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Grace Wellness Center Launches Book discussion Group

MEREDITH — The Grace Wellness Center 169 Daniel Webster Highway, suite 1 Meredith, is hosting a monthly book discussion group to promote inner spiritual growth through a multifaceted exchange of ideas, thoughts and expression.

The first book the group will study is "Peace is Every Step" at its Saturday, April 19 meeting from 6-8 p.m. People may purchase a copy to read or check it out of their local library. Light refreshments will be served. Call 603-707-2071 to reserve a space or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 11:38

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Elm Street School Helps Recycle Drink Pouches

LACONIA — Elm Street School students are cleaning up the environment and earning money for their school. By simply collecting drink pouches from the lunchroom or classroom, Elm Street School students can win playgrounds, park benches and recycling bins for their school or community.

The school participates in the Drink Pouch Brigade®, a free recycling program for individuals or groups from Capri Sun and eco-pioneer TerraCycle®. To learn more about or sign up for the program, visit www.terracycle.com. The program is free to any interested organization or individual, and all shipping costs are paid.


Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 11:33

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Memorial service for Lilyanna Johnson in Laconia on Saturday

LACONIA — On Saturday, April 19 Laconia High School Key Club will be holding a remembrance service for Lilyanna Johnson at the boat launch on Messer Street from 12 to 2 p.m.

There will be stations set up for bringing in pictures. Attendees will also be able to buying floating candles that will be lit and placed in the water. Bracelets and bumper stickers will also be available for purchase.

The service is open to all members of the community. All proceeds raised from the service will go toward the scholarship in her name.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 11:31

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Scavenger Hunt Coming to Tanger Outlets to Benefit Easter Seals NH

TILTON — Mark your calendar for Sunday, April 27, as an adventurous event returns to Tanger Outlets in Tilton. The Easter Seals Scramble is a fast-paced scavenger hunt that will challenge participants to solve clues, complete challenges and experience the outlets in a fun, new way. Teams or individuals can participate in the Scramble competitively, leisurely, or as a family as they visit as least 20 of the Tanger Outlet Center stores. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the Scramble will run from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

During the Scramble, participants will work together to solve mental, visual, physical, comical and even electronic clues (bring your smart phone!) that will lead them on a two-hour uniquely humorous adventure. Trophies, prizes, team costumes and a great raffle await at the finish line including a pizza lunch sponsored by Uno's.
"We are very pleased to host the Easter Seals Scramble for its second year at Tanger Outlets in Tilton." said Eric Proulx, Tanger Outlets General Manager "Tanger believes in supporting the communities we serve and we admire the work Easter Seals NH does across the state."

Event sponsors including major sponsor Meredith Village Savings Bank, Tanger Outlet Center, Optical Designs Manufacturing Inc, Ameriprise Financial's Michael Clark, Financial Advisor, Mix 94.1, Planet 100.1 FM, WSCY 106.9 FM, and WPNI & WFTN. This event is being held as a new fundraiser for the Walk With Me to be held later on in June and in partnership with the Easter Seals Community Based Services program.

The cost of the Scramble is only $25 per person or a discounted rate of $85 for a team of four (teams must include as least one adult). You can register by phone at 1-888.368.8880 or for more information or to register online, please visit www.eastersealsme.org/events.

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 April 2014 11:23

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