All these Committee of Conferences have to debate and come up with an agreement that must have one-hundred percent of the committee voting the same way, but only have until June 20 to resolve their differences. Senate Rules say June 20 at 12:00 p.m. and House Rules say June 20 at 3:00 p.m. all reports must be filed. Guess we’ll see what happens.
The Raymond 4th of July Parade committee is still looking for groups, horses, old cars, and donations for the upcoming parade on, yes the 4th, stepping off at 9:30 a.m. Any interested party can contact me. This is a “bring the family and leave your wallet at home” event. Immediately after the parade, we have about a 12 minute, no speeches, ceremony, followed by free food, water, games and activities for the kids, with a DJ playing until about 2:00 p.m. or after.
The Raymond 250th Anniversary Parade Cookbook committee is looking for Raymond residents to submit recipes for our commemorative book. You can pick up recipe forms at the town library, the laundromat across Rte 27 from Hannafords, or from me. Please help us to create a nice book with a lot of different family secrets.
St. Joseph Parish, Epping, bid a sad farewell to Father Volney DeRosia as he was transferred to St. Patrick Parish, in Pelham. Good luck Fr. Von, we wish you well on your new adventure. Welcome to our new priest Father Don Clinton, coming in from St. Marie Parish in Manchester.
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