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MOULTONBOROUGH — The newly formed Ladies Golf League known as “A League of Our Own” recently wrapped up their inaugural season at Ridgewood Country Club in Moultonborough. It was a beautiful afternoon for golf, and 25 ladies showed up to play in the final round, which was a scramble on the b…

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LACONIA — Bob Bengtson, organist at the Laconia Congregational church, will host a Pipe Organ Crawl on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 21, sponsored by the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

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GILFORD — On Saturday, Oct. 20, the First United Methodist Church of Gilford will continue its long tradition of serving the best bean-hole beans in the region as part of its Harvest Supper.

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SANDWICH — The Community Church of Sandwich is joining other churches around the world in sponsoring the CROPwalk for Hunger, which helps local food pantries. The CROPwalk, on Sunday, Oct. 14, will begin at 1 p.m. in the church parking lot at 12 Church St. in Center Sandwich.

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The St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church Youth Ministry recently participated in their Second Annual Harvest at Moulton’s Farm. The group picked corn and tomatoes that were delivered to the food pantries in the local area. (Courtesy photo)

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CENTER HARBOR — The Waukewan Ladies League played their final game on Aug. 28. The Scramble format allowed the ladies to take the best of each shot and continue play to the hole for the best net scores on each hole.

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LACONIA — The Belknap House 4th Annual Golf Tournament will be Sept. 24 at Laconia Country Club, 607 Elm St. in Laconia. Space for golfers is still open, and sponsorships are available.

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We mortals have a tendency to lean toward the "EST" syndrome. Who is the fastEST, biggEST largEST, bEST? We tend to base our personal preference on the notable elite in any avenue of life. It is not different in the game of golf. We sit around the clubhouse and argue our point about who hits…

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The Oak Hill Ladies Twilite League recently presented a check for $600 to Got Lunch! Inter-Lakes at their end-of-the-year banquet. For one week during the season, the golfers purchased mulligans and 50/50 tickets to support the community organization, which provides healthy lunches to school…

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BLESSINGTON, Ireland (AP) — When St. John Paul II visited Ireland in 1979, the Catholic Church wielded such power that homosexuality, divorce, abortion and contraception were barely spoken of, much less condoned. Catholic bishops had advised the authors of Ireland's constitution, and still h…

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Amy Norton of Lakes Region Food Pantry and Helen Heiner, parish outreach coordinator, along with Tom Witham of the Got Lunch program and the Rev. Msgr. Gerald Belanger, pastor, display checks representing the $14,300 in contributions by St. Charles Borromeo parishioners to the summer lunch p…

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LRGHealthcare President and CEO Kevin Donovan, left, thanks Bank of New Hampshire President and CEO Paul Falvey for the bank’s generous support as presenting sponsor for a tenth year of the LRGHealthcare Golf Classic. Held at Laconia Country Club, the event raised nearly $48,000 to be utiliz…

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CENTER HARBOR — The Belknap Regional Special Operations Group will hold a fundraising golf tournament on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 8 a.m.at Waukewan Golf Course.

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Pitches are often some of the trickiest shots around the green. Unfortunately, they present many challenges, since they often require a forced carry over a hazard or difficult pin position. A pitch is also difficult since it is usually performed from an uncomfortable distance. Learning to co…

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The 2nd annual TennisGolf charity fundraiser to benefit Advantage Kids Tennis & Education will take place on Saturday, July 28, at Jade Trace Golf, The Mystic Meadows, Tavern 27, located at 2075 Parade Road, Laconia. The White on Jade TennisGolf Tournament will have a 9 a.m. shotgun star…

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CENTER HARBOR — The weekly Waukewan Ladies League continued with play on June 26 when the weather and course were in perfect conditions for teams to compete in the two best low nets on the front nine odd holes.

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GILFORD — The prestigious P.E.O. STAR Scholarship was recently awarded to Aria Stephan, a senior at Gilford High School. She is the daughter of Andie and B.J. Stephan and was recommended for this scholarship by the P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter G of Meredith.

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NEW HAMPTON — The Ugandan Kids Choir, a group of 10 Ugandan children, will be performing at New Hampton Community Church, Main Street, New Hampton, on Sunday, July 8, at 10 a.m. They are spreading the word about Childcare Worldwide’s Sponsorship Program and have performed at churches and sch…

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The ladies of Laconia Country Club won the Quad Cup for a third year in a row. The Quad Cup is made up of women from Keene, Laconia, Manchester and Nashua country clubs, with the host site rotating each year. This year, the event took place at Nashua Country Club. The event is a point quota …

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SANDWICH — Lindsay White grew up as a self-described “military brat,” spending his youth all over the map, living at places for just a few years at a time. He began his adult life in Maine as a heavy equipment operator, and answered an advertisement at a country club in Parsonfield. That dec…

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CENTER HARBOR — It was a breezy, pleasant day for the opening of the 2018 Waukewan Golf Club Ladies League season, and with the weather cooperating, more than 40 women enjoyed a team scramble. The ladies teed off on the front nine which was in great shape.

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Joanne Haight, membership manager of Lakes Region Chamber, is joined by leaders in the business community to promote the Lakes Region Chamber’s upcoming “Red, White & Blue Scramble” which will take place on Tuesday, June 26, at Ridgewood Country Club in Moultonborough. From left are Joan…

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TILTON — Tilton School has announced the names of students who earned recognition as MacMorran Scholars for the first semester of the 2018-2019 academic year. MacMorran Scholars are named in honor of John F. MacMorran, who was Head of School from 1971–1982 and an educational leader committed…