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December 9, 2012

Tenney student is artist of the month in Methuen


Residents can take a “wish” from the Christmas tree at Town Hall and purchase that gift — toys or clothing — for a child. The gift can then be dropped off at Town Hall. Anyone who is unable to stop off at Town Hall to pick a wish, can call the Human Services office and request will be provided over the phone.

Gift cards are also needed to help provide turkeys for Christmas dinners.

To help, call Ellen at Human Services, 642-3342, Ext. 5, or go to kingstonhs@comcast.net.

Business seminar in Windham Thursday

WINDHAM – Leon Parker, principal broker for New Hampshire Business Sales, will lead a free seminar on preparing a business for sale.

The seminar is 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Searles School & Chapel, 3 Chapel Road. Register online at windham-nh.com or RSVP Laura Scott at lscott@windhamnewhampshire.com or 432-3806.

Windham Community Development and the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce are sponsors.

Rabbi to speak

in Haverhill Dec. 16

HAVERHILL - Community Christian Fellowship Haverhill will present a talk by Rabbi Mitch Forman of Chosen People Ministries Sunday, Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. This event is free and open to the public and will be held at 358 Washington St. More information is available by calling 978-912-7616. Visit online at ccfhaverhill.com.

Art fundraiser on tap

HAVERHILL - The Haverhill Cultural Council is putting out a call to artists for non-traditional and three-dimensional artwork to be displayed at its “Freak Out” fundraiser, Jan. 26, at the Chit Chat Lounge in downtown Haverhill. Three-dimensional works including sculptures and wall art will be accepted. Framed work or traditional two-dimensional work, including paintings and photographs, will not be accepted. Size of art may affect eligibility as well as the venue is not large. There is no entry fee and the work will be juried by established artists and members of the Haverhill Cultural Council. Artists are limited to three entries. This is a one-day event so artists need to arrange to pick up work same evening as event. Pieces can be sold at this event with a portion of the sale going to the Haverhill Cultural Council. “Off the Wall” will be running in conjunction with the “Freak Out” fundraiser, which will feature music by local musicians on the first floor of the Chit Chat. The art exhibit is on the second level. Interested artists are invited to submit photos of their work along with an artist’s statement to the Haverhill Cultural Council digitally. Deadline for submission is Dec. 31, and a final decision will made by Jan. 7. Applications can be sent to: Haverhill Cultural Council, 10 Welcome St., Haverhill, MA 01830. More information is available by calling 978-374-4500, ext. 31 or by email to fbhaverhillculturalcouncil@gmail.com.

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