The Red Sox visit is officially in the rear view mirror and it was judged by all to be a big success. A large number of town folk, together with a couple of hundred school kids from the Boscawen Elementary School enjoyed the presence of the Red Sox 2018 World Series Trophy accompanied by mascots Wally and Tessie. Wally and Tessie dispensed hundreds of hugs, high fives and posed for pictures with everybody. There are many folks to thank, but especially Ross Express who donated the funds to get the mascots here; Katy and Colm Brophy for the use of their lovely wedding barn; school officials, teachers and bus drivers from BES; and the several members of the BOHD Committee whose time and effort were appreciated, big time!
For those of you who missed Allan's piece here it is:
As reported on June 5th, in the Concord Monitor, from the Concord School District business
administrator “…district business administrator Jack Dunn said a third option could be the
Monitor’s current site off Sewalls Falls Road. Dunn said the District has looked at the site,
saying, “When 100 acres are for sale in Concord, you take a look at it.””
The first question to ask, does Dunn realize that the Concord Monitor property is in the Merrimack
Valley School District?
Two - Would he suggest that the Concord Monitor property be moved into the CSD?
Three - What would those who live and pay their property taxes to the MVSD think about losing the
property taxes from a site assessed at $4.08 million?
A Walk 15 Adult Fitness Class is being held on Thursdays at the Bow Mills United Methodist Church, 505 South Street, Bow, NH from 5:30 – 6:15 pm. Walk 15 is a low impact, multi-muscle, walking based indoor group workout set to music. Benefits from the class are improved circulation, strengthening muscles, prevent heart disease, and increased energy level. For further info, contact Sue Bergman, instructor at email@example.com or visit
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INTOWN CONCORD’S 45TH ANNUAL MARKET DAYS FESTIVAL
CONCORD, NH – Celebrating its 45th year, Intown Concord’s Market Days Festival is the ultimate FREE three-day street festival on Main Street in Downtown Concord on June 20th , 21st and 22nd from 10am- 10pm each night. The festival features unique downtown merchants & shops, 150+ pop-up vendors including some unique food trucks.
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