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March 13, 2014

Photo Features: March 13, 2014

Select photos from the March 13, 2014 edition of Carriage Towne News.


And there was light for all family members attending masses held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 200 Pleasant Street in Epping. Father Don Clinton, pastor, invites everyone with open arms. For a mass schedule or other information, please call the church at 603-679-8805. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Lions Supermarket Sweep

The Plaistow Lions Club charitable “Supermarket Sweep” project will take place April 26, at the Plaistow Market Basket on Route 125 in Plaistow. Just grab a basket (or baskets) and for three minutes have a blast picking up all your favorite food items, that’s the grand prize. Other prizes await you. One ticket is $5.00 or a book of five tickets is $20.00. Pictured from left, Jay DeRoche, 2nd vice president; Walter Lawrence, treasurer; Gene Crochetiere, store manager; Paul Rene, secretary; and Emily Therrian of Danville. For tickets contact Clay Patles, 978-804-2117; Jay DeRoche, 603-819-3330, or email (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Sewing for Newborns

Kingston’s Diane Voss, above, is one of the dedicated volunteers that meet at the Kingston Congregational Church, 6 Church Street in Kingston, that make items for newborns and their families, as well as specialized items for hospitals. If you would like to donate, or need other information, please call President Linda Steward at 642-9396. (CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

Raymond Historical Campaign

The Raymond Historical Society is continuing the drive for funding to refurbish the exterior to the historic train depot in time for the town’s 250th celebration in 2014, in hopes it will continue to be one of Raymond’s treasured historic buildings for future generations. The Raymond Historical Society was founded in 1970 by a handful of members who wished to promote and document historical research in the Town of Raymond. Just three years later, the society purchased the old Boston & Maine depot, believing it was necessary to have a “base of operation” in order to preserve and maintain artifacts which may come to the Society. The site now includes the old Gile School House, ancillary museum buildings, and railroad cars situated on tracks of the former Boston & Maine Railroad. Fundraising committee members include, from left, Marge Desjardins, Diane White, president, and Sally Paradis. Missing from photo are Sue Ege and Joyce M.D. Wood. Checks may be mailed to: PO Box 94, Raymond, NH 03077, or call Diana at 603-895-9777. Your donation is fully tax-deductible and will be acknowledged.

(CTN photo by Larry Kennedy)

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