New Hampshire Club Notes
HUDSON — The GFWC Hudson Junior Woman's Club will host its annual rabies clinic from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Hudson Animal Control Facility, 6 Constitution Drive.
Puppies must be at least 6 months old before they can be inoculated. Previously vaccinated pets may receive a three-year shot if their owners can show written, dated proof of an earlier vaccination, such as last year's certificate or a dated card from a vet. Rabies collar tags are not dated, so won't be accepted as proof.
Hudson dog owners also will be able to buy dog licenses from a town clerk's office representative. All dogs owned by Hudson residents must be licensed by May 1. A rabies vaccination certificate is required for licensing.
Items to purchase from Canine Companions will be available, along with information about the nonprofit organization that provides trained assistance dogs for people with disabilities.
WINDHAM — The Windham Woman's Club plans its annual baby shower collection in support of Our Place, an agency of Catholic Charities, from April 28 through May 9.
Our Place helps pregnant and parenting teens and young adults from the point of pregnancy through their child's third year. Young parents are offered prenatal and childbirth education, parenting education, support and referral to community resources.
Warner's Harris Lodge hosts officer installation
Right Worshipful David A. Hardy, district deputy grand lecturer from the 4th Masonic District, installed Brian S. Stiles as the 79th master of Harris Lodge. The lodge, located in the old Baptist Church on Church Street, was chartered May 19, 1875, and is one of the state's oldest Masonic lodges.
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