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Team Taylor fund raiser at Patrick’s Pub on Sunday

LACONIA — Patrick's Pub in Gilford is lending its support to Taylor Community's Team Taylor in the fight to end Alzheimer's disease, Sunday, Sept. 14 through Thursday, Sept. 18. The restaurant will donate 25 percent of food purchases directly to Team Taylor from people dining at Patrick's Pub who mention Team Taylor to their wait staff as they're being seated. Taylor's team will donate all monies collected to the Alzheimer's Association at the Walk to End Alzheimer's.

The event is only one of many Team Taylor has been planning to help reach its goal of $4,500 for this extremely important cause. Whether you choose to dine at Patrick's Pub for one meal, or many during the five days, just remember to say you're there Dining for a Cause for Team Taylor.

Team Taylor is made up of a small, but dedicated group of individuals working at the Continuing Care Retirement Community in Laconia who are committed to the fight against Alzheimer's. This is the group's second year raising money and participating in the Walk. This year's Walk to End Alzheimer's takes place Saturday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. beginning at Arms Park, Manchester. For more information on this event or for questions on how to support Team Taylor's cause, contact Stephanie Bennett at 366-1280.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 09:35

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Flea market Saturday at Tilton-Northfield Methodist Church

TILTON — A Flea Market will be held Saturday, September 13 from 9 am to 3 pm (Rain or Shine) at the Tilton-Northfield United Methodist Church, 400 West Main Street, Tilton. Collectibles, antiques, crafts, books, food, children's and household items will be offered. Saleable donations accepted (no clothes please). Space is available. Call 286-4795 to reserve a space.

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Mega Yard Sale at unitarian universalist church

LACONIA — The Unitarian Universalist Society of Laconia invites friends and neighbors to an end-of- summer mega yard sale on Saturday, September 13, from 9 am to 1 pm. Look for dishes, knick-knacks, small appliances, artwork, books, CDs, collectibles, treasures of all kinds.
Find your treasures at the church, inside our out, at 172 Pleasant Street in Laconia.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 09:29

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Guided hike of Homestead Forest Area on Sept. 16

ASHLAND — On Tuesday, September 16th the Lakes Region Conservation Trust will present a guided hike to explore the unique features of the Homestead Forest Conservation Area in Ashland. This 595-acre property was donated to LRCT in 1999.

Homestead Forest includes old roads and farm sites that bear witness to a tradition of homestead agriculture in rural New Hampshire and to the transition from fields back to forestland after these farms were abandoned.

The property includes a network of trails which pass old cellar holes and foundations, swamps, caves, and viewpoints, including views of beautiful Winona Lake. This is a great opportunity to explore the property and learn its history with guide Phil Preston, who is LRCT's Property Adopter for Homestead Forest.

The walk will begin at 9 am and end at approximately 1 pm. Preregistration is required and will be limited to 30 participants. To register, contact LRCT at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 603-253-3301. LRCT guided excursions are free to all.

Since its founding in 1979, the Lakes Region Conservation Trust has conserved more than 23,000 acres of land throughout the Lakes Region in more than 125 properties. LRCT's land conservation work preserves community character, conserves critical wildlife habitat and diverse ecosystems, protects natural landmarks and scenic landscapes, and provides recreational opportunities for people of all ages. To learn more about the Lakes Region Conservation Trust, visit LRCT's website at www.lrct.org.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 09:24

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