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An exploration of bodywork

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REGION – Over the years, I have become fascinated by how the human body moves and adjusts to outside and internal influences. Day after day, our bodies find ways to continue to move despite injury, poor eating habits, sedentary lifestyles, … Continued

Nitka’s notes from the Statehouse, March 15, 2019

Dear Editor, While many innovative changes are taking place around our state one can look out of the Statehouse front windows and see the tall ancient smokestack that has served the capital complex for generations. Cord wood, oil, and wood … Continued

A letter from the Chester-Andover Family Center

Dear Editor, The Chester-Andover Family Center’s Election Day Bake Sale Tuesday, March 5, was a great success! We wish to thank everyone who stopped by after voting and either purchased baked goods or just made a donation. The center is … Continued

AARP Smart Driver Course at Neighborhood Connections

LONDONDERRY, Vt. – On March 22, from 12-4 p.m., at Neighborhood Connections, AARP offers a Smart Driver Course, an educational program which, upon completion, may make you eligible for an auto insurance discount. Because driving has changed since you first … Continued

Whiting Library hosts AARP Fraud Watch

CHESTER, Vt. – The Whiting Library, in cooperation with AARP Vermont’s Fraud Watch Network, will host a timely presentation, “Scams, Fraud and Con Artists: Coming to a Computer Near You,” at 117 Main Street, Chester, Vt., Saturday, March 23 at … Continued

Church Services for week of March 24

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Alstead, N.H. Third Congregational Church UCC, 14 River St. Sunday service and Sunday school starts at 10 a.m. For more information, contact alsteadthirdchurch@gmail.com or 603-835-6358. Ascutney, Vt. Bow Baptist Church, 1102 Rt. 5. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Morning service … Continued

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