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Altrusa Club Hosting Community Dinner Thursday

MEREDITH — The Altrusa Club of Meredith will be hosting another Community Dinner on Thursday, May 22 at the Congregational Church on Highland Street. Dinner is served at 5:30 so attendees may begin arriving at 4:45 p.m.

The menu will be pork tenderloin, mashed potatoes, peas, tossed salad, rolls, cupcakes, milk, tea and coffee.
As seating is limited, reservations are required. Call Shirley at 279-8772 to reserve a seat. All ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. There is ample parking in the church parking lot and the venue is wheelchair accessible.

This dinner is free of charge, however, donations are gratefully accepted. The evening will provide members of the local community the opportunity to enjoy a good nutritious meal in the company of neighbors.

This venture is partially funded from a grant that the Meredith Altrusa Club was awarded by Altrusa International Foundation, Inc. to improve the economic well-being and quality of life through the foundation's commitment to community service

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Betsy Raffaele, Shirley Currier, Barbara Goren, Maureen Siegelman, Lisa Davis and Alison Newton prepared the dinner served by the Altrusa Club of Meredith in April. (Courtesy photo)

Last Updated on Friday, 16 May 2014 08:22

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Second Annual 'Timmons Team' 5K Run/Walk for B.U. Alzheimer's Research, May 31

 

NORTHFIELD — On Saturday, May 31, the 'Timmons Team' 5K run/walk will mark its second year. Initiated by Northfield resident Ginny Timmons when she had her early Alzheimer's diagnosis, the race its first year drew friends, families, devoted runners and walkers, and raised $10,000 for Boston University's Alzheimer's Disease Center under the direction of Dr. Stern.

Surrette Park in Northfield (behind the antique train collection on Park Street) will be the registration site, including a Fun Run for children. The hardy and competitive register there too, as well as walkers. Online look at www.thetimmonsteam.com. Cost is $30 per person or $65 for a family. $5 for T-shirts. Register ahead of time or show up and register. Timmons, aged 71 this year, supports good research efforts for this incurable disease that affects one in six women and one in eleven men.

Businesses or organizations which want to underwrite this effort can contact Ginny Timmons at 603-581-9559. T-shirts for the run/walk include sponsor names printed on the back.

Sponsors thus far include key sponsor Sun Private Equities, and Delta Dental, Tilton-Northfield Rotary Club, In Memory of Ben LaPlante, Eurasian Auto, Tilton Medical Association - LLC, Clough Autobody, Alan Soule Jewelry, Thibault-Neun Funeral Home. Golden Crest in Franklin is sending seventeen staff to walk together, which offers a fun prospect for a walk along the lovely Winnipesaukee Trail.

Last Updated on Friday, 16 May 2014 08:19

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Gilford Plans Annual Memorial Day Ceremony

GILFORD — The Town of Gilford will again be observing the Memorial Day holiday with a parade and commemoration honoring all United States veterans that made the ultimate sacrifice in service of our country.

The observance will be held Monday, May 26twith the parade organizing at the Community Church parking lot at 9:15 a.m. The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. and proceed along Potter Hill Road for observances at the World War I & II Veterans Memorial and then onto Belknap Mountain Road for observances at Pine Grove Cemetery. The town invites all attendees to gather at the Veterans Memorial and follow the parade to the Pine Grove Cemetery.

The Gilford Memorial Day Committee invites all veterans to participate in the parade by gathering at the Community Church parking lot and marching as a group. Once again, an antique fire truck will be available so that disabled veterans will be able to participate and ride along the parade route. Disabled veterans requiring rides are urged to contact Sandy Bailey at Town Hall at 527-4790 to make known their need.

Gold or Blue Star Mothers and spouses of Veterans are also invited to gather at the assembly point and be with their group during the observances.

In case of inclement weather, the activities will be limited to a brief ceremony at both the World War I & II Veterans Memorial and Pine Grove Cemetery.

Last Updated on Friday, 16 May 2014 07:38

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Something Magical Coming to Lavinia's on June 6

CENTER HARBOR — Bayswater Book Co. of Center Harbor will sponsor a Wine and Words with author Katrina Kenison on Friday, June 6 at 2 p.m. at Lavinia's Restaurant in Center Harbor.

Kenison will be discussing her new book, "Magical Journey." Tickets are $30 which includes the book price, along with wine & treats prepared by Lavinia's.
In "Magical Journey," Kenison reflects on the inevitable changes wrought by time: the death of a dear friend, children leaving home, recognition of her own physical vulnerability, and surprising shifts in her marriage. She finds solace in the notion that midlife is also a time of unprecedented opportunity for growth as old roles and responsibilities fall away, and unanticipated possibilities appear on the horizon. This intimate memoir of loss, self-discovery, and growth will resonate deeply with any woman who has ever mourned the passage of time, questioned her own purpose, or wondered, "Do I have what it takes to create something new in my life?"

A graduate of Smith College, Katrina Kenison spent many years working in publishing, first as a literary editor at Houghton Mifflin Company in New York and Boston, and then, from 1990 through 2006, as the series editor of the best-selling The Best American Short Stories anthology. "Magical Journey" is her fifth published book and her columns have also appeared in O: The Oprah Magazine, Woman's Day, Real Simple, Country Living, Family Circle, Redbook, and other publications. A Reiki practitioner, gardener, and yoga teacher, Katrina lives with her family in rural New Hampshire.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 May 2014 11:06

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