BARNSTEAD — The Barnstead-Alton-Gilmanton Republican Committee will hold its next monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 8, at 6:30 p.m. at J.J. Goodwin's Restaurant (upstairs dining room), 769 Suncook Valley Highway (Route 28), in Center Barnstead.
The committee will focus its attention on the local Republican candidates who are vying for the party's nomination in the Sept. 9 Primary. State Rep. District 5 (Alton and Gilmanton) has five candidates -- Joel D. Lambert Sr., Mike Metcalfe, David H. Russell, Gerald P. Theodora, and Peter Varney -- vying for two seats, while State Representative District 8 (Alton, Barnstead, Gilmanton) has two people - Raymond Howard Jr., and Elaine Swinford - vying for one seat. In addition, County Commissioner District 2 (Barnstead, Belmont, Gilmanton, Tilton) has two people – incumbent John H. Thomas, and challenger Richard B. Burchell -- running for the seat.
It's expected that all or most of these candidates as well as numerous other "non-primaried" candidates will attend the July and/or August meetings so those attending the meetings will have the opportunity to hear from them and to ask questions about their stance on various issues affecting the three-town area and the state.
BARC'G meetings are open to Republicans and like-minded Independents from Alton, Barnstead, and Gilmanton, and any other towns in New Hampshire. There has been an influx of new members, as well as many "charter" members attending the meetings which are held on the second Tuesday of each month. This continues to help the committee focus on grassroots politics and party unity.
Per the usual meeting format, those interested in having dinner (at your option) or wish to socialize before the meeting, should plan to arrive as early as 5:30 p.m.
The committee requests those who can to bring a non-perishable food item (cans of soup, tuna fish, etc, etc) to the meeting for distribution to local food pantries.
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 July 2014 08:16
MEREDITH — Due to the threat of impending inclement weather, fireworks in Meredith will be postponed to Saturday July 5 at 9:30 pm. The fireworks will be preceded by a band concert at 7 p.m.
The Greater Meredith Program wants everyone to enjoy the fireworks display and safety is the first concern. The Fire Marshall for the State of New Hampshire requires 300 feet to be isolated around the area of the fireworks, no vehicles or spectators are permitted. To comply with safety regulations, the Meredith Boat Ramp and Town Docks will be closed from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. In addition, Rt.3 from Lake Street to Rt. 25 will be closed at 8:30 p.m. and re-opened at approximately 10:30 p.m. Traffic will be diverted from Rt.3 onto Lake St. and then to Main St. to avoid the closed section of Rt. 3.
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 July 2014 08:09
Students from Meredith and Franklin are among students from across the state who have been awarded scholarships by Plan NH, an organization of organization of planners, architects, landscape architects, engineers, and others.
Local scholarship recipients are Nick Swedberg of Meredith, an architecture student at Virginia Tech, and Iv Shqevi of Franklin, studying architecture at UNC Charlotte.
Plan NH awarded the scholarships -- $30,000 in all -- in partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation. Recipients, who are studying in a field related to planning, design, and/or development of the built environment, were honored at special dinner and program held at the Centennial Hotel in Concord.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 09:57
WOLFEBORO — Author Marina Dutzmann Kirsch will talk about her World War II book "Flight of Remembrance" on Tuesday, July 8, at 7 p.m. at the Wright Museum of WWII History.
Kirsch's book recalls the story of a Latvian aeronautical engineering student who is forced to repatriate to Nazi Germany before the first Soviet takeover and the German woman he meets in 1940 in Berlin. Besides being a love story, "Flight of Remembrance" also chronicles how a young man's engineering dreams were fulfilled despite the chaos, destruction and upheavals of war.
Admission to Kirsch's talk is free for Wright Museum members and $7 for non-members.
Admission includes access to all of the museum's exhibits.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 09:53
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