Seeking Oldest Person in Wilmot for Boston Post Cane

Any Wilmot citizen born before December 31, 1930

Press release Wilmot Historical Society

The Wilmot Historical Society (WHS) is seeking the oldest person currently living in the Town of Wilmot in order to award him or her the Boston Post Cane. Any citizen of Wilmot who was born before December 31, 1930, is asked to get in touch with Liz Kirby at 496-4883 or TheKirbys172@nullgmail.com before February 3. […]

Vendors Needed for Veterans Home Virtual Craft Fair

Annual craft fair not stopped by pandemic

Press release

The New Hampshire Veterans Home (NHVH) will hold a virtual craft fair from Friday, November 13 to Sunday, November 15 on the Home’s Facebook page at facebook.com/groups/nhvhcraftfair. Artisans are invited to register by Monday, September 28. “Despite the pandemic, we worked out a way to continue the momentum of our annual craft fair,” shared Patty […]

Friends of the Northern Rail Trail Minutes: September 16, 2020

By George Heaton
Friends of the Northern Rail Trail Minutes: September 16, 2020

  Condensed from draft minutes   The meeting of the FNRT-MC Board was held via Zoom on September 16, 2020. Board Attendees:  Alex Bernhard, Steve Darling, George Heaton, Craig Heim, Lindy Heim, Charles Martin, Myra Mayman, Ricker Miller, Chris Norris, Steve Rasche, Jack Shields, Nita Tomaszewski. Guests and Loyal Trail Supporters:  Barbara Couturier, Don Moyer, […]

Energy Group Offers Documentary, Discussion of Plastic Pollution

Both are available via the internet

By Susan Chase

Area residents are invited by the Andover Energy Group to watch a new documentary film, “The Story of Plastic,” by streaming it at their convenience during the period of October 12 to 26. The film takes a sweeping look at the crisis of plastic pollution and the worldwide effect it has on the health of […]

Hub Presents Professional Advice on Coping with COVID 

From Counseling Associates and from Colby-Sawyer College

By Susan Chase

We’ve all been living with lots of uncertainty the last six months due to the COVID-19 virus and its effects on health, jobs, and connections to others. In an effort to offer support to area residents who may be struggling with feelings of anxiety and stress as a result, the Andover Community Hub will offer […]

Monthly Senior Health Clinic Back on the Hub Schedule 

Registration is open for an ongoing Zoom Yoga class 

Press release

Zoom Yoga to start — Thursdays, 8:30-9:30 AM starting September 3: Starting this week, The Andover Community Hub will offer an opportunity to take part in an ongoing “Gentle Flow” yoga class from the comfort of your own home via Zoom on Thursday mornings, from 8:30 – 9:30 AM. Beginners as well as those with […]

Peabody Home Employee Promoted to Director of Nursing Services

Catie Gaudreault fills position left by Cheryl Barnes

Press release
Peabody Home Employee Promoted to Director of Nursing Services

Peabody Home in Franklin recently promoted Catie Gaudreault to Director of Nursing Services following the retirement of Cheryl Barnes after 22 years of service at this community based senior living home. Ms. Gaudreault brings strong nursing skills with a focus on palliative and hospice care, coupled with a penchant for staff training and educating in […]

September 2020 Activities Via Zoom and in-Person

Press release

Tom & Tom’s Men’s Discussion Group – Mondays at 9:00 am via Zoom We want to hear your stories and we’ll share a few of our own. Please call COA at 526-6368 to join. French Discussion Group – First and Third Mondays at 4:15 pm via Zoom Join this casual, friendly group to practice your […]

Fall Senior Luncheons Postponed Until A Later Date

Press release

The five sponsors of the popular Kearsarge Area Senior Luncheons are having to postpone their fall opening until a decision to resume can be made at the beginning of 2021. Ordinarily, 30 to 40 seniors would be sharing each other’s company in the welcoming atmosphere of the Wilmot Community Association’s main room and looking forward […]

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