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FITZWILLIAM RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS

From the Issue: 
June 2011
Yoga -  4 Week Session in June. $20 for session. Classes are on Mondays. 6/6, 13, 20 & 27. Class time is 6:30 PM at Fitzwilliam Town Hall. Drop in rate is $10. Class on 6/27 will be offering Yoga Nidra. Come give it a try! Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and bring water to drink.  Contact Sharon Laflamme with any questions or for additional information. 585-3438.
Summer Recreation – Planning has started for this year’s Summer Recreation program and we are happy to announce the new program director, Jeremy Rathbun. Jeremy’s experience and enthusiasm working with children are going to be great assets to our program and we are looking forward to a fun Summer! Forms and additional information are available online or by contacting the Recreation Department.  5-week program is $100 for registrations received BEFORE June 30th. After June 30th the fee is $125. Sign up early!!!! www.fitzwilliam-nh.gov

HELPING HAND

Construction is continuing at the Helping Hand building.  The exterior is being prepped for siding.  They are still open for business during the project, so come on by!

TROY SENIORS

From the Issue: 
June 2011
Ah-h-h spring – the cute little violets, the various daffodils, are all in bloom, and I’m wondering if the lilacs will have gone by come Memorial Day.  With all the rain and the few days of sun seems to have got the message to them that it is time to bloom now!!   I do love to see what is blooming next.  But with the beauty there are the itchy eyes and headaches and rummy nose.  But it is all worth it.  The Seniors have gotten into spring with their May baskets at our last meeting, so many different ideas and beautiful arrangements, really got us into the mood. Our next meeting will be held on June 22nd and we will have card and board games after our meeting.  Sounds like fun so hope you are planning on attending.

TROY SENIORS

From the Issue: 
May 2011
I have seen the Robins, and flowers are coming up but I still am waiting for some warmer days, more than one at a time!  The Troy Seniors will bring spring here for sure when they have the May Baskets for our meeting on May 25th.  Each year they come up with such beautiful baskets or unusual ideas for their baskets.  We select the most beautiful one and the most unusual one.  Such a selection.

    Our next meeting will be held at Kimball Hall at 1PM.  After our meeting we will have our May Basket selection and then each person that brought a basket will also take home a different one.  Hope you plan on joining in on the fun.  And perhaps bring along a friend to join us.  We will be planning for our first Saturday of the month buffet breakfast after the meeting.  Remember, we will need help, food etc. for the breakfast so hopefully we will have plenty of volunteers,

HELPING HAND CENTER

From the Issue: 
May 2011
Spring is in the air and we are getting closer and closer to giving our building a new look and new life.  The outside of our building will be sided soon with new colors and our roof finished.  This is exciting and in the long run so much more economical because our building needed constant painting due to the harsh winter weather.  We can't thank Troy enough for all their donations of clothing items and their donations for our yard sale room which has made this possible.  Please keep us operating and able to meet our repairs and the needs of our neighbors and friends by your continued support of clothing items and yard sale stuff.   Everyone is welcome to Helping Hand to check out our clothing and donation room.  Those in need can sign up for free food and clothing.  This is not like a usual food pantry but a place which is clean, professional looking and a lot of fun.

GAP MTN. LIONS CLUB

From the Issue: 
May 2011
The Homecoming for DG Lucille was held on April 9th at Hidden Hills in Rindge.  A very nice turnout to welcome back our own Lucille Decatur to the club.
    The Spring Convention  will be held May 6, 7 & 8th in Berlin, NH.    Many of our members are planning to
attend.   
    The Club will be helping on the Fishing Derby held at Sand Dam in Troy on May 22nd.  We donated a sum of money to help with this event.
    If you are in need of eyeglasses or hearing aids please contact a member of the Gap Mtn Lions Club.  We welcome guests to attend our monthly meetings and find out what Lionism does in the Community. 

EAST HILL FARM MOOS

From the Issue: 
April 2011
Thank you to all the guests who attended our Maple Madness Dinner on March 6.  Over one hundred guests enjoyed a delicious dinner of Maple Walnut Chicken and Maple Glazed Corned Beef.  The silent auction to benefit the Monadnock Travel Council was a huge success, with the Maple Pumpkin Pie being one of the most wanted items!

The upcoming Caribbean Night on April 3 will be another event not to be missed.  Caribbean jerk pulled pork and a white fish are the main features of the night.  Hors d’oeuvres begin at 5 PM with dinner to follow at 6.  Tropical Sensations, the local steel drum band, will play for your listening pleasure.  A silent auction will benefit MRHS Baseball.  Prices are $21.95 per adult, $12.95 per child, plus tax and gratuities.  This is a BYOB event and reservations are required. 

GAP MTN. LIONS CLUB

From the Issue: 
April 2011
The spaghetti suppers are over for this spring.  They were well attended and we enjoyed every-one who made an effort to come out during the snowy winter months.
Club members are busy making plans for the Homecoming of our District Governor, Lucille Decatur, to be held on April 9th.  Members had a great time at the Mardi Gras held on March 5th at the Grappone Center in Concord,.
Please contact any member of our club if you are in need of eyeglasses or hearing aids.  We welcome guests to attend our monthly meetings and find out what Lionism does in the Community.

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