LSRVNA Honors Wilmot Veteran

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LSRVNA Honors Wilmot Veteran

Francis “Tony” Caruso, resident of Wilmot, was honored on November 6 by Lake Sunapee Region VNA and Hospice (LSRVNA) for his service in the United States Navy during World War II. Caruso, who saw two major invasions during his service (Guam and Okinawa), was joined by a loving group of family, friends, and caregivers for […]

LRGHealthcare Announces Breast Cancer & Beyond Support Meeting

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The LRGHealthcare Breast Cancer & Beyond support group meets often, bringing women together to share experiences and advice. The next group meeting will be held on Monday, December 3 from 5 to 6:30 PM at Caring for Women (next to the Laconia Clinic) and will offer a workshop on Plum Blossom healing through the art […]

New London Hospital Appoints Board Chair

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New London Hospital (NLH) is pleased to announce the appointment of Anne B. Holmes as the new Board Chair. Holmes has been a member of the NLH Board of Trustees since 2006 and replaces outgoing Board Chair, G. William Helm, Jr. In addition to playing an integral role on the NLH Board of Trustees, Holmes […]

WCA Holiday Craft Fair On December 1

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A record number of vendors – more than 60 – will participate in the Wilmot Community Association’s (WCA) annual Holiday Craft Fair from 9 AM to 2 PM Saturday, December 1, at the New London Outing Club’s Indoor Center at 114 Cougar Court in New London. “For anyone looking for the perfect handmade item to […]

WCA Sells Holiday And Gift Cards

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This holiday season the Wilmot Community Association (WCA) is selling holiday greeting cards and holiday donation gift cards featuring a lovely pencil drawing of the WCA’s Red Barn in winter by Wilmot artist Kristen Ash Chertikhin. “The gift cards are perfect for the person who has everything. For out-of-town relatives and friends, just slip one […]

FRH Lights Of Memory Celebration On December 2

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Members of the Franklin Regional Hospital Auxiliary are proud to present the 28th annual Lights of Memory Celebration, to be held on Sunday, December 2, at 4 PM at Franklin Regional Hospital (FRH). FRH Auxiliary members invite everyone in the community to attend this wonderful holiday gathering. For $3 you may purchase a light in […]

Gingerbread Showcase Enthralls Young, Young At Heart

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Gingerbread Showcase Enthralls Young, Young At Heart

Nearly 100 people attended the Wilmot Community Association’s (WCA) second annual Gingerbread Showcase on November 17. Children, teens, adults, groups, and professional bakers entered a total of 16 eatable structures in the event. Unique designs and inventive use of many different foods including candies, cookies, pretzels, and shredded wheat were the hallmarks of the day. […]

Thursday’s Child Dinners To Benefit Wilmot Organizations

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The Wilmot Community Association (WCA) and the Wilmot Learning Place (WLP) will participate in a Thursday’s Child fund-raising event starting at 5:30 PM on Thursday, November 15 at the New London Inn, 353 Main Street in New London. The WCA, a non-profit dedicated to serving all members of the community, was established in 1963. It […]

Sarah’s Soldiers

By Kimberly Laro, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
Sarah’s Soldiers

I am a Sarah’s Soldier. Being part of the Sarah’s Soldier team is what brought me to my first Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in 2000. Over the past 12 years, I have had many different roles in this event. I have been a team member, the team captain, a member of the Planning […]

Making Strides Raises Record-Breaking $613,763 In Concord

By Kimberly Laro, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
Making Strides Raises Record-Breaking $613,763 In Concord

The 20th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Concord was held on Sunday, October 14, and more than 5,000 participants came out despite the weather to walk and show their support for those currently battling the disease, to celebrate the survivorship of many, and to remember and honor those who have been lost to […]