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May 31, 2013
Grappone Center
Concord, NH
 

Why attend Culture OneStop?
Who should attend?
Pre-conference survey
Schedule
Panelists
Lunch session speakers
Cost
Directions to the Culture OneStop
Culture OneStop commitee
Register


Why attend Culture OneStop?

Designed for not-for-profit board members and library trustees as well as for senior staff from New Hampshire’s cultural organizations, Culture OneStop is a day-long professional development event that will deliver the information those entities need in order to continue to successfully contribute to our state’s economy.

Several State of New Hampshire agencies will provide content and answer questions at Culture OneStop, including:

  • Attorney General's Office: Governance issues
  • Department of Insurance: Workers compensation, liability and other insurance issues
  • Department of Resources and Economic Development: Economic development and tourism issues
  • Department of Employment Security: Employment and labor issues

A panel of experts from these field will give short presentations and answer questions provided in advance by members of New Hampshire's cultural not-for-profit industry. There will also be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions in an open forum.

During the lunch session, short presentations will be given by the following:

  • Charitable Gaming Commission
  • Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food
  • Department of Education
  • Department of Environmental Services
  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • Liquor Commission
  • Community Development Finance Authority


**
Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Who should attend?

  • Board members at cultural not-for-profits
  • Senior staff at cultural not-for-profits
  • Library trustees


**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Pre-conference survey

Help shape Culture OneStop! We’ve put together a short survey that asks you to let us know which issues you’d like addressed at the conference, and which questions you’d like answered. Take the survey here.


**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.*


Schedule

Registration 8:30 - 9 a.m.
Opening remarks 9 - 9:15 a.m.
Panel 1: Insurance 9:15 - 10 :15 a.m.
(break) 10:15 - 10:30 a.m.
Panel 2: Attorney General 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Lunch session: Gov. Maggie Hassan; short presentations 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Panel 3: Employment Security / Labor 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
(break) 2:30 - 2:45 p.m.
Panel 4: Resources & Economic Development 2:45 - 3:45 p.m.
Closing remarks 3:45 - 4 p.m.


**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Panelists

Insurance panel:

Commissioner Roger A. Sevigny, Dept. of Insurance
Marc R. Berube, Eaton & Berube Insurance
Jim Scammon, Granite Group Benefits

Attorney General - Charitable Trusts Unit panel:
Director Anthony Blenkinsop, Charitable Trusts Unit
Terry Knowles, Charitable Trusts Unit
Laurette Edelmann, NH Center for Nonprofits

Employment Security / Labor panel:
Commissioner George Copadis, N.H. Employment Security
Kathryn Barger, Department of Labor
Bruce DeMay, N.H. Employment Security
Michele Small, Department of Labor

Resources & Economic Development panel:

Commissioner Jeffrey Rose, Department of Resources and Economic Development
Lori Harnois, Division of Travel and Tourism
Chris Williams, Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce

**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Lunch session speakers
Gov. Maggie Hassan
Commissioner Virginia Barry, Department of Education
Commissioner Thomas Burack, Department of Environmental Services
Director Paul Kelley, Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission
Gail McWillam Jellie, Director, Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food
Chairman Joseph W. Mollica, Liquor Commission
Kathy Bogle Shields, Executive Director, Community Development Finance Authority
Commissioner Nicholas Toumpas, Department of Health and Human Services


**
Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Cost:

  • $75 - includes all panel sessions, lunch and refreshments during breaks. Registration form available here.
  • Partial scholarships are available. Application form available here (scholarships link is at the bottom of the page).

**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Directions to Culture OneStop

The Grappone Center is located at 70 Constitution Ave., Concord, NH.
Directions available here.

**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**


Culture OneStop committee:

NH Department of Cultural Resources


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New Hampshire Department of Justice

NH Center for Nonprofits logo


NH Business Committee for the Arts logo
New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts


UNH Law School logo

**Register online at the NH Center for Nonprofits' website.**

 

 

 

 

 
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