New LSRVNA Board Members Include Business Owners

Annual Meeting held on March 3

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Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice (LSRVNA) approved its 2021 Board of Trustees at its Annual Meeting on March 3. During the meeting, Kieran Kays, Board Chair, welcomed two new trustees—Elizabeth Falicon, APRN, MSN, FNP-BC, and Christopher Martin. Falicon is the owner and a Nurse Practitioner at Life Long Care of New London. Martin is […]

Gift of New London Property Helps Protect Pleasant Lake

Land was prime for development

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Gift of New London Property Helps Protect Pleasant Lake

Ausbon Sargent is pleased to have recently acquired a 28-acre parcel in New London. This property was donated to the land trust to ensure its protection, forever. The protection of this property is important; not only are the open fields, stone walls, forest, and scenic views treasures, but both the White and Red Brooks run […]

Wilmot’s Annual Plant Sale Resumes After 2020 Hiatus

One day only, rain or shine

By Lindy Heim
Wilmot’s Annual Plant Sale Resumes After 2020 Hiatus

The Wilmot Garden Club’s famous annual plant sale will be held from 8 AM until noon on Saturday, May 29 on the Wilmot Town Green, right off Route 11, next to the bandstand and Wilmot Town Offices at 9 Kearsarge Valley Road. Follow the signage from Route 11. In preparation for the plant sale, Wilmot […]

Peabody Home Expands; Changes Name to Peabody Place

Many upgrades to be offered

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Peabody Home Expands; Changes Name to Peabody Place

It’s clear to all who visit downtown Franklin that there is a major project in the works at Peabody Home. The original home, the “mansion on Central Street,” was constructed in 1941 and opened in October of the following year. Over time, upgrades and additions kept pace with changing eldercare standards, the last being in […]

101-Year Celebration Planned for Wilmot Soldiers’ Monument

Hosted by the Wilmot Historical Society

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The Wilmot Historical Society (WHS) will host an anniversary event in honor of Wilmot’s 101-year-old Soldiers’ Monument beginning at 2 PM on Saturday, May 29, on the memorial grounds at the intersection of Monument Place and Village Road in Wilmot Flat.  In spite of the fact that the Soldiers’ Monument has the date 1919 inscribed […]

Veterans Offered Access to Free Outdoor Events

Active duty service members also eligible

By Jesse Weber

The Fallen Outdoors is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with the sole focus of getting veterans and service members into the great outdoors. This is done through coordinating and facilitating hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, and camping trips with local guides, charters, outdoorsmen, volunteers, and our organization’s own pro-staff members. The goal is to provide these veterans […]

Salisbury Farmers Market To Have More Vendors

Market opens June 21 at Salisbury Town Hall

By Helen Binette

The organizers of the 2021 Salisbury Farmers Market are anxious to get started. In terms of COVID-19 precautions, we will have to see what rules are still in place in regards to masks and social distancing. We will have more vendors this year, so please come and visit.  The market will be Mondays, except holidays, […]

Women are Invited to Apply for Franklin Area Scholarships

Aimed at women pursuing further education

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Women are Invited to Apply for Franklin Area Scholarships

Franklin Business and Professional Women (BPW) is sponsoring two scholarships: the Velma Smith Dalphond and the Jackie O’Rourke Scholarships.  Through the years, Franklin Business and Professional Women has continuously presented the scholarships to women for use toward their education. Franklin BPW organizes and markets a community calendar that tracks organizational meetings, birthdays, and anniversaries.  Calendar […]

Summer Events will Benefit the Franklin Animal Shelter

Need for shelter services is growing

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The Franklin Animal Shelter, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping dogs and cats in the Lakes Region, is announcing the beginning of their 2021 spring fundraising season. The shelter, which saw a brief closure to the public due to COVID in 2020, has provided care and assistance to dozens of animals in need despite the […]

Chapin Senior Center May 2021 Program Schedule

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Tom and 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 4:15pm Join this casual, friendly group to practice your language skills and […]

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