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Help a neighbor

The Dugan Family fundraiser will be held Sept. 12 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Webster Town Hall, 945 Battle St. All proceeds will benefit Tim and Sarah Dugan of Loudon; Tim was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy. There will be a pasta station dinner, DJ and silent auction. Tickets are $20. Email Shelly Barrington at sbarrington2@yahoo.com.


Be a tutor

Second Start will hold a series of three tutor training workshops Sept. 9, 16 and 23 from 6 to 9 p.m. After completing the workshops, you can help another adult who wants to learn to read, to speak English, or to earn a high school equivalency certificate. No prior teaching experience is required, but patience and flexibility are a must. Training, materials and ongoing support are provided. For information, call Susan at 228-1341, ext. 4210 or email her at sbubp@second-start.org.


Skating time

U.S. Figure Skating programs offer lessons starting in early September through the Magic Blades Figure Skating Club at the Tilton School ice arena and through the Plymouth State Skating Academy at Plymouth State University. Both programs offer lessons for skaters as young as three. There are also opportunities for beginner hockey players. Tuition is $100 for the Magic Blades eight-week sessions, with discounts for families, and $80 for Plymouth’s six-week sessions. Visit plymouth.edu/arena/learn-to-skate or magicblades.org or email info@magicblades.org, or register for either program Sept. 5 at 5:30 p.m. at Plymouth State ice arena.


Tune in

ConcordTV covered the candidates forum of the League of Women Voters of New Hampshire several weeks ago. The forum featured Democratic primary candidates for District 15 Kass Ardinger and Dan Feltes. The forum will air on cable channels 17 and 22 several times until the primary on Sept. 9. The forum can also be viewed at yourconcordtv.org.


Quilt lovers

A quilt exhibit will be on display at the Dunbarton Congregational Church as part of Old Home Day on Sept. 13. Current quilters’ works, as well as historical quilts, made by town artists and beyond, will be displayed. Let the Dunbarton Library know if you are an active quilter, or you have a quilt from your family history that you would like to exhibit.

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