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Barnstead NH News

November 13, 2013

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Suncook Valley Sno-Riders

13th Annual Ham & Bean Supper

When: Saturday, November 16th from 5 to 7 p.m.

Cost:  $8.00 Adult

$4.50 ages 6 to 12

Free ages 5 and under

Where:  Barnstead Parade Fire Department

305 Parade Road

Barnstead, NH  03218

Meal:  Ham, Variety of Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Roll, Drink & lots of Desserts.

Attending the dinner also gives you the opportunity to win one of our 3 frozen turkeys that we give away.



Constitution 101 Class Offered In Alton


Beginning on Nov. 16, from 10:00 am – 11:00 am, Rep. Jane Cormier, Belknap District 8, will lead a group class and discussion on “Constitution 101”.  This course, “The Meaning and History of the Constitution” is a 10 part presentation by Hillsdale College.  Rep. Jane Cormier will moderate the classes and discussion, which will include a video and study guide discussion.


“This is an opportunity to educate ourselves and others with regard to the remarkable founding document of our Republic.  This course will be easy to understand, for all ages to enjoy.  Hopefully, many will take advantage of this opportunity to learn not only about the making of our Constitution, but also to discuss our struggle to preserve and govern under our founding document,” says Rep. Cormier.


“Constitution 101” is free of charge and will be held weekly downstairs at the Gilman Library in Alton, NH.  For more information, contact Rep. Jane Cormier at (603)781 5695.



Letter To The Editor

Veterans Day


To the Editor:

The members of the Earl B. Clark American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 42 of Barnstead, NH would like to express our sincere appreciation for the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.


Thank you for serving this great country. Thank you for protecting us. Thank you for the security we have and feel here at home. We know you sacrificed much for your country and all of us. And though you may no longer wear the uniform, we know you’re always on call to serve and protect the freedom and security of the United States of America.


Thank you to all who have so bravely protected us. American Legion Auxiliary members have dedicated themselves for nearly a century to meeting the needs of our nation’s veterans, military and their families both here and abroad. They volunteer millions of hours yearly, with a value of nearly $2 billion. As part of the world’s largest women’s patriotic service organization, Auxiliary volunteers across the country also step up to honor veterans and military through annual scholarships and with ALA Girls State programs, teaching high school juniors to be leaders grounded in patriotism and Americanism. To learn more about the Auxiliary’s mission or to volunteer, donate or join, visit



NH State Grange as Legislator of the Year

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Representative Guy Comtois of Barnstead was recognized by the NH State Grange as Legislator of the Year for his outstanding service to his constituents and to the New Hampshire Agriculture community.  The award was presented to him by the Chair of the Environmental and Agriculture Committee Representative Sara Tad (D-Walpole) and Representative Robert Haefner (R-Hudson).  He was recognized for his work on HB1402 and also for his continued commitment to NH Agriculture.


The New Hampshire Grange was started in 1897 with an agricultural background, and was the first organization to give women an equal vote with men that same year.  The grange has transformed from its original roots among the farming community to become a modern organization that includes everyone interested in rural concerns.  There are now 75 granges across the state.  For more information on the grange please visit their website: 








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