Friday, April 11, 2014
The conclusion of Public Health Week was celebrated with a Lunchtime Walk or Ride event beginning at the Elm Street entrance of the Heritage Rail Trail. The weather was perfect for the crowd of 50+ in attendance who enjoyed the 2.6 mile route. Thanks to all those who helped make it a great week. Our city staff and wonderful partners really made a successful week. Dare to Begin…living a healthy lifestyle!
Thursday, April, 10, 2014
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua held a “Discovery Hour” gathering for members of the community to meet their members, staff and volunteers to better understand what they do for kids on a daily basis. Tours and light refreshments were served. Mayor Lozeau is pictured talking with member Isabella while Alderman Sheehan looked on.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
The Nashua Chapter 1540 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association invited Mayor Lozeau to their April meeting held at the Holiday Inn. The mayor highlighted some citywide projects such as the Broad Street Parkway and the potential for a passenger rail station in Nashua before answering member questions.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Mayor Lozeau was on hand to recognize the Southern NH Services RSVP Bone Builders Program along with Vista Volunteers for the National Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. Bone Builders is a popular program offered at the Nashua Senior Activity Center, helping to keep folks fit through strength training and balance exercises and a great hour of fun socializing too!
Friday, March 21, 2104
Mayor Lozeau, seen here at the Nashua Senior Activity Center with WWII Veteran Joseph S., proudly participated in delivering Meals on Wheels as part of this year’s Community Champions Week. St. Joseph Community Services actively generates public awareness about senior hunger and welcomes volunteers for their programs!
Friday, March 14, 2014
In support of The PLUS Company, Mayor Lozeau had the pleasure of offering some Irish wit to a full house at the Radisson Hotel Ballroom at the 23rd Annual Wild Irish Breakfast. The early morning event was kicked off by the New Hampshire Police Association Pipes and Drums Band. Big laughs for a great cause were all in good fun!
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Mayor Lozeau had the pleasure of meeting 4 Burma refugee women artists in her office. The women came to America through Lutheran Social Services and have adjusted nicely to their life in Nashua, commenting they are happy and feel safe. Helping to support their families and give to others in need, they create handmade necklace art and donate 5% of each sale of their product to charity. For more information visit: http://a-woven-thread.myshopify.com
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
A brave audience of nearly 165 guests made their way through the snow to attend the GNCC State of the City Breakfast; “Conversation with Our Mayor” event at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel. Mayor Lozeau provided an overview based on questions that had been submitted prior to the event and opened up the floor to those in attendance for any additional questions. Pictured left to right; Chris Williams, GNCC President; Elizabeth LaRocca, event Supporting Sponsor PSNH, Tom Wilhelmsen Jr., event Presenting Sponsor SNHMC, Donnalee Lozeau, Mayor and Bryan Shanley, event Program Sponsor Pride Star EMS. Photo courtesy of Studio Mark Emile.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Congratulations to Laurie and Dave Grebowski! A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Fay’s Cabinetry on Main Street, celebrating the new ownership, the showroom renovations and first project leveraged with funds from the Downtown Façade Improvement Program. We welcome the Grebowski ‘s to the Nashua community! Pictured left to right: Dave Grebowski, owner; Donnalee Lozeau, Mayor; Laurie Grebowski, owner; Norman Fay, company founder and Chris Williams, Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce President.