Moultonborough Lions Club Opens Its Doors to Public With 'Good Old Summer Time' Program (315 w/3 col good old)
Published DateMOULTONBOROUGH — Do you know what programs the Moultonborough Public Library and Recreation Department have planned for adults and youth this summer? Have you heard about the rapidly developing plans for an exciting concert series to be held this summerin the Lions gazebo?
Are you up-to-date on the myriad of events to be held during May through October at Castle in the Clouds? Do you know about all the fun eventsplanned to celebrate the Town of Sandwich's 250th Anniversary?
If you answered no to one or more of these questions, then please plan to attend a special dinner meeting to be held on Monday, May 20 at the Moultonborough Lions Club located on Old Route 109.
The program for this exciting and informational dinner meeting will be called "Good Old Summer Time" and the presenters will provide attendees with all kinds of information about summer time fun activities for toddlers, youth, adults and senior citizens. Guest speakers will include Donna Kuethe, Recreation Department Director; Judi Knowles, Children's Librarian; Julia Velie, concert series organizer; and Bonnie Donahue, volunteer at Castle in the Clouds, and Nancy Hanson from the Town of Sandwich. The social hour will begin at 6 p.m., dinner will be served at 7 p.m., the program will follow dinner, and the evening events will end at 8:30 p.m.
A ham buffet dinner will be served and will include coffee and dessert for the cost of just $12 per person. Make reservations by calling Kate Lancor (455-8409) or Mike Lancor (204-8409) by Sunday, May 19.
The Moultonborough Lions Club invites the public to attend a "Good Old Summer Time" dinner meeting on Monday, May 20. Pictured left to right in the front row are Julia Velie (concert organizer) and Donna Kuethe (Moultonborough Recreation Director) . From left to right in the back row are Sharon Gulla (Moultonborough Library), Judi Knowles (Children's Librarian), Bonnie Donahue (Castle in the Clouds), and Mike Lancor (Lions Program Chairperson). (Courtesy photo)