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Gayle Hedrington

June 16, 2009

Croydon Historical Society

Cynthia Phillips makes a twig tray after recent Croydon Historical Society meeting. Photo Gayle Hedrington

The Croydon Historical Society is gearing up for its annual yard sale, on Saturday, June 20. Along with hidden treasures and white elephants there is a "50/50." Sale is from 8 am-2 pm.   

 

 

 

 

 

Croydon's New Residents

Be careful when driving by Spectacle Pond a family of Canadian Wild Geese often crosses there. You can spot them on the lawn across from the pond, Mama, Papa and three babies.  

 

Rocky Bound

As always winter has washed up nasty leaves, branches etc. at Rocky Bound. I started cleaning some of it on Saturday, and I put a small picnic table under the tree. If anyone wishes to help rake, the rakes are on the side of the port-a-potty. Any help is appreciated. Let us all enjoy the public beach.  

 

Open House for Windmills

On Friday, June 19 at 10:00 am, Iberdrola Renewables, Public Service of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, and the Town of Lempster are holding an open house for the Wind Power Project. Parking and shuttle to the project is available and starts at 10 am. Dedication and festivities begin at 11 am and free picnic lunch at noon. Tours of the Turbine begin at 1 pm. 

Weather at the project site is windy and temperature changes throughout the day. Wear casual layered clothing and comfortable shoes. 

R.S.V.P. is required by emailing lempster@iberdrolausa.com or call 1-800-922-4350.

For more information visit www.iberdrolarenewables.us/cs_lempster.html.     

Join Me in Getting Wild

Wild cooking that is. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is offering "Cook Like a Wild Woman" in their beyond B.O.W. (Becoming an Outdoor Woman) series. The course is August 22 - 23 at the Barry Conservation Camp in Berlin NH.

Participants will learn proper techniques of wild game and fish care and cooking, identifying edible wild plants, foraging, and harvesting wild vegetables and berries. The weekend incorporates hands-on preparation of luscious wild delicacies and cooking methods for a variety of wild game and fish. Campers will prepare their own Saturday evening dinner and Sunday morning brunch using wild ingredients. Recipes and menu planning will be included. 

The workshop costs $60.00, and includes all meals, lodging (rustic cabins, cots), instruction, recipes, menu, planning, and cooking materials.

A brochure and mail-in registration form for the "Cook Like a Wild Woman" course are now available to download at http://www.nhbow.com or you can call (603) 271-3212.

 

Fishing Photo Contest for Kids

If you have a great photo of a kid fishing, you need to enter it in the 2009 kids fishing photo contest. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, and Kidz Rule USA magazine sponsors the event. The contest is open to children under age 13, with their parent's permission. Winning photos may be the child with the biggest smile or the family having the most fun trying to catch a fish! All entries due by September 30, 2009.

To enter the contest, contestants should email a photo along with child's name, age, parent/guardian's name, address, phone, species of fish and where the fish was caught (if a fish is pictured), and a brief description of the fishing scene, to editor@kidzruleusa.com or mail to: Kidz Rule USA, PO Box 834, Milford, NH 03055. Your photos may appear in an upcoming issue of Kidz Rule USA. Each child may enter the contest only once. Employees of Kidz Rule USA and its affiliates or the N.H. Fish and Game Department, and members of their immediate families, are not eligible to enter.

For full contest details or more information on how to subscribe to Kidz Rule USA magazine, visit http://www.kidzruleusa.com.  

 

Please feel free to contact me with any information, news, announcements or just to say hello at gaylehed@gmail.com Have a great week.

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