TILTON — Bring your very best pie to be judged on Saturday October 12 to the Riverfront Park in Tilton.
The categories are fruit/berry, custard/cream, apple and pumpkin. The public is welcome to attend and for $1 per slice can vote for their favorite pie. Public tasting begins at 1 p.m.
The proceeds will benefit the Tilton Police Dept. to purchase animal chip readers.
There is a $5 entry fee. Contestants must bring two pies, one for judging and one for the public judging. Please use disposable pans. Pies must not require refrigeration. Pies must be dropped off to the park between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Late pies will not be allowed.
This event is sponsored by Senator Jeanie Forrester and Tilt'n Bakery.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 09:20
SANBORNTON — The Sanbornton Conservation Commission is sponsoring a 2nd Roadside Cleanup day for 2013 on Saturday, October 19.
With winter approaching, the Conservation Commission is looking to clean up local roadsides before the first snow fall. This day will help with the annual Earth Day cleanup in the spring.
Road side trash is free to dump at the transfer station year round. For more information or collection bags call 491-2522.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 09:17
FRANKLIN — The Franklin Opera House annual meeting will be held this Thursday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the opera house.
This is an open meeting and anyone interested in the future of Franklin Opera House is invited to attend.
Keynote speaker will be Todd Workman, a developer with a vision for Franklin.
Join us for light refreshments at 6:30 p.m. followed by the meeting at 7 p.m.
Call Steve Foley at 934-1901 for more information.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 09:15
PLYMOUTH — September17 was a perfect early fall evening for 150 runners, walkers and volunteers who gathered in downtown Plymouth for the 3rd Annual Miles for Smiles 5K fundraiser hosted by Lakes Region Community Services (LRCS). Proceeds from the race help to fund dental care for adults with developmental disabilities. Dental services for adults with developmental disabilities are not covered by Medicaid leaving many unable to access the care they need for good oral health.
This year's race was dedicated to the memory Allison Tucker, a local resident whose untimely death last month touched many in the community. Allison was a former participant of the Smiles event and was known for always 'meeting everyone with a smile'. The Tucker family and friends together donated over $500 to Miles for Smiles in Ali's memory.
"Miles for Smiles is a fabulous event. It shows just how caring our community is", commented Laurie Vachon, Associate Director of LRCS. We had 15 local businesses step forward to donate gifts for the raffle, 11 individual and business sponsors, including 6 major sponsors, along with many LRCS staff and community volunteers."
Runners included the PSU women's lacrosse team and other participants of all ages. Fran Gonsalves, Director of Special Education for SAU 48 and a former LRCS Board member, designed the race course and led the community volunteers again this year. LRCS staff member Erin Pettengill coordinated the event details and staff volunteers.
Major sponsors many of whom have generously supported the event each year include: Dr. Raymond Thomas Finn Jr. Beautiful Smiles in the Lakes Region; Region III Family Support Council; Delta Dental; NH Dental Society; and NH Endodontics.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 09:13
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