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Gilmanton NH News

September 14, 2016

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Gilmanton Food Pantry & Thrift Shop News


Children are back to school and the Gilmanton Thrift Shop is featuring a 50% off sale on all children’s clothing and accessories during the month of September.


In addition, fall and winter clothing will also be available starting September 19.  Note that October 3rd will be the last day that we will be open on Monday.  Wednesday and Saturday hours will remain the same.


The Director and volunteers at the Food Pantry and Thrift Shop extend a heartfelt thank you to Pastor Chris and the anonymous person or persons who have kept our lawn mowed this summer.  It is not always easy to transport one’s lawnmower to the site and this act of kindness is most appreciated.


The Food Pantry welcomes donations which may include cash, unexpired food items and gently worn clothing and accessories in good condition. In addition, the Thrift Shop is always seeking new volunteers.  Two hours on a Wednesday or Saturday afternoon.  If you have a couple of hours a month to spare and enjoy meeting people, please contact Barbara Reed, Volunteer Coordinator at 556-9449.


Gilmanton Food Pantry & Thrift Shop is an outreach program of the Gilmanton Community Church.  Visit us on Facebook at: and we thank you for your patronage and support.


Hours: Monday, 1-4 pm, Wednesday, 3-6 pm and Saturday, 10 am-2 pm.


Telephone:  603-364-0114.


Location:  1817 Route 140, Gilmanton Iron Works.


Parking & Entrance:  Church Parking Lot.  Mailing Address:  Post Office Box 16, Gilmanton, N. H. 03237.



Letter To The Editor

Keeping Taxes Low Can Cost us More!


Dear Editor,

Frugality is a value of mine, and I don’t like spending money unless it is completely necessary.  But there are times to spend money so it does cost us more money in the future.  The example is when we properly maintain a car today, it will prevent major repairs in the future.  It’s true, I don’t have to spend the money, but I choose to spend it because I know in the long run it will be more cost effective.  This example also relates our local government and how we choose to invest our resources.


I don’t like paying more taxes than I need to, and I want to keep our taxes as low.   But there are times we need to spend money today to ensure it will not cost us more in the future.   Sometimes we can get so “principled” that we lose the bigger picture. 


In the process of electing our next Belknap Country Commissioner it will be important that we look for a candidate the can see the future, and help make decisions for us, who tax payer, to keep our taxes low for the long term and not just for an election cycle. 


Glen Waring who is running for Country Commissioner is one whom I believe has the character, experience and the foresight to work collaboratively to find solutions for Belknap County that will not only be good for the tax payer today, but are solutions that will be good for my children, who will be the tax payers in the future. 


All the Best,

Mark Warren

Gilmanton, NH






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