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Joel Mudgett seeking return to Moultonborough Selectboard

To The Daily Sun,
As a longtime local resident, Joel Mudgett is asking for your support for selectman.

Having grown up in Sandwich and attended college at Lakes Region Community College, he then entered the army for 6 ½ years when he was honorably discharged as a sergeant. He then moved back to Moultonborough to raise his two children.
Joel then worked in and around Moultonborough doing odd jobs, taking a position for the town Highway Department before becoming the property manager/head of maintenance for Camp Robindel for the last 34 years. He has also served as a State Deputy Fire Warden for 15 years and retired from the Moultonborough Volunteer Fire Department after 20 years of service. He has also served two years as an alternate on the Planning Board and three years as a full-time member. He has been a selectman for the town of Moultonborough from 2006-2015.

Joel believes that most people who know him will tell you that he will listen to all who want to express their concerns, trying to make decisions that are best for the town. He would once again like to help ensure that he town continues to grow and prosper without
forgetting about the roots of the community. He would great appreciate your support March 14 by voting for him to be selectman.
Joel Mudgett

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Join concerned citizens in solidarity with Standing Rock

To The Daily Sun,
NH Rises with Standing Rock. A vigil in solidarity will take place March 10 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. is being held in honor. Native Nations Rise with Standing Rock March in Washington, D.C. Please join concerned citizens of all nations as they gather at the New Hampshire State Capital in front at the city plaza for a peaceful vigil offering positive energy and support of the native people's march. There will be hand drumming, singing and speakers. It is led by: Sterling Chase, activist, NH Peace Action; Will Hopkins, Pace E. Bene Non-Violence Service, LR Berger. It is to raise awareness about protecting our water for all, honoring treaty rights and protecting peaceful actions of native peoples. In addition it is to protect Mother Earth,her diversity for our future seven generations and more to come.
We hope to see you all there.
Wliwini- Thank you,
Fawn Gaudet

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