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Vote for Hunter Taylor on Sept. 13 and breathe a little bit easier

To The Daily Sun,

Congratulations to Pamela Tyson for doing her homework on the candidate for Belknap County commissioner, Mr. Smolin.

When I read his autobiography in The Laconia Sun, questions arose in my head: "All that experience? Couldn't he hold a job?" Pamela's research answered (that for) me. No, he couldn't.

Pamela found the flaws as stated in her letter to The Sun on Aug.  26. I quote her, "Smolin has a checkered and financially irresponsible background." She lists is foibles in detail.

Hunter Taylor is an experienced, thoughtful, competent candidate for commissioner. We need such a person in politics. We all are victims of the Chinese curse, "May you live in interesting times."

Vote for Hunter Taylor and breathe a bit easier.

Nancy Thomason

Meredith

 

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Legion Auxillary proud of the effort put into hosting Gilmanton Old Home Day

To The Daily Sun,

The members of the American Legion Auxiliary, Ellis-Geddes-Levitt Unit 102 of Gilmanton would like to thank all of the planners, workers and sponsors of the 2016 Gilmanton Old Home Day for continuing to host this wonderful community event.

We had new friends and old sign our guest book and our sincere appreciation to everyone who stopped by and purchased some of our delicious home-baked goods and took a chance on our raffle. We had the largest home goods basket ever this year for our raffle, it took two full baskets to contain all the wonderful items. We congratulate Andy Morse of Alton, the winner.

Our unit continues to showcase our veterans project, Veterans at Rest in Gilmanton. The purpose being to locate all graves of veterans in Gilmanton and to work closely with the Gilmanton American Legion Post for the placement of flags so that every veteran is duly honored for their service to America. This is truly a community project where everyone can be involved.

Contact our unit at P.O. Box 119, Gilmanton, NH, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit us at www.alanh102.org to see if your passed veteran family and friends are included, to provide additional names for inclusion or to learn more about our local activities.

Your generous support to the unit continues to provide direct assistance to our local veterans and their families.

Raelyn Cottrell, President

American Legion Auxiliary

Ellis-Geddes-Levitt Unit 102

Gilmanton

 

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