Bob Stevens, an 89-year-old World War II Seabee, has partnered with the New Hampshire Veterans Home and the Liberty Independent Media Project to continue his Veteran’s Forum series of oral history interviews, produced in cooperation with the Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project. The project is collecting, preserving and making accessible the personal accounts of American wartime veterans so future generations can hear directly from the veterans and better understand the realities of war. Stevens will be conducting initial interviews at the New Hampshire Veterans Home and is asking all war veterans to share their stories. Copies will go to the participants and their families, as well as to the Library of Congress, and will also be distributed to public access stations and libraries, as well as online at liberty medianh.org. For more information, call or email Stevens at 232-2691 or firstname.lastname@example.org, email the Liberty Independent Media Project at email@example.com or visit libertymedianh.org.
Easter egg hunt
The Concord Recreation Department will be hold its annual Easter egg hunts in Rolfe, White and Keach parks Saturday at 10:30 a.m. for Concord/Penacook children up to fourth grade. Children should bring their own baskets. For information, call 225-8690 or visit on Facebook.