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Belknap County Conservation District selling bulbs


GILFORD — The Belknap County Conservation District (BCCD) is offering a variety of fall planted – spring blooming crocus, iris, daffodils, tulips, allium, and hyacinth; there is even a surprise item sure to get a laugh.

Visit the BCCD website at www.belknapccd.org to view a color sheet of the items, the order form, and flower descriptions; or call the office at 527-5880 to have the information mailed to you. All orders must be received by BCCD by September 10th . Customers will be able to pick-up their bulbs on October 2nd and 4th, or have them mailed to a destination of their choice for an additional cost. Purchases will help to fund conservation efforts in Belknap County.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 10:05

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League of Craftsmen hosting Sept. 6 jewelry making class

MEREDITH — The League of NH Craftsmen are offering a Jewelry Making 101 Class with Joy Raskin to teach students how to file, solder, hammer and polish, using wire and sheet metal. The workshop will be held on Saturday, September 6 at the Meredith Fine Craft Gallery from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Basic projects will be forging wire and making wire ring or bracelet, shape sheet metal into a pair of earrings, or cuff bracelet. Riveting and simple findings such as ear-wires will be covered as well.

Tuition is $80 per student, there is an additional $25 materials fee (copper/brass sheet and wire, silver can be purchased from instructor as needed) to be paid to the instructor the day of the class. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. To register for this workshop either call the 279.7920 or visit the Gallery at 279 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 10:00

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Rev. Bill Petersen Joins All Saints Episcopal in Wolfeboro

WOLFEBORO —  The All Saints' Episcopal Church Vestry, through Bishop Hirschfeld, has issued a Call to the Reverend William (Bill) Petersen to be their next rector, and Rev. Petersen has accepted the Call.

Bill was presented to the Vestry with the enthusiastic and unanimous support of the Search Committee. He brings to All Saints a unique background and set of experiences. "Bill is a blessing who comes to us through an unanticipated pathway. He is a servant leader nurtured and ordained in the Lutheran tradition and currently serving a Lutheran parish in East Hartford, CT. The Spirit works in marvelous ways," said Lee White, Senior Warden of All Saints.

Petersen has deep roots in New Hampshire. His first career was in the hospitality industry. He worked in both food service and hotel management and then became an educator. He taught at Southern New Hampshire University and was dean of the School of Hospitality from 2001 to 2006. While working in New Hampshire, Petersen served as a member of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce Regional Marketing Task Force and Tourism Committee, board member of the New Hampshire Philharmonic, chairperson of the State of New Hampshire Advisory Council on Travel and Tourism, and board member of the Southern New Hampshire Convention & Visitors Bureau. Petersen co-founded Granite State Ambassadors, Inc., and is currently Chairman Emeritus.

Petersen graduated from Philadelphia Seminary in 2010. He currently serves as pastor of an ethnically diverse congregation in East Hartford, Connecticut. He is also Dean of the Greater Hartford Conference of the New England Synod.

Petersen began his tenure as rector of All Saints' this month.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 09:56

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Correction: Cystic Fibrosis benefit at Fratello's is on Tuesday

LACONIA — An article that appeared in yesterday's edition listed an incorrect day for a fund raising event. On Tuesday, those who dine at Fratello's and indicate to the host that they are there to participate in the event will have a portion of their bill donated as a sponsorship of Brooke Swanson, who is participating in the inaugural Northern New England Chapter Xtreme Hike Challenge for Cystic Fibrosis. If she can raise $1,500, Swanson can join Team Haley's Heroes, formed in honor of a local girl struggling with the disease, as they hike Mount Monroe and Mount Washington on Sept. 12-14.

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 09:51

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