NHSPCA, Stratham, has won a $1,000 prize for getting the most votes in the state in the fourth round of voting in the The Animal Rescue Site and Petfinder.com's $300,000 Shelter+ Challenge. Supporters brought home the prize by voting as often as once a day. NHSPCA posts its adoptable pets online at www.petfinder.com/shelters/NH31.html.
Angela Brennan of Electrologist Specialists, LLC, in Plaistow, has been elected to the position of President for the NH Electrology Association. She previously held the Vice President position for the NHEA. Electrolysis has been approved by the FDA as the only means of permanent hair removal. Angela can be reached at 603-382-0535.
4-H Leader Diane Post of Raymond was recently honored for her volunteer work at the Volunteer NH Spirit of New Hampshire awards celebration in Concord. Through 4-H, Post has been a volunteer and leader for 25 years. She currently serves as president of the Rockingham County 4-H Horse Leaders Association, trustee for the Rockingham County 4-H Foundation, and leader of the Raymond Silver Saddles Horse Club. She also has organized numerous circuit horse shows and served as coordinator of the 4-H Craft Funshop. The following have become volunteers in the last two months alone: Melody Lamore of Newmarket, Sarah Siudut of Brentwood, Heather Bennett of Chester, Jennifer Gagnon of Derry, Brian Johnson of Candia, Anne Berni of Salem, and Suzette St. Pierre of Lee. For more information about 4-H in Rockingham County, including how to become a valued volunteer leader, visit the web site at bit.ly/RockCty4H or call the UNH Cooperative Extension office at 603-679-5616.
Jones & Beach Engineers, Inc. recently hired David Collier, LLS, as Assistant Survey Manager at its Stratham office. Collier formerly worked at Richard D. Bartlett & Associates, and is a past-president of the New Hampshire Land Surveyor's Association. Jones & Beach is celebrating its 35th Anniversary providing land survey and civil engineering services to private and municipal clients.