NH Club Notes: Bedford Men’s Club has new officersFebruary 22. 2018 8:12PM
BEDFORD — The Bedford Men’s Club recently elected its board of directors for 2018: Dante D’Amato, president; Bob Friedburg, vice president; Steve Lawlor, treasurer; Bill Lange, secretary; and Tom Green, press chairman.
The club meets at Murphy’s Taproom on Route 101 the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. The next meeting is March 5.
The club, which started in 1976, contributes to many organizations by generating income through fundraisers, including its annual Christmas tree sale. The club supports youth sports, education and betterment programs in town and provides scholarship to graduating high school students in Bedford.
Club leaders say involvement in the club and its projects helps members to grow personally, work with others as a team, make and develop contacts and learn how to see projects through to completion.
With its monthly meetings and social events, the club also is a way for the members to build friendships.
Any man 21 or older who lives or works in Bedford is eligible to become a member. For more details, go to bedfordmensclub.com.
MMRG’s annual meeting RSVP deadline is March 14
WOLFEBORO — Moose Mountains Regional Greenways’ annual meeting and auction is planned from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, March 26, at The Inn on Main, 200 N. Main St.
The meeting will include dinner, a silent auction, fiddle and guitar music, recognitions and a business meeting.
The guest speaker will be Melissa Paly, a Great Bay-Piscataqua waterkeeper for the Conservation Law Foundation, where she works to advocate, inform and inspire people to protect and restore the Seacoast’s rivers, bays and coastline. Paly will discuss “Reflections on the Water — Connecting MMRG Communities to the Great Bay-Piscataqua Estuary.”
The cost is $35 and includes a choice among three dinner entrees. The RSVP deadline is Wednesday, March 14. RSVPs after then will be added to a waiting list. To sign up, go to www.mmrg.info/mmrgs-17th-annual-meeting. For more details, call 473-2020 or email email@example.com.
Landscape designer to speak to Hollis garden club
HOLLIS — The Colonial Garden Club of Hollis will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 6, at the Lawrence Barn Community Center, 28 Depot Road.
The speaker will be landscape designer Sally Muspratt, who will discuss how hedges can be used to define spaces or as a contrast to more colorful flower beds.
In April, the club is joining other garden clubs in sponsoring a program by garden historian Marta McDowell at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at Hollis-Brookline High School, 24 Cavalier Court.
The discussion by McDowell, author of “All the President’s Gardens,” will go from the seed-collecting, plant-obsessed George Washington through Michelle Obama’s focus on edibles.
Tickets are $10 in advance ($15 at the door if available) and may be purchased at goo.gl/YMPRir.
Derry Garden Club to meet March 2
DERRY — The Derry Garden Club’s next meeting will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, March 2, at the Derry Boys and Girls Club, 40 Hampstead Road.
All members are encouraged to bring photos of their gardens for a “show and tell” that will demonstrate how to use the photos to create notecards, photo books, calendars and for use in other applications.
The committee will provide a casserole luncheon with dessert and beverages. New guests who are potentially interested in joining are welcome to attend.
For more information about the club, go to www.derrygardenclub.org.
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