second year back as a community event after separating from Dartmouth-Hanover-Lebanon.  The committee is happy about the continued interest and enthusiasm the community has for the event, but needs the support of volunteers and committee members to make it another successful year.

The Event Chairs are excited to continue as a community event and are looking for your support. If you want to be involved in next year’s event as a committee member or volunteer please contact Makayla Warren, ACS Staff Partner, at 518-396-9256 or


Relay For Life celebrates cancer survivors, remembers those we have lost, and gives everyone the chance to fight back against cancer. Relay is a community event where teams of friends, families, schools, businesses, and organizations take turns walking overnight at a local track. Special activities, ceremonies, and entertainment make it a fun and moving experience. All teams raise money to help the American Cancer Society fight every cancer, in every community, every day. For more information on the American Cancer Society, or to get help, call us anytime, day or night, at 1-800-227-2345 or visit





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