New Hampshire Club Notes
BETHLEHEM - The Bethlehem Fire Department Auxiliary, a nonprofit organization that raises money to help the Bethlehem Fire Department and Emergency Services, is planning its annual fundraiser, a "Tiffany Tea."
The tea is set for Sunday, May 19, at the Maplewood Country Club.
In addition to teas, the event will offer petite sandwiches, scones, pastries and jams, along with musical accompaniment. A children's menu will be available. Door prizes and a special prize for most beautiful hat also are planned.
Tickets are $15, and space is limited. For a reservation, call 381-5331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bow Garden Club offers annual scholarship
BOW - The deadline for Bow High School seniors to apply for the Bow Garden Club's $500 scholarship is Monday, April 15.
The club says it offers this scholarship money each year to provide a graduating senior with some financial assistance for items such as textbooks as the student enters college, ideally in pursuit of a degree in any of the related fields of conservation, environmental services, forestry or plant sciences.
Application forms are available in the high school guidance office and online at www.bownet.org.
For more information, contact Jeanette Lizotte, club scholarship chairman, at email@example.com or 225-8217.
Winnipesaukee DAR to announce Good Citizens
WOLFEBORO - The Winnipesaukee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will have its DAR Good Citizens Award meeting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Wolfeboro Library. This is a change from the chapter's usual meeting on the second Saturday of the month.
Four area high school seniors are chosen to write essays on a specific title, which are read by a panel of judges. The winner will be announced and will receive an award at the meeting. Members, family and friends are welcome.
The gathering will start with opening ceremonies, then the awards and the guest speaker, who is David Knox, followed by a 30-minute recess for conversation, pictures and refreshments, after which the meeting will resume.
The award recognizes and rewards high school seniors who exemplify the qualities of a good citizen, which include dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. The program is open to seniors enrolled in accredited public or private secondary schools that are in good standing with their state boards of education. U.S. citizenship is not required.
For more information, contact Regent Nancy Ramos at 569-9362 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holistic Moms Network to host talk by herbalist
AMHERST - The Hillsborough County Chapter of the Holistic Moms Network will host a program by master herbalist Gineane Haberlin on "Ten Indispensable Herbs for Family Wellness" during its next meeting from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21, at the Spinal Corrective Center, 1 Overlook Drive.
Haberlin, owner of Haberlin's Herbals, will discuss the healing properties of the 10 herbs and how to prepare tinctures, teas, syrups, and salves. For more about Haberlin, go to www.haberlinsherbals.com.
The Holistic Moms Network is a nonprofit support and educational resource network for parents with an interest in natural health, holistic living and mindful parenting. The local chapter meets the third Thursday of the month, and the meetings are free. It also offers play groups, a national and local online community, money-saving co-ops and an e-newsletter.
For more information, call 540-2734 or email email@example.com or go to www.holisticmoms.org.
NH Parrot Head Club to meet next week
MANCHESTER - The New Hampshire Parrot Head Club will have its monthly meeting and social at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Jokers Bar & Bistro, 1279 S. Willow St.
The club is one of 200 nonprofit Parrot Head clubs whose purpose is to assist community and environmental concerns and to provide a variety of social activities for fans of singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett and the tropical lifestyle and attitude he personifies.
NHPHC supports the efforts of several local and national charities. For more information, go to www.nhphc.com or www.phip.com.
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