Lebanon, NH—As part of a new series of educational events for Upper Valley Professionals, the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a breakfast seminar on life and work in the Upper Valley on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 8-10 am at River Valley Community College’s downtown Lebanon campus. The event is $20 for chamber members and $30 for not-yet-members; breakfast is included.

“Everyone knows that the Lebanon area is unique,” said Chamber Executive Director Rob Taylor, when describing the event. “We’ve heard from HR professionals and newcomers that coming to the area can be a real adjustment. The real estate market is unfamiliar, the climate can take some adjustment, and there’s also the day-to-day questions of ‘where can I get a good cup of coffee?’ or ‘how do I get to know people?’ We’re excited to be able to offer something that really dives into how the Upper Valley came to be and how to make the most of the time that visitors and residents spend here.”

The event will offer a panel of expert speakers covering topics such as recreation, real estate, history, arts and culture, followed by a round table discussion. To register, call the Chamber at (603) 448-1203 or visit the EventBrite page.

Join us for a night to remember!

Annual Holiday Social
Wednesday, December 12
5-8 pm
Fireside Inn and Suites, West Lebanon

We’ll honor the Business of the Year, Omer & Bob’s, and Lebanon Citizen of the Year, Frank Gould, and celebrate the season in style with live music and great food. Purchase your tickets here or contact the Chamber at (603) 448-1203.

Holiday Social Tickets

The Chamber is once again hosting the Jim Weschler Golf Classic, an early summer tournament to benefit scholarships for adult learners living or working in the Lebanon area. This year’s tournament, the 26th annual, will take place on June 6, 2018 at Eastman Golf Links in Grantham, with tee-off at 1 pm. Registration is limited: to register, contact Bridgett at the Chamber at (603) 448-1203 or email today.

Download the brochure for full details.

The Jim Weschler Memorial Golf Classic honors a sportsman, coach and business leader who had tremendous impact on the Lebanon Area. All proceeds from the tournament benefit scholarships for adult education in the community.

The LACC has given out more than $85,000 in scholarships since the inception of the tournament in 1992. Beneficiaries have used these funds to become educators, increase their work skills, and earn new professional degrees and certifications. Recipients must live or work in Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, or Plainfield.

Join us for the 40th Annual HomeLife Expo! This annual event showcases the best of the Upper Valley.

At: Leverone Field House, Dartmouth College, March 16-18

Hours: Friday March 16: 4-8 pm
Saturday March 17: 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday March 18: 10 am – 3 pm

Admission: In advance or at the door, $8 general admission (12+), $6 military and seniors. Under 12 free. Advance tickets available below!

Book your space today: Sign up online for a booth! New this year: Craftsman’s tables, affordably priced for small businesses.

HomeLife Tickets


Potolicchio, Hanlon, Wheelan, Mulley, Fisher, Troiano, Duncan, Kelly, and more… Early registration ends today at 11:00pm. Reserve your spot now!


2014 New Hampshire Millennial Action Summit

A Symposium on Health, Education, and Activism in the 21st Century

Expert speakers and industry executives will be converging to take a look at our changing healthcare and education landscapes. Breakout sessions involve active attendee participation and are intended to provide for thoughtful discussion. Students will have the opportunity to attend three panels, two breakouts, and a keynote while networking with conference attendees.


Education topics include: teacher preparation and quality instruction, meaningful assessment, Common Core curriculum, higher education cost transformations, and more.


Healthcare topics include: value-based care, pharmaceutical and biotech growth, non-physician primary care providers, innovations in health care delivery, and more. 


Registration includes a continental breakfast, lunch voucher, and dinner banquet catered by the Hanover Inn. This is provided for you with generous support from the President’s Office, Tucker Foundation, and Rockefeller Center. Contact us if you require a fee waiver or reserve your seat today: http://www.millennialactioncoalition.org/#!registration/c8dm


Join us on Saturday, May 3, at Dartmouth College for this day of action! 

Schedule: http://www.millennialactioncoalition.org/#!schedule/c1uka


Preliminary Speakers List


Philip Hanlon, PhD, President, Dartmouth College

Sam Potolicchio, PhD, Faculty, Georgetown University

Charles Wheelan, PhD, Founder, The Centrist Project

Nick Troiano, Co-Founder, The Can Kicks Back


Andrew Kelly, PhD, Director, Center on Higher Education Reform

Bill Duncan, President, Advancing New Hampshire Public Education

Arthur McKee, PhD, Director, National Council on Teacher Quality

Meredith Liu, MBA, Chief Financial Officer, Match Education


Elliott Fisher, MD, MPH, Director, The Dartmouth Institute

Albert Mulley, Jr., MD, MPP, Director, The Dartmouth Center

Gene Harkless, DNSC, ARNP, President, NH NP Association

Stuart Kahl, PhD, President Emeritus, Measured Progress​

HR Webinar Series – Constructing an Outcomes-Based Organization

Leddy Group and Work Opportunities Unlimited

Webinar Series – Constructing an Outcomes-Based Organization (Steve Wood)

Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 09:00am – 10:00am

Online (Register at http://leddygroup.com/component/jevents/icalrepeat.detail/2013/11/20/178/-/webinar-series-constructing-an-outcomes-based-organization.html?Itemid=556)


During this 60 minute, informative Webinar leadership expert, and CEO of Leddy Group and Work Opportunities Unlimited, Steve Wood will help us understand what an outcome-based organization is as well as how to convert an unaccountable work culture into an accountable one.

Participants will learn:

    • Why becoming an outcome-based organization will help       the organization achieve its mission.
    • What it means to be outcome-based and what structural       and cultural elements are required to be successful.
    • The steps an organization can follow if they want to       become outcome-based.
    • Examples of outcomes and how these outcomes are       measured.
    • About an organization that went through the process       and what it does now.

If you need answers to these questions and other related issues, join us. Space is limited so register early!
This program has been approved for 1.00 (Business Management & Strategy) re-certification credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR re-certification through the HR Certification Institute.

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