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WLC Class of 1998 Reunion


Thursday, October 11, 2018
Wilton WLC Class of 1998 Reunion

WLC’s Class of 1998 is happy to announce the details for their 20 year high school reunion! Save the date for Dec. 22, from 6 to 10:30 p.m. at the Puritan Banquet Facility in Manchester. The reunion is $45 per alumni and $75 for alumni and a guest. Please be sure to RSVP by Nov. 19 to Paula (McComish) Tuttle or Amy (Birner) Peterson. Contact Paula at McComishP@gmail.com or Amy at AmyPetersonNH@gmail.com.

North Conway Furniture store opening

Harris Family Furniture, a family owned business, will kick off the opening of their fourth location in North Conway. During the month of October, Harris Family Furniture will be thanking their customers that purchase a qualifying Living room, Dining room or Bedroom set with a free doorbell home security system. The celebration will also include registering to win a Stressless Chair of their choice or a pair of tickets to New England’s favorite football team in Foxboro. No purchase is necessary to win.

Loudon Loudon Lions Club breakfast

On Saturday from 7 to 10 a.m., the Loudon Lions Club will be hosting a breakfast at the American Legion Post, S. Village Road. Donations gratefully accepted for sight, hearing, and community programs. For more information or questions, contact Laura Smith at 724-9014.

Bow ‘Pajama Project’

The Bow Garden Club will again be collecting new pajamas and books in support of their ” Pajama Project” to be given to disadvantaged children living within New Hampshire. New pajamas in all sizes (from infants to teens) are sorely needed before the cold weather arrives. Collection boxes are now available to receive donations of new pajamas and books at both the Baker Free Library, 509 South St., and the Bow Community Building, 3 Bow Center Road, Bow. Pajamas and books will be collected until Nov. 10. For information about how to make a monetary donation or to arrange for your donation to be picked up, please contact Joyce Kimball, BGC Pajama Project Coordinator at 229-1990 or joyceakimball@comcast.net.

Concord Mental Health Plan

The final information session being held by DHHS on the 10-Year Mental Health Plan, will be Oct. 25, at 129 Pleasant St., Concord, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. If accommodations are needed for communication access such as interpreters, captioning, assistive listening devices, or other auxiliary aids and/or services, please contact Laura Rebolledoat 271-9544 or Laura.Rebolledo@dhhs.nh.gov in advance. At least five business days advance notice is requested in order to assure availability; requests made fewer than five days prior to the event will attempt to be accommodated but cannot be guaranteed. For more information on the 10-Year Mental Health Plan, visit dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/bbh/10-year-mh-plan.htm.

Concord The DOVE project

The DOVE Project, or Domestic Violence Emergency Project, is a program that provides victims of domestic violence and stalking with emergency legal services. A successful seminar was run at the N.H. Bar Center on Oct. 4 where attorneys were trained to handle DOVE cases. The seminar helped prepare attorneys to take on protective order cases. The primary goal of the DOVE Project is to facilitate representation for these individuals by attorneys who handle cases at no charge, and volunteer their time to pro bono.