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Everything came together for successful Old Home Day fundraiser

To The Daily Sun,

Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Ellis-Geddes-Levitt Unit #102 of Gilmanton wish to thank all who came by our table at Gilmanton’s Old Home day. Whether you purchased some yummy baked goods, bought raffle tickets or just stopped to say "hi," it all made for a very successful day.

All proceeds from our bake sales and raffles go toward programs designed to help veterans and military personnel and their families. Thank you one and all. Hope to see you next year.

Raelyn Cottrell, President
American Legion Auxiliary
Ellis-Geddes-Levitt Unit #102
Gilmanton

  • Written by Edward Engler
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The small-town vibe is alive and well in our Meredith. Thank you

To The Daily Sun,

The Meredith Historical Society sends an appreciative "Thank You!" to everyone who supported our recent combined Bake Sale, Book Signings with Dan Heyduk and John Hopper, or bought a snow cone or raffle Ttcket. The majority of baked goods were donated by local residents and merchants, but purchased by townspeople and visitors alike, including some folks who arrived in Meredith on jet skis. It was a day that demonstrated the small-town bake sale tradition at its best. The generosity shown by so many helps us maintain our collections and very old buildings.

Our streets may be busy and our docks choked with boats, but the small-town vibe is alive and well in Meredith. Thank you all.

Karen Thorndike, President
Meredith Historical Society

  • Written by Edward Engler
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