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Wanted: Meat

New Hampshire's hunters can help the less fortunate by sharing all or part of their fall harvest with the "Hunt for the Hungry" program. Once again this year, the New Hampshire Food Bank, based in Manchester, is collecting donations of whole or processed game animals for distribution to more than 350 food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters and group homes statewide.

Get circus tickets for $10 (and learn something, too)

Students and families throughout the region are invited to enjoy "The Greatest Show on Earth" and to participate in CIRCUSWORKS. CIRCUSWORKS integrates fascinating behind-the-scenes circus information with activities in math, science, history, geography, physical education, cultural diversity, character education, health and more.

Students and families can participate in this exciting performance of The Greatest Show on Earth for only $10 on Thu. Oct. 18 at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.

Pumpkin patch opens in Bow

Bow Mills United Methodist Church
Annual Pumpkin Patch

Purchase fall decorations such as pumpkins, gourds and indian corn. Enjoy our bake sales on Saturday mornings, with all sorts of homemade baked goods.

Daily throughout October
M-F: Noon-dusk, Sat. 9-dusk, Sun. 10-dusk

Proceeds benefit missions and community outreach programs. Contact the church for more information at 224-0884. The church is located at 505 South Street in Bow.

SPCA club for the kiddies (not kitties)

The Concord-Merrimack County SPCA

Pedometers are at the ready

The Walker School PTO is excited to announce its 15th annual Walk-a-thon. This year

Clean out that bookcase already

The N.H. Audubon

Pleasant View gets award and high-profile visitors

Pictured: Left: Mark Latham, Mike Rice, Sharon Wareing and John Webb

Pleasant View Center was honored for its support of the National Guard and Army Reserve earlier this month.
Pleasant View Center

Lilac photo contest winner gets to ride the Turkish Twist

Ever heard of the Governor

Everyone

The Beaver Meadow Ladies Twilight League recently held a Rally for the Cure golf outing. This year marks the second year that the league has hosted the event.
The purpose is to emphasize the importance of early detection in the successful treatment of breast cancer and to support the mission of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease.

Growing weary of your woodwind garage band?

Concord Community Music School announces that auditions for its Scholarship Ensemble Program, including the Scholarship Vocal Ensemble, Scholarship Jazz Ensemble, Scholarship Woodwind Quintet and the Scholarship String Quartet, will take place through the end of September.

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