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December 6, 2012

Sandown Food Pantry needs donations for the holiday

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Santa welcomes

Fluffy and Spot in Derry

DERRY — Handel With Care Veterinary Hospital welcomes Santa Claus tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the facility, 33 Crystal Ave.

Pets can have their photos taken with Santa.

Proceeds will benefit Toys for Tots and the Manchester Animal Shelter.

Kids, celebrate

the season in Sandown

SANDOWN — Children 9 and older are invited to Sandown Public Library tomorrow to make Christmas cupcakes with Miss Jen.

The event will be held in the meeting room from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Participants will make a candy treat to take home, too. Sign up today.

Youngsters can return to the library for a showing of “Arthur Christmas” from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

Meet Santa’s youngest son, Arthur, on an urgent mission that he must complete before Christmas morning, and answer the age old question of how Santa delivers all the presents in just one night.

The 97-minute movie is rated PG. The library will provide popcorn and Twizzlers.

Visit sandownlibrary.us/sandown.

Holiday raffle

has lots of prizes

KINGSTON — Still have shopping to do? The Friends of Kingston Community Library may have the solution.

The group is holding a holiday raffle and there is still time to buy tickets.

Items include jewelry, wood and metalwork, table runners, scarves, photography, paintings, gift certificates and more.

The raffle ends Dec. 19.

Tickets are $1 apiece, six for $5 or an arm’s length for $10. Choose the items you hope to win so you are only competing for specific prizes.

Go to the library at 56 Church St. Visit kingston-library.org for a full list of prizes.

Have breakfast

in E. Derry Sunday

EAST DERRY — First Parish Church, 47 E. Derry Road, serves up its Best Breakfast every Sunday now through May.

The menu includes eggs any style, omelets, bacon, sausauge, pancakes, beverages, home fries and muffins.

The cost is $6.50 for adults, $5.50 for children 12 and under and seniors 62 and up.

Call for information at 434-0628.

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