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Recycle your tree

The Concord High School Booster Club is doing a fundraiser for the lacrosse team. It will pick up Christmas trees curbside for recycling on Jan. 12, 19 and 26. Email rickdonnelly15@gmail.com with your preferred day and your contact information and address.



Granite State Communications is offering scholarship opportunities to students living within the company’s service area. Scholarships range from $1,000 to $5,000 and are sponsored by the Foundation for Rural Education and Development. Candidates must be a customer of Granite State Communications, which serves Chester, Dunbarton, East Deering, Hillsboro Upper Village, Sandown, Washington, Weare and Windsor. High school seniors and students already attending post-secondary schools are eligible to apply.

Available scholarships include the Foundation for Rural Education and Development general scholarships and the Everette Kneece Return to Rural America scholarship.

Applications can be obtained from high school guidance counselors or online at fred.org. Completed forms and proper documentation should be sent to Tasha Hughes, Granite State Communications, P.O. Box 87, South Weare 03281-0087 by Jan. 30.


Animals need food

Rocky’s Ace Hardware is partnering with Nutro Pet Foods and customers to help homeless and abandoned pets. Each of the Rocky’s Ace Hardware stores, including Rocky’s on Loudon Road (which is partnering with Concord-Merrimack County SPCA), has partnered with an area humane society or shelter to collect food for the much-forgotten animals. Customers can make donations of pet food at their local Rocky’s Ace Hardware store, which will collect all donations and deliver them to their locally chosen charity on or around Dec. 24.

To find other store locations and hours, visit rockys.com.

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