, Kingston, NH


June 20, 2013

Men's Conference

BRENTWOOD —If you want to know the one thing men are the most short on, just ask them. Time. Between family obligations, work expectations and their home “to do” list, most men find themselves short on the time needed to develop true friendships. However, when men invest time in themselves to build relationships with mentors, co-workers, fellow hobby enthusiasts - the outcome is a happier guy! And who doesn’t want a happier guy in their life?

Finding direction for your life and relationships, for your choices and decisions - is what TRUE North Men’s Conference is all about. This event, sponsored by Grace Ministries of Brentwood, is open to all area men. Consider taking some time for yourself and reach out to make a new acquaintance. Who knows, down the road, that very same person could become a life long friend.

All of the details can be found at or by calling their offices at 603-642-7848. The cost is just $30.00 per guy, which is dirt cheap by any standard - so invite your brother-in-law, or your dad, or your teenage son, neighbor or co-worker and make this “time” spent, well worth it!

TRUE North kicks off on Fri., July 26 with a cookout dinner at 6:00 p.m. On Sat., July 27, breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. and the Conference ends with a special luncheon for all of you and your new found friends! Special Guest Speaker Phil Costanzo of Killingworth, CT will be here to impart his experiences and wisdom in gathering men together to build friendships and to learn from one another. So consider being a part of this brand new event.

Text Only

New England News
  • Marie Rose (Robidoux) Audy

    LAWRENCE — Marie Rose (Robidoux) Audy, passed away at her home surrounded by her family, after suffering a stroke in April. She was born in Lawrence and was the daughter of the late Rose A. (Betit) and Alfred Robidoux, originally of Quebec, Canada. She was predeceased by her husband of 28 years, Armand Joseph Audy, who passed away on June 28, 1976.

    Continued ...
    5 days
  • Charles Anthony "Chuck" Carnival, 79

    Jackson, MS — Charles Anthony “Chuck” Carnival, 79, formerly of Raymond, N.H., passed away Thursday, June 19, 2014, at Central Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Miss.

    Continued ...
    12 days 1 Photo
  • Francis M. Lurvey, 76

    Bar Harbor, ME — Francis M. Lurvey passed away Sunday, June 22, in Bar Harbor, Maine, after battling cancer. By his side were his sons, Edwin Lurvey and Steven Lurvey and his niece and husband, Debra and Richard Carey, as well as cousin, Marion McDonald. He was the son of Edwin R Lurvey (Bar Harbor) and Delia Amazeen (Dexter). He is survived by five children, a stepson, and their families. His sons, Edwin and wife April, Steven and wife, Pam, David and his daughter, Meghan, as well as his daughters, Lorraine and Ellen and her husband, Paul DiScipio with daughters, Katherine and Julia, and his stepson, Brian Faulkner and wife, Jody with children, Trevor, Rachel, and Keith. He is also survived by his sister, Sheryl, and many nieces and nephews including Frank Lurvey and Elaine Langer. Francis was predeceased by his twin brother, Frank, as well as his brothers, Edwin and Erwin. He was also predeceased by his longtime companion, Brian and Edwin’s mother, Maureen Faulkner and former wife, Roberta Lurvey Gilmore.

    Continued ...
    19 days 1 Photo
  • Norman R. Cote

    Atkinson, NH — Norman R. Cote, of Atkinson, was called to his heavenly home on June 16, 2014, following a period of declining health.

    Continued ...
    19 days
  • Frederick M. Hopper, 64

    Epping, NH — Frederick Michael Hopper, of Epping, N.H., passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, June 15, 2014. Predeceased by his wife, Alice Hopper, he is survived by his longtime girlfriend, Joann Peatfield; daughters, Shay Belair and Jayne Pond; sons-in-law, Adam Belair and James Pond; mother, Arlene Hopper; father and stepmother, Frederick S. and Barbara Hopper; siblings, Susan Hardy, Stephan Hopper, Scott Hopper, and Sherri Chagnon; grandsons, Benjamin Belair, Jonathan Belair and Jackson Pond; and numerous nieces and nephews.

    Continued ...
    26 days 1 Photo