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Local officers selling Police Supporter Shirts

BELMONT — Sgt. Adam Hawkins of the Belmont Police and Sgt. Matt Currier of the Gilmanton Police are selling Police Supporter Shirts.

The profits from the sales of the shirts will go to benefit the Officer Arkell fund of the Brentwood Police Department. Police officers are trying to raise money to help send the Brentwood Police Department members to Washington, DC for Law Enforcement memorial week to add their fallen brother's name to the memorial.

The shirts can be seen on the Gilmanton and Belmont Police Facebook pages. Short sleeves, long sleeve t, and hooded sweat shirts. The order forms are on the facebook pages.

Shirts have "Support Your Local 50" on the front. The back shows a flag with a thin blue line, and the words New Hampshire, and Police Lives Matter.

Contact Sgt. Hawkins at Belmont Police, or Sgt. Currier at Gilmanton via Facebook. You can find order forms in the Police Department lobby area as well as online. Orders are due by Feb. 28.

People are asked not to call Police Departments for orders and contact via email or Facebook only.

Last Updated on Friday, 13 February 2015 09:35

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New associate head for Holderness School

HOLDERNESS — Nigel D. Furlonge, a key administrator at the progressive Christina Seix Academy (CSA) in Trenton, NJ, has accepted the role of Associate Head of Holderness School beginning in July 2015. A graduate of Boston Latin School and the University of Pennsylvania, with graduate degrees from Villanova University and Columbia University, Furlonge brings an exceptional range of education leadership skills and experiences to the Holderness leadership team.

Furlonge, who began his career as a history teacher, and co-director of the diversity program at Holderness School, is a founding member of CSA where he established admissions, residential life, messaging and community outreach programs. He also served at Lawrenceville School as academic dean, St. Andrew's School as director of studies, and was the lead teacher for both the History Group and Diversity Group at Columbia University's Klingenstein Summer Institute for gifted young independent school teachers.

Furlonge is expected to play a key role in advancing the Holderness School's strategic plan, an ambitious document committing the community to advance its pedagogy, leadership development and athletics programs to meet the challenges of educating and training young people to lead successful lives in an increasingly diverse, global, and technologically advanced society.

"Nigel's credentials as an intellectual, combined with his extensive hand-on experience in both founding and leading schools will be instrumental in helping us implement our goals," said Head of School Phil Peck, "and the fact that he has been a caring member of the Holderness community for two decades, is regarded highly by our alumni, and trusted by our faculty, means that he will hit the ground running."


Last Updated on Friday, 13 February 2015 09:23

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Sen. Cruz to speak at Grafton GOP event

LINCOLN — Grafton County Republicans have announced that US Senator Ted Cruz of Texas will be the keynote speaker at the Annual Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner on Sunday, March 15 at the Indian Head Resort in Lincoln.

Bruce Perlo, Grafton County Republican Chairman, said that he, and fellow Republicans, are delighted that Senator Cruz accepted their invitation to speak . "This will be an incredible evening for voters to listen to one of our country's leading conservative voices."

Senator Cruz is widely seen as a top-contender for the Republican nomination for President in 2016 if he chooses to run.

In 2012, Ted Cruz was elected as the 34th U.S. Senator from Texas.

Propelled by tens of thousands of grassroots activists across Texas, Ted's election has been described by the Washington Post as "the biggest upset of 2012 . . . a true grassroots victory against very long odds."

National Review has described Ted as "a great Reaganite hope," columnist George Will has described him as "as good as it gets," and the National Federation of Independent Business characterized his election as "critical to the small-business owners in [Texas, and], also to protecting free enterprise across America."

Tickets are $50 per person and include dinner. For reservations contact Bruce at 823-5578 Ext 1012 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Peter at 254-9791 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Last Updated on Friday, 13 February 2015 09:18

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Seminar for potential first-time homebuyers in Franklin on March 3

TILTON — Franklin Savings Bank, Central Gold Key Realty and Priority Title are teaming up to present a free education session for individuals and families interested in building wealth through first-time home ownership. Sign-up for the free instruction session being held Tuesday, March 3 from 6-8 p.m. at the Community Learning Center in Franklin Savings Bank's Tilton Office. 

How does home ownership increase homeowner wealth? Simply by paying off a home loan and owning a home rather than paying rent, builds wealth. And, this is done each month in a regular and disciplined way. This educational workshop is presented in a non-sales environment to address key topics, including: the ins and outs of buying a home, the best time for a Purchase and Sales Agreement and loan application, how an offer is made, home loans and types of homes and what is the best for each individual home buyer. 

As an added benefit, attendees will know their individual / family price range for a home with complimentary pre-approvals and pre-qualifications at the event. To register, contact Marsha Foden at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (603) 568-0380. Or visit Central Gold Key Realty in person at 821 Central Street, Franklin. Seating is limited and advance registration is needed to plan for the complimentary dinner.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2015 09:27

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