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Wednesday LRCC program will examine Russian Revolution of 1917

To The Daily Sun,

On behalf of the administration, faculty, staff, and students of Lakes Region Community College, I would like to invite the community to an event entitled “Red October” on Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the College’s Academic Commons.

LRCC Professor E. Scott Cracraft will discuss the 100th Anniversary of the October Revolution in Russia on Nov, 8, 1917, when V.I. Lenin and the Bolsheviks took power. This event was a watershed event in world history and its effects can still be felt today.

Professor Cracraft teaches History and Social Sciences at LRCC. Russian history is one of his areas of academic interest. The public is encouraged to attend!

Larissa R. Baia, Ph.D.
Interim President
Lakes Region Community College

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Vote for Reuben Bassett for City Council this Tuesday

To The Daily Sun,

I invite the residents of Ward 6 in Laconia to consider Reuben Bassett for City Council when they vote this coming Tuesday.

We have many challenges and opportunities for our community to deal with, and it is time for new thinking to meet these challenges and take advantage of new opportunities for improving our community in the years ahead.

Reuben has helped establish two successful businesses downtown and I believe he has the energy and vision to help Laconia. He’s been actively involved with many city initiatives and is ready to step in and contribute from day one as a city councilor. As a homeowner and neighbor here in Lakeport, Reuben will be sure to represent us well.

Allan Beetle

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