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Holiday Happenings at Concord Community TV

Santa Visits CCTV:
A special holiday program, "Talk to Santa," will be aired live on Concord Community TV

Boy's Night Cuisine - Sloppy Doughs

My wife works on Wednesday and Thursday nights, and that's what my two sons consider "Boys Night!". Here is a "recipe" the three of us came up with one night. It has been a staple of boys night ever since.



  • 1 lb. Ground Beef
  • Sloppy Joe Mix or Prego Spaghetti Sauce
  • Shredded Cheese (Chedda makes it Betta!)
  • 2 cans of refrigerator biscuits

Preheat oven to 375-400

Brown the ground beef and drain. Mix the sauce or sloppy joe mix into the ground beef. While you are preparing the meat filling, the kids can open the biscuits. Their favorite part is when the container POPS open. Have them flatten out 10 biscuits onto a cookie sheet.

Capital City Tae Kwon Do takes home honors

The annual American Tae Kwon Do Championship was held on Saturday, Nove. 4 at the Southern New Hampshire Field House in Manchester sponsored by Lee's Martial Arts. Several schools throughout New England competed.

Capital City Tae Kwon Do earned a 4-foot trophy for the Best of the Best School. Additionally, many medals were won by students for breaking, form and sparring.

Students who participated in the tournament include:

Gage Young: silver in sparring

Brandon Richardson: silver in sparring

Connor Belt and Adam Bodien: silver in forms

Joseph Baylus: silver in breaking and gold in sparring

I want your old photos!

I am 80 years young and finally finished a book for my sons and friends called As I Remember, a copy of which is in the Concord Room of the Concord Public Library. I wanted them to know how my mother and dad met and about our family life in Concord over these many years.
Then came the questions: Where was this building located? What was where this parking lot is now? And on and on . . .
I recently started working on a new fun project: scanning old pictures of Concord and then taking pictures of the area as it now stands, not unlike

My bad

"Oh, I'm sorry -- I thought you were my girlfriend."

-- Heard on Main Street the evening of Nov. 10.


Wondering how you are going to pay for your heat this winter?
Call Community Action Program for information about the fuel and electric assistance programs.
For example, an eligible family of four would earn a gross monthly income of $3,041 or less, but if you think you might be over and need help, give us a call at 225-6880

Give a kid a good Christmas

Operation Santa Claus needs help providing happy holiday memories to New Hampshire

Friendly Kitchen needs some new friends

The Friendly Kitchen, at 14 Montgomery St., is looking for volunteers for our weekday breakfasts, which will begin Nov. 27 and continue through the end of March.

Volunteers are needed to help serve and clean up Mondays through Fridays from 7:15 to 9:15 a.m.

Please call The Friendly Kitchen at 224-7678.

Donna Muir
Executive director

Stop by and help the Friends

VanPatten Advantage LLC at 223 S. Main St., Concord(behind Sanel Auto Parts), is collecting nonperishable food and clothing donations for the Friends of Forgotten Children Food Pantry.

All donations are welcome during normal store operating hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. All contributors will receive a discount coupon.

For more information, call 228-3298.

Diwali comes to Concord

Aranitha Mangalat of Nashua performs at an Indian Diwali (or Festival of Lights) celebration Nov. 3 at the Franklin Pierce Law Center.

The school this year is home to 59 international students, drawn primarily by the school's program in patent law. Beginning in January, many of them will present weekly, one-hour sessions about their cultures.

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