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Thank you Dr. David Cote for your usual support of Plymouth Rotary Rabies Clinic

To The Daily Sun,

On behalf of the members of the Plymouth Rotary Club, I would like to thank Plymouth Animal Hospital owner, veterinarian David Cote, for his annual support of the Plymouth Rotary Rabies Clinic. David donates his time, energy, and the rabies vaccine to support area dog and cat owners with this service, making it more affordable for those that have several animals to keep their pet's vaccinations current. During our March Rabies Clinic, Dr. Cote vaccinated 75 animals in less than a two-hour period — with some families bringing as many as five animals to be vaccinated! Cote generously donates back the nominal fee of $10 charged per animal to help the club fund various projects that benefit the entire community.

We would also like to thank the Plymouth Police Department for allowing the club to use garage space in their Main Street facility. Use of this venue makes the Rotary Rabies Clinic possible and we are truly grateful for the department's support of this project.

Kathleen M. Kearns

Plymouth Rotary Club

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Thank you all for walking & talking WOW Trail last Saturday

To The Daily Sun,

Last Saturday a hearty group of interested residents showed up on a brisk morning to walk with us along the state-owned railroad right-of-way between Lakeport and Weirs Beach to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the continued expansion of the WOW Trail. It was an interesting discussion and I was encouraged especially by the willingness of Bill Ratcliffe, a property owner along Paugus Bay, who took the time to meet us and courteously voice his concerns, offer suggestions, and begin a constructive dialogue. It's this sort of reasonable discussion among neighbors that makes me proud to call New Hampshire home.

Let's continue these conversations. Do you live along the state-owned railroad right-of-way and have concerns or questions about the project? Please give me a call or send me a note. I'd love to hear from you.

I read the following quote the other day, "The next time someone starts listing all the reasons an idea won't work or can't happen, ask them to give you three reasons it can."

As we continue to discuss this or any projects that aim to bring economic development and a better quality of life to the area, I hope that we all might come to the table with open minds. Let's assume some good faith in each other, ask the difficult questions, and find resolutions that will make innovative projects a reality.

Thank you again to all who walked and talked with us last week. I'm looking forward to next time. My e-mail address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and my phone number 603-520-8952. Please keep in touch.

Gretchen Gandini
Executive Director

WOW Trail

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