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Helping out

Jason Rule, owner of Jasmor Properties in Concord, will offer 10 percent of the gross from any signed/performed work done from March 1-31 to Breanna Smith and her son Tosh, who has a rare disease, Sanfilippo syndrome, that prevents the body from breaking down long chains of sugar molecules, for which there is no cure.

For more information, call Rule at 998-2774.


Park support

Azalea Park and Riverwalk is an historic park along the Contoocook River in downtown Henniker that opened as a public recreational area in 1902. To preserve the park from undercutting riverbank erosion, the Azalea Park/Riverwalk committee has started surveying, engineering, designing and fundraising for its repair and restoration.

Interested supporters should visit or Facebook: AzaleaParkRiverwalk HennikerNH or call 428-3221.

Hospice volunteers

Central New Hampshire Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice will hold two information sessions for anyone interested in becoming a hospice volunteer. The free training is especially geared toward people interested in helping individuals and families deal with end-of-life issues, bereavement and loss. The training and class materials are free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required.

The dates are Thursday at 10 a.m. at Central New Hampshire Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice Wolfeboro Branch, 240 S. Main St., Medical Arts Building at Huggins Hospital and Feb. 11 at noon at Central New Hampshire Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice corporate office, 780 N. Main St., Laconia.

Call Pamela Littlefield at 524-8444, ext. 2348, or email for more information.

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