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FREEDOM — According to Kara Smith Couture, director of community outreach at Camp Huckins, “The cancellation of resident camp this summer was profoundly disappointing after a shortened school year and what feels like an eternity of isolation.”

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STARK — Eight youngsters ranging in age from 11 to 14 recently got the chance to hone their outdoor skills during a wilderness survival day course during the week of July 20, thanks to two Appalachian Mountain Club instructors.

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Michael Anthony “Mikey V” Venditti sang his last rendition of “My Way” on July 7, 2020, from complications of pancreatitis, or as Mikey V would say “The Panc."

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ONWAY — Now in its third and final year of the Capital Campaign, Vaughan Community Services is grateful for the continued support of the Gibson/Woodbury Foundation with their most recent donation of $75,000.

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SARGENT'S PURCHASE — Like many events, the Mount Washington Observatory’s Seek the Peak fundraiser has gone virtual this 20th anniversary year as a way to observe the milestone anniversary and still stay safe given the pandemic constraints.

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FRYEBURG, Maine — A book signing will be held on Saturday, July 18, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Fryeburg Fairgrounds by the Main Office to present a new book entitled “History and Memories of North Fryeburg, Maine and Fryeburg Harbor” written by Diane L. Jones of North Fryeburg and published by …

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BARTLETT — For the second consecutive year, the Bartlett Historical Society and members of the faculty at the Josiah Bartlett Elementary School in Bartlett challenged the eighth-grade class with the Bartlett History Project.

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SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Hannaford Supermarkets recently announced a $250,000 donation to support farms throughout New England and New York adversely impacted by the coronavirus global health pandemic.

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JACKSON — The Jackson Community Association has announced with pleasure and pride the recipients of their 2020 college scholarships in these extraordinary times. The scholarships are awarded to high school graduates who are residents of Jackson and are continuing their secondary education.

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Chris Meier is a lawyer and partner with Cooper Cargill Chant in North Conway, and serves on the board of the MWV Trails Association.

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PINKHAM NOTCH — Gorham High School seniors had an actual in-person graduation, at which they picked up their diplomas at a ceremony held June 5 at the base of Mount Washington.

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CONWAY — Over the past several years, Mt. Washington Valley Eaters & Growers (MWVEG) has been working hard to connect consumers with local food options in the greater Mt. Washington Valley.