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Blind hiker to speak to Lions Club


Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Weare Blind hiker to speak to Lions Club

The Lions Club is hosting an event at the Weare Public Library on Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. for Randy Pierce. Pierce is the founder of 2020 Vision Quest and also holds the title as the first blind person to hike all 4,000-foot peaks in New Hampshire. He will arrive at the library to speak about his inspirational life thus far. At 22 years old, he lost his vision and decided to hike every 4,000-foot mountain in the state. He accomplished his goal in 2012 and 2013 and is willing to share his story with the community. 

Concord Womankind hosts 40th anniversary 

Womankind is a program centered around helping the community’s people meet their counseling needs and is now celebrating its 40th birthday on Nov. 8 at the Capitol Center for the Arts. The event will include a live band, cash bar, raffles and silent auctions and birthday cake. The event is $50 per person and all profits will be sent to the Sheila Stanley Community Counseling Fund. The counseling fund is supported by people in the community and local businesses. For more information, email with the subject line “40 BB” to woman@worldpath.net or call 415-0122. Register with a payment for the 40th Birthday Bash, Womankind Counseling Center. 

HopkintonCelebrate fall with Harvest Fest

Beech Hill is hosting a family event on Tuesday to celebrate Halloween at 5 p.m. The Harvest Fest is the last opportunity to get ice cream at Beech Hill, which will be $1 a scoop until it runs out. There will be games, a costume parade, hot dogs, popcorn, candy and hot chocolate. This event is free thanks to the Countryside Community Church in Contoocook.