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This Saturday is the WOW Ball; please show your support

To The Daily Sun,
This Saturday, May 20, we will be hosting the 14th WOW Sweepstakes Ball and first year at Gunstock Mountain Resort. The event, presented by Daniels Electric Corporation, is an important fundraiser, helping to fund the ongoing expansion and maintenance of the trail. The WOW Sweepstakes Ball has raised in excess of $350,000 to date to help fund this exciting project.
What is the WOW Sweepstakes Ball? Well, it’s definitely not a ball in the “wear fancy clothes” sort of way. It’s a ball in that it is super fun, has great food and lots of dancing, and the proceeds will support a great project. Casual attire is cool. In addition, a WOW Ball ticket gives you a chance to win one of 10 cash prizes, including the grand prize of $10,000! You do not need to be present to win.
Your $100 ticket includes admission and buffet dinner for two, entertainment, and entry into the sweepstakes. Only 300 tickets will be sold.
Please show your support of the WOW Trail by purchasing a ticket. Tickets are available at Patrick’s Pub & Eatery or online at www.banknh pavilion.com.
For more information about the WOW Trail go to www.wowtrail.org or become a friend of the WOW Trail’s Facebook page.
Hope to see you at the ball and out on the trail.
Allan Beetle and the WOW Trail board of directors

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Fisher should go because he’s a no-show almost half the time

To The Daily Sun,
I found Bob Meade’s letter to the editor on why Rep. Fisher should resign to be very reflective of the political right today at all levels – party over doing what’s right for people. Meade contends that Fisher should resign because his continued service will damage the Republican Party and not the fact that Fisher misled his constituency, not that Fisher is a no-show at almost half of legislative actions in Concord and not that Fisher is unable to represent Laconia and Belmont as a legislator.
There is no doubt Fisher should go, but not because his staying would hurt party politics – he is just plain unacceptable.
Rick DeMark

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