Bow Mills United Methodist Church, 505 South St., Bow, NH is offering a BOLTZ Vacation Bible School from July 27-29 through a family friendly 3 day program that can be done at home as well as live streaming interaction on July 30-31. Both days will be from 9 am – 12 noon. Minimal preparation, easy to follow instructions, and a video will lead kids step-by-step through each day.
During BOLT, kids will participate in backyard games that serve as a catalyst for deepening their understanding of what it means to listen to, focus on, and follow Jesus.
If you are interested in this program, please contact us. Registration is available now and the program will be made available to you by July 20th. This program is being offered at no cost, but registration is required.
Call for more information: 603-224-0884. Visit our website: www.bowmillsumc.com or e-mail email@example.com We look forward to hearing from you!
THE TORY HILL AUTHORS SERIES GOES VIRTUAL
The Warner Historical Society’s Tory Hill Authors Series kicks off its 11th season on July 11th with two firsts. This is our first online series and the first time we have featured a graphic artist. Joel Christian Gill is a cartoonist and historian who speaks nationally on the importance of sharing stories. He wrote the words and drew the pictures in Fast Enough: Bessie Stringfield’s First Ride (published by Lion Forge, 2019) and the award-winning graphic novel series Strange Fruit: Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History, as well as, Tales of The Talented Tenth from Fulcrum Publishing.
Awards were presented at virtual awards night.
FRANKLIN, NH (JUNE 15, 2020) – Franklin Savings Bank recently awarded $14,000 in scholarships to 15 seniors from seven area high schools to include Franklin High School, Gilford High School, Goffstown High School, Merrimack High School, Merrimack Valley High School, Newfound Regional High School, and Winnisquam Regional High School. The scholarships were awarded through the FSB Scholarship Fund.
Portsmouth, NH – This weekend, June 18, 19, and 20, African Americans will be commemorating Juneteenth, the oldest nationally- celebrated event that marks the end of slavery in the United States.
The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire (BHTNH) invites you to celebrate the history of Soul Food and Soul Music in the African American community without leaving the comfort and safety of your home. Your family can plan and prepare Soul Food with a twist, learn about the connection between food and historical events in the Black community, listen to a concert of songs that feed the soul, and enjoy rhythmic drumming and dance that honor our African American ancestors.
It’s all live- streamed on Zoom, Facebook live, or YouTube live and it’s all free of charge. Go to the BHTNH website: http://www.blackheritagetrailnh.org for more information and to register
CONCORD, NH — On Tuesday, June 9th, the Capital Region Food Program (CRFP) donated over 2.4 tons of nonperishable food items to fifteen social service agencies, food pantries and churches as part of the program’s Year-Round Distribution Project (YRDP).
Hungry or just need fellowship - Join them Monday and Wednesday for a take-out meal (until Covid is over) from 4:30 - 5:30
Penacook residents who need food can also utilize the food pantry on Tuesdays from 9:30 - 11:30AM
COVID-19 Policy – effective June 8, 2020
Please contact the cemetery for any questions or clarifications. Thank you for your continued support.
USDA is expanding access to innovative online food purchase program
Contacts: Cynthia Tackett at 617-565-6412 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
(Washington, D.C., June 3, 2020) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced approval of a request from New Hampshire to provide online purchasing of food to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households. This approval will allow New Hampshire to expedite the implementation of online purchasing with currently authorized SNAP online retailers with a target start date to be announced at a later time. New Hampshire’s SNAP participation is more than 70,000 individuals, more than 36,000 households, and totals $93 million annually in federal benefits. This announcement further demonstrates President Trump’s whole of America approach to fighting the coronavirus pandemic by ensuring those affected are fed.
Andover Hub to host live play
Delivered to home computers
The premiere of an original one-act play, to be performed by its authors and delivered "live" to its audience via a link to their mobile and desktop devices, will be available for one-time viewing beginning at 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 13, to those who sign up in advance. Viewing is free, but limited to the first 100 who sign up by e-mailing The Andover Community Hub, the event host, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title of the play is "The Misadventures of MarMar: The Case of the Stolen Ingredient." Co-authors and performers are the husband-and-wife team of Mark Vashro and Maryssa Wanlass, professional actors and filmmakers who recently moved to Andover from San Francisco. Vashro is a new member of The Andover Hub board of directors.
The home viewing is powered by Zoom, a user-friendly technology compatible with most computers. The Hub is currently using the technology to distribute its monthly Community Coffeehouse concerts to virtual attendees
Submissions Due June 30, 2020
This contest is a great chance for students to have their artwork displayed as part of a national conservation outreach initiative and is modeled after the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) Poster Contest.
This year's theme is: "Where would we BEE without Pollinators?"
Posters will be evaluated based on the conservation message, visual effectiveness, originality, and universal appeal. Contest rules are below, or click the button to learn more.
All public, private, and homeschool students currently in grades K-8, in Merrimack County, are invited to participate. MCCD will select one winning poster in each of the following grade categories: K-1, 2-3, 4-6, 7-8. Winners in each category will receive a $50 prize.
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