I know this is a little hard to read, but you know what? If you pick up a copy of the September New Boston Bulletin, you'll have the original, all nice and easy to cut out and stick on your fridge! So please do that, and thanks to the NBB once again for allowing me access to their cool stuff.
I know you can't read this- I didn't enlarge because you can easily find the whole spread on page 19 of the October New Boston Bulletin. The New Boston Bulletin is available at Dodge's Store, the Whipple Library and Sully's in Goffstown. There's a lot going on so pick up a copy, clip out this page, and post it on your fridge. And don't forget to drop off your candy starting October 18!
Pick up a copy of the July Issues of the New Boston Bulletin, available at Dodge's Store and Sully's Supermarket. Page 30 features a wonderful story by Judy Keefe on the installation of a 500-piece ceramic tile mural honoring the Piscataquog River. Created by the Artist In Residence Program at the New Boston Central School, the mural now hangs on the side of the Charlie Buck Barn at the 4-H Youth Center. The pictures are terrific, the story is terrific, and the mural is amazing.
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CONTEST ENDS JUNE 14!
When you do the quiz, please use the zip code of the town you are voting for. If you are reading the Goffstown Edge from away, the zip codes are as follows:
New Boston 03070
Remember, Goffstown's 250th Anniversary is 2011, and New Boston has a terrific parade that we've all come to depend on for our holiday entertainment. If you are living in a village that likely would not be able to pull together a committee to make good use of the award, then you can submit the Goffstown or New Boston zips. Let's win this!!!
2010 proceeds go to the Mill Pond Footbridge The fourth annual Town Wide Yard Sale will take place on Saturday, June 12th from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be tables on the Town Common as well as a number of sales at homes around town. Maps leading to participating homes can be purchased for $3 each at the Gazebo on the Town Common. Part of your payment is a raffle ticket for a yard bench that will be raffled off on July 6th. Concessions will be available on the Town Common.
Once again the New Boston Bulletin presents the public with an exceptional feature story, this time written by Eric Seidel, Chairman of the Library Trustees in New Boston. The article- New Library Opens May 5th- is a wealth of information about the entire process that established the wonderful new library in New Boston. Beginning right on the first page of the May edition, I strong urge the community to pick up a paper and read this feature story. You'll learn a lot, discover some things that might surprise you, and I'm sure you'll have a deeper sense of civic pride. The New Boston Bulletin can be found at Sully's, most local gas stations, and all the supermarkets on Mast Road. Do yourself a favor and make the monthly New Boston Bulletin a part of your news routine.
In this month's New Boston Bulletin there is a touching and informative story about Christmas in Iraq, written by former New Boston resident CW2 Emily LeClair, US Army National Guard NH. You can find the story on page 14, and I strongly urge residents outside of New Boston to grab a copy of the New Boston Bulletin at the supermarket before they are all gone, and settle in to read.