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Crafters needed

The Boscawen Elementary School parent-teacher association’s second annual craft/vendor fair will be held Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the elementary school.

Crafters can reserve a spot for $5. Email thebestpta@gmail.com or ksmckerley@yahoo.com with any questions and/or to register.


Improving the region

The Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission will hold a public outreach session for interested people to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the central New Hampshire region Oct. 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hillsboro Town Office meeting room, 27 School St. What are the region’s strengths and what could be improved? Join neighbors and new friends for an informative dialogue to answer these questions.

For more information, call 226-6020 or email cnhrpc@cnhrpc.org.


Health care concerns

The State Employees’ Association of New Hampshire will host information sessions at New Hampshire Community College campuses to help inform residents about the new health care provisions and resources available through the Affordable Care Act. SEIU Local 1984 volunteers and staff will conduct informational sessions to inform CCSNH part-time employees, adjunct faculty members, students and the public about the newly opened New Hampshire Health Insurance Marketplace and how to sign up for one of the plans that are available through Anthem.

Visit seiu1984.org for a calendar of education sessions near you. If interested in signing up at the New Hampshire Marketplace, visit healthcare.gov.


Winter clothes needed

Residents of Meredith are being asked to donate coats, sleeping bags and other winter apparel to Liberty House, a shelter for homeless veterans in Manchester. Check your closets for any winter clothing, hats, gloves, etc. or sleeping bags you no longer need. The drop off spot is at Village Canvas, 31 Foundry Ave. in Meredith. Clothing will be accepted until Nov. 8.

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