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GFA Promotes Colantino To 1st Vice President
Say You Saw it in The Monadnock Shopper News, August 24 – August 30, 2016
GFA Federal Credit Union has promoted John Colantino to the position of
1st Vice President Chief Technology Officer.
Colantino has been with the credit union for over a year now, and has more
than 16 years of information services and technology management experience.
Colantino has professional membership with the Association of Information
Technology Professionals, Global Digital Infrastructure Alliance, Technology
Leadership Network, and Healthcare Information Group. He has an Associate
of Sciences degree from Manchester Community College in Manchester, CT
and is a Compellent Certified storage administrator. He is also a resident of
GFA Federal Credit Union was established in 1938 and now serves 29,000
members who live or work in central Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. Family members are also eligible to join GFA. The financial well-being
of members is GFA’s top priority. For more details, visit www.gfafcu.com,
like them on Facebook, follow GFA Federal Credit Union on LinkedIn, or call
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Expert On Historical Prints To Speak At Museum August 31st
ent types of traditional print making techniques – are
on display at the museum. The exhibit includes engravings, etchings, lithographs, chromolithographs,
wood block prints, mezzotints, aquatints, book illustrations, and a monotype. The exhibit will feature
works of famous artists and printmakers including
George Catlin, John Woodhouse Audubon, Currier &
Ives, Alexander Wilson, and Frederic Remington.
For more details or reservations, call 603-352-0460,
email [email protected] or visit www.
The Horatio Colony House Museum at 199 Main
Street in Keene will host a presentation, Identifying
Historic Prints, on Wednesday, August 31st at 7 p.m.
Admission is free, but reservations are needed.
The program will be presented by Georgia Barnhill, curator of Graphic Arts Emerita at the American
Antiquarian Society and an eminent scholar of American historical prints. The program will cover various
how to identify them.
Techniques of printed images – illustrating differ-
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