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Gilmanton will be well served with Strang & Weeks on school board

To The Daily Sun,

March 11 is Town Election day in Gilmanton. You can vote between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. at Town Hall. Please bring a photo ID.

David Strang and Frank Weeks are campaigning for the two open School Board positions. David is a doctor at LRGH, while Frank is a retired teacher who has remained active in the school community. Both are very strong candidates because they come from a fiscally responsible position which is strongly needed for this job.

David has dedicated his life to helping people as a physician, teacher of medical students, as a member of several state committees, and has testified before our legislators many times on behalf of the rights and needs of the public. He has also kept up with town issues over the years and decided it is time to bring his talents to the town as a School Board member. To say that he is qualified is an understatement. He is strong in his commitments, true to the people, and is able to envision the needs of our school and the children now and in the future.

Frank was on our School Board a few years ago and has decided to re-commit to serving Gilmanton's School Board. He has a clear perspective on teaching and the needs therein, as well as what it takes to run a school. He has proven himself to be conscientious and committed.

There is one more person who is well known in our community and has offered his expertise for many years to Gilmanton. Stan Bean has decided to reinvest his time and talents to the Budget Committee, but his name isn't on the Town Ballot. So, would you please write in "Stan Bean" for Budget Committee. See you at the polls.

Elena Ball
Gilmanton Iron Works

 
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