, Kingston, NH

Letters to the Editor

November 28, 2013

Thank You from Hampstead Mothers' Club

The Hampstead Mothers’ Club would like to thank the following individuals and businesses who generously donated to our recent Craft Fair on November 2. Without your continued support this event would not have been such a huge success.

We cannot thank enough the following: Greater Hampstead Family Practice, Belle Aimee Med Spa, Santa’s Village, Bauer, HMS Cafeteria Services, Dr. James Holland, D.M.D., Garrett Borrows, Factory Direct, Party Playland, The Rinks at Exeter, J & B Butcher, You’re Fired Pottery, Andrea Martin-Scentsy, Epic, BeanTowne, Toss and Sauce, Cosmo’s Pizza, Atkinson House of Pizza, Prime Pizza, Hannaford Supermarket, Shaw’s Supermarket, Chili’s Restaurant-Seabrook, Pepsi, Townie’s Pizza, Don’s Market, Hampstead Center Market, Market Basket, BJ’s, Longhorn’s - Plaistow, Applebees - Plaistow, Uno Chicago Grill - Haverhill, Sodexo Sports and Leisure, Seaglass Restaurant and Lounge, Cranmore Mountain, Noggin Works, Manchester Monarchs, Bleu Tangerine, Water Country, Dr. David L Patten D.D.S., A Dance Vision by Nicole,

Passport Pilates, Phantom Gymnastics, Hampstead Health and Fitness, Sew Dainty Dresses, Keurig, Freshwater Farms, Charmingfare Farm, SEE science center, Stone Zoo, Dot to Dot Doos, Hampstead Animal Hospital, Storyland, Red Sox, McIntyre Ski Area, Vertical Dreams, Laser Craze, Cedarland Amazement Center, Zorvino’s Vineyard, Dress 2 Dance, ScrubaDub Auto Wash Center, Anastacia Photography, White Wave Photography, Lyn Downey - 31 gifts, Christina’s Country Café, Main Street Sewing Studio, Prime Butcher, C. Melucci Salon and Spa, Pats Peak, Lobster Q, Billingsley Family.

Without all the help from these wonderful donations, the Hampstead Mothers’ Club would not be able to achieve our many goals each year. We sincerely thank each and every one of you.

Jessica Boulter

on behalf of

Hampstead Mothers’ Club




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