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Give a pint, get a pound

There will be a red cross blood drive at Grace Capitol Church, 542 Pembroke Street, Pembroke on Tuesday, January 29 1pm to 6pm. All donaors will recieve a coupon for a pound of Dunkin Donuts coffee.

Cyndi Beevers

Jazz and Mexican food converge for one evening

The Musicians of Wall Street Jazz Ensemble will present their annual Jazz in January cabaret-style evening with two shows on Friday, Jan. 25, at 7 and 9 p.m. As the audience savors food courtesy of Hermanos Cocina Mexicana, they will hear a wide range of Latin, be-bop, gospel-tinged blues tunes as well as a few originals by the band. A highlight will be the percussion extravaganza that promises not one, but two, drummers.

Souperbowl Sunday

Get ready for the Souperbowl of Caring, Sunday, Feb. 3.

Super Bowl will soon be here and once again, the Friendly Kitchen invites churches, organizations, businesses and individuals to make contributions to the Friendly Kitchen in order to keep our soup bowls full.

Many local churches will have a special collection on Feb. 3 and local businesses will have collection canisters to receive your donation. All funds collected will help us meet our mission of feeding the hungry and homeless in a warm, caring and nondiscriminating environment.

Musical fundraiser

My daughter, Madeleine Stewart, is organizing a fundraiser concert with some of her homeschool buddies at the Concord Community Music School. The concert will benefit the school

Here birdy, birdy

While winter conditions in December 2006 and early January 2007 were fairly mild, this season is just the opposite. Record snowfall in December covered the ground, hiding the seed plants that are food for winter birds, but not the fruit trees. This may mean fewer birds at your feeders but more in your crab apple trees.

Help these kids by attending a classical piano concert

Folks, my father taught me that charity starts at home and in our own back yard. Raising two teenagers on my own has really brought that to heart. With all the demands in our lives, that

Home buyers, look!

New Hampshire Housing is sponsoring a free, two-part, First-Time Home Buyer

Free phone for eligible residents

Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Inc., has a special program called New Hampshire Telecommunication Equipment Distribution, which is for people with hearing loss, vision loss or mobility loss to assist with getting a new phone to be able to communicate on the phone. The program will offer telephones at no cost, depending on income, or at a low cost if income guidelines are not met.
Applicants must be residents of New Hampshire in order to be eligible to apply.

Become one with the outdoors

Women who want to explore active outdoor interests like ice-fishing or snowshoeing can attend a one-day

Anyone who

The Concord Recreation Department and the Friends of White Park will host the annual White Park Carnival on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 1-4 p.m. at White Park.

The carnival is a safe, affordable and fun event for the whole family! Come celebrate the season with a parade, refreshments, sled races, skate races, a bonfire and a scavenger hunt with prizes. And, of course, lots and lots of skating on the pond. Skates will be available to rent.

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