Concord High School Class of ’68 reunion

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
ConcordWhen will vision become reality?

ABLE N.H. (Advocates Building Lasting Equality), a growing grassroots power organization whose mission is to advocate for the civil and human rights of all children and adults with disabilities in the state, announces its upcoming fundraiser. ABLE N.H. promotes full participation by improving systems of supports, connecting families, inspiring communities, and influencing public policy. Twenty seven years ago, in groundbreaking legislation, New Hampshire closed its only institution for people who experience disabilities. ABLE N.H. is hosting a fundraising event that spotlights the desire to push the boundaries of inclusion and equity for all citizens. The fundraiser, Soaring Toward the Stars, will be held today at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, 2 Institute Drive, in Concord, from 5 to 8 p.m. Registration for this event is free and can be done by visiting ablenh.org.

ConcordClass of ’68 reunion

The Concord High class of 1968 is holding it’s 50th reunion this year on Sept. 14 and 15 in Concord. We are reaching out to try and locate our classmates for whom we have no contact information. For more information about the reunion, please check out our class Facebook page – CHS Class of 1968. You can also email either Bob Couch at a.bobcouch@gmail.com or Tracy Branch Coen at mandtcoen@comcast.net. Or you can mail your contact info to Tracy Branch Coen at 2 Thayer Pond Road, Concord N.H. 03301.

WilmotChorale to perform

Members of the Kearsarge Chorale present “aMAYsing” at the Red Barn in Wilmot on Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. An evening of entertainment, drinks and snacks (catered by Bubbas). Tickets are $30 each and are available at Tatewell Gallery and Morgan Hill Bookstore in New London and online at kearsargechorale.org. Proceeds will benefit the chorale.

HopkintonLearn about solar heat in your home

Join us Saturday for a tour of a rooftop solar electric system, and learn how to transition your home energy systems from fossil fuels to clean energy. Come by the Birchard Residence at 246 Hopkins Green Road in Hopkinton from 3 to 5 p.m. to learn about the solar-powered, clean energy lifestyle! One of ReVision Energy’s solar design professionals will be available to explain – and show you first hand – how solar, heat pumps (a.k.a. mini-splits), and heat pump hot water heaters work. In addition, ReVision is bringing an all-electric Chevy Bolt for test drives! There will be refreshments, and children are welcome. Any questions? Please contact Ian at ipahl@revisionenergy.com. Register online in advance at revisionenergy.com/events/solar-open-house-hopkinton-nh.