To The Daily Sun,
All you young girls out there, relish in your youth while you have it. I couldn't wait until I was 21 so I could vote and maybe have a drinky or two. Of course, that was in the dark ages, the fifties. I think today some start drinking in elementary school!
Anyway, after you reach 21, all of a sudden you are in your forties and going through the change and quite a change it is. You get hot flashes and you start to grow a "beard" and a "mustache"! Where did this hair come from all of a sudden. Only men have this problem. Well surprise, surprise. Now you are aging into your late sixties and early seventies. You look at your body and you see all these little brown spots appearing. Yuk. You think maybe they will get together and you will have a nice tan in the summer. No way. You are also noticing that your skin is getting wrinkled on your face and what are those wrinkles doing on your arms? What happened to the elasticity that was there 50 years ago? And what happened to my thighs? They used to be firm only because I was skinny. Now I have dimples. It's called cellulite. Gross. Now my attire consists of long sleeves and long pants. The hot flashes are gone somewhat. We never think of ourselves as "old" until we look at our body. Some of us age gracefully. Some of us just age. I consider myself lucky that I have reached this age.
I hope all you girls out there do the same and longer. Great health to all.
Barbara J. Perry
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 August 2013 12:08
To the editor,
You may have noticed and additional delay traveling down Main Street of Tilton on Thursday, August 8. The delay was due to the Tilton-Northfield Professional Firefighters Local 4659 annual collection that was able to collect $1,600 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. We want to thank you for emptying your cup holders and wallets; as you may have heard us say, every little bit adds up.
On July 9 this year, four of our members had the chance to witness how these funds collected are utilized. Each year MDA holds a week long overnight summer camp with children with muscular dystrophy at a handicap accessible camp in Bedford, New Hampshire. Tuesday of that week is IAFF day; firefighters get to spend the day at the camp, playing games, doing projects, and preparing and sharing a meal with campers.
"It was great to see all the MDA does for the kids at Camp Foster!" recalls Paramedic Gilman. It was clear from our interactions; this camp is a highlight in these children's difficult lives.
$1,600 is enough to pay for two kids to attend next year's camp. Thank you for your generous contributions and patience.
TNPFF Local 4659
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 August 2013 12:02
To The Daily Sun,
The 1st Annual Lindsey Frank Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Waukewan Golf Club and raised over $15,000 dollars to benefit David's House, a home away from home for families of children and teens being treated at CHAD and/or Dartmouth Hitchcock. Without the amazing help from the volunteers and our major sponsor, CruCon Cruise Outlet it would not have been possible.
We would like to thank our hole sponsors and businesses that donated raffle items. When looking for a product or service please keep in mind the generous business listed: CFO Cycles, Waukewan Golf Club, Stephens Lanscaping, Conway Tree Service, Twin Oaks Construction, Overhead Door Options, Mask Construbtion, RN Peaslee & Sons, Frase Electric, American Air Systems, The Hair connection, The Krueger Family, A Cut Above Landscaping, Parafunalia, CruCon Cruise Outlet, Realgreen, Bayside Rentals, Price's Pools, The Bob House, Cascade Spa, Robin Stokes and Family, Bootlegger's, Asian Bodywork, Alan Bilodeau, Carrie's Eco Spa, Georges' Diner, Moulton Farm, Squam Lake Inn, Cider Belly Donuts, Cahoon Carpentry, Brett Stewart Stonework, East Coast Foundation, Hayward and Company, Bellawoods, Bryant Paving, Aubuchon Hardware, Linda Escot (Lindsey's aunt), Hoss1, Charlie Murphy, Bauen Corporation, LR Ice Racing Club, The Frank Family, Miracle Farms, Remax Bayside, The Canoe, The Fitness Edge, Middleton Building Supply, Chick-A-Dee Station, Jason Baldini (LCC), SOL Acupuncture, Viking Tire & Alignment, Chequer's Villa, Frog Rock Tavern, EM Heath Hardware, and Sean Kennedy-Snap On.
If we omitted someone please accept our sincere apologies. We are looking forward to June 2014.
Adam Cahoon & Nick Leighton
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 August 2013 09:08
To The Daily Sun,
If I were a wealthy person I would send money to any primary challenger to Mitch McConnell and Lindsay Graham. The same should be happening for the 2016 GOP Primary with Kelly Ayotte. Of course the goal is to have an honest republican who keeps their word after the campaign. It is always fun to watch the elite republican establishment scurry to protect one of their own. The reason for the small "r" in republican is to show what many of us think of today's GOP.
Both McConnell and Graham are worried because they know they are of no help to the America loving Joe until election time, and then, let's hope it is too late!
With the exception of Dennis Fields, I support the hard work/decisions of the GOP members of the County Delegation. Please don't let us down. Support those who understand that without a government job, nothing is for certain.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 August 2013 09:05
To The Daily Sun,
Lewis Carroll to one side, it does seem strange that Rep. Huot puts such little faith in New Hampshire's court system, most especially since the learned gentleman is a retired judge. Could his reluctance stem from the confidence by the convention's attorney that the case for line item authority is pellucid? Could it be that this representative is not in fact representative of the ordinary people of Laconia but instead is a shill for the favored few?
Only Rep. Huot knows his motivation but there should be a concern on the part of everyone involved that it is good public policy to have the statutes under discussion be clarified; the only place that can be done is in our court system.
Rep. Dick Burchell
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 August 2013 08:44