Author Jeanne Munn BrackenSubmitted by Joyce Ray on March 22, 2007 - 9:57pm.
Jeanne Munn Bracken, author of Someday We'll Laugh About This, will speak at the Dunbarton Public Library on Thursday, March 29 at 7 p.m.
Ms. Bracken grew up in Henniker and graduated from UNH and Simmons College. She is a reference librarian in Lincoln, MA and was named a New York Times Librarian of the Year in 2005.
Red Sox vs. Yankee Game RaffleSubmitted by Guest on March 20, 2007 - 2:05pm.
Concord High Girls Hockey goes varsity next year! The booster club's big fund raiser is a raffle for 2 tickets to the Red Sox vs. Yankees game at Fenway on April 22nd. Limo transport from the Concord area and $100 spending money is included. (Optional prize is $500) The drawing will be held on April 14. Tickets are $10 each, 3 for $25 or 13 for $100. Checks may be made payable to CHS Girls Hockey and sent to Judy Fox, 101 Centre Street Concord, NH 03301. Include the name and phone number to be written on the ticket. For more info contact Judy at [email protected]
Beacon St. Fire2Submitted by IanVenne on March 16, 2007 - 4:30pm.
Beacon St. Fire.Submitted by IanVenne on March 16, 2007 - 4:28pm.
Fire at 12 Beacon St. 3-16-07
The Insider featured a writeup on yoga instructor David Breen's trip to India a while back. As this note suggests, he's back, with this news ...
My wife and I kept a travelblog complete with pictures during our trip. We also raised donations here in Concord before we left, matched the money, and gave it to 3 charities while we were in India.
Abe Lincoln in one of his famous speeches cited the phrase, "A house divided against itself cannot stand", and today that statement is even more prophetic.
America is divided over war and peace, climate control, and the right of every citizen to express his or her civil rights as God has given everyone that right.
We are now in the midst of the oldest form of local democratic expression of self government, the New England town meeting.
As the good people of our towns meet to express their individual concerns as to how the direction of government should take, let us unite in the spirit of unity and mutual respect for the opinions of others, be they differ from our own.
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