Prescription Drug Take Back Day drop off sites

Published: 10/16/2018 1:37:32 PM
Drug Take Back Day

On Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., National Prescription Drug Take Back Day will take place. Drop-off locations: Charlestown, Newport, New London and Sunapee, as well as at 14 Main St., Newport, in front of the County-State Administration Building and at CVS, 1 Wall St., Claremont. Visit or call 1-800-882-9539 for other sites.

BowFighting hunger

The Gary S. Dillon Detachment of the Marine Corps League in Bow has started a program called Marines Fighting Hunger. We go to various fairs and stores and collect money for local food banks. At the Deerfield Fair we collected $1,200 for the Deerfield Community Church’s Food Pantry. We presented the check to them this Sunday at the 9 a.m. service.

Food, monetary donation drive

In response to the recent gas line explosions that have affected nearly 40 homes throughout the Merrimack Valley – directly impacting the towns of Andover, North Andover, and Lawrence – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty, who has an office location in North Andover, has taken up a food and monetary collection to aid the community in need. Berkshire Hathaway is also extending their annual VeraniCARES food drive through Oct. 31 to benefit the Lazarus House and will be setting up a tent in front of their North Andover office to accept food donations. For any questions, contact Chris Hislop at


Tom Dunn, artistic director of the award-winning Alchemists’ Workshop in Henniker, announced that company member, Jocelyn Duford has completed her training with TimeSlips – a world-wide organization working with memory loss patients. Jocelyn is the second TimeSlips Certified Facilitator in New Hampshire – one of 44 states now participating in this innovative program. There are two other members of Alchemists’ Workshop Company currently doing their training. They are actress/singer Cindy Johnson and pianist/composer William Ogmundson, both of New London. They will join Jocelyn and Tom as certified facilitators in the coming months. The goal of Alchemists’ Workshop is to expand their touring program that has brought original musicals to over 43 senior centers, nursing homes and memory loss facilities in New Hampshire to include one-on-one and group TimeSlips sessions. For more information about TimeSlips in New Hampshire or to book a performance, contact or go to

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