thinking about enrolling your child in preschool this fall? Are you
looking for a place where your child can make friends, learn in a
program that encompasses all learning styles and abilities? Do you
want your child to go to school at a place where children are
allowed to express their normal curiosity while being stimulated and
learning new skills? Now is the time to take action!
Center School in Northwood is currently accepting registrations for
the 2013-2014 school year. There are only a few openings left in our
Monday/Wednesday/Friday class at this time. We also have openings
in our Tuesday/Thursday class as well. Or, if you are interested,
your child could come all five mornings!
Center School is a parent cooperative preschool located next to the
Town Hall in Northwood, which provides a developmental program for
three, four, and five year olds of Northwood and surrounding towns.
Call or email us soon to find out about the school or to get an
information packet! For information, please email our director,
Karen Andersen at
[email protected] or call her at the school at
quickly! School starts the first week of September.
dogs. What I don’t like are dog owners who think that my, or anyone
else’s property, is a public bathroom for their dog. I am tired of
picking up other people’s dog waste several times a week from my
front lawn. For those who are unaware, or most likely just don’t
care, NH RSA 466:31 II (c) states: “A dog is considered a nuisance
if it digs, scratches, or excretes, or causes waste or garbage to be
scattered on property other than its owner’s.” Fines range from $50
for a first offense to $100 for subsequent offenses.
now on instead of yelling at a neighbor, which I did last Sunday
night, and for which I’m sorry, I’m just going to call the Northwood
Police and let them handle the situation. Maybe then dog owners
will get the message, “Pick up after your dog and we’ll all just get
watched a TED Talk earlier this year, I was excited to hear Larry
Lessig talk about a reform that would make all the other reforms
possible, the reforms many of us are desperate for, including
dealing with climate change and our widening inequality of income.
You can watch the video at
sure then that joining with others who believed in Granny D’s
mission for campaign finance reform as a board member for the
Coalition for Open Democracy was an excellent choice for this
volunteer who wants to make a difference for my children and
grandchildren, and yours.
is the author of Republic, Lost: How Money Corrupts Congress–and a
Plan to Stop It and One Way Forward: The Outsider’s Guide to Fixing
the Republic. He is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and
Leadership at Harvard Law School, and the Director of the Edmond J.
Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University. In 2008, Lessig
founded Rootstrikers, an organization of activists campaigning
against the corrupting influence of money in politics.
the Coalition invite you to hear more from Professor Lessig on
Friday, September 6, at the IBEW Hall, 48 Airport Road, Concord from
6:00 to 8:00 pm. A lasagna dinner will be served. Tickets are $30.
More information can be found at our website events page at
to find out why this reform is so desperately needed.