Nancy Berliner: 603-545-4875
Charles Miner: 603-271-3511
March 8, 2010
WILDLIFE HERITAGE FOUNDATION OF N.H. WELCOMES THREE NEW BOARD MEMBERS
CONCORD, N.H. -- The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire, the official non-profit partner of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, is pleased to announce the addition of three new board members who bring to the organization a wealth of background and experience in hunting, fishing and conservation.
New Wildlife Heritage Foundation of N.H. board members include:
- Angus Boezeman of Concord, an active member of the local chapter of Trout Unlimited and the NH Guides Association and an acclaimed fly fishing guide and instructor.
- Steve White of Concord, who has worked closely with the N.H. Fish and Game Department as a consulting engineer for the Department's Public Boat Access Program. He has been an avid New Hampshire hunter and angler for 40 years.
- Kathleen Paine of Concord has served on several nonprofit conservation boards, including the N.H. Lakes Association and Five Rivers Conservation Trust. She enjoys fishing and hunting, specializing in upland game, muzzleloader and bow hunting. Paine manages her husband's veterinary practice in Concord.
"We are excited to welcome these experienced professionals and outdoorspeople to our board, particularly at a time when the Foundation is meeting new challenges and opportunities as a active and growing nonprofit organization," said Board Chairman Dr. Donald Normandeau.
The new members round out the membership of the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire's Board of Directors, which represents the broad interests of the Fish and Game Department. Current members include Dr. Donald Normandeau of Goffstown; Donna Cote of Mirror Lake; Ken Wilson of Gilford; Joe Bellavance of Nashua; Charles Barry of N. Haverhill; Thomas Rea of New Castle; and John Monson of Bedford.
The Board guides the efforts of the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire in the mission of creating an enduring natural legacy for future generations through stewardship of all New Hampshire wildlife. Its sole purpose is to secure non-public resources necessary to support the critical conservation and education programs of the N.H. Fish and Game Department.
Donations to the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire help support important fish and wildlife conservation and education programs and centers which otherwise may not be supportable through the NH Fish and Game Department's traditional sources of income.
Contributions are welcome and tax-deductible. Send to: Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire, P.O. Box 3993, Concord, NH 03302-3993.
To find out more about the Foundation, visit www.wildnh.com/foundation, or contact Foundation Coordinator Nancy Berliner at (603) 545-4873 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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