The recent Supreme Court ruling on Internet sales tax and trade conflict with Canada and China will affect many Chamber businesses. We’re here to help you with concerns and to let leaders at the local and state level know what you’re thinking. Don’t hesitate to call or email!
In addition to all the concerts, farmer’s markets, theatrical productions, and other summer fun the Lebanon Area has to offer, there are so many opportunities to get outside and have fun!
The Mascoma River Greenway, the next stop on the Northern Rail Trail, is having a grand opening celebration!
Saturday, July 21
9:15am – 12:00pm
APD Homestead Lawn, 127 Mascoma Street, Lebanon NH
Festivities will begin on the lawn of the Homestead at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital and by 9:45 we expect that attendees will move on to the trail to enjoy all that it has to offer. Mayor Prentiss and other speakers will introduce the new Greenway to the community. There will be activities for hikers, bikers, nature-lovers and history buffs, and the artists who were selected to create public art for the MRG will be available to discuss their installations. Omer and Bob’s Sportshop will offer free bike-safety checks starting at 9:00am. Enjoy ice cream with the Lebanon PD.
The Upper Valley Nighthawks’ regular season goes through August 1. In addition to our July 31 Business and Baseball event at the Maxfield Sports Complex in White River Junction, their fun, family-friendly games are an affordable way to see tomorrow’s stars play.
Lebanon Recreation and Parks keeps a busy schedule all summer long, from playgroups and summer activities with the CCBA to cooling off at the Lebanon Memorial Pool.
What’s your favorite way to get some fresh air and sunlight in the summer?
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.
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.
The Upper Valley Land Trust, the City of Lebanon and the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to bring back a popular program that celebrates the City’s natural assets. UVLT President Jeanie McIntyre says, “Lebanon is a thriving small city with a big outdoors. ‘Wild About Lebanon’ puts the spotlight on what makes the City so special.”
The 2018 Wild About Lebanon series will showcase a variety of City owned and privately owned land within the city limits. We hope to offer a wide range of activities for everyone from children to the elderly. We are also still looking for volunteers to help plan and lead events. If interested, please contact Alison Marchione at email@example.com or (603) 643-6626.
In recognition of his decades of service to Lebanon and the surrounding communities, the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) has named Peter Mason, MD, its Citizen of the Year for 2017. A committee comprised of many previous recipients of the award voted to honor Mason with this prestigious award. Dr. Mason will have his name added to a plaque that hangs in Lebanon City Hall listing the previous distinguished honorees; the award will be presented at the LACC Holiday Social at Fireside Inn on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, beginning at 5:00 pm.
Dr. Mason is a family physician who joined the medical staff of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital in Lebanon in 1981. He has done extensive work with under-served populations at the Good Neighbor Health Clinics (which he co-founded in 1991), The Haven, Headrest and the Claremont Soup Kitchen. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of ACTS Honduras and has worked in the country to further their goals of fostering cross-cultural understanding and promoting sustainable programs for health, education, agriculture and economic development in that country. His recent local practice has focused on substance use disorders in both Lebanon and Claremont, and he has provided state and regional guidance on treating opioid use disorders in a primary care environment. He is also involved in teaching students in several capacities at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Since 1972, the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce has presented the award to a recipient that represents the finest qualities of good citizenship in Lebanon. The award criteria for the LACC Citizen of the Year include being a resident of the City of Lebanon who has performed exemplary deeds of community service for his or her community and the region in general.