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Time to retangle the lights

Concord Boy Scout Troop 81 will be picking up Christmas Trees and recycling them on Saturday January 5, 2008. All trees will be chipped into mulch. Please call 226-0760 to arrange for your pickup. Donations are greatly appreciated and will be used for summer camping programs.

Bob Waterman
Scoutmaster

Free Workshop on "Making Music Part of Storytime"

For Librarians, Parents, Educators and Child-Care Providers
January 8 in Plymouth; January 9 in Lancaster

"Books and music make a perfect pair for early learning," says Deborah Stuart, a musician and educator who will lead free January workshops for children's librarians, parents, and early-child educators and care providers January 8 and 9. Stuart will guide participants in using music to enrich and enliven Storytimes, offering fresh ways to integrate books with music and movement activities and to share songs, finger plays and singing games.

More good deeds

The Concord Human Services Department continues to be the recipient of holiday donations and good deeds. The Department recently received donations from UAW Local #2232, Unitil Energy Systems, the Community Development Program and a secret Santa (the secret Santa and his brothers, who wish to remain anonymous, donate money in memory of their mother each year).

Recycle that tree!

Christmas trees are not picked up by the trash service. Residents can take trees to the Beaver Meadow Golf Course, the Transfer Station on Old Turnpike Road, or White Farm on Clinton Street through Saturday, Jan. 26. All deposited trees will be chipped into mulch.
Tom Aspell

BPW talks inspiration

The Business and Professional Women of Concord will hold their next meeting on Jan. 9, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Topic: January is Mentor Month

A year of NH wildlife

If you love the outdoors and wildlife, get set for the new year with a 2008 New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife Calendar.
Getting a calendar is easy. Send in the print-and-mail order form at wildlife.state.nh.us/ Shop /calendar.html. The calendar is $9.95 (shipping is free). You can also buy calendars at Fish and Game headquarters on Hazen Drive.
Your calendar purchase helps the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department manage the natural resources we all enjoy