While the majority of voters were in and out of the polls on November 8th, DTC Partner, Sharon Cuddy Somers, spent well over twelve hours overseeing the polls and the hand count of votes from the 1898 wooden ballot box. Sharon has served as South Hampton’s Town Moderator since 2010 and served as a member (and chairperson) of the Zoning Board of Adjustment prior to that time. DTC has a long tradition of volunteering in our communities. Other DTC attorneys have served in various town offices in the past as Town Moderators, Planning Board Members, ZBA Members, Economic Development Committee Members and countless others. DTC attorneys and staff take pride in our volunteerism serving the communities in which we live and work. Pictured is Sharon Somers with Town Clerk, Andrea Condon with the 1898 Wooden Ballot Box.
DTC is proud to sponsor the first annual “Thanks for Giving Road Race” to benefit the Southern District YMCA’s Youth Programs and St Vincent de Paul of Exeter Community Assistance Center and Food Pantry. Start your Thanksgiving morning off right with the 5K and 10K family run/walk road race. To register or to learn how you can help click here.
DTC Lawyers is again proud to sponsor the Gala at RiverWoods at Exeter, to benefit the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Exeter on October 15th, 2016, at the Boulders campus at RiverWoods . St. Vincent de Paul provides critically needed services to our neighbors in need in Exeter and the New Hampshire Seacoast: a well-stocked food pantry, access to medical and dental care, job skills training and countless other benefits. The RiverWoods biennial Gala, which benefits a specific charity each time, is a great opportunity for the community to come out to raise significant funds for St. Vincent de Paul. Please join the attorneys at DTC and other community members for a night of silent and live auctions, wonderful hors d’oeuvres and heartier fare, festive beverages and good cheer, all hosted by RiverWoods at Exeter. For more information please visit www.svdpexeter.com or riverwoodsrc.org.
Veterans Count working through Easter Seals-NH is proud to sponsor the Eagle Parade. Over 40 uniquely hand painted 5 ft. Eagles will be displayed throughput the Seacoast this summer and auctioned off on Veterans Day with all funds going to provide emergency funding for NH veterans and their families. Veterans Count, is also sponsoring an Evening with General (Ret) David H. Patraeus at The Music Hall in Portsmouth on August 19. All proceeds will go directly to help service members, veterans and their families. DTC Partner, Denise Poulos, proudly serves on the Board of Veterans Count. For more information on Veteran’s Count go to www.vetscount.org.
DTC Attorney Christopher Hilson was recently elected to The American Red Cross Board of Directors for New Hampshire and Maine. The American Red Cross helps thousands of people each day by providing compassionate care to those in need. Their network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world. They roll up our sleeves and donate time, money and blood. They learn and teach life-saving skills to people whose communities can be better prepared when the need arises. They do this every day because the Red Cross is needed – every day. To learn more about the American Red Cross or how you can help click here.
Attorney Chris Boldt will again serve as Auctioneer for the 8th Annual Harvest Dinner and Pie Auction at St. Andrew’s-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church in Tamworth. The event will be held on November 20th at 6 p.m. and raises funds for the Church’s local outreach missions, including the Community Food Center, CASA and other worthy projects. The attached photo shows Chris in action at this popular Holiday tradition.
On Wednesday, July 15, attorneys and staff from DTC toured the new YMCA community facility being built on Linden Street in Exeter. The construction is moving fast, and the full-sized gymnasium, locker rooms, exercise and wellness class rooms as well as charming “nooks” for congregating and relaxing (including one with a working fireplace!) are now clearly visible in the new building. Even on a rainy late afternoon, natural daylight streamed into the gym and other rooms via “solar tubes,” carrying the natural light indoors. Visitors commented on the broad windows that bring the green vistas of woods, lawns and trees into the building. DTC is proud to have made donations to the Southern District YMCA and pledged to continue to donate for several years towards this construction.
DTC has pledged to donate $10,000.00 in support of the Exeter Area YMCA, which is currently under construction. The Exeter Area YMCA is scheduled to open in September 2015, and will provide services to all ages throughout the region. For more info about the Exeter Area YMCA and its fundraising efforts click here.