Poe Zaps Potter!
In the NHTI Library’s Second Annual March Madness competition, Edgar Allan Poe – author, poet, editor and literary critic – dead for over 160 years – just edged prolific contemporary novelist J.K. Rowling in an extremely tight contest. Quoth Poe’s Raven, “evermore.”
At 8:30 on the morning of April 1, NHTI'ers Donna Dooley, Jill Savage and student Eric Miller joined almost 600 citizens who met at the State House to represent the more than 300 people who died last year in the state as a result of a drug overdose. They served as a reminder, and hopefully a prompt to restore substance abuse-related services cut by the House Finance Committee from the governor’s proposed budget.
The event was organized by New Futures, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates and collaborates to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug problems in New Hampshire. New Futures envisions a State and local communities where public policies support prevention, treatments and recovery oriented efforts to reduce alcohol and other drug problems.
Donna Dooley (left) and Jill Savage from NHTI's Counseling Services office, with student Eric Miller (and Gizmo) suited up to support drug abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery efforts.
The NHTI Library Staff is still seeking their muse, and the fruits of their labors are once again on display in the library as part of Paint Night 2, a team-building event held under the guidance of Prof. Meghan Ambra. (Steve insists that the display of paintings created by the staff during Paint Night 1 has been one of the most popular exhibits in library history!)
Front row left to right, Linda Schmidt and Sarah Hébert. Back row left to right, Steve Ambra, Sheila Walker, Matt Potter and Fred Harrington. (That Sarah ... she always has to be different!)
Rumor has it that Spring is coming! OK, maybe Mother Nature is still toying with us, but when it comes you know you want to be prepared. You can be begin by purchasing raffle tickets to win a “Perception Impulse 10” Kayak (with paddle!) from SADHA, the Student Dental Hygienists Association. (Actual prize pictured at right.)
Tickets are $3 for 1 and $10 for 4, and are available from any Dental Hygiene student or Donna Gleeson in MacRury Hall Room 142. The drawing will be held on May 1, 2015. The winner will be notified by telephone.
A very special thanks goes out to Contoocook River Canoe Co., LLC for providing the kayak, and to Denutte’s Delights for providing the professional raffle tickets for this fundraising event!
Sports Management Club Hosts Conference
by Ian Furguson, Club Member
The final preparations for the NHTI Sports Management Club's Conference for Athletic Directors, Coaches and Sports Management students are being made for Monday, April 13. The conference will include four different presentations covering topics from facility management to sports marketing. The conference will offer participants an opportunity to network with some of NH’s leaders in the world of Sports Management.
The first speaker for the one day conference will be Brendan Doyle of the Manchester Monarchs, who will discuss the latest marketing efforts by the Manchester hockey club. The second presenter will be St. Anselm Director of Athletics Jim Herlihy, who will provide an overview of Facility Management at St. Anselm College.
Former NHTI star basketball player Chris Lockwood, now the Marketing Director at NH Motor Speedway, will be the third speaker, explaining strategies used to “fill the seats” at NHMS. And finally, after lunch, the NH Fisher Cats' Rick Brenner will excite the audience with a presentation on Fisher Cats baseball operations.
For more information contact NHTI Athletic Director Paul Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 230-4041.
Relay for Life is a large fundraising event that is held here at NHTI on June 6, 2015. Hundreds of participants will be here to walk around the quad and raise funds for cancer research!
NHTI has started a team this year. If you are interested or wish to know more, email Jesse at email@example.com. Hope to see you soon!
"I relay so that others in future do not have to suffer through the same pain my father has been through. Why do you relay?"
Zhangxi “Jesse” Feng
Robotics and Automation Engineering Technology 2015
NHTI Counseling Services and the Crisis Center of Central NH unite in
Bearing Witness to
Domestic and Sexual Violence and Stalking
You are welcome to join us to create a shirt on:
Wednesday, April 15
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Student Center Rotunda
The Clothesline Project, which is held in conjunction with Crime Victims’ Rights Week, is a visual display of shirts with written messages and/or illustrations that have been created by survivors and their families and friends. These shirts reflect their experiences and the impact the violence has had on all of their lives. The purpose of the Clothesline Project is to educate, to bear witness to victims’ courage to survive and heal, or mourn those who have died as a result of this violence.
We encourage all those who have been or know someone who has been affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking to make a shirt. There is no cost involved with making a shirt. All supplies are provided for you at the t-shirt making day and at the display.
There will be an additional program and a large display held on Victims’ Rights Day at:
Red River Theater, Concord, NH, on April 21, 2015 from 11am – 5pm.
If you would like more information about the Clothesline Project, please call Donna Dooley at 271-6484 ext. 4185 or the AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program at (603) 224-8893 ext. 315.
Apr 10, 2015