Thursday, March 19th, 2009
7 PM - 9 PM Gay-Kimball Library 10-South Main St., Troy, NH
Do you know the signs of the Asian Longhorned Beetle? Do you know the threat this beetle poses to New Hampshire's forests? This exotic, potentially devastating insect has been found in Worcester, MA - 40 miles from the New Hampshire border - and has the potential to spread north.
Wednesday March 4th is the next Old Home Days meeting at the Library at 7 PM. Come with ideas and thoughts on how you or your group will be involved to make this a truly Troy event.
Current plans include a Gap Mtn Lions chicken barbecue on Friday night, followed by a band concert. Saturday will feature the Westmoreland Town Band, a Steel Drum Band, vendors, craftspeople, food, old fashioned games, and so much more.
Can’t make the meeting but willing to get involved? Call Kathy at 242-7731 or send an email to email@example.com and we’ll forward the info.
On March 28, 2009 the Annual National Walk for Epilepsy will be held in Washington, DC. Brenda and Douglas Lyman will be participating for the third year in a row. Thanks to the donations from the people of Troy, the students at Troy Elementary School as well as friends, family, and the local community, we as TEAM NH, donated $500 to the Epilepsy Foundation. The total for the walk last year was over 1 million dollars. We know that times are hard right now, but we would like to bring some money with us again this year to give from the community. Any amount will be appreciated.