MOULTONBOROUGH — Silent and live auctions will be held at the Lions Club on Saturday, Nov. 14, to benefit the United Methodist Church's outreach programs.
The live auction will begin at 6 p.m. The doors will open at 4:30 p.m. for preview and food will be available.
More than 200 items will be auctioned in the balloon, silent and live auctions. Any businesses or individuals who have one or more items they are willing to donate to this cause are asked to call Kate and Mike Lancor (476-8409) or call Mike on his cell phone (204-8409).
Those who might be getting ready to move, or just need to downsize are asked to giving auction organizers a call to donate items to this auction.
Arrangements can be made to pick up and store donated items prior to the auction.
The live auction will feature several excellent pieces of furniture already on hand. This will be an "old-fashion live auction" with no buyer's premium and each item going to the highest bidder. Auction items will include gift certificates and gift cards from many local and area businesses and entertainment venues, as well as all types of furniture, household items, antiques and collectibles.
The auction cannot accept used mattresses, used computer and electronic items, used exercise equipment, used appliances (small and large), and non-flat screen or stadium televisions. All donated items must be in good to excellent condition and must not be in need of repair.
This year's Annual HOPE Auction to benefit MUMC is the 12th auction being conducted by HOPE (Helping Other People Everywhere) Auctions, which is dedicated to raising funds for charity organizations. Everyone associated with HOPE Auctions volunteers their time and efforts and every item to be auctioned must be donated.
Last Updated on Monday, 05 October 2015 08:07
WATERVILLE VALLEY — The Recreation Department has scheduled the 8th Annual Fall Foliage Foot Race 5k & Family Fun Run for Sunday, Oct. 11 at 10:30 a.m. This classic fun-run style event will start and finish at Waterville Valley Resort Town Square, next to the town's Ice Arena. This 5k is run over a USATF certified course (#NH11020RF) and is a family favorite. It attracts locals and tourists of all ages to enjoy Waterville Valley in its autumn glory.
Long-time Waterville Valley Recreation Department supporter, Mark Invernizzi Landscaping, will be the 2015 event sponsor. A portion of this year's proceeds will benefit Voices Against Violence of Plymouth.
Online Registration is now open at lightboxreg.com/fall-foliage-5k-footrace. You may also pick up a registration form at the Waterville Valley Recreation Department at 11 Noon Peak Rd. Race day registration is available from 9-10 a.m. at Waterville Valley Town Square. The first 100 people to register for the 5k will receive a free event T-shirt. All 1.6k Fun Run registrants will receive a free mini pumpkin for participation. Following the race there will be a raffle of products and services donated by supportive local businesses, race awards & live music!
The Town of Waterville Valley's Recreation Department (WVRD) is open to the public year-round and offers a full gymnasium, programs for adults & youth, summer camps, facility rentals, special events & more. For more information go to www.watervillevalley.org/recreation, "like" us at www.facebook.com/WVRecreation or call Recreation Director, Brooke Wakefield at (603) 236-4695.
Last Updated on Monday, 05 October 2015 07:14
MEREDITH — When the Rev. Jennifer and Bill Flagg appeared for the last time this summer at the Union Church of Meredith Neck in Meredith, WMUR's "NH Chronicle" came along to record the service and interview the two of them for an episode that is scheduled to air on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Bill Flagg, with a rich musical background, is part of the Rock-a-Billy Hall of Fame and has performed, recorded, and written many songs throughout his life. Rev. Jenny has had life long connections with the little New England Church on the Neck, which is only open during July and August.
The episode, which will air Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m., is a perfect recognition for the Flaggs' many achievements and opens the new chapter of their upcoming retirement.
the Rev. Jennifer and Bill Flagg will be profiled on WMUR-TV's "NH Chronicle" program on Tuesday, Oct. 13. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 05 October 2015 06:23
GILFORD — The Second Lakes Region Porcupines Toy Drive is underway.
"There are lots of families that are falling on hard times, especially in this up and down economy," says State Rep. Glen Aldrich. "Around Christmastime last year our organization was looking for a way to give back. I spoke to a mother during a food drop-off for the Center Harbor Food Pantry. She explained that she had nothing left-over for presents after all the bills were paid. We jumped into action, raising money for her and other area families in the same position. Toys were bought, collected and distributed by members of the Lakes Region Porcupines, discreetly in black bags with tape/wrapping paper/tags. Everything a family would need to see that look in their children's eyes on Christmas morning."
"Last year we started late but still managed to help eight families with 13 children receive at least two gifts each," continues Aldrich. "Now, we're back in the saddle to do it all over again. This time with more advance notice and more of a voice we hope to double our efforts. For that to happen, we need your help. We need your charitable donations of unopened toys and/or money. Can you help our elves help Santa this Christmas season?"
Last Updated on Monday, 05 October 2015 06:18
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