Posts Tagged ‘eastman community association’


June 13th, 2017test

10 Cool Spots for Family Fun

Summertime in Eastman: Family fun is around every curve and cove. The most difficult thing you’ll have to do is decide what to do first.

The lake, of course: Paddle, peddle, or sail one of the many watercraft available to rent at South Cove Activity Center. Practice your butterfly, sidestroke, or crawl. And don’t forget Lake Appreciation activities on Aug. 6.

Playgrounds: Take the little ones to slide, swing, or climb on playground equipment on the beaches at North, South, Continue reading...

May 23rd, 2017test

Exploring in and around Eastman

Exploring in and around EastmanBy Craig McArt

Charged with encouraging appreciation of our natural environment, Eastman’s Woodlands and Wildlife Committee entices us in its new booklet, Exploring In and Around Eastman, to take advantage of our beautiful surroundings. The publication encourages us to get out and explore the many natural and historical treasures that can be found in Eastman and close by.

The committee was given responsibility for publishing the booklet by Eastman’s Plan 2020, the Eastman Community Association’s Strategic Plan adopted in 2012. Continue reading...

May 12th, 2017test

2016 Eastman Survey reveals demographic trends

There’s a changing narrative about Eastman. A recent version you may have heard was: Eastman is changing! Younger families working in the area, many with younger kids, are making Eastman their primary home. We have more full-time residents, more busy families, and more children.

The Eastman Community Association (ECA) has surveyed Members with the help of RSG, Inc., a nationally recognized survey research firm located in White River Junction, VT, three times beginning in 2007. Most recently, from the results Continue reading...

May 9th, 2017test

Ken Ryder—15 Years and Counting

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Ken heading out for the weekend.

By Norah Peterson

Upon entering General Manager Ken Ryder’s office, the first thing I noticed was the fine wooden case with a traditionally folded American flag surrounded by medals. This flag was raised at each of the seven bases on which Ken served during his U.S. Air Force career. It has a prominent place both in this office and in Ken’s life.

At 19, Ken became the youngest Gubernatorial Aide in the history of Continue reading...

October 3rd, 2016test

Commuter Bus Service considered

The Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission (UVLSRPC) is working with the NH Dept. of Transportation (NHDOT) to evaluate the feasibility of commuter bus service along the Interstate 89 (I-89) corridor in New Hampshire, connecting the towns of New London, Grantham, Enfield, Lebanon, and Hanover.

The public will be offered various opportunities to participate in the study process and provide comments through a survey and interactive public drop-in sessions, which will be held Oct. 19-21 throughout the region (see  Continue reading...

August 1st, 2016test

Golfing for a life-changing cause

By Jill Hull
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In 2012, the Eastman Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) began using its annual golf tournament and luncheon to raise funds for Turning Points Network (TPN) in Claremont. Plans are currently underway for the 2016 tournament and luncheon to be held August 25 to benefit the Sullivan County organization, which provides critical services for people experiencing or wanting information about domestic violence, sexual abuse, or stalking.  EWGA’s contributions are focused on emergency shelter because of the urgent need and Continue reading...

July 27th, 2016test

4th annual event benefits Turning Points Network

Everyone is invited to the 4th Annual Turning Points Network benefit golf tournament and luncheon. Even if you don’t golf, you are welcome to attend the special luncheon to bring awareness to TPN, a local non-profit agency whose mission is to prevent violence, promote respect and strengthen lives. Continue reading...

April 9th, 2014test

SMD triathlon nearly full!

SMD-black_webpostThe adult field for the annual Splash, Mash, and Dash Sprint Triathlon hosted by Eastman Community Association is nearly at capacity. This event, which benefits the Upper Valley Humane Society, will be held Saturday, June 21. Both the adult and children’s races always sell out! Register now on-line.

A pre-race meeting will be held at 7:45 a.m., with the adult race starting at 8 a.m. The Kids’ Race (ages 15 and younger) will follow at 10 a.m.

The Continue reading...