Scavenger Hunt!

Scavenger Hunt! Mother’s Day Weekend May 8&9. Hunt in whatever town you live in and any time over the weekend! All you need is a smart phone or camera. Registration is $25 per team of two or per household. Proceeds to benefit Zebra Crossings. Register at https://www.zebra-crossings.org/ in the program calendar.

Dover Pride Cleanup Day

Volunteers needed for Dover Pride Cleanup Day on Saturday, May 15, 8am-12pm. Register to volunteer to help at https://dovermainstreet.org/ or come to the registration table at the Cocheco Mill courtyard on that Saturday morning where they will get you signed in and dispatch you to one of the sites. Bring your home gardening tools if you can! This is a rain or shine event, so please come prepared.

An Evening of Poetry

An Evening of Poetry for everyone who entered our 19th Annual Poetry Contest. They’re invited to read their work on Monday, May 24 at 6:30pm. The public is encouraged to attend. This program will take place on the Dover Public Library lawn and is weather dependent.

30th Annual Souhegan Valley Golf Classic

30th Annual Souhegan Valley Golf Classic

Thursday, June 10th, 2021
8:30 am Shotgun Start (rain or shine)
Registration begins at 7:30
Driving Range opens at 6:30
Amherst Country Club
72 Ponemah Road, Amherst, New Hampshire

Proceeds to benefit Opportunity Networks, a local non-profit located in Amherst  working with the disabled in our community. 

A day filled with great food, great golf, and a Live Dinner Auction at the end of the day. If you have any questions, please call Amanda Morse at 603-883-4402 or email amorse@opportunitynetworks.org.

 

Lecture Details Dunbar Battle Soldier’s Journey to America

Lecture Details Dunbar Battle Soldier’s Journey to America

 

South Berwick, Maine- Old Berwick Historical Society will present an online lecture on Thursday, April 22, at 7:30pm titled, “Involuntary Americans: Scottish Prisoners in Early Colonial Maine”. Dr. Carol Gardner will detail the lives of some of Maine’s earliest settlers: prisoners of war who were sent to Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts against their will in 1650-1651. As forced laborers and later as free men, these solders left their marks on early New England society. Evidence of their existence is with us still. Dr. Gardener’s recently published narrative history of the same title chronicles the life and times of Scottish foot soldier Thomas Doughty, who was captured at the Battle of Dunbar, shipped to Boston, sold to a Puritan industrialist in New Hampshire, and eventually established his own milling operation on the Saco River in Maine.

 

Participants can register for the online lecture on the Old Berwick Historical Society’s website. Admission is free to members, with a $5 suggested donation for non-members. The lecture is open to the public.

 

Carol Gardner has more than 30 years’ experience as a writer, journalist and communicator. She earned a Ph.D. in English from Johns Hopkins University, taught at The Johns Hopkins, Wake Forest, and Florida State Universities, and has published both fiction and nonfiction pieces in a wide variety of books and periodicals, including the World of Baseball series, BluePlanet Quarterly, Northwest Review, Baltimore Review, Potomac Review, The Women’s Review of Books, Portland Press Herald, and The Washington Post. She is a past winner of a Maryland Individual Artists Award. Her latest work is a narrative history on life in early New England: The Involuntary American: A Scottish Prisoner’s Journey to the New World. She lives in Alna, Maine.

 

The Counting House Museum is now open to the public by appointment. The Old Berwick Historical Society’s 2021 lectures are generously sponsored by Kennebunk Savings and supported by historical society members and donors. More information is available by calling 207-384-0000 or at  www.oldberwick.org.

Cornerstone VNA Expands

Cornerstone VNA Expands to Serve Southern NH Seacoast Towns

 

Cornerstone VNA, a local nonprofit health care provider, is proud to announce the expansion of its service area to include the Seacoast towns of Stratham, Hampton, North Hampton, Hampton Falls and Seabrook. With the addition of these five communities, Cornerstone VNA now offers home care, hospice, palliative, private duty and community services to over 40 towns in New Hampshire and Maine. According to the organization’s leadership, the expansion meets the demand of local health care providers who wanted to offer additional home care service options to their patients. It also addresses the growing needs of the aging population in the area.

 

The Team at Cornerstone VNA offers specialized care at home and advanced technology to provide highly skilled nursing, rehabilitative therapies, social work, personal care and more to patients of all ages. Cornerstone VNA provides a full range of services through its five distinct programs including Home Care, Hospice Care, Palliative Care, Life Care-Private Duty, and Community Care. These services are designed to improve the quality of life for patients and to help them live safely and independently in the comfort of their home.

 

According to Cornerstone VNA President/CEO, Julie Reynolds, RN, MS, “Over the years, there has been a significant increase in demand for our services, and we are excited to welcome these new towns to our service area.” She adds, “Many people want to remain at home as long as possible, and I am grateful to our team who provide such wonderful care and support to help our patients, families and caregivers achieve this goal.”

 

In addition to the programs offered by Cornerstone VNA, residents in these five towns will now have access to free educational programming, volunteer companion services, and family caregiver support. Also, the expanded Palliative Care program at Cornerstone VNA now includes a physician and several nurse practitioners who provide expert care and symptom management to patients living with chronic illnesses. Through an innovative and award-winning Telehealth program, Cornerstone VNA is pleased to offer remote monitoring to high-risk patients, which improves quality of life and reduces the number of emergency room visits and re-hospitalizations.

 

According to Jennifer Gullison RN, MSN, Vice President of Operations, “To meet the needs of our local referral sources, we are proud to expand to include additional Seacoast area communities! By expanding our service area, these communities can benefit from Cornerstone VNA’s expert care for individuals of all ages.”

 

To learn more about Cornerstone VNA, visit www.cornerstonevna.org.

 

Cornerstone VNA is a nonprofit organization currently serving Rockingham, Strafford, Belknap and Carroll Counties in New Hampshire and York County in Maine. The team at Cornerstone VNA provides award-winning care and support through five distinct programs: Home Care, Hospice Care, Palliative Care, Life Care-Private Duty and Community Care. For 108 years, Cornerstone VNA has been committed to bringing services to people of all ages so that families can stay together at home, even when facing the challenges of aging, surgical recovery, chronic or life-threatening illnesses or end-of-life care. To learn more about Cornerstone VNA, visit www.cornerstonevna.org or call 800-691-1133.

Volunteers Needed

Looking for volunteers for Exeter Area Chamber Golf Tournament on Friday, May 21, 2021 at 9:00am- at Apple Hill Golf Club, East Kingston. Not a golfer? Help us put on a great event! We have a number of opportunities to volunteer during the event. Email Kim, Director of Events & Marketing, at kim@exeterarea.org to learn more.

Children’s Museum of New Hampshire Car or Cash Raffle

Children’s Museum of New Hampshire Car or Cash Raffle. Tickets on Sale Now through noontime Thursday June 24th. Only 725 tickets available for purchase for $100. The winner can choose between $25,000 towards a new Nissan of your choice from Port City Nissan ~ or $20,000 cash! To purchase tickets, visit www.childrens-museum.org. Winning ticket will be drawn on June 24th as well.

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