Give Me Ten Campaign

MOAA National has begun a recruiting campaign entitled “Give Me Ten”. 

Under this program the Chapter will receive $10 for every new paid member we recruit. To get credit for new recruits, they must be signed up for a "Free plus One Year Paid" membership - not just a "Free One Year" membership. Thus, to gain recruiting credit, we will need a $24 payment for each new member. (We can also receive credit for members already signed up this year under a "Free One Year" membership by getting them to renew early.)

Once the Chapter recruits 10 new members under this program we will receive an additional bonus of $100.  Additionally, the Chapter in each category (we will be competing in the “Large Chapter” category) who recruits the most new members will receive another $1,000 bonus.

There is also an incentive for you to recruit under this program.  For each new member you sign up your name will be entered in a sweepstake with a chance to win $1,000.  So contact your friends who are not MOAA members and get them to join MOAA.

Scholarship Fund News

The Scholarship Committee has chosen 16 students to receive interest-free loans of $1,250 each for the current academic year.  They are: Deborah Burdett; Johanna Kasper; Brian MacPherson; Scott Wood; John Burdett; Daniel Malconian; Tyler Newton; William Sheridan; Tyler French; Luke Kyle; Sarah MacPherson; Alyson Wood; Jill Olson; Michaela Olson; Joy Fraser; and Sara Pulit.  These students are the future and they need our help. Please give generously to the Chapter’s Scholarship Loan Program!

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chapter members in attendance for their first MOAA-NH event - John and Jan Carroll of Grantham, Robert Clinton of Bow, William Dearborn of Epsom, William Diggle of Hampton Falls, Don and Linda Gerow of Brookline, Bob and Jane Hinds of Laconia, Ed and Jan Jenik of Grantham, Carl Nolin of Concord, Guy and Tami St Louis of Hanscom AFB, Lou and Sharon Stamas of Stratham, Michael and Katharina Stiers of Hampton, Kevin and Marlene Trefethen of Seabrook, John and Pam Tuohey of Manchester, Al Viviani and Joy Garland of Boxford and Howard Wheeler of Goffstown. 
    The main benefit of the Clambake, other than to enjoy a great home cooked barbecue, is to support the Chapter's Scholarship Loan Fund.  This locally run program helps children and grandchildren of the New Hampshire Chapter members with college expenses by awarding interest free loans of $1250.00 per academic year.  This year SIXTEEN students will receive loans. The Clambake raised $4650.00  toward a goal of $10,000.  Thank you to all who contributed!! 
    Finally, a special Bravo Zulu to all those who made this event as successful as it was.  It could not have been done without all the hard work of the chapter volunteers!!


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