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Thanks for allowing GMP to be part of July 27 Antique Boat Show

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To The Daily Sun,

On behalf of the Greater Meredith Program's Board of Directors and its Promotions Committee, I want to express our appreciation to the Antique Boat Show Society/NE Chapter for letting us be a part of the Antique Boat Show in Hesky Park on Saturday, July 27 — to promote the GMP. We would also like to thank the following businesses who donated to our raffle: Shep Brown's Boat Basin; EKAL Activity Center; Meredith; Y- Landing Marina; Shorline Marine Upholstery and American Police Motorcycle Museum. Winners of the raffle were Dave Strathern from Gilford and Karen Thondike, Nancy Lavigne and Karen Page from Meredith.

We also appreciate the assistance from the Town of Meredith and the Public Works Department who helped us organize the "Drop Anchor on Main Street" dance in Community Park on Saturday evening. A very special thanks goes to the "After 6 Band" led by Steve Kelley, I-L Elementary School Principal, for donating their time and music to the event. Thanks to the support and generosity of the GMP volunteers, our business sector and the community, Meredith is indeed a great place to live, work and play.

Liz Lapham, Executive Director
Greater Meredith Program