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Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Page 12 Salisbury Free Library Salisbury Free Library February News Yoga, Gentle Flow at the Salisbury Free Library – Wednesdays 8:30 - 9:30 am and Thursdays 7:15 - 8:15 pm. Sessions are $5 each. “Move with Melinda”: Beginner ballroom dancing classes is on Wednesdays from 6-7 pm. Fox trot, tango, cha cha, swing, saltz, salsa, rumba, and more! No special shoes or partner needed! Sessions are $10 each. Book Group meets the fourth Monday of the month at 7pm at the library. February’s Book Group is reading Snow in August by Pete Hamill. Copies are now available at the library. Storytime is on Mondays at 10:30am. Museum of Fine Arts in Boston passes are available! * $30 Pass or Fail Mon - Thur 8AM - 5PM Friday 8AM - 4PM State Inspection “Your Complete Service Center” Winter Is Here and it is rough on your car. Belts, batteries, wipers and those blasted potholes. DON’T BE BROKE DOWN IN THE COLD THIS WINTER Come let us take care of your investment! Trust us to keep you on the road! RICH GAGNES Auto & Truck Repairs Specializing in Engine Tune-ups Brake Service Mufflers ◊ Exhaust Systems Struts & Shocks Starters ◊ Alternators New & Used Tires 97 Deer Meadow Rd Webster, NH 746-2699 The Merrimack Valley Voice February 01, 2018 Readers Write Dear Webster Residents, Happy New Year to all of us. Five months ago I decided to run for the Select Board. Since then, I have spoken with people active in Town Government, involved on Boards and Committees, employees at Town Hall and the Police Department and have learned a great deal not just about their responsibilities but also about their commitment to our town. It has been inspiring. The active commitment among these people ranged from 4 to 30+ years and yet every single person spoke with equal affection and concern about our town. I also love and care about the town and I am running for the SB for a few reasons: • I want to support those individuals involved in our public safety: The police officers, fire fighters, EMTs and highway crews provides vital services to our community. I would like to ensure they have the materials and support they need to perform their essential responsibilities. • I want to maintain the rural character of our town: This is why we moved here, and this is why so many of us cherish this place • I want to support the employees working in the Town Hall. Each person works diligently to make this town function, and much of what they do is out of the public eye. It is because of their hard work that our town functions smoothly. • I want to maintain our low tax rate. David and I are able to live here because as retirees, we can afford to own a home on a nearly fixed income. It is in all of our interests to keep life affordable while still maintaining infrastructure and supporting our town services and employees. March 13th is the day for Town Elections. Please vote for me. Feel free to contact me at and I look forward to hearing from you. Chris Schadler, Webster, NH From State Representative, Natalie Wells Merrimack 25 I would like to take this time to introduce to you to a lady from Salisbury who will be running for the Merrimack Valley School Board. Her name is Louise Andrus. I met Louise two years ago at the Salisbury Old Home Days. Her enthusiasm and ideas in bettering the education of the students in the Merrimack District spoke volumes to me. Louise has lived in Salisbury for 40 years with her husband. All her children graduated from the Merrimack Valley High School. Her occupation as a bookkeeper has exposed her to all types of financial documents, and has the necessary knowledge of dealing with budgets. Louise has attended school board meetings for about 5 years, as well as attending annual school meetings. Through this attendance, she has gained a confident knowledge of the school district and feels ready to take on the task as a school board member. The District area covers Boscawen, Loudon, Penacook, Salisbury, and Webster. The Annual Meeting held in Penacook is March 8th. The time has come to elect new school board members with new ideas and input into the education of our students and the oversight of finances in the school district. That is why I ask the residents of these five towns to come out and vote on March 8th for Louise Andrus. Sincerely, Representative Natalie J Wells

The Merrimack Valley Voice February 01, 2018 Page 13 BOSCAWEN TOWN CLERK NEWS TOWN ELECTION & MEETING: March 13, 2018. preparation for the upcoming Town Election, the ensuing information is being provided: The following Town positions are “up for election”: Cemetery Trustee (one 3-year term), Library Trustee (two 3-year terms), Selectman (one 3-year term), Moderator (one 3-year term), Town Clerk (one 3-year term), Treasurer (one 1-year term), and Trustee of Trust Funds (one 3-year term). Voting takes place at the Town Hall, 14 High Street, Boscawen; at the junction of Routes 3&4. Polls will be open from 7am until 7pm. The annual Town Meeting will immediately follow the election. The meeting will be held at Boscawen Elementary School, 1 B.E.S.T. Avenue, Boscawen. BOSCAWEN TOWN CLERK’s regular office hours are as follows: M, T, W, & Fri 8:30am – 4:30pm, TH 8:30am – 5:30pm. The office closes daily for lunch from 12noon – 1pm. The Office will be closed on January 15, 2017 in observance of Civil Rights Day. Respectfully submitted by Michelle Brochu, Town Clerk Twiggs Continued from Page 3 tions, taste local foods, hiking trails, fine art, craft making, farm animals, and much more. Free for the whole family! Visit for more information and maps about the tour. Twiggs Gallery offers revolving exhibitions of local and regional art, art classes, unique gifts and Cornerstone Design calligraphy services. Twiggs Gallery, 254 King Street, Jct. Rte. 3 & 4, Boscawen, NH. 603-975-0015. Regular Winter Hours: Thur-Fri 11-5 · Sat 12-4 or by appointment. twiggsgallery. VCA Caves DEDICATED TO COMPASSIONATE HEALTH 24/7/365 Emergency and Critical Care Behavior Medicine Cardiology Diagnostic Imaging Dermatology Exotic Animal Medicine Internal Medicine Oncology Ophthalmology Surgery I131 Radioactive Iodine VCA Riverside Veterinary ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Full service preventive care Surgical care Progressive dentistry Nutritional counseling Therapeutic diets Grooming Full Service Boarding Wide assortment of retail and supplements And much, much more! Cyan Magenta Yellow Black We support adoption and work closely with the Pope Memorial SPCA. Please visit them at to see the Pet of the Week Sun 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (boarding drop-off & pick-up only) Mon-Thu 7:30 AM - 8:00 PM Fri 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 1 Intervale Rd Concord NH 227.1199 Riverside Veterinary Hospital 201 N Main St Boscawen, NH 753.9834

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