Stay-at-home orders have led many families to cook together more, sending kitchens into overdrive. All that time prepping meals gives homeowners new kitchen goals: easier maintenance and better hygiene. Here are a few ideas for a fresher style.
USDA Rural Development’s Section 502 Direct Loan Program provides a path to homeownership for low- and very-low-income families living in rural areas, and families who truly have no other way to make affordable homeownership a reality. Providing these affordable homeownership opportunities promotes prosperity, which in turn creates thriving communities and improves the quality of life in rural areas.
Columbus Day, October 12, 2020, a few fun facts!
A New White Mountain Event Venue!
We are excited to announce the Woodstock Farmhouse, a gathering place since 1890. This 7-bedroom, 5 bath newly remodeled New England style farmhouse with a beautiful back yard is perfectly located on the banks of the Pemi River and Main Street North Woodstock, New Hampshire. Weddings, guest groups, corporate summits, non-profit retreats, and more will find the Woodstock Farmhouse a gem in the mountains.
ATTENTION AREA HOMEOWNERS!
Alpine Lakes Real Estate is actively looking for properties to sell and rentals to manage. As Fall draws to a close and the we are faced with the winter months, we all know ski season isn’t too far behind. Due to the Pandemic we find real estate inventory and availability of winter leases are at an all-time low in the Loon and Waterville areas. We have many qualified buyers and tenants for your properties, so please feel free to give Alpine Lakes Real Estate a call. Want to do your own research first, visit www.alpinelakes.com, you’ll be able to search the State’s MLS, view our vast blog section for up-to-date information and read more about our team of Realtors in the Lincoln & Campton offices.
Every day we’re reminded that winter is right around the corner. Peak fall color has hit the Valley early this year and we’ve already had a few frosty mornings with temperatures dipping into the mid-twenties overnight. Snow will be flying before we know it and we couldn’t be more excited about the upcoming season. Going into the 2020/21 Season we understand that there’s a lot of uncertainty, and while there will be operational changes, we want to re-assure you that we will still have a great season. Thinking about skiing & riding shouldn’t be stressful, so we want to be as informative as possible with all of you on our operational plans. For the sake of not having a seemingly endless email, we ask that you please visit our website to read the full update where we will go over the following subjects:
If you had the opportunity to visit any of the attractions, restaurants or food stops in the White Mountains of New Hampshire this Summer, thank a young person. Without local high school and college students stepping up during the Covid-19 Crisis many local small businesses would not have been able to operate at all. At best many saw a significant decrease in sales in our area but better to have less sales than closed doors! A HUGE thank you to a our local youth who have worked so hard to keep our local area serving all the visitors that made it to the wonderful White Mountains this summer.
WRITTEN BY: Peter L. Bergen - CNN national security analyst and director of the national security studies program at the New America Foundation. Researcher Notes.
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Labor Day, September 6, 2020. A few fun facts!
Guest blog from history.com:
Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Memorial Day 2019 occurs on Monday, May [...]
Veterans Day pays tribute to all American veterans living or departed. This well deserved day especially gives thanks to the veterans currently serving our country honorably or are retired from doing so during war or peacetime.
Unlike Veteran’s Day, Memorial Day honors those who died while in military service and Armed Forces Day, a minor U.S. remembrance that also occurs in May, which specifically honors those currently serving in the U.S. military.
Did you know Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on November 11, 1919? The first anniversary of the end of World War I. Major hostilities of World War I had formally ended on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 but in 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower officially changed the name of the holiday from Armistice Day to Veterans Day. to learn more