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082313 Northfield Alzheimer Walk/Run raises $9,000 (159 w/2 col Timmons Team) w/ 2 col. photo

NORTHFIELD — Nearly 200 took part in the 1st annual fund-raising run/walk in Northfield for Boston University's Alzheimers Research Center. The walk's title was The Timmons Team, named for Ginny Timmons, the mother of nine who was recently found to be in the beginning stage of the disease.
After numerous presentations to nearby Rotary and Knights of Columbus groups, meeting others in various settings, Timmons says she was cognizant of the disease's prevalence and the the need for research to find a cure.

Financial support was provided by Rob Pearlman's Sun Private Equities, F.B.I. Contractor, Eurasian Auto, Grevior Furniture, Golden Crest, Northfield Dipsy Doodle Ice Cream , Franklin Savings Bank, Joe and Grace LePlante Family, and Concord's Bagel Works; and donations of time from First Student Bus Company drivers Carl Stockbridge and Kim Michaels; Tilton School faculty Stephen Poirier, Sandy Hollingsworth and Mike Landroche; and balloons from the Laconia Party Store and other items from Tilton Walgreens and Tilton Praise Assembly Church .

Last Updated on Friday, 16 August 2013 10:16

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082313MeredithClerkInstitute (281)

MEREDITH — Meredith Town Clerk, Kerri Ann Parker, recently completed her second year of studies at the New England Municipal Clerks' Institute at Plymouth State University. This three year program is an intermediate level course with continuing interactive classes on the skills of professional administration, management, decision-making, written communication, public speaking, parliamentary procedure, interpersonal communication and law.

The New England Municipal Clerks Institute assists clerks in developing and maintaining the high level of administrative expertise needed for the successful operation of increasingly complex municipal governments. Completion of the three-year Institute program entitles graduates to apply for the International Institute of Municipal Clerks' coveted Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designation.

NEMCI&A is the only program of its kind in the country, run exclusively by and for city and town clerks and their office staff. The Board of Directors consists of two representatives from each of the six New England states and meets year-round with faculty and University personnel to develop the best possible week of intellectual stimulation, personal growth and challenges for attendees.

The program began under the Rhode Island Department of Community Affairs. Through the dedication of the department and the guidance of the New England Association of City and Town Clerks, NEMCI&A has grown from one class with 32 students to the point where it now offers three Institute classes and several advanced Academy classes. Over 500 cities and towns have sent Clerks to the New England Municipal Clerks' Institute and Academy over its thirty-nine year history.

The academy is a continuing education program designed for clerks who have completed their Institute training or have already attained their CMC certification. For further information please contact NEMCI & A Chair Kelli L. Barnaby This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Friday, 16 August 2013 10:12

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081913 Alton School New Student Orientation is August 20 (58) Opening

ALTON — Alton Central School will open on August 27 and new student orientation for grades 1 through 8 will be on August 20 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Students can register early and start their summer assignment. Check the website at www.myacs.org for assigned book and project.

Books, assignments and registration packets can be obtained by calling Mrs. Simone at 603-875-7500 extension 9302, Monday through Thursday.

Last Updated on Friday, 16 August 2013 10:05

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082313WinniHistoricalIslands (187)

LACONIA — Lake Winnipesaukee Museum will host Merrill Fay and Tom Lacey to present the program "Islands Around the Lake" on Saturday, August 24 at 11 a.m.

Merrill Fay, owner of Fay's Boat Yard spent his early summers at the camp his family owned on Bear Island. It was there that he learned to swim, fish and pilot a boat and learned the history and lore of the lake from his parents and grandparents. It was during these early years that Fay developed an appreciation and understanding of the lake and what it means to the people who have made their living from and around it for many generations.

Tom Lacey, a long time resident of Lake Winnipeseaukee, began his exploring of the lake in an 8ft. row boat, he spent eight summers working at Channel Marine. He will be speaking about Diamond Island and the research that the Navy conducted there in the early 1950's.

The presentation is free for members and $5 for non-members. To RSVP for this program call 366-5950 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The museum is located next to Funspot at 503 Endicott St. North, (Rte. 3) in Laconia. 

Last Updated on Friday, 16 August 2013 10:01

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