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EFFINGHAM — April 22 is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day and to celebrate, the Green Mountain Conservation Group has created a YouTube Channel dedicated to providing educational science and nature tutorials for children and their families that can be done at home and in the backyard.

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Greetings from the blood donation chair at the North Conway Community Center. We have closed our doors for at least another two weeks in accordance with the community mitigation strategies put forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The center will, however, remain open Frid…

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BARTLETT — The Bartlett Historical Society is driving forward with its mission to transform the former St. Joseph Church building in Bartlett into the new Bartlett History Museum. The Bartlett Historical Society is still driving forward with its mission to transform the former St. Joseph Chu…

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CONWAY — The Conway Public Library has announced it has received a $700 grant from Google and the American Library Association for the purpose of participating in National Digital Learning Day.

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CONWAY — The 10th annual Cupcake Battle, a fund-raising event for Mount Washington Valley Promotions, will take place on Sunday, Feb. 16 at the North Conway Community Center.  

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CONWAY — The White Mountain Horse Association will be hosting a Horse Owner Preparedness & Open Social meeting on Monday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m. at Horsefeathers Restaurant in North Conway Village. This meeting will be open to local horse owners and horse enthusiasts to come learn what this …

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CONWAY — White Mountain Movement Mentoring Program will soon begin its fourth season by offering Northern New Hampshire youth dancers in grades 5-12 a unique community service opportunity to make a positive difference in a child’s life.

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EFFINGHAM — The board of directors of Green Mountain Conservation Group recently named Matt Howe of Casco, Maine, as the organization’s new executive director.

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BRIDGTON, Maine — Bridgton-Lake Region Rotarians recently brought much-needed winter boots, jackets and ski pants to Songo Locks Elementary School in Naples, Maine. Principal Bridget DelPrete and Councilor Reem Bechara thanked Rotarians for the gifts and will facilitate their distribution.