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Would you like to serve as Laconia Historical Society director?

To The Daily Sun,

On behalf of the Laconia Historical and Museum Society and its Nominating Committee, I would like to announce that we are seeking interested individuals to fill openings on our Board of Directors.

Each year, at our annual meeting our nominating committee presents its recommendation for Board Members to serve for the upcoming year. This year we find that we have a couple of open seats on our Board of Directors.

As stated in our By-Laws, the purpose or our non-profit 501(c)(3) organization is "to bring together people interested in the history of the City of Laconia and the surrounding towns from which it was formed and to preserve for the public relevant documents, items and collections with the goal of increasing public knowledge about and encouraging civic pride in the history of the City of Laconia."

Candidates interested in applying for this opening should submit a letter of interest outlining your potential contribution to our Society along with a short bio. Applications should be sent to Laconia Historical and Museum Society - Nominating Committee, PO Box 1126, Laconia, NH 03246 or via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be received no later than February 1, 2014.

Ernest Bolduc, President
Laconia Historical and Museum Society

Last Updated on Friday, 17 January 2014 10:25

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Christopher Boothby is best candidate to fill Ray Burton's shoes

To The Daily Sun,

Tuesday, voters of Governor's Council District One will try to fill Ray Burton's shoes, a daunting task. I have made up my mind for whom I will vote and would like to share some thoughts with you. I first met Chris Boothby early one Memorial Day. American Legion Post 33 in Meredith traditionally conducts a small parade through town with a brief ceremony to remember those fellow citizens who bravely served our country and now lie silent in their graves. As we Veterans formed to march I was joined by an individual whom I didn't recognize. We exchanged names and that was my introduction to Chris. Although not a veteran himself he felt an inner urging to honor those who answered the call to arms.

Since then I have acquainted myself with much of Chris's background including his service as an intern for Ray. I discovered that we share a concern about the many issues currently facing citizens of New Hampshire. I have concluded that Chris is the best candidate to fill Ray Burton's shoes and therefore will cast my ballot for him Tuesday.

Elliot Finn
Meredith

Last Updated on Friday, 17 January 2014 10:20

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I'm sick iof candidates who will not answer direct questions

To The Daily Sun,

The special election to fill former Executive Councilor Ray Burton's vacant seat is in a few days.

I wanted to share an email experience I had over the past three weeks with one of the candidates, Christopher Boothby.

Just after Christmas Mr. Boothby sent me a fluff piece postcard — he provided contact information and his website —  I went to his website and tried to use the contact form. It was broken. I was reminded of the Obamacare website debacle.

I sent Chris an e-mail and we went back and forth several times. I asked very specific questions about the out-of-control N.H. Regional Planning Commissions. Sadly, Mr. Boothby dodged each and every one of my questions.

This experience left me with the conclusion Mr. Boothby is nothing more than the same old you-know-what wrapped in a different package.

I'm SICK of candidates who will not answer direct questions. You should be too.

I was able to get answers to my questions from Joe Kenney. Joe will be getting my vote, and that of my wife, and kids.

If you want to see the entire e-mail exchange between myself and Mr. Boothby — the dodger — just go here: http://go.timcarter.com/boothby

Tim Carter
Meredith

Last Updated on Friday, 17 January 2014 10:17

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Christopher Boothby loves New Hampshire as much as anyone I know

To The Daily Sun,

When I worked for Christopher Boothby years ago, I recall a time when an elderly gentleman approached him in the hospital lobby. "I've met you before. You were with Ray Burton," the man said. "I still have the note that Ray sent me." After the gentleman walked away, Christopher said, "We should all work to be more like Ray Burton. He listens. He follows-up. He is a man of his word."

In my time working for Christopher I found that he shares these same qualities. I always appreciated his honesty, tremendous work ethic and dedication to his family and friends. He is a smart businessman, effective communicator and staunch advocate for the people and organizations he represents. Even more, I always enjoyed his enthusiastic stories about his latest snowmobiling, fishing and boating adventures. He loves New Hampshire as much as anyone I know and sincerely wants to make it a better place for all of us to live, work and play.

I strongly support Christopher's candidacy for N.H. Executive Council and encourage you to join me in voting for him as the Republican nominee on Tuesday, January 21st.

Gretchen Gandini
Gilford

Last Updated on Friday, 17 January 2014 10:14

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Joe Kenney is fiscally conservative & will ensure funds aren't wasted

To The Daily Sun,
Please join me Tuesday at the polls and vote for Joe Kenney. Tuesday, January 21, is the Primary Election to select the Republican candidate to run for the Executive Council seat formerly held by Ray Burton.
Joe Kenney's 14 years the New Hampshire Legislature, 34 years in the U.S. Marines, and term as chairman of the Wakefield Board of Selectmen demonstrate his commitment to service to his community, our state, our nation, and to the American people.
Joe Kenney's experiences in local and state government make him uniquely qualified to fulfill the duties of an Executive Councilor, overseeing contracts and the operations of our state government. Joe knows how our government works and how to get things done right. Joe is fiscally conservative and therefore naturally committed to ensuring that taxpayer money is not wasted.
Joe Kenney is committed to helping people solve their problems with government just like he did while in the Legislature. Joe's experience in business and government provide a basis for both understanding people's problems and for getting them solved.
Only Joe Kenney has been a State Representative and State Senator and only Joe is committed to being a full time Executive Councilor. Please join me at the polls next Tuesday and vote for Joe Kenney for Executive Councilor.
Don Ewing
Meredith

Last Updated on Friday, 17 January 2014 10:10

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