New Hampshire Senior News Briefs
Sunapee High School Class of 1953 Seven of the 11 graduates of Sunapee High School’s Class of 1953 attended a 60-year reunion hosted recently by J.D. and Carol Colcord at their Warner home. Gathered for a photo to memorialize the reunion are, standing from left, Ronald Leone, Robert Collins, Herbert Holmes and Howard Ross, and sitting from left, J.D. Colcord, Lorraine Mathiesen and Bruce Gregory. The alumni came from as far as Florida, Colorado and Utah to the reunion, where they reminisced, showed off family photos and had a cook-out, complete with a cake decorated with the school colors, green and white. Rich Dahlgren
Jordan will discuss the stadium’s 100-year history, which will be celebrated in September.
The RMA also offers a cribbage group that meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month and a computer group that usually meets the second Thursdays, though this month, the group is meeting the third Thursday, on Aug. 15. For more about the computer group, email Jim Theodosopoulos at firstname.lastname@example.org. For cribbage information, call Bob Campbell at 669-4944 or email email@example.com.
DOVER — Maple Suites Senior Independent Living Community, 30 Holiday Drive, will host a community yard sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and a free seminar on how to liquidate an estate and downsize a home at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 21.Proceeds from the yard sale, which will offer items donated by residents and families of Maple Suites, will benefit the resident Community Enrichment Program.
Box lunches will be available for purchase, and raffles also are planned.
She will share a multitude of ideas and step-by-step guides, helping homeowners learn how to plan an estate sale, how to find specialized buyers for collections, how to organize and downsize a home or estate and how to declutter.
Senior Wellness Mornings’ August topics announced
CONCORD — The Concord Area Senior Wellness Team, a group of Concord Hospital volunteers committed to the mental, physical, spiritual and social wellness of older adults in the community, offers Senior Wellness Mornings, free programs that provide information about resources available.Senior Wellness Mornings, which are open to all, begin at 10 a.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at the Centennial Senior Center, Smokestack Center, 254 N. State St.
Concord Regional VNA program on fall prevention
Secret Santa shines on Freemont's needy
Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: Fond memories of helping 'Gramp' search for Grandmother Cole's Christmas tree
Josh Logan at British Beer Company
New Hampshire Audubon's Rare Bird Alert
Oh, come all ye faithful carolers