Clubs & Groups

GAP MTN. LIONS CLUB

From the Issue: 
December 2011
We continue to have our monthly meetings at the Village Pond  Community Center in Troy. We meet the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM for our dinner meeting. We voted to have the business meeting the same night for the winter months.

Our Holiday Basket Auction  as a great success, and thanks to everyone that came and enjoyed the fun.  The Christmas Kid Shoppe will be held Sunday, Dec 11 at 1pm at the Meadowood Assembly Hall.  Please call a Lion member if you would like to help, or have items  to donate.

For eyeglasses or hearing aids, please contact a member of the Gap Mtn Lions Club.  We welcome guests to attend our  monthly meetings. 

FITZWILLIAM RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS

From the Issue: 
December 2011
Youth Basketball – Youth Basketball will be starting up after the holidays.  Sign ups will be held Monday December 12th and Thursday December 15th from 6- 8 PM.  Fee for program is $30. ($25 for 2nd child and family maximum of $75).
Men’s Basketball – Men’s Basketball has started up again! Monday Evenings at Emerson Elementary multi-purpose room. 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM.  Bring your own ball and water! (There will not be basketball during vacations or on Holidays when school is closed)

Let’s Get Fit!!!!
Yoga - 7 Week session will begin Monday, November 7th.  $35 full session.  Class time is 6:30 PM at Fitzwilliam Town Hall.  Drop in rate is $10.  Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and bring water to drink.  Contact Sharon Laflamme with any questions or for additional information. 585-3438.

EAST HILL FARM MOOS

From the Issue: 
November 2011
Wondering what to do with the children in your life on November 11?  Bring them to the farm for a day of hands on activities from 9 AM— 3 PM at our annual Fall Family Farm Day!  The rate for the day including lunch, all activities, tax, and tip is $25.00 per adult and $15 per child age 2-16.  (Reduced rates are available for residents of Troy and Fitzwilliam.)  Reservations are required so call today!

Show your support for our local farmers and their hard work by joining us for a New Hampshire Growers dinner on November 13.  Enjoy live fiddle music by Randy Miller, while sampling hors d’oeuvres at 5 PM.  Dinner will begin at 6 PM  and showcase a variety of locally grown foods including roast turkey and a vegetarian quiche.  A silent auction will benefit the Young Farmer and Rancher program of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau.  The price is $24.95 per person age 16-adult, $12.95 per child age 5-15, and $7.50 per child age 2-4, plus tax and gratuities.  This is a BYOB event.

GAP MTN. LIONS CLUB

From the Issue: 
November 2011
We are now having our monthly meetings at the Village Pond Community
Center in Troy. We meet the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM for our dinner meeting, and the third Tuesday at 7 PM for our business meeting.
   
Our Holiday Basket Auction will be held Nov 12th at the VFW building on Rte 12 in Fitzwilliam.  The doors open at 12 noon and the auction starts at 1 PM.  We welcome any items that anyone would like to donate.
   
For eyeglasses or hearing aids,please contact a member of the Gap Mtn Lions Club. We welcome guests to attend our monthly meetings.

AMERICAN LEGION

From the Issue: 
November 2011
By  Charlie Cook

Santa has contacted The American Legion Post 56 and will be at Gay-Kimball Library on December 10th   from 9 AM until 1 PM.  He is anxious to visit with the children.  Remember to bring your cameras.  Also enter for a chance to win a gift.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has participated in the effort to help our troops by donating coupons.  To update you there has been over  $20,000  worth sent to our troops.  Again thank you much for your help.  Without you this could not have been accomplished.
The American Legion will be holding a flag retirement on November 12th at 11 AM at the Depot site. We invite all scouts, veterans and citizens of Troy to join us in this event.  

GAP MOUNTAIN LIONS

From the Issue: 
October 2011
The Gap Mountain Lions are always looking for ways to help people in Troy and Fitzwilliam.   We are an integral part of the community and are here to assist in any way we can.  Our motto is WE SERVE.

Do you know of any one in need of an eye exam or glasses? 
Are there any children in need at our schools?
Are there elderly citizens who might need a helping hand?
Do you know of someone who can’t afford hearing aids?

You can help us by referring these people to us. Call: Jeanne Drugg @ 585-3170; Nancy Nye @ 242-6293;or Jane Wright @585-6808

HELPING HAND CENTER

From the Issue: 
October 2011
As you know, the days are getting shorter and the nights colder.  Warm clothing is starting to come of out of storage.  I'm sure by now everyone knows the drill - we need your quality and clean clothing for your neighbors and friends.  Clean out those closets and drawers!  We will also take any and all wonderful summer clothing as we now have a big storage area where we can store them until summer.

Our center now has a brand new sign.  Come on over and check it out.  While you're doing that - come on in and pay us a visit.  If you need a book to cozy up to the fire and don't want to spend a lot of money - check out our selection.  If you have some great books for children or soft covered books for adults, please bring them over to us so we can give them out to people who are going through a rough time.

TROY SENIORS

From the Issue: 
October 2011
Feel like a duck yet?  The weather has changed though, to some nice fall days.  The summer just flew by and now we have to think of fall activities, which start off with the seniors holding their luncheon at East Hill in October.  We had our last trip of this year in September.  A great time, and enjoyed by all, and held a pot luck luncheon at our last meeting.

We are still having out first Saturday of the month breakfast at Kimball Hall from 7 to 10 AM.  Cost is $5 for adults and $3.50 for children under 12.  Many who come meet friends and others for a great start to the weekend.  Try it the first Saturday in October before you start raking those leaves.

If you are planning on attending the October meeting, please let Lucille know.  It’s quite a job calling each person, so if you contact her first, I helps.  Hope to see you at our next meeting.

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