a service that is offered
When I go to the post office, I always take advantage of the large “opportunity mail” recycling wagon in the middle of the room. I take home with me the things I want to shred before recycling, but typically I toss in catalogs and other things I don’t want. This is a wonderful public service provided by the Grantham Post Office.
However, several times I have seen garbage tossed in. Most recently there were two Diet Coke cans standing carefully against the side of the bin because the both still had soda in them!
C’mon, People. Do the right thing and only put in the materials that are supposed to be disposed of because this public service could be taken away.
The Lebanon Motor Vehicle sub-station
is permanently closed. This means the nearest licensing and registration
location is located on
Board holds budget forum
The next school board meeting is
Nov. 2 in the Jerry Whitney Conference Room at
fun (not an oxymoron)
NH Public Television presents
“Become a Math Detective” at
Nov. 4 in the
Note to GVS parents: This event takes
place on an early dismissal day for
Family portraits offered
Say “Cheese!” The sixth grade
The fee is only $10 for a free 8x10 family portrait (sitting fee included). You and your family with be professionally photographed and you will be able to immediately view your portraits. Your studio-quality portraits are sure to become valued family keepsakes.
If you are interested in having your family portrait done, please pick up a form at the front office at GVS or email Julie at email@example.com. Once you have completed the necessary form, you will be contacted to confirm your appointment time.
lunch Nov. 8
The monthly pot luck supper has been
changed to a pot luck lunch on Nov.8 at the
Please join the
The Grantham Historical Society has a
large circular table that it would like to
donate (free) to any group or individual in Grantham. It measures
7 feet in diameter and is about 20 feet in circumference. It has a
handsome leather covering. The table originally came from a law firm in
to fund tree planting project
Enter the Park & Ride Tree Fund
raffle to win a beautiful Town of
number of bricks available
The deadline to buy a brick to support the community playground is Dec. 31. Only 134 bricks will be sold. Bricks will be “engraved” with the name of your business, your family, your children, or maybe a special message. A brick patio shade garden at the new park will be created with the granite bricks, pavers and benches. The sale of the bricks will provide the funds to purchase playground equipment. Buy a Brick forms are available at the Grantham Town Office, Rum Brook Market, and online at www.granthamnh.net.
sports equipment sale Nov. 7
sports equipment sale will be held from
Nov. 7 in the Sherburne Gym on Route 10 in
Sunapee. Proceeds benefit the Sunapee Recreation Department.
If you have
sports equipment around your house that you don't use anymore, drop it
off to sell on 30 percent consignment between
Nov. 6 at the Sherburne Gym.
Parents: this is a great opportunity to get lightly-used children’s sporting equipment cheaply. Think cleats that are four sizes too big now but will fit in about two years. Not a bad investment of time and storage space.
invited to pot luck
is welcome to the monthly community pot luck, which begins at
Nov. 7 in the
downstairs of the
meet Nov. 10
The Blue Mountain Snowdusters ORC,
Inc. will hold its monthly meet at
Nov. 10 in the
will read from Christmas Farm
Join Author Mary Lyn Ray for a reading of her book Christmas Farm at the Dunbar Free Library beginning at Nov. 14. Copies of the book will be available for sale. The program is recommended for ages 4 and older; children must be accompanied by an adult.
In the event of bad weather, this event will be postponed to Nov. 21.
• Selectmen meet at
the second and fourth Wednesdays each month.
• Storytimes at Dunbar Free Library
Wednesdays for infants and toddlers up to age 3 with an adult, and at
Thursdays for preschool-aged children with an adult. Now through Dec. 10
with the exception of Thanksgiving week.
• Grantham United Methodist Church
offers Sunday service at
• Harmony Night a capella chorus
sings every Monday when
school is in session,
• Visit www.granthamnh.net
for official minutes, meeting dates and more.
• Another way to receive and communicate news concerning our community - http://GranthamVoice.com.
Don’t forget to send your news or events at least two weeks in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let your neighbors know what’s going on.
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