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Altrusa Club awards Astra scholarships

At its May 6 Business Meeting, the Altrusa International Foundation of Meredith, Inc. awarded the Club’s first ever scholarships to two officers of the ASTRA Club of Meredith, a service club for youth, which it sponsors. The two recipients were Moultonborough Academy seniors Megan Wallace and Bridget Ireland. They were selected for their outstanding performance as students, their passionate leadership in the ASTRA Club of Meredith and their dedication to community service. Megan will be attending Plymouth State University in Plymouth, to pursue a degree in Spanish Education, and Bridget will be attending St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY to pursue a degree in Global and International Affairs. Megan is the daughter of Wendy and Michael Wallace of Moultonborough, and Bridget is the daughter of Elizabeth and Chris Ireland, also of Moultonborough. Pictured from left: Jodi Wilson, Altrusa ASTRA Scholarship Chair, ASTRA President Megan Wallace, Winner; ASTRA Secretary Bridget Ireland, Winner; Shirley Currier, Altrusa Scholarship Chair and Karen Truberg, ASTRA Co-Chair. (Courtesy photo)

At its May 6th Business Meeting, the Altrusa International Foundation of Meredith, NH, Inc. awarded the Club’s first ever scholarships to two officers of the ASTRA Club of Meredith, a service club for youth, which it sponsors. The two recipients were Moultonborough Academy seniors Megan Wallace and Bridget Ireland. They were selected for their outstanding performance as students, their passionate leadership in the ASTRA Club of Meredith and their dedication to community service.

Megan will be attending Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH to pursue a degree in Spanish Education, and Bridget will be attending St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY to pursue a degree in Global and International Affairs.

Megan is the daughter of Wendy and Michael Wallace of Moultonborough, and Bridget is the daughter of Elizabeth and Chris Ireland, also of Moultonborough.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 08:22

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Space still open for Gilford Red Sox Trips

GILFORD — The Parks and Recreation Department still has space available in our two trips to watch the Red Sox at Fenway Park this summer. The first trip is scheduled for Tuesday, July 1 to see the Red Sox Play the Chicago Cubs. The second trip is scheduled for Tuesday, July 29 to watch the Red Sox play the Toronto Blue Jays.

Travel to and from each game will be provided aboard a Coach Company luxury coach fully equipped with climate control, DVD video system and lavatory. These trips are limited to 53 participants each, therefore early registration is strongly suggested.

The cost is $65 per person or $240 for a four-pack. For more information call the Gilford Parks and Recreation Department at 527-4722.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 08:16

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Frates Creative Arts recital May 23

Frates Creative Arts Center proudly presents its Dance Recital 2014, titled "Celebrate!", in honor of 25 years of dance at FCAC. The show will be held on Friday, May 23 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 24 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Gilford High School Auditorium. Tickets are available at the door. (Back row L to R) Alyssa Berg, Amanda Berg, Isabella Gorse, Emily Wernig, Anne Dionne, Brittney Pond, Chelsea Merrill (Front row) Hope Zollo, Gillian Gorse, Erin Cashman, Catherine McLaughlin, Taylor Kelly. (Courtesy photo)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 08:08

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Rey Center Wilderness Lectures begin May 23

WATERVILLE VALLEY — The Rey Center Summer lecture series, entitled "Trails and Tales from the Wilderness," kicks off with White Mountain Huts: Past and Future, by Dartmouth College professor, Allen V. Koop on Friday, May 23 at 8 p.m.

During the program Koop explores how the huts and the people who built, maintain and use them have formed a world apart, a mountain society with its own history, traditions, and legends. Allen V. Koop currently teaches European and American history at Dartmouth College. He earned his Ph. D. from the University of Pennsylvania and has published books and articles on New Hampshire and American history.

Additional programs held as part of the "Tales and Trails from the Wilderness" summer lecture series also include The Adventures of Buffalo and Tough Cookie by Dan Szczesny, author and adventurer on Friday July 11; Hiking History of the White Mountains by Mike Dickerman, NH hiking columnist and guidebook author on Friday, August 1; True Wilderness: The Adirondack Mountains and the Trans-Adirondack Route by Erik Schlimmer held on Friday, August 29, and It's Not About the Hike by Nancy Sporborg and Pat Piper held on Friday, October 10.

Lecture fees and donations support the Rey Center's art, science and nature education programs. All lectures are held in the Margret and H.A. Rey Center Art Gallery on the second floor in Town Square and begin at 8 p.m. The 2014 Summer Lecture Series is sponsored by Wayne and Barbara Thornbrough. Lectures are free for Rey Center members and only $5 for non-members. For more information on Rey Center programming or becoming a member visit www.thereycenter.org or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 08:07

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